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SHOW BOOTH[?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

SHOW BOOTHb, On Monday last the booths in con nection with the forthcoming Agricul tural and Pastoral Society's show were submitted for sale by Messrs O'Brien Bros., and realised the following prices .-Publican's booth, £11. Mr J ShakWs ; fruit stall, £1 10s, Mr T Terriil. The luncheon booth will be conducted by the members of the local Red Cross Society.

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

Shearing Season Is now in full SWING, and we ask the atttention of STATION OWNERS and SHEARERS to th® fact that we have a full and assorted stock of a* 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. ' i GHOCERIEB include all that is required, good tresjj =and clean. :V.,';v' j SIMPLEX BALE FASTENERS. | VACMAR K BRANDING FLUID. LITTLE^, THOMASVsnd MORTON S DIP< TWINE, BRANDING INK, and all Hut utenfeils .and' requirements.. _ A ri ENT MEDICINES and CHEMIST'S 'SUNDRIES. ' ^ We are makiilg a line of these- goods, including he. jfamw>s "OZONIA Firs 'cures, also the great Slough and Cold Cure, WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP Il'hich is the best thing t hat we know of for cold. The pric' Jl s 6d per large boltlo, : - j TRY IT ' ' ?? - J. G. CHESSWAS f __ THE LEADING MERCHANT. - / v.... ... . . : . v - .. - ./ - ; . - ???.; . 'PHONE 7. ' - ? BELL STREET. SPRING IS AT HAND Summer i...

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MAY SAVE A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

MAY SAVE A LIFE. r .. . * a Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is just what its name implies. For pains in the stomach and diarrhoea it lias no equal. During the summer months, when stone fruit is plentiful, and as often happens during a dry spell, good drinking water is hard to, obtain in country places, bowel complaints are- very pre, valent. You . cannot do better than keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and ' Diarrhoea Remedy always on hand. It will save much pain and suffering.and may even save a life. Sold by J. Gr. Chess was, Penshurst.

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PENSHURST TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

PENSHURST TENNIS CLUB* The annual meeting of,the a,bov& club was to have been held on Wed nesday night last, but the attendance was so small that the full business of the meeting could not. be proceeded with. The chair was occupied by the president, Mr D. Greig. The balance sheet for the year showed a credit balance of over <£3, and this was recei ved on the motion of Mr and Mrs Schooling, and adopted on the motion of Mr Cooper, seconded by Miss Ric'iie. It was decided that as the club was in a financial position, and the court is at present much in need of repair, Mr Schooling be asked to procure tar a,nd sand with a view to having the court top-dressed at an estimated cost ot about J£10. As the meeting could transact no further business without a larger attendance, it was resolved to adjourn till this afternoon at 4 o'clock, when it is hoped that members will show, by their presence that they have suffi cient interest in the welfare of th* club to keep it a goin...

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EECHRE AND CRIBBAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

EECHRE AND CRIBBAGE! ? In the Mechanics' Hall on Satur day night a large crowd assembled to participate in the splendid evening's enjoyment to be derived from euchre cribbage and dancing. After many interesting and exciting games in the euchre section, the King's prize went, to ;v visitor,-Mr Orrn'stbii, the Queen's prize being won by Miss Amy ISTicol. Mr "W. J. Lardner's team \va,s success ful in the contest for the cribbage trophy. At the conclusion of cards, d mcing was commenced. Miss Kelly provided excellent music, and Mr M Finn proved a capable M.C. A very appetising supper was served by the ladies. The effort was in aid of the St .1 ossph'a School'f finds, .<i ery helpful <sum was raised for tint object.

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Regulations to be Observed by Exhibitors. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

- . . .. _ ^ Regulations to be Observed by Exhibitors. 1. All exhibits to be in the yard and in their a! . places* by 10.30 o'clock on the morning of the Show. V 2. The name, residence, and district of exhibitor, th® breed of the animals he intends to exhibit, the name of the, .prize as" an extra, if considered meritorious. 17. All exhibits (unicorn team excepted), must be the , bona-fide property of the exhibitor for one month before date of show. Produce, vehicles, and miscellaneous articles tOj be made or grown ,by the exhibitor, and-to be the pro duction of the year of exhibition. 18. Joint ownership of exhibits will not be recognised, . except in cases of bona-fide partnerships. ' i ^ 19. The Committee may withhold all prize moneys won' ? by persons who shall have been proved to have mr.de erron eous.or false statement with regard to their exhibits in mak .ing the entry, or entering in violation to the conditions of .entry, and shall have the power to require that statutory . d...

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MENNINGITIS PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

MENNI2STGITIS PATIENT. A considerable stir was felt locally when it became known that a case of menningitis had been removed from "Blackwood " estate on Monday last. A man who gave his name as Prank Price came to Blackwood station on Sunday and fell ill that night. He was brought into Penshurst and Dr Reid, diagnosing the case as mennin gitis, ordered his immediate removal to Hamilton Hospital. Prompt action was taken by the doctor in conjunc tion with tue municipal officers to have all means of contact destroyed or thoroughly disinfected.

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

Penshurst and District A. and P. Society ANNUAL SHOW. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2,1915. PRIZE SCHEDULE Entries Close Tuesday, Nov, 23. 1915. Entrance Fee for Stallions.-Members, 2/6; non-Members, 5/-. Entry Fee for High Jump.-Members, 3/-; non-Members, 6/-. Other Entry Fees jn this Section-Members, 1/6; non-Members, 3/-. SECTION A,-HORSES. All prizes in this section, unless otherwise stated, are First, £1/1/; 2nd, 10/6; 3rd, certificate. Stewards-J. Howard, T. Leahy, M. O'Leary, T. Tobin, A. Olle ' * E. Olle, M. Colton. 1. Draught Entire, any age. 2. Draught Entire, 3 years. 3. Draught Entire, 2 years. 4. Draught Mare, dry; any age. 5. Draught Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot." ' ' 6. Draught Mare, dry, any age, for competitors residing within a radius of 15 miles of Penshurst Post Office. 7. Draught Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot. (Sam© conditions as No. 6). ? 8. Draught Filly or Gelding, 2 year*. 9. Draught Filly, Colt or Gelding, one year. .10. Heavy Delivery Horse. 11. Best...

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PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

PREVENTION BETTER THAN CURE jtsimousness is caused by a sluggish torpid liver due ?o constipation or irregularity of the flow of bile. Chamberlain's Tablets relieve billious ness by cleansing the stomach, liver and bowels. If you are subject to billious attacks prevent them by taking a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will stimulate your sluggish, torpid liver. Sold by J. G. Chesswas, Pensburst. j MECHANICS* CONCERT. All arrangements for the concert in aid of funds for the Penshurst Me chanics' Institute have been com pleted in sue ah manner as to assure ' patrons of a very enjoyable evening. Tiie Institute has been suffering con siderably from the effects of hard times, and the committee decided that | an effort be made to make both ends meet. Messrs J. G. IChess was and D. Greig, the concert committee have not been idle, and as a result of their efforts, a splendid programme has been arranged, comprising Hamilton and other district ta^nt. PENSHURST RED CROSS. A fair number of...

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

?FOWLING DALTON AND CO. ? I » Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, PLNSHUBST. Monday, November 22nd. AT 1.30 P. M. 'Phone No. 17 FOWLING D ALTON & co., through their Auctioneer, Mr James Dal ton, will sell by Public Auction at then* fort nightly Stock sale on the above date as follows: Cattle. Sheep. Agents for Noi'th British and Mercanile Insurance Co. Ltd., and The Trustees, Exors. and Agency Co. Ltd., Sunsiiine Harvester Co. ' ' Aaent at Maearthur-Mr P FOX. ~ PENSHUKST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE SATURDAY, NOV. 20th, 1915. GRAND CONCERT, In aid of Institute Funds. Hamilton and other District Performers. PRICES -2s and Is. > : fc J. G. CHESS WAS, Pres. » ; D. GREIG, Treas, I" ' Concert Commmittee. Penshurst and Disti ict Trotting* Ctufo. I rpHE Annual General Meeting of mem JL bers of the above club will beheld at Richie's Hotel on Saturday, Nov. 20th at 8 p.m. sharp". - ' ' E. OLLE, ?? Hon. Sec. Penslmrst Tennis Oluft* adjourned annual MEETING. ^ rj HE.fAdjoumed'Annual Meet...

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

e Jars Only. Straw Color from Age %M » m RJ1E AN9 VERY'WHOLESOME. MSTILLEIF ESTABLISHES. ®rm SSS TEAM. ma ^BSA On the corner*. FOR DAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY,, MAO p _1_. /"*. Frcaicli' kirap® Cognac S TFRG Origin A! BOUS© of STEWART, EDINBURGH Founded £779.' K. M. HYSLOP L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST, 1 Tel,. 172. Thoroid Buildings homson Street, HAMILTON Will visit PeD.slsurst fortnightly, and inay be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday. November 29th 1915t MARTIN STREET, PEN8HURST. ' E. OLLE OEISTEKAL BTTTCHBB,, and BASSE,. HOTELS AND FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILY ForBREAD DELIVERIES. r Telephone No. 22 «, $ tiii-ou.sihout tho Com ?';! iror. the following lines: .-.i* Kidd Milking ' Machines.' Corbett Williams' Oil Engines. Corbett "Williams' ChalVeuctei'S. Watt Bros.' Oil iOHgines. "Perfect" Cream Separators. ".Favourite" Cream Separators. Sykes' Animal. Medicines and , Veterinary Outiits. Kotary Water Pinnps. » "Unique" Milk Pumps, Kidd...

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THE Penshurst Sree Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1915 Local and General News MECHANICS' BILLIARD ROOM [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

THE Pens fyutst 5ree press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1915 Local and General News .-,-« MECHANICS' BILLIARD BOOM At a lull meeting of the committee of the Penshursfc Mechanics' Institute held on Tuesday night under the chair manship of Mr J G Chesswas, it was decided that the tender, of Mr 0 Guun for the enlargement of the biiliard room and repairing the damage done by fire was accepted at the figure of £5117s 6d.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 November 1915

In Memoria.iii. . /' CLARKE.-In loving memory of our dear Mother who passed away- on Nov. '22ri<?, 1914. ;> , ; So dearly loved and sadiy missed. Inserted by Mr and Mrs J. King and I family. ' , ? o

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

Cottrill & Edwards, GENERAL PLUMBERS, TINSMITHS AND / /? MILLWRIGHTS. ? ||s . BELL STREET, PENSHURST. . ' ? . ^ftlNDMILLS ERECTED. HOT AND COLD W:' ? m,> WATER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN ¥ feCETYLENE GAS, ELECTRIC S? '' BELL FITTERS AND ? WELL DRILLERS. ||Cycles Repaired and all Requisites kept in stock. ||jeTanks all sizes, best heavy orb Iron at city prices. ||IJvP.\Taps and all garden requisites in stock. " " ' ' ' ' . - ? , .1 P^:A Trial Solicited. '' [lip Agent for Bryan Bros', Webb's and Alston's Windmills, lilplackstone Oil Engines. Lite Insurance Co: of Australia, ii-Sity Mutual Fire Insurance Co. HI'^: ' '. ?' ' * . ll-v... , ? .. " PHONE 28. . MUBCJ-r FROM THE MAIUMCITUEEES. ill : . SAW£ KXDDXriBatCAB'S PHOFIT BRUCE & ' MCLURE - lli! i{ i; lift r ENGINEERS, INp MlLL ft!AstfFACT.U& £ R S, iR0I\2, BRASST lliigf:, - WABH^A^BQOL,, ' '?$ . ,v-' AN.b .. Next 'Eiiicii's Blacksmii.li SLop. - .. ' MfiXf' v ' , ' 'V ;»". ^iPg^ Mrst-Ciass PLUMBER. and WINDMILL EXP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

Penshurst and District A. and P. Society ANNUAL SHOW. \ THITB8DAY, DECEMBER 2,1915. PRIZE SCHEDULE Entries Olose Tuesday, Nov. 23. 1915. 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 Section-Members, l/6j non-Members, 3/-. SECTION A.-HORSES. All prizes in this section, unless otherwise stated, are First, £1/1/; 2nd, 10/6; 3rd, certificate. Stewards-J.Howard, T.Leahy, M. 0'Leary> T. Tobin, A, Olle E. Oil®, M. Colton. 1. Draught Entire, any age. ' 2. Draught Entire, 3 years. 3. v Draught Entire, 2 years. 4. Draught Mare, dry; any: age. 5. Draught Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot. 6. Draught Mare, dry, any age, for competitors residing within a radius of 15 miles of Penshurst Post Office. .7. Draught Mare, visibly in foal or foal at foot. (Same conditions as No. 6). .v " 8. Draught Filly or Gelding, 2 years. 9. Draught Filly, Colt or Gelding, one year. ???-..? 10. He^vy Delivery Hors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

Jb' now in full SWING, and we ask the atttention f of STATION OWNERS and SHEARERS to th ,* \^act-that we have a full and assorted stock of ' all supplies for this season. Whether for the Station or the Hut. Oilr prices are right andtthe quality of ofour goods is known throughout the district'. \ ; *. ? .. .? ' ? ' ?; / GROCERIES include all that is required, good fresh and clean. N SIMPLEX BALE FASTENERS. ' VACMARK BitANDING FMJ1D. LITTLE,s, THOMAS' suU MORTON'S DIP. TWINE, BRANDING INK, and all Hut utensils and requirements. A TENT MEDICI N ES and , : ' ?HEMIST'S SUNDRIES. We. a re m ak i ng. a speci a 1 -sii n e of th ese vgoods, in cluding FamtT<>s ,OZON" ' i . cures, also the great ough and Cold Cute, WHITE PINE COUGH SYRUP ?vhich. ifi-.t.he best'tiling i.liar. weknow of for cold. The price *1-8.Cd- 0"»- laro-e lx>rtl»> t - . , \ TRY IT. - \ ' ' '' ' * -v v' ; ;J.;, G. 'CHESS WAS .. 1 ' ? .' 1 , -i THE LEADING MERCHANT. : ' ? , ^ " »* * * fPTTONE 7. ' , - ' ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

LOOK TO YOUR STOMAQH When the food leaves the stomach without having gone through the requisite process, as happens in cases of indigestion, it is, impossible for the liver to complete the work. There^ fore, look to your stomach-strength en and stimulate it to perform its functions. There is no better medi cine > for this than Chamberlain's Tablets. Chamberlain' Tablets will cleanse your stomach of all undigested food and restore it to a healthy condi tion. Sold by J. G. Chess was, Pens hui'Lt. Tommy Aherlme'Sf Order your JAM FRUITS now, as price are going to rise. FOR CHRISTMAS WEEK Goo3s laid out on Counters. Prices plainly marked AGENT FOR ED1SIQN GRAMOPHONES. ^ CURES* \ ttfFUJeN^ Commonaxdtbifefe JBaitk * Australia t HEAD OFFICE ' fc SYDNEY ^ fo?ai> General Banking Business p^ipai CITIES and TOWNS of AUSTRALIA, and LONDON 1 Cable.remtttances made to. aud drafts drawn on foreign places direct Foreign b!ll» negotiated and collected. Letters of credit Issued to any part of th...

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CARAMUT FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

y . ___ CARAMUT FLOWER SHOW. The second annual spring show was held, at Caramut on Nov. 13th and proved a great (access. The chairman (Bev. E F Parry) in thecourse of his opening remarks referred to the dual purpose of the show. The first was that of profit which was added to the funds of the local Presbyterian Church. The sec ond, the direct advantage to the exhibitors themselves in the development of the art of gardening, cookery, needlework etc. The show was opene'd by the Pensburat shire pre sident', Cr Chenswaa who reviewed the vari ous sections and compared them with those of the past year's show and offered the pro moters his heartiest congratulations, and Wished success to their efforts. Keen competition was evident in all (sec tions, and the judges were highly satisfied with the quality of the exhibits. Th« roses and cut flowers were especially fine, and the vegetables were of the first order. The cook ery section attracted many beholders owing to its quantity and quality. ...

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DEATH FROM MEMORRHAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

DEATH FROM HEMORRHAGE. The death occurred at the residence of Mr H. Swing, of .Penshurst,. yestarday of Leslie Ewing, aged 14 years, a son of Mrs H- Ewing, of Cavamut, and a brother of Mr H. Ewing of Penshurst. Death was due.to internal hemorrhage. The deceased lad's health was never of the "best, being a subject to hemorrhage all hi» life.

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DYSENTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 November 1915

DYSENTRY. i Dysen try, or inffamation of the bowel dr intestine is of more frequent occurrence during the summer months It can be checked if Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is taken according to the printed directions on each bottle. Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy is invaluable in all medicine chests. Get a bottle to-day, it will save much suffering. Sold by* J. G Chttbswas, Penshurst. ;

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