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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

Business A FEW SP ECIAL9TAT ■" . : * " ... ; _ riV:'4-:«: Ml -M/r-: ^ . . ' • . - .1 "-L THE READING MERCHANT. . NO. I. :■ ' No.2. 1 Embroideries.—Muslin and Cam- Ladies' Blouses. — Print and brie Insertions and Embroideries, "i Muslin Blouses,. 1/67. 2/6,'3£p; 4/6 6d:, 6Ad., 7d. yard. , each. .. • »» ' No.3. . No,4. ' . Prints and Zeptiyrs in light and Ladles' Costumes in Cambric, dark grounds, 5/11, 6/11 doz. Crepe, Zephyrs, 9/6, 10/6, 12/6. • * ' NOW IS THE TIME TO S PEND MONEY WISELY. : No.5. ,?■ . No.6. . . ; Camisoles, : smartly cut and : . Children's Silk, Muslin and Lace -in if Viudetj-of "ways'mtli- Bonnets, 2/6, 3/, 3/6, 3/il, 4/11. Lace and Insertion, 1/6,1/11,-2/3, r 2/6. 3/3, 3/6. . No.7. - . All the above Specials jare at " 'JuiieB and Piqiie Hats in a van- ^ Prices that' make your Sovereign ety-of shapes. - purchase much more tha • 20/ irorth. INSPECTION INVITED. ,■po—*-o—o—o—o-—o—o 0 0 J. & CHESSWAS Phone, 7. ' n —' PUMP AND PERA SEPARATORS DAIRYMEN ! ! I WHY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

^ . PLUMBER AND GASFUTER, -BEli. ^STREET, PENSHURST ALL ^KINDS' OF' PLUMBING DOME ON THE SHORTEST . NOTICE IN A WORKMANLIKE'MANNER. NO JOB TOO BIG.—NONE TOO SMALL. . TANKS, TROUGHS, BATHS MADE TO ORDER. WINDMILLS ERECTED OR REPAIRED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. iGENT FOR WEBB BROS. & CO.'S RELIABLE-WINDMILLS AND BOILERS. ...... , ONLY BEST BRANDS OF MATERIAL USED; NO INFERIOR STUFF. GIVE ME? A TRIAL. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. . IMPORfANT ANNOUNCEMENT. f ^ : v Bruce McCIure, !; JENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS AND STEEL FOUNDERS. WARRNAMBOOL. -——— ; . BEGto. Resi3^&ts' of ,Penshirrst aud. the Surrounding VlHstrict that 'tjb^ HiiyE OEENBD^A BRANCH of their Business; "-in the fRtamfees-ilatfrlj -occupied by Messrs. Walter Bros. I •'& k ;X l^biaass JPIiUMBlBB and IviNDMILL EXPERT is employed, uiii^./P.i'dei^ wilL be iaieiuior .Mifcfiniills, Motor Engine^ "Power Working vHoadsj •JVLlk PumpSj : Patent ]><*uble-valve and- Ordinary Wel...

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FOR THE FARMER'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

" FOR THETARMtR'S WIFE. ^ \ Folding Skirts for'Travelling.—Fas-~ ten the waistband and pirn the middle* of tlie back to the centi|i of • the front. Then lay the skirt • out. flatroi»^ ■ tho table, and, - with t^b-^'ecgs ;of -tJssuo paper .as. foundations,. poll' the' ..skirt over and over. to\y,ai:ds #he .oejitre, first from' the right siae'',.&f°.]'^''43^-tlien . from the left, so formingjfevo. .roil&that 'lie, parallel to each o^htai ~ .the 'garment has' to .befoldigid' iross^iseiito •admit of its beaijg^paclsed-.in «uit-«ase or trunk, place tv Iwad&f. iissviei paper ror .newspaper undeineaih the creases;.. Skirts so packed .take very little roOm, and: show no traces-of travelling- in a . small compass.-- . ■ .. ' BAKED FISH AND TOMATOES. . •" Butteij a piedisK! ^and,- put a.'layer' of filleted haddock, plaioe,^or.s6'le^-in'' it. .Sprinlde-.oyer the fish ;avii'^tle ?pepp'er and salt, and; a few drops <: ,Vof ■ lent on, juice. CutT^ino tomatoes -....

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

news I' 'So.me/excfli'eplxiei^ -otriwt'erne have becfi' obtiiiued'fi'oid th© flats at Sparro vaie-Earmj. tHe piopeHy ofcth.e Geelong Hui'lior.-StVust" 'Gemmissibners;' . * V Mr., Geoygei-jy;.>E;. iloss, a Sheppiir ton, veteri&try"'sai'geda" ami 'a coxnmis . si.oner. .of the 'iii;baii water;:ttrust,-.Jmd his ,'let't t-iiumb; bibu-n foff-by: the discharge of a gun wliil^t.p.uti tiuck shootTEg. Part of the hand lias a-Isobeeu severely-lacer ated."*" 1 . Mr. JEE. Rlinb'ergyu fit'rmeiyof Greg ory, N..S. W%,/was ;thr ashing oats-, wlipn . a spark from-.tbu-eugine of tjie thrasher sot fire-to tT\'o'h«y>stea]is,. which* were destroyed. . .Tlw<\.hay had been in -'sum), but the .policy expired-^ few days previous,, -. ; ,A young -;niaj} .namecLDucan, -iiged.= •'•uBou't. 22j' stsii^of ;^' well-Taxown. ^arjnev ICari'amomi^/jvas riding ;on jjii.'ocean wave, at' Sheppart'ozi ; sports carnival ground. ' While the machine was in motion ho %vas thrown to thei-:groujid.: and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

' illE SO .PLEAS^f'" TO TAKE'. "I was inclined.^o'-be- constipated and was always - to take a laxative,?' writes .HughMcNaugh toii, Iiubeok, ■ Avic. ,' "CJiiamberlam's Tablets' were-reoominenided -to'me and I a ;few jdoses/riilieved nie.Qf .tliis trouble--j some pompft&'iut.. I think so - highly of them !?hat; now I taka an occasional , dose, Ahjch helps to, keep ,me in good health)- - I ■ Sold'by J. G. Chggswaa. Pens hurst. I VTO DO OTHERS GOOD". ~ I r ' -I have been living inS'.VVQueens-1 lana i-or thirteen.years/writes. Mr. J . ; It... Tiiidal0> Editor of "the" Cuiinamulla:: /'Watchman.'' "During that-time X have been subject- to attacks;.of- Diarr • hoea ahd have always found Chamber laiil's' Colic"" aiid DiarrliaeaT Itemedy. to quickl^ relieve -me. I oan -refcthrimen8! jit lip Anyone .suli'ering fronx, .tLat cx>m-i ,;;p£^t.;<''•; Y6u;'mk.y" iisef this, iettutf* -r ^lS •"•yoSh'see fit for-it is'writteni to'dfr'ofchers goikft'': ' " Sold by j.- G.. Chesaw...

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TENDERS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

JTEtfMlRS -f The; following" tenders were dealt . v •: -v i ' Ctotraet,^§^4-:.TT^ii;..-cliai'ns of "• metal '^conslr.Cox'gtreet2 Pens •••• Hiirst';—A>''\SiftiitiEJ" '£±$' $]'. 'Three . ^ ^ Qo'ntraet —Sheeting with - gravely'10 •chai^'.^;^^merbn1s lane; . •'•a^*"^Vferj6j?y6n®cti^'' "chains ;dn. P'Hara, £29 r3j6 v . ' ' with g^l^^}.^<^y^,;aqr..i3,$.eri?s lane;— ■ ;P'.:~ J. !A.fcfii£ai^'^16 19/4. -Three, 'tenders." rV • -■•■> r ... Contract.--Nor- ^^MT+^Sheeting rath gravel 4l "chains "on road in Jennawarra • also -invert! .on L§hipali-s'road, adjoin ' ing.r-r-Jjt O'Hasap £56 j 18/9'. VFour tenders. ■ ! ; Contra<$.=i$!Sheeting with gravel 35$ chaina^on Lehman's road, w^",^Mkft.;MsUihgQ^K .:^rJ;, 0'Hara, ■ £io'"'i9/ip;' Four tenders.' / £53 2/. • --fjHirea-tenders. ; Contract ^b/' SSI^.-^-She^tirig with X)outj^^|^o^^]$3^#h^tuig with .'gr&v'H.12i'cS®™s: and two pipe, culverts on . Glerithom.psoa-.,ta( ■ Caramut road; .. also:: |>jp& culveut ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

I. | GOT VERY WEAK. U S'My bby.-Jack was very bad with '• Diarrhoea," writes Mrs. M. lee, Fofbes, N.S.Wl'- . "For'-quite a fort night he was" ill and, gqt veryweak. hxisbarid botigJit it. bottle iitf Chain beijlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, ana to our surprise ouordoso- complete ly rolieved him." ''V\ i : Sold by J. G. Chesswai. Penshuirst. . ■ i ■' ■' 1 BLACK CUEltANT JAM.. To -make file 'jam take - 7lb. of good soipd%fack*~ Ciirrahts/ afnQ "after strip-., ^ping tliemiitpm .their ^stalks, put:theiriv •- liitjo tli^'vpr(*6Eviiig ipfin with 7,?'lb.; of. ■ crystallised sugar and ' teacupi'ul of .rwtafcer .-. •• Allow the currants and tostand at' th6 side, of, the ftte -until ^ocdasionally. Now place the pan on ^tK4"flfe";"agtifnstir:Mti rdl^61ves/land tlien allow the ingredi jehts/.to boil for 30 minutes.. Whin .;th$ jam oomes through , the " boil, add j'the^pjece of butter. sTest & little cif^j : ^ jam on. a plate, and if-it stiffens fit :on{&) jtour into jarsf wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

TRY . t ^ , i ,-^.tl t *, *~l *'•*" Vf**S. 3^ "V j , j.\ '" ,» if-' lliS!!|ll^|^^!i^i^|g||^Sii^ii^S®J^^^HRiiii Hardware, Ironmongery, v

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MAN-EATING FOXES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

< ^ WIAN-EATING FOXES. ' i That the fox maf"bo a 'man-eater appearfe from... experience ' iji "■ Upp'Sr 'Piedmont, Italy. A yomig;.,woman, ggE" .customed to wander in tlie mountain ■gorges,; disappeared,, and after,, a time jsomeartioles, of olSfcii^ng, belonging: to ^er,,suh'ounded;.^itti'!fS3tprints ofifoxas were 'discovered at'ca i>oint nearly a 'milei above sea-level/- 'As ' there. "wdre«f lTO'rither tracks, it:w&s concluded that,: awhile-stupefied by' cold or fatigue, the woman must have Bfecn aftaoked and. ^ten bjf these animals. , '• i The driest place in the world is: that , portion of Egypt between the two lower falls of the Nile*. Bain has never been Aniownto fall there. " y6ur|4e^ts/K&ty asked i the Sympathetic Guy. ' 'What I owe other people?" said the Willing Spen der. "Well, I should say not. It's what other people owe me that both ers 1"

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MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE COUNCIL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

MOUNT ROUSE SHIRE . COUNCIL f^^NESb^Y, j' Pfeseiit:-^Crs. White (President), ■.Woodburn,, _P.. .. Kruget,. . R- Barnes, j W.' A-.^Kelly, Mofjatt, Ghesswas,- Beggs. p1.-. , ; v iONiu.TES. .... .• • 'I ' The President "moved,". and Civ Beggs ' seconded,' that ^ie miiutes as circulated lie- taken as .read.—Carried. _ ^ v The; President moved,-.-and-Gr. Wood burn. seconded; that, the minutes as *«on Jtaineil in the minute-book be confirmed., -^Carried.. . . * .. • ^ ■Proiu. tfie. Boar.il: of. Health, -iutimaV .ingulf-,approval to the. opening of - the Ionian i .Catholic Church at.Dnnk'eld.—. Received. ;-i . • .*•; " ,V:.i ." From- same, ackriowle'dgrng'' receipt of. 'engineer's -report" on the new Methodist "Church' at ;Duukefii, and. expressing ap proyal'of its qp<jning-,^Received.-. Ffini the Crowji Law Department, stating, that as -that "department is not liable" for any. asphalting or -kerbing work, : the Minister, must refuse ' the cfliiiheii-V application that, half the...

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ACTION OF GRASS ON TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

ACTION OF GRASS ON TREESi In the latest number of Science Pro gress is an artiole by Mr Spencer Pok ering, ,F;R:S:-,i director ,-"o£'tire iWdburn Experimental iPfuiti" Farih, England. 1 giving the results of a series of ex haustive experiments'%o determine 11i<y ' effects produced'■by growing gross *$°v'e the roots of fruit trees.' ' In' this' country, the deleterious, effect of, grass cm! ?trees is "generally ' recognised;' anil commercial orchards are, as a rule, <;arefully; cultivated; : but" in ^England,. jvihfefe 'is1 {considerable difference of -opih-? ion'hnd practice, grassed orchards be ing '.not uffcommonV ialtliough intensive fruit "growing,- with clean "cultivatio'ii. i •.the! jbt^y-pliaSe''of:,th« "industry. The ■"chief ^easpn 'for this-divergence of/opin "ion';Mr Pickering.;belier^^ lie ih-.ibe ~fa<jt~that effect .produced by grass varies greatly according .tOvtlie^nature of the soil",'and^ in some few cases, -may oven be negligible; th...

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Hawkesdale Races. HANDICAP WON BY MAJOR EIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

Hawkesdale Races. - HANDIGAP WON BY jVEiJOR-r j v-. . EIGHT. ^ta£Sfou8i/-in<»tnig. of tlfe Hawkes.^, . wa£ lfeld la^V'Sat'ifftlay ',n,Ui Jfeat|,tifaL.jv.e.aii}iei:V -vrltexii a most;suc ce.jsful*cLav!s racing eventuated.: EVery * thing was in splendid ..Ayorking/order,, •^and-tli'& benefiiVof the. niany. new . im-! , prov.emen.ts;effectM't)y the enterprising flub:#''ere,.jye.k'oieed 1 by the • patrons.., Jhe^ sijQfetxirialJ duties in .the hand's ■; of■ T4b;''B7' Oteen lyeje,,perfect^' Fjbllow-: ^••^g.a^e.^K'iffetdils'oOne.raiiipgjfj1', : HANDICAP-EyliDLE 15' ■C; ? :^vs^/:iseeafl3' horse"of thtf1 •" ? . ;-v V'\ ':/■ \D G• - J» .Officer's cli g^SicCchet-, -fyxaf: '■ by "Andriaf-r-Blootlf. Red, 10.3- (P.,- •'•_ :" ';Perrett) ."V_., ,. r\. "1-. F. Kirsten's bin g"" 'Kiire, 'ag«l, : . «?' *1(1.8 (JRGray) •.-iVI:-.-.'.. v .. 2 ' >3yg^t.odgei,s?iB,»:b' g MlGormick,-aged;.' '•'• . t)T0 .(^arrie.d S.jlb.. over), -:(j. "Mooney) 3 - •Betting"• o' t«5" 2 oil Ricochet jJ 2 ...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. ■ Monday—Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale .. .. .. 6.45 a.m' Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, ]}allarat,Dun- . . keld.». 9.40 a.m. -Caramut -9.45 'a.m' Melbourne,. Ha mil- • ton, WarrnanibOol 4.20p.iuT Tuesdax-r'Waixn:vnib<;ol;:K.or— ^ oit, Hawkesdato.T"... 6-45 a.m.' " Melbourne, Hamilton, ■ JBaUarat, Acaxat,Duar . keld .. .. .. .. .'. 9:40 a.m.« Caramut ... ...... 9.45 a.uy Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.20 p*in. j Hamilton..... .. ... 7.25 p.in i Wednesday— Warrnambool."... Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil- . . ton, Ararat, Balla fat, JJunkeld ... .. 9.40 a.m Carauiut. ... ... 9,45 a.m Melbourne, Warr y nambool .. .. ..... '4.20p.iu. Hamilton ..." .. 7.25 p.m. ■ Thursday—Melbourne, Ham-. ilton, Ararat,. Dun- ■ keld , 9.40 a.m Warrnambogj? .. .. 11.35 a.m Carauiut .. .. 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton .. ..... : 4,20. p.m. Warrnp.mbool, Koroit, . .... Hawkesdale... .... 6.50 a.m. Friday—Melbourne, Ham- - — ilton, .fiallarat, Ara...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

YOUNEHUSBAHB, ROW*C° & PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melboiipne Branches—ALBURY, 10CKHART, W0D9N3A, TALLAHGATTJ, CORRYONG & YfALWA. ' BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF/. ,■■■■■■■■ PROMPT RETURNS. ' WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. FREE STORAGE Three, months free on "Grain received 1st December to -31st March; after which one month allowed, WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR McDOUGALL'S S^EP^ JPIP. "SAtVITlS":^TOCiC REMEDIES. - WQ0L&GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATESIDING-KENSINGTON.' THE BEST IS ALWAYS YHE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewin j Machines for Family use. THE Sewing Machine has to long been a -necessity in ever; family that the main question to be answered is, Which Maehlno is ..the Beat?. The women of the family are answering this question by purchasing' More than two million 8lnger 8»wlng Maohfnes eaoh year. The new Singer Model 6b is acknowledged the Lightest Running Lock-stitch^ Machine in the world/.- Bal]...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

Martin Street, PenshttrBt. F L OLLE - G-ENEB.3LL BUTCHER, and BAKER. ^ .Hotels and .Families,Waited, on Daily r eok. OltDEIiS. ' v . .elephone No. 22. - HORSESHOEING BLACKSMITHING COACHBUILD1NG. FENSHURST. Horse Shoeing a-Speciality; Couch .paiiiting and trimming iii any style. Buggies and' wagons of all descriptions *' built to order. Repairs executed]; Orders promptly attended to and all workguaranteed. 'Pftone No.|27.; LOCAL DIRECTORY. A ; f Compiled f.frbm.':. notices* in pulr adv;ertis 1 *' " " tog columns. _'I-'•' • F.^ti.;"Oi^^ butGier and baker. • -? •'E.';:Osa,iiierfln, rfruitere£,ejtc. . . J /: H^ . Hudgsont borin^ contractor.* ' ' J. • A. -Briggs, draper. . " " • Messrs. Hemmons, Hyslop, and Maw ..spn, visiting dentists. R. A. Molesworth, B.A.", solicitor E. /R. Courtney, -M.PtS;A.; phar maceutical chemist. R. W-, Pbwling and Co., auctioneer*, stock and station agents. T. Walker, undertaker: H. E. .Edlioh, ' blacksmith and coach , builder. J. G'. Chesswass, timber merchan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY > FANCY — C00D8. -^-r. E. CAMEltON (Late F. Grossley). BELL-STREET. PEN8HUR8T. Announces that he is now prepared to supply the public with lusoioua fruitg of liie be«t quality at the cheapest rate*. Suopliei Received Regularly. —-r CholM Confcotlonery Stocked. A NIm Rang* of Fanoy Coed*. PUBLIC NOTICE. " I. WALKSR, tTalsrtrt, of PENSHURST, desires to notify the Public of the Township and District that he has WREATHS ; of various kinds on hand. Inspection invited. All orders addressed to T. Walker, Penshurst, or left at his residence, Cobb-street, Penshurst, will be prompt-, ly atteuded-to; FROST'S ' Patent POSTULATA - FRUIT TREATED HONEY AN ENTIRELY NEW vtitTMJliEj .OF PU1U3 FlkUX. :< (.TuaraniGed to-be Pure Honeyand fruit ■.flavored; free from the" .objectionable taste, of -euaalyplfcuB and'* the twinging nip lao common to all Australian Hoiiey.' ' -v •• ■ ■ ; :r ' ; Protected by Lett-era "Parent tiuwighout . tlie Commonwealth by E.&EvFROS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

IN STUDYING 'YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO> ! I t Do^'t Pay Higher Prices for Suits no Better than Mine! I deal strictly for Cash, con . sequetttly I have no bad debts . for which you have to pay. I import all my materials direct frpm s. the, >manufaoturer, and -, mate aU Suits on my own premises. l ean give you'a large assortment of < shades to ohoaBe; from in (fancy, designs And the very Id test I n d i g o~D y s tweeds, worst eds, Vicunas,' iTtvills, and the Jfamoug Geeloag Berge SAC surt TO MEASURE. 35/- • A large assort ment of Over choose from at coatings to this same price. Patterns, Tape and S.M» Form sent to any ad dress, :Po9l Free. —^ W. H. BRUCE, TEE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, 53 BOURKE-BT., MELBOUKNK AT LAST! HIGH-CLASS SWEDISH SEPARA TORS available at prices HITHERTO UNKNOWN. Our introduction of the NEW MODEL "VEGA" Has dealt a death-blow to the Exorbitant Prices charged by our Competitors. MAKE. NO'MISTAKE! The New Model "VEGA" is ro roughly and cheaply con...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

Cash Sale, POr sp iers Only . . " ' .. ^ , , ,0— — ' Clearing Sale of all Summer .Stocks commencing Mon. Feb. 0 AT J. A. BRIGGS' ■ ' O ■' '■ ' jjARGAINS^"VVill be offered in every Department. The . Season being a mild one, Stocks are too heary, and must be reduced before new goods arrive. „ ^ - GRAMOND & DICKSON " The Dress House." IN 0RE8S GOODS, QUALITY eOUhtS - How. satistying/ft. is after patting a big- lot of work into a dressfto be certain- that it is going to wear long enough to be^worth the labor. Quality is inbred into our Dress Goods. ' This Dependable quality means a better and more satisfactory clothes service for you. It will pay you well to see the pleasing line of new dress fabrics we are shewing. -o THE SHHU3 WHERE QUALITY

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NOISELESS CITY STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

NOISELESS CITY STREETS. There is coming into use in Germany . Ita cheap and ready method of asphalting a stone-paved street which is showing good results. The space between pav ing blocks are.oleaned out to the depth of about an inch, and then a layer' of melted asphalt , is flowed over the. street surface, the depth of the layer being about one inch. Before it is cooled; sand is sprinkled on~and the surfaoe is smoothed. At Frankfort a section of this kind is now laid,; and it appears to stand the . wear remarkably well. Should >he method prbve a success ic general practice it will afford an excel lent means of deadening the noi.se of city traffic at a small expense. It is quickly carried- outj and it need not. Stop tne circulation on narrow streets . ,for.. any 'length of time. • Moreover,' jfibairs are easily made;

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St Andrew's Church, Penshurst [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 14 February 1914

St Andrew's Church, Penshurst - The annual meeting of the obuv» was held in the School Hall on Incs» day night, when the Rev. It. Foulkes V«rry presided over a large attendance of ohurch members and adherents* Tho meoting'was opened by the singing of the hymn, "Pra:se God," and a prayed from tha Rev. R. Foulkes Parry. The reports of various organisations coniKctecl with the'church were • then read, and adopted on the motion of Messrs. R. D. Downes, seconded by Mr. Colton. A vote of sympathy with Mr F. L. Olle (treasurer), in his illness was moved ' by Mr. Greig, and seconded by Mr. Powling, the.vote also included an in duction to the secretary to conv«y M Mr. Olle the sympathy of the whole of the congregation. The Rev. R. "P. Parry said it was now almost twelve months sine® he came amongst the Presbyterians of Penshur^Tas their minister. He had never once regretted accepting the in* vfyation, and hoped the pejjM? had never regretted their 'ohoice. He Ji «i been muoli encouraged by ■...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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