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A New Dish. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
A New Dish. A few weeks ago visitors called un expectedly n a certain family, great ly to the chagrin of the good house wife, for the larder was rather short, and there was no way, at that late hour, to replenish it. "Bridget, said the mistress, taking the servant-girl into her confidence, "you will have to bring everything that you can find, and I will make ail apology at the table," "All right, mum," was the reassur ing response of Bridget. "Yez can just lave it to me." The dinner-hour came, and, taking the cover from one dish, the mistress was surprised to find it empty. "Why, Bridget," said the hostess, turning and addressing the servant girl, "what is the meaning of this empty dish?" "Shure, mum," was the stratling re joinder of Bridget, "didn't yez say yez would make an apology at the table, in' don't yez want a dish to put it on!" - '■"» '
One Thing Needful. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
One Thing Needful. He was ill, or at least said that he was, and the other day he entered the office of a well-known physician and sank into a leather-covered arm chair in the ante-room waiting his turn on the list. At last it came, and the doctor ex amined his tongue critically, felt his pulse, inquired as to the symptoms o£ his illness, and then looked wise. Taking a pad from the table, he wrote a prescription, calling for bread pills, and distilled water, or some thing of that sort. Then, turning in his chair, the pi rsician said: "1 cannot see that anything seri ous is the matter with you. What you need is plenty of air " The patient smiled a broad, bland smile, but said nothing. "Take this prescription regularly every night; but above all things get plenty of air. Good, wholesome, outdoor atmosphere, that is what you need more than anything else." "Ha, ha, ha! I need air, do I?" shouted the man. "Well, that Is funny." "Why, what do you mean?" Inquired the doctor. "Mean? Why, I ...
Pitfield Banner, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1914. ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
>.• PUSHED EVEKY SATURDAY HORNINR l Registered at the General Post Officc Melbonrno, for trunnmission by poot as a Newspaper.] . Saturday, A.ugust 1, 1914. ANNIVERSARY. Tlio anniversary of tho Borringa Pres byterian .Church will bo celebrated to morrow, when Rov. A. J. Mooro, of Scots Church, Ballarat, will occupy the pulpit at tho afternoon and evening services. On tho Saturday following the pro gramme for tho annual concert will be given by tho Ballurat Oamp Firo Concert Company. THROWN FROM BUGGY1. General regrot was oxprossod when it became known that Mr Archio Lawson, of Wernoth, had mot with a serious acci dent. IIo and his son Harold had been up to his Mt. Morcor property, and on the road homo through the long gully the brako gavo way 011 a very steep hill, and tho horsogot out of control. Mr Lawson was thrown out and had his collar-bono and two ribs broken. Ho was taken to Jolly's hotel, Corindhap, and is boinfe at tended by Drs Wood and Road. Harold escaped, but a valuab...
Quick Exit. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
Quick Exit. a mau wno uau ueen very penuri ous died and sought admission at the pearly gates. "What have you ever done," asked St. Peter, "that I should let you in?" "Once," said the man, "I met an old woman who was hungry and gave her twopence." "Gabriel, is that on the records?" "Yes, St. Peter." "What else have you done?" "Once I gave a frozen newsboy a penny." "Is that on the record, Gabriel?" "Yes, St. Peter." "What else have you done?" "I can't recollect anything else just now." "Gabriel, what do you think we ought to do with this fellow?" "Oh, give him back his three cop pers and tell him to go back to the other place."
Made Up in Quantity. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
Made Up in Quantity. An old woman, who liad grown grey and bent in the service of the family who had raised her from childhood, was not gifted with an over-abundance of grey matter, and her mistakes and queer ideas furnished much amuse ment to those about her. One day a Yorkshire pudding that si e had made for dinner did not seem quite as it should he, and the mistress called Eunice and said, "What is the matter with the pudding, Eunice? Did you make it in" the usual way?" "Yesm'm," said Eunice. "How many eggs did you put in it?" "Six." "Six!" exclaimed the mistress; "why, the recipe only calls for four!" "Yesm'm, I know," said Eunice; "but they werent very good, so I put in more of 'em."
Amongst the Mines. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
flmoaysi me lues. The monthly el"an-iip by the Wil liam's Fancy was.r>87 "Z 18 dwt from 1928 tons ; and Mio New Jubilee, 1U$ oz from 5G8 ionB. The directors &lt;f the Pi'deUi Min ing Company, at tht-ir fortnightly ! meeting, learned with satisfaction ; that the new compiny had been re constructed, anil that evi rything waB now going on well. A call of &lt; 2d per share was made, and it is the intention of the directors to push on ] with operations with a view of test ing the gold-bearing waih located by the diamond drill. Shareholders in the old Pitfield Prospeoting As sociation are requested to hand in their old scrip in ordi r that they will be. enabled to obtain their scrip in the new company.
BALLARAT HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
BALLARAT IIORSE MARKET. Coglilan, Bo asp, and Co. repprt: — Wo offered at auction at our yards this week 83 horses, 71 cattle, 257 pigs. Horses: Very few supplies came forward for to day s market, comprising a few heavy draught mares and geldings; the bal ance consisting of aged draughts, light harness sorts, and ixinies. The noii arrival of a truck of pedigree mares advertised for the sale caused consider able inconvenience to many who had come to inspect them, but these will bo offered at our sale this week. Other consignments were forward from the Cressy, Rokewood, and Western dis tricts. A very large attendance of dis trict farmers was present throughout; but the majority of the horses yarded lacked condition, consequently did not find favor with buyers, and business was limited. For next Friday's sale we will yard 50 head of fresh hordes, mostly good draughts, 4 to 6 years, on account of such well-known breeders as -Messrs K. H. Dugdale, -las. Dugdale, Browne Bi-os., Birchip; J...
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MAHIvUT. Fat Cattle.—Only 126 came to hand for to-day's market, about one-half being good to primo quality, balance mostly useful. There was a good attendance of buyers, and competition for all classes was most active, values showing a good advance on late rates, closing firm. Quo tations: Prime pens bullocks, ,£15 to .£17; tingle bullock to .£21/5/; good pons bul locks, JE12/10/ to ill; medium. .£9/10/ to .£10/10/; best cows, .£'11 to .£12; extra. .£14 5/. Averages: Mr Joseph Til ivy, Amiga, 8 bullocks, .£17/0/8: Jlr Geo. Head, Basin Hanks, Pirron Yailock, 16 bullocks, X'll 17;6; Mr T. Roborston, Moync Falls, 10 bullocks. X14/8/6; Mr Don-Read, Melrose, JBeeac, 14 bullocks, Xll/11/7; Mr N. 11. Whitehead, Wurroit, • Warrnambool, -t bullocks X12/2/6, 7 cows .£11/18/7. Sheep. —2068 came forward for to-duy's sale; about ojie-third being good to prime qual ity, balance medium descriptions, includ ing a number of ewes. Host quality sold at improved prices, and for such...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
Business Notices. The Best Place FOR BRIDAL PORTRAITS ENLARGEMENTS. Our Enlargements aro as beatiful as the rest of our work. "We will make enlargements from any photo graphs—no matter how old or faded —and guarantee satisfaction. Write us to-day, Size of Size of Enlargement. ' Mount. Price. 12 x 10 20 x 16 25/ 23 x 17 15 x 12 30/ The class of Clients that we have is indicative of the quality of our work. When Brides from every part of Aus tralia sit to us for their Bridal Portraits it is safe to assume that our work ap peals to them, therefore, the Bride who desires a lifetime of satisfaction from her Bridal Portrait Bhould make an ap pointment with us without delay. Two Positions Taken. Two Proofs Submitted. Studio and Dressing RoomB Heated During Winter. OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNOON. RICHARDS & CO. World-Famed PHOTOGRAPHERS STURT STREET, BALLARAT. •T. C. DEARDEN, Proprietor. Eye=sight Tested • • Free. * « GLASSES FROM 5s. C. MARKS & CO, . Watchmakers, Jewellers, and Op...
BALLARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
BALLARAT STOIJE AND DAIB.T TATTLE MARKET. Coghlan, Boase, and Co. report.—A good yarding camc forward for to-day's market, comprising a large numlx'r of milkers, a few springers, 9 bulls, a good number of fat and beefy cows, tin,* bal ance consisting of a few young cattle and store cows. Dairy cattle: Milkers; 15 liead penned. This was one of the nicest yardings forward that has boon seen iu BalliUi'.t lor a long time. There was a very large attendance of buyers, includ ing a number of local dafrymen and out sido buyers. Competition was very brisk, and the full yarding was sold at very satisfactory prices, jis follows:—One cow, JEll/7/6; two cows, .£9; one cow, .£8/15/; one cow, .£8,5/; one cow, .£8/2/6; one cow, JX: one cow, .£5/12/6; the balance being useful heifers on first calf, and sold from .£•1/10/ to .£5/5/. Springers; The demand was again keen; best sorts selling from £7 to .£7/16/; otiiers, .£5/7/6 fo .£6/12/; backward heifers, from .£4. Bulls: Com petition was again keen,...
CHARACTER TOLD BY THE NOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
CHARACTER TOLD BY THE NOSE. . It is an ancient belief that the nose indicates ancestry. We speak about the aristocratic nose with its'high bridge and the plebeian nose of the -toiler. Certainly, in a great many cases, race can be distinguished by tiie nose. The Hebrew could hardly be confused' with the typical negro nose. The highly-arched nose is sup posed to indicate tendency to rule, and the flattened nose shows servil ity. There are several classes of noses, if we are to take the word of pliysi ogno" ists. The Roman nose indicates executive ability. Its owner is the aggressive person, the conqueror. Portraits show that the ancient war ri rs had this type of nose. The Ro mans were trained especially for deeds ot valor. The modern owner of such a nose will achieve success, be a leader, perhaps not in a battle for blood, but in business or profes sional life. The woman with this n-so may btain social leadership-if s' chooses that rather than some other line of achievement. The Grec...
KITCHEN WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
KITCHEN WRINKLES. A pinch of salt added to mustaru helps to prevent It from drying or caking. . To make the gas burn brightly a little salt should be sprinkled over the top of the mantle. This should be done when the gas is burning. If your oven will not brown your psstry or cakes as well as you wouid like, put the cakes or tarts on the up per tray, and throw a little sugar on the floor of the oven. Always put a cauliflower in plain water so as to draw out any insects —if salt is placed in the water it kills the insects and they are left in the vegetable. Common baking powder is one of the best remedies for the removal of warts and corns. Bind on wet, and moisten with soda several times a day. The warts and corns will quick ly disappear. To turn a jelly out of a mold with out breaking it, try rubbing a very little of the best olive oil on the shape before pouring in the jelly. If you do this you will never have another broken jelly. Before frying bacon, is a good plan to put the ras...
HARRY OAKLEY'S PROMISE I. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
HARRY OAKLEY'S PROMISE By James A. Gartell. "Harry, she is coming, after all— will- be here about six months," said Silas N. Oakley to his son, looking up from the letter he was reading. "You'll be able to see her for yourself then." "Oh!" responded the boy, laconical "You'll not be so indifferent then," said the father. "You'll be madly in love with her before she's been here a week." Harry shrugged his shoulders in contempt. "It's time we understood each oth er thoroughly, dad," lie said. "I'm not going to be rushed into a ready made marriage just to fall in with the sentimental wishes of a couple of dear old men." Silas N. Oakley set his lips. lie did not like opposition. It roused the worst side of his nature. He had, in earlier years, fought his way up wards step by step, conquering by sheer force of will and endeavor, un til to-day his word was accepted as __lawf- not-only— in-his ihllls""a"n'd home, but also very largely on the woollen market. It was in the morning-room of hi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
Loud rolls the drum, with a rumm-tum tum. Tho bugles blaro, hut our hoy's not there; Ho is homo in bed With an aching head. Ho did not parado (By tho ! flu1 delayed)— Big mus ters assure With Woods' Pcpporinint Cure. Rule 54, V.R.C. PIC-NIC RACE MEETING Will bo hold at tho Rokowood Racecourse ■ i tSAJtORBAY, AUGUST 22nd. 1914, Undor'auepicos of Rokewood and Corind hap Race Club. Proceeds iu aid of Rokowood Mechanics' Institute. ; .• Ojpcora; President—C. W. Stanbrook, Esq. Vico-p.ceaidonts—MeBers K.,RusbcII and . John Bell. Troadutora—Messrs W. P. Thomas and F. Westriem. ■ '&lt; Judge—E. Russell, Esq. Starter—Mr C. Wilding. ] Clork pf Course, Mr G. Stanbrook, jnr. TimVkoop>e?,riMrC. F.1 Rowe. Clerk of Scales—Mr F. Westriem. Pony Measurer—Mr R. Jolly. Stewards—Messrs J. M'Carthy, W. Al corn, C.. Wilding, W. Chatham, W. Laidlor senr., D. H. Gibson, and Allen Noble'. Secrotary—Mr J. G.Borry. ... , , Programme:— 1. BRUSH HURDLE RACE, about 2 miles.' Hfrpphy valued £3. 10-st. ...
BALLARAT POULTRY MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
HALL A ItAT 1'OliLTRY Mtlt [CRT Thursday. I. J. liawletfs and ( o. ii'jmrt.—A: k&lt;kk! supply penned, and prices firm for prime lots; poor, dull. Turkeys: I'rime Robblers mid hens made 7Jd j>er lb; mi'dium, from 6Jd to 7Jd; prime roosters, to 6/10; me dium, S/G to 4/9 i>er pair; best hens to 6/8; medium, 3/ to 1/6; inferior lower; forward pulletff, 4/ to 5/; small lots from 2/8 per pair; prime ducks, 1/6;- medium, 4/; lfunijers, 3^9; geose, 5/; ferrets, 12/; canaries,,5/;: pigeons, 1/3 to 1/fi.
VIEWS OF McTOSH. ON MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 1 August 1914
VIEWS OF McTOSH. ;0N MUSIC. By Arnold Golsworthy. "Ye're no luldn' sae weel the nicht, laird," said Sandy, as he came into the parlor. "Yo wadna Ink sae weel yoursel', Sandy Macphalrson, gin ye had been sittin' here for the last twa oors list enin' to a puir daft wumman next door play in* the piano and screechin' at the top o' her voice for her ain amuse ment." "Maybe it's because ye line no ear for music, laird," explained Sandy. "I'm no for contradic:in' ye," re plied McTosh. "Vurra likely I hae no ear for music, but that's no a reason for inllictin' it on me. Ye'll Hiectinen i' the toon that hae 110 taste for art, but we dinna drag tliem by the neck to the nearest gallery and mak' them study the pikters. 'There isna one man in twenty that kens inuckle aboot art, but we dinna stand ower the ither nineteen and ca' them heathen folk and a' that. But gin ye dinna care aboot music, tlfe puir bodies wl' pianos and sic wull hand ve little better than a creernl nal. And I'll tell ye why,...