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RESPONSES TO THE CALL [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916
RESPONSES TO TH.fi CALL Speaking at the A.N, A. Banquet at the exhibition builaing, Melbourne, Senator Pearee ertid that Australia bad sent 134,000 men to' the front, andl that there were over 50,000 inen in* training in Australia at the present time. Following, last week s figures over Australia :-Vic toria, 1,625; New South Wal&lt;*s, 1,439; Queensland. 770; South Australia, ?»86.
MECHANICS COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916
MECHANICS COMMITTEE The first meeting of the . committee J of the Penshurst Mechanics' Institute I newly elected by the subscribers at -the recent annual meeting took place X)n Tuesday evening, when Mr Madi ~gan was voted to the chair pending the election of president.' Considera tion of an appoiniment to this position resulted in Mr J. G Chesswas, the re tiring president, being asked to take '^office once more. This Mr [Chesswas consented to do. and returned suitable .thanks for the honor. The following fore other officers elected,vice presi ufiftt, Mr J-B Bryan ; treasurer, Mr D Greig; book committee, Messrs Greig, Aitken and Bryan; billiards com mittee, Messrs Kierce, Madigan, Collins, and ? Edwards ; finance com mittee, Messrs Chssswas, - Madigan, Greig, and Collins. The treasurer (Mr Greig) reported that" the receipts for the^month were £17 3a 6d, and the expenditure £121 7s 6d, which includ ed £109 on account of the building additions and repairs and the instalJa-' . ^i^n' of ...
ATTACK SUDDENLY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916
- ATTACK SUDDENLY. Colic and diairhoeav always ;;ktitack suddenly and must be stopped promptly Consider the suffering. that must be-1 endured until a physician, arrives or riiedicine can ,1)6 -obtairittd. Clya,mberr Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea , ?-Remedy gives immediate reli-.f and' .it1 seldom, ink^s mo-re than a couple of dose3 t-a completely check'the attack. Sold?by J G Ch^'sswiis, P'iii?hurst. ' r , Mr'Iv M' Hy'dop1, > visis'ibg ' dentist .from Hamilton. max; ,be copsijlted at ' the Penabnirtsu Horei orr Monday next, i ' , /"
ECONOMY [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916
. ECONOMY Cranr'p colkv*nd diarrhoea cap K , prompilv reliev &lt;i by . 'Cbamberir-mV mihJ I?Marfrhona.ftemedy As plaii. ?>r5ut&lt;d direulili'ii" accompany s . each b h'If. y r>u>iii[iuMiistfd by;-, h-.v oaembfr of the. fnuiily. . It is economy to kec*}:- OiMtnibfr.ain's 0 lie .: arid I>ia: i h . a H«me&lt;lv m fch" bouse. It fr«.&lt;? npv^r ii f>iV,lc .own bo .fail1 even in 1 Hiirl &lt;] .up o Si'ia' ii J G Gh> s was, . Peushu rat., i
HAS WON CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 5 February 1916
HA s WON O.)N nam CS. ms'ieines containing opium or other narcotics «iver>nlytemporary creMe.fi Once ^he (-fleet of thn narcotics is^gone the cough as b an tyer. 0 hamher la in V Cough EVm^d y contai us .110 narcotic but n relieves the innga, aids expe«*toriUi6rr. »H«yf coughing by healing the iiiflaraed j»ir .passages- You don't ni'ed. a long course of tr&lt;-'atmeut for a cooyh when you une Chami-er : Iain's Cou^h Remedy, /-Fh* first Most gives vHiefyh'd rt' taken « neroi'diri^ to direel'ions the cold will h;»ye dis» p, peared in a j*v/ifp|e of - Sold by J (r' Cht-sswus;; PenshurHt. ^ , M rcTornrny A.»>erwue2 advertises it« this issue ihat -htv has cheap goods ntor .sale. ? V. '- ?;=' ?..'v ?. Vvv ?" . -:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
. Cottrill &. Edwards, A 8 .? " ' - ' GENERAL PLMBERS, tbnmitbs AND BELL STREET PENSHURST.. .' WINDMILLS ERECTED. HOT AND COLL ' WATER SERVICES UNDERTAKEN- . ACETYLENE GAS, ELECTRIC BELL FITTERS AND WELL DRILLERS. . Cycles Repaired and ail Requisites kept in stock. ranks all sizes, best heavy orb Iron at city prices, H.P, Taps and all garden requisites in stock. . 1 A 'Trial ' Solicited. Agent for Bryan Bros', Webb's and Alston's .Windmills, ackstone Oil Engines. Lite Insurance^ Co. of Australia ^Mu uai Firfe Insurance Co. , * . -PHONE 28. . ' ORBEK, DIU&CT TROW THE ^ MANUFACTURE^ SATE MXDDLSM&ITS1 PE.OFIT , BRUCE & M-CLURE PTY- LTD-> ' . ) ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MAKUFA6TURERS, IROM, BRASS ; -- WARRNABBQOL.. - ' . . AND t ' / ..,?; \'? i",^ ,' Next JSdli-ch's Blacksmith Shop. A First-Class PLUMBER and WINDMILL EXPERT is, employed, ,n& Orders will be taken for Windmills, Motor Engines, Power Working lieads, Milk Pumps, Patent: Double-valve aM P...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
SPECIALIST ... IN ACQUIRED DISEASE . Dr. LEGER ER30N .. 157 Collins Street . I-IOUKS: 11 A.M.; 2 TO 4, 7 TO 8 P.M. . TEL. 3410Cent.; 51 Windsor. The WORLD FAMED SALVARSAN (606-914) (now almost unprocurable) cav be secui'ed here. MARK MORRIS, METROPOLITAN3 MEAT MARKET. NORTH MELBOURNE, " » - ?? 1 ? x. WHOLESALE MEAT SALESMAN, COMMISSION AND EXPORT AGENT RECEIVES CARCASES OF PORK, VEAL, AND BEEF FOR SALE. .Carriers Meet All Country Trains. Consignments can be forwarded any day in the week. . . &lt; » SALES DAILY. COLD STORAGE PLANT ON PRSMISSg, Aeeoant Sato Forwarded Every Tueadny. . A
SHIRE TENDERS. WORK ALLOWED BY MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
SHIRE TENDERS. WORK ALLOWED BY MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL. The following tenders were accepted by the Mount Rouse Shire Council at its meeting on Wednesday last Contract No 1 | 16-The supply and delivery of 215 cubic yards of spalls, and 14 cubic yards of gravel on the Dnnkeld road-J Conway £23. One tender. ? ? 0 4 _ Contract No 5 | 16-The supply and-delivery of 110 cubic yards of spalls-on Stonefield lane--J O'flara ,£9 3s 4d..; One tender. Contract No 7 | 16-Sheeting with graivel 13 chains on Mt. Napier road --P J Archbold £13 5S lOd. Two tenders. Contract No 8 | 16-Sheeting with gravel 16)4 chains on Springfield liane -P J Archbold £22 18s.^?Two ten ders. Contract No 9 j 16.-Sheeting with gravel 59 chains on Blackwood road -P Kinnealy £88 2s 6d. Two ten ders. Contract No 10 f 16-Grading, forming, gravelling and rolling 13^ chains on lane leading past Mr A Huff's, Jennawarra-A Smith £32 2s 6d One tender. Contract No 11 | 16-The supply and delivery of 200 cubic yards of spalls and 1...
ORANGE BLOSSOMS MILLER—EALES [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
ORANGE BLOSSOMS MILLER-EALBS A. pretty and popular wadding was Celebrated at All Saints' Church, Penshurst, on Monday, 31st January, .when the contracting parties were Mr Robert Miller, of Warrnambool, and Laura Enid, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs F. Bales, of Penshurst. Thp friends of the bride had the church looking most attractive with decorations of greenery and white flowers. The bride, who was given away by her father, was charmihgly gowned in white embroidered mar quisette, *nd the -bridesmaid, Miss Pearl Eales, sister of the bride, was dressed i© a pretty gown of white, silk striped voile. Both the bride and the Bridesmaid carried bouqudts, the, gift of Mr A.. Kennedy, of Hamilton. Mr E. Miller, the bridegroom's bro ther,, was best man, and the officiat ing clergyman was the Rev. Cragg, of Coleraine. The present of the bride groom to the bride was a black Morocco handbag and the bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold-mounted watch guard. The- bridegroom gave to the brides...
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
PAINFUL ACCIDENT. Mr Hrrry Lucas was the victim of a very painful accident at his property on Tuesday morning last. While preparing to leave for the morning train with his usual load of cream for Koroit factory, the horse he was driv ing Broke away, and pulling away from Mr Lucas's control brought the wag gon over his body. He was severely damaged about the face and had two ribs broken. The sufferer-, is being attended by Dr. Reid, and isprogress ing favorably.
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS are intended, especially for stomach troubles, Mlliousness and constipation and Have met with great success in the treatment of these dispases. People who have been sufferers for»jear3 from stomach troubles have obtained per manent relief by the use ofi Cbamber j Iain's Tablets. Chronic constipation ; may be permanently relieved by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. They are the most agreeable of laxatives when the proper dose is taken. Sold by T G- Chesswas, Pensburst. v mmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmsamtmmaHumm . 5
HAS WON CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
HAS WON CONFIDENCE. Cough medicines containing1 opium or other narcotics give only temporary relief. Once the effect of the narcotics s gone the cough is as bad as ever. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy contains no narcotic but it reliev.es the lungs, aids expectoration, allays coughing'by healing the inflamed air passages. You don't need a long course of treatment for a cough when you use 'Chamber i Iain's Cough Remedy. The first dose gives relief and if taken according to ^directions the cold will have disap 1 peared in a couple of dayt. Sold by * J Gr Chesswaa, Pensbursfc.
REPORTS. ENGINEER'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
REPORTS. ^ENGINEER'S REPQRT. .The Shire Engineer (Mr W .T Schooling) rpported as follpws :-1. W O Gellevt's request, I have in spected the Tabor road pasfc; Itentsch's from Mrs P Matuschka's to the shire boundary, and find that there is about 76 chains altogether unformed. I estimate the cost of forming this work with the road grader at about £35. To be considered wij;h the estimates. 2. With regard to Mr HarjiltonY request for a footpajfch from the doctorV corner to his place, and 11 chains of metal construction in Oobb street, from French street to Sea1#* street, I estimate the cost of this work at about £70.-To be considered with next year's estimates. 3 I inspected that portion of the road on the reserve north of Lake Linlithgow, that is dangerously narrow, and as far as I eould ascertain without a complete survey, ther« is no encroachment on the reserve of Crown allot. 5, Section C, parish of Jennawarra. I would suggest that about three quarters of an acre be purchased, if poss...
RED CROSS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
RED CROSS bONC&RT. The local Red Cross Society .. vrill hold a musical and elocutionary con cert in the Mechanic#' Hall on Satur day night, T9th February, \when a very promising programme has been arranged^ The charge for admission will be 1b all over the hall, and as the proceeds are in aid of the local Red Cross Society, it is to be. hoped that there will be a crowded house.
MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE f COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held on Wed nesday last. Present-Crs. Chesswas (president), TCruger, Olle, F Beggs and * Mofl att. / CORRESPONDENCE. v, From Country Roads Board stating that on account of the financial posi tion the board cannot at present auth orise tenders being invited for per manent works, but maintenance works may be undertaken when the council consider the time opportune-Received 'Frcm same, stating that account for £83 15s 3d had been passed for pay ment-Receiv.ed. From same, authorising acceptance of P Kinnealy's tender for contract lm 15 | 16, supply ot spalls on the Hamilton Penshurst road at £92 2s. -Received. From iranie, athorising acceptance of the following tetiders:-Contract 4m, 15 j 16, supply hf spalls on the Cara mut-Peiishufst road, W Smith £27 18s 6d ; contract 5m, 15 j 16, supply bf spalls and gravel on the Dunkeld Hamilton road-H Arkell, £25 Os 9d * Received. From the acting deputy Postmaster Ge...
DEFAULTING RATEPAYERS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
DEFAULTING RATEPAYERS Ratepayers who have not as yet paid their Shire rates are reminded that the 31st January was fixed as the last day for payment. Owing to heavy office and clerical work with the present recruiting campaign, the Shire Secretary has been anable to supply a list of defaulters to the Shire Solicitor up to the present. However as the recruiting worlc has been dealt with, the secretary will prepare this list during Monday and Tuesday next; Defaulters who neglect' to fix up pay orients will after Tuesday next be faced, with an extra payment to cover solici tor's charges
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
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SEASIDE EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
SEASIDE EXCURSION. This year, the excusiomsts to . Port Fairy by the annual train were unfor tunate in I ho weather conditions. .Th* rain fell all day, and,..considering this,, it is very pleasing to, announce y t^at a very satisfactory amount of support was accorded, the estimated number of travellers being about five hundred. Mr Bryan is of the opinion that though full returns are not available, yet, this year's profit will only be slightly below that of last year, which is- a very creditable result, -The excursionists kre grateful to the public spirited tnen of Port Fairy, who out of consideration: for the unsuitable conditions for pic nicing, trindly arranged to have the, public hall placed at the disposal cf our people, and provided hot . water and milk for all who required it. This very generous treatment of Visitors, certainly ..edounds to the credit of Port Friry citire is, and will not soon be forgotten. Everything that could help to m ike the day enjoyable was done, with t...
ECONOMY [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 12 February 1916
ECONOMY Cramp colic -unci diarrhoea lie promptly relieved bv% (Jhaiuberlfci'i's ; Gulio and Diarrhoea Remedy As plain ' printed direciiojma atconip^nv each hot tie it ran b« adminisfprl bv . a;i v member of the family.. It. is economy , | to keep Obarabprlain-s O lie : and I Djarrho'-a Remedy in thp house. It I has never n»-en known to fail even in and dangerous oases. Sold hy J G GJaes-was, Penshurst. '?;LardnerV strong point was urbanity. : He seemed to possess the faculty of ? taking pleasui^ein all that he might be asked to do for others. Everyone' Rejoiced that he was going up the ldder, but regretted that it was necessary to depart from Penshurstin order to do so. Mrs Lardner had been an ardent worker for the local Red Cross Society, and in the fort nightly meetings she would be missed as one of the most willing workers. Or W A Kelly spake of Mr Gardner's Unassailable good temper,, .and a man most capable in his duties. Pensnursfc had been a considerable gainer in the fact tha...