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CAPTAIN GRANFORD'S CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

CAPTAIN GKANFORD'S CilRlS rlYiAS. By 13. .NEWTON BUNCHY. "Dick, old eh up, it'g jij jour power tc do ino uo end of a favor," eaid Captain Winter, of the 416th Buffe. ! The two ollicms were standing on the neck of a troopship which was on nor way homo from India, bringing the -ilCth Buffs on board. j "111 do anything I can for you, ■ Harry," replied Captain Dick Cran ford. j Tho two otticers wore both young and good looking, and they had both •distinguished themselves in India. , Now Captain Winlcr began to put ^ nis request before his chum, and, in ' t'liort. it was as follows:— j Captain Winter U:ul accepted an in f vUation to spend Christmas at his ; uncle's home in the country. He had ' <iot seen this uucle, whose name was I Wayneford, for many years, though j as at boy and a young man he had spent; many a holiday there. Nofr lie wanted very much to spend Christmas elsewhere, but he did not wisli to offend hia uncle, so he asked Dick Cranford to go m his place. "You're...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JIM SANDERSON'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

JIM SANDERSON'S CHRISTMAS GIFT. Uy AM / I.ISTKR. (All Kislits Itesarvcd.) It was a brisk, crisp moruing the tirst week in October. .Molly Sunder- / «on stood at the gate of tluj littio villa waving bur dainty bandkerehiiA 1 in a long good-bye to her liusband ,'.s he turned the corner towards the ?ta (ion. Every morning during tlie tvro years she had been inamM Molly iiad doiw this, und Jim SaaUcrsou, as he wended bin solitary wr,y and en tered the waiting train wiiicJi always took him to the City, retr.'cteii ou the , • happiness that had come to him since | lie had captured the heart of the , beautiful girl who daily watched his retreating figure and longed for hie ' return. But this morning both h&urtfl were specially joyoue,, for it was the . second anniversary or their weddina day—that day of - supreme delignt when these two had taken each other for better or for worse "until death us do part." Jim Sanderson was a managing clerk in a great paper warehouse in Upper Thames...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

HiaiD? Sotices. Bibthday tunnel company NO LIABILITY, Borringa. nominations for two (2) Directors (to be olected for tnretre moatlm nt the Ordinary General MEETING- of Share holders, to be held at Grain's Hotel, B11I larat. on Friday, the 30th Jauuary, 1914. at 1230 p.m), require to bo lodged with the undersigned ut least fourteen clear days before the time appointed for hold ing the mpetimr W. H, acheson, Manager. 38 tydiara utract south, Ballarat. January 6th, 1914. New jubilee company, no liability, SCAU8DALE. notice. A CALL, No. 18, of threepence per SHAKE, has been made on the capita of the Company, and will bo due an* payable to the Manager, at the office <• the Company, on Wednesday, 14. Jaanaiy, 1914. W. M. acheson, Manager. 38 Lydiaid street aoatb, B«Uarat, MOVING OUT SNAPS AT TUNBRIOGE'S. Corner Wardrobes Strongly made in oak. 5 feot 6 inches hifjh, 158 inches across, fitted with brass rail and plenty of hooks. Great Value at 10s fcd. Nickel Fenders All nickel F...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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[?] [?] THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

KOntitV THE HAttVEST. Wheat-stripping is now general throughout this district. In most cases the yields are disappointing and very much below anticipations. Fields of growing wheat that gave every appearance of averaging nine and ten bago to the acre before stripping are only.yielding four or five bags, and in aome instances as low an a bag and a half to the acre only is being harveatad. The gene ral impression amongst the farmer.'' is that the light rainfall daring the winter, and the dry spell of weather just previona to the harvest, pre vented the grain from plumping o it Several farmers maintain that three or four heavy frosts experienced about two months ago is the cause.

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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GRAIN IN THE WORLD'S MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

GRAIN IN' THK WOHI.D'S MARKKTS. Slightly increased firmness is no-icejwjo in the London r.tid other European wheat inurketH, owing apparently to Argentine advices, though there does not appear to be much disposition to buy eargoes with uiiy freedom. The recent official estimate of the Argentine crop, showing a total yield of 16.501,000 quarters, represents ft oonniderable reduction from laat svason, while the estimated exportable surplus of 8.500,000 quarters compares with about 12,890,000 quartern for I9J3. For tliv mo ment little A rpentine wheat is being >hip ned to Europe, a? exporfs on account of the old season practically closed soma time ago, while new peason'n shipment A are .slow is starting. Against this. Aus tralian exports are commencing earlier than last reason, and good shipments Hht.uld Ixj madv during the first threo months of th« year. Indian crop proe pects lire :: mater o: uncertainty; but the quantity to be exjKirted from India this year in "any case promisee ...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAPE CLEAR. SUCCESSFUL MUSIC PUPILS. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

CAPE CLEAR. SUCCESSFUL MUSIC PUPILS. At the recent examination bold at Bollarat nnder the auspices of the London College of Music, Elsie Kirk i and Nellie Porteons—both pupils of I Miss Hoare, L.L.C.M.—were success ful in oocuriug elementary certifi cates.

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

Commonwealth dBs* Bank of Hustralfa Branches aro cpea (or the transaction of General Banking Buelneee throughout Australia New South WaIoi—Srdrxry and Canberra. Victoria—Melbourne. Queensland—Brisbane and Towuwillc. South Australia Adelaide. Wo atom Australia— Perth. Tasmania—Uobart* And at Kgypt House, SC-3S New Uroad Street, London Cahto rcmiUAnccn made to, and draft* drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign Bills aegotiated and coltrrUHl. Letters of Credit and Circular Notes Uwued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Nanking and Exchange Rueinese of every description transacted within tin Commonwealth, United Kingdom and foreign countries. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Apenclea arc open in practically all Post Offices which issue Money Ordere in the Australian Commonwealth and Papua* Withdrawals on demand may be effected for suma up to XlOat any Office within the Commonwealth Minimuir «0/ Rate of Interest on Deposit O'o all Deposits up to 1/ £300 I JAB...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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ROKEWOOD JUNCTION. LABOR SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

KOKEWOOD' JUKCriOIV. LA.BOK. 8QQIAL. On Friday evening, the 2nd inat., Mr D. C. M'Grath, M.P., addressed 1 a large and enthusiastic meeting in the local Mechanics' Gall. Mi M'Grath explained the circu in stances leading np to his suspension. He touched on the Prime Miniatrr's great objective—the double dissolu tion, remarking that if the Fusion party waa in earnest, Parliament would be called, together early in April. However, he felt certain that Parliament would not meet be fore the end of June, the idea of the double dissolution being lost, in the desire of the presont Ministry to cling to oflico. Mr M'Grath spoke at some length of the great necessity of bringing forward the Referenda Bills again. He made a few remarks on State political mat ters, stigmatising the recent Redis tribution proposals of Mr Watt as the most Tory measure introduced in our Stato. The Bill aimed a death-blow at the one adult cne vote principle. At the conclusion of Mr M'Grath'a speech Mr J. Clin ton movo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

J mm u A Famoustor Qutaliy 306 STXTRT STREET D^KE^ . T. IvIDnnlS. Shoes & Boots. Morris' Sh"m •*' '•fl90fe ('Phone 579 DallEfEL ■ ■ ■ ■■■ m ■ ■ ■■ ■ For The WbeXc Swuly. (Riltfit next Tunbridge'B New >umiture Arcade)

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PIGGOREET. FAMILY REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

jPIGtiOKKFX. FAMILY REUNION. A very pleasaut reunion of family relations took place at 6rafl3mere F^rm, Piggoreet, on the occasion of the anniversary of Mrs Mary Bed ford's 80th birthday. Mrs Bedford arrived in Victoria in 1853. by the ship Gipsy Brido, and for f>0 years she has resioed on the one spot at Pipgoceet. The party, consisting of .50, airived from Ballarat in tho morning by drag, and included re presentatives from Ballarat, Mary borough, Curisbrook, Melbourne, and, Gippsland. After tho usual toasts had been honored several valuable presents were made by the company to tho guest. Mr D. Bedford, of Ballarat, moved, and Mr E. D. Bedford, of Carisbrook, se conded, that these reunions of re lations be held annually. The mo tion was supported by Mr B. Bed ford. of Maryborough, and Mr I. J. Bedford, of Piggoreet, and carried. The party then visited Melville's Cave, Dobertine's Tnnnel, and the Devil's Kitchen, the outing being a most enjoyable one. SABBATH SCHOOL PICNIC. A ver...

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Pitfield Bannet. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmissionby post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

Ptfieli l&auaet. POI1LI8HED EVEkY 8AT0KI>a* MimNIMi {Registered at the General fost Office Melbourne, for trangmiwion by uot»t ** & Newspaper.] SATURDAY, JAXUAar 10, 1914. SUDDKN DEATh7 Air Dunn, licensee of th« Capt Ol«ar Hotel, died suddenly y^nier lay morning. He had waik^.l into 'l>« yard, when hesndit>»> 1. f-ll for ward and expired. D-crased had been a sufferer from Bri^ht's din ease. 1,0.0. F. The fortnightly meeting of the Berringa lodge was held on Thurs day evening. N.G. Bn>. Hupepxv sided over a good attendance of members. A Past Grand's certificate was presented to P.G., IJro. Eld ridge, on behalf of the lodge by D.D.G.M., Hro. Cltpp. Bro. Eld ridge suitably responded. .V1INEKS ANNIVEIHAIIY. Tbe committee of the R 'k^wood, PitSeld, and Berringa. branch F.M.E.A. have under considintion a proposal to rtm an unregistered pony race meeting, as well its a pic nic, in lieu of the usual registered race meeting, on tbe occasion of tht anniversary c...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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District News. DEREEL. LABOR PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

DlSIIlCI News. LABOII PICNIC. A very successful picnic was hold on Boxing Day al the Dereel lagoon under the auspices of the Dereel branch P.L.L. About 300 people were present. Au interesting sports' programme waft carried out nndor the supervision of Messrs M. Moy nihan, W. Thornton, J. Harrison, M.! Buckley, E. M'Oarthy, A. Chenery, J. Buckley, M. Conn, J. Klein, Jos. Klein, J, Hoare, \V. H. Butler, and J. Michell (secretary). Besides a number of races, the following events were keenly compote1' for:— Sapping the chain (trophy, a set of brushes in leather case donated by Harry Davies and Co.) was won by Mr D, M'Gann; Bowling at Wicket (trophy, e.p. butter dish donated by John Snow and Co.) was annexed by Mr Jos. Sharp ; Guessing Com petition for fat sheep (donated by Buckley Bros.) was secured by Mr John Klein. An appreciated dona tion by Mr M. Daly in the Bhape of a box of tea did good service when the gathering was served with re freshments, the following ladies being in attenda...

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PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS CROSS-COUNTRY DRIVE. NEWCASTLE, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

PLUCKY AUSTRALIANS ORo^cor.vntv r>iuvb. NEWCASTLE, W"dn M>-e< Irono Una. Harrw and _Mr JaoK CasUu Harris, left- Naweastle last Thurs day with tlio intention os driving to Mildura, on tho Murray Kiver, a distance • about S'JLI inilty. Tiioy will be joined at Mildura by their brother, Mr Walter Kilroy Harris, K.U.G.S. The three will .continue th<a journey -mtcm Now South Walew to Uriwbune. The Darling }(i\e.r will be left at Wil >-ai;nia for ft cut ucrosn <v>untry to Bro ken Hill and White Cliffs. After mak ing hark to Wi>e.a::ni&, hey v. ill follow tho r:v.r as far a* Mw;ik: ndi, and then h«a«l for Ohnrleville. T:'J return will be itkw alontf tee north cwt district of Now Snath Walt's. Mr Walter Harris, who returned from Kntfland in Xnveiuber, holdrt tho distinc tion of being tho young-si IVI'ow of the Royal GnOK'Ml'hii'al S>-,'"ty, b-inp only 23 yww of agn at tho i:m« ot' hi* election. Avompanied by his brother Jivk, ho drov...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

J. Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fltzivy, Helbwrna. Seatis bis opinion of TONIC " E T3Hii recommended to try Clements Tonic. / was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and seoere headaches. / had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and ufas worth its Height in gold "/ recommend this medi cine strongly. (Signed) JOHN HOSKING." The Re». J. HOSKING. D.D.. i. kaotm m mm earnest church worker, and hi* icDwaro CLEMENTSTONIC «ra» neat imc iKc gw>d it night da. This tae&aar ii ecrtaia io in effects on run tlann of irrilntcd aervei, and quickly pAiem Bit ouwen, Weakness, Loss o( ~Ie*j>. Poor Appetite, Constipation and ALL CHEMISTS and STORES S ;ll IT. ft

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

HA T,T,\RAT 1'lli MARKET. Weduetfaay. I Cofvb and I'ullum reiiort: —io-<lay wo. Leld tho opening pig sale ol' this year, JJid the supply in all clasder; won a moderate ■.me. Uaooncrs: The iirincijv.il curers were ill attendance art usual, and the Market opened ut rates comparing moro than favorably with those ruling at our last sale hold ou tho 17th lJeceniber. Ah The saies progressed, however, competi tion became kw-ener, and valuea generally for bacon pigs can be quoted at <juite 3/ to 41 per head higher than obtan.ed at the closing sale ol the year, the market closing firm. The top price of tho mar ket lor a pen of baconers was secured by Mr S. Barrett, ol' Windermere, whoso uigB brought i-t '2/ per head; although tho Iiigli price o:' .E4/7/ was realised for a very fine single pig Hold for Mr R. M'lvor, of Alacoriia. \Ve quute:—i'rimo bacon «?rs, £31? 16 to .£3/15/; extra good baeoiiers, .£3/17/6 to to X4/7/; mtdium weights, Jt'S to .£3/5/ Backfatters iUid c...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Commercial. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

commetciai. BALLAKAT LIVE STOCK ilARKLT. Tuesday. I Fat cattlo: 116 he-ad canvo forward for today's market, only jt small proportion being Rood to priun> quality, balance uso t'ul descriptions. The attendance of buy ers wad a. full one and competition wm brisk, all desoriptioiis meeting an active demand at a good advance on lato values, tho advaiKV boing morn pronounced on best quality pens. Quotations:—-Primo peas bullocks, .trj to C13/12;6; rockI pens bullocks, .*>9,10/ xo medium, .C7/15/ to JC8/10/. Averages-. Mr .1. H. Cross, Gazette LVtato, 10 tji; 11.-cks. XI3; Mr .1. G. IJobertson, Mount Mitchell, 3J bul locks, .tlO/4,; Mr H. A. Austin, Klaino, 3 bullocks .1:10/1,3, 3 cows .1:6; Mr W. Fraser, Waubra. lit bull<n<k>. .£8/18/. Calves: 1H panned. b"st forward selling to .£6/17,6. Shu'p: 4943 [M'nned tor tv-day's sale, only a small number being (Tiimi quality, balance ol' yarding consisting from good to medium descriptions. Com petition was brisk, an...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

BALLARAT WliOlJ^SALK DA litY PRODUCE MAKKKT. Thursfiftr. | Phillips and C-hamborlani report:—bat ter : Prime factory printd. lUd; . --'"I' nd to lli<3: tsepsrator, 8d to 9d; dfiiry, 8u. Ekkb. 8(1. limon: Sides. lid; middles, 1/; hams, 1,3. Honey, 3d to 3; J. Lard. ®d Cheese. 6id to 7id. Onions: Brown Span ish, JC8/10/ to JK>. Now potato*;: B-Aiaty of Hebron, A'5 to J.'.r)/10/. J T. Lawless and Co. (late M'tcvyor Bros.) report: — Butt«r: Vrirno fuatory prints, lift; lump, 11^-d; dairy, 8d- *u)u rator, twi. Errs, 9d. lOd to lid; middles, II; hiinp, 1.3. 8d, Honey, 3id to 3jd. Cheese, ■ )d to «d.

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

HALLAEAT WHOLES U,n I'KODUCB MARKET. The quotations am:—\YtK-.it, 3;a to a t> for prime miHintr. Oats: l'nxi, 1/7 to 1,9 for stout )i-avy milling. Harl^y: Prir.io, 8/6; luir lo good, 'i .'i; Cape, 2/4. Flour, .£8/10/; brjvn, t'4i'10/; poilurd, JC4 15/; potatoes, new JE4/I0/ to Kay: J5«st chaffing, u«w 35/, o]d37/C; now iirnu tjer .L'2/5/, old A'-,7, 6. Straw, 30/ to 3i!;G.

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THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE LAUNCESTON PAPERS INVOLVED. LAUNCESTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

THE NEWSPAPER STRIKE LAUNCKSTON PAPF.KS XNVOKVW). T.ATTNCKSTON, Thur^toy. I.imKjpn opiMiatorn at thi' l>a:ljr Crupb" office. I»auiic<wtoii, left >™i'J early tliitf morning on iliHcovcriiig that matter Bi»t up at that olIit-4i had Ix-on lunt to 1110 "Wxaminor" ofEcts, it'hero tbcra in a htrilw*.

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New Exhibit by Richards & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 10 January 1914

The Christmas display by Rich ards and C->. is usually looked for ward to with keen interest by the public, as being an exhibition of the vory highest achievement in artistic photographing, and it is no exagger ation fo claim that this high stand ard is perfectly maintained, if not surpassed, by the magnificent exhib it now on view. The work of the mastor-hand is evident in each of the beautiful studies, and the com petent critic will discern an artistic progression, for this display is a dis tinct advanco upon the last. Each study shows artistic feeling, atmos phere am) refinement of treatment, together with dignified yet restful posing, and delicacy and taste in the arrangement of the background and accessories, not often to be found in photography. In fact these are pic tures of the truest sense, made with the aid of the camera. The public should take the earliest opportunity of viewing these gems of modern art portraiture. The large central stu dins aiv at once beautiful and ...

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