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Hint for Health. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

Hint for Health. Young men are not above- takine a useful hint, even though it may be off ered in the first case to youiig women, A writer, after an interview with the professor of a Breathing College con chides an interesting article with a use ful wrinkle. Realising, says she, that it is not all of us who can'hff wdthe lux ury of liaviug sea breezes turned on at will, the professor does not mind lett iug the girls know how they can ob tain pretty shoulders, p'unip necks, and sound lungs free, gratis and for nothing. It means five minutes of your time every morning. Just open the bed-room window wide, drop. vour hands at your, side close your mouth, take in a long deep breath. Hold your breath —count four slowly. - Then lot the breath exhale slowly. Say '.'JB-l-o o-w" as you expel the breath.- . Repeat the procoeding :■ twenty times; then dress und go down to breakfast, .and you will be. surprised what a big oue. you,will eat. . , /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

QUICKLY MSAPPEABED. '' All • last- winter I had- my two boys ill with very bad'colds,-" says Mr. G. Archbold, No.- 1 ■ Baker street, Lewis ham, N.S.W. • "Having heard from a friend about Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, I gave it a .trial with the result that the colds quickly disappeared. My baby, aged four months, has a cough now and I am giving him Chamber; Iain's Cough Remedy and there is al ready a decided improvement." Sold by J. 6. Ghesswas. Peushurst,.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

RPOFESSfONAL. K M. H YSLOP L D.S., B.D.S. . Dentist, Tel. 172. Thorold Buildings, tiomson Street, ; HAMILTON. Will visit Penshurst fortnightly, and •nay be consulted from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Richie's , hotel, on . Monday, June 29. MR. F. 8. W. MAWSON, . DENTIST, - " 201 JMoorabool Strbkt, GEELONG* WILL visit, the following places as under;—.. , - t ' ■ Port Fairy—Tuesday June-16.: | Koroit—Wednesday June 17. ; -I : Ffenshursfc—Thursday June 18. :■ ■ Hamilton—Friday and Saturday June' 19 and 20, - • ; dental; Melsoiri Hemmons SURGEON DENTIST, W A K RSAMBOOL, Will visit PENSHURST First Thursday in every month. and may be consiilidd at E. R. COUliTNEY'S Pharmacy from "• • lv »;m. till'5 'p.ni. Appointments'may be ■ made ?• with Mr Courtney at the above address. ..." '■ i NOTICE. MRS S HUDGSON , . PENSHURST. ' - ' y-1 . iS " prepared to ' CATEK for PICNICS BALLS, WEDDINGS. Etc., Etc. • Pirders left'at the "Free Press"Office will be promptly attended to.".; sTitAtiiA.V, niHl SHA3XO.N, P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

STAR STARCH THE BEST IN THE WORLD INSIST ON PACKAGES SPECIAL POLICY. IN compliance wit-li "TheLife Assurance Companies Act-of 1SOO", notice is here by given that Policy No. 0714, in the name of the late FRANK LILES OLLE of Pens hurst- in the State of Victoria, and issued by The Colonial .Mutual Life Assurance Society Limited of Melbourne lias been lost or destroyed, and that a Special Policy in 1 lieu thereof will be issued by the said Society to the Executors of the said Frank | Lilies Olle, at the expiration of on« 'monthJ from the present date. • By order of the Board. • 1 JAMES PULLAR. Secretary:'; Melbourne 10th. June 1914; • ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

•; BUSINESS - • E. R. COURTNEY M.P.S.A. Phannacentieal'Chemist,] BELL STREET, ESHURST. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY DISPENSED. A Large Assortment of NEW and CHOICE / in price from 2s (Scl to 15s. SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS. . : . . ^ Telehone, No. 13. v . ;i;; - RAILWAY STOKE. ' ; ti - t Ml Street, Pensluirst, ■, • /v'f • • • .. . J+- . rO . - . -THANlyS his'miraerotis Customers for past support •VVianet''ti-iis-ts during the- present -.year.- to give even V'GREATiSR-SATISFACTION tiian hitherto. GROCERIES —Here we have a-well assorted stock ' v of' the best, goods .at reasonable prices, DRAJPERY —Men's and Bovs^clothitVg-j^yiHfs, Hats, | Ties, etc. Values unsurpassed. BOOTH SHOES—This is wl.ere we shine, . our,rep^itntion being such that it is- quite usual to hear the a'dvice, ' ' : GO TO M'NEE'S . : SlTITS.made to measure—Fit Guaninte: s'.. . Ain-nt for RAJISAfS STOVES.. „r ' ' lliiSraBE GOODS .. • -:-••• . * J. A. BRIGGS' - ' ' -O -. ' A/Heavy S.t6ctrl;'a...

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SECOND GRADE COMPETITION. ST. GEORGE 2.6 BEAT ROVERS 2.2. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 20 June 1914

SECOND GRADE COMPETITION. ST. GEORGE 2.6 BEAT ROVERS 2.2. The first match of the season betweea St. George ami Rovers took place, on Saturday last, when after a close con-, test, victory rested with the former team. The slippery state of the ground was all against good football, and both teams crowded on the ball. The locals, though beaten, put up a good fight, and as they are improving their team, they are sure to'do better later on. For the winners Drew, Been and Strangward were seen to most advantage, and Cook. Abcrline, Eales, Bamford and Lewis for the losers. The game was umpired by Warren, whose decisions did not give the utmost satisfaction. It is a matter for congratulation the way in which the public support the team in spite of its many reverses. The club was able to show a »mall pro fit on last week's match after paying alt expenses. The players are hope ful of scoring a win to day. The veteran, "Tommy" Aberline will not be available to day. A very nasty bruise received i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

P. A. WATCH and GLOOK MAKER, JEWELLER. HAS. Decided to continue his periodical visits to other towns in the neigh borhood, and- will return to Fenshurst later. Advice of his return will be; given Penshurst Coursing Club 1 GENERAL MEETING of the XT. above ■ club will be held at Richie's Hotel on Saturday June 27th at 8 p.m. Business: To adopt Rules and elect stewards. in due course. JAMES DALTON. Hon Secretary. A NURSE FOR Nurse Evans of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of I 49 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., 18/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing (or twenty years in Tas mania and victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse most know the best medi cine to give a patient. " Some I have aimed have been so ill I never could have taken their cue only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What 1 am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all . medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' f...

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DUNKELD. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

DUNKELD. (From our Correspondent.) Mrs James, late Alias Ferris, who has been in charge of the Dnnkeld Post and Telegraph office for the past 7 years, will receive a moat hearty recognition of her services from the residents of Dunkeldand district. She was ever ready to oblige the public in every possible way she could, both in office hours and at other times. She has also taken a very active part in anything for the advancement of the wellfare of the town and district, generally. The subscription list will remain open until Tuesday next, and any donations towards the worthy ob ject, if forwarded to Mr Robert Wood burn, Dunkeld, will be thankfully re ceived. A public meeting is to be held of the subscribers and others who are in terested, to receive the report of the committees, namely Dunkeld, Lake Linlithgow, Strathkellar. Moutajup, and Victoria, regarding funds for the erection of a monument in honour of Major Mitchell which is proposed to be, erected in the Dunkeld Public Park. ...

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ST. JOSEPH'S 4.6 BEAT TESTERS 4.2. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

"11 ST. JOSEPH'S 4.6 BEAT TESTERS 4.2. - ' Theabove teams met for the third time this season on the local reserve on" Sat urday last when an interesting game' was witnessed. After, an exciting tussle St. Joseph's won by four points. The final scores were St. Joseph's 4 gls 6 behinds (80 points);. Testers 4 gls 2 behinds (26 points). For the winners, M. Smith, ■ J. Dalton, J. Doherty, C.- Hustler, and E. Edlich played well, while for losers J. For rest, C. Downes, B. Murtagh, S. King and "W. Olle were most conspicuons. E. Collins as central umpire gave general satisfaction; On the 7th July Penshurst is pro mised a musical treat in the visit of Madame Mary Conly, the famous so prano, and Mr Philip Newbury. Madame Mary Conly, who should not be confused with Miss Lena Conly has won the admiration of the British public by her brilliant vocalisation and has firmly established a fine reputation by the brilliance of her singing. She has sustained the role of leading so prano in all the impo...

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FOOTBALL. DUNKELD 6.6 (42 points), BEAT PENSHURST 3.16 (34 points.) [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

FOOTBALL (By "Has-Been.") DUNKELD 6.6 (42 points), ; BEAT . FEN SHU RiST 3.16 (.34 points.) : . Itjs generally the ease when' Dunk eid -and Jfensiiurst nietifc on the ground of the latter, that a good contest takes' place;. The match Jast Saturday was no exception to the rule/" and in. fact,' for fast, clean, and ciavei" football, good marking and passing, it ranks as one of ithe best games ever played on the local ground. Right throughout the game the excitement was intense,, and the result was 'in doubt to the filial bell. There was a large attend ance, which was very pleasing to the committee of the local club, whose ef forts to build up a team worthy of the town, now seem destined to meet with success.. The local iteam has been greatly strengthened by the inclusion of the Clark brothers, and Parker, re cent arrivals in the district, and judg ing by their display of last week they are ,;a most welcome addition to the team.; The match was played in a veryj friendly spirit througho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

'Phone 36. PUBLIC NOTICE. T. WALKER, UHMETAKEE. of PENSHUIIST, desires to notify the 1'ubiic of the Township and District that he has WREATHS of various kinds on hand. Inspection invited. AIJ or.ders addressed to T. Walker, Ponshurst, or left at his residence, Cobb-street,'-PoDshiirst,- wilKbe .pronipt -Jy attended to. MARTIN STBEET, PENSHUKST. P. ii. OLLE ' S-ESTEBAL B'ffTCHEB, and SAIIES. Hotels and Families Waited on Daily fob OltDERR. elephone No. 22. L.RX £• Simple and 8trong, . They Cannot go Wrong. Simplicity is • great thing in a sewing machine,-especially when you live in the country and have fix it yourself. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts thnn afly other—nothing to get Qut o( order. Pounds cheaper than other* We pay freight to your station guarantee every machine—and let you have it on easy terms. Write for illustrated Catalog-post free. Machines of all makes repaired. Needles and Parts supplied for any Machine. 38-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE. BELIEVES US OF ANX...

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GOLF. MEN'S AND LADIES' DOUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

COLF. MEN'S AND LADIES' DOUBLES. Saturday last was au ideal day for out ioorjtpo/t and the lociil gofers wore In. their rtlement., the competition being men's and nidies' doable®.' The former was won by Messrs J. G. Chessivas and 11. W. Fowling, whilst. Mrs Bryant and Miss Utaojswas were .•iuccersfui in the' ladies' competition. A mo.*l appreciable afternoon twi was provi ded by Mis P. Olif, nud full justice wits done 10 it. - Following aiu the suoies ;— " . Doubles iiep.Sct J ft Clicks was and It W P.iwling " IS 81 Ov Sweet,man and J Mitdigan . -16 85, , FrFoxcroft arid D McNee 24 80 t AiiuH^un and V! A I£e;ly- 13 B7 ;D Walls aiid \V J rienuoluijj ' IS' 89 " A Dicker arid A. A Linton JU v !;0 F.E Kivi'ce and h G Stephens 11 b7 Mis Btyau and Miss (Jku.-Kwas .23 97 .Vlrs Schooling aua Miss TUlle 11' l'):! Mis Courtney and. Miss Madigaii 26 103 Miss G-ieig and Mits L Uiciiie 1!) l'J8 Mrs Ma.'lignin and Mrs F 01 le 21 ' 114 Miss Smart and Miss E Smart . 24 12U

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AMERICAN MEAT, FAMINE. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

\ AMERICA?! HEAT, FAMIfJEi S. •; , _ In regard to the possibility of a meat famine in the Uluted States," the .Gov ernment have issufcd a special bulletin to the fanners of the country. It says —"The high cost of meat is a serious reality-, and it is now obvious /that the rise in prices in recent years is the natural result of an actual shortage,in production. The condition is reflected in the per capita consumption of moat in the United States, which is cstimat ■ed to have fallen off 101b in four years or. from 162 lb in 1909 t<j 152 lb in the fiscal year 1913. ■ It is- evident that tlie country is facing an era ot short production of meat, and thai some constructive means must be ad opted if the American appstite for this calss of food is to be supplied." Tht bulletin points out 'that in the.last sis years the number of beef cattle in thi country has apparently fallen off 30 pel cent., while rthe population has in creased.

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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

011a Podrida. [By Free Lance J "Visiting till museum ono'day recently I ©ricounteie'd twoyi-ung ladieswith the orth-r* odox skirts, etc. examining a mummy, and was struck with th*' similarity. in'the; ferm divine as revealed, by the mummies, old and.new. Eyidently thejr.lif d noticed vit, too, for, said one,—"Isn't it surprising how little the fashions have chaneed after all ?" _• Talking of" hobble skirts,"! wonder if the real origili of this wonderful garment ever troubles its wearers.' Ther<Tis every reason to believe thatthe hobble skirt .craze is not mi importation from France, but was star- I ted in Now York many years ago, by Hor- i ace Gveelev, and if - you h»arl;en-.way back to chat gentleman's famous old "green um brella, as it used-to stand handle down wards'on the'back porch, you 11 be" struck with the similarity between it- and the fash ior-ible hobble-iku'ted won;;.n of to-day. The butcher boy, delivering lit*, sausages, (they used-10 be done up in£at cakes)...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

Self- Sharpening Scissors Set THE EASIEST CUTTING- SCISSORS EVER MADE 8-Inch Conitant-Tenslon Bent-Trimmer Scissor*. 4>^-Iach PmeyWoA Bci—oi* 4}£-Inch Special Bntton-Hole Sdswtw Only 319 the Set Delivered anywhere (or only 3/6 for the Complete Set A Competition Bargain. Three Sciuora for the Price of Om MONET BACK IF YOU ARE NOT DELIGHTED h utn ta&f on finger bow, they do ue neexieet •attiaf eeeilr. BUdee ere feollov groGM ef taa kbmI _ steel, and kept ftlw&ya ufcarp to/the soiuitanttension Urer. Ob* tlMo itorpeoi tlM fiber. Bell-bearlncjetstfl redaoe friction, will ottUst 01s OrAtuiy Soimrs. The feney-Work Beleeore ere ipeeUlly med* for omfcroldixT end 1m« work, end the Bnttaa-Hole Saloon een be edjoited to Moorately eat kntton-holea of vxy clae. AU thm Beiaeere an hnrttj nlckel-platei epd rnxt-yroot Too ehoald order at oneej tkia ibr will mfl mm •(*!&« The |-ImI Sclasore mey be bed eeptmtelr for Is. 94., posted free azunrket*. Obteinekle enlj Iroa THE UN...

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BOXING DAY RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

| BOXING DAY RACING CLUB. A meeting of members of .the Committee of the abovt; club wrs hold nt the "Prince of Wales Hoiekuni .Vlumiay evea';i>g.;.thurvs Iwing present—limn-..-, >u:..iuuuu, Ha«att, T. Riadi^jn. hpa. see., Aruu.,olU. Da.ton, Leahy, Tobiii, ChWswas, anil i.icliie. The members [.resent chatted over the position iu--vreg.ild^tu. dato j.ur the -ClubV .iieetiug (,t'> ixiiij- Uay) <.u<i ihu atutinie oi tne-Tvr«tu"g ijuib, »iiit ic wa« 'e*eiiumiiy de cided that the fuLuwi.ug letter bu beut to the ■ V.li.C. and tile I'lu.-is :— Penshurst, 23rd June, 1914. Ttlie Secretary, m • V.li.C., • • ' Melbourne. . V; Dear S,ir,—ihe committee -pf^ths,. above Club des-res to bring ing befjre your not.ee in regard to the chapging of dates. He the conference held at VVarrnambool.—The President denies the statement made "by Mr. C. J3. lJa.me,f—"That Mr. Barnes, with his two votes, would say that there are two rate clubs ait Penshurst." He had one vote omy, as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

ITADATIO PknuMORur eras* HTtSaUdi, Urer ud KMntfTrooblaii OmitrW Ulctrt, IotamJ Oqp&i. M u4 8ff pw MIMl Chniita ■». ww. - haaRMiifi»w?iaigiATi S. A. PALMER, 489 FLINDERS LANE, MEL BOURNE.

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LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Penshurst Free Press — 27 June 1914

LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. The fortnightly meeting- of; the Pens hurst Literal;}! and Debating society was held in the Presbyterian. School room on MondayJ evening Vlast1,.' RevJ Parry in the chair, thl' subject under discussion being a. debate, " Should •Bachelors be Taxed'?"'? The affirma tive was taken by Mr. D. Greig, . who said he thought there were many rea sons why such a tax should be im posed. Firstly, a^ bachelor "was ineiined to bo selfish, having no one put him self to bok afiier. The expenditure of a married man was much greater, and generally, he contributed more -to tlio revenue of the Suite, yet the Stat© re- J garded one the same as the other. The income tax did not hit the single man, the same as the married, on accent,oi the provision the latter--had to make for his family. ' He bejiev'ed the most miserable man in the world was the - confirmed old bachelor. He always wanted his own way, and \ otherwise had no objective in life but to have a goad time. It was';...

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