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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

MONEY to LEND ON[Stt FARMS DUNCANWELLER ,;:67 QUEEN ST ^l^BQURKS., WmmmmmmKiammammmmmmmm&immmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmn.

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

RP0FESSI0NAL, -i,.7 \ K. M. HYSLOP L.D,8„ B.D.8. Dentiss, Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings, 'Thomson Street, . HAMILTON. Will visit.iPenjsharst fortnightly, and •nay be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday, Jan. 12 MR. P. 8. W. MAWSON, ' DENTIST, 201 Moorabool Street, GEELONG. "XTTlLL visit tlio following places as W under.— Port Fairy, Tuesday, Jan. 20. Koroifc, Wednesday, Jan. 21. . Penshnrst, Thursday, Jan. 22. Hamilton, Friday and Saturday, Jan. 23 and 23. 'b Melsoin Hemmoiis SUBGEON DENTIST, WAEHSAMBOOi, Will visit PENSHURST . : .. on •' First Thursday in . every month. and may be consulted at E. B. COURTNEY'S Pharmacy. from K a.m.~till 5 p.m. Appointments may , be made twith Mr Courtney at the .above address. ■ NOTICE. MRS S. HUDGSON [PEN SHU EST. IS prepared to CATBTl for PICS ICS, BALLS, WEDDINGS, Etc., Etc. Orders lef]k at the "Free Press" offioe will lie promptly.attended to. Notice. AS'I,MP not in the employ of Mesara A MacOrow and Son I wi$b to notify...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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BOXING DAY RACES HIGHFLOWN WINS RAILWAY HANDICAP. MOYNE WINS STEEPLECHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

BOXING DAY 1! *OFS HIGI (FLOWN WINS RAILWAY i HANDICAP. MOYNE WINS STEEPLECHASE. That it woiucl be a most unwise pro ceeding of the V.Ii.C. to interfere witli the present allocation of racing dates as far as Penshurst, is concerned was once more indisputably proved oil j Boxing Day when fit it. club's meeting transpired.^ As will.be swfch wed-from tlfe record attendance, the public are ! well satisfied with the fixture, and an alteration would meet, vit.li opposition on the part of both horse owners and the populace. The day wns cool, but pleasant, and there being no danger of fires in the grass areas after the recent rains, -there was a larger number pres ent- than if the day had been hot. The gate -receipts totalled £420 which eclipsed any previous year by £29. A.n idea of the popularity of the me°ting may be ga'ined from the fact. that, about GO motor numerous buggies were in evidence over the ground. The meth odical manner in which the meeting wns carried through speaks, volumes...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

Robert Purnell, -AGENT, MELBOURNE STliAMyilil COMPANY. ' CARRIER ■& SHIPPING AGENT, STORAGE FOR PRODUCE, FURNITURE, ETC; HOUSEHOLD •ENGINE - SMALL ■: ; Wattle- BarlcJ purchased: in aiiy v- 'quantities. Telephone, 1208. * 47 MOORABOOL STREET, GEELONG.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

SCHRECK'S POULTICE SCtiRECK'S POtn^TICE CAN CUB'S TUBERCULAR JOINTS, POI» — ONED SOKES, ABSCESSES, BOILS, OARBUNCL" IS. JAB. —WHITLOW, 8PBSAIN BtfBNS *>n> BAD LE08. * 11 diamilHa- ——t /« CUMBERLAND IUOAD, PASCOE VALE (NEAR COBURG ) J AT LAST! 41GH-OLA88 8tPBDI8H SEP *SU TORS available at prioep * HITHERTO UNKNOWN Our' introductionof tb«» : NEW MODEL -''VEGA" ~ Hw dealt a death-blow to th» Exorbitant Prices charged by on» Competitor*. : M AKE NO MISTAKE I - The':New -Model- VEQA" : -onghiy and cheaply bonatrooled a»p»» . »fcof. ■ ^ . "It b<w .no superior in quality, and >nVe tbora'a nothing to-approach it. . WE ASK all intending baym verify tibiae statements, and tib ^ 4 VIC MONEY winch ia none toe "'ifial ihee*iraeaV \ pim/tyr • * GaJ £3 16 0 38 9*1 £7 f 1 ,.-.n <3al. £10 18 t 80 1* Xn«rc«tio Commi«iwn Ag*«<3» - stoonghonti Viotoria. ■ Splendid opportunity nmarfc •&.'«)»» Bepe^-tmaat "S. P Buckeye Harvester Co 11«. ra * ~rrs tfEianrs...

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANUARY, 3rd 1914 Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

U- THE :-'"v V;' -■ Jtens()urst Srcc pcess. POBtilSHED E VEHY SaTUHDA* MOBN'INO Satobdav, January, , 3rd 1914 Notes atid Comments;. The. annual picnic of th» ,:to*hir people took place once root* a» "Springfield" corner on New 'Year* day. when quit* a number of bolidat maker® participated in'tbe day V out ing. The usual picnic amusement* were indulged in, and. a moit epj«v able "day war spent; ? . New Taw's Day left Pensbuttfc.with rather a. deserted appearance on Thursday list, The.rilcing tnemberi> of the coinmunity ,had almost to 'a man migrated to either 'ferahg or AVittHlow in the endeavor to retnen losses on the Boxiog Day meeting, while numerous picnic parties to irari ' bus places attracted a large number of pleasure lore;*. , - -The jn-e'f&leucy of ; snakes thif season is erenmore pronounced than for some year* previously.: Several cases of snakes in the home hav» been reported andans was killed last week tu front of shop premises, in Bell street. The" premises ....

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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DIFFICULT-FVEN NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

. ' V DlFF.ICUIrT- EVEN. NOW." While visitiHg in the south recently I a trayeHei; chanced upon'a-resident of . a sleepy, iiamlgt -in Tespnessefr. . .. ... "Are you a native of this town? ( "What's that?" , • rv* ;; i. "I. asked whether you were' a na» | tive of this "place?" ' " " . Suddenly tnere appeared at the open door of the cabin,the:man's-wife tall, gaunt, and sallow. After carefcilly. •sorutinising the intruder; she said : "Ain't you got no sense a-tnll, Ira? He means was you' livin' Ireah " when r- you was 1x>rn,a~ or was yo' born after you begun livin' heah, Now,.answsr. tiro." ' "7; : ! Men have made, are making.' and - . will always continue to make, mistakes,, 1 —1. Ghioisa Money,- M.P.

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Penshurst Trotting Club. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

Penshurst Trotting Club. A general meeting of members held at the Penshurst Hotel 011 Tuesday evening, Dec. 23. ■ There was a good attendance and Mr H. Clark was voted to tlio chair. It was stated that the club l ad a credit balance of .£2/9/10. It was resolved on the motion of Messrs T. O'Shannessey and R. Ross to hold a meeting either on the 21st or 28th February, the secretary to apply, for the first named date. The fol'ow ing officers were elected : —President, Mr Allan Olle; vice-presidents, Messrs H. Chirk and J. Dalton ; sec retary. Mr E. Olle; treasurer, Mr A. Radfjprd y auditors, Messrs R. ,Iyoss • anciS?. D) For^ytli ;'committeej Messrs R. Ross, B. Gannon, T. O'Shannessy, VV. McGloin, J. D. Forsyth, E. Milli gan, D. J. Walsh, R. Bunworth, W. B. Richie, J. Waller, J. Lucas, T. Tobin, W. Archbcld, T. Madigan arid P. Renfcsch. The members fee was fixed at 10s (5d on the motion of Messrs J. Dalton and H. Clark, jun. It was decided to register the club and to leave drawing up o...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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Court Arrangements for 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

Court Arrangements for 1914 The administration of justice, botb civil and criminal, iiv Melbourne as Well as in country districts, will be greatly. facilitated during next year. Cdunty Courta will for the first tim© be held in the following towns:—Binv j l/oola, Rainbow, Birch'p, Ouycn, Sea Lake, Numurkah, Swan Hill, Roches ter. Traralgon, Wont'haggi; and the number of the sittings, lii other towns will be ikcreased. The nnmix.r of sittings of General Sessions (outside of Melbourne) ap pointed during th& year 19.11 whs 100; during .1914 the number will be 154. The number of sittings of County Corirts (outside of Melbourne) appoint ed during 1911 was 155, increased in 1912 to 175; next year, including sit tings in the ten new courts, the num ber will be 274. A Judge will be available to sit in the> General Sessions Court, Melbourne, during the , whole bf esicfh month, as against 119 days tliis year. A Judge will be available, if required, to sit in the Insolvent. Court, Me...

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RADIUM ON DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

RADIUM ON DEATH. " "Even in an age of wpnderful dis coveries that announced to-day is well oalculated to astonish'the! least imagi native. It' cannot be said' that the curative properties of radium are as yet definitely established, though there is excellent ground for hope in _ the ifacts cited by'Sir Frederick Treves," says the Daily News; _ "But the mere details of the new" discovery are so .amazing that the mind Staggers at I them. ] "The great-barrier to the adapta tion of inventions to the service of -man r has nearly always been the absence of i some cheap and- effective way of dis seminating them What the Radium ihstitut^.iias-done is-to make it. pos sible for" any country: doctor to , em ploy-.the most expensive known sub-: •'stanch in' the' treatment |of Ihis pa tiehtBata:_ve^-moderate,cbst.'---It .vtd-■ b^leWthi£fima,nk ations o» ^he~~.radiiliii*—whiWl '(or Cur^ iitiveSjfflrji^^ j -•«iuetfrai»^venoff >con Btantlyby it, wittr^'/gractically neg ligible loss, of power—and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

SUFFERED. AGONY WITH HE AD. ACHES. ''I highly ,■ recommend Chambsrlain's Tablets'to anyone who suifers ; from headaches*" says Mrs; M ;■■■ K. . Berry, Marlborough Rd.. Vicrtoria Valley, Tasmania , - "I - suffered agony, with headaches, and tried alma?*. • every thing. Nothing, did: me any good untiF a friend .recommended'Chamber^ Iain's Tablets and th'ey soon (put me right, again. • • Now» x would not "be .without - a box: of Chamberlaia's Tab lets in'the house." Sold by J, G. CbeoiwM, Fwuhwtf.'

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

HOUS^HOUD HINTS. Tlio proper way to wash ;-a , knitted coat; is, asr- foIlows'ir-^Make 'a' "good lat tlier and dip .the coat up. and down in it till all the dirt is, extracted. Then rinsesvtt;<in Warpt' water; (taking oare not^oVw'ring.'tne. eoat' at" all)" and put it into a pillow-slip.. ;.PinV;tliis on •-to. ajtlothes-line--^n' a/dr^-wihdy day, -and" when the oiat is nearly, dry take it ouft aad -put 'it on a coat hanger to: finish • drying.: If j;ou stfiff a few newspapers rin the; sleeves^ they will hang' better. ' . . . •. .j, : Coloured cotton*'^r£ssesWsiia>| signs in time of frequent ^^tV^itl^wash tub,.and ygt, apa^i'ffjdmr^fiSjti.^ss of color,' are= still • The b.est.plan thpn is toVj^ac^tlie^: It ' may •ba-acbomplish^ this' way jfe most oases. . Fill a largel'panSwith {water, and-p.ut in one tablespQX)iifur.ofiCi'eam of tartar to each~quari£of water. Put in the faded-garment, "bring,the- water to boiling' point, and let -it "boil for three hours,.:, stirring ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

.f—-J^YdUR*^—rW i iLaaTSMS ACTUALLY MAKES BLOOD — Thjs is the lime of the year when the system becomes run ^ down/ the nerves grow weak, the . mental strength is lessened in pro portion to the lack of physical' -vitahtyrand loss of appetite and sound sleep is: the result. To aid this condition of things arid to trans- . form these ills into a renewal of good health, simply take-Clements Tonic. This letter is given by -Mr. C. J. Franks, well-known Commerci ally <n Melbourne, associated-with the- business mt^st vf . "Table Talk'," the weekly pictoral news Franks a* testimony should [b'ei.ead, . by all business men runi dotfh through worries, over-work,; or / nerve* exhaustion. He writes : •'V"; "Table Talk" Oir.cc, I Swanston St., Melb.., 3/1 /10. Clement^ tonic Ltd. / | " It is some five years ago S that I sufferedmuch with con ] gestion of the kidneys, and in j spite of medical attention I | lost strength and weight. | Somebody recommended Clements Tonic, and to my astoni...

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MELBOURNE LE[?] Blackow[?] [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

(From our Special Correspondent.)' The call of the beaohes lias become j insistent. There are few who can j resist it at this season. The conse- j quence" is. ,'that accommodation of air' kinds is at a premium, and the dis-; .comforts that are inseparable from the j response to the call, when, as witk.the j •.-.majority of us, it cannot be mado de Vuxe—a motor for the journey and a j .well-appointed bungalow at its. end~j detract considerably from the enjoy ment.. Every.ygar-sees the >horcs~,of ■ Port Phillip more thickly doited Jwith ,camp.;structures.' ; In" some of l tliem;: the. pleasing , effects that are; so- easily and inexpensively obtained in cons-; trUeting buildings of the kind, are: maifest, but . the . • majority • are j just :the4 weatherbofird''' and ; gal- , vanised ' lrori.V-s'tructuresj. - which are ; so' utterly at - varian.ce>",with the • requirements of ' Austrilfau" climate, but_ which make-jip- so large a part of ^ the cheaper kind..of .dwellings,alike i...

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CHAPTER XVIII. RICHARD HAMMOND'S LAST RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

I CHAPTER XVIH. - , RICHARD HAMMOND'S LAST RE- |; . ■. SOLVE. We should net Hurry to Tealise.a bloody sentence; A. word may be recalled, a life can r never be. _ - *■ —Schiller. Mary-Hammond wae..snfl$en}y throw upon the mercy of a" ^Belftsh-lwald;': the ' : gaunt-spectre- o£ sta^yation 'stood be-; : fore v her- .threshold-;- a sick-: child, wfts ■ : crying in her arms for food: denied; No" > tidings^iad reached her: from her hus- ■ -band since - his. 'cruel desertion—® de sertion she.- attributed "to. the-cruel in fluence of his evil associate, whose machinations lie had ever been unable : to understand. , "So: day by day, she returned home,: wearied .andi' exhausted by a futile search, for labor j day by day she-read: : upon the thin pale faos of her stricken- ; child, a fever, hurrying on for want ot noui'ishment to fight it off. - In response to„ many applications she . had made for employment,' but one -. had consented to engage her - to work | about the housp, and to this l...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XVII. EVA LOSES A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS (By W. Howell Poote.) , CHAPTER XVn. EVA LOSES A FRIEND. A moment, and there came-a chill. " A' stagnant icy ohill; as though _ x The . blood recoiled, afraid .to fill " "v.-- i A lieart made weak with such a blow - Eliza Cook.: ' ** As Richard Hammond groped - his •5 way /from the 'cottage^ Eva was re-' turning, and seeing her so close,, he drejgtf his hat down to conceal . his race, then buttoning high-his thread " bare coat, passed quickly from her. But Eva, wondering at a stranger leaving the cottage, pausefd for an in stant at the threshold to look... back upon his hurrying figure. She saw — that he had removed his hat, and car ried it-at his side, and. watohed. and wondered until the blinding snoV had ■§hut him from sight; but, when she entered the cottage, strange to nar - rate, the figure of this man was in delibly associated in her mind-with the shadow that had brought darkness for t"i instant in the room. "Who has been with you?" she en quired jof old Hammo...

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TEACHER FOUND OUT [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

TEACHER FOtfND 'OTJT "Twice times two/ saidi little*-Vern <to her pet rabbit. r_ Receiving no re* . ply. she v,ent on; "SeV(ea'Fonrs,M "Six eights," still' no, reply, ^ 1 s "AhI knew teacher was telling li«r when shesaid" that rabbits mult* * Wie^ quiqkly," -

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IWPOUWDING HAT FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

rWPQUWDlNG HAT FEATHERS. W- Tfanr Jhat, it -iyoo please madame, .we^nust -ltee-tlm^'aigrettel'-- was-the quamfc .butr - startling demand -made by • the Customs Inspectors: of all ladies-; disembarking at New ¥ork' with for bidden plumes m their headgear. It was the first day of the, new tariff, • which- prohibits the importation of all feathers plucked from live birds. The first ; victim- was .a Frenchwoman-; dres sed, in-.the,.height of- fashion, and wear ing- a small velvet hat deqorated with a - valuable aigrette; Standing with several ctther passengers from the , steamship Lorraine)- awaiting- the - in spection of her luggage, she saw that the was-'being scrtuiniged. Then fearlessly a. veteran officer,' armed' with his. new. book of instructions, stepped ■ forward and made his demand.' Mmd. • Bevilaqua was too startled: to reply. : rNexfc moment the inapeotor reached : forward and extricated1 fche feather be fore, explaining the provisions of the new law: "My- miilinerN-never to...

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