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

hr.'3« BO YOU SEE THIS? FRUlT.OONFECTIONERY A FANCY ' - ~TT~ XiOOOSfi / (Late F-. Crossley). £ ■ELL-STREET, PEN8H.UR8T. Announcei1 that .ha is no it prepared to supply the'public with luscious fruits of the best quality at the cheapest rate*. Supplies Received Regularly.'-:— Cholee Confeotlonery Stooked. A Nloe Range of Fanoy Cooda. TheBdfov&fance!, Do you know ,thaj many., of yonf - Suits which appear to you to b(l ' worn out' would, "if sent to me) be returned looking almost as fresh at *whe'n they arrived from the tailor's, and the cost, when compared with, that of a-new Suit would be infini<" tesimal.; I can-.clean your Suits; Overcoats, Vests and Hats, or.if they are faded can dye them. My process does not spoil the shape, or shrink anygarment. - • -r *. The cost is most reasonable — Suits from 5/9; Overcoats from 4/t. On all orders over 10/-, I pay freight one way. Send me a trial parcel. FROST'S FRUIT TREATED H ON M Y i AN ENTIRELY NEW ARTICLE Olf |;, „..,,...

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

Printed--and. published .by Draft Goner,'-for .the proprietor, J«hn D. M'K«Uir, the "Free Prew"- Of&ee, Martunttwtl, P«uhttr*t> Vjotom, iimiMl

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABL.E. .DESi&kOHED.. ' Albuday--Warriainbool, Koroit, -■■■ ; Hawkewiale.. ... .. "'6.45 a.m j - • Melbourne,' Hamilton;' ■' ' ; Ararat, BaUarat.Dun j : .... 9/40 a.m. i Caiahiut,. ..»,. ... ,.,"9.4i5 a.my !:- , ' iMelbouriie; Ha rail- = i . -ton, '\V^ 4.'20.p.m - iTuesday--AVartniimbppij Kor- ..." | " "oiti 'Hawk'esdais.. yV ,1' 6.45;-».m. ; - ..-Melbourne, Hamilton,. . * . • . . Baliarat, Ararat,Duh- ' | k'eld .. . . .. .,9-40 a;m j .;~\Caramiit . .. . '. .. ' 9.45 a.m ■; (• ' .Melbqtfrue,. ' ■ WariV;» ;•:' > f r ' -ftambool. .. , 4.2Q-p.nj..1 j . vHamiltoii:. 7i25 ,p.iii i i\V^iie^ay^.-:Whrrn'iitnb6ol."• ! J£oroit,. Ha^kesdalo . :6..45 «'.pb,'; i ■[Melbourne, ..Hamil- , , ' ' L' -"torij' :Ararati Balla- ' Yf . * ' • ; -rat/: Dmikeld'••"9i40;fcin;' j -r'" sW^V.:- ir"*s8fe4Sis|cim>; • i liambool ......... 4.20 p.m. Hamilton . ' 7.25 pVui, Thursday?—Melbourne, Ham-. -■ ' 'ilton,. Ararat, Dun- j keld:'Y. ..'.. . 0.iO"a.m ■* - Warrnambool . . . 11.35 ...

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PREPARATION OF THE SOIL. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

PREPARATION OP THE SOIL. A .thorough preparation of the soil .<kn>u 6i .the chief factors, in successful maiiageme^it of ithe Boil. Soils "that ar«;badly run down by continuous crop pitig majr be. restored to their original •at«te?*bf productiveness^ the use of If^iHsers, email r& jtonns is not always due to a lack of 'fertility. ;^aja^ condition?. may pre 'votI- tfhibh prevent: tfae: want attaining is) 'health development .> ®' Better con ditions, obtained by drainage, limingy etc.,. may beneoessary . before the plaft can "avail itself of" further addi tions , of plant food. The more per ~fwt':th&1condition of the* soil ismade the better will plants be able to attain the highea$ development f there will, then, be greater conversion "of food into crops.-. Oar soils .are the„medium, in which >W can at pleasure convert^, jpot ttsh°^oBpl^ariofi^ia-nitrogen into crops-, therefdrej is it not advisable to -^keep -the medium in the highest state of ef fi...

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Western District Factories. WINTER BALANCE SHEETS SHOW THE CO-OPERATIVE COMPANIES HAVE DONE WELL [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

: Western District Factories. winter balance sheets J show the co-opera tive companies • have done well ■;■■■■■ ' ! ' Usually ion the farfo the winter months a?e reckoned as - a partly dead period, but in the Western District, Ht any rate, the .dairyman is very much alive, as • the balance sheet* of the factories show. There have been two rather remarkable events during the period under review. The first was the Amalgamation of the Grass mere and _ Framlingham factories. The whOleofthe butter is now made at<* i iiKsmere, and.- the old Framling ham" fafctbry has been dismantled, and turned into-a cream station. While there is some local regret at the pass ing of the Framlingham factory, the amalgamation is to be approved as a sound business-like bit of policy, and should decidedly strengthen both com panics. The second event was the burning down of tlie old Warrnambool factory. This factory was built in 1888. : It has had a long a prosper :ous career,;and the directors wil...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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ARTIFICIAL MANURING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

artificial ManiltviitG; Tfi6 whole object'of artificial inanur ^iiSfe' 'befitg- to 'snjj^cinefitv the deflcien .'.oiei' df tSfc, soil, *itJ; is1 Highly durable ^hiit a| farmer should Ascertain By ^rSife : ia'' tHe fieId V , is 'tlft.; actual . amttuht oBV&cr^e whitfh :he- obtains Jfr'6iii ^fr^iipplic&tioii of the matatuiets 'he ^t2rch6&s. " A few carefull^iiade' ex • ttfjfOfc'-'Jiiiiii' * what his liaiaPa&d; crops are really - in need of, ^h&uiS :fre iise - supfcrphbsf>liate; aa well -as'mtr^t^'bf soda ior ti^'wheitP What -di^Mifg of ^the nitrate ia ihoabt,e<X>no 'ttncar?1. 'Issv^iipfabsplMfte alotte enffi ^nt ^fbi- ihis turnip -croft, 'or should ammonia or nitrate be-jeinployedy aa ;; \ What is rtfcie *&&lUpt: quantity :6f sUbbrtiba6phlite 'sufficient lor tile • erdp?- will it 'pSy' '%& use potash • Baits <-for&is seeds; his. pasture, or his potato . TTKese aim many other quesr tiiQi...

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THE penshurst Sree press. PUBLISHED EVERRY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, JANURAY, 10th 1914 Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

, v> THE pensijurst 5ree press. PnBtJSHKD EveBtSaTURDAT MoKNIKG Satubdatv • Jasuahy, 10th 1914 ' Notes and Comment*. Mr K. N. Hyslop wil} visit Prai hurst on Monday next. Anieetinjtof those interested in the annual seaside excursion will be'fteM" in the MedmnicsV Hall, on; Tuesday evening next. " v Messrs It. W. Fowling and Co. will not be' conducting their fortnightly sale on Monday, next Dairymen please note. > >" ^ * Oor readers are invited to observe the basinesss advts in this issue. Mr J. <jfv ChesBwas is shewing the latest season's goods.. Mr Briggs offers, hew year specials. Mr McNee advertises a lull stock of the necessities for com fort/.-'. The annual meeting of the Peiis hurst Mechanics''Institute will be held on Tuesday January 27th, when on® of the items under discussion will be the way and means of putting in a new floor. Now is the appointed time for dancers to come forward. Messrs' R. W. Powling and. Co. in conjunction with Messrs NorriB. Toyrie ...

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

ft* aprroymo TOPB pftifefs, fftfDY YOUB POQKIT,;TOOil! P*7 'C*riow for Salt# no bettfer t&m Mine l—— . I deal; rtirio&e' foe (W*> consequently batfe no Baia dobtB vfbr wjiioh yon WvVtb pay; 'I 'import..all aor mtr terifcb duwHj_ f^m . floa manufacfrur atid nri'*k'ii •B'Bnftioniiiy own UTeyqn^lttrge from- in tvin dsmgnfl' and &&. very I*te*t ibdifeb Dy« Weeaa, worai ed». Vionriaa, Tinllfl. and th« | -famous Gteelonf ' Serge —— •AO SOW -TO IttABUB*. ■ r35A, 1st A DIP rO lfE'A SXI B K. Av'.lujfa ]'&/&*• m«ab Qt Oi«r 66*$in& '; *• oHooiae from" at "^wisalmA -aio«; . Pitternn, Tap* "aM S.M. Form $&*'■*«£ \V. H. BRUCE' ' :T^Ei VslQPia'*. TAIIjOB,. . - :dUB, ^UKM-lfr., attLBOUEN*. Your Moneys Worth r and More T. GAUNT & CO. PTY. LTD. Inirihak' WatdaHkcm OoUdiM v 337-339 B«tfl»Str?et,Meft. SCHRECK'S POULTICE SCHRECK'S POULTICE CAN CUBE tub! 'OLTil ? —a—— AMD bad lscw. ah rawnii*- \/% um§/*

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INTERESTING INVENTIONS. COMING AUSTRALIAN PATENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

[interesting inventions. COMING APRmWMAMT . PATBNJC8. ; u, Jk'W;.I$PQrfced by; .the r well; knwm Pa- I ^tAttarneys,. Mes«»i; G...Gv Tnrri & Co., of "TJia Ri#lt«," Collins, Street, in ordinary.'cQOise, vPfttojtb.tf OpmmonpeaiiiiiLwill .be ;B^ied;in; respect ofallor most olthe ilcilfenrjMtS; inveationsl . Complete : spe i, oi$QMiOQ3 and: drawings ue publicly av&ttf&lfe . ..; ,-... . j,-|4iiJa^: ;M»diii»Tr-i»and;; operated , (6813r-rl37£)—Tie teatsare aoted:upon ■ tob-pafe.controlled by cords; t- A. P. i Hfcymaq, purchaser from J. Neilson, ; Denmark. ... ii'i. Cultivator (€316—l;275)r-A i. cMnael ; ijoafrtme. jg-iangulafc> with devices to -reopivei-ana hbldI:twine?;-T-A.. E». Miles, .Victoria. . .Wire Strainer and Tnistcc (6380— 127.7)r-A yoke caitie^ a vmch, barrel, havinghonis, eto.—J. O'Callaghan, Victoria. ' • Head Gear for Windmill'. (8569^ 1878JbrrI1ii8 pump mill ha* todtned re duction gear 19 an oil tight casing with : oil: distributing devices. — J. A...

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

(Commonwealth kkb. Sank of Eustralia HEAD OPHOl fStPP itONlY I 'thb Baak h *l»a far alloIatf««<OCNBRAI» BANKING BUSINBM equitableTmjildinq, OOLUNS STRUT, MKLBOURNB tjtu;, Cubim, K*woutl«, Adtlald*, Fnth, Hobart, Brisbaaa, Bockfiaaaptoa, Tawaarilla aad Laadafc Oabl*frtnttUscM mad* to,'and draft* draws onforaicn plaeat dinefc^. rawlci MUi anotUUd aad e»ll«ct*d. Latter* of credit lamad to aay part of th« world. --Bill* ntcotutad or forwardad tm eolkctioa. BaaMac aad Exchange Bnttata**tmtjdttcripUaatiamastcdwithiotlMOoamoa* : "wealth,Ualtcd Kiardom and.Abroad. Ciureat accvtuta cpiatd. Intarat paid «a flxvd dtyeaiia. ■ Adraaca* mad* agalMt appm*d MeuriUaa, • . ■ ' SAVINGS BANK ' OKPAHTMCNT VletMPlM tontoalMIN I; »IT OOLMN* STUBBiy MILSOUIIN*. Bnnckaa ia tha abort eitiea and StOOO AgtMlM at Peat QAota thrtntheat lht Coaupoawealtb - . Ba'iMlit Mm l/< «» <IOO. Iiitanat itt <2 |Mr annum. . . ••pkalto cr Wtthrirawais aMjr ki Bada at aar Braac|r«r Ag...

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

RP0FE8SI0NAL. - K. M. HYSLOP L.D.8., B.D.S. J Dnmsx, Tel. 172. Thorold Building!, Thomaon Street, ~ - H A M IITOS. Will visit Penshurst fortnightly, and ■nay be consultedfrom 10 a.m. to 5 p.ra; at .Richie's hotel, on Monday, Jan. 12 . MB. F. 8. W. MAWSON, 1 7 DENTIST, 201 Moorabool StbkeTj GEBLONQ. WILL, visit the following places as : under;— Prii-fc"FAiry; Tuesdaly, Jan. 20. " ■ KOroitjAVodrn'sdny; .Jan.^21. ' Penshurst, Thursday,. Jan. 22. - ""* Hamilton, Friday and Saturday; Jan. 23' and 23. ' ■ • ' y.-.s*! DENTALi! Melsom Hemmons SURGEON DENTIST, " WARBNAMBOOL, Will Tiait PENSHURST on First Thursday in every month and may be oonsalted at E. R. COURTNEY'S Pharmacy from lu a.m. till 5 p.m. Appointments may be made •with Mr Conrtney at the above address. NOTICE. MRS S. HUDGSON |PENSHURST. IS prepared to CATER for PICNICS, BALLS, WEDDINGS, Etc., Etc. Orders left at the " Free Pres's" office will be promptly attended to.' Notice. v AS I am not in the employ of Messrs A MacCrow and S...

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

SEA^j-ft|j) EXCURSION A . .MEETING «jf . t.i-nsa interested in XX theAnuual Seaside Excuraionwill be hel4.oi> Tuesday evening, 13th inst at 8 o'eloflV-' afc tlieMechanics'' Hall. ., BUSINESS—To make arrangements (or ''Anntuil Ex^oralont «■' >.

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

R. W. POWLISG km Auctioneers, Stock and Station Aftats, PENSHURST. »Phon« No. 17 '1> W. POWLINU * CO (throoRh their rV. auctioneer, - j. D' FORSYTH will bold tbriT fori Diitbtty saleat Tobin's yards on be above d4ie,fttJ JW p.m., when they will '■■■ Agents torNorth British And. Ueresnile Insurance Co. Ltd. and The Truntw#, fexnr». andAgeney.CosLtd.~ Sunshine Harvester Co. : AgenLat Macarthur—Mr P. FOX. PENSHURST. TUESDAY, JAN. 13. Special SheepSale. RW. FOWLING St. CO., id conjuno •. turn with MESSES. NORRIS, TOYNE & SCOWN, will sell on above date—"'V-'! .. 400 Crossbred EweB, 3 and 4 years V .• 300 Crossbred Ewes,6 and 8-tooth ^- 000 Ciofcbred Lambs . - 180 Comebaok Ewes, 8-tootli; 270 Lambs 100 Crossbred Ewes, 4 years ; 100 Crossbred Wethers, 3 years 80 Crossbred Lambs STRAUHAN, MURRAY and SHANNON, Pty. Ltil, GEELONG and BRANCHES WOOL* GRAIN BROKERS LAND, STOCK, an* STATION AGEHTS. *. Stock and Land Sales conducted ~ in any part of the State. Representative for PENSHURS...

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COWBOY IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

COWBOY IN ENGLAND. i A young feliow"Tacoma Kid,'' ep peared in court recently in picturesque cowboy attire, having been summoned for interfering:with the comfort of pas sengers on the London Brighton;! and South Goast Railway* He was fur ther summoned for carrying a loaded revolver, contrary, to the bylaws of the company. _ t i James Hill, a telephone engineer said on September"6, he was. travelling from " the Crystal Palaoa Low Level station to Eoreet Hill 'by' the j.10;.35 train. ? He was accompanied ,b^ fins wife and two children. Just before ; the train: star ted, the defendant came-to the door of • the compartment," with"' a' revolver in his hand and remarked, "Who 1 says there ain't no room in-here?" He sat I down between two ladies,; and after the | train started, proceeded* to extifacfc a cartridge from ..the revolver. Ha; plao e'd this on $ coat, but after, a while'he replaced, the-cartridge.-.'Tlie -train j had only gone, a.short distance, when the defendant got. up, and r...

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QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF PAIR OF PLIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

, QUARREL COST A LIFE. OWNERSHIP OF?PAIR OF PLIERS. • Over a pair 'of pliers, a quarrel took plac©, which resulted on. the alleged murder of Charles Johnson, a dock la borer. The man -was found bleediag from a terrible gash in the throat in .' London/ and he . expired shortly after staggering to' a surgery. Sub sequently, JohnGriffn,, or Griffiths, h dart-boardmakeiJSurrendered to ihe police, -,and. was .'ohar^ed with murder!. Events thlat led up to^the tragedy werb described at the inquest , by Charleb Henry Hart, an able seaman. • ' Witness said he was in the kitchen When Griffin "oame1;in, and walkings p to Johnson' said "Where's my pair yf pliers?" Johnson replied "I dont know where the pliers are!" Then Johii son and Griffin went out , together - wrangling. . Witness heard : Johnson say, "They're not worth threepence!,5' and Griffin replied, "I don't care whe ther they're worth a quid,; I want tliemS" Jr, About' four -or fiVe -"minuteia afterwards' he saw them standing co gethe...

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

TRY FOR—' ■■'■■--■' - - R?r* + >2 ■: Boots* Shoes, Groceries, Hardware Ironmongery.

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EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

EFFECT OF SUGAR ON CEMENT. ' That sugar in quantities as small as onerqiiarter of one per cent, of the weight ,of the cement will completely preyentithe oement from setting, and that-one or two -per cent, of sugar iwlf malte the cement set quickly-, hut wfllijjater cause it to disintegrate or break up, has been established by a . series' of tests conducted by a chemical engineer, who also claims that th# ac tion & more pronounced with some ce • inents than with; others. Further ex periments have'failed to determine ac curately the cause of the pronounced action of a small quantity of sugar % i upon a large quantity of cement. | Sainta hare a bad record as states* I men, and. Christian prinoiples have I sometimes. Been applied most effectively by men who are not themselves Chrifr tiaiii.—D«mj Hen#le; H«osoot

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

PLUMBER AND GASFITTER^ BELL STREET, PENSHURST ;i- !.r •■•/••r •• ' • " -Oi • . " • ■ ;•'••• ' ALL KINDS of PLUMBING DONE on THE shortest notice IN* A workmanlike manner. . r ' n0Jqb too-^ig.—Stone too small. TANKS, TROUGHS^BATHS MADE TO ORDER. . WINDMILLS ERECTED OR REPAIRED IN ANY PART OF THE DISTRICT. AGENT FOR WEfeB BROS, b co.'s reliable windmills - » ' AND boilers. . ONLY BEST BRANDS OF MATERIAL USED; v. ^ ^iMfiffeRIOR STUFF. GIVE ME A TRIALv^ SATfSFACTION GUARANTEED. "" (MPORTAKJ ApOUNCEMENT. Bruce & McClure, ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS AND STEEL FOUNDERS. v WARRNAMBOOL. BEG to Notify the Residents., of Penshurst and' the Surrounding District that they HAVE OPENED A BRANCH of their Business, in the ~ Premises lately occupied'by Messrs. Walter-Bros. - A First-Class-PLUMBER and WINDMILL EXPERT is employed, and Orders will be taken-for Windmills, Motor Engines, Power Working Heads,. Milk Pumps^ Patent: Double-valve .and Ordinary Well; and Bore Pumps, Sa...

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PEARS BECOMING SCARCE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 10 January 1914

PEARS BECOMING SCARCE. During the last few years the de mand for perfect pearls has been so great that now the supply on hand is practically exhausted, and the leading jewellers-, of" Europe fear that for some .time there will be a dearth of these costly gems. "It 13 true," says M. 0. Chincolle, an expert, writing on the ' subject, ' 'that in the -thousands of pearl oysters .which are being constantly brought up from' the deep, many beautiful pearls iare found, but even if twice as many, were found the supply would atill be insufficient. The price of pearls has increased greatly of late, yet the more they cost the more eagerly are- they sought, v" "Naturally, the demand is greatest for those1.whioh are faultless. A jew eller' who has a finel row of, symmetrical pearls can be sure of selling it at a high price. A few days ago' I saw a necklace containing 45 pearls, of whioh 12 -Were black. It is worth £10,000, 'and: will certainly be sold within a week. • _ ' "Wealthy Americans are e...

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