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ROVERS v CALEDONIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 16 May 1914

ROVERS v CALEDONIANS. On the members' reserve of the acecourse, the Rovers will meet a second grade team of the Caledonians this afternoon. Following will, repre sent the Rovers :—W. Cook, N. Lee, G. Lee, A. Collins, T. Aberline, "VY. Bamford, G. Davis, L. Dwyer, C. Baulch, A. Downes, Hustler (2), M. Barden, C. Elford, J. Letts, P. M'Gloin, H. Lewis, G. Eales. Emer gencies—Downes (2), D. Coot,

Publication Title: Penshurst Free Press
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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER I. CHAPTER II. A DANGEROUS CONTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN ELLERTON.) CHAPTER I. CHAPTER II. A DANGEROUS CONTRACT. "JLerriblv oppressive, . said (Japtsnn Beresford with a nervous glance at the leaden sky above their heads, as lie drove Ida Haniitlon at a rapid pace through the leaf lanes of Hampshire. His nerves had already been upset by his thoughtless question, and a vague feeling of dread oppressed her more than the want of azone in the atiiios pliere. "The beauty of the day has gone," Ao said with a. sigh; "and it was so lovely when we started." "In" my opinion, I have oome to tlie best of it now," looking down, into lier /ace with admiration mixed with a dash of insolence; "what a lucky chance it was for -me that your aunt lost her smelling-bottle." "Not at alLlucky if it rains. You in-ill have me on your mind as well as •yourself," with disdainful gravity, that 'refused to see a compliment. "Self would stand a poor chance of being remembered. I hope thunder •'does not frighten you, Miss Hamil ton. for we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

Business WARM BLANKETS ARE WINTER NECESSITIES. THERE IS NO TIME TO LOSE. WINTER IS ON US. THE NIGHTS ARE GETTING COLDER; YOU MUST HAVE COMFORT AND WARMTH IN YOUR. BED COVERING. THE MERITS OF-OUR BLANKETS WILL APPEAL TO YOU. — THE BLANKETS WE OFFER ARE AUSTRALIAN. TF1EY ARE MADE FROM PURE WOOL—WOOL GROWN IN AUSTRALIA—SPECIALLY CHOSEN WOOL FROM THE FINEST SHEEP AUSTRALIA RAISES. SEE THEM TO-DAY! EIDERDOWN QUILTS THAT ARE LIGHT AND WARM. I HAVE A LOVELY RANGE OF DAINTY DESIGNS AND ARTISTIC PATTERNS. RUGS OF GOOD QUALITY. THE FAMOUS ALL WOOL ONKAPARINGA RUG. THE MOST RELIABLE RUG OX THE MARKET—ONLY OBTAINABLE FROM US. I — KEEP YOUR CATTLE WARM WITH ONE OF OUR RUGS. , IT IS PROFITABLE TO KEEP YOUR CATTLE WARM. WHY NOT GET THE MAXIMUM RESULTS FROM YOUR CATTLE. BY THE TIMELY PURCHASE OF A WARM AND .SERVICEABLE RUG. ~—— THE LEADING MERCHANT. TIIONE 7. BELL STREET. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Bruce & McClure, ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS AND STEEL FOUNDERS. WARRNAMBOOL....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

TRY IVIA DIG AIM'S c"rner

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NEWS SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

NEWS SUMMARY. jit is probablo,;tbat a surplus of about £iSS,OOU «iilbeljii.iiow.ii by tho liaihvay department, foi: i.liis financial year. Sii' Edward- Gar,son declares that, while1' Ulstoimen .do not . want civil war, they will not be afraid if driven to it. The Minister "for'Education has st:;l ed tnat a. High School will be erected at Geelong as soon 'as the money cau bet foitiid—shortly after July.l. ; ALr. E. lirown, "of Mirboo North, litis been selected as. the Labour' candidate to contest the. Benalla seat at the forthcoming State electrons. The pre sent representative Is ^Ir.. Carlisle. An appeal made by the Geelong "Ad vertiser" for 46 bedsjto refurnish two upstairs wards and new surgical wards at the hospital has, been successful. According to Views expressed, ship owners all over the world are quite ready to carry Australian wheat ill bulk when the growers ask them-to do SB. Demands for greatly increased wages which were made by the Baking Trade Employees' Union-through t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

'Phone 36. . PUBLIC NOTiOE. T. WALKER, UNDERTAKER. of PEN'S £1111? ST, desires to notify the Public of the Township . and District that lie has AVREATHS of various kinds on hand. Inspection invited. All orders addressed -to T. Walker, I'Gnslnuat^oi-.ltfft-at his residGitce, OobB-atreetVPensliurat.willbepronipc ]y attended to. " • 5 ■■ MARTIN STREET, PENSHUBST. F. L. OLLE GENERAL BUTCHER, and S AKER. Hotels and Families Waited oh Daily for Okders. ' , elcplionc Nn. 22. WARD BROS. SEWING MACHINES VMw/oM'L S1 II When yon are sol Mwtag the "Drophead" Machia* make* a splendid table, and the nacfahw itself it ihut away out oi the reach of the duet and the children. WARD BROS. "Drophead" cost* rounds less tliaa other#, freight paiil to your station. 'Write to-dsy for illustrated Catalog telling you all about thia and our many other - styles. Machines of all dnkea repaired, Needles and Parts suppliedjor any Machine. §8-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. "

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MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

MELBOURNE LETTER (From Our Special Correspondent). ' Canon Hughes should b_> in demaud , as tho conductor—nob of a. stadium for 1 prize fights, but of special missions. Ho ' ! lias gained the right kind of fame (it j would har41y be nioo to call it notor iety) that goes to draw the crowds, ! and that is what is needed nowadays. I AVlw^i tho rows upon rows of empty j pows in metropolitan churches are seen ' ono can understand why churcli author- ' ities in other countries are driven by tho same lack of congregations, to re- i sort to all sorts of methods to attract ' the peoplo. ^ It would sewn that if ■ sonic churches here aro to be kept open \ at all, some similar move in the way of inventing" tho services with elements conducive to "popularity" must be re sorted to. It is not a pleasant fact but is none the less true. With this in view—the devising of means to draw the corwds who, once brought within the •sacred precincts to be am used may remain to pray—there are Lniinito poss...

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WHEN EGGS ARE EGGS. NEW LAID AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

WHEN EGGS ABE EGGS. iNEW LAID AND .OTHERS. "Sir," wrote Mr. Ed\v;iid Brown, <si" Quolmi' Anne's Chambers, to the •'London Times," "tho descriptions or inscriptions ndopted, by. • retailors in -connection with eggs ara many and varied.. Terms used frequently mean something ^totally. different in shops within tho same street. Districts m this rospoct. havo to be taken- into consideration. • What would lie called a 'now-laid.' egg in Bermondsey might not riso above ,the 'cooker"' class in •Hays water.' A 'new-laid' in Hum'-, iiKTsinitli probably would be a 'bi'eak l'ast (."Kg' in "Haiiipstead. .. Quality is an abstract clement determined, so far as food" products arc concerned, by tho j dogiyo of palate education in consum ers. It is not like a yard measure, absolute in extent, thirty-six inches, neither more nor less. "A casa has recently been tried be-, fore tho Stipendiary' Magistrate at Burslem, Staffordshire, of a retailer "for selling Russian eggs as 'new-laid,' and. f...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "A*>r«iii«.") ' A remarkable was *iade at tke annual meeting of tke silk manu facturer# of N«w fork t» the affect that the craze for tango dancing in" America was responsible for increased trade profit* to • such an extent as to outweigh far the loss -caused by the reduction of the American tariff. The manufacturers at the meeting repre sented a capital of £60,000,000. Tiiey reported that m ever; silk mill on die Continent apindles and looms were being driven to their utmost capacity, while, improved machinery and pro cesses of manufacture were resulting in larger profits. _ Practically every woman in the United States to-day, the president of the Manufacturers' Association declared, indulged in the tango and other South American dances, with the result that every wo man required a much more extensive wardrobe than formerly. The demand for silk dresses during the winter sea son, he said, was unprecedented, and silk manufacturers had brought" out many fabrics...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

" 'New-laid.'—Three to fivo days old., in accordance with the season. of the year, and in other respects as down above. Tlu-se alono are recom mended for boiling. " '-Breakfast.'—In all respects the same, savo tliat as they are a . low days older there is a slight shrinkage and tho height appearance has gone.. For poaching .or trying, these are ex-, cellent. li 'Fresh.'—Not preserved. Good eggs for cooking, hut nothing, moro. Usually foreign and inferior native supplies, in wnicli value has been .lost by delays in marketing. • 'Cookers.'—-A varied-class, includ ing 'picldes/ often very doubtful ■ m ftleetl i-;; iECi isnecessary r consumption ; and r V' . . " 'Eggs.'—Upon these the", curtain may be drawn. A scrap-heap for the other classes." "1 hear, Tat, that you're taking a great fancy for tho girl," said an employer to one of his laborers. "In dade, sor?" queried Pat. "Well, have you met your fate yet?" "Shure, Oi met one of her father's fate last night." USED IT IN INDIA.' "Durin...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Ruatious.") T« establish a' breed of wheat that will grow three grains ior every two produced, by the present best variety ia ■ an v achievement of* no mean import to Victoria. That i» the •tag* at which the efforts of Mr. Rich ardson, Agricultural Superintendent, to doubol the State's yield are said to be at present. In the decade 1900 1910 Victoria produced an average of 9.66 bushels to the aore. In 1911 tl>» average was 14.52, in 1912 it fell to 9.65; but in 1913 recovered w> 12.58. The average of the last har- j rest reached 12.84. Of course the average yield from season to season de pend* so much upon the rainfall that these' figures are not a true test of ■o raising of * standard. Never theless, it. is an established fact that with modem improvements the yield of . wheat can be increased, just as the milk yield of cows can ba enhanocd through scientific selection and- breed ing aud proper feeding and housing. Mr. lticlvardson holds that no reason e...

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STORIES IN VERSE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

STORIES IN VERSE. Mr. HerVert Sliorring, the Anglo Indian author of "The itomance of the Twisted Sp^ar," gives us in "Nadir tho Persian" another volume of liis re markable stories in varso. In the tale which gives tho volume its "title we have the sack of Delhi .and the be trayal of the Persian Chief by his friend for the sake of a golden-haired Circassian girl. The warrior has slain his friend for "The Wayside Rose cf. Kandahar," and" his remorse .bursts from him in a torrent of self-accusa tion: — And I, his mriend had laid great Nadir low; - -My arm had struck tho fatal, blow. Like a pent-up wave which breaks with force, Fell the direful - shock of a life's re morse. What was the love of a fickle jade, That ever ends in grief, Compared to the love of a man for a man," My lovo for my dead chief? Thsre are many other stories of arms and victory and death in Mr. Shea ring's latest volume, and the author has succeeded in making the-verse form of his narratives, appear absolutely na t...

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JUNIOR COMPETITION. CALEDONIANS (46) BEAT PENSHURST (3.8). [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

TT7NT0R COMPETITn f. I : 0ALKD0NT.4\tS C4 6) BEAT PENS j HURST (3.8). The nbive .teems met for the first ! time -this - s<v>.«s- n on tli« Pe.nslwrs. • ground 011 Sa+uHay. The cn^ios^r ' near +he racecourse. whore the rrfltoh | was played. had been well prepar-i' jn the shorh t'fflfl which h.°d '.:con . to'it. The 0 1-d-nisms from the bounce : sot their opponent* a merry nnce. ana ' were the accsrr-ssive team throughout the greater part of the first - half. "When the half-time hell sounded the visitors held an advantage «f 15 points^ Penshurst plaving a couple of men short during that period. "With their full conm'empnt of players the homS team att-okpd strongly in the lattei half, hut were unable to overhaul their opponents, who led from start . tr> finish, and' finally ran out wirtners by) a marg'n of four points. The final scores were: —r Caledonians—4 goals 6 behinds (30 joints). Penslnirst—3 goals 8 hehinds • (26 points). For the winners H. Roolco played in fin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

-.NEVER FELT BETTER. "I used to go nearly mad' with' pains . in my head," savs Miss IV. E. Foster, 55 Iff la St., Stli. Melbourne, Vic. '.'I triecl almost everything, but tlie head aches were tlifi'e just the same. Then I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised in the paper, and. itKough't I would give then! a trial. Tn'e" first few dosas made » different woman of me, for they completely relieved me of hoiidacbes. : . r Sold by J, G. Ch«s>VM, PeD-Uprtt,

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FOOTBALL SENIOR COMPETITION. CALEDONIANS (8.17) BEAT PENSHURST (6.10). [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

football rtlniott competition. CALEDONIANS (8.17) BEAl 9." HURST (6.10). . _ ■] The Caledonian team travelled from Hamilton on Saturday last, when a .good game was witnessed on the focai Recreation Reserve. Right up to the last quarter, the issue was in doubt. In this term, however, the rising hopes .of local supporters were doomed "to dis appointment. The whole of the quar ter offo'rpd an undeniable manifesta tion of the »1?cessity of keepirg "fit." for the locals, wild had not had a great deal of training to sustain them, and The visitors made the game too fast towards the end of the ma tali they appeared about- done. The first term saw both' teams attacking strongly. Penslnxrst with four shots scored 14 points, while their opponents only se cured eleven from six tries. At tha close of the second term the blank and whites had wiped off this deficiency an<I the scores were cqiwl as the half-time bell sounded. 11 nth teams were play ing good open football. The Penshurst t...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday—Warruamboul, Jioroi t, Hawkesdale C.4-5 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Ararat, Bailarab,Iii:i: keld .. .. .... 9.40 a;m." Caramut .. .... 9.-V5 a.m Melbourne, Hamil ton, Warrnambool .. 4.20 p.ra Tuesday— Wanna m booJ, Kor oit, Hawkesdale.. ..- 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, Baliarat, Acarat,Dun keld .. - 9.40 a.m. Carainui .*. 9.45 a.m Melbourne, Wan- j nambool 4.20 p.m. ■ Hamilton 7.25 p.ni Wednesday— Warrnaiubool. • ; Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. ; Melbourne, Hamil- i ton, Ararat, Balla- j rat, liunkeld .-. .. 9.40 a.m i Carainut 9.45 a in. ! Melbourne, Warr- ! nambool .. .. . .. 4.20 p.at. i Hamilton .. .. .. 7.25 p.m. ! Thursday—Melbourne, Hani- j ilton, Ararat, Dun- j keld 9.40 a.in Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Caramut 12.30 a.m: Melbourne, Hamil - ton . 4.20 p.m. j Warrnambool, Koroit, j Uawkcsdnle 6.50 a.m. * Friday—ilelbuuruo, "Ham ilton, Ballatat, Ararat, v Dunkeld .. 9.40 a.ra Caramut 9.45 a.ra Warruambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Melbourne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

YOUNGHU: m, ■* «» PROPRIETARY LIMITED. Head Office: ©4-6 King St., EVSeliboupne Branches—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WCD0HGA, TALLAHGATT/;, CORRYONG & WALWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF WOOL, SHEEPSKINS, HIDES, TALLOW, FURRED SKIKS tiW ALL SlATlON PFtOBUGE. FREE STORAGE B-|—— ■ WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR SBSSEE5SS3 McDOUGALL'S SHEEP DIP. "SALV1TIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & BRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTON. Three months free 011 Grain received 1st December" to 31st March, after which one month allowed. rrUlE Sewing 1'iachiiso has so long 'aeon a necessity in evury family that A the main question to bo answered is, Which Maciilr.o is tho Best?^ The women of the family aro answering this qi;/stioii by purchasing Mora than two million Singer Sewing Mar-hiries sach year. The new Singer Model 6b is acknowledged the Lightest Itu.nning Lock-stitch Machine in the world. H: :t bearings throughout-. Prices and Terms to su>t ail purses, and n liberal a'loivatuw on old niaebin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

Few ladies really wear their evening dresses: out—they dis card them, not because they are worn, but because they have become soiled or the delicate colors faded. j ■ ' Now, no matter how. fine the fabric or delicate the coloring, I can reslore it to all itsoriginal beauty and at * very , trifling cost. . _ •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 23 May 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. Compiled from notices in our advertis ing columns. , F. L. (ille,'buteiie'r ajud'bakei> — J ?• A. .Brians, draper. P •. 7 iiessrs. Hemnions, Hvslop,' and Jklaw ' son,' visiting' dentists, j.. A. Molesworlli, I i. A solicitor, visiting every Tuesday. L.. it. Ooi;riney, phar maceutical chemist. IS. W. Fowling and Co., .'vuctioneorg, j .itock :nid station agents. 'i . Walker, undertaker.'' . G. Chesswass, timber merchant, general store and drapery. • K . Kelly, uhiuibei-. i>. ;u"iWj., general storekeeper. T. Miuligan, gwieral storekeeper. J'resident ot -Mount House Shire, Cr. .1. "\VIiit.;, Devon I'ark, Dunkekl.. S'-oretarv, Shire oi'. Mount House, Air. ». Walls. ' Councillors (DunkeUl Riding) : Messrs. Woodburu. While, JCrnp;'!-'— Chats worth: MofFatt, Lloyd, 13eggs.— Pensluirst: Uames, CUesswass, Kol tv. Emjiiirt-vr: Mr. W. J. Schooling . iirs. 8. Kudg.son, caterer. Simeli:i!i, -MuiTiiv & Shannon, wool brokers. Local agent—AV. A. Kelly, li nee it McC'lu...

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