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

CAN BILLIOUS ATTACK&BH AVOIDED Many people believe that billious attacks cotiae on suddenly. Such is not usually thejjcase. If you watch closely you will observe that your ap petite fails before the attack comes on When an attack is about due and you are not hungry at meal time, take two or three of Chamberlain's Tablets and the attack will be warded off. Sold by J G- Chesswas, Pensh rst. TO STAND THIS SEASON. AT PENSHURST THE BLOOD STALLION, DALESMAN. ^"^ALESMAN is a beautiful Bay Horse Jr' with black points, standing 16 hands 2 inhes high. By Adelong, from Lady iufus, by Rufus from Jjady Hamlet, by Hamlet from a mare by Boatman, from Imogene by King A.lfred, from Brownie by Premier, from a mare by Deladre. Dalesman is the winner of several races, also two first prizes at Pens hurst Show, and secend at Hamilton Champion Show. Terms : 3 3s to be paid when stinted, Guaranteed, <£4 4s. f Every care taken, but no responsibility. Apply to : ' ? ' -K. iHHSTLEK, ... PEN...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PENSHURST RED CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

PENSHURST RED CROSS The members'of the Red Cross so ciety met ia the Mechanics' Hall on Thursday to continue their good work of providing clothing and comforts for our wounded soldiers. Thirty six flannel shirtB, fifty pairs of knitted socks, and two suits pyjamas repre sented the work accomplished during the pas fc fortnight

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CALL TO ARMS. PUBLIC RECRUITING MEETING AT PENSHURST. URGENT NEED OF MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

THE CALL TO ARMS. PUBLIC RECRUITING MEET ING AT PENSHURST. / URGENT NEED OF MEN. The Mechanics, Fall at Pcnshurst was crowded on Saturday night last, when the platform appeal was -made in connection with the Prime Minis ters call to arms. The platform ' occupicd by Crs .T G Chessw^ (cbair man), Kelly and Oik Hon. Walter Manifold, M.Ii.C.' Mr H S Bailey, MjJL.A., recruiting sergeant P Pinkus, and Privates F L Olle and D Bamford The proceedings opened with the .National Anthem. Mr Manifold expressed sorrow at the necessity for additional recruiting meetings throughout Victoria, but the position must be faced. The Govern ment had promised 50,000 men and these men would h ive to be got by hook or by crook. They were deter^ mined to give the voluntary system every chance, but if men would not come forward voluntarily, other means would have to be employ«d, as the Federal promise would have to be re* de«med. The speaker, commencing, with the first days of August 1914, traced the course of...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEASIDE EXCURSION [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

SEASIDE EXCURSION Particulars are advertised in con nection with the -Perishursfc Seaside Excursion, which takes place on Wed nesday next. The train leaves Pens hurst station at a quarter to nine, and is ; timed to leave Port Fairy on the return journey at 7.15 p.m. Tares .ire the same as previously, namely, . adults, 3s 9d ; and children Is Id. The excursion offers exceptional oppor tunities for a children's trip, and a day's outing for the grown-ups at the same time. As ifc is certain that a . large number' will be travelling, ex cursionists are advised to secure their tickets early, and to beat thfl station in- time to secure comfortable accomo dation.

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

PENS HURST & DTSTRIOT TROTTING CLUB, ANNUAL MEETING. ' Held under the Victorian Trotting Association Rules. Saturday, Kbruarp 19 1916. Proceeds in aid of the Patriotic Fund. PROGRAMME 1. CLASS TROT, Handicap, for horses .with no better record than 3 minutes one mile. First horse /4, second horaej <£1, Nomination 5s. 2. MOUNT ROUSE TROT, of £7 Handicap. Open. First horse £&, second horse £1. One and a quarter miles, nomination 4s, acceptance 3s. 3. MEMBERS' HANDICAP TROT, of «£5. First horse £4, second horse .£1. One mile and a half. Horses to be bona fide property of members. Nomination. 5s. 4. PENSHURST HANDICAP TROT, of .£13. First horse. £12, second ;horse £1. One mile and a half.. Nomination 7s, ac ceptance 6s. 5. FLYING MILE HANDICAP, of £7. First horse .£6, second horse £1. I mile. Nomination 4s acceptance 3s. 6. HANDICAP TROT, of £Q. For horses tliat have not received more than gflO in any one stake, and have no better record than 2.50. First horse ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

f PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED , Notice appears by1 advertisement in this issue that the partnership between New Jewan Singh and Dava Singh has been dissolved by mutual consents Accounts owing to the partnership must be forwarded to Messrs Connelly Tatchell and. Dunlop, solicitors, of Kerang, but no money must be paid, to eithei"bf the individual partners.

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

SPECIAL VALUES NOW SHOWING- AT J. A. BRIGGS'S Ladies' Dust Coats Cream, black, Navy, Grey, Sicilian, usual price, 2ls 6d for. 16s 6dr One Piece Dresses usually 7s 6d, 10s 6d, 12s 6d,- 17s 6d, 21s Nuw 4s lid, SsHd, 9s6d, 12s6d, 15s 6d ?oat Dress Skirts-1J yards width, is lid UHderskirts from 2s 6d A Large Assortment of Blouses, in silks, crepes, Muslins, will be keenly reduced.' All Millinery be cleared this month at heavy deductions. . " Notwithstanding the jBnormous advances on the Home Market in Manchester goods-from 30 to 50 per cent-rpro vision was made for big stocks of calicoes, sheetings, and flannelettes .which will be sold at old rates. .'?3* ifiEST -'.I1SD5E . Tor. . E>00"J\5 .MARTIN 5T . PENSHUR5T; <s> . .IcIBI, y:^:.-UnA^LWAY'STVRE^'' : . ; BELL STBEET, PENSHTOST. ''/<? Groceries. ^ctwithst&iidiiig the difficulty o( obtaining imported lines we -have a full supply in this most important department. Quality is our watch-word. Prices are ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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FAREWELL SOCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

FAREWELL SOCIAL There should be a record attendance aft the Mechanics' Hall to night to do honor to Mr and aind Mrs Lardner, on tha occasion of their departure for Maroona. The evening's entertain^ meat will take the form of a vocal and instrumental programme, arrangement of which has been in very capable hands. The presentation of a cheque from tha public will be made by Or J G Ohesswas, and it is also understood that All Saints' Church intends recog nising in a small way the good work of the guests at the same time. Re freshments are being provided by the ladies, and a combined effort is being made to give the guests a most enjoyable evening.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. PENSHURST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. PENSHURST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ANNUAL MEETING. FThe annual meeting of the Penshurst St. Andrew's Preshyterian Church took place on Tuesday evening when the meeting took the form of. a social evening, the Rev. R Foulkes Parry presiding. Printed balance sheets and reports from the various organisations connected -with th« church were circu lated among t lie members present, one of the creditable features iii connection with this being a/ Roll' of Honor,~ which shows that tbose Presbyterians;" who have gone to fight in their coun try's cause hare not been forgotten by: their Mother Churoh. " As treasurer, Mr D Greig read the the balance sheet whioh showed that alter extraordinary expenditure amounting to over i£30, and having granted their minister an' additional £25 on account of the exceptional year thfe position of the church was a debit balance of £10 18s l'Od. Since the closing of the financial year, seven al sums, which should have been in hand for inclusion ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC, TROTTING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

PATRIOTIC, TROTTING RACES A committee meeting of the Pens hurst Trotting Club was held at the Prince of Wales Hotel on Thursday night, ' Mr A. Olle presiding. The following officers were elected for the control of the patriotic race meeting, which takes place on February 19 Judges, Messrs A Olle and T Tobin 'j sfcewards, Mr Allan Olle (president), Messrs W B Richie, J DaVton, and H R Clark (vice-presidents), and Messrs D J. Walsh,J'Whitehead, P M'Gloin, H Luca?, P. Rentsch, W M'Gloin, W J Archboid, E Milligah, E D Ross, P Crowe, T Tobin, B Gannon, J D For sythe, J Waller, and R Bunworth starter. Mi J Whitehead; timekeeper, Mr R D Ross* The paatter of appoint ing clerk of course,'clerk .of'scales and gatekeepers was left with the president and secretary. The disposal of the luncheon booth was left in the hands of Mr Daitoh and the secretary. Ow ners are requested to note that nomi nations for all events close with, the-: secretary (Mr E. Olle) on Wednesday evening next ,s . . .

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PURDEET. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

PURDEET. I . Our Purdeet correspondent writea : -In, the afternoon of the 26th inst a grasp fire broke out in Mr James Cameron's property *it Purdeet. With a stiff south east wind blowing, the fire spread rapidly. Much thanks is due to-the alertness of the residents who quickly extinguished the outbreak The loss of grass is a small one, only about ten acres of Mr.Cameron's and two acres of Mr J Sharrock's being burnt. 0 On the 28 th a cool change was wel comed throughout this district about 80 points of steady rain falling in 24 hours. It will be greatly relished at water was badly needed by househol ders. The weather continues fresh atad damp.

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

FOWLING DALTON ; AND 00. Auctioneers, Stock and Station Agents, WBNSHUfiST. Tuesday, February li AT 1.30 P. M; . 'Phone No. 1? . j)OWLING D Alton & co., through 1 ? their Auctioneer, Mr James Dalton, sell by Public Auction at their fort <yhtly Stock sale on the above date as i Alows: :. Cattle; 'I Sheep. ;V Agents for North British and Mercanile asurance Co. Ltd., and The Trustees, '.xors. and Agency Co. Ltd., Sunshine -larvester Co. Aaeni at Miacarthur-Mr P FOX. This favorite spirit is, and always .h«t< . 'e:;eJusivo.lv. A.XTJF2i'C* /ru\Kl:*b ]N HOLLA N' inas much' as'-c prtajTi.v.R).:ilu:!Oi)s . jvorsous x.viV circ.uiato't KA i.^ iv vC j-ji-0ii'TS . ?c6iic«niii.'; " <:V "-'(.''or'N'i'jyv OF "ACANi'iPAC'i'.l':": (iWOLFE'S' ,'sCUN'APPf-. "!vi> siii(ic thfc i it: 1 ;it' i o i) v o t'; . s ;u- li: s 1P- n d crs, - se ll VimI CJi'lJTlI'MCATKS of OJITGEN Tumi I he 751IITJSLI J' kO-COi\o U L at TtUTTJJiiDAM, HOLLAND. ;'or each < ship...

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

FOR DRAPERY, BOOTS, SHOES GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRONMONGERY. K L.D.S., B.D.S. DENTIST, Tel. 172. Tliorold Buildings Thomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Fensliiirst . Ifcigbtly an or may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5p.in, Richie's hotel, o Monday. February 7th 1915, MARTIN STREET, PENSHTJRST. 71 and BAKER. HOTELS and FAMILIES WAITED ON Dail FOE Bread DELIVERIES. Telephone No. 22 ^vgMEW I ?Vt>iCNTS wanted througrhoxit the Com monwealth for the following lines: Kicirl Milking Machines. Corbett Williams' Oil Engines. Corbett Williams' Chaffcutters. Watt Bros.' Oil Engines; "Perfect" Cream Separators. "Favourite" Cream Separators. Sykes' Animal Medicines and Veterinary Outlits. Kotary Water Pumps. "Unique" Milk Pumps. Jtidd Spray Pumps. "Unique" Boiler frames. Kidtl Cleansing Powder. liidd "Foster-Mother" Calf feeders. Ellis' Keystone Threshing Mills. Milk and Cream Cans. Grindstones. Engine and Separator Oils. AGENTS WANTED THROUGHOUT THE COMMONWEALTH. Liberal Terms an<l ...

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LOCAL TERRIER'S SUCCESS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

LOCAL TERRIER'S SUCCESS At fclie Foundation Day Gup meeting of the Hamilton Terrier Coursing Club, held on Monday last, the chief ? e.vent was carried off by Mr T. Page's Uncle, Sam after many creditable performances. Mr Page donated £2 to the Hamilton Hospital from his fortunate win. .

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THE Penshurst Sree Press PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1916 Local and General News TROTTING RACES BOOTHS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

: . THE ; J>ensf?urst 5ree press I 1 . ' PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1916 Local and General News ^-. TROTTING RACES BOOTHS Messrs Povvling, Dalfeon and Oo on Monday sold to Mr J W Shalders, of Tahara, the privilege of the publican's booth, in connection with the patriotic race meeting ot the Pen&hurst Trot ting Club, to be held on 19th Feb., the price offered beipg £10.

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

SyJE Moll of Honor iAitken E Allen A Arnel B Bunworth D W Bamford J Bamford D Bunge J Bunge P Collins J Cameron D Ca,raeron K Cameron J Cameron John Clark A Cook M pangerfieid C Davies G ^ 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 O Gunn R Groves G Hustler L Hyde R Hyde T Hussey R Hussey T King L Kampmau n F Kennedy W Kelly D Linton A Linton W Leahy L Lewis W * i Lewis M Lee G Lee R Lee N- ' Lee V R M 'Kerras J M'Kenna G McElgunn T. Olle F J Olle C OileFL Pennycuick J Pearson W Phelps H A Power J Radley P Rice P Sweetnain Rex Sweetnam Dr. Scott H Twomey F O'C. Underwood M Waller E Waller M ^ Williamso Williamson 3 Grades "IS DELICIOUS," ?Sold by Storekeepers1 Red, Green and Violet (besO wu iT'iy iS GUARANTEED TO CURE YOU®* 0 $ V**T OR YOUR . 'MONEY' BE RETURNED. Ask fpr FilZ'2 VlATiC MONTH'S TREATMENT Only 5/0 , griv.^3T. fi FROM ALL ST08EKKEPERS AND CHEMISTS UNSURPASSED.. For. the quick relief...

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

Only a few clays' heat, and yet we are commencing to wind up the Summer Display Season Splendid Stocks of Season able sought-after necessities for everyone ai; drastic reduc tions. WHITE DRESSES BLOUSES, UNDER WAR' OCR SETS, etc., ; , at about half usual prices Free. Free. Given Away We have a limited supply of 2s editions of music, whir we intend to give away to GASH CUSTOMERS purchasii goods to the value of 5s and upwards. Remember these a given away absolutely free. Qome and free lor yourselves what we are ottering-you wi not be forced to buy/ piwfcs-Light Grounds 3s lid, ci«rk grounds, 4s lid, 5s lid, 6s 'lid aoz. Zephyrs, Crimps, etc, Jusfc fche thing foi; the children'# ^chool wear, 4s llcf, 5s lid, 6s U ^ ^ z* EMBEOIttBllIBb AT OLD CHEAP KATES jSfow is tlio time to secure your require ments. Notwithstanding the advance of from 25 to 50 per cent, during the past I month, we have decided to offer tl e whole | of our stock, at prices that must .soon ; make a clearance. , 500 yds...

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OFFICIAL EXPLANATION [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

OFFICIAL EXPLANATION 1 'Reference was made on Wednesday by chairman of the central recruiting committee to a report that a recruiting sergeant had been fined £2 by a Roroit" ben' h for having told people they had, ," cold Ho said thftt his Committed | knew xi othing about-caso in cjuestioa, j apavt from the newspaper reports, about the so-called sergeant. No one of the name given had been employed by his committee put of the 300 sergeants who had been sent out.

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RECRUITING RECRUITING OVERDONE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

RECRUITING RECRUITING- OVERDONE At the Koroit Police Court a few days ago, T. F. Macnaniara, a recruiting ser geant, was charged with having used insulting language in a public place It was alleged that during an interval At a patriotic concert in December, when there were about 50 persons outside the Mechanics' Hall, Macnamara drove up and asked them why they did not enli&t. He called the people from Hamilton to Koroit " cold feet," " cowards," " curs," " swine/' and used other language, which would hardly bear repetition. The crowd was so exasperated that had no.fc the police been.1 present, the car would have been rushed. Defendant did not appear. He was fined 40s, or 14 days' imprison ment.

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LOCAL ACTIVITY [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916

LOCAL .ACTIVITY. Daring the - past eouple; of weeks, the wave of enthusiasm,that has been passing ( ovo'v lis ;has lieoaj responsible. for quite'ii guod uumber of Pontshiirst volunttseis. Jt is interesting to note, that .the total ; numbei of volunteers from Pens')urst and district' aimmHts to ;ovor 80. -wluoh- -will, compave favorably with-- any ether-1 mn ot thit size. Those who^ hav^ passed the ;nedioa,l fcxamination for fitness witnin the past few weeks are A rthin- 01. le, Goorge . Dunbar. C.-^G. .?Ubastoiv Ji Hv-William-, Eric Haulch,. Mat Bardbiij Perv>v L.iles-j Yr. Lane, PI ill Dunbar. JPlajeis taking p.-trtj/i the linked doubles c (M.poi.ithjM ,Ht; tiiejo^al tern is cou!t are .'cqu-'srefi r.o. no c t:n;u (lie. |j ^me,of st'i iin^ is 2 p.ni;

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