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

. rv Is now in full SWING, and we ask the atttention M STATION OWNERS and SHEARERS to the fact that we have a full and assorted atock of all supplies for this season. Whether for the Station or the Hut. Our prices are right and the quality ; of of our goods is known throughout the district. . GROCERIES include all that is required, good iresh ' and clean, SIMPLEX BALE FASTENERS. VACMARR BRANDING FLUID. r LITTLE^, THOMAS1 and MORTON'S DIP. TWINE, BRANDING INK, and all Hut utensil8 and requirements. " ' ' '*"? ' : ' ?? " ' '' ' ' .. ' " PATENT MEDICINES and CHEMISTS SUNDRIES. ^ . ' ' We are, making a special line of these goods, including the Famous OZONIA " First aid cures, also the great | Cough and Cold Cure, WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP ' ;j ; . ' ? ' .. . * . I which is the best thing that we know of for cold. The price, I is l« 6d per large bottle. ^ ^ ; ' TRY IT. . ?? J. G. CHESS WAS -/ .: . . THE LEADING MERCHANT. -- { 'PHONE 7. BELL'STREET. Autumn and Winter Catalog Satislaetiosi i...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF CROWN LANDS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

SALE OF. CKOWN LANDS A sale of Grown lands was held' jat the courthouse, Penshurst, on Tubs day, under the supervision of Mr Burgess, lands officer, the auctioneers being Messrs John Fenton and Oo All" the lots offered were sold at. the upset price, except Lot 3, which brought £45 Particulars^ the sale are as follow:-Town lots, Pens-* hurst, parish of Yaiimba, county of Villiers : On Caramut road-Upset price £32 10s per lot: Lot li area 2r 7p, allotment 6, section 52-J| G Chesswas; Lot 2, area 2r 5 p, allots ment 7, section 52- T Or Chesswas The old police site-Upset price £40 per lot: Lot 3, area 2r, allotment8, section 30-T Ewing, £45 Upset price £70 pel lot: Lot 4, area1 la, allotments, 9 and 10, section 20-G T Ewing Country lot, parish of Cflon leigh, county of Villiers The V ol|| ;shire :hall site-Upset . price £2 j-Ws per lot: Lot 5, area 2r, allotment! lb, section 7-F. J Hodges. !

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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DEATH OF MR R. BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

1 DEATH OF The death occurred at the Hamil ton Hospital on Wednesday of Mj Bichard Barnes, of penshursi, at the age of 6$ years. Tbe deceased gen tleman was a native of South Aus tralia, and had resided in Penshutefe for the past 55 years. He took an active interest in everything pertain ing to the welfare of the town and diBtricfc, and was a fine pnblic-epirit ed man. He was one of the founders and first president of the Agricul tural Society, a trustee of both the race course and recreation reserves, and for six years was a councillor in the Penshurst Biding of the Shire of Mount. Bouse, a position he relinquished in August, 1914. He was also one of those to whose work the Penshurftt Butter Factory owes its exiefcance. The members of'the Boxing Day Race Club regarded him as the father of that club, and the paternal interest he always displayed in its progress made him fully de serving of the title. Indeed, most of his energies later in life were spent in working out the betterment...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. Sermons on behalf of the Hospital* will be delivered on Sunday next at. Presbyterian Church but the'Hospital collection will not be taken until th& Sunday following October 31st which, date will be observed algo as Young; People's Day. Special addresses. . w lib be given by the Rev. R F Parry.

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A Mother's D[?]ry. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 October 1915

. to conditions ^hielKiuV qu itovb-Kvftif (i her control. Uor back M;eJ only- be turned for a moment when mo t hing happens. Her child has fuiieirdou-n .. and.received a cut ov. bruise or some other injury, or may. ev.cn have bee;i burnt or, scalded. Perhaps it has eat'cii unripe ;fi/uit. or has sot ^vef :v.d ? become feverish, or --it mav bo suffering great pain from toothache; earache, or chilblains, whilst the doctor may be miles away or engaged upon some more serious case.- Alone . without suitable remedy is a dreadf:;] predicament fo^the poNo;ynotber;-j..*vn<! * yet to-day-.there need be no cause Eor alarm whatever, owiiiu' to the advent of-the wonderful . - , , OZONIA FIRST-AID OUTFITS. - ;? *vhich not only contain- a supply of, the Greatest External and Internal" Remedy. "Ozonin," but also a,pnek-i I iage of lint, -1,2.yards of bandaging,,, a roll of adhesive plaster. a: 6d., packet of corn silk, and a quantity of". r"| safety -pins,, besides fuil> instructions^...

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

I Stewart's "Hi® Original .6TEWJ^RT, Edinburgh F@ynd@d 1779. A STRAIGHT TIF " DRIWKiSTEWAHTS 1 V TRY On the co^nes*. FOR DAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. MAGNIiR1® 73k * Pur© Freaclt ^ M OV r ? V Cognac $£? :M. HYSLOP L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST, "aPel. 172. Thorold Buildings liomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Peixshurst fortnightly, and .amy, be consulted from 10 ain. to p.m. at Richie's hotel, on ' . ' ' - " ' .. . //Monday, October1 >!8th 1915. ; MARTIN STREET, PJBNSHUKST. GENERAL BVTCH3BH',:..': ' ?, and EAKjEK. Hotkls AND FAMILIES WAITED ON Dah/> .-r .',-FoU' 3_;j EAD DuLIVJir.IL>. ' ' T ?> s:<I T> Central Blacksmith & Coacbimiider. Wassotis nud Bugaics of ali descriptions fcuiit to order. CoacD . Crimmism done on tfte premises. Phone 27. Pensl)^sth Horee. .Shoeing a Specialty. A .' ' . . ,r " SPECIALIST IN "ACQUIRED DlSEiSg/-; Pi-. LEGER EgSpM/ ' '? :157 Collins Street... . . .. HOURS: 11 A.M.; 2 TO 4, 7 TO 8 Pil TEL. 3410 ...

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A Mother's Duty. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

It has often been , said that . a mother's work is never ^one^. It . equally true t!ra| a nrotl^p^^xietv ' about , the ^hii|3ren i» never relaxed. This is jl«]fg^l;Vj^bwiug. to Conditions which a-y qu]to;iJ^\vo:-d her control. Her back, need-qnl.v be turned for a moment Ayhen'R'omHitinjr happens. Iler child jins'f.aljen1 down and-received a cut or brn'ise ;orisonte other injury, or.may even have*bec> burnt pr scalded. Perhaps it han eaten unripe fruit, or lnis <^ot wr{- ;r*d become .feverish, or it m;;v le suffering,great pain from toothache, earache, or;' 'chilblains.^-..whilst, tuo doctor may be miles away :or engaged upon same more serious-case. Alope without suitable remedy; is. a'dreadful predicament for the poor mother, and yet to-day there need be no cair-^ f >r alarm whatever owir-^ to the advent of the wonderful ^ ' OZONIA FIRST-AID OUTFITS.v which not only contain .a, supply of1 .the Greatest External and Internal Remedy. "Ozonia," bnt also a pack age of l...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Afc the Presbyterian Church on Sunday next the Rev. R F Parry will address the young people. The day is also being observed as Hospital Sunday and special collections will also be takun up for that purpose.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

A STRAIGHT TIP " DRINKI8TEWARTS! " Whisky TRY -i " l - On the corner FOR DAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. MAGiNIER'B > . Pm® FnoA Gnpm. . . ' .BRANDY Cognac K L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST, ' Tel. 172, TJiorold Bnildmgs lximson Street, . RAMIL T O N . Wili^ visit>- Pe!>9h«ryt fortnightly, and ' .way be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at' Richie's hotel, on -''^.Monday. November 2nd 1015,, MARTIN STREET, PENSHURSTi .K OLLE ? G-EHEKAIi B'ffTCHEB,, ftiid 33&!iOE*!E&> ,-UOTKL8 AND FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY -Foit JjlitfAI) DKLIVEKIUS. 'J' .! . > 1.1 ^ N ' H. E. EDLICH, General Btacksmitb $ CoacDOuiftkr. Waggons' asid Buaaies or all descrtirtiojis Diiiit fo-orctenv Coac'D done-on tS)? premises, . Phone 27. Penshurst, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.' . A Legally-Binding Guarantee Given to CURE YOUR RHEUMATISM r?\\ % pwp| ' SCIATBOA, LUMBAGO or NEURALGIA, or RETURN * YOUR MONEY "M ' One -Month's Treatment Only 5/6 ?illsf Wrighfs Rheumatic Remedy...

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AUSTRALIAN WAR CENSUS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

AUSTRALIAN WAR CENSUS. . In a second progress report on the tabulating of the personal cards re lating to the war census it is shown that out of 978,070 males 617,975, or 65.8 percent, are fit, 304,789 doubt ful, and 55,306 unfit.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

Is now in full SWING, and we ask the atttention of STATION OWNERS and SHEARERS to the " fact that we have a full and assorted stock of all supplies for thi,s season. Whether for the Station or the Hut. « , : Our prices are right and the quality of of our goods is known throughout the district. GKOC ERIES include, all that is required, good, iresh and clean. ?'' . SIMPLEX BALE FASTENERS. V ACM ARK BRANDING FLUID. LlTTLEs, THOMAS' s»d MORTON'S DIP. ' " TWINE, BRANDING INK, and 'all Hut ute.isiU and requirements. dATENT MEDICINES and , ' - CHEMIST'S SUNDRIES. : v. ' We are making a special line,of these goods;, including the Famous " OZONIA " First , aid cures, also the great Oough and Cold Cure, WHITE 'PINE COUGH SYRUP which is the best thing that we know of for cold. The price 8 Is Gd per large bottle, TRY IT. J. G. THE LEADING MERCHANT. - TFIONE 7. BELL STREET. / ^ fASM 4 c,mm DiMMtrrs MODEL STORES KNLWtf SWTION .RICHMOND .ViC Write to-day -for Autumn and Winter Catalog . Satisfacti...

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SNAKE BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

SNAKE BITE. On Tuesday morning last when loading wood near Banemoor estate, Mr. W. Evans was bitten on the finger by a snake. After tying the finger up tightly, Mr. Evans came on to Penshurst where, in the absence of Dr. Reid, Mr. E. C. Stephens at tended to the wound. Dr. Reid also treated Mr. Evans, who felt no ill effects from his adventure. Mr. Evans desires to thank Mr. Stephens for his timely aid in the abaence pf professional assistance. '

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IN MEMORIAM. TRIBURE TO LATE MR. R. BARNES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

IN MEMOBIAM. TRIBURE TO LATE MR. R. BARNES. A boyhood friend of the Jate R. Barnes has forwav led the follow ing sentiment as a tribute to the memory of one of whom everone'sy report ^as good. ' A friend of boyhood's years has gon», I ne'er will look his face-upon On this side of the bar. But when this life on earth is o'er, We'll meet upon that heav'nly shore,. Which will-be better far. ' Fond memory rushes through my brain, . - I dream that we are boys again. Ah. happy then were we. How oft we wandered to the Drop, And there have climbed the mountain-top He never more will gee. And other pastimes vre have had, v For then our hearts were always glad, , And youth was on our sid«v * , Rut they will come. no. never more; It pleasant is con them o'er, As down life's stream I glide. Dedr comrade of the days gone by ' Our friend is in Eternity, Whither -we all must go. ? For age is creepiner on apace, And when we reach that blissful place, Each other we shall know.

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PENSHFRST LODGE, 233. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

PENSHFRST LODGE, 233. The installation of. Bro. Thomas Powell, W.M. elect, and the investit-' ure of the appaiuted "officers of the Penshorst Lodge of Free masons attracted a large number of visitors on Tuesday night last. The Grand Lodge of Victoria was repre sented by-Bro A. H. Bowtnan, P.J G. W., from G^eloug, and other Grand Lodge officers present were Bros A W Linnek'^r. T" W. Holmes, F. TJren, aod I H Short. The visitors inclrd d Wor Bro M M'Ledd and brethern of Mount 'Sturgeop Lodge, Dunk* ld ;; jWor, Bro A Searby and. hivth'ern of Grange Lodge, Hamilton, and visiting brethern from Coleraine, Geelong-, Ballan, and Ballarat Lodges. Follow ing were the officers installed and in vested :-W M, Bro T Powell; T P M Bro D M'Nee ; S W, Bro J G Ohess was 3 W, Bro I) Greig; secretary, Bro W .Tames ' L <r;infr; treasurer.^ Bro.K Powling; DC, Bro E 0 Ste phens ; S D, Bro E Iiierce ; J D, Bro A M'Pheraon ; I G, Bro SCott rill ; tyler, Bro D Cooper; stewards, Bros B Edwards and ...

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THERE'S SOME CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

THERE'S SOME CAUSB. When there is a tickling in the. throat yon may rest assured there is some cause, probably inflammation. Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy at once and you will realise its quick, soothing and healing influence. Not oqly does Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy reduce the inflammation but it also strengthens the throat, making it stronger and more able to resist dig* ease Sold by J G Chess was, Pens* hurst.

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DON'T TRIFLE WITH IT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

DON'T TRIPLE WITH IT. Do not fail to keep a bottle of Cham berlain's Colic and Dirrhoaa Bemedy on hand during the summer, for bowel complaint is always prevalent diiring fcbie hot mon ths and is- too; dangerous to be trifled' with. ThiB is especially true when the young children are at tacked with it A dose or two of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy will place the trouble within control and perhaps a life. It has never bee# known to fail even in the severest cases and i;s cost is not beyond anyone Sold by J G Chess'was, Penshursfc. '

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CHARGE OF OBSCENITY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

CHARGE OF OBSCENITY! At the Penshurst police court on Thursday, before Messrs J. G. Chess was and T. Leahy, J'sP., Joseph Ryan was charged with haxing used obscene language on 8th October. Constable Kierce was informant, and Mr Ewen Cameron appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. All witnessse were ordered out of court at the re quest of Mr Cameron. Sydney Cottrill, plumber, residing at Penshurst, said that at about six o'clock on the evening of the 8th Oct ober, he was getting his mail from his box. Ryan was near by reading a newspaper. He said "Edwards is going to have another case when he comes back; Edwards in a and so is hit* partner and all his cob bers." Witness went for him and took him to the police station. Wit ness had not addressed a word to defendenfc To Mr Cameron : I don't know if Ryan was addressing me or Mr Walsh. I was among the people villified . Ed wards and Byan were mixed up in a case sometime ago, in which Edwards was informant, I have never threat ene...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

ILK NAPS at 'winton's We liare just opened a largo parcel of Silks of every description, including Tcs eore, Japanese, Fujis, Pailettes, TniT.ica;:. which we bought .-at very spRfcial Prioos and are offering tliem to you at prices that cannot be beaten. ... SSa-A.3E» 3L'. : 28 inches in Tussore Silk, fair quality; something special-10^ d yard. - 3E» 2 88 .inches Tussore Silk, wonderful values - Is 3d, Is 6d, Is 9d, Is lid, 1% 3d and 2a 6d yard. .? S3WA3P 3 . 27 inches Japanese Silk, first-grade, is 4£d In 9d, 2? 3d, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s6d and 3s lid yard. In white black and navy from Is ild yard. 27 inches Japanese Silks in faacy designs for Blousing, something dainty-2s 3d and 2s6dyaid. s 36 inches Spot Japanese Si ;ks wonderful value in light and dark grounds, 2s lid yard 271 iridBes ITuji Silk-the news Japanese Tussore-something special-2s 6d, 2s _. lid, and 3s 6d-yard. -7 . ,. ? 20 inch Merve Silk in cream and navy ' . Is lid yard. 39353 ^=E» S . 20 inches Pailette Silks in all the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age, S: BOL8 GIN V' WIS ANB VERY WHOLESOME. . ' ? BISTfLLEISY ESTJJOSHE® ©VEK S35 YEARS. The High Quality-Low Price MilL It's steel, all galvanised, internal geared, fitted with forged crank, positive brake, sensitive govern or. renewable bearings, and efficient lubrication. One customer has purchased 117 mills. Sccres have purchased 30 to 40. All give satisfaction. 6 ft Mill, weight 330 lbs. « £& 8 " " 420 " - 1 ;SS 10 " 526 " . £10 . Other Sizes in proportion. Towers from £4 Get Catalog. Pump*, piping, troughs, tanks, tank stands, ail accessories stocked. Our Expert will inspect site, quote prize, and erect if required. Order Now Before Prices Rise. Langwill Bros. & Davies [IS; 110 Sturt St., Princes Bridge, Melb. tfommotwwltbJfe JBank "Australia HEA1J OFFICE ©SYDNEY & Open for all General /Banking Business p;P"J?pai CITIES and TOWNS qf AUSTRALIA, and LONDON Cable remittance made to. and drafts drawn on foreign placea direc...

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SECOND RECRUITING WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 October 1915

SEjCONI)' IlEfORXJITIN'G% WEEK; Arrangements are being1 made.td hold a second Victorian re ruifcing campaign week about the middle of January.

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