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SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNI. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

;H UNj-)AY SCHOOL PIONM TK'ose joining in the picnic tor the Lakes to-d^y in coiiti(ectkm with the All Saint's Sunday school are requested to meet at th-" Post Office at IT o'clock

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY JAN. 12, 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

COUNCIL. ] WEDNESDAY JAN. 12, 1916. \ Present:-Crs J G Chesswas (Presi . lent), H JST Beggs, F Bejgs, W ? MofEatt W A Kelly, J "White, P : iCruger. . An apology was read and accepted i !rom Cr A Olle for unavoidable ' ab : icenee. ! OORREPSOIS' DENCE. S Frpm the Country Roads Board, j Melbourne, stating that the provis S on# of the Local Government Act re j facing weights carried over roads ; :onld be made effective in connection \ nth the trouble caused by the carting j>f spalls over the Road in Purdeet by ;>Varrnambool Shire -Received, i From same, stating that specifica ; ions for contracts for supply of spalls in the Hamilton-Penshurst, Penshurst Camnut, jtnd Hamilton-Bunkeld i o»ids ^were considered satisfactory Received. v From same, asking that Shire * treasurer's signature be attached to jil&im for £73 15s 3d, in order that {.he amount could be passed for pay S^ent---To be attended to | From the Department of Lands ;|$>d Survey, stating that the matter of pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

SPECIAL VALUES NOW SHOWING AT J. A. BRIGGS'S Ladies' Dust Coats- . Cream, b!:W]<, Navy, Grey, Sicilian, usual price, 21s 6d Ifts (>d. x One Piece Dresses 'usuallv 7 s (k1, 10s 6d, 12s?.('id, 17s 6d, 21s N"w # lid, 8s lid, \9s Gd, 12s 6d, 15s 6d CoafDress 8kirt.s-14--yariis width, is lid Uudcrsjki^ts from 2s 6d A Large Assortment of Blouses, in silks, crepes, Muslins, will be keenly reduced. - All Milliliery will, be cleared this month at heavy redactions. - N6* wj'f hstandiitg 't:b'«v;;,^riioi',ii1d'u,s.. advances on the Home Market in iVlin 1 cite'per'"go'iids-1mm o0 Jd' 50 per' cent-pro vision was made, for big stocks of calicoes, sheetings, and 'which will be sold at old rates. - &£sr .'.fl0D5E: . fOft. . E>OOTV5 MARTIN . pen5hur5t. © gggggsggaKBB& ? D. McNEE, N . RAILWAY STORE. i f STEBET, PBWSHXTEST. .. ;;^;-vv¥r^doe]?ios. rc4.witli8tandihg the tliIry of obtaining imported lines we Slave a full supply iti this most, important department; Juality...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST VOLUNTEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

j Pi/NSHURST VOLUNTEERS. Mr Norman McNee who was recently accepted from a rary severe, examina tion for the Royal Garrison Artillery, . has refeutned home,' and goes to ' Queenscliff early next week. Mr P Kafcherall haa also passed the primary examination for .active service and journeys to Melbourne at.j-.aa early date for final examination.

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PRIME MINISTER'S ARPEAL. SUB-COMMITTEE APPOINTEDACTION OF COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

PRIME MINISTER'S ARPEAL. .» SUB COMMITTEE APPOINTED- | AO HON OF COUNCIL. On Saturday night last the commit tee recently elected to facilitate local matters in connection with the Prime Minister of Australia's appeal tor men in the country's'need, met at the Shire Hall for the purpose of electing a sub-committee as specified by the State War Oouncil. The first business dealt with , was the acceptance of the resignation of Mr D Cooper from the committee on account of the expressed desire of the Minister of < Defence that men of mili tary age be not appointed toj commit tees. / On the motion of Messrs Aitken and F Olle, it was decided that a sub-com mittee ot five bfi appointed comprising Crs Ohesswas, Kelly and Olle from ]?enshurst, Cr White from Dunkeld and Or H N Begga from Chatsworth, a.nd that their duties be to deal with the answers to the cards and inquire into thpee considered not satisfactory. A letter was received from the exec utive of the State Parliamentary Rec...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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RED CROSS MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

i HEt) CROSS Mi'NSTJREIi^.'; V j The Hamilton Red Cross ^Minstrel# paid Pens hurst a visit on ' Saturday night last, when a small audience as sembled at the Mechanics' Hall. Th« entertainment comprised selections by the Hamilton Fool Band, wbiela created a- good deal of amusement, a minstrel scene, v^hich xwas productive of several jokes having local reference and a concluding sketch, entitled, " A J .P. for a'Day," which was mosfc amusing. The Minstrels intend paying Penshurat another visit at an eahrly date.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

of 4portor O Aitken E Allen A Arnel B Bun worth D W Barufoid J Bnn>fo*d I) BungeJ Bunge P" . Collins ,) Cameron I) Cameron K Cameron J Cameron John Clark A Cook M Dangerfieid C Daiefe G ^ Davies F R : ; Do^vn E A, Dodds C Eales R Eales G Evans W Elmore S Eales J L GillesR G Grayson W Green G Green L Greig N Greig G George O Gunn R Groves G\ Hustler L Hyde 11 3 T, Hussey B) Hussey T King . L Kampmann F . Kennedy W Kelly 1) " Linton A Linton W Le&hy L Lewis W Lewis M Lee G Lee R Lee N . Lee V R >1 'Kerras J M'Kenna G McElgunn T. Olle F J Olle C Olle F L Pennycuick J Pearson W Plielps H A Power J RadleyP B k e P ,, , Sweetnam S\veetnam Dr. Hcott H l\vomey F O'C. Uiderwood M Waller E Waller M Williamson Williamson Bex FASHION <*> Gencrm DIMMEYSMODEL STORES Rwim Nation .RICHMOND .VIC Write to-day for Autumn and Winter Catalog Satisfaction is guaranteed on mry purchase, or we refund your money il full: We pay freight on all drapery and clothing to any railway s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

P(»WLIK&'P ALTON' ;;; ,;toco. Auetioaeors, Stock' &&& St&tion Agaats* J^NSiOftST. ,. f, ? Mtinilay, January li I'): i.so V. M. 'Phone So, It PC V/LI S 01 D ALTON & CO., through thai? Auctioneer, Mr James Dalton, Will sell by Public Auction at' their fort- : tojgbtlx S&cjr/fiafe on. the aboYo data as] follows» | ' *"" ?" ' ; Cattle.' ! ; ? ' sheep. ' .?,? "' .. j Agents fov ^'orth British a.nd Mereanile Insurance 0,o. .Ltd., and The . Truiteesl Exors. fitid Agency Go. Ltd.,' SnnBhine ' Harvester:. Co.-;.. ' 3 t Miwiarthnr--Mr V »FOX. Special Sale. PENSHURST "AlO N HAT .! A NT' A RY 17' 1»16 / : FO WLTXG, ALTON & CO., in con "jituctttu with ARCHIBALD, MAG iH.'R.LAKE & CO. (Warrnambooi) will hold ':!. Specifd Sale* of 'Sheep and Cattle .» the alioveadate, wh«u they will offer- j 1 , -100. . Crossbred '-Wethers, 2 i and 6 tooth", | . f.-.r ': . ; ?>'. . . '"i -let >Wuio Ewo's and Wethers, 2 tooth j &lt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

Only. Straw Color from Age. S^llk, fji S:SI-J 91 HHEE AH®' VEST 7H0LES0ME. A MSTHXEST ESTAmSBKV 0VE8 m YE Am, TRY On corner. FOR DRAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES GROCERIES, HARDWARE, v IRONMONGERY. MA Cognac The On£'ina! Housv? of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded ?.*779. A STRAIGHT TIF " DRIHK STEWAHTS f " Wh M HI IdE 8-# K. M. HYSLOP L.D.S., B.I).8. DENTIST. Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings Thomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Pew.sllill'st fortnightly, and; may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday. January 17th 1915, v-'MAiR^OTS'fREET, PENSKURST. E. OLLE GHBHERAI« BUTCHER, and BAEEE. HOTELS AND FAMILIES WAITI5D ON Dail ' FotiBrkvij DionmcitiES. Telephone No. 22 assess & . lihlilLP © ;f HN'JCS wan! <\l throughout tl\« ; "tti- . :i:snwpKllli For fcht> following ih:£x: liidcl .Milking Machines. ' Corbott. Williams' Oil IDtipinos. ' Corbett Williams' Chalteuuers. Wat t Bros." Oil . Engines. "Perfect;"' Cream Separators. "Favourite" (.'roam Separators. Sykes...

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PENSHURST TROTTING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

PENSHUjRST TRORTLNG CLUB | I ..... ..Xli'e SfrWefcary of the Pensharafc | GTrottii^g.jQlab, (Mr E. Olle) received 'notice fiom'tH^ Victorian Trotting Association that tlie datef asked for, 19th February, had been granted.

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THE Penshurst Sree Press PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 1916 Local and General News ORANGE BLOSSOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

THE . ''/?: pens burst 5ree press' PUBLISHED'EVKKY SATURDAY MOKNIKO SATURDAY, JANUARY' loxh, 1916 Local and General News j ORANGE. BLQSSOMS. . On Thursday .last a quiet wedddin# was celebrated at* St Joseph's 3J.C. Church, ! Penshurst, iho. contracting parties bwiag Miss Alio* Siu'ith, daughter of Mr and Mrs W. Smith, Kolor, Penshurst arid Mr B. King, of 11 ey wood, who is volunteering for active service with the Australian. Imper ial Forces- Mr .11. Dwyer acted as best man, and Miss Bessie Smith was brides I mairl. Kev.'j. Murphy was the officiating el frywjiu. Tha. bride Ajaa attired- in wj.,ta silk, and wore a crejim Tagel s,tra.w hat. trimmed with pansi.efi and aeroplane frill;- * She carried n pretty bridal bovquet of wLitft carnations and asparagus fern. 'lUie bridesmaid was daintily gowned in a tussore colored ailk poplin, relieved with blue, with hat 1o match.. The bride was the recipient of. many useful presents T.he'-happy couple left Penshuwt on their ' honeymoon trip wit...

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STATION MASTER'S PROMOTION [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

STA.TI0NMASTE1V8 PfoOMOTiON j It will be learned with mingled feelings by every citizen of Prnshurgfc and district that- Mr W James Lard uer, who has held the position of responsibility in charge of the lnoal Rail way Station for the past few ytifrtr*;, has received notice to ho.ld-himself in readiness for transfer within a few days. This news will cause very i&m pral regret from the fact thai it would I I be impossible to meet on* who haa j become uiorn popular bofcbjri the dis- j charge ot his duties and in Uis p.i'ivd.te j life. Nothing was evpiv'by h.imeniint^d J a trouble and notliitiar that ^r.r Lariin^r | could do for anyone ' '-mX* hHsitefcpd ! about. He is the most obl'i^sns 'I'-tn ! that could possibly hold artice in any j public position. At the »»me fcitxie of regretirig Mr liardner V d- pirtur^- hie! | many friends will bo a!ad to loam j that the move means p:nn\otin» and 1 the general hope is that promotion to,"j higher and higher.positions will con- j tinue to...

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PENSHURST TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

^| iPENSHURSTTENIUS CLUB. 1 A c6mraitteevmeeting of t be abore was held at the Shire Hall ou Wed nesday night, when the president, Mr I) Gi'cig presided. The secretary (Mr Decker) and Mr W .1 Schooling r«: ported ou the work of top dressing fche court wtiieh has just been completed, and it was decided that the accounts in connection therewith amounting to £9 2« be passed for payment. A motion that the natnes o£ all financial members be posted at the court on January 31st was agreed to It was resolved that to-day be fix^d a* open ing day, and that the competition take the form of mixed doubles. MrsGreig has kindly offered to provide afternoon .tea, and extends an invitation ro ail j members and friends to be present, j The remaining fixtures are as follow;- J January SJ2, men's arid ladies' doubles; ; January 29th and 31sa" open ; Fehrn- ( ary 5th, mixed doubles, eh<ise:> pm ;« ; ners I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

IHOW TO BREAK UP A COLD. It may be ft surprise to many fco barn that a severe cold cap be com jletely broken np in owe t»r. two days ]>«e. T<> do tins. however, prompt ;tion is necessary The first aymp >m of a cold is a dry Inod cough and |profu«>ft waterv.'disfjmrge f>om tbf >se. When Oh-rinb.-rlain's Oough is taken every two hours on Ip nppt'arnnce of- these symptoms p»uni.era'-tf the effect of the cold Id lestor^a th" system fo a healthy iHiiion within, a day or twp. Sold J G Cb<*sswH9, .PfBKhwst. UNSURPASSED. . f For the .qnio.Vt relief of all bowel complaints Chamberlain's Oo'ic aud TJiarrhoaa Remedy is uusurpass^d.' One or two doses of it are sufficient to check the attuek. It\ is not disagree* able to take Chamberlain's Oolicand Diarrhoea Remedy contains no astrin gent aud for that reason leaves the bowels in a na'ural condition. Sold, by J Gr Chess was Pensburst. I'; Money Spent in jSWINTOM'S j MANCHESTER JYEPAH.TMEHT is mone,j wis...

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MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

1 MECHANICS' INSjltOTIg" The adjournal »neetin<r oL>:t,heVi>m njittee of the ?Mt-chaMicsV;. I»«ti uto itook pfar* on day ni«{bt, when Mr ?bes*vk&# occupied .i.He cbair.. 1'be report of Mr Schooliri«r ori; the e-mi pietion »f lh^ ^iilmrd -ioom ^proving that tlie wwk h: <1 h vn satisfactorily ; performed, Mr JiryH»v:mo>t>d that the,] tGtal account® in the matter amount- ! in? to £58 17< 6tl. >OL^therKwitb £50 j to Mr Ku hi^ for rhe jMucjras'fe of the j he pnsv(>d for piyrnent. J\fr | Ureig -ecomlrd ihc n»o ion, wi>ijirh: AViis ! Carrie i. An -application ws -received i ?rotn tbe HhI Cross Minstrels, wl.u» i appeared *>u.Sa'.mHay tiiyh', tor a re |: deduction rn *h^ h .!l.r«,nt.t o win if to the j patriotic parpoaeiof tbe entertain ui»nt, I On the motion of Messrs Aitken and Greig, it was decided that the rent he reduced from BOs to £1. On the sotioi) of Messrs Grpjg and 3ryan it as decided that tbe date of the anrrn meet...

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LOCAL TELEPHONE SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

LOCAL TELKPHONE SERVICE The matter of continuous service in connection with the . Perishursfc px«'h»nt? came before the Mount Rouse Shir^ Council At i^s meeting ort Wed nesday, when it, was decided to defer action, pending »he result of the public ;meeting, * A fair attendance of sub »eri'he»-s met on, the same afternoon, in' r^spons^ to a public meeting to deal with the matter Mr Ohesswas wan appointed to the chair, and stated that h« had written th« Department in quiring how the revenue was made up and also, \vh?*t effect the doubling of the tollage would be likely to have upon the* situation. He explained that if the trunk line revenue was allowed tp appear in t.h* total business of the exchange the total amount must- . t>e considerably over that necessary to maintain a continuous service. There was a deficit of £60 nvntioni'd by the department, hut he was of the opinion | that the meeqirij* should write inquire inu for iiifoVntHtion similar to that which he himself sought. Mr...

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A NOBLE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

A NOBLE OFFICER. Iii last Tuesday's " Argus " the following appeared iument the dis tinguished conduct of ooe who is regarded as representing the best type of Australian soldier:-Leiufcenant Normanj,,Tames Greig eldest son of Mr and Mrs D Greig, Bank of Victoria Penshurst, was reported missing on July 12. According to-reports received from the commanding officer and other military officers of high rank at the front, Leiutenant Greig had displayed great bravery in taking a Turkish trench. He, with twelve men, had volunteered for this dangerous duty, and had accomplished the task, but were subsequently pushed by Tnikiih reinforcements. Lsiutenant Greig then ordered the retirement of his men while he himself, though wounded, covered tbeir retreat. The brave staad ! he made enabled his men to regain their trenches, though most of them were wounded, and some have since dif»d. When last seen Lieutenant j Greig was emptying his revolver at | the Turks, and was. either killed or t*ken priso...

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GUS ST LEON'S CIRCUS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

GUS> ST LEON'S CIRCUS. The above circus yrhicfe visited Penshurst last Monday alight, justifies the position of honor which it had been, accorded as the b&st circus tour ing the country There was a large attendance, and every turn was fully appreciated. Feats of muscular strength, superb horsemanship, and interspersing features of el«ver humor all tended" to in&k« the entertainment one of pleasure to all who attended The ciren's appeared at Caramut o Tuesday night where they also me with, a good house

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POSTAL TRANSFER. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

I POSTAL TRANSFER, Miss A KUtadderj whn has for nearly four years past been, in charge of the local post office is removing to a, similar position in Willautaf while. Mr "W H Mitchell, from Mortlake, takes over,the control of .. PenshurB.t office, jKRs's Kilfadder was pupalf^ j and her Strict attention to duty, apd the advancement! of the public inter ests in so far U lay iti her power made her highly esteemed and respect ed by townspeople. Mr Mitchell arrives-in.'three works' time, on ' the conclusion of annual holiday? which have just commenced, wheu. Miss 'Kitfed-dor will c- i; v 1 i.> j,pt v?}' £ > . her new sphere.

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PENSHURST BUTTER COY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 15 January 1916

"PENSHURST BUTTER COY. The usual monthly meeting of direc tors of the Pensh-ursfc Butter Coy. was held at the Factory on Thursday morn - log last when Mr J G. Chesswas presi ded over the following directors Mesar» J J Collins, M O'Leary, A Burster and A Mirtschin. It was | resolved that as it was rather late no ! action be taken with regard to the | butter embargo. During the month, | S5,651 lbs cream were received, and I the price paid to suppliers was at the rate of Is 2-£d per lb butter fat. Ac counts amounting to £1606 Is 10 s were passed lor payment.

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