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TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

. TENNIS - ? . : ' ' 1 :i Men's and ladies' doubles torined. the competition engaged in by the members of the Penshurst Tennis club, on Saturday last. The men's event "iraa won by Messrs J Aitken and D Cooper while Misses I Greig and E Madigan were successful in the ladies' competition. To day has been left pen for the players to make their own ar rangements.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ANNUAL MEETING DISCLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

PENSHUBST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. ;-- : JLN^UAL MEETING DISCLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR. The annual meeting of the Pens liurat Mechanics' Institute and Free Library attracted only a smail number ? of subscribers. The chair was occu pied by the president, Mr T. G. Chess ; was. The balance sheet was read, shoeing that .the receipts totalled .£20113s Id, included in irhioh were the following amountsSubscrip tions, £28 Os 8d; rent of hall, £65 16s; billiards, £68 6s; Government grant, £9 lis 8dj proceeds from concerts, £11 lis 6d; claim paid for loss by fire, £18" The expenditure amounted to £168 7s. Id, which re duced the bank overdraft from £67 6s 2d last year to £84 Os 2d this year. The auditors (Messrs D. Walls and 0. Dean reported that all accounts and books had been correctly kept, and all snoney regularly accounted for. The following report was made by the committee to the subscribers for the year's work Considering the extreme conditions prevailing, we hav« had a very successful year's ...

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BETTER THAN CASTOR OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

BETTER THAN 01ST0R OIL. , Disorders of the stomach and eon stipation are tbe most common com plaints with children. To correct them you will find nothing better than Chamberlain's Tablets. A dose at bed time will do the work and wi'l make your child bright and cheerful the following morning.* Half a tablet is sufficient for a child under ten years. Don't punish your children by giving them castor oi|. Chamberlain's Tab lets are better and more pleasant to take. Sold by J G- Chesswas, Pens j&tirst.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

SPECIAL VALUES NOW SHOWING AT J. A. BBIGGS'S ^ ? i. . V Ladies' Bust Coats Cream, black, Navy, Grey, Sicilian; usual price, 2ls 6d for 16s 6(L One Piece Dresses usually 7s 6d, 10s 6d, - 12s 6d, 17s 6d, 21s Nuw 4s lid, 8s lid, 9s 6d, 12s 6d, 15s 6d ?oat Dress Skirts-li yards width, is lid Underskirts from 2s 6d A^arge Assortment of Blouses, in silks, crepes, | Muslins, wili be keenly reduced . ,../A)[i[.;|Iiilin,ery- will be' cleared this month at heavy '-?reductions. ,,, ? ? - .. h " Notwithstanding- the enormous advances on the Koine ^Market ia Mjinchefeter goods-irom <50 to 50 per cent--pro i-vi|ipn. was^ made lor big stocks of calicoes, sheetings, and ' 'flannelettes which will be sold at old rates. £>£ST .,J1©.D3E: . Foft. . D00Ts5 J^ARTIN-ST . PEHSHUR5T, unfiuman i u n^nnaim D. McNEE, RAILWAY STORE. B3LL SSEBST. rSHSKUIlST. Groceries. .Notwithstanding rl.e dii'iieu.!ty o! obtaining imported lines we v have a. fun supply in this most important department. 'Quality ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

Sfracbmi iRurrap and SDannon Prwrittarp, limited aE&liUw'G- and BRANCHES WOOL & GRAIN BROKERS LAND, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. SfcooK and Land Sales conducted in any part of the State. "Wool Sales &sH every week ?( during1 the Season. * NO CHARGE FOR STORAGE Representative for PEN SHURST and . , . , j MSTBTOT'? "Mr. W A.KELLY, : WHo^will work in Conjunction' .witk:: the ?teelong Branch. AH business entrusted to him will receive strict attention. '* TO tiTA'ND- THIS SEASONAT - PENSHtJRST ;; ' THE BLOOD SfALLION, DALESMAN, ALE SM AN is a foeautif ul Bay Horse Jf with bJaek points, standing 16 hands 2 inhes high. By Adelong,' from Lady tufus, by Kufus from Lady Hamlet, by Hamlet from a iiiasiB by Boatman, from Imogene by King Alfred, from Brownie by Premier, from a mare by Deladre. Dalesman is the winner of several races, also two1 first prizes . at Penshurst Show. and secernl at Hamilton Champion Show. Terms : 3 3s to be paid when stinted, Guaranteed, £A> 4s....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

Stone Jars Only. Straw Color from Age. sms ' ?1 CUBE AM® ¥E®Y WHOLESOME. ©ISTHLElf ESTAM.ISEKIS ®V13S S35 T£AS®, On the corner. FOR DRAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. mM I BBS D 9& * H ICb Hm ^SmP ' Pons French Gnp» '.BRAN DY Cognac The Original House of STEWART, Edinburgh Founded "779. ^ ^ STRAIGHT TIP 1 t ' .. DRINKLSTEWART8 I " i M v .; -O U:}\%\ >*s-: K. L.D.S., B.D.8. DENTIST, Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings Thomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Penshurst ftightly an or may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5p.m, Richie's hotel, o Monday. February 7th 1915, MARTIN STREET, PENSHUBST. E. OLLE GENEHAI. BATCHER, stud BASER. . tlOTELS AMD FAM1LIE8 WAITED ON DAIL FOB Bread DELIVERIES, Telephone No. 22 o fWHii I §»u ® A(«HNTS wanted throughout the rnonwcalth for the following lines: Kidd Milking Machines. Corbett. Williams' Oil Engines. (Jorbett Williams' Chaft'cutters. Watt Bros.' Oil Engines. "Perfect" Cream Separators. "Favourite!" Cream' Separators. Sykes' An...

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ON HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

| ON HOLIDAYS t n t I -,-r. (jQustable Kierce having obtained; annual leave is now in the company of his wife enjoying a well .earned-) holi day, which is being spent iti the met ropolis, "Constable McDonald has been appointed Constable; Kierce's reliever ' '' V

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THE Penshurst Sree Press PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY MORNING. SATURDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1916 Local and General News POSTAL HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

| ^ ~~T- ... I THE . . Pensfyutst 5ree press PUBLISHED EVEKY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANUARY 29fcha 1916 -W^---ZUUJ--O--W-A Local and General News POSTAL HOLIDAY. Monday next will be observed as a. holiday at the local post office, when, the usual holiday conditions will pre vail. The office will be closed to the public at noon, and there will be only one delivery of mail-the morning.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

foil of I) on of rf <>J Aitken E Allen A >; /' AtneltB BunwBrth 0 W Bamford J Bamfcd D . Bunge J BungeP - - Collins J Cameron D Cameron' K Cameron J G&j$eron John ? Clark A Cpok M Jjjiangerfieid C ,. -Dories G avies F R Down E A fiodds C Elales-R Eales-G Evans W Elmore. S ... . Eales J L Gilles R G Grayson W Green G Green, L .Xxreig-N-'^;-; Greig G QeorgeO/ Gunn R , Groves. G Jffusfcler : L HydeR Hyde T : "^Hussey.lR - v "Husaey T ^ r y'King +:JL/'" ' Kdiitpniann ; F? Kennedy . WV.*4 , ;K4tty T) Linton A 1 ' ^ rLiii,ton W_.. Leahy L , : .. Lewis W^:;"'. * Lewis M >;i\ tv 'Lfee;R;;.;;; ' /Lee^T . ; Lee l^R-\ 1 ; ^ ! . : M«Kenija;,^:.'' ! »tinn Tl Olle F J ^ Qlle C Penny cuickJ Pearsori W Phelps HE A ;/;? Power J . _ Radley P Rice P Sweetnam Rex ' Sweeitnam Dr. Scott H Twomey F O'C. XJnderwood M Waller E Waller M Williamso Williamson JtESBHBa^SE FASHION $ General DiMfeTO MODEL STORES RAILW STATION .RICHMOND .VIC Write to-day for Autumn and Winter Catalog ? ...

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RECRUTTING [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

UEO RUTTING An ini pot: taut mooting 'will -bo' hold : in thft Mebh;i!pics':'.i-iall':toMnglit, when the platform i\ppenl i'or niqn tprespond ,to the country's call \v,ij] mnclf*. The local recxuiiting commifcUitt havo done everything in their power.- to make the meeting a suc cess, and it only remains for the towns people to show their sympathy with'! the appeal by attending in large numbers. The speakers will be Mr H S Bailey, M.L.A. and Hon Walter 3 Manifold M .L.C. Mr J Cr Chesswas, president of the Shire and the Recruit ing Committee, will occupy the chair.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

PENSHURST TROTTING CLUB The patriotic meeting cf the Pens hurst. Trotting Club to be held on 19tli February is advertised in this issue. Entries close on Wednesday, 9th February, and nomination forms are now obtainable. This club, by the support it has received in the past has proved itself the representative of a popular sport in this district, and the fact that the whole of the profits are to be divided amongst the patriotic funds should ensure a greater measure of support than ever. The secretary ; (Mr E Olle), and assistant secretary (Mr G J Olle) backed by a strong j working committee can be relied on ; to have everything thoroughly up to1 the mark and a very successful meet ing should ensue. The booths will be sold by Messrs Fowling Dalton, and Co on Tuesday next particulars appearing in their advertisement. HOW TO BREAK UP A COLD. It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be com pletely broken up in one or two days time. To do this, however, prompt; action ...

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CLEARS OUT THE GERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

CLEARS OUT THE GERMS. I When, you have a cold culture beds for the germs of pneumonia and other diseases form in the throat. If Cham berlain's Cough Remedy is taken at the first symptom of a cold there is no danger of pneumonia or other infec tions, for being an expectorant it., cleara out these culture beds thus pre venting germs getting into the system. For that reason alone Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the best medicine you can use for colds. Sold by .7 G Chess was, Penshnrst.

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LEASE OF PENSHURST LAND [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

LEASE OF PENSHURST LAND Messrs T H Laidlaw and Co. ad vertise that they will receive tender# for a term of 2 years, 237 acres known as " Stirkfield," situated within a mile of Penshurst, also 266 acres adjoining " Stirkfieid." Tenderers can tender for either lot separately or for the whole. The property comprises all rich agricultural, fattening and dairy ing land, being securely fenced and abundantly watered by springs, wind mills and dams. Tenders are return able not later than 31st January 1916, and possession will be given immedi ately, Readers who are desirous of visiting Mr K. M. Hjrslop, surgeon dentist, are requested to.note that he may be consulted at Richie's hotel on 7th February, the date of his next visit.

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OLD COLONIST'S DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

- OLD COLONIST'S DEATH. Mr D Greig, the esteemed manager of the Bank of Victoria Penshurst, suffered a severe loss by the death of his mother, which took plaefe at her home in Albert Park on Saturday last The highly respected position which Mrs Greig held in the suburb of her home is illustrated by the following paragraph, which appeared in the " Argus" of Tuesday last The death on Saturday of Mrs Isabella Greig, of Albert Park, at the age of 86 years removed a very old colonist. Mrs Greig and her late husband, Councillor James Greig, of Emerald Hill, arrived froin Scotland in 1852. Mrs Grei^ was-a. well known personality in South Melbourne, and the flags at the South Melbourne Town Hall and other pub lic buildings were flying at r half-mast out of ; respect for her^ memory. The .many friends and?associates of Mr and Mrs Greig and . family in Penshurst district express their deepest t-yni patiiy . wi ij Ihe bsreaved ones in shcir loss. . r . t

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HEAVY RAINFALL [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

HEAVY RAINFALL Thursday morning promised a ve*y { hot, dusty and disagreeable day, which ' promise was fulfilled till late In the j afternoon; when the atmo .phere grew /decidedly cold. During the night rain commenced to fall, and continued heavily throughout the night. with slight showers spreading over yester day. For the 2,4 hours ended at 9 ' a.m. yesterday 84 points were regis r.tered'ar< the Shire guage. The rain was of a very beneficial nature, and it is hoped that the steady fall will do . a great deal of good throughout the .country.

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WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

WELCOME HOME. At the inyitation of Mr and Mrs Walter Smith, a large number of young people, friends of Mr and Mrs Bernard King, met in the Mechanics' Supper-room on Tuesday night to wel come home the young couple who have recently returned from their honey moon. The evening's pleasure took the form of a dance for which Miss Dunbar (piano) and Mr P McGloin ' (violin) provided excellent music. The duties of M.C. were capably carr ried out by Mr S Phillips. A bounti ful supper was served by Mr and Mrs Smith and family. A. very enjoyable evening was spent by all who attend ed.

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UNSURPASSED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

-' XTNSUKPASSEI). For fchu quick ,:ehuf of nil bow© j complaints Chamberlain's Colic and j Diarrhoea Kemedy is unsurpassed. I One or two doses are sufficient to j check the attack. It is not disagree able to take Chamberlain, s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, which 'contains no astringent, and for that reason leaves the bowels in a natural condition. Sold by J G- Chess was, Penshurst.

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SHEEP STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 29 January 1916

SHEEP STEALING. __ « ___   At the Penshurst Court on Monday,   before Messrs J G- Chesswas and Thos Leahy, J'sP., John Surkitt appeared on remand of a charge of having stolen one sheep; the property of James   Cameron Purdeet, and valued at 40s, SuptRnox prosecuted, and accused who pleaded guilty wss defended by Mr S I Silberberg. .> Jatoes Cameron, grazier,, Purdeefc, deposed . I owri a property at Pur deet and one of the paddocjcsxis known as Number Eleven. I know accused slightly, and also know his sister, Mrs McKenzie/with whom he lives. There is a one-chain road between her prop erty and the one-referred to. I had 73 crossbred.ewes and wethers in my paddock. On 18th January I sent my son Ronald to count*1 the sheep in Number:Eleven paddocks I never gav& the accused authority to take any of ray sheep, nor did I sell him any. The value of the sheep, taken would be 40s. : $ vv ' Harold Oameron, son of the previous witness, said : O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

Cottrill & Edwards, GENERAL PLMBERS, TISNMITHS AMI . ' MILLWRIGHTS. - ^ BELL STREET PENSHURST. WINDMILLS ERECTED; HOT AND COLD . WATER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN- . .'ACETYLENE GAS. ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS AND WELL DRILLERS. i Cycles Repaired and all Requisites kept in stock. - Tanks all 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, Blackstone Oil Engines., Lite Insurance Co. of ' Australia Mu ual Fire Insurance ;Co.. PHONE 28. - OBiDEKI DIRECT' PEOM T1-H MANUFACTURES SAVE MIBDIaEMiUtfSv P^OTIT BRUCE & MCLURE* PTY. LTD., " ' ' ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, 1R0B, SRASS WARRNAKBOOL. _ ' " AND .. ' Next Ed lick's Blacksmith Shop. A First-Class PLUMBER and WINDMILL EXPERT is employed, Orders will be taken for Windmills, Motor Engines, Power Working Milk Pumps, Patent Double-valve and Ordinary Well and Bore I, Pumps, Saw Benches, Steam Boilers, Water Cart...

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PENSHURST STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

PENSHURST STOCK REPORT. + Fowling, Dal ton and Co report a fair yarding of both cattle and sheep at their fortnightly sale on February 1st Prices of sheep were well up to the ruling rates. Quotations: ewes and wethersj mixed, 23* 9d, come back wethers, 25s 6d, ewes and lambs, 17s 9d, store pigs, 43% fat cows, £11 I 178 6d, £11 Is and £11 5s, cow and calf, £18 12s. We sold on account of the following vendors:-Messrs T Williams, R D Itoss, J McLeod, T Aberline, L Edwards, M Ernst and D Walsh During the week private sales were affected on account of the follow ing vendors: D Mclnnis, J . A Mor rissey, James Thomas, D Thomas, L M Sharrock, James Slattery:

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