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INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 3 January 1914

INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN; PATENTS. It is reported by the well knc-m Pa tent Attorneys, Messrs.; ©'. G. Tarri & Co., of "The Rialto." Collins- Street, Melbourne, that in the ordinary course, ; Patents of the jCommonwealth will be granted in respect of all or most of the following inventions. Complete spe cifications and drawings are publicly available. * Milking , Machine—hand operated (6313—1275);—Tlie teats are. acted upon by pads controlled^ by cords. — A. P 'Heyinan, purchaser from J. Neilson, Denmark. * * Cultivator (6316—127-5)—A channei .iron frame, triangular with devices to .receive and'hold twines.—A". E/ Miles, Victoria. ■■■■.< Wir$; Strainer ^an<L T^wistfirf* (6&80— yoke -carries- a v-inch,'-barrel,\ having horns, etc.—J. O'Gallaghan, • Victoria. . Head Gear for Windmill (6559— •1278)—This, pump:mill; has- toothed re- ' . duotioh gear in an oil bight casing with oil distributing devices. -— J. Alston, Victoria. . Deta...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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POET AS STOWAWAY. WANTED TO GET TO LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

POET AS STOWAWAY. - VVAxNi^ii 10 GiSl" xp LONDON^,; | An American poet, Harry . Komp. was> ciiai:god at. ckiuchampton ireceiiti/ \niii naviug litttiu a blown,way cm. board WO \JUtiUlUV. V I jkr 0. !<'. Hiscock, proseouting" oa Oeuau ut tlie Vviiioo /star Aiino, saidtiio iucta were peiuecwy clear. .frisonei wiiiudy uaiue: ,ou> board witii ,1110 . uoject. ut getting out • ol uia .own." country; auu coming to Jiinglunu. ihe Oceanic left JNew x'ora I on Saturday, . oepteiubBr; 27 , at- noon,; and at nan past live on the same duy, Ji.«inp presented himself at the pur aer's oiuce, and Oianded in the following •letter:— • :.5 "A am Hairy Jveinp, a" yery : well -imbxm/pqety^ ^nose verae appears quite ^^a^% 'aavj6 iuM a ?tioij[ii ■ • p 'all U ldunu' iiiyseli ?pt)ttniless m: New; iurky land i; wanted to getiio ifingiana, wiiert* ;i could probuie a iionaon publisher. 1~ • walked on board your vuiael, hoping • cxiab i might woik my way." vVjiien aiscoyerea, it seemed perfectly;...

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TREATMENT FOR BOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

•';••■ . Vsw'T-iliX- !l£ ... TREATMENT FOR BOTS. < ••.* i* •*»'.• i;. ;■»■ -il. i.lbK , ..v .' .»• . itrr_ f»;r rjm S;!-;; Tiie following treatment " "lias '/been: tested ;;oii a liirge number;;'o£ apimals: and proved successful1 by, tie United . States Depa'rtuleiit of '-A^ifcultiire. It is said that it will remove bots to \yitiiiu-"^Mtyrf<o.ui.'.? -;fe>. A ;foiiy^eiglit Hours! Tike. day/precediiig;&ke treat inenta< small ainount 'bf- :h'^:'and a moderate amount: of oatsr-.ar^eiven in tbo^moraiiig;.the py<^pg^°?$;is withheld ,and" a purgajiive given: — Barbadoes aloes, ..<£ -rife;.? of iraw linseed od, 1 pint. .The /day., of! the treat ment, at six o'olyfik- in the. piofning, give" three, drams/of carbon bisulphide, lin a-gelatiiie capsufe.jl.ajb''. seven' 6 clock, : repeat: |ke. ^• r and at eiglit o'cToot,/ give -. /.Site' tHird1 and last dose,/makLng in all nine .drams of 'carjioil Ai^lplurfe ii^tbr^'gel atiiie. oa...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. " * A shopkeeper at Croydon < (England)/ ; has been finM £30j with the alternative ofimpiisonment forthree m6nths,for , having sold- margarineas butter.--" He I had been fined «n several previous.'oc-; i c^ions^''Another shopkeeper was .fined ! for a similar offence. ' V Mr. Cordia; assistaht'i man- • ager of the Royal. Dutch Packet. Com pany at Sydney,, was a^ passenger'!by the | s.s. Houtmaai, which arrived: .from Java. ' He said that trade- between Java and Australia was increasing. The Australian trade <vr&& booming, espedi-; ally in Singapore and the-Malay States.^ The inquiry regarding- the deaths; ol. the:miners John Kirby and Thomas J. Reid, .who were killed in .the Tasihania mine, on January 2, has been ooflelud ,,ed:-.; -The jury returned a yerdictthat. the! men had met their deaths through a; {fall of rock, and that no blame was attachable to any. person. .. . .. c. -y The' W. A. gold yield for . December. w;as 112,120 o...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Fleminfton.") Two promising recruits. to the. ranks of metropolitan jumpers' are- McAlpin and Widden. Both 'hail from the Al .bury border. McAlpinj u* - three starts over hurdles: about Melbourne. hasT won -twioex while Widden daLns one victory in two starts since " taking HP quarters in thiB State. There are plenty ~ of jumpers about at - present, • butthey-are mostly of. .moderate okws, and; in the .company, at present met; I With, both Widden ' ahd .McAlpin should keep on paying their way . The niidauimner^ steeplechases - did' not • ui*v ; feartH anything likel^ 'fcortake'liigh rank St the ; cross^countryl business, unless it be Bettewind; . ,The big \VoodIark, gelding Beeihed to' hare the opposition well beaten, when he came toJ grief, at - Caulfield, and he may be forgiven; the fall, as his .experience of the Dig fences is so tar limited. Bettewynd, is pretty sure to turn out ja success over fences; So, too," should Tolaroo who was, going very , well indeed w...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

UF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") Much is being, made of the discov ery by the Country Boads Board that veritable Land of Promise exists in the Heyteebury and Qtway Forest districts. That is,r however, an : old story for .anyone who has even a casual knowledge of the undeveloped resour ces of Victoria-—undeveloped for- the most part because of the lack of facili ties which it is the province-of the Country. Roads Board to provide. And it is not for want of effort on the part of the peopld who have been for more Khan a generation struggling to bring these rich productive areas into , their own, that the need for railways and roads have not been recognised by the authorities. Efforts, little short of desperate have been put forth by' 4he settlers to have the justice of their plaims; for assistance recognised. But the evil of centralisation—the ."pull'i of the people; in the big centres—has rendered., these. efforts null. .; The ■ Board, during a recent pilgrimage through Heyteafcury ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

Phoenix Blue Twill Worsted Suits AC/ The Perfection of Ready Tailored Gothes . . . THIS' is the Biggest of All Clothing Values—the finest of Blue Suits for 45/-. It gives ypu an extra good, all wool,; Blue Twill Worsted of fine appearance, colour-faft and long. wearing, . made up .with all- that perfection of style and workmanship which you would expect only at a much higher cost. In fit, a carefully graded system of sizes ensures satis faction to men of all figures. FoxNo. 4 Serge Suits (Ready to Wear) Suits, Sizes 3 to 7—39/6. Larger—42/6 Trousers -3 to 7—13/0 Larger—15/ b> ordering: by mail, <l»te cKest and inside leg measurement* or .write for form* and catalogue. PHOENIX CLOTHING CO., 347^9 Kihg St, Melbourne "(opp. Flagstaff Gardens) PATON «4QC LIVE STOCK INSURANCE . AJUL CLASSES Ol" STOCK INSUBED AGAINST DEATH I*BOJf ANY CAUSE ; ■■ FOALING RISKS 3 : r COMMENCING WITH ATTEMPT TO FOAL I ;. .. AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER. RATES LOWEST CLRRENT. CLAIMS PROMP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

XT 'NEVE&'-'PAII^j .-■ ''Forbears ^vc liave been... "using j Cliambkflain.?s/<&iigb. Remedy," saysi 'Mr . Herbert" Hi. l \Voodhea<i', Went-; worth' N.S.t\y,.. K have six-! children antf{;fi^ei^' ^8e-;Aiything elsej for of ^ou^Sj ,polds and) bronohfar cftmpla^|i»:.v< - aVconfidently J recommend Chamfrerlaia'.s Rem-] edy -to everyon^y ^®e61ally to parents; who :like" HQ^lf^ave ypung clii}dtfe&'sx*h!^ltH;^.r sa£egBiii^. " »:"It never faite'to; givie ieUof '•i^alfcjwises' 'c£l isis 'f1-' ■<\"i Sold'^y'i Ji,G.:Gbwiw^,P«n»burafci : wa©0fi^'.«QpGH. ;, %, i^ie^m^;:.vi^uwat; tany&ftf Jij^jglpiiig him.>;any<-gOq^ lain'^ Oougli,; Remedy and he- got lin mediateW relief , Smca then^I haveil always Jiept. a T)ottle. o£ ,thw wonderful j medicirie- by. mei and recommend it . toi everyone." . I Sold by J, G.;Ciiesswas>.Penahur»t. ,

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Lennon Br[?]s' Cir[?]. POSITIVELY NEXT MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

' UanoA Bits'. Cirt**. POSITIVELY NEXT MONDAY. The above well-known circua an«£ menagerie will positively appear her« next Monday .. It is over , two year* since they were here before, when a splendid show was given. This tirae it is reputed to be of a higher stand; , ard, many new acts and additions hav ing been added. To itemise the lengt hy orogrammo would take too much spaceN J but among the star items there Lady and gentlemen- equestriennes. robats, tiimblere, contortionists,, trio)? ridera, performing hori.es and ponies, V jrngle turn troupa of performing nionv . keys, Abdul Kream, .in fiis sensational pyramid of death, and.a host of. At* tractions too numerous to mentfoiu - " .

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THIEF POSES AS DETECTIVE. CALLS IN REGULAR POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

THIEF POSES AS DETECTIVE. ; OALLS- IN-HE6UL ARHP90CE. , Representing- himself as a/ detcctivej a burglar gained Hhe'confidence? of fa| eorvanti: arid: Le; %d two. acttqmplicfesi robbed - her mkster's roojns-' recently. i The three men—Charles Octavo Au-j court,' 'George Rogers', and JohhJ ones; —were: charged* - at 'toridon"- Sessions! with breakipg into a, :flat,\and "st&iling; silver and other articles worth? £150. Mr. Lawless;- prosecuting, <s&id- that: for Several- months " Aucourt had been' keeping .company, with Hilda Bensley, who was employed at'the;'flat.. Onl September 12 she was. left-in charge,! and <-that night the ;gii?l &lid Aucourt, whohad. gained her confidence''byr re-: presenting, that „ ho .w^s- a-; detective,! •weiitf abotit & together, '< arid5 frequented' several,public-houses.,. 1 Aucourt wattentrusted * with her" purse ^in ^whiQli'she Kept ^the.key of; the flafr.^?.VH#lef£^er-ibr -'sdie time,' a...

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Hexham. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

Hexham. (From our owed GoroesuMdent. i i Wednesday, tia 17th). soar the puc , aawful issue ofi a. pleasant evening : j gfiuaned by the gftrente. and friends Of i t2» school ohildreai as- a break lip for : th* year, pass enjoyaBly off. The ■ ' evening took the form of. the popular ! concert and dance. The concert pro j {gamine was dhwWdi into, two parts, '.with an interval'.:of five- minutes be tween. The children (ferft* were well jttasined, and whose- perfavaance did igssat credit botlhtb tHemselVes and to ; to> their instructors)}, taking one half, . • and the jgrown .upptKts otiwr; The halt s Had been tastefifrlly d£oorsted durinjt; > tHe afternoon by.' fcWlidles,. and showed j not to the best possible .advantage. The - * ■ ' jfallowing program*#®■ - is. a upended:— i8bng, "Men of? Hferlfech," . Scholars;:" ! recitation, "Tben B^tterr "Way," G. ; A'nders; song, "The Raiitwy Porter," • Scholars; recitation;. "Ha>aK up thft». ■ iBhftgr'sf Stocking,-1.'' Missr; B. Cooper; „...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

AT LAST! MGifcOCidfe SWEDISH BEPABA T0B8 *T«Uble »t prioar £ -•? 'HITHERTO UNKNOWN. . Glnr idtrodootion, NEW MODEL "VEGA.'' . H«» dealt • dMtbrbbw to tlw. ' Exorbitant Prion charged Itj oar M I Th» Noir Model ••VEGA" is roogto ohwpljr iiwiiteictoa ho rapaior Jir^ *e» notuuur -**■ IK all inf _ _ rarity' tbMO; .atatamaafa, ami 1* SAVE MONEY. wWcfc k mm |M ylw tifal 41mm tiraee. Pftl€K0: U Gal. £M 1ft • n JUL £7 Q • 50 Gal. «1» li » W M. £1» 1« InorMrtfe OmtanlNiw Am* -rtal, Aiwufipi,k VMRih ■ - BpTCT^r^pportwtity w»rfc ;eye Harvester Co

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

. ' GRIPES INf HORSE$.' •. i ' 'Some .tiinefj ago our horsis was down with ■•«*.bafij attack.. of, gripes,". . says :Miss' E> 'J. Coles/- ;M^orV Creek, «"N. S. W. 'I ;tried," several remedies I but- tHey had .no effect; as a last xer 'source 1, gave the horse three tea-, 'spoonsful of Chamberlain's Colic and ;l3iarrhoeai- Remedy and notioed \an improvement immediately., v He was isoori able to stand ^and now is.;as.:well ;as; ever..:" .1 . ' < Sold /by. J. G. Chasswas. Pauhurst. - . TWO DOSES ■ GIVE BELIEF. . ''l am. subject- to bowel troubles ■ whicji "cause paiii and inconvenience,,V ; • writes Mr. Alfred Wane, lSa Aub'ui'a^ !: ltd. AiiBurii,;-Vib; '(but two doses ,;oT; ! Gliamberlain/s; Colic and < : Diarrlibea I'Renjedy giv.e inunediate relief. - ; 1 am • pleased to know there: is suoli^a safe ' and,' certain -remedy as Chamberlain's ; Colic- aid'Biarrhoea l^emedy'and* al ;ways keep a bottle Handy.".' ' ~ j-; togld •by.di G'.' Ohes&wils; Pensburs...

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BOXING DAY RACE CLUB. STAKES TO BE INCREASEE FROM £320 TO £400. OVER £200 PROFIT ANTICIPATED FROM LAST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

BOXING DAY RACE CLUB. STAKES TO BE INOREASEE - . FROM £320 TO £400. OVER £200 PROFIT ANTIC IPATED FROM LAST MEETING. 1 A meeting of the committee 6$ the P4nsburst Boxing Day Race Club - held at Tobin's Prince of Wales Hotel on Wednesday evening, when the fol lowing " were present:—-Messrs R.— Barnes (president), W. J, Archbold, J. Howard, J. Dalton, T. Tobin, W•> B. Richie, J. Ct. Chesswas, T. Leahy, and the secretary, Mr T. Madigan. The minutes of the previous'tneeting wrre read and confirmed on the mo tion of Messrs Richie and Archbold. Mr Barnes moved that the secretary be instructed to apply for December 26th 1914, as racing date, and to in form the V.R.C". that the committee has decided to raise' stakes from £320 ' to £400. Mr Leahy sefOncTed the motion. Mr Barnes said that every tijhie the clnb had risen its stakes the paWicr had supported them wfthjincreasecf at tendances. They had remained with £320 for stakes for some* time, and fe would be.necessary if thejj wanted t-&a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL L MiSSIOH GHJURGH,; ; £ . . -Fltzroy, Melbilurne,. Sends his.,opinion of " I ;was;recommendcd to. try Clements ; Tonic, I was completely] run down,r suffered from nervous ■ prostration, With insomnia and severe Reattaches? I ; kad speht-much motieyon medicines to no: purpose. "One bottle.put me right.. and was Worth its might in g% -../ v V -i «***:■'. ■■H. recommend-^ imeflf? : cine strongly. . . (Signed). JOHN ^SKING.". : The Rev. J. HOSKING. D.D., is known as an earnest church worker, .and; . i hk iestimony to CLEMENTSTONIC ■ 'Atas sebt lor the good it might "do, This | ^medicine (i pertain in, jta/eDMUjon;rtm-: ;.Vi I down or irritatecf rferves, arid." quickly 'elieves Biliousness r:Weakne*j> -Loiiof' ' ileep, Poor Appetite.: Con^tiDation ; and .< indiaeitifflU. ' ALL .CHEMISTS and } \ STGiRES SELL: IT,Hy suffered AGONY ; WITH HEADi . * aches: ■ ' :"I highly recommend Chaniberlain's Tablets to anyone .who suffers^ from headaches," say...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

STOP THAT OOW«i.; There is o*. medicine ou the market to-day bo eS^tire as MARR'8 COUGB REMEDY, it is safe -and rare for Coughs,.. Colds, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Group, Bronchitis, Influenza, and all affections of the Throat and: Lungs MAWS COUGH REMEDY is the hesi for children as well as for adults, it i> pleasant to take and a sure cure for al' Uhest a flections fending to consumption 'Obtainable frow J.G. CheaJTC'at, Belt street, Pendrartt.

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Remarkable Arrest. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

! Remarkable Arr&t, An engineer, M: Jean Delpech, the son of, ,flY^eU-kn6wn politician, has been j^r^ted; jn^Paiw^aloiig with - a iriend, a young law student nUmed Otirardin, on a oUargo ot theft.. , The arrest has caused ife^ei^tioiftin'lRiiris^ • m"! Delpech ..warmljr protested his "in-" rioeence.- It was pointed-out that to establislt. tfeev ,oon]fcrSry. • one>must 'hiH sumethatM"rJo{wi DelpCoh, a "young ;_positibn^lums^f^^^^sin^- ■ ' adjoin ing that of friend and jatole silver arid ornainentk of .a face value of only; £50 and-a marketable' value of .less" man a third of that sum. \ , . In"- July -last,- one' tti^hty'a~ M: Bois gontier, a friend of M. Jean Delpech, > wha lives in a; flat In the Boulevard Raspail, heard suspicious sounds .from the flat of his neighbour, ^M^umas.'a painter, whom hft'slilifew vtoitbe absent on holiday.. Lrfb£ingtout'''bf his win dow, he saw V figure darting across the court. He sent a telegram to . M. Dumas, telling him., of, his suspi...

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PENSHURST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

| >ENSHURST MECff AtllCS** INSTITUTE. I MONTHLY MEETING: j The monthly committee meeting- of 'the Penshui'st Mechanics' Institute ; was-held'on Tuesday night, wilen. tile : following were prrs&nt: —Messsrs- Tl Madipan (President^, J. J. CMHiiSj. J*. G. Chesswas, R. Aifcken, D. 6r*eigf, B. R. Courtney, and tlie secrecnny.j. W. W. Bales. - . The minutes of ihe previoualmeeirihg were read and confirmed oshttlemoifion of Messrs Chess>ms and Ctmutinsjv. The Treasureo (Mr D. Gwiij$i. re i ported that the receipts firfche. aj»ntli were £20 9s 6$ the orewlhaffr atand ingatthe bank at present beiag £54 5s 2d. The report was receded! oa the mo tion of Messss Ghessw.a& aradl Court ney. Accounts amounting' t® £14 16k were passfpj for paynrenfc on the of Messrs ©reig and! Ife. Aitken. *: Mir CcJfins moved] thai the annual meetings of subscribers he adveriirad to takes place on Jwwwuty 27th, , and thatcjmbera ol sotawritfcee meefc at 7.3a fan. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

Hm -thing in A •ewitiiilnncMnt.-iespeciallvvrlicn ;• Jfou l}v^ in the country and have :r» fix- It yours elf-.T/W ARD TtKOS. •.': Machines have fewer parts than , »ay. other—Jiothiiiii.to,get.out-ol -order.- Pounds cbenpcr than o'.liers .. . We'pay freight to yoiir stjition.—.v gtmratltee every mnchine—arid let 'you have it on easy terms. Writ* lor illustrated. Catalog-post . free.."- • Machines of-all makes, repaired,-' 'Needles and Pri rts supplita lor any ; Machine.;. 36-38 ERROL STREET,, NORTH MELBOURNE. ; ; GASPING r*'0R BREATH. v j "Several, times we nearlj.^losi ; our • sou Bert with..croup, for .he was'.- ciiok iiugahd gasping'for br&atli," writes Mr •!P. Balnier,- Dra'p'er, La'uucestonyiTas; "and I have Jiau to pet rr> in "the night" and go for a bottle, of Chamber lain's .Cougn-Remedy.- - After si good idose. of . this wouderfu) remedy' tnere. would-be '.'"a"''marvellous difference ja Bert iiHd:':rjiave never known'; one bot tle t:o fail to. completely cure-Trim...

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