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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 December 1915

3.6 .ClKSsroas Great Christmas Fair ' NOW IN FULL SWING! t! Another3 GRAND Display is now ready Barrows, Tram-'' Oars,; Tea \S,e$s.7' Money Boxes, Toy Watches. Me-' chaiuea! Toys, Pistols, Teddy Hears, Picture Blocks, Machine .Guns, Katties, Trumpets, etc, etc. Toys Dolls Assortment. Dolls STOL Y BOOBright (Jovers, Fully Illustrated PanCy Suitable for Christinas Presents. A 5C 9 & Aotimony Trinket Boxes, Silverplated hand 51^ r ror s ,. ;(Man icitr e . so ts . o.f . ket ,Bo<-ks, White metal.Jewel : Uases,^jadhis' Haad Bags.:.,:': ' A Beautiful range of Ladies' Embroiderv HAftDKEEOIi'IEF8 in boxes ot'three-~ls ''to 6* M:: ji PERFUMES, WATCHES, CLOGKS ft ?. CUTLERY." « '¥|!Y1£1<& l^fm't wair uiitil the last moment, vsdiee everybodv iB rushing. Now is the timu Dainties C key .Xma'8 3E2SS 3T'X&S& . ...CORDIALS S3"3£?OC53ESCXm<3^S . Fine liange of Chocolates *u Fancy Boxes, 6d, Is, to 2s f»d. NUTS DRIED FRUITS ' ' WAFERS CH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

J. A. Briggs IS NOW SHOWING Special Purchases for the Festive Season, including many scarce goods and notwith standing the large increases in many lines, prices are down to be<J rock. Special Values-in Ladies' Costuiiies, Mill inery, Blouses, Skirts, I>ust Cc-ds. Jut opened a large assortmei-t of underclothing -Nights, Combinations, Camisoles, Knick ers, and Corsets--Smart attractive lines at keen values. ? . Men's andboys' clothing.--Here we are heavily stocked for Christmas Season. Tai lor made Suits, Men's, Youth's and .Tuven iJe Clothing. All the latest goods procur able. A large range of Hats, Shirts, Ties, etc. Heavy purchases of Boots and Shoes are now coming forward in summer linea, latest shapes and' styles. tfesr -'.Hsuse . POA. ? Boo-ns IARTIN*«ST . P&N5HUR5T; © D, ' fficNEE, RAILWAY STORE. BELL STREET, P2NSHTrRSI. _ i . ' . ? Groceries. (^withstanding the difficulty of obtaining imported: lines we have a full supply in this most inxp<>...

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BETTER THAN CASTOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

BETTER THAN CASTOR OIL. Disorders of the stomach and con sfcipation are the .most, common com plaints with children. To correct t' em you will fi<>d nothing better than Chamberlain'p Tablets'. A dos»\at bad time will do the work aud' will make your'ehild bri^ljt ami cheerful' the following morning. H>lf » idbl,jt is sufficient for a child under ten years. "Doh't pujiishryoufchildren by giving them castor oil. . Chamberlain's Tfib-' I s ai'H i ett'n u'ni :uin»e f I -assint t- > tak« ?'".yuia I y J G ? Ch>ti. .was, Pttus-. hurst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

| ' ii 1 TO STAND THIS 6E A SG ST AT ' penshdrst , . THE BLOOD STALLION, DALESMAN., ^^ ALESMAN is a beautiful Bay, Horsq. :-jr- witli black points,-standing 16 hands 2 inhas iiigli. By, Adelong, from- Lady . i.'ufus, by iiufus from Lady Hamlet, by HaiuI(=uii'om a liiare by Ui'iutman, from Imogen^ by King A-lfred, fi'om Brownie by Preinie^, from a mare by Duijidre. . . .;D;ilesi»,-tii is the winner of several/races. ..d,)sb':twor'fit«t'prizes'-;«6t''.'-. Pontihii'rst Shpsv. Van'd secend at Hamiltou vClia-mniou Show. -Terms : 3 3S to be paid wh<in stinted, Guaranteed, 4&;.4s.' -Eyt\ry care taken, but jib responsibility. . Apply ti> ' ; - R.;HUSX!L ' ' PSNsiuiiS'l'. Money Spent In SWINTON'S MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT is money wisely spent. There is .NOTHING LIKE BUYING ( good reliable stuffs, especially I when we offer such induce I ments for exercising economy t Lace Curtains ill the very j latest dessgns iii White, Ecru ! and Cream, at all prices from 2s 3d to 38s 6(...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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ST. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

81. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR The annual bazaar held under the auspices of St Joseph's Church, Pens hurst took place on Boxing Day race night, when there was a good attend ance. On account of the stress of the times the usual, elaborate preparations for a first class exhibition, which characterised this event in previous years, was somewhat .modified this year. In spite of this, however, t,he effort met with a good meas.ure of success. Cood work was done by all those who assisted, comprising Mesdames Archbold, J Cameron,,. Surkitt, M Page, E Collins, W Smith ; Misses Madigan, A. Madigan, Griffin, Page, Will? ins, Patterson, K Leahy, B. Smith, Edmondson, A. Cmith,. Dun bar ; Messrs B. King, C. Smith, E. Lewis. During the latter part of the night, those present enjoyed a dance for which Miss Dunbar (piano), and P. M'Gloin (violin) provided- excellent music

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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THE CALL TO ARMS THE PRIME MINISTER'S APPEAL LOCAL COMMITTEE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

THE CALL TO ARMS 1 THE PRIME MINISTER'S APPEAL LOCAL COMMITTEE FORMED. In accordance with the appeal at present being made by Prime Mini ster Hughes for a greater response to the call of the country, a public meet ing was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday night for t'>e purpose of forming a local committee whese duty it is to directly apply 'the details of the scheme to their own locality. Cr J. G. Chesswas, who occupied the chair, deplored the smallness of the attendance, saying that it* was disgusting and a disgrace to the town, exhibiting as it did such nonchalance in the face of our country's call. He regretted very much the necessity for such expression, but he could not let such an apparent lack of interest pass .while the Motherland was fighting for her existence. Several circulars explaining the scheme in detail, and ^giving instruc tions for the beneficial working of the committee were then read The gist of these instructions .was that from the committee appointed,...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

oil of !)onor O: Aitken E . Allen A Arnel B Bunworth D W Bamford J Bamford D Bunge J BungeP Collins J Cameron D Cameron K Cameron J Cameron John Clark A Cook M ;j|] Danger&eid C ;||| 1'Davies G .jf&.DaVies'F R Down E A Dodds C Eales R Eales G Evans W Elmore S Eales J L Gilles R G Grayson W Green G Green L Greig N Greig G George G Gunn R Groves G Hustler L > Hyde R Hyde T Hussey R Hussey T itirvg L Kampmann F Kennedy W Kelly D Linton A Linton W Leahy L Lewis W Lewis. M Lee G Lee R Lee' N , Lee V K M 'Kerras J M'Kenna G McEfgunn T. Olle F J . Olle C Olle FL Penny ciiick J Pearson W Phelps H A Power J Radley P Rice P Sweetnam Rex . Sweetnam Dr.' Scott H * Twomey F O'C. Underwood M Waller E Waller M Williamson C Williamson G ,Jimmeys MODEL STORES iw STATION .Richmond^C Write to-clay for ] Autumn and Winter -- Catalog v Satisfaction is guaranteed on ertrj purchase, ot we refund your money ib full. We pay freight on all drapery and clothing to any railway station in Vic...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PRICES OF OZONIA: [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

PRICES OF OZONTAr 6oz. Bottles .. . . . .1/6 each. Quart Bottles ; ^ 7/6 each. Outfits .... ... .. 2/6 each, J ? : ? Official Distributors J. 6. Ghesswas, General Store keeper, Bell-street, Penshurst. Printed and Published by the Proprietor David Co'oper, at: the: "Free Press'" Office, Martin street, ;Penshurst, Vic toria. .

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ALL SAINTS' SUNDAY SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

ALL SAINTS' SUNDAY SCHOO At the conclusion of the service a All Saints' Church of England 01 Sunday evening last, the vicar, Re^ R. A. Giles distributed the prizes wo by the scholars of the Sunday Schoo during tHe year. While paying Mis Richie their highest tribute of thank for her continuous service in so good cause, Mr Giles pointed out that th scholars' roll had grown to such ai ' extent that it was impossible for on* teacher to do all th« work. He mai an appeal "or another* teacher to he) with this good worlc. It was ak decided to give the scholars a picni at the lakes on the afternoon of 15t January. " ,

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CITIZEN'S DEPARTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

CITIZEN'S DEPART QBE. Another active ciii/,en of the town is about to take hi.« 'departure for fresh fields, Mr I> .1 Walsh - having taken oyer the l>-«?e of the Caramut Hotel into possession of which he enters at an daf.e.: Mr Wulsh h »s haen known and nst«e'med" as, a resident of Penshurs' for many years, and although he is not-going. so far i away, his many friends will miss him [ for his genial disposition Messrs P<»wlirv£» Palton and Cp will sell Mr Walsh's furniture ami effects at his residence on' Monday noxt at B.30

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A Mother's Duty [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

A Mother's Duty It has . often been said. that a mother's'-1 work'-'is- "ft'evfe'S done. It i< equally true, that a. mother's anxiety about the welfare' of her "children i* ne.veu X'pi'^.^ecl1 :V;vi*x»J-yt u\vii::> to coivditions \v;i!dv are her ;coiitrol.; ' ]-I(ir:bne]< ligeVl' qiily J'«> tm'ned* for a -jnonion't'. iwhen.; rliin>r happens.;' ;Helv;c]iil(l has fallen- dow ; and received a cnt. o^- bruitjo/or some other'.injury,-or-may oycii hn^'e' bee ; .burnt or scalded.'''"'Perhaps7\it 'lias, eaten unripe fruit. .'oj^has.gofc-. wet a: <i become f^yerish, ^ .or > ii /:iuay' le 'suffering:---great., pain-,.-.from. i-opE'inch". earache, or ; ehilblniivs. ; vrliTl|;t the doctor may be juries away ovengagr-t1 . upon soffle more'. ser ious case.' A1 'on; - without suitable remedy; is a, drea (T£i£ predicament for the poor rnqfchei\ r,ii<T yet to-day thesre need he lVo eiause foi' alarm whatever-oyrii;'?? to ' the 'advent of the wo...

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BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

BE PREPARED. Nothing is m-MV *»ff«'cti'ye for, colic! diarrhoea and a!) bowel tronb'ps t-ba| Ch irhberhinV Colic > and, D arrhotj . R-iJiuvily. E^Vry family should- keepi| x lairfergeney and thai ..UYintVy':/to.%a' -elofiP* c hv y'sop or 'un.-'Hnt ph\-siriiinj ;y:;ii>;;(^.n'no'V pro -iiT^ H b^VJer Bernedj }!(.?" <U <2 i::;1 r.v"d for aj iHi'pyy. ' < ?''}'/ J ?'"{}' Cre&swaj ! u?-. '*

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CLEARS OUT THE GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

CLEARS OUT THE GERMS. I "When you have a cold culture beds for the germs of pneumonia and other diseases form-in t he throat. If Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is taken at the first symptom of» oold there is no danger of pneumonia or other infec tions, for being an expectorant it' clears out these online hedsthus pre venting genr.s gefcriitg into the (system. TFor that reason alone Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the !»est medicine you can nse for colds.. Bold by J G Ciiesswas, Penshurst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

Cottrill & Edwards, GENERAL PLUMBERS, TTSNMITHS A# MILLWRIGHTS. BELL STREET PENSHURST. : WI NDMILLS ERECTED, HOT AND COLD WATER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN ACETYLENE GS-AS, ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS AND WELL DRILLERS. Cycles Repaired and all Requisites kept in stock. Tanks ail sizes, best heavy orb Iron at city prices. H.P. Taps and all garden requisites in stock. A Trial Solicited. Agent for Bryan Bros', Webb's and Alston's Windmills BJapkstone Oil Engines. Lile Insurance Co. of Australia Qity Mutual Fire Insurance Co. ?'/ v - ;:.: PHONE 28. , / ORBEK- BIBEOT PEOl TIE MAHTJFACTTJRERS. SAVE MIBBLEMAH'S PROFIT BRUCE & M CLURE PTY.I.TD., : '-M ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS - WARRKAMBOOL. - 9%:. ?V " ' AND . "Next Edlich's Blacksmith. Shop. A First-Class PLUMBER and WINDMILL EXPERT is employed, ^ ad Orders will be taken for Windmills, Motor Engines, Powers Working Heads, Milk Pumps, Patent Double-valve and Ordinary Well and Bore Pumps, Saw Benches, Steam Boilers, W...

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LOCAL TELEPHONE REVENUE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

LOCAL TELEPHONE REVENUE., Mr S. Cottrill recently received a etter from the Deputy Postmaster eneral's Department pointing out hat the revenue from the local tele hone service was below the sum re uired to keep a continuous service by 65, and stating that unless the eficit was made up and a guarantee lven by the subscribers that the full mount of revenue would be sub cribed each . year, . the department ould be obliged to restrict the hours the working of the exchange to hose for which the post office is open or business, dating from the 14th arch, 1916. There ha£ been some lention made of a proposal to call a ublic meeting to discuss the matter, nd it is most probable that this ourse will be adopted at an early ate. UNSURPASSED. For the quick relief of all bowel ouiplaints Chamberlain's Colic and iarrho9a Remedy is unsurpassed, ne or two dosea of it are sufficient to eck the attack. It is not disagree ble to take Chamberlain's Colic and iarrhoea Rem< dy contains no astri...

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HOW TO BRE[?] UP A COLD. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

! H') w fO 3Kti \iv> VV A CpLl), ^ It may bf H/SUfpvis'--1 io many t'> In I linti u >«vere.i.v>M re,-i lie coiti jjip'.ely broken up ir> uih- m* t wo.V'c'Ima s ti>oit Tti (loyllnK^ ' liow-v '.; ' prompt. ?I,"., n i- linv>Mh T1!- '} 'sfc svni{' r<#(ii >-f « fjnld i* a d:v i<»n.i"JC''»u^ii a" > a utose w atery .discharge) from . lh< nose... When Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is taken every two hours on the first appearance of these symptoms ib counteracts the effect of the cold and restores tho system to a ht-althy condition within a clay or two. Sold by J (J- Chesswas, Penshurst. . Mr T. Aberlmo desires it known that ho will have fruit and soft drinks on sale at 0'Br,en's corne? to-day for the convenience of.those taking part ;in the annual picnic. Attention is drawn by advertise ment in this issue to the sale of Mr D, J. Walsh's tarniture, which will be conducted at his residence by Messrs Powling, Dalton and Co. qu Monday nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

WING MACHINES Sawing fttaohlnc ?ays ftr Itaclfl .ya ffinsy prtta far year mmMmI BROS. »ell direct to yoa at the lowest po» i ice-pay freight to your station and p'-y cuarautee their machines tor 25 years. i't do better than that-and yon can't ge< machine (or love or money. Write foi Illustrated Catalog-Post tree. Machine* ot all make*repaired, 114* and F«rta supplied for any Hashine. 36-38 ERROL. STREET. WORTH MELBOURNE. » AT THE New Year's Day Picnic, At O'Brien's Corner, Tommy Aberllne Will have Soft Drinks, Fruit and the Gramophone. DON'T FORGET. Cool Fruit and Summer Drinks _ Apricots 7s case. Plums 5s case/ T. ABEKLINE Bell Street COOLEST FRUIT SHOP IN PENSHURST. | .'ft. <ti> .*« I-"-;., -u«* -v.« | I . ' '.< ...» f ij, Viii- J f I ^ l i . ai&t | . C» fesii' I ? . i ©hi?, tij aiji I .{Tjnbg ou seq :j.J f .tSO^is^S ^4S f j »^A||s Aj^'spuaMj ] unoA jo uos^b«iieju I -pB pue AAU9 ! U9UJ-J anoA q^bui F|I/W I is iuwa noK ji j try this! When...

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ENSHUURT RED CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

ENSHUURT RED CROSS. The local lieu Cross .Society jhfjd eir meeting for the yur on 'hurtiday week, »nd were hospitably . ..rfii.t'fl ut afternoon, lea by .he. iring president Mrs C Coldbain. A Jbdlv number of ladies attended, each inking a gift for soldiers, among hich were included tins of preserved uir. prunes, condensed milk, c< coa, loc'late. tobacco, figjre'tes,; writing idp, envelope?, fias. toilet f» ap, socks,, uxik'Tchiets, mniz«na, mufflers Hnd ps, several nu'in'ere handing in nev in place of goods. Mrs Ross oposed a vote of thinks to Mrs )ldhan> who had so ably rilled the esident's chair for sixteen.. months, d vpif-ed th . feelings of the inemhers saying that they were sorry' nhe had it not offered herself'for re flection, r? C loham in r spbnding thanked r8 Rmss and 'he members for the ! .dly-feelings they bad towards her " said that .f.h'ough;J'"retmni^'yv,;'ir!ji'nr presirlen tabi p she ou Id still1 belong the society and h; pedto b<\ wifh m e...

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BOXING DAY RACES A MOST SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE MEETING IN SPITE OF ADVERSE CONDITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

BOXING DAY RACES A MOST SUCCESSFUL AND ENJOYABLE £ MEETING IN SPITE OF ADVERSE f; CONDITIONS j%- ' ~~ V the financial stress at present1 beu Ijp^felt, and the many calls upon the /resources of almost every member of SK© community, those controlling i the '-Boxing Day race meeting this year I felt that there was a certain amount of iazard in expectation of as success a, year as has always been the for is of this prosperous club. The ful tunl committee were, certainly courageous to keep up the stakes to their usual high standard, in a year when almost every club is retrenching. However, in spite* of a sweltering day this ac.ion was. justified by the solid support of the i horse, owners and public. Although gates and the gross receipts for the day were not quite up to those of last year, which was a phenomenal one, the club, was very satisfied with the sup port.. accorded. The gate takings* am ounted to well over ,£400,. and the total receipts for the day to over £520, which will mean ...

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SERVICE OF INTERCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

SERVICE OF INTERCESSION. At All Saint's Church to-morrow morning the Vicar will conduct a sol emn service of intercession for the Empire and the Allied arms at li a.m. A pastoral issued by the Bishops of the Commonwealth will be read and special Litanies, Lessons, Psalms Prayers and Hymns "will form part of the service. Through the Common wealth similar services to this one will be conducted and everyone should endeavor|to attend r.hcir Church espec ially when we rem ember that it is the first Sunday in the New Year, and also that the Prime Minister has requested all branches of the Christian Church to observe this day in the manner indicated above. The public are cordially invited to attend this ser vice in our town.

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