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CARICATURE AND LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

CARICATURE AND LIFE. The change in Paris fashions, where by absurdity is to give way to com monsense, is, we are told, :due rather to the ridicule of the-caricaturist'than to the thunder of the pulpit. The cable message serves to draw attention to the influence of caricature in social and political life. Caricature, using the word.m its .widest .sense,.is-as olti as civilisation', though, the forms of it with wliicli* we' are most familiar are comparatively- modern . Through the ages it has" been-a rival" of-the logician and the preacher as .an agent of ro form or change. Often, too, it has been the enemy of' logio. Aristophanes was'a^carica'tu'ri'st; and somewhat si»n , lar ^methods were, used over two thou-' i sand years later by Gilbert. But as ; civilisati®Txadvances-'caricature' becomcs more varied in form, and its influence seems to'yincrease. . Certainly i there never were so many forms and so'great a volume of caricature" as there are to '■day. "While, in the narrow sense—in...

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

PENSHUR8T MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPA'R>tU£D. holiday—Wiuriuunljoo], korwl, iLawkesdale .. . . .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, ilaiiaiat,JL)un-:. keld .v. T ':9.0 a.m.' . (Jaramut .. .. .. 9.''5 a.rn Melbourne, Hamil- - " • ton,.Warmumbooi :.. : 4.20 p.m - Tuesday— Warrnambool, Koi- ■ , oit, liawkesdale.. .! ; 6.4o a.'iu. Melbourne, Hamilton, Uallarat, AciuatjJDuii k«fcl .. .... .. 9.40 a.ot (Jaramul y.46 a.ui Melbourne, YVan nainbool • 4.^0.p.m. Hamilton.. 7.25 p.m Wednesday— Warrnambool. Jxoroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. AleAbouma, Hamil ton, Ararat, ifalla lat, Uunkeld .. .. 9.40 a.in L&ramufc v .. ..... 9.46 a.m. AHalbouxne, • W'arr uambool 4.20 p.m. ^ Hamilton ~. 7.25 y.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham-. liton, ' Ararat, Dun ■ kdd .. 9.40 a.rn Warrnambool -.. .. .11.85 a.m. CaraiuuD .. .. .. "12.30 a.m.' Melbourne, Hamil- , ton .. _ 4.20 p.m. W&rrnaihbool, lioroit, Hawkesdale ...... 6.50 a.m. ifriday—Melbourne, Ham- • .; lltou, Ballatat,Ararat, Uunkeld ........ 9....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

YOUNGHUSBAND, ROW^C® W PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head ^Office: 94-6 Kihg St., Meibaurne Branohes—ALBURV, LOCKHART, WODON0A, TALLANGATTA, CORRVONG & WALWA. BROKERS FOR .THE SALE of : mmmmmmmmam PROMPT RETURN8. WOOL, 8HEEMKINS, HIDES, TALLOW. FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. {■nrr ATfiniAF. Three months free on Grain received 1st December ~FHCC 01UIIABC.'', to :31st. March, after which, one month -allowed;.. WHOLESALE ASENTS FOR ^ McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES T • PRIVATE SIDING- KENSINGTON'. THE BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewing Machines for j p Family use. THE Sewing llaohine ha* so king been a necessity'in ev«ry ■ liiiuils; that the main qaeetion to be, answered is, Which Machine is the Bust? ' the women of the family are answering this question by purchasing ' Mere than tws million Singer 8«wlng Maol;ines aaoh year. , V Re new Singer Alodel 66 is acknowledged the Lightest Running Lock-sti...

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PRESIDENT WILSON'S WIFE VISITS SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

PRESIDENT WILSON'S WIFE visits SLUMS. With characteristic thoroughness and independence, Mrs. "Wilson, wife of Pre sident Wilson, and her daughter, have paid a visit to the slums of "Washing ton to se for themselves the conditions in which some of the poorest, and many of the worst elements of the peo ple, exist. T-hey. found these conditions so bad that they took back to the President a very grave report. In consequence the President is supporting a Bill by which it is intended to clear away-the worst of the, slum areas in the 'course of ten years. New-and wide streets are to be. made through the districts which are at present centres where diseases, im morality, and crime are rampant. I judge men by the creases in tlieir brains, not the creases in their trou sers.—H. Kaufman. It as largely to the working classes that one looks for the development of music in any country. Most of the doctors in Harley Street have made gigantic Bums simply by telling the people to go to bed. Every o...

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. A truck loaded with 61 bags of lime, ■belonging to the Railway department, Caught lire at Mentohe. The ■ ftruck was rather severely damaged, and the lime was destroyed. . . •For passing a tram car on the wrong side, AV. Anderson, a law clerk, was lined £5 at Richmond. A lady defendant, Elizabeth Gilmore, was -also lined £5, with 12/6 costs. "i do not think that doctors at gen? eral hospitals should be allowed to cer tify that ^patients are. insane," said tiie coroner at the inquest on the death of Thomas White at iie Kew Asylum. A Sydney motor-oar importer <Bas been mulcted in a penalty of £1350 and costs for having attempted to de fraud the Customs department. In order to cope witn heavy demands for new rolling-stock and engines, the stalf at the .Newport shops are working ait high pressure. Over 4000 men_ are engaged on the day shift alone. "We have no desire to financially embarrass any shire, and that aspect will always receive consideration," said Mr. C...

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DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

DANGERS OF WHITE BREAD. ~—' • *■ Br-. . Mouteuuis lias issued a work, "White Bread: Its Dangers and the Remedy, Natural Bread." Tlie work is the beginning T>f a. campaign in France against white " bread. The book develops'the idea that white bread is a scientific error, and consequently a source of ruin. Professor Letulle, in his impressive prefhce, points out that, the study of this great problem of our time is the duty of everyone; for it is a question of national' health and fortune. Exact analyses and figures, scientific data on the' role of minerals, soluble ferments, and the value of liv ing corn explain how white bread is an improtant factor, not only of constipa tion, appendicitis, and maladies of the digestive track, but of. alcoholism, tu berculosis, in a- word, of the degenera tion of the race. ' .*• :

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

WOMEN'SiNTERESTS. (By "Ambrosine.") in London ■ hat shapes are smaller and .more, compact turn they. have . been. liUt" * these differences do- hot at all detract ■ from tileir charms aud becommgness. Quae the oontrary. Neither do. they limit the variety . Small and compact as shapes taken as a whole may be, tlien' vapiety of line is indefinite. Only the Hypercritical will, have fault to find with tile spring miilinqry, taken as a . whole;. There, are, of course, a few shapes and styles that are strange and freakish, hut apurt'from these there is so- much to please that .unattractive styles can be leit alone? Usually the brim is at one side, a,hd it . shoots out picturesquely at tlie termination-of a" graceful and gradual curve. Some of the brims are given a pinch here md a lift-up, there,, giving a "saucy-' as pect tp the wnole effect. Some of. Uie sliapas, have crowns that reaiii' a considera;bl& height, others have crowns: of only moderate heigtri,. but a bum that is trem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

FOOTBALLS MANUFACTURED FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED MATERIAL AND FITTED WITH BEST QUALITY BLADDERS. *• - X., guaranteed, BALLS BALLS BALLS Hartley Special, - 14/6. Hartley Special, guaranteed, 13/0 Hartley No.l, 11/6 Hartley Selected, 10/6. Hartley Match n, 8/6. Sherrin's "Australasian," 15/6. Fordham's '' Australasian,'' 15/6. Swale's "Australasian," 15/-. Don's "Veribest," 14/6. , Don's Special, 12/6. Match II., 6/6, 7/6, and 8/6. Match HI, 5/-, 5/6, and 7/6. Youthfs No. 4, Solid Hide, Hand Sewn, 5/-. Youth's No. 3,-Solid Hide, Hand Sewn, 4/-. Youth's No. 2, Solid Hide, Hand Sewn, 3/-. Youth's No. 1, Solid Hide, Hand Sewn, 2/6. British Association Soccer, 12/6 arid 14/6. British Association Seccer, Sher rin's, 16/6. BLADDERS One Quality only.—The^Best. Size 6. Match H, 3/-. - Size 5, 2/6. Size 4, 2/-. — Size 3, 1/9. Size 2, 1/6. Size 1, 1/3. . v •' Association, Match Size, 3/-. KNICKERS White Drill, 2/6, 3/-. Blue Linen, 3/-. — Dungaree, 3/-. JERSEYS, Woollen, all colors. Plain Colors ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

INSURE WITH THE A8SURANCE CO , LIHITEB. FOB FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COKPER* . «... RATION INSURANCE. ., ACTIVE AGENTS WANTED WHEBE NOT REPRESENTED. Fall Pftrticnlaxt ob application ta "•ALGETY « CO LTD, » JBLBOUBNX. (Itaiini far VJaicri*.) IN STUDYING YOUR DRESS, STUDY YOUR POCKET TOO I t ! Don't Pay Higher Prices for Suite no Better tlian Mine! I deal strictly for Cash; con sequently I hare no bad debts for which yon have to pay. I . import all my materials direct . from the manufacturer, and make . all Suits on my own promisee. I ean give you a large assortment . of abadea to choose from. in fancy designs and the very latest. Indigo D.y tweeds, . worst eds, Vicunas, Twills; and the famous Geelong Serge— SAO SUIT TO MEASURE. • 35/ A large assort ment of Over coatings to chodse from at this same price. Patterns, Tape and S.M. Form sent to any ad drees, Post Free. W. H. BRUCE, THE PEOPLE'S TAILOR, 169 BOURKE-ST., MELBOURNE. FULLER SI JOHNSON ne. Here is a porta...

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COLF. PENSHURST OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

COLF. PENSHURST OFFICIAL OPENING. ' . -rT — ' lanty in th-2 distr ct. The opeuing on Saturday last took the form or ladies' and gents' singles competitions. The gents'- troophy wa* presented by Mr. Madiganj ana the lady's by Mr. Courtney. A goodly number of comp titors took out' cards, and .with the weather so ideal, a most enjoyable afternoon was spent. The ladies' competition was won by Miss I. Olle. and Mr. I). Cooper was success ful in the men's event. As the president's wife, Mrs. Greig was the hostess at the afternoon tea table, and the dainties provided were much appreciated by-the players and visitors. " Following are the scores in the com petitions:— GENTS' SINGLES, Gross. Hdc-p. N?t. D. Cooper . .. .. .. 101 22 79 T.Powell V. 100 18 82 L. Tulloh .. .. .. . 103 20 S3 F: E.'Kierco .. V. .. 98 12 86 R. Aitkcn 106 20 80 \V. A. Kelly ... .. .. 100 14 86 1). Metfee . .... ..113 24 S9 J. Bryan .. .. .. .; 110 - 20 .90 T. Madigan ...... 104 13 91 J. G. Cliesswas .. .. 104 13 91 A....

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, 2nd MAY 1914. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

THE Pensfyuist 5i*ee Press. Published Every""Satuiv>ay Morning * Saturday* 2nd May 1914. - Notes and Comments. The annual meeting of the Penshurst and District Agricultural and Pastoral -Society wasj -to nave bean held on Tues day1- Last, but owing to the fact that Messrs. R. W. Fowling and Co. were conducting 4ri important special sale, which attracted a number of members, it was decided to adjourn the . meeting until Tuesday, May 12. The annual "Flower Show in con-, nect'ion with All Saints' Church of England,, was opened.yesterday after noon - and continued last night. A good attendance was-present oii both occasions^ The exhibits are of high standard in almost every section, -and a very pretty display is«to be had from a spectacular point of view. The show will be continued to-night wh^n many novelties will be introdu ced during the evening. An impression has got abroad in'con nection with the. subdivisional sale of part of ^South Kolor ' Estate, to he conducted by Messrs. Da...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rmticus.") Tlw.aotien of the Minuter of Lands nnd the Minister of Agrioulture in the direction of taking steps 'to' check the inroads of (the pest Known >as St. - John's Wort in the Beechwortjh- and Bright districts is timely and necessary.1 Very large areas of valuable country are "being devastated. - In order to cope with the pest and hord . it> in chuck., the ^Ministers have derided to ask the co-operation of the municipali ties conoerned in .first, of all ascertain ing the . actual area .infected, - whether it is privately held,- 6r is" on pub lib roads or Grown lands. Immedi ately the information from the muni cipalities is received officers will be sent , up to complete the investiga tion as io the infected area. At the same itime, officers, of the Agricultu ral department , will b,e toljl off to in vestigate and report on the proper re medies <to be adopted. On receipt of all the information the two Ministers will submit recommendations...

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The Alleged Assault. CORONIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

The Alleged Assault. CORONIAL INQUIRY. Before. 3Jr El E. WiMi*ms,'P.M. (Coroner) yesterday, an inquiry was made" into the circumstances surroun ding the death of john Josepli Lewis, the victim of the alleged assault. . James Allen was present under Tejiiand of in* liciously '\vounding, and was represented by 31 r A. M'LucJ: 'e, of Hamilton. Supt. lvnox conducted the case on behalf of the. Crown. David Fraser Laidlaw, legal prac titioner, Hamilton, deposed :—I made a post mortem examination of the body of John Joseph Lewis at Pens hui'st on the 22nd April, 1914. Thfe< body was that of a well-nourished, muscular man abiut 50 years of age. j With the exception of . a small perAl forating wound on {lie lower lip, and ■i slight bruise un If - the leffr-jttwrbono there were no other injuries to be seen on the.liody. , 1 found, on an exainin ation of the head,- a considerable effusion of* blood under the scalp at the back, extending fonvard. Tliere. ,was a large hemorrhage with ...

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UNIQUE CHRISTMAS PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

UNIQUE CHRISTMAS PUDDING. I ■ . . One of the most remarkable Christ inas puddings on reeord.was the one - made by the late Lord Wolseley and a brother officer to celebrate the Christ mas spent in the Crimoa. These are the details: A box of figs did for fruit. Suet was unobtainable, so they usod rancid grease.'. 'There was no flour to be had, so-they made soma by ponud ing up ship's biscuit with a pestle and mortar. The, latter articles wore also improvised—a. Russian rouud shot and a; piece of ah exploded shell. When the " mess, was properly mixed ,it. was tied in a "towel and placed to boil. An order-* to hu?ry to the trenctiss/c-ut short this operation, however, and the fate of the. pudding giving-for a" moiu'entMn'-doubt. Either it had.'to be ; wasted or..- eaten half cooked. It was eaten, and Wols retire spmetituo Ifker from t^e.^ren^hes.. undeipj doet&/£f)jr(te^ v| - ■ J^daan't' it mikfce ' from *^"tb^ feel you axe :Empire-building among such terrors? To live among lion...

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MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

MARKETS, .Butter.—Extreme depression is be ing felt in the local butter market a* a result of 'the competition of Queens land and. New South Wales butter, which are being purchased at lower ' prices in lieu of Victorian secondary butters. Choicest butter .is still be ing sold at 1/2; good and medium qua lity butters are quoted down to lOjd, and for poor and stale cream lotB lower prices are accepted. Prime se ! parator. and private dairy butters can be purchased for 9d, and BJd, and me dium to. good, storekeepers' and' mixed " lots-;; down to 8id.; ■' Milk.—rThe; oifioial. quotation of the Victorian. Wholesale Milk Producers' Association is 1/ per gallon for iresh milk delivered.,; , ! Cheese.—Thiare., is a very active d©> j maud for . new- cheese, whiph is scarce. , Choice mellow matured ; is'quoted at 8d, and insomo instances 8id, and Bemi-rnatured: at 7d^to. 7Jd. ; Medium aqd loaf sizes, suitable for export, r cire' selling readily at! 7d to»7jd, me dium' to good at' 6d to 6jd...

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A PLAIN ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

A PLAIN,ROAD TO FORTUNE. How Some. Secured Success. "Become a Patentee." . 1. Cultivate and perfect your ideas as to improvements and inventions. Experiment. The world is eager for something new, which, however sim ple it may be, will "save labor, or ex pense, or do things better. Let it be more convenient, or promote pleasure or safety, or do away with faults, or reduce waste. The person who gets l>ublic opinion of such an invention is on the road 'to wealth. Be will cease;to be a ser_van_t; he becomes a proprietor. People who handle things in every day- use are the natural inventors .of better things, and the -natural capital ists of to-morrow. 2. Study the subject of patenting. Read tho splendid advice that Edison gives. Learn the'procedure as to pa tenting in the- chief , countries,—then secure your.- own legal monopoly for your rights by becoming a patentee. 3. If that workman or foreman, or your ingenious friend/has produced a clever invention, put him. on the track about. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

RPOFESSIONAL. & K. M. HYSLOP L.D.8., B.D.8. Dentist, Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings, ''homson Street, HAMILTON. t Will visit Penshurst fortnightly, and may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday, May 4. MR. F. S. W. MAWSON, DENTIST,. 201 Moorabool Street, GEELONG. WILL visit the following places as under;— Port Fairy, Tuesday April 28 Koroit, Wednsday, April 29 Pensburst, Thursdav April 30 Hamilton, Friday and Saturday, May 1 and 2. DENTAL; Melsom Hemmons SURGEON DENTIST, WARRNAMBOOL, Will visit PENSHURST on First Thursday in every month. and may be consulted at E. R. COURTNEY'S Pharmacy.-from 1*, a.m. till o p.m. Appointments may be made with Mr Courtney at the above address. NOTICE. MRS S. HUDGSON PENSHURST. IS prepared to CATER for PICNICS BALLS, WEDDINGS, Etc., Etc. Orders left at the "Free Press" office will be promptly attended to. Write to A. G. PURSELL, WARRNAMBOOL, see Penslmrst Representative, Mr J. K. DUN'HAR about that Buggy, 6ig or Waggon ...

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WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

WOMAN CONDEMNS SMOKjNG. "I.-haven't much patieijco with the people who object to smoking,; because it is 'unladylike,' " (says a London writer.) "Cycling for women was 'unladylike' not very lofig'agpj so was the" wearing, of tailormade coats and skirts! For a good many years, tho 'nice girl' never waltzed.' . 7 She only danced poHvas, (juadrUles,~ aiid.:sp on,, and' left walt'zing to^the kind of poo ple who did bunny hug§\ and •'turkey trots a season 'of two. back. What you call -unladylike' really depends very much on the year in which you ^ero born." : . ..... \ ; , • .The writer then goes on to state, her real reason- for disliking smoking,/ .because when, strong men wish to g«>t into the pink of condition—boxers, foot ballers, and forth—-they nearly always give up smoking. • ~ -' Well, I think they ought to know what they are doing. I think that a habit whichr, confessely, doesn't help to build up tho organism of a football champion is. more- than- likely. „to do downright ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

Straw Color from Age. GIN PURE AND VERT WHOLESOME. • DISTILLERY ESTABLISHED OVER S33 TEARS. Pure French Grape *.* ★

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PERFUMES NO LONGER CONDEMNED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 2 May 1914

PERFUMES HO LONGER - CONDEMNED. • A Home authority states that per fumes are ; 110 longer considered con demned as effeminate. -Bath crystals are among the 'more popular forms of perfume, as they are refreshing and also soften the water. . - ^ Public :ta"sto now.; shoes' a strongmen-, dency towards the" mysterious scent:,' so that the old simple scents like violet," rose, and lily "of the valley are giving way to perfumes composed of perhaps as many as iifty different ingredients -^perfumes, for instance," like Shem-el Nessim. .There is as .much harmony, and discord in perfumery as in music, Harmony in the toilet can only be achieved- by the use of the- same per fume throughout, while, in the mak- ' ing of composite perfumes, ;the; smallest grain too Vueh - ot too little ' of any j ingredient , "will caused as much disoord J.: aa when a pianist plays a wtong note. I

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