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The European War. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
Tfie European War. The English troops have arrived in France and have met with a great reception. A great battle is imminent in Bel gium. The Allies have formed up in a long semicircle, and minor en gagements have already »»ccurred along this line. Fierce fighting is reported io be taking place in Belgium. The Ger mans havo captured the towns of Tirlemont and Diest, near Brussels. The French and Belgian forces have joined near Natnur, to the south of Liege, and have repulsed the Germans. After several hours' lighting the Russians inflicted serious losses on an Austrian force, which is being pursued by cavalry. Before Japan sent her ultimatum to Germany, the opinion prevalent in Berlin was that the Japanese would attack Russia.
The Federal Elections. TWO WEEKS FROM TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
Tie Federal Elsciions. TWO WEEKS FROM TO-DAY. Tho Federal oleclions are drawing near, mil1 will take place next Sat urday week. The various candidates have been busily occupied address ing the electors, and have aroused general interest in the issues in volved, so much so .that there is no doubt but that a record vote will He the result. For the Ballarat seat the retiring candidate, Mr M'G-rath (Labor) is being opposed by Mr CuMkatn (Lib eral). The candidates for the Senate (six to be elected) are— Labor. Liberal Barker, S. Cook, J. H. Barnes, J. Edgar, W. H. Blakey, A. B. II. Manner, S. Findley, E. M^Coll, J. II. M'Kissoek, A. N. M'Liari. \Y. J. Russell, E. J. Trenwith, W. A. W. J. Nicholls, Berringa.
COURSING. CAPE CLEAR CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
COURSING. CAPE CLEAB CLUB. The draw of the coursing meeting to take place oil Saturday, under the aus pices of the Pitfield and Cape Clear Coursing Club, is as follows:— 1G a.:i. dogs at .£1/1/ each.—AY. Smith's Miss Thought v W. Hay ward's Brook; J. Klliott's Nellie Bohn v S. M'Cart jiey's Moon Lady; P.. Piggol t's Try Con nell v J. xO'Donnell's 51 agio Hod; A. Guthrie's Locust v L. Hewitt's Stripes; W. ITny ward's Nellie K. v A. Smith's Nellie Tlioiiglit; T. Randall's Elaine Bell v W. Hbbels' Black l'ilate j A. Dag leish's Ladv Mana v 1?. Woods' I'Teiiehio ; \V. Hbbels' Molly Murphy v L. Till's | Slaughterman. Eight puppies at .£1/1 / each.—A. .Tin. nings' Scarsdale Ranger v .T. II. Cat ton's Wallah); K. Woods' Wnnnoroo v S. M'Cartney's Miss Fox; A. C. Buchan an's Miss Lenten v A. Jennings' Master A.W..T.; T. ' Sparks' Merry Mike v W. Gordon's Joyclen Queen.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
CYCLING. j A shocking accident occured in connection with the Victorian Motor Cycle Club's 25 miles race held last Saturday, through two riders meeting head-on." The contest wa&lt;? held over an out-and home course, (a most dangerous proceeding when men are travelling at 65 miles an hour in opposite di rections) and attracted the fastest riders in Victoria. Dowel, who was riding a powerful 8 b.p. J.A.P. ma chine, started from scratch and over took Thornton (7 h.p. Indian) before reaching the turn, 12i miles out. Dowel and JVBootli (7 h.p. Indian) arrived at the turn at about the same time, and immediately set out in pursuit of a batch of four riders who had just set off. Accelerating rapidly, they both reached a speed of about (35 mileB per hour, and had entered the dust of the front men, when Thornton came along at speed in the opposite direction. The handle-bars of Dowel's and Thorn ton's machines locked, and the rid ers were thrown with terrific force into the air. Thornt...
LINTON V. SCARSDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
LINTON VISCAESDALE. ■ These two trams met for the last time in connection with the district competition. The match was pLiyed at Linton on August. St!). It was interesting from the fact that did Linton win it settled the premier ship in their favor, wh&lt; r&lt;eas if Scsra da.le won, it gave the Berringa team a chance for victory. It was the fourth occasion on which these two teams had tried conclusions, and in ihe three previous contests Linton had proved victorious, but only by a Darrow margain. 'Both teams were etroDgly represented. As previous defeats of Scarsdale were, generally accounted for by too much crowd ing the ball, they went on to the field with strict instructions from their captain, Jas." Burke, to keep their places, and the game open. Tbis they succeeded in doing ex cellently, and scr.rrid a decisive vic tory by 3 goals lo behinds to 1 goal ?> behinds. There was net a man in the Scarsdale team who did not earn his position, and those worthy of sp...
A Globe Trotter. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
A Globe Trotter. A University professor who has greatly endeared himself to his stu dents on account of his goodhearteu ness, has one particular failure—ab sent-mindedness. Lately he visited his married nephew, and, of course, had to listen to the youne wife's praisa of her firstborn. The gentleman felt that he must say something to. give _ the impression that he was interested. "Can the dear little fellow walK?" he inquired, quietly. 'Walk!" said the mother. "Why, he has been walking for five months!" "Dear me!" exclaimed the professor, lapsing again into abstraction, "what a long way he must have got."
LINTON V. BERRINGA. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
LINTON V. BERRINGA. A came full of excitement was a •feature, of the match between the above teams, -which took place on Saturday afternoon in the Berringa Recreation Reserve. Spectators •were many, including a number irom the Eurroundlng district. The weather was fine, but a strong north westerly wind blew across the play er area throughout the match. A Tictorr for Linton meant that the ! •premiership would have been theirs £ the result was the reverse -mother game will take place bet tveen the same two teams to decide 5UBer!ing^ winning tbe t0FS-kirok: «d with the wind, and were the first * u„„mP acroressive, Raehinger an ieSTShlnd shortly attar the Sunce o£ the ball, The kick-off Wed the ball in the south-eastern Siog. where the play hovered dur ?ngthe first quarter, Linton very rafely transferring it over the centre me Causon was the first to, raise iwo flags, and shortly after a sin"le was notched by Cotter. Mick O'Brien was responsible for Ber n's second goal after a strenuous...
The Domestic Pet. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
The Domestic Pet. The superintendent of a Sunday school was illustrating for the chil dren the text, "Arise and take tho young child and his mother, and flee into Egypt." Showing them a large picture, sh': asked: "Now, isn't that splendid? Plere is the mother, here, is the young child, there's Egypt in the distance." Th&lt;! children, however, looked dis appointed, and finally one little hoy piped out: "Please, teacher, Where's the flea?"
Preparing. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
Preparing. An old woman in Sussex was severe ly reproved by the parson for curtsy ing whenever the name of Satan was mentioned. Asked why she did so, she replied: "Well, civility costs nothing, and you never know what'Il happen." PATTERN FOR BOY'S TUNIC SUIT. What couid look smarter on a little boy than this tunic. It may be made of navy serge and worn with white collar and smart tie and- belt. If pre ferred, any color tweed may be used. A reliable paper pattern may be ha>1. It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. 40, cut in two sizes—for boys of 4 and 6. This pattern may be bought for ninepence from local pattern agenl, or will be sent post free to any ad dress if ninepence in stamps is sent to Dept. 'C, "Everylady's Journal," 376 Swanston-street, Melbourne. State number of pattern and size required. If a penny stamp is sent to above ad dress, a 48-page catalogue will be sent to any reader who writes, "Send frca catalogue."
It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
it is Sam. That the Federal elections are get ting near at hand—ouly a fortuighfc from to-day. That at Mr M'Grath's election meeting on Saturday night at Sjars dale, the dialogue between the can didate and i[r Baglin proved a firat class entertainment .for. tha I.'trgB audience. . — That a-strong contingent has been formed at Scarsdalo to go to tha front, headed by the wall-knowa patriots, Jack Egan and Jack Mac kay. That the sporting fraternity hava two attractions for to-day— races'at llokewooil and coursing at Naring hal. That it does not matter to Scars— dais which team wins the district football premieral: ip match, they are ready aud are eajer to give tha conquerors a game for £1 a man a I side. : That the election of a councillor j to represent the East Riding in the Grenvilleshire Council takes placa on Thursday next. All ratepayers should show interest in municipal matters by going to the poll. That i is practically a foregone conclusion that Or. A. A. Edgar will, be the ne...
CHAPTER VIII. The High Road of Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
CHAPTER VIII. The High' Road of Adventure. Hero at last it appeared to Gilray \vas"iorciir.c".or.»...0 —tp.-. liim. He had formed a compact with Enid, showing that she was more or less under an obligation to him. It wculd have been a difficult matter t.? state precisely what that obligation was, but no doubt time would help him to give it some satisfactory de finition. Anyway, Enid had been desperately afraid lest he should speak, lest he should say something th? t. might put Van der Knoot on the track of his missing miniatures. Gii ray had certainly seen the precious pictures in the hands of Daniel Har ley. Whether they had been stolen or not it did not in the least matter —perhaps there was some Btrange story atached to their appearance in the queer dock-house, some plausible explanation. Even the blackest evi dence sometimes becomes common place when the witnesses for the de fence enter the witness-box. What did it matter? Suppose Dan iel I-Iarley was a thief, what then? At any r...
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT CHAPTER VII. A Compact. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
THE SENTENCE OF THE COURT. By FRED M. WHITE. Published by arrangement with Warn, Lock & Co. Ltd., London and Melb. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER VII. A Compact. Gilray pressed a litle closer to the two women, he was anxious to hear what was passing between them. He war. &lt; doing now what he would have scoriied 10 do a year or so ago. , His uebtr, and his desperate troudies v. ere sapping the moral fibre of the man. He was so nervously eager to get to the bottom of this mystery that his gen tlemanly instincts were crushed out. Apparently he stood raptly contem plating one of the pictures on the wall. Ever and again words came to him, but he could make very little of them! Then he started. Ninon Desterre was talking. Just for a moment she seemed to forget herself for her voice was raised eager ly "Your esteemed father will never have enough," she explained. "It isi a growing disease, this money-malting. He told me that when he had made a million . . . more than that w...
BOAXING THE SENATORS. The Story of a Practical Joke. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
HOAXING THE SENATORS. The Story of a Practical Joke. An amusing practical joke has just been played upon French members of Parliament by a Parisian journalist. Every Deputy or Senator is glad of an opportunity to bring his name be fore the notice of his constituents and no method is simpler than that ol subscribing for the erection of n sta tue to some dead and gone French ce lebrity who is in danger of being for gotten. Knowing this, says the "Times " cor respondent, a clever newspaper man invented a fictitious personage named Hegesippe Simon. Then he sent i printed circular to over a hundred De puties., in^itinfj them to become hon orary members-oi'-tti-e comtrutte-j which was being organised to celebrate the centenary of the illustrious Hege slppo. For the benefit of those who might have forgotten this literary giant, he added a quotation from his works, "When the sun arises, the darkness vanishes away." The Deputies, who were unwilling to admit ignorance of the great man or to l...
CHAPTER IX. Along the Road. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 22 August 1914
CHAPTER IX. Along the Road. It was do no rashly and on the spur of the moment. Exactly what he was | dl.s.cover GiIray had not the ' f, notion. It seemed a ridicul- ' ous tiling for a prominent I-Iarlev-st specialist .to be setting out on a wild, midnight adventure like this with no ogical excuse, and no notion where the escapade might lend him. Madam.> ?,?? ha(^ annoyed and piqued him. wift ,i - ®po,c&lt;;" of. h«s private affairs with thinly-veiled insolence, and she Had, moreover, threatened him. Who was this giddy, glittering society but terfly who ventured to pit her wits against his? He would show her that this sort of thing wafi not to be toler ated! Gilray's blood was up now, and he was determined to see the matter through. The more knowledge iie gained the better armed would he bo for the fray, if fray there was eventu ally to be. He had been warned to " . c,° "° further advances towards I Enid Harley—he had been threaten- | ea with serious consequences if ho m i...