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

3. G .Clxssioas Great Chilstmas Fair '\jTOW IN FULL SWING!!!' " Another Grand Display is now ready Barrows, Tram Oars, Tea Sets Money Boxes, Toy batches, Me chanical Toys, Pistols, "Teddy Bears, Picture Blocks, Machine Guns, Rattles, Trumpets, etc, etc. Toys DOISS Assortment.-- DollS St O PBO O k.S Bright (Jovers^ Fa 1 ly Illustra ted FflOCy Suitable fpr Cliristiiias Presents. A TP'tf" i^lp^ Antimony Trinket Boxes,'Silver plated r\ I 11V * hand Mirrors, Manicure sets, Gents' Poo-; ket Books, White m.etal Jewel Oases, Ladies' Hand Bags. ' A Beautiful range of Ladies' Embroidery 'HANDKERCHIEFS in boxes of three-Is to 6s 6d PERFUMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS ' CUTLERY. i ?? ' . -V. ' '' ?? .- V . o ' HCft}Cj» Don't wait until, the last moment whee beI C&3& every body is rushing, N o w i s the' timu Dainties C ^mas ^ll^irigs, iind Xihas . M"3E8"w 3r-3E5.ss^s:. 'ap-xcs-ss CORD LAX S ZBSLmLjg^^ s vooiKxxiircfriS' « Fine Range of Chocolates in Fancy Boxes, 6d, Is, to 2s Gd. .' \NUTS...

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

. . ,* h'V' i Stone Jars Only. " Straw Color from Age.. 1EBKK AN1 VE1¥ WHOLESOME. DISTILLElf ESTAMJSBE# ®W® »5 TEARS. MADIGAN'S On the cornet*. FOR DAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. RR£k Ml n¥ fi . 1 3bI?8^% *.. -vv ,M m-** P.'L'tCr Wtf A --STRAKSHT TIP " DRINK STEWARTS.! " Th« ?rig*na.I Housr«? of STEWAi T, Edinbur&n Founded f.779. il I ssk ? i'.i. K. M. HYSLOl L.D.S., B.D.S. - DENTIST, Tel. 172, Thorold Building's Thomson Street, ;|§ HAMILTON. , ? . is Will visit Fenshurst fortnightly, ..a .nay be consulted from 10 a.m.>to 5 Richie's hotel, on m Monday. January iith^ 1915,^ MARTIN STREET, PENSHURST. ? E. OLLE GENERAL BUTCHER, and BAKER. HOTELS AND FAMILIES WAITED ON DAILX. FOR BREAD DELIVERIES. { Telephone No. 22 #*311# S taU Q A(;K\TS wanted throughout the torn '"onwealth for the following lines: Kidd Milking Machines. Corbett Williams' Oil Engines. Corbett Williams' Chaffeutters. Watt Bros.' Oil {Engines. "Perfect" Cream Separators. "Favourite!" ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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NEW YEAR'S DAY PICNIC [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

NEW-YEAR'S DAY PICNIC \ The annual picnic of thie towxix people will again take place on tli ufcual ground-at O'Brien's corner to-day when a similar programme o amusements to that, of previous year will be enjoyed

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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THE Pensfyurst Sree Press PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 1ST, 1915 Local and General News NEW YEAR WISHES [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

THE Pensfyurst 5ree press1 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 1ST, 1915 v Local and General News »-. NEW YEAR WISHES With our New Year issue of the " Penshurst Free Press," we have pleasure in enclosing a supplement in j the form of a callendar for 1916,1 which we trust will be found an | article of convenience. At the samf| time we nsk our readers,to accept out! best wishes for "A H^ppy New;) Year." ' ' ^ . . I

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KILLED IN ACTION [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 1 January 1916

KILLED IN ACTION The friends of Mr and Mrs F Cook, C'aramut, will be sorry to hear of the death of their only son Fred, who was killed in action on (Gallipoli Pennin sula. The date of, Mr. Cook's enlist   ment is not known. The blow to parents and relatives was a very severe one on account of that the deceased was an oly son and many   are the expressions of sympathy with the afflicted famili in their bereave         ment.              

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

fARDB WING MACHINES Sowing ^sejfcSn® Pays Jar IteeHl ay a faroy prtaft for your m>ahln«l , BROS. *ell direct to you at the lowest pos lice-pay freight to your station and r'.y guarantee their machine* for 25 years, j t do better than that-and you can't set tnachinr ?or love or money. 'Write'toj Illustrated Catalog-Post irce. \ Mni liinci of all nmJte*repaired, tlr< aud Parts supplied for any Machine. . 23-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH .MELBOURNE.. ft1'?'.^ If if t% S"5t § £|3 || ^ J O I rl S R J V SS LL f T'ni.-i I'm «jri 1 r h;m rit i:-. a n;l always i, 11;. i. . i. \ -M \ X I' p' AC TlMi'iCiV i-X.. !.!. >i... ? Uiiirh' li.s I'i .. i':;' . iiiiVi' i'i I'fii i;i; r ; . I'd ' .-icici-riiui;^ V: . . Oi? Hr'o .uj \> p..r'K*s !'<'. 'iTNA'>tv 'i!-; " '." ^iti-o the i>vit!fV!:nil . rii .- i- it !|i|,o"5>, sta* SMirrU ciqrriF!(:ATI:S "r OIMGIN t'I i lie !»;!! i i Si I lX)XSlr [j :iV iiO'l rri.'DA.M. 1I0.! J,A N !\ 'or iM'.-h sh;jniu>nr. t'O rt i !* \" i ...

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THE WHEAT SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

I TIB WHEAT SEASON. The wheat tirffin has set; in in far nest, and largo consignments ar<* daily finding their way to the hs*hoard. Official records at th- Bendigo station show tha t on January .1 1!10 trucks were loaded with wheat at stations between Bagsbot and : Kcbnnja, ,'15 trucks on flip Oohuna lino, ] 43 at stations between Sebastian and Swan Hill. 37 between Mat'ong and Wed derbet n, 129 between Korongvaife and Sea 'Lake, and Go between Boort and Manangat.ang. . On ,.th« some day 59, 775 bags of wbaat' were stacked a^ various stations north of Bendigo, but this storage was considerably*' red need on Monday, wh^n 28 speb/ul train? were employed in removing the wheat. AtrGeelong'difficulty-is already being experience^ in securing sufficient suit able storage apace" for wlVeat, much larger stacks of; which at*expected in Geelong than in past i^asotte. Agents are. castifiqfs about.? fotj' sites, and at least thr- e jjciji.^ are no^otia king with the 0ri<*n ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

You II be furpmcd at. the difference I 'lAMn jrour old Suit and ihe Suit t'rt.ii comes back to you .faer tieatment by jhe Lawrence pro t ess ?- Diy-clcaning, Dyeing, Pressing, elf.. Arid you'll be more llian sur pii-f'd at tiie di*linctly ren*c.nab!e cliJiye lor .-fffecti ?; such a c!i*np<*.. Complete buU ntuallv co.-ts about 5/9, and £ii Ovocodl cosls lrom 4i6." (Freight orders ovei paid one 10/..) . way on a II NORTHCOTE FREE! my booklet: " The Art of Dyeing," giving at. tailed cost, and shelving by pictures and descrip tions tfye new process iterated at my works. Stud for a co^y to day. Money Spent in SWINTON'S MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT is money wisely spent. There is NOTHING LIKE BUYING good reliable stuffs, especially when we offer such induce- i ments for exercising economy Lace Curtains ill the very latest dessgns in White, Ecru and Cream, at all prices from 2s 3d to 38s 6d pair. Curtain Muslins - Just opened, direct from the Manu-: facturers,' a beautiful range of v C...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

PENSHURST RAINFALL. Tht total rainfall of 1915-29.14 inches makes a very favorable compar ison beside that of the previous year -19.88 inches. This season there was plenty of grass, which, however has been completely dried up by the p»st heat, while last season not a blade of grass was to be seen. Following are the comparative totals for the months of 1914 and 19l'5 : - 1914 1915. January 64 175 February 121 88 March 103 75 April 297 185 May 230 339 June ' . 186 614 July 345 241 August 66 406 September 124 463 October 46 236 Novemner 200 125 December 206 -17 i Totals 19.88 29.14 The following review of the weather over Victoria for the year 1915 S'has been issued by the Central Weather Bureau . For the first four months the wea ther might be regarded as but a con tinuation of the great drought period^ which, with these added, covered 18 months ' There were, however, some partial exceptions. Gippslaud fared j well early in January, when cyclonic ' rayis fell in the eastern portion, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

J.A, IS NOW SHOWING Special Purchases for the Festive Season, including many scaice goods and notwith standing the large incVeases in many lines, prices are down to bed rock. Special Values in Ladies' Costumes, Mill inery, '31ous.es, Skirts, Dust Cc >1;. Ji: t opened a large assortment of underclothing -Nights, Combinations, Camisoles, Knick efs, and Corsets-Smart.1 attractive lines at keen values. Mn 's andboys'.clothing,--Here woarei heavily stocked for Christmas Season Ta ? lor made Suits, Men's, Youth's and Juven ile 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. * kbEST .-flcDDSE . FOR. . e>OOTv5 . .Martina . pElN-shuost. © RAILWAY STORE. ] ?; S3SLL STREET, PSNSHTOST. : Groceries. : Noi'witli'iit^i(idiri'g-fhe difficulty ol obtaining1 imported lines we '. hav^v^ffel,l"--sMp.p'.V hi t.Iii.-« n.iosr iiuponanfcdepitrhrienf. - Drapery. ...

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LOCAL RECRUITING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

LOCAL JiECLiUlTim " "vSiiK-o the Christmas Holidays, lie | impt'tns -that lias bsfii,given recruiting throughout: Victoria ]ias also " been made noticeable in tVTisshurst. Mas>sr« \\ I lustier, A JTufitler. \Y"-\ .Haintonl ami 1) Collin', iiave passed the prim- ' arv'examination.and the former also has pawd the final inspection. and goe.-> into camp on the jMijt

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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BETTER THAN CASTOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

BETTER THAN OASTOR OIL. Disorders of the stomach and con stipation a*e the most common com. plaints with children. To correct i-.bera you will find nothing i/efcfcer than Chamberlain's Tablets. A dose at bed tune will do the" work and will make, your child lirif'lit and chtsi-itul the following morning. H.vlf *'ubl"t is sufficient fur a child uiitun' -ten ,vcars. DonVpui'ish .you.n*biltlr<»» t>.y aivi.»g, thbiii CiiSlO oi>'. . :Gh^u;iifcil.iiir:o . lut!> art- bettet; -»nd 'more p easant to take. SoWby J Gr Ch. asA-aa, hurst. 1 ' ^ " A ) r >'.-1 ^' < 1 '1 \

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BE PREPARED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

' HE PREPARED.' ' ^ Nnlhmu' is mov>" c-ti etive iov c'olic, flinrrl'ioeii anii- ii)l(hnwyt-troubles-tthn.ii?' CiMinhovi'Mn's "'Cnlic ami IJiuryhouii ;]ietnetiy.. EveryJamiIv sho uM.keep iiv '{it:.hi>in!^iu case.*of... eni erafiivytI;b:is ,s;i\v. .» fiuitlpss "j'Mun-'y t" -a ci'i.-Oii "i-ii in]-l.-hop or ' ph_' iYm> ciimiiv, pirifuri'tt by tier ueuiedy ,r>ny if now' mid 06 prej'M'A^ 'for s«n. t-nifTii-nry 'bo!<i > v ,J (t Ch"-.s\v.is,; ' T'yij.-ih u 1 > t. , " .V'r*'v?> I'd f*T riif 1 p£ov \ i-t i vol<! ciwb I'm!i< r. w'oith u«- i< . 1»n :-hi()Diput(1 mi fto!if rfr FV?'"-' V'jn.\t Jl'iVl hti WViUicc-d.-i v* ti i*iln in-r. if,\, .. . _f. i i" ? , - ' . I t) i no Uiiii'^r 1.^ rO^ . u to nstu>«i s .m-.*; TO t (l:^ Ollirt, .' " - .

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GUS. ST. LEON'S CIRCUS, [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

GUS. ST. LEON'S CIRCUS The above famous and high class circus will play one night at Penshursfc on next Monday night January 10th. The circus contains 70 horses and 40 people. The hugb programme includes such talented artists as Miss Lorenze, Misa Loring, the Renttrews Miss Adelelaa Belle Marie, Holloway and Vincent, Honey and Oudge and Sen oiita Phillippina. Included in -he attractions of this circus are educated and high jumping horses and ponies. Location of circus-back of Victoria ( Hotel. Watch for grand parade on. Monday morning next at 11 #a.m. The circus plays at Caramut Tuesday next, January 1 Ith and will-, parade thei'e on Tuesday moruiug at ,1(1'30

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REMNANT DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

REMN ANT BA YS* Splendid opportunities for bargains offered at Mr J G Cliesswas's on Monday and Tuesday next, vvhish days have been fixed > as Remnant Do vs. Those desi ing to secure special Viarirains, should^not f.'ul to pay' thin store n, visit:,?as the prices of t he goods o.ffe>N?d;HviJI" siirpiis's anyt'^i-ng t .preyfc ou.sly betore the public in ; 1'enslmrst. \

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THE BUTTER EMBARGO. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

TEE BUTTER EMBARGO. STATEMENT BY MR TUDOR. The Miuisfcar for Customs Mr Tudor Stated on Tuesday that the restriction on the export ot butter did not mean that air export was stopped. The Miuistry, however, was compelled to keep a --lose watch over the whole business* in order that last year's ex perience should not be repeated, and infeiiorbutter have to big imported at inflated prices to make up th« shortage caused by an unrestricted export. He said that figures for the week ending on December 81 showed a falling off in production of 46| tons, as compared wiih paevious week, and of 24 tons as - compared with the eorr-spooding week of last year' The information of the Depart ment was also to the »fieefc that three of the States were not producing enough butter for their own!* require ments. A. laigelv attended and lepresenta tive meeting of dairymen was held at Wcii riiatiiiiool on Tuesday, under the iiuspict-s ot t.hi« Warrn'ircibppl Agricul tural (Society, to protest against the a...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

NICW YEAR'S DA Y. i Last Saturday :wa« a very quiet dar ''ivi the town of Ponslimst, isTew Year's. Day having provided the usual num ber or attractions to the many resorts-. MiOUJid. At. O'Brien's corner,- the firnmal. town picnic was well attended, and a vory- pieasa nt. after noon spent in 1 he <*n joymont of sport* "and Raines. Terang and Winslow ivilts (Irew thn u.««al number oi',"?-sports;'.'s\;ho Jjoctbe most part returned very satisfied v-'itii their outings * '

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TWELVE VICTORIAN BATTALIONS. RECRUITING AREAS FIXED. ALLOTMENT OF QUOTAS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

TWELVE VICTORIAN BATTALIONS. RECRUITING AREAS FIXED. ALLOTMENT OF QUOTAS. The twelve Victorian territorial areas from which units will be drawn for the new Australian force of 50,000 meo have now been fixed by the State recruiting authorities. The boundar ies of the areas have now oeen deter mined, and maps are in course of pre paration for distribution among teh various municipalities and local bodies As has already been explained, Vic toria bias been called upon to contribute 16,000 men towards the new army, and an additional 5,100 per month as reinforcements. It is proposed to raise these men by a system of district quotas, each municipality and shire being expected to furnish a specified number of troops, based on the returns sent in under the War Census Act' Interest attaches to the 52nd Battalion as its composition will be as under To be raised from the terri torial area embracing the following civic, municipal or local bodies : Ararat (borough), Ararat (sbire), Avoca,' Belfas...

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PRIVATE GARNET EALES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

?\i I V ATE (i AI * N ET KALES/' Sonio'litrlo time ago. ' Mr a,ml Mrs. S liiilcs 4 j'oct'i ved v. orcl fiom the I.Vfence authorities that- i boir. . : son. Private Garnet.Kales had been report ed ill. On Thursday a further ,wirc reported 1 ri111 to Jiav« . wounded* The cuiifu.-ioii of the two m essays has soitn-'w hat-puzzled the young sol-1 <lierJ£> pvoplv. a ixl, t liov arc endeavor in-ir to secure.some:-de1imt<v-information. regarding his*, injuries; -which n\ eryono hopor> will not ptove'\oi \ so-iious

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 8 January 1916

5?P^3 Aitken E Allen A Arnel B Bunwor|h D W Bamford J Banifo' d D Bunge J Bunge P Collins J Cameron D Cameron K Cameron J Cameron John Clark A Cook M Down EAi 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 O Gunn R Dangerfieid C Groves G D aies G Hustler L Davits FR Hyde-R M-yde, T Hussey R Hussey T King L Kampmann Kennedy W Kelly D Linton A Linton W Leahy L Lewis W Lewis M Lee G Lee R - Lee N Lee Y R M 'Kerras J M'Kenna G McElgunn T. Olle F J Olle C Olle FL F Pennyeuick J Pearson W Phelps H A Power J Radley P Rice P Sweetnam Rex Sweetnain Dr. ?Scott H . Twoiney F O'C. Underwood M Waller E Waller M Williamson C Williamson G Write to-day for Autumn and Winter --- Catalog ?' Satisfaction is guaranteed on every purchase, or we refund your money iii full. We pay freight on all drapery and clothing to any railway station in Victoria. Cut out the Coupon and mail NOW Name Address Dimmeys Model Stores" Railway Station, Richmond...

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