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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

PENS HURST BOXING DAY EACH CLUB. * ANNUAL MEETING; # . , ' ' , . . , . MONDA,T, DECEMBER 2.1, 1916. ;; OFFICIAL PROGRAMME. 1 TRIAL HURDLE RACE, of 30 sovs, S sovs. out of sta-o to go to,second hovso. About. 2 miles. For all horses that havo never won a hurdle race of 15 sors. sr ovef.' Horses leaving' won a stake to the value of 14 sovs. to carry a penalty of 10 lbs, under that amount- 7 lbs penalty. Weights-8 years 9.10,years 10.1, 5, 6 and aged, 10.8. Allowances £or sex. Entrance 108; - , 2 MAIDEN PLATE, of 20 sovs. six., furlongs. Weight for age. Entrance 10B. . 3 HANDICAP STEEPLECHASE, of 100 sovs., second horse 10 sovs. and thiL'd iiorse 5 sovs. out of stake. About 2 miles. : Entrance 30s. .4 RAILWAY HANDICAP, of 100 BOV8., second horse 20 sovs, and third liorso 5 sovs. out of stake. l£ miles. Entrance, 30s. .5 HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 90 sovs., second horse 10 sovs., third horse 5 B0V5»; out oi stake. About 2 miles. En trance 20s. ' - 6 BRACELET STAKES, 6f 25 sovs., B iovs. ou...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

Stone Jars Oiify. . Straw Color from Age, IMmsSP 1 ffipK :«r . ? Kim AM® VEST WHOLESOME. __ ' DIST1LLEKY ESTABLISHES) 0¥EB *95 YEAH. MADIG-AK'S On -the cornfer1. FOR D APERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. MAGNIER3 '.5> Flora Fremdls. Gnqpo '."B RA NDY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded $779.. A STRAIGHT TIP ® " DRBNK|8T£WART8 I " §# f»@\ gri 1 Jf§ K' w w y l LOP L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST, Tel. 172. Tliorold Buildings t homsou Street, on. Wih visit Fenshurst' fortnightly, and, may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at.. Richie's hotel, on Monday. November 15tli 1915, MARTIN STREET, PE3STSHURST. ...-E.-OLLE. .... : . . .. 'GENERAL. BUTCHER, I and ' BASEE. tlOTKLS AND FAMITjIKS WAITED ON DAILY FOE BREAD Deliveries. Y; -i Telephone No. 22 o °<!^0 WINS MACHINES SswJag Klas&taie Pays fsr Sfssjf J ty fi fancy prSsa tor your fnastilnal BROS, sell direct to 70a at the lowest po» rice-pay freight to your station and ely guarantee thei...

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PENSHURST SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

PENSHURST SHOW. Scheldules are in circulation for the Penshurst Agricultural Show, and intending ; exhibitors are . reminded j that the ,dat>' of closing. of entries-. . 25th inst-is drawing near.' '

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THE Penshurst Sree Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1915 Local and General News DEATH OF TROTTING HORSE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

THE \ Peitsbuist 5i-ec press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1915 Local and General News . ? ????... 4-: DEATH OF TROTTING HORSE I Last Sunday < night Mr ? H. R. Clarke had the misfortune to.lose his trotting stallion Governor through i injuries received from barbed . wire i cuts. . ' ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

K Penshurst and District A. and P. Society !;; ANNUAL SHOW. PRIZE SCHEDULE Entrance Fee for Stallions.-Members, 2/6; non-Members, 5/-. Entry Fee for High Jump.-Members, 3/-; non-Members, 6/-. Other Entry Fees in this Sectibn-Members, 1/6; non-Members, 3/-. fllli" SECTION A.-HORSES! ; gfB:>Ali "prizes in this section, unless otherwise stated, are? First, £1/1/; 2nd, 10/6; 3rd, certificate. 1 . Stewards-J. Howard, T. Leahy, M. O'Leary, T. Tobin, A. Olle E, Olle, M. Colton. khf?'1. Draught Entire, any age. Draught Entire, 3 years. Draught Entire, 2 years. Draught,,Mare, dry; .any age. 6. Draught Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot. * 0;.?/.-/ 6. ^Draught Mare, dry, any age, for competitors residing within a radius of 15 miles of. Penshurst Post Office. jf$£? . 7." Draught M)are, visibly in foal or foal at foot. (Same f§^*" _ conditions as Ne. 6). * 8* Draught Filly or Gelding, 2 years. - . 4 Draught Filly, Colt or Gelding, one year. K 10. Heavy Delivery Horse. * 11V Best Dairyman'...

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BOLTING STEEDS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

BOLTING STEEDS. During last week two exciting bolts occurred in the township. On Tues day afternoon,--Mr R. O'Shannessy left his horse, and jinker standing in Bell street, when it made off. Mr C. Dean, seeing the conveyance turn into French street, attempted to atop the horse, and was awarded with » severe sprained ankle. The runaway was eventually captured nesu Mr Aitken's residence, after having negotiated the block without doing any damage. On Wednesday at noon Mr W. 0,Brien's pony, attached to an empty jinker was feeding in front of Mr W. D. Ross's farm in Stoneiield. lane, when something must have startled him, causing him to bolt down the lane towards Penshurst* On reaching the towri after having done three miles in what must have been very good time, the animal waff still going as if only just starting. When his ? progress was stopped . a little later, it was found that in spite of the rough road through Stonefield lane, no damage had been caused by the long run. . ...

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PATRIOTIC SUBSCBIPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

PATRIOTIC SUBSCB1PTIONS. The President of the Shire, Or J. G.^Chesswas, in the course of his report on his delegation to the Muni cipal Association's Conference in Mel bourne recently mentioned that the Lord Mayor had expressed a desire th&t all contribution# to the patriotic funds should go through the munici pal offices, where proper receipts Should be provided, thus bringing about a fcertaiu uniformity in the matter. The president considered as other shires would probably, take the suggested course, some action should i>e'taken'to follow with this lmfrove meftt. Cr Kelly moved that organi ser? of patriotic efforts in the district ;:be requested to forward balance sheets in conbedtion therewith to the Shire President. Gr MoffiUt beconded the motion, which was carried.

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HIBERNIAN BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

HIBERNIAN BALt. The annual ball, held under the auspices of the Penshurst H.A.C.BS. on Friday night last proved a most enjoyable function for those wh at tended. The event was Exceptionally well organised, Mr James Dftlton as secrfctary, having charge of-arrange ments. Decorating was most ffect ively earned out with the flags of the Allies, Irish emblems having predomi nence. The duties of M.C. were shared by Messrs W. M'Phee and S. .Phillips;, while good music was provide ed by Mr P. M'Gloin (violin) and Miss Dunbar (piano). A bountiful and daintily served supper . combined with all else in making the evening most enjopable one.

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PENSHURST BUTTER COY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

PENSHURST BUTTER COY. The thirty third ordinary gee era meeting of shareholders of the Pens hurst and District Butter ancl Cheese Ooy., Ltd., will'be held at the Mecha nics' Hall on Monday next, at 1.45 p.m. The balance sheets, vhich'have been received by shareholders, show during the drought season which would naturally hit hardest these in dustries' directly dependent on the land a deficit of oniy £73 15s for the ^alf-year: This is considered particu larly light when the conditions that then prevailed are taken into consid eration. Other more prominent fac tories have suffered more severely, and few have escaped so lightly. The shareholders of Penshurst company are fortunate in the choice of their management.

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TITLES OFFICE DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

TITLES OFFICE DILEMMA. Cr Kelly, at last "Wednesday's meeting of Mount Rouse Shire Coun cil, drew attention to » matter that might prove something of aconund . rum for the authorities in the future. Mr E. Huf .purchased land , from Mr. M'Intyre at Croxton East, and, ^acting on survey, moved his fence out thus taking in the council's drain on a new road, and leaving its width only 38 links, where. 100 links were shown in the plan. The Titles office upheld, the survey, grunting a transfer under the altered conditions. Cr Kelly said that while the tact was well known - tjiiit none of the fences in Croxton .vrero on.their right boundeiies, if the fences that, had been standing for the past 50 years were going to be gene, rally moved about, the council Vouid be . ery; much harrassed with regard to its roads and drains. In this par ticular instance, something would hare to be done to make the load its original widtlu He moved that the attention of the Oifice of Title* * be (|r; wn to the ...

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MALESIAN MISSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

, MALE SI AN MISSIONS. i Rev H. E. Withercotnbe, con nect p. ed with the missionary work of the H Church of England, delivered an in r teresting and to many an enlightening .f address accompanied by lantern elides, V) at All Saints'Church, Perishurst on Wednesday night. The church was A crowded and the gathering apprecia | tive. The work that is being per formed among the Malesian peoples ,;j was shown to be a work needing every | assistance, for which he strougly | appealed. .&? . '

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INVALIDED SOLDIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

^ - - - INVALIDED SOLDIERS. Acting Quarter-master Sergeant R. Hyde, foimerly of Penshurst, who has been in the trenches lor the past year has been invalided to Bristol Hospital suffering from deafness and dysentry. It is alao expected that Mr Greig's son Gordon, whose progress has been jeported as favorable, will also be seat ?either to Australia or England to re cuperate. Pm ate Eric "Waller "who had been in fchw trenches .for --two months before bting removed to the hospital suffering from enteric fever is now progressing favorably, his parents having received a cable to this effect.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

1L00K TO YOUR STOMACHS jlWhen the food" tea veir the stomach Jlthout having gone through the-' jwuiBite process, as happens in cases 1 JhidigeBtion; it is impossible for the "^"r to complete the work. There Oook to your stomach-strwigth and stimulate it to perform its i tions. There is no better inedi for this than Chambei Iain's Chamberlain' Tablets will j&aiise your~"K:on\ach of all undigested and restoro it to,a healthy condi tion. rfol<l bv J. G. .Chess was, Pei.s ' i Hi ii mill i ? I mi u ii hi «ii »I«I in $ _ ^ . , . / #.KNSHU tib r TKN N i8/ CLllli NND"4^-ME iST.i Is Of t>f 'th« above will y ^be'ii'efld in th« Engineer's Oltice,, . /Hall, uu W> dueaday, November 17th, uwrit'sis-A<lopt on of Iuilanue :Sh<*st-v uuuvof Officeis A"y other buMu««=6 ; D. G UElG. -. ; J5cc'r«it*rr. PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE Billiousness is caused by a sluggish torpid liver due r' o constipation or irregularity the flow of bile. J Chamberlain's' Tablet...

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EUCHRE AND CRIBBAGE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 13 November 1915

^ EUCHRE AND CRIBBAGE Euchre and cribbage tournaments .will take place in the MeGhanies' Hall to night, "when, from present indications, there will l>« a bumper ouee The local Cribbage' Glub ^ hai ignified its intention to be present |n fair numbers, and in this w»,pecfc he j^.iouiotorg deei^e th« devotees to sribbage u> bring their boards as hese are likely to be numerous, wo trophies are beit.g given-one or cribbage and one for euchre, and he cribbage trophy will probab'y be ecided by a teams' macch. Crib: e will b<» played on the stage, ^d euchre in the body of the hall

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PRICES OF OZONI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

PRICES' OF < OZONIA: 1 Goz. Bottle^' .1/6 'each'"'? I Quart Bottles ..v.. 7/6 each.'1' Outfits . z *2/6^ each. ^ i ^' ' Official Distributor j J. G. Cliesswas, General ^Store keeper, Bell-street, Penshurst. Printed ancl Published by., the Proprietor,: David Coopexy at .the- " Free Biesa '' V . Office,. Martin* fStreetjvPeiishurst. ^Vic-i tona. ,1,1/ , .'

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A Mother's [?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

It has oflei. inel'i :!mi a molher'i woik i-, d'»:u\ ' ]» -- c(|Mj]iy tniortlut ;i j*io;'u'/-'-. the wdfi.,.. >f 'w el .wli'o*; i~. n*\er ioLiM'!. 'V i, i-- j..'j'!'- ' .« . 'o (-o.ulil.io! <- v\ iiicii .I'V" '"if1 t > vn d lior < uiiti'oi. J [ci. b.'.'-3: '.'''yd ' »J ' e iaj-jiod Tor a lnonu^Jij vhon y.v; hi1 Aliens. Ilor fluid has I. ? \ i '<1 . .ir>d rcf'oivod a ctit' oi i^ni^c or '-"'rn'e utl^i' injury, oi :u.!v >" hno'b^oi i-niii.r or scalded. Perhaps ij hn-i eaten unripe fruu. or j-nL a d . ocowo feveri-h, of )i " ih.r. I e -lili'oiinjr great-pain fro:r> i< Mk-M oaivehe, or e'.dblri,>-«. v,}..!-! 4 ;'<. doctor mar be n:ik'-s';i ;V: y o, cn/a^cd upon some mo"e serious eas". 'Avy 'viihout suitaHo remed i-. a f1 JJ', n'rodicrunenl for ilie pod- m'dac^. uj d vet to-day there reed be Mo rn .. alarm whatever ovi ,u tt-- Ll.f, ad.i.-t of flip wonderful " " , OZONIA FIE ST-All) OUTFITS - which ,nofc, only contai...

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PENSHURST BUTTER COY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

PENSHURST BUTTER COY. The thirfcy-fchird ordinary general meeting of shareholders of the above company was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Monday last, the chairman of directors (Mr J G Chesswas) presid ing. The following directors'report was received on the motion of the chair man and Mr R Col Don, and adopted on the motion of the chairman and Mr T Tobin:-We have the honor to place before you the balance sheet, together, with statements of profit and loss duly audited, for the half year ending 80th September, 1915. The quantity of cream treated during the six months was 103,94:l£lbs, yielding 35,515^1bs of butter-fat. The quantity of cream to produce one pound of butter-fat was 2.9. The price paid to suppliers was at the rate of 20.18d per lb for cieam ; an average of 6.08d per lb for butter fat for the half-year. The but ter sales for the half-year were: Melbourne sales 16,512 lbs . local 23, 065 lbs. The balance to credit of profit and loss account we propose to carry forward, viz...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

H E. EDLTCFT, - ? ' 7 General BlacKsmitb 8 Coacbbuilder. Waaaoris and Busies or all descriptions built to order. Coacfc trimming done on tfce premises. Phone 27. Penshurst, Horse Shoeing a Specialty. MARK MORRIS, METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET, WORTH MELBOURNE, 51 WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSION AND EXPORT AGENT, RECEIVES CARCASES OF PORK, VEAL, AND BEEF FOR SALB.i Carriers Meet All Country Trains. i Consignments can be forwarded any day in the week. . X ? ? - ? « J SALES DAILY. -COLD STORAGE PLANT ON PREMISE& Account Sales Forwarded Every Tuesday. . '

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

Cottrill & Edwards, GENERAL PLUMBERS, TINSMITHS. AKE ?MILLWRIGHTS. . BELL STREET, PENSH'D;ESTP:V > " WINDMILLS ERECTED. HOT AND: COLD WATER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN' lACET-YL ENE Q-AS, ELECTRIC BELL FITTESS AND WELL DSILLEBS. . Cycles Repaired and all Requisites kept ih stock.. .. Tanks all sizes, best heavy orb Iron at city prices. \ J H.P. Taps and all garden requisites ?in stock. .. ,.:';s ; A Trial SolIcitecl. ; Agent for Bryan Bros5, Webb's and Alston's Windmills, Slacks tone Oil Engines. Ijile Insurance ;Co. ot' Australia, )ity Mutual Fire: Insurance'Co. N - - 'PHONE- 28. ^ ORDER BXX-i-ECT r2LOW THE MANUFACTURERS. % , . SAVE MIBDX.EMA1PS PROFIT; :> BRUCE & M'CLURE, PTY. LTD., 0:0:::^: -'. . v- ? >: ENGINEERS, WIMDMILLifiSAK-UFACIURERS, IRON, BRASS §& . '' x' VT." 1 WARRNAfSBGGL. -. ' AND f[v»7 . Next Edlicli's Blacks nihil SLop, ~ : . / ; * A First-Class PLUMBER'and WIND EXPERT is employed, ..jad Orders will be taken for WiridMlls, Motor Engines', P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT PENSHURST, THE BLOOD STALLION, DALESMAN. ALE SM A N is a beautiful Bay Horse JF with black points, standing 16 hands 2 utiles.high. By Adelong, from Lady iufus, by Rufus from Lady Hamlet, by Hamlet from a mare by Boatman, from Imogene by King \lfred, from Bcownie by Premier, from a mare by Deladre. Dalesman is the winner of several races, ^lso two first prizes at Penshurst Show, and secend at Hamilton Chnmnion Show. TVimiis i 3 3S ty Km paid when stinted, Guaranteed, £4 4s. Every care taken, but Ho responsibility. ApT,|v to R. HUSTLER PENSHURST. BEWARE OF A COLD Beware of a cold. When heglected you don't know what the end may be. If you fully realised the danger you would certainly give every cold the attention it deserves. As a quick relief in advanced cases and a preven tive in the first stages there is nothing equal vto Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Pneumonia never results from a cold when Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is taken. Sold by J. G. Chesswas, Penshurs...

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