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PENSHURST MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 April 1914

PENSHURST MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. • \- ; - . • : • ..• ' ■ The monthly meeting of the commit- . ■.03. of ,'iij.o Pens'mvst->Mc«hanics'> Insti i'titb was lieldion Tuesday.night, when Mr. J.. J. Colijns' pi'-S'd-d' , ever th-' • lollowmg :-r-Messi;iMadignn, Ghss^r •Avas.MloNeej A'fcken, ..Cinirbuoy,---Greig; .. Con,espoml«j5CJ^;.:;.\vliHn"'"read by the secretary, was received,'. oar .the motion, ; of Messrs. Mad-gin; and Courtney• The S^cie^ary stated that a letttei ■.■had1■■'■been .TtG&ivi.d' from -the djpart • -meaty 'governing grants asking why "the. ■■full amount/ of £35 had not been.ox-, psiidtxl - i-n bnck.s.; -He. had shown .the. htter to the -.Presidcntyand Treasure^. (Mi1. Greig), w.ho took ib in hand jind - answered it. , Mr-. Gre'g said that ha hid explain-, -cd that had the committer secured the number of book& ordered, tlia amount-, would have; been • rcached, but they had; bsen imabls - co .secure a number ot books from."the publishers. • Oil tho moti...

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THE penshurst free press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, APRIL 11th 1914. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 April 1914

" THE J Peii5f)urst 5i*ec press. POBUSHED RVKKVT- S.VTORO.VV HoKXtNfc . SlvTunoAV, Apkil 11th 1914. " ' ' IVotes and Comments. .. The. train arrangements' in connec tion with Penshurst races on Monday are advertised. ' ••',/ ' To suit the convenience of guests, the time for the luncheon given by the president of the Penshurst Racing 'Club, Sir F. O. Twomey, on~ Easter Monday, has been altered, from 1.50 to 2.5 p.m.. - t . [ The-annual Floral vand Industrial Exhibition in connection with' All; Saints' Church of England, Penshurst takes-place on May 1 and 2. ..A eojn ! prehsnsive prize schedule has been drawn, up, and a-'large number of entries is expected. Entries close at the " Free Press " office on Wednes day, April 29. On application to the secretaries, ■ a schedule will be for warded to any part; , Last Sunday -night, the Presbyterian Churoh was very largely attended, the .-service being in me-inoriam for the late' jWr. F. 5^;- Olle, and the late Mr.'A. N.- Ross. The Rev. R. Fou...

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PENSHURST RACE CLUB. FINAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 April 1914

PENSHURST RACE CLUB. . FINAL AT? It ANG ft} TEXTS FOR EASTEK MONDAY. A committee' meeting of the Pons lmrsfc Race Club was b.-id in " Richie's. Hotel on Monday'irulrt ! ist, Avli?n Mr. ,.J.. G. Ohesswas oicujm-d the 'chair. . Several letters, wliioli Itnd already been attended to Vvy ;the secretary, ' w6re .recoivsd' on tire motion of Mes srs. Madig.m and It'ieliie.^ _ The Secretary said that in company with' Mr:". Mad'igan', Ip had gune -over •the course, and seen -that the' hurdles wsre all right. Several' fittle matters, resulting from the' inspection,. were now-being seen to. On tlie motion of Mesrss.. Kichie and Leahy, the action of the secretary was approved..' - It-vyas decided that a committee comprising Messrs. Chesswas. Richie',' Kolly, and Leflhy, meet on the ground 'on Thursday".;last,: at 2' p.in>,--,'witli.:. the. view to'giving the caretaker in-. "strnotioris for- tlte completion" of ar rangements for Easter Monday meei in£. ' - ■ ' "• • Messrs. Chesswasj Madigan a...

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EASTER MONDAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 11 April 1914

. EASTER MONDAY RACES. ' A-glance ilxiYjiigli tho cntr:e.-? for> ,lli5 -PsrislnKsfc fa.-.os >11 Fat'or Moml ■ y next will .satisfy any folh.w r .. f the ■sport thai a'gocd iiitietirij* was i.f.si'.r >ed.- Id is thought that jiear]y;ii./My entry virionns a smarter, and that tl-.cio • • will- he somo rxC'iu'ng rrc'ng is a lr.a'. ter that; go?s without saying. A?i . experienced ODunnittce of veterans have .made all an-8ng«?innhts that wre ::S:glitr <iiKl jnclgniaii>. cfin make, and ilio only necessity to '.inost'V'fcHccossuir ^meoting.is a fme (1-iv. Special irams are running "from Campordown. ' Fairy and .Hamilton, and a in rate in flux of visitors is '-expected.- We Kvoe , to„ see the enthusiasm in the ;ree't-.ng : proving another nail in ihc xiiTin (r " those who would take from Ppusnnrst one of the racing dates she lias rmco; :,her ;own. through hard work, .good-: vniaha^amcitt. Following : re tl.o weights for th? various events: — ' ' ■ TliTAL-JTA.YDIOAP.. •...

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ON GOLDEN WINGS CHAPTER XXXII. AT THE DIEPPE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

ON GOLDEN WINGS * (.By W. Howoli Poole.) CHAPTER XXXI1. AT THE DIEPPE MOTEL. I thought to act ii soloiim comedy Upon the* painted scene of litis Now World, -.V :• And to attain my own peculiar' ends Ity-- s'oiiw such plot oi'v mingled good and ill • - is others weave, but there uprose a power f •; Which grasped ami -Knapped tli.' threads of my device. And turned it to a net of ruin. .. — Shelley. . Seated .at the open .window.; of'fa French' hotel, and looking put upon the crowded streets of. Dieppe,- sat Alice Adair. • 1 It -was tho evo of lier wedding, and the bridegroom would arrive from Paris by an early morning train, then calling at the hotel for her, -'they would pro ceed together to ifliltle English churoh upon the outskirts of - the town. How beautiful she looked, and how serenely happy1. This was to bo the joyful end ing of it all—the wile of- Arthur Knowles. The end for which she l::>d prayed and hoped with all the strength of her great love for htm. And yet a mad, wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

Business AUTUMN AND WINTER SHOW. J. G. CHESSWAS LEA DING MERCHANT, : INVITES YOU TO INSPECT HIS AUTUMN AND WINTER DISPLAY - ~ - OF ——MILLINERY Including nil the LEADING YOGUES in VELVET, BELOUR, PLUSH & FELT HATS, which represent the very Latest Shape Development. READY-TO-WEAR AND CHEAP • -— MILLINER Y — * in all the LATEST STYLES. COATS, COSTUMES, ROBES, Etc. ^ COATS, COSTUMES, ROBES, Etc. A LARGE ASSORTMENT 'TO CHOOSE FROM. ALSO CRAVENETTE RUBBER COATS. EVERYTHING NEW AND OF THE BEST QUALITY • AT J. G. CHESSWAS PUMP AND PERA SEPARATORS DAIRYMEN ! ! ! WHY HESITATE ABOUT BUYING A SEPARATOR? BUY A "PUMP" OR "PERA." Here is Our List of Users in the Penshurst District:— Messrs. Jno. W. Eales, F. Eales, E. T, Eales, W. Eales, W. D. Ross, Jno. Maliony, Ryan Bros., Geo. Eldridge, W. Waller, Ckas. Waller, W. H. Collins, Collins Bros., M. O'Leary, H. Faulkner, T. Walker, B. Olle, R. O'Shannessy, W. Kampman, T. Barbour, C. Milligan, R. Colbon, A. McPherson, A. Cameron, R. Aitken, Wm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

TRY M A DIG A N' S Corner F O R"" ■,■>. ■:•;■■■-■ : :: ' s ::'' - - rA? ^; ;■"= '; v v"v v.-; Drapery,. Boots, Shoes, Groceries, i? Hardware, 1^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

I . - ' £1,000 in £1,000 £1,000 Prizes £l,0U0 MELBOURNE EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. Acknowledged to bo one of ilie moat genuine of all the Art Unions ever oStii Year. iielu. 5Stk Xaav. AS POPULAR AS EVER. The Great Event of the Year. oStli ANNIVERSARY EIGHT HOURS DA.Y. GRAND FETE, BAZAAR, and ART UNION. In aid of the Charities (Town and Country.) 'EXHIBITION BUILDINGS, MEL BOURNE. MONDAY, 27th APRIL. | Eight Hours Day.) Public and Bank Holiday. EIGHT HOURS ART UNION. -100 PRIZES, Value £1000. ":Works. of Art by Australian •Arfcjg)t¥.;;-_ 1st Prize, Oil Painting, value £500 2nd Prize, Oil Painting, value £100 3rd Prize, Oil Painting,' value £50 and 97 other Prizes ranging in value from £20. NOTE.—The Committee ' are pur chasing and paying for the Pictures the amounts at which they are valued as above stated. In order, however, to fully satisfy the Publio and Sub scribers of the bona fides of _ the Art Union, and that, in their opinion the Pictures are worth these prices the Committee offe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

WRITES THIS LETTER TO Married or Single Women 1 TO ALWAYS USE WHEN | OUT OF SORTS OR . § NERVOUS QLEMENTS I TONIC I More than any other this document proves the value of this great family medicine. " Sunnyiid«> Wallaroo, S.A., 2911/12. "Having seen in one of your books the names of those benefited" by CLEMENTS TONIC, I add my testimony, seeing none like it anywhere. "It might benefit others, as it did me, when rearing my family. By its use I had the brightest, healthiest children, a boy 17, and three girls 15, 13 and 10 years. Neither knows what earache, tooth ' ache, or headache is. " I attribute it to nothing but the use of CLEMENTS TONIC, as I am not very strong. I would use it when run down or out of sorts, and then would enjoy the best of health. "All young married women shall use it, as it is such,a grand nerve and muscle strengthener. [Signed) Mrs. E^ STEER." In eases of Poor Blood. Wasting Weak ness. Debility* Loss of Rest. Poor Ap p.iile Iliiiijustifss, Sick headache,Low...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. Harry Floyd. .who trained both men, describes ■Anist. as the best and Pad don as probably the- worst of V the . scullers "that have left Australia;- - ■ Messrs. H\itchinson and Linvson (Ministers for Agriculture aud'LfiSds; arc to . pay a visit'of inspection'; 'to' areas alfectod by St. John's wort. Colonel Momush, in his presidential" 'address to tl.ip Victorian Institute o'f kngineers, .described, steel frame con struction in Australia as'an economic outrage. - . Mr. Hutchinson (the Minister for Agriculture) lias announced that his department is extending tho system of educating farmers in successful wheat-breeding. The Broken Hill -Amalgamated Min ers'-Association voted £300 to' the. South African railway employees to ; assist them to rebuild their, organi- ' sation... Tlie revenue collected at the Custom House on Apr>l 15 amounted* to:— Iteveinxe, £29,406/7/7; State, £16/12/j contingent. £706/13/8; pilotage, ±J31Y .19/4; wharfage, £2949/19/5. Mr. Murray (the Chi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

■o Simple and Strong,. . • - They Cannot go Wrong. Simplicity is ii great thing in a . aewing maehlne-perpcclally when -■ youlivein the^eouiitryandha»e :. » «* It yourself?/. WARD BROS.: any- otliefi-nciUiiiij io getrout>of - order, rounds cheaper than othera We pay ireight to your station— guarantee every machine—and 1st you have it,on ea*y term*. Write for illustrated Catalog-post i'lree. Machines of all makes repaired, Needles and Parts ailppliea for any Machine. 36-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. - ■ SWJUltS BY' IT. '.'Sly little grandchild. Olive wis at tacked with bvoiibliitis and nothing j 1 tried did her"anyi-good," say's Mrs... 111. .Meadifen, 18G fasman Street,.: "New town/ Jv.Z. . ''Having seen Ciiainber ,laiii's''.."Cough. Iteipedy advertised - as being. most effective in tlie treatment of bronchitis. 1-thought I., would try | it . : I did so, and it gave her immecli-' ! ato relief from tlio first dose. Now:! i swear by Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy." . ' . bold by J....

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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? it ia a very common belief among farmers, remarks tha "Scientific Am erioan," tliat a post will last longer if "set in the ground the reverse of the way .it grew in the tree; in other words, with thee-'butt end up. Accordingly, ^ one sees many posts, especially end and 'gate-posts, with the small end down. ;Th© supposition is, that,sap-in -a tree ,-is'always ascending;. or, at least, that it is easier for .the sap to. go up than down. Consequently, it is argued, turning a post upside down tends to prevent the rise of water, helps to keep the wood dry, and therefore renders it less liable to decay. As a matter of fact, sap or water can flow in either direotion with equal facility, and the popular notion to the contrary is in correct. Careful experiments on the relative durability of post timbers have been made by tlie Ohio Agricultural Experi ment Station, and .the above question was considered. One fence in particu lar oontained 156 black locust pos...

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ARTIFICIAL MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

ARTIFICIAL MEAT. According io tliji Pari* daily journals . a UeJgiah scientist/ ,1U. jilirout, mis succeeded in, prodiicing ai tinciiil meat, aiMTTinis'- is aubtjkir advance made 'oy : modem cnemistry, alter "the syntnesis . 01 vegetable extracts or perruuies and eve.i wie albumens, wuioii are': the. base of living, substance. iu. uJift-ont now uses a remarkable process, ror iaaus— trial preparation, of nitrogenous lood.v at a very low pride, and these are said to resemble oruinary meat m a.scnk ; ing degree.,' i-io uses diiferent" resi dues ol manufactures which are almost u w tiness, sucii as brewery or distillery refuse . products,-, and irom these be extracts- a food albumen. Tlie refuse material is lirst; '»asiieu, then presseu and treated by sulphur.c acid and ai • terwards , by lime, being . then put through other operations which are too •long to enumerate. ending^ by,.;iiltering.s 'arid evaporating in vacuo. The result is a pasty extract which has«. a very pronounctd taste ...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

rURF TOPICS. I " (By I'FleminfctoiL.") Melbourne racegoers -were oatercil for on Easter 'Monday at • Williiims town,*i..;uid: the sporting public' "took" full advantage of the opportunity to. visit.' - the popular .seaside■coiirse. -Though ..Hie competiti oii was confined to horses of moderate classj._rhe sport was fairly interesting. - In: tile priir eipal; event, the faster, "Gup,. ;La. . George gained a well deserved victory . He laiiiy worried the' opposition' out of it at the finish. La Georgcf-lias ■ now- almost reached the veteran stage, uuu there seems to be plenty pf racing in him yet. . . : • Considering the valuable prize money allotted the "race,' tlio' field inutile Las-, •ter , Gup;.' was :iiot .a • good one.-sf roin .a -quality - point of • vieWj-'thougli it.' iwas> satisfactory - as to numbers Kjjut.with the cracks engaged.-elsewhere,;; iliis useless to: expect to>get "a!:good class, lield"together about Melbourne at. this tiinorot the .year. In Monday's big ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

IJJlCKIKG. GOUGH. , '""For about two'years--my son Erie had a. nasty inlclying' .cougli/' says Air. Aj|jtv> ■ ,' u.. polem^iij' ^Oaramba,1' Concur fcw'eet, .J^'uivncir»Jftillj N". SAY. "Then ,:'X gave .luni Oiiamberlani's Coiigii Iteiiieay" aiicL. dttsr a iw' doses: noticed lie iiad<. gi'^atly.. improved. Before wo. had given Jum tlie .wlioie tfOiiviu his .cough / 'had complete]^ dis app-aieu. Jclu is now strong "and w<ju, and gaining weight daily. Sulci by J. U. Unesswas. i'ousiiuist. ■

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

^ INTEREST (By "Rusticus.") At the time of writing tile prospect& for autumn are not cheering. Tho long-continued drynass - and tlie advent of nioriungs-that suggest the approach of frost point to a bad winter. , This applies particularly to tlxe dairying industry. The Western district is badiy in need of immediate rain, which, if it falls within the next week or so, might causa an increase in the supply of milk and butter. Otherwise it will be very unlikely that any increase will take place in the supply ooming to Melbourne from that. quarter until June or July. The butter now coming to Melbourne from many factories is very poor in quality. . Owing to the small supplies of cream in many parts of the country farmers' cans take lon ger to fill, and consequently produoe only very indifferent butter. Condi tions arei generally very dry along the • Murray, less than 5in. of rain having fallen in nine months. The irrigation areas are producing a little butter, but many factories ...

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WHICH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

in/HiCH END OF A POST SHOULD BE UP? It ig a very common belief among farmers, .remarks the "Scientific Am erican,1' that a post will last lunger if set in .the ground the reverse or tne way it grew in tlis true; in other words, With the butt end up. Accordingly, one^sees many posts, especially end aiid gate-posts, with the small end down.; i'lie supposition is, , that sap in a tree 'is; always ascending; or; at'least, that it ia easier for the sap'to go up than down. ' Consequently, ,it 'is argued, turning a post ups'ide down tends to prevent the rise of water, helps to keep the wood dry, and therefore renders it less liable to decay. As a matter of fact, 'sap or water can flow in either direction with equal facility, .and tho popular notion to the contrary is in correct. Careful experiments on the relative durability ot post timbers hare been made by the, Ohio Agricultural Experi ment Station, and the above question was considered. Olio fence in particu lar oontained 15(5 black loc...

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PENSHURST BRANCH, P W.M.U. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

PENSHURST BRANCH, P W.M.U. Tihe ladies connected wifcli the Pens hurst branch of the Presbyterian \V<h m"<yi's Missionary '.Onion conducted a ■cake and gift fair in the Sunday School Hall on Saturday afternoon, -and evening, when th*Jre\ was a good attendance on both occa sions/Tliflk secretarial duties weny .capably carried out by Mrs. A. Nicolj:who- *sa\v. that, ail details received attention. Duiiug the evening a concert "programme wn& rendered as follows: P-iaiiofortcv duet. -'The Smithy,''_;Mrs. Walls arid Miss I. Greig; >ong, "Ths Carnival,'* Mrs. Powell; pianforte solo,: Miss E. Eales; song, "The Cry 'of the L:tti£_ Children,-" MrS. Bnggs; pianoforte - solo, "Barcarolle," Miss !. Olle^- duety / '•Conit« Sing to -Me,": Mrs-.- Courtney and Mr. Walls';--song,"'-'My Ain l'.olk," ■'Miss K. NeviH? ;• song, -.'We'd Better Bide A We,-." Mrs. .Gaesswas j. dret-, "Ye Bank*: and Braes," Mrs.: B .igg& and Mr. :Walls; song, .'v'The:-Songij:l Sing t...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 18 April 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. JJKSl'ATUHKD. Aiunday—W arriiainOuol, Koroit, Hawkcisuaio li.'iu a.m Melbourne, Hamilton, -Arafat, Uailaiat,Jl)uu k»ld .. .. .. .... U.-iU a. to Uaramut . •■ .... 'J.'6 a.m Melbourne, . Hamil ton) Warrnyiubool .. 4. A) p.m .Tuewiaj,;:— tVarEJiambuoJ, lyur- . . • olfcj'HaivJstetiafc!. - "Mei'bbufne, Hamilton, baliarat, AcaratJDun keid .. y.40 a.in Caraunu y.4o a.i*. Melbourne, Wan uauibool 4.20 p.ui. Hamilton .. i.Zo. y.Uf Wednesday— Wamiamboui. Jioi'oit, iiaivkcsuaie 13.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hawil- ' ion, Ararat, iiatla tuC, JJunKoiU .. .. y.40 a.m Carainut y.45 a.in Melbourne, \\ arr natnbool .. ..... .. 4.21) p.m. Hamilton .. .. .. 7.2d p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, Ararat, l>un kela .. 9.40 a.m Warrnatubool .. .. li.ao a.m . Carauiut iil.HO a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton .- 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, ivoroit, Hawkesdale G.50 a.m. Friday—Melbourne, Ham- ** „ ~ , llton, iSailatat, Ararat, Duukeid .. v 9.40 a.m j (Jaraiuut .. ,W.4o a.m Warruauibooi .. .. 11.3...

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