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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

. ^ fiPOFESSlONAL. K. M. HYSLOP L.D.S., B.D.8. Dentist, Tel. 172. Tliorold Building?, liomson Street, HAMILTON. Will visit Penshnrst fortnightly, and oiay be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's hotel, on Monday, June 1 |MR. F. 8. W. MAWSON, DENTIST, 201 Moobabool Street, GEELONG. WILL visit the following places as under:— Port Fairy—Tuesday June 16. Koroit—Wednesday June 17. Penshurst—Thursday June 18. Hamilton—Friday and Satnrnay June 19 and 20. dental: f Meisom Hemmons SURGEON DENTIST, WARRNAMBOOL, Will visit PEftSHURST on First Thursday in every month and may he consulted at E. R. COURTNEY'S Pharmacy from lv. a.m. till 5 p.m. Appointments may be made ' with Mr Courtney at the above aduress. 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. STKACMAN, MURRAY and 'SftiAftNOX, Pty. Ltd, GEbLUiVG and BRANCHES WOOL & GRAIN BROKERS LAND,! STOCK, and STATION...

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OUR DEBT TO THE MOSLEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

OUR DEBT TO THE MOSLEMS. Startling a* it may seem, the intel lectual salvation of Modern Europ* from the benumbing influence of the Middle Ages was in a large measure due to the Araba. As early as the days of Harun-al-Raschid, who was a contemporary of Charlemagne, efforts .vera made by that Caliph to make science and literature the permanent denizens of his empire. These efforts were still further carried under- the brilliant rule of his son and sucoessor, AlMamun, whose caliphate has justly been called the Augustan Aga of Islam. Learned men were invited from many different countries and remunerated for their labours with princely munifi cence; and the works of the best Greek, Syrian, Persian, and Indian writers were translated into Arabio and spread over the entire Mahomedan world. In Spain, the University of Cordova rivalled the literary fame of Baghdad, and JMahomedan writers ap peared everywhere as the preservers and distributors, of knowledge. In the long night of Mediaeval ig...

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THE Penshurst Free Press. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING SATURDAY, 30th MAY 1914. THE MECHANICS' BOUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

THE Pensfyurst 5ree pi ess. Published Every Saturday Mo-.nino ! Saturday, 30th May 1914. THE MECHANICS' BOUNTY. Something of a nine days' wonder was experienced in Penshursfc when it became known on Monday night that the looal Mechanics' Institute committee had received an offer of the gift of £2,000 for the purpose of building a new hall, the benificent patron being the Hon. R. S. Ritchie, formerly .living on " Blackwood " estate, near.Penshursf, and now resi dent in England. The magnificence of the gift needs no enlargement; it .peaks eloquently for itself of the humanitarianism of the giver, and the gratitude of the present townspeople ancl. of future g«nerations in Pens Iiurst is due to him as such. With so extensive a sum, a hall can be erected that will be a lasting memory of the name of Ritchie, and something, that will bring delight with the memorv of the name. The need of some im provement to the old building has been sorely felt for 'orae time past, and it is a matter of p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

Ssivc money ej\d Keep ii\ feishiorv .DYESi YOU CAN HAVE NEW DRESSES in all the latest shades and styles, and at little expense, with the aid of Diamond Dyes. It is as easy as washing a handker chief to produce those new shades with Diamond Dyes. They make the material look like new: You may have been disappointed over N the results obtained in anattempt to dye some material with some other dye. If so, try a package of Diamond Dyes and you will at once be convinced that they are by far superior to any other dye in the world, and will always give that clear bright shade so desired. Write lor^Direeti'on Book and " Truth about Dyai far Home U*a." Mailed free upon application to WELLS &' RICHARDSON CO. IS O'CONNELL STBEET .'. .'. SYDHEY .DYESi That is the aoog of the New ' VEGA Separator The musical hum of beautiful ly bala^oedmeehanlsiQ— Growing more and more lntenae-7 while" the cream flows thicker m*' thicker— 1 i And your bank balance cots Mgffer and bigger and bigger And you...

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Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

Notes and Comments, To-morrow is- Whitsunday,'-'. .and tTome ' Mission collections' are being token up throughout tho ~ dioceses of the Church' of England. At All Saints'- Penshurst, at 11 a.m., the ,H. E. Noltenius, B,A., Vicar of Ararat, and at one time vicar ofr this parish,- will conduct the service. Before Messrs T. Leahy and J". (x.. Chesswas, j's.P., at the Penshurst Court on Tlmroday, Thos. Hockaday obtained an order against Martin Finn, for £9f with 5s costs for use and hire of house, A meeting of those interested in the proposal to hold a dance on Mon day night, Jnne 8, as a wind up of tli'e golf tournament will be held in the shire hall to-night at 8 o'clock. To celebrate the advent of the District meeting in Penshurst, the Loyal Princess "Alexandra Lodge, M.CT I.O.O.F. is holding a dance on Wednesday night, June 10th. An advertisement appears this issue thanking supporters of Al| Saints' Flower Show. The secretaries desire to acknowledge the following donations' received...

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THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER III. THE FIRST WALTZ. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

THE MASTER PASSION. (BY LILIAN ELLERTON.) CHAPTER in. THE FIRST WALTZ. On through the fragrant night, with every branch and twig flinging rain-drops after them as they passed, and a harvest moon sailing slowly through a host of paling stars, with "hope pointing with kindly finger to the lover waiting for her at her journey's end, and dull oare left in charge of Mrs. Greenaway at the mil. Ida felt so unutterably happy that she was almost inclined to lift .up . her voice in song. The mare went at a capital pace, eager for her stall in the Belton stables, and Captain Beresford drove as if he shared her anxiety, and were wil ling to satisfy it. Alone in the witching hour of night, with the moonlight giving its nameless charm to the everyday beauties of field and trees, and the loveliest girl he had ever seen sitting close by his side, Val Beresford felt a pleasant excitement in his inner self, and his pulsus quickened their ordinary heat. It was with a sigh of regret rather than of sati...

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FOOTBALL TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

FOOTBALL TO-DAY'S. MATCHES. A special train leaves Penshurst at 1.30. t 'ay, conveying the two football tea-.is and their suppoi'trv , to Hamilton, where Melville Ov. will be the scene of two contests. The lirst will be between the Rovers and 2nd grade North Hamilton while Penshurst team meets North Ham ilton. The following team numbered will represent Penshurst :—Lcs.. Appleby, C. Adainson, \V. A 'wood, A. Bowman, E. Collins, R. Carter, C. Dean (capt.), G. Davis, M. Dwver, P Eales, W. Ford, A. Kennedy, L. King, J. Lewis, M. Lewis, J. M'Neioe N.JM'Nee, R. Sleeman Emergence..,, A. Decker, A, Olle. The following team will rep re sent the Rovers :—Cook, (2), " . Lee G. Lee, A. Collins, T. Abevline, W Bamford, C. Baulch, Hustler (3), .*>t. Barden, C. Elford, H. Lewis, '■ Eales, P. Hetherall, R. Arthur, W. Lucas. Emergencies—J. Down, T. .Underwood, II. Baulch, -J. Hudgson. The secretary of the Rovers Foot ball club desires to acknowledge re ceipt of tlto following donations-:—D.' J. W...

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PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

PENSHURST MAIL TIME-TABLE. DESPATCHED. Monday—VVarrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a. m Melbourne, Hamilton, j Ararat, Ballarat,.Uuii keld 9.40 a.m. Caramut .. .... 9.A5 'a.m Melbourne, Hamil ton, Warrnauibbol .T ~4.-20p.m Tuesday—Warrnambool, Kor oit, Hawkeadala.. .. 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamilton, fiallarat, Acaxat,Duu- ! keld .. - 9.40 a.m. Caramut 9.45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool .. 4.20 p.m. Hamilton.. .... .'. 7.25 p. ni Wednesday— Warrnambool. Koroit, Hawkesdale 6.45 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil- ; ton, Ararat, Balla rat, Dunkeld .. .. 9.40 a.m Caramut 9-45 a.m Melbourne, Warr nambool 4.20 p.m. Hamilton .. .. j.. 7.25 p.m. Thursday—Melbourne, Ham- — ilton, Ararat, Dun keld 9.40 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. Caramut _. 12.30 a.m. Melbourne, Hamil ton 4.20 p.m. Warrnambool, Koroit, -Hawkesdale 6.50 a.m. Friday—Melbourne, Ham ilton, Ballarat, Ararat, Dunkeld 9.40 a.m Caramut 9.45 a.m Warrnambool .. .. 11.35 a.m. .Melbourne, Hamilton 4.20 a.m. . Warrnambool, Koroit, Hawkesdale- .. .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

YOUNGHUfSAND, ROW & C° • fe&gfotlETARY LIMITED. Head Office: 94-6 King St., Melbourne Branche*—ALBURY, LOCKHART, WODON6A, TALLAN6ATTA, CORRYONG ft WALWA. BROKERS FOR THE SALE OF EXPERT AND RELIABLE VALUATIONS GRAIN PROMPT RETURNS. INSTRUCTIONS ADHERED TO. >W00L« SHEEPSKINS, HIDES^ TALLOW, FURRED SKINS AND ALL STATION PRODUCE. QTfl Q i fi C Grain received 1st Decemfifer* OlUliftuC to 31st March, after which one month allowed. wholesale agents for McDOUGALL'5 SHEEP DIP. "SALVITIS" STOCK REMEDIES. WOOL & GRAIN WAREHOUSES & PRODUCE STORES PRIVATE SIDING - KENSINGTON. TH E BEST IS ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST. Singer Sewinj Machines for Family use. THE Sewing Machine hat so long been a necessity in every family that the main qttestion to be answered is, Whlcti Maohine Is the Beat? The women of the family are answering this question by purchasing Mora tban two million Singer 8*w|ng Machines eaeh year. The new Singer Model 6t> is acknowledged the Lightest Runni...

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GARDEN HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

GARDEN HINTS: Iii raising seedlings of flowers and ornamental plants great variations are sometimes noted in the character both of leaves and flowers; It is the. practica of those who wish to improve or obtain. new varieties to watch for such variations as may be in a' desir- i abie direction. For instance, a plan ; which usually bears entire leaves may produce some seedlings with the leaves slightly lobed. I iseeds from theae are used for propagation' the proba bilities are that fine, out leaved variet ies will eventually be obtained. So with the forms and colors -of flower.. Any tendency noted in a seedling to vary in the direction of improvemnet may be perpetuated by careful selec tion and propagation. - Save seeds of annuals from the best plants only. Those which bear smell flowers , should be pulled up early, to they may not spoil those which are.] best for seed bearing. ' Many plants j shoot their seed away, directly the i capsules are ripe, therefore' it is desir- j able to g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

LOCAL DIRECTORY. Compiled from notices in our advertis ing columni. F. L. Olle, butcher and baker. J. A. Briggs, draper. Messrs. Hemmous, Hyslop, and Maw son, visiting dentist*. K. A. Molesworth, B-A-.j.-^solicitor..,. visiting every TuesdayIT* - ". it. Courtney, M.iT.S.A., phar maceutical ohemist. R. W. Powling and Co., auctioneers, | stock and station agents. T. Walker, undertaker. I J. G. Chesswass, timber merchant, I general store and drapery. : E. Kelly, plumber. L'. Al'JNee, general storekeeper. '1'. Madigan, general storekeeper. 'President of Mount Rouse Shire, Or. J. White, Devon Park, Dunkeld. Secretary, Shire of -Mount Rouse, Mr. D. Walls. Councillors (Dunkeld Riding): Messrs. Woodburn, White,'Krugfer — Chats ! worth; Moffatt, ' Lloyd", Beggs.— I Penshurst: Barnes, Chess wass, Kel j ly. Encine«r: Mr. W. J. Schooling, Mrs. S. Hudgson, caterer' Straclian, Murray & Shannon, wool ■ brokers. Local agent—W. A. Kelly. ; Bruce & McClure, plumbers and tin , smiths. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

Business WARM BLANKETS ARE WINTER NECESSITIES. THERE IS NO TIME TO LOSE. WINTER IS ON US. THB NIGHTS ARE GETTING COLDER; YOU. MUST &AYB COMFORT AND WARMTH IN YOUR BED COVERING. THE MER|TS 0F 0UR blankets — WILL APPEAL TO YOU. THE BLANKETS WE OFFER ARE — AUSTRALIAN. THEY ARE MADE FROM PURE WOOL—WOOL GROW* I* AUSTRALIA-—SPECIALLY CHOSEN WOOL FBOM THB FINEST SHEEP AUSTRALIA RAISES. SEE THEM TO-DAY! EIDERDOWN QUILTS THAT ARE LIGHT AND WARM. 1 HAVE A LOVELY RANGE OF DAINTY DESIGNS AND ARTISTIC PATTERNS. RUGS_OF GOOD QUALITY. " THE FAMOUS ALL WOOL ONKAPARINGA RUG. THE MOST RELIABLE RUG ON THE MARKET—ONLY OBTAINABLE FROM US. KEEP YOUR CATTLE WARM WITH ONE OF OUR RUGS. IT IS PROFITABLE TO KEEP YOUR CATTLE WARM. WHY NOT GET THE MAXIMUM RESULTS FROM YOUB CATTLE BY THE TIMELY PURCHASE OF A WARM AH® SERVICEABLE RUG. J. G. CHESSWAS THE LEADING MERCHANT. 'PHONE 7. BELL STREET. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Bruce & McClure, ENGINEERS, WINDMILL MANUFACTURERS, IRON, BRASS AND STEEL FOUNDER...

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COOKING LORE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

COOKING LORE. | One ounoa of butler equals two level tablespoonfuls. One ounce • of butter and one-half ounce of flour is used to thicken one cup of liquid in making sauce. When making cup custards allow four eggs to each quart of milk. JAM-MAKING TABLE. Apple—Jib to lib sugar, when peel ed andi corecl j 1 gill of water to each pound.. Currants (Black).—Equal weights oi" sugar; no water. Currants (Red)'.—Equal weights of sugar; no water. One ounce of flour equals four level tablespoonfuls. Allow two level teaspoonfuls of bak ing powder to' each cup of flour when eggs are not used. One level teaspoonful of salt will season one quart of soup, sauce, or vegetables., Qherry.—Equal weights of sugar"; 1 gill of red-currant juice to each-pound of fruit* _ i Damson.—Equal weights of sugar; no water... _ Greengage.—J lb of sugar to each pound; no water. Plum.—| lb of sugar to each pound; no water. Apricot.—Equal weights of sugar Rfter stoning; 1 gill of water to each pound. Blackberry.—Equal...

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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

OF RURAL INTEREST (By "Rustious.") A spirited offer by Mr. A. E. T. Payne as a member of the counoil of tlie Royal Agricultural Society should do more towards bringing about the adoption of bulk handling of grain than the half-hearted recommendations that resulted from the long-drawn :Out investigations of the Commission - of Enquiry, and the feeble action promised by the Government as the outcome of those recommendations.. Mr. Payne Is donating £100 for prizes for ideas for appliances to handle wheat in bulk. As a result of a conferenoe of. members of the council of the Royal Agricultu ral Society representatives of the Wheat Commission, the Railways De partments and the Chamber of Agri culture, it was deoided that prizes of £50, £30 and £20 should be offered for the most effective and economical methods -and appliances for handling wheat in bulb from the time of its de livery from the stripper, harvester, or thresher until its arrival at the rail way station, including storage on ...

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WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By. "Ambrosine.") The sports' coat seems quite likely, for a short time at least, to oust the ubiquitous fur and plush coats and stoles. These coats are made of thick but very light-weight blanket cloths in some beautiful and striking colorings. The most vivid tones are used without restraint, and the coats are cut oh very full and generous-lines. That they are exceedingly comfortable and warm goes .without saying, and, just now, tiiey have a Cachet of smartness which ex ceeds even the most costly furs. . The length of the new coat is not ■ much below the knee, and they are made in Magyar or .Raglan shape at the top, and gathered in closely to the tails. Great patch pockets and very wide revers and collar are other features, and generally they are trimmed solely with facings of a darker or lighter shade of tlie same material. One of the fashions which was al ways pretty, was that of the hat with a transparent crotfn. In those days the hat in question was composed ...

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TURF TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

TURF TOPICS. (By "Flemington.") Though nothing is settled yet, there is. just a possibility that Burrawang will be given another ohance on the Turf. The big Simmer horse has had a season at the stud, and how seems to be thoroughly sound , again. At his best, Burrawang was a performer ot ' class, and there is no reason why he should not come back , to form if his doubtful leg holds through a prepara tion. Yearlings are more numerous than ever at Flemington this season, even though James Scobie is only now hand ling eight young ones against. twice that number last year. Taking them all round> the -young stock ■ at present in. hand are-well up to-- thp average. As might be supposed after "the success of his first season at the stud/The Wel kin is well represented. So far this season eight of the young Welkins havo won 14 races between them, which is a great start for a young sire. Another English importation :which appears likely to make his mark as a sire is Beau Brocade. His young...

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MARKETS. WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

MARKETS, WHEAT AND OTHER PRODUCE. Wheat.—The market is firm, and, while supplies are not offering very freely, there ha§ been a fair inquiry. A good business has been done at 3/11 to 3/11}, according to position. Quo tations for small farmers' lots in tha country are on the basis of 8/10 to 3/10i net. Flour.—The association price for 'o- I cal consumption is £9 delivered. ' j Bran and Pollard.—The association price for bran is £5/5/ delivered, and that for pollard £5/10/. Barley.—English ranges, according to sample, from 2/3 to- 3/3, while a prime sample, if offered, would probably rea lise a" little higher. Cape is quoted at 2/ to 2/3, offerings of this being also light. Thin feed Cape has had a moderate business at' 1/11. Oats.—Holders are looking for higher prices, and the quantity of Algerians offering is limited. Prime Algerian milling have changed hands . at 1/11, medium being worth 1/10J. A mode rate turnover has been done in heavy feed at 1/10, good being worth l/9i, and lig...

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EMPIRE DAY AT PENSHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY AT PENSHURST. The pleasures of the- children arid pu rents-alike were.-manifold on Friday last, when Empire Day was celebrated in the schools.' After the usual patrio tic programme of speeches had been gone tiirortgh at the school, a fancy dress profession formeu., and marched through .the. town, the Pensimrst Brass Band taking precedence. The children mnrchedv>vell'i and reflected credit on their-teachers'in this rcspect. On reaching .tlie ground, a-luncheon -of bounty and quality was provided, after which a sports' meeting was held. Prizes offered for the best emblems of the Empire were- ..as follow: — Best decorated vehicle,- Mr. -J. G. Chess was' lorry; sustained character. \V. H. Pearson (sundowner); decorated' um brella, Mrs. J.- Bi-yan 1; Miss L. Chess -was. 2;-:fancy dress, Masters M. .and J.' KieJorV (two Jack Tars on land); .arid Messrs.;.P. and A. Hetherall i.abo riginal 'iajid Avife). ' Others to ■; ypear in fancy.xlcess wefeMr. G. William son (Home-Rule), ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 30 May 1914

GOLF. I Although rain fell last Saturday af ternoon, pleasant golfing weather was experienced by the large number or players who took out cards in the •men's and ladies' competitions against bogey, which took place on the local links. The men's event resulted in a tie between Messrs. J. and T. Madigan, each finishing with a card of 6 down. Mrs. Schooling, with a score of one. up, won the ladies' competition ,easily. A most appreciable afternoon tea was provided by Mrs. E. U. Court ney. Following are the scores:— GENT'S.' Hen. Result. T. Madigan . 8 6 down J. Madigan . 12 6 down K. S.veetnam scr 8 down J. Bryan . 13 8 down E. 11. Courtney . .. . .13 9- down A. Dcoker .. .. . 6 11 down II. G. Greis: 8 12 down E. C. Stephens 9 13 down \V, J. Schooling .. . . 12 14 down LADIES Hep. Result. Mrs. Schooling .. ... 2 1 up Miss Greig . 8 1 down Mrs. Courtney . 9 5 down Miss I.' Tulloli . 11 5 down Mrs. Madigan . 8 6 down Miss Madigan . 5 7 down Miss Wilkins . 6 7 down Miss L. Richie ' . 6 8 ...

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