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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "RuBticus.") The possibilities of poultry .011 tlie :farm arenot generallyrealised. That' • class ;of live stock is mostly regarded' as being beneath the "notice of the or dinary farmer v He regards it as fit only for the attention of women. But on the farms in wheat areas particular ly, where it is possible to raise cheap food in. plenty for the feathered, stock, it is worth while to give serious con sideration) to some facts aiid figures. One "million sterling - represents the yearly production of poultry and eggs.: in. Victoria. It looks a! large amount, but no fear need be entertained of over-pi'oduotion. "Last year Great Britain" imported over £8,000,000 worth of eggs, which can • be exported from this State when at their lowest price, and be landed in the overseas, market at a time when "they bring the best value.. Eggs in shell and in pulp of the* value of £30,000 were exported from Victoria in 1913; this notwith standing the fact that high prices rul ed...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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OVER DEVELOPMENT OF MUSCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

over development of muscles: : "In all systems of physical training the | only aim and object is- to maintain health v I cinnot agree) witji the methods whose aini is to pile up lumps of muscles onfeveryf part of thebody, a doctor^ explains. An- advertisement .-showing-a. man with a bioeps like a'.lOg •of mutton on liis arm is enough to de termine me to have nothing to do with that system. Those muscles are ab solutely: useless unless you want to go on the music hall stage as a strong man, or wish to convert'yourself into a hump,n carthorse. The strain put on the heart in the process of acquir ing those disfiguring hunks about ihj ■ body counteracts all the good that the exercise might have done.- The im portant organs of the body—the heart the lungs, the liver, and the kidneys— deriveno benefit from abnormal muscu lar development. Many trainers h ive a good working knowledge, of muscu lar development and how to acquire it, but they know nothing about the heart. - They cannot use a ...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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DAIRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

EMURY NOTES. Tiie.- aaseiiu industry is . devAlOpirig'. wry.rapidly- in New Zetland,. ryidi tjie !iig;fafltoiiy &t Aramoha,. lias increased, its- output wry .snbstsout;ajly this sea soni. During tlie November period;. 568 saclis oi? casein wure.maiaftfaetuyedli jftridil shipped? away as against 179, bags, last year. This quantity! of casein;ne» oessitafced! evaporating. 49 tor*^ of. water, to put! tliii green casein in a marketable, form. This year's owtput .sbows a Iarga. increase, on last year. I^ipplies^; are. <3caning; in very fyeely. Fruitgrowers, wiltjn-o&ably he iutei-esieiHOiloaen thai, oflsem is being u.sed as a spray tp coun teract the ravages of certain, orchard; BUghits. ■it Kentish toiru milk: dfealPi;-has been, filled' £10 andf costs for selling milk, to: which a preservative,. ooasisting of" lieKssoic acid,1 had bevn. addiKl, in con travention of the Milk and1 Cream Re gulations, lrf>12. "S<au7.oii> aoid is de-« rived from, ...

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STUFFED ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

STUFFED ROOMS. Too many tables, too many chairs, too many pictures, curtains, cushions, and ornaments.. Too many of'every thing in fact, Now there are three— there may be a great many , more—very good reasons for making a very loud protest? against this unnecessary crowd ing. A. crowded room, whether a living or sleeping apartment,' is not' healthy, is seldom clean, and is never beautiful. Every extra piece of fur niture, every curtain or rug, or corner fitted 5up with; shelves and hangings,, takes up so much of the given space in a room, and-makes .the apartment com paratively airless.,

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CATHOLIC FEDERATION. ITS ATTITUDE ON THE EDUCATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

.CATHOLIC FEDERATION. ITS AT.T5TUDE OX THE EDUO'lv 'JJIO.N QOESTJOiN At ft rneGting~bf tho Vioiorian .Couii^ cil of the Australian Catholic Federa tion-the following resolution was ■ car ried . • "That he State Government having, under consideration the :•'distrhibtlom by. examination of* cev>aiti'bursaries,, and as it has been announced that-these bursa ties' must bu necc-ptcd at- estab lishments. under tin: diseot control of .the Education department, the Austra lian Cath-oiic: .Federation, roprcsoiitiflg1, 'over 300.000 Cath.'-lic inkiib'itants of ^Victoria,. hereby enters its protest against such proposal on the following: grounds: (ii).' That the fund which will provide Toe?- the payment of these pro posed bursaries !s obtained by equal taxation: fi*>i» all citizens alike. (l>) That .tax-Jition be equal. then all'the privileges or-rights accruing from -these proposed bursaries s'noiild bo equally distributed among the '.•h'.kiren -of nil citizens, aIike. (-•) That tho ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

ARE SO PLEASANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined id be constipated land/:was always compellied to take .a laxative," writes Mr. Hugh. McNaugh ton, Lubeok, ViCi -"Chamberlain's Tablets were recommended to me aid: a few doses relieved mo "of this trouble some complaint.' I tliink so highly of them that now I take an occasional dose,j - which ' helps to beep' me in good health."- . . ' : Sold: by. J; G.- Cheaswas. Penshurst. ' ~ TO DO OTHERS'GOOD. - '.'I have been "living in S.W; Queens land for thirteen, years, writes Mr. J . R. Tindalej Editor of the CiinnamuUa "Watchman." "During' that time I have been subject to attacks of Diarr hoea and have alWEvys found Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. ' I can recommend it to anyone suffering from that com plaint. You may."use.this-lett^ , f>s you see lit for it isi written to do others " good.".' "' .Sold by J. G. Chesswas. Penahomrt. DISORDERED LIVER. ~ "For digicxrders of the liver and stom aoh there is;no better me...

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Penshurst Trotting Club. RECORD ENTRIES RECEIVED [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

Penshurst Trotting Club. RECORD ENTRIES RECEIVE!? It is pleasing to note that so youiig ft dtjb as the Penshursfc and District Trot-' tin^-Club should so unmistakably gait* pm>Iic>yuvor in such a short time. The fact oPjJjg popularity is amply justified by thp'iaVge entries for ifca meeting on Satur day next,' and is duo to the excellent management of past meetings, and to the inanner in which the club caters for this class of sport. With so . good an entry, and the perfect arrangements that are being made for the comfort of patrons, a most successful meeting is now assured. The entries are as follow:—• : MAIDEN" TROT, li miles Rynda Tracey F Dixie Maid Mannikin Headlight Kuby E Toy Bells / Royal Bolt. Lady Principal Treasure Lady Olle (late Chauneuse Ezindy) Brilliant Governor Rosella ✓ Alexander - OPEN HANDICAP HACK RACE, Five furlongs. Lola Kirk Prepay Dora Dumbbell Cuisine ,-uffragette . Tradalva Tildabolfc Dalesman Bunkum Charley Alter F)nmo OPEN IKO'f, U tiles. (Distance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

GOT VERY WEAK. ' -_"jV[y boy Jack was very bad— with Diarrhoea," writes " Mrs.:' M. lee; Forbes,- N.S.. W. "For quite a fort night ho was ill and got very. . weak. ' My liusbabid bought a bottle.^of Cham berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, i ;'aud to our surpriso one dose complete ly relieved him." ■ " I Sold by J. G. Chesswag. Eenshurst.

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Penshurst Coursing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

Pensh&rst Coursing Club. "" A\XXF.VL MlCRTIXu The annual meeting of. the Peiishurste Coursing Club ^ras'.-hsld". at. :Jliclu<e^! Hotel on; Saturday niglit, wlien the-j president,.-Mr. W. B. Richie, occnp'iadi I the okair.. Thevo was a good attend-[ arice present. , j' •The balance sheet, .'bowing a credit balance of' 14/, was road and adapted1 on the motion of Messrs. Ross Rtws and;EP. J. Walsh. It was decided to again form a-chilV for the coming season 011 tlio motion of Messrs.~Ross and Carey, the. imera* bersliip fee being fixed .at 5/. . The following officer's wen* then ed:—President, Mr.' W. B. Kibhie? vicVpresidents, Messrs. D. J'. Walsh ind M. Page ;• secretary, Mr J:unes Dalton; committee, Messrs;. P. Doh nrtv, J. Drayton. A. Ross-, W. Ross:, T}. Gannon, E.T. Bales. an<J M. Carey; xrefsurer. Mi-. J. J. Collins ;• auditors, Messrs. D. M'Nec and D£ Cooper; slip Toward, Mr. R. Ross; assistant slip Heward. Mr. 12. T. Ealos; judge, Mr. T. Caple. Tt'...

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HIS WIFE'S CHOICE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

HIS WIFE'S CHOICE. With an' apologetic ail- tlie -worried uian- who hail, been gazing in the-decor ator's windows fiiraljy «ntered and asked ,toxsoo samples ofwallpapevs.. - , ; ""About What pricep'-asked tlie clerk. "iltgtiueenpemXr^wroll," * said'""'tin) man. "My \vifo \fdnJt.pfty. aiiy more;'' 'Well," said the - assistant, taking down a roll, ' her© is something in light colours that- " . : "Oh, no,:that won't do. . My wil'o says tho children get light-coloured pa per soiled too quickly." JV "Here is something -in a darker shado with-—: "That won't do at all. My wil'o wouldn't like that because it - makes the room too "dark"!?' "Here is a design in a medium tone " *' "I'm afraid not," said the man lu'rvously. - "That has_a small pattern, and my wfie says small patterns are al ways monotonous." "Then how about this?" said tho assistant wearily; with the big roses in it and the . " "I'm1 sure that wouldn't suit my wife," was the answer. "She thinks tho room is loo small for largo p...

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MIXED DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

MIXED DOUBLES. , Last Saturday ,tluv competition on the j • local court was admixed doubles tour- | lUKiiiitrfc, which was\ keenly contested, | and was eventually von b,\{ Mr. K. R. :Oourtney, and Miss-L. Richib from Mr j J Heron- and Mrs. Schooling. . Fol- : lowing-aru the details:— — First liounit. :_ ! E. RT Couutnoy. and Miss X». R.clne i (ow\.< 811), ili;fea-6i:<l A . Linton and Mrs. j .-(.•.iurciiey (owe 30), ''—^: ??.■ ."-•I'V.'niau aiui i\l i.-.s . Linton*. (iiwo ! •1-.15) tlelfiatcil-AW.- -.J. hcltonlmg and Vhss: Gr.-ug, («rww 4<i)u C ICt .in ciiit] ]\1 iss Wilkuls; (owe 15). ' -.deleaved Dr. S^'ootnam and Miss Olle, j (owe 15), G—4'.. . ' ' J. Heron and! Mrs. Schooling (owe ;i M)). defeated;N,v M'eJfee and Miss 35aJ»s (sor). T . '! . Second' Round.. . i ■Mr SE. R'. .C'oartney and ' Miss L. Ricliie defeated R. Sleeman and Miss Linton. " ; ' . J. Heron and.' Mrs Schooling.defeated C. Dean and' Miss AVilkins. - Final.. E. R. CWrtney and Miss L...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday—Warrnambool, Koroit, Haivkesdale 6.45 a.ni, Melbourne, Hamilton, . Ararat, Ballarat, Dun keld ' 9.40. a.m Caramut .. .... 9.J5 a.ni' -Melbourne, - Hamil . ' ton, Warmuuibool .. '-4.20 p.ni-. Tuesday—Wartnambool, Kur ort, HawkesUale.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, .. Ballarat, Araxat,Dua keld 9.40 a.sl Carainut^ . .. .. .. 9-45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.90 p.m. Hamilton.. .. .. .7.25 p. in Wednesday— Warrnambool. Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 ».». Melbourne, Hamil ton, Ararat, Balla rat, Dunkeld .. v 9.40 a.ni Caramut .. .'. 9-45 a.m Melbourne, Warr munbool .. .... .. 4.20 p.m. Hamilton 7.25 p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham ■ ilton, Ararat, Dun keld 8-40 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Caramut 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Harnil- | ton 4.20 p.m. . Warrnambool, Koroit, i • Hawkesdale 6.50 a.m. 1 Friday—Melbourne, Ham- i ilton, Ballarat,Ararat, i Dunkeld 8*0 a.in.j Caramut ' Warrnambool .. • • 1J-35 a.m. ! Melbourne, Hamilton 4.20 a.m.f Warrnambool...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

yqyinsbamo, row & c« is- PROPRIETARY ^JMITED. Head Office: 94-8 King St., Melbourne Brandies—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODONGA, TALtANGATTff, CORRYONG & IVALWfi, BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF mmmmmmmmi PROMPT RETURNS. WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED S ilHS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. Three.moiUhs free on. Grain received- 1st December . ta^-31st JVIarcli, u&itar . which; - one : montb::■ aHowed; : WHOLESALE AGENTS for: McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDING- KENSINGTON. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewinj Machines for Family use. THE Sewing Machine ha* so long been a necessity in ev«ry family thai' the main question to be answered is, Wi-lch Maohlne lB: the. Best?'/ The women of the family are answering this question , by purchasing ; More than tw* million Singer Sewing Machlc.si «aoh year. The new Singer Model 6b is acknowledged tho Lightest Ruuning Lock-stitch Machine in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

DO YOU. SEE,.. THIS? FRUIT, CONFECTIONERY A FANCY GOODS, j: , ^ E CAMERON •" (Late F. Crossley). CELL-STREET, PEN8HUR8T. Announces that he is now prepared to! supply the public with luscious fruits of the b'jst qi'iality at the cheapest rates. Suopiie* Received Regularly. —— Cheloe Confeotfonery 8tooked. A Nloa Rang* of Fanoy Good*. PUBLIC NOTICE. r. WALKER, UNDERTAKEN. jf PENSHURST, desires to notify, the Public of the Township and District bl&t lie has WREATHS .of various kinds on hand. Inspection invited.. All orders addressed .to T. Walker, Pensiiurstj or left at his residence, Cobb-street, Penshurst, willbe prompt ly attended to. ^ : ' prqi^'S;^! Patent POSTULATA FBUIT TREATED AN BNTIK«ELY NEW A RTIGLE OF PUKE FOUJ>. - Guaranteed to be Pure Honey and fruit flavored, free from the objectionable taste of euaalyptuB and the twinging iii|j :|o common' to ail Australian Houey. , Protected by Letters Parent throughout 'the Commonwealth by E. & E. FROST. '• DUNKELD,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

Printed - and published by DamA Co»per, for the proprietor, John D. ' M'Sallar, at tk« "Fr©# Prou": Office, - - ■■■ -FMahairak ■■■.;■ VU«i».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

l-UnJU I W'r>MT.IIWIWIBi^M^«»w I: •■::p^xaEmhMtfatsmaxmmMaBaammvmm^mm^mm Harrison, S^Mijg^iel ' "*bop. tm, ■ c&rk merchants, AND SUPPLY HOUSE FOR Brewers, '■ >■/' Aerated Water Manufacturers, ; Hotel Keepers, Bakers, and; Refreshment Rooms. r Correspondence Invited on All Articles used In the abover 7~ trades. Note Addreas-r-"' 304 FLINDERS STREET, MELBOURNE

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Tennis. GENTS' AND LADIES' DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

- Tennis. / _ ' GENTS' Aim LADIES' DOUBLES. ; Tlie tournament whidi at Ms undecid ed on Saturday, 31st .January.- w'a« played off. last-week. wlunr'Mcssrs. J. H. .Heron' and 'X. -An-Noo-. defeated Messrs. A. Linton and I). Walls in ■thefinal. Fallowing arc:dotails:— ; ' . " First Round ; ~ * . ' X. .Ofcig aiid J . . Ait Ut.'ii -(owe, A-40), defeated \V. J. Schooling and P. Kales, owe V-15,- !)—7. ■ A. , Lintcii and D. AValls (owe -5-40) defeated E. R. Coiirtncyfand C. Dean (owo >30), 9—8'. J". H. I^eron and' 1ST. McJfce (rec. i To), defeated It. . Sweetnam and" D. Co«per .(owe J-40). 0—5. Dr. Sweetnain ahd .lt. Slecman, (owe-. -J-30)', a bye. - Second'Ji'onnd. - A. T/inton and D. AValls defeated N. Greig and JY Aitlien, ~J'. "H... Fleron and N. Mc"Noe defeat ed" Dr. .Sweetnam and It Slecman, 9—2V ■ Final.. • . j - 'J. ITortm-^ud N.-MeKcp defeated A. ' Linton and D. Walls, 9—3. : LADIES' DOUBLES. First Hound. V. ■Mass Greig' and -'Miss- Wilkins ■ (o\vcj 15)J defeated'.,Mrs. School...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

The Leviathan.. Make It YOUR Store; " -x ' THE LEVIATHAN, by means of its wonderfi* MAIL ORDER System, deals with the Country Consumer at Idng range. Don't think that because you live many miles from Melbourne, you will not be treated fairly. . Not so. No matter how far away you are if you ORDER BY MAIL, you will re ceive the same goods AT . THE SAME PRICES, and the same privi leges as Citjy customers. Hrite for our Catalog. Freight is paid to your door , on every Order. You can return any goods you don't like, anything unsuitable, and. you will receive every penny of your money back by return post. TAILORING BY MAIL SAC SUITS TO ORDER. — * WHAT YOU PAY. /, / WHAT YOU GET The Suit we rn&ke you MUST-please you— MUST fit you—otherwise you MUST not" pay. Simply write for patterns—home measurement form and tape. Select your material. . Post Your Order; ..within. J.0„ days the mail brings you your Suit. If U does not fit send :it back;' your money Wiil be returned in full. - - ~ ...

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, MORNING SATURDAY, FEBRUARY, 21st 1914 Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

- . THE . fteitsbtirst Sue T>rdss. Published Every-- SvcuiiiivY. Mousing .Saturday, PsiitTAac,- 2lsfc '19.-14; Notes and Comments. ■ A'clearing sale lasting" for three weeks commenced at Mr'.T. (r. Cli«ss was's store yesterday. As he is leaving the district, Mr 'Lee requests that all money owing to him be pai<,r by March TO, and adds" an alternative ; of legal proceedings after that date. • 1 A meeting of the Seaside Excursi6n> committee- will 'be hold at the Meeftr anics!- Hall oh Thursday evening n&xfc, and >yill bj^followed by a public meet ing to eonsider tiiatters in relation to the proposed, swimming baths. : Dr. Syfwtnam is still -working- act ively in the interests of local tele phone subscribers. An agitation-has heen conWnencad tln'oughoat the dis trict for a better .trunk lirie service to Terang, and with this.view Dr Sweet nam ia having peti^\ gigned by the local subscribers. , r . r~~ : : ; ■. • • > Mies Monnegan was on Thursday ■ evening ...

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UP-TO-DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 21 February 1914

UP-TO-DATE. A lady was giving a Scripture lesson on. the subject of the propliet 'Elishii and the wickcd children who re viled liim. She described how the aged prophet was feebly making I is way uphill when the children caino about him, jeered and ridiculed him, and callejl out, "Go up, thou . bald head!" She then proceeded to im press upon the class the duty of being kind, considerate, and respectful to elderly people. - "I hope," she said, "if ijuy of you had been there you' would not have been so rude and unmannerly." "No, mum," decisively responded an urohin in front. /"And what would you have done?" asked the lad*? . ..= | "Iy should nave walked up to hitn jjindly, mum, an' said as I 'oped 'o 'ad . got 'is old-age' pension." /

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