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PREPARATION OF TALLOW FOR MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

I I PREPARATION OF TALLOW FOR MARKET. Cleanliness should be the predom inating feature in preparing tallow lor market. This is essential, in the .first place, to secure a good color, and j the l'at should not be allowed to go | rancid. The tallow should be stirred in the casks as it is poured in, as this will ensure a thorough mixing of the j oils and solids. Generally speaking, j it is customary to boil the fat for about six hours, and care has to be taken to avoid streaks of dust or dregs. The casks must be weighed ' before filling and the weight marked J on the head. Then, after filling it is necessary to mark the gross weight ' of cask and tallow, and also the brand 1 and number. It is always advisable I to use sound casks, either new or good secondhand, aud to see that all the hoops are tightly driven, also that nails are driven through the hoops. The custom of selling tallow by auction may not be well known. Samples are drawn in the selling brokers stores, and those of each lo...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Distriet News. SHYTHESDALE. DRUM and FIFE BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

DlSUiui s6W8. SMITHES DAI-E. DRUM AIS'D FIFE BAND. The monthly meeting of the J -»bo?8 was lielil in the band room on Thursday evening ; Band master CcaWs yitsidirg. Fturnewmcm Ijers were elected, and two were struck off the roll. The Beerc-tary a-^pt E-ti.d that the band waa working 3iard to bring its members to a high status by Christ mas. The majirity citizens, too, were behind the 3;and and were ever ready to assist the member?. Cclrr sergt. Leslie jHoward had been taken into the ownership of the band, and the sec retary hoped he would work hand in han<? with the promoters to make the band a successful musical insti tution. The bandmaster then pre sented Color-scrgt. Howard with a 2rett!e-drum. The members subse quently adjourned to Color-sergt, .Howard's rcsit'ence, where an en joyable evening was spent.

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. Work in England. Described by a Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

BARLEY EXPERIMENTS. Work in England. □ escribed by a Visitor. Interesting and important research es iu connection with the breeding ol barley have been carried 011 in Eng land tor many years, with notable re sults. Mr. A. S. Heaven, who is coil. ducting the experiments, was one 01 the visitors to these parts to the ses sions of the British Science Associa tion. lie stated that he be^'in his investi gations in 1S!)2, in conjunction with >Jr. J. M. 11. Mitnro, who then was as sociated with the College of Agricul ture at Downton, one of the earliest agricultural colleges established in bnglaud. He also worked in conjunc tion with the Iiotiiamstead Agricul tural Station, which was established to decide the factors that affected the quality of barley. Later on, with Pro fessor Biffen, of Cambridge, he con uucted researches into problems deal , ing with plant-breeding, especially ■ with a view to selecting and breeding i more productive races of cereals, i While he was engaged in this ...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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RECOVERY OF MONEY WORKMAN SUES PUBLICAN. BENALLA. Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

RECOVERY 0? MONEY V\V)i;K:\i A_\ Sl'KS I'UP/LICAN. lll'XAf.I.A. Thursdnv. At Hie Court today, Auilrev Andcr-on, who v.vs cir.;>]!,;. :\I on the con st rm-fioM <>!' I lie Talonjj lisrcd ftieh iii <1 « Jicci'nwny. a partner in the Hallway hotel wilh Fn-<ik Nixon, io rwover .Clff, money received. Tin* ovi'l«'iic»' of Ander son and a mate named Kwapitz showed that. they came to the hotel on 1st July* After a ciTonsa] on 1th July. Andersoff dvi'w I'M from tho hank aiul srave it Xx$ ("Jreenaway to mind for him. Greenawaj denied that the J£!0 was ever handed to him. Mr Beaven, P.M., said he believed the evidence for the complainant, wliicfc appeared to bo honest and true. made an order for JB10, defendant to page *£G/17/G costs.

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SUCCESSFUL DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

' SUCCESSFUL DAIRYING. I • According to Mr. P. C. Lucas, an ex perienced dairy farmer, the three fundamentals to successful dairying are the man, the herd and the farm. Anyone who does but even a meagre uuount of travelling, and does this small amount with open eyes, is at once impressed with the signs of pros perity upon entering a dairy section. >And upon closer inspection of the farms in that section he must ba im pressed with the varying degrees of prosperity, many of the dairymen se curing a greater return from a small herd llvan a majority of the others se cure from large and apparently equal iv good herds. And for all this there is ample reason. Still closer inspection will always show a lack of one or more of the three fundamental factors making for success 111 dairying—either the man, the herd or the farm. J hey are the three links which determine success. The P/Ian. if I were to name the all in al! im portant item 011 the dairy farm, it would unquestionably be the dairy...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Heroic But Effectual. "Doctor," said the young ni 111 about town, "1 want you to tell me what to do to cure myself of sniok ing. I've sworn off a dozen times, but it docs 110 good. I'm a nervous wreck." . "Why do you come to me for au vice, young chap? The only way ij stop smoking is to give it up, am: you can't do that. You lack the wii! power." "Think so?" "I know it. I.'ll bet you live pounds on it—and leave it to you." "It's a bet. doc. Good 'morning.'' "Good morning." 1 Several months later:— "Doc. I've come to break it to you gently that you don't know it all. 1 have cured myself of the habit of smoking." "Sure of that?" "Absolutely. I haven't smoked n cigar, pipe, or cigarette in three months. I've lost all desire for the weed.'' "That's good!" "Yes; and you owe me just tiv? pounds. Remember our littie wager?" "1 do. You win. But my bill is live guineas. You owe me live shil lings, young chap. . . . Thanks. Good morning." "I presume yon carry a memento of some sort in that lo...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

II Is Sail That; shearing has started at Barnnah Pliins and The Meado.ws Stations, and Wnrrook, Warram bine, and Wurrook South are just about ready to begin operations. The clip gives promise of being well up to the usual standard. That splendid refreshing rains have fallen over the district during the past few days. The crops will be greatly benefitted. That a comet is to be seen in the south-eastern sky. That the Federal Parliament will be called together on Sth October. The Primo Minister says the session will be a long one. Tho speech of the Governor-General is to forecast a session of useful legislation, It is generally expected that a Tarifl: Bill will be introduced during the ses sion. That the Old Boys and Girls of Searsdale will assemble on 9th Oc tober and that they will bo lavishly treated by tho president, Mr Ohas. Walker, on the following day. That the destruction by fire of Mr C. Pender's residence at_Scaisdale was averted on Monday evening. The curtains of the dining-...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Pitfield Banner PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MRNING.. [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, SEPTEMBR 26, 1914 FIRST AID SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

l'<Tlt|,ltilIKJI EVEhY 3ATUHDAV M05tN 1 NI. [Registered at the Genera! Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by poal a Newspaper.] Saturday, Skptemueu 20, 191-1 rn:sT atd social. At a meeting of representatives of (lie lierringa Ambulance Society and 1he ladies of the First Aid Class, it was re solved to hold a social and dance on (itli October, at which tho certificates recent ly acquired by examination of the La dies First Aid Class will bo presented. rOT/ICK COURT. At the ISerringa l'olice Court on Thursday. Mc.-srs .T. O'Donnell and S. Station, .1.1'., occupying the bench, three stage carriage licences were issued to II. Sharp. A ("children's Court was sub sequently held, and an adjourned case listed. After tho Bench had heard a re port by Const Ward, the case was struck out. BOYS' BAXD. Although the rain 011 Saturday meant a great benefit to the cauirtry, it materially interfered with the attendance at the fancy dress football match held on Satur day afternoon in t...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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WILLIAM'S FANCY MINE PROMISING OUTLOOK. SPECIAL MACHINERY TO BE INSTALLED. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

WILLiflM'S FANCY MINE OUTLOOK. SLMX I.U, MACIIIXJCIIY TO JJE I.\'3T.\U.E1). Vroparations are in ]>r rcs.-^ to mafc* o.\t°n>iv? alterations to tho phiut at tlur Willuun's Fancy mine. When those huvft lieui oomph-ted it will mean that during; I he pie~»t*t11* year has Ivm spent w aequiiij^; up-to-dat** machinosy to cop* witli t'ne demands i^sriitial to tho .iuceess ful eanyinjj <>u 01' tho mim*. Since the or' the year a hi^'h-prcssure I;or— lei- and air-compressor have hr-eu install— id, anil tl:i' managrna jit aiv now j)r«'p;;r— in** {<» put into position a hi.M-motioa.. \%ii»(!ti;oi:11»t>, which has been ptuchaMJtl !':<Wi 111^ Now Imperial f'ompauy, an<£ was made to order for tU^- South (jUmiifia Company by tlu Phoenix Foundry Coiil— pan.y at Knllarat, This <-!:jriuo lias; a pair' ot sixteen^ with a 3 feel b* inches stroke^ it li;** born apparent of Iaio that, as tlior idiait i* deepened, the |>ri»^Liut. windi...

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MUNICIPAL AMALCAMATION SMYTHESDALE AND SCARSDALE. AGREED TO AS A LAST RESORT. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

MUNICIPAL AMALGAMATION S.UYTIIESDALE AND SCAUSDALE. AtlliEED TO AS A LAST RESORT. Pcpresentativcs of the Scrxr.sdale and Smythcsdalo Borough Councils met in conference on Monday evening at the Scarsdule Town H a 11 to diseue** the q wes tion of amalgamation of the two boiouglu in the event of the provisions contained in the Local Government Bill becoming law. Mr J. Chatham, M.L.A., ami a number of rat/jSiycrs, as well as the fol lowing councillors, wero present:—Scars dnlo Koiougli: Crs J. Daniels (.Mayor). S. Station, A- A. Edgar, V. M. Aisbctt, 1{. Louden, I). Crosthwaite, II. Sliarp, .1. Wilkinson, and C. Pender (Town Clerki; Smyfhesda'o Borough: Crs M. M'Mctiumin (Mayor), C. A. 31. Ilarridge, \V. T. Wil liamson, ,f. Elder, II. Kirk, M. M'Cnrthv, If. Scarlc, L. Ueitze, ami \V. II. Hock ridge Clown Clerk). Mayor Daniels was voted to the chair, and he extended a welcome to Mr Cha tham ami the representatives of the bmytliesdalo Council. He pointed out that the main object of the me...

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BALLARAT HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

DA IXAlvAT H0I!5B MARKET. Coghlan, Boase, ami uo. report: — offered at auction at ouv yards th' 91 horses, 73 cattle, 339 pigs. 1 Only fair supplies cunic forward for week's market owing to the lion-jirri of'four trucks of horses from tile Wi mcra and North. The trucks in these instances were commandeered by buyers of houses fur the Expeditionary Forces. The yarding consist™; of a few good heavy and medium draught mares, but geldings in these classes are scarce; active delivery horses, light harness sorts, and ponies." The majority of the horses for ward came from local farmers, together with a large entry of City and Town animals. Our lmyer was in attendance all day for the purpose of buying light Jiorsrs suitable for remounts, the order fur heavy transports l;,'ing_ filled. but lie win only successful in obtaining 1- head. Competition for " all classes of draught stock lacked animation owing to the continued dry weather, bat we have en quiry for good ponies, anil a few unbroken so...

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BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

B'ALLAHAT WHOLESALE DAIRY i'RODUCE AIAltJsJiT. Tmtreuny. T. J. Lawless and Co. (late M urcgor Bi'os.) report:—Butter; 1111110 factory prints, Hid; lump, lid; dairy, Od; separa tor, ltt.'.d to lid. J:SSS. »<>• I'i'COl'; Sides, 10d to lid; middles, 1/; liam, 1/. Lard, 8kl. Honey, 3i<l to 3\d. Cheese, 8'.d to Od. ■ l'liillips and Chamberlain report: — Butter: Prime factory prints, lljd; luipp, lid; separator, ' lOd; dairy, Sd; E-k< Od Bacon: Sides, lid; middles, if; ham, 1/. Lard, Sid. Cheese 8Jd. Onions: Brown Spanish, J:10 to aril. J. o tatoes, <£3/15/ to XxjlOj

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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A SPLENDID FOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

A SPLENDID FOOL. i By Ian Grosvenor. It was the sound o£ a woman's sob which first attracted Carteris's atten tion to the girl's slender iigure. lean ing against a foul buttress o£ tlio slum's archway, blotted against the un speakable'dirt of its crumbling mason ry, she crouched, wen It, apparently on the verge ol' unconsciousness. Hesitatingly, the young surgeon halted on the mud-bespattered kerb, looking half-curiously at the limp, pa thctic figure. Transitorily, he believed her drunk, like many another he had passed that Saturday night during his careful threading of those noisome purlieus, then curiosity made him make a closer inspection of the girlish form. Flinging the butt of his cigar in the mud, lie stepped to her side, his face setting grimly, as by the flickering light of a distant gas jet he read the tragedy of poverty street in the white leatuies of his strangely-met com panion. Starvation peered out at liiui t'rom every line of a face lovoiy in j spite of its awe-inspi...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Business' Notices. The Best^Place FOR ENLARGEMENTS. Our Enlargements are as beatiful as the rest of our work. We will make enlargements from any photo graphs—no matter how old or faded —imd guarantee satisfaction. "Write us to-day, Size of Size of Enlargement. Mount. Price. 12x33 20 x 1G 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 lis for their Bridal Portraits it is safe to assume that our work ap peals to tliem, therefore, the Bride who desires a lifetime of satisfaction from her Bridal Portrait should nuke an ap pointment with us without delay. Two Positions Taken. Two Proofs Submitted. Studio and Dressing Rooms Heated During Winter^ OPEN SATURDAY AFTERNO ,'N. RICHARDS & GO. World-Famed PHOTOG11A PH BRS STURT STREET, BAIjLARAT. •T. C. DEARDEU, Proprietor. fodder Seeds^H3 SMITH'S 'SEliHS are sold on honor. -Try tlicm. Q©o- & mat fx > SEED IMPORTER, B ALLAH AT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Amusements. Trophies and Amateur Riders. SoKewooa Junction District Races. To bo held 011 Rokewood Junction Course Saturday, Oct. 17. Proceeds in aid of Belgian Patriotic Fund. A SPECIAL TRAIN will run from Ballavat to the Course, stopping at all Stations en route and returning at night. £25 in Prizes. To bo given day of Races. Berringa Keys' Brass Band will render feeleetions during tlie Afternoon. I'KOI.IEAOi:. To start punctually at 2 o'clock. 1. TRIAL HANDICAP, 5 furlongs. First, Trophy £5. Nomination 5s. For horses that have ncvor won more than £7 in any one race. 2. HANDICAP NOVELTY PONY EACE, 14.2 a.u., 4 furlongs. First,. Trophy £4. 10 yards to every inch under 14.2 allowed. Nom."4s. 3. HANDICAP TROT, V/> miles. First, Trophy £3. Horses to carry list; ponies 9st. Nora. 3s. Post entry. 4. PATRIOTIC HANDICAP, 1 mile. First, Trophy £7. Nom. 7s 6d. 5. HACK RACE, 5 furlongs. First, Trophy £2. Hacks to be approved of by stewards. Nom. 3s. Post entry. C. FLYING HANDICAP, (i furl...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BALLARAT STORF AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

iullaiut stout-' a\t> dairy c'ATTr.u iiaukkt. Coghlan. lionsc. mid (.'o. report: — A ifot3tl supply forward, comprising ;i fp»- , fill ami beefy cows, 2 to 3-year-old steers, young cattle, .'-tore cows, and liulls. Supplies came principally from Iho Wimmera ant! Dip .North. i'iie ma joritv of the yarding carrying fail- (•■au dition. There was a large attendance of buyers, including a fail' number of the ti.'iik'. .Ml Ijfd'y stock met \ri(h firm competition. and good prices ruled; but for. s:;;tu pisHlfc huvers act;d wifh !*rcat can lion owing to tlio coat inued dry Jtei1. and for these- classes low prices liad lo be accepted to effect sales, lieel'.v to prime cows: Xo heavy-weights pen ncd. .S3,10/ to ,£5 to JkO; 3-year-old steers,' ' carrying condition. .£3/14/ to .£3/15/. to .£4/14;; 3-year-old heifers, do, .£3 to ,£3 14/. Milkers: Only a few medium sorts forward, which Mild from .f-l-.'10/ to .tG. Forward springers, from .£4/1(1/; spring hi? heifers, from ,£2/1 (>/. liulls,...

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Why He Hated War. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Why He Hated War. "War," cricd the old gentleman in the Pugsbury Arms smoking room, "is a curse and a disgrac:. War," lie continued, thumping the table with his list, "is an abomina tion and a blot on civilisation! The very name of 'war," lie shouted, sweeping two glasses and a pijit pot oil the board in his excitement—"the very name of war is enough to make a decent, respectable man go and 'ang hissclf out of pure disgust!" Having thus delivered himself, lie rose and left the room, his line old face showing signs of strong emo tion. "Gentleman seems to feel rather deeply on the subject," said a com mercial traveller, who had been listening to his remarks. "He do," assented one of the natives. "Has he lost some near relative through the Avar?'' inquired the commercial. "He 'ave," replied the other, oracu larly. "Who was it?" asked the querist. "'Is wife's first husband!" was the reply.- .

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The Road Hog. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

The Road Hog. They were going along the public highway at a leisurely rate of -10 miles per hour, when a decrepit hen ami rooster started to do the chicken •specialty—cross the road. The front and hind wheels on the right side struck the poor, old, stiff jointed rooster amidships, and with one squawk he succumbed. Immedi ately the man at the wheel started to slow down, and to look about for a place to turn. iiis solicitous wife turned to her seat-mate and said: "Isn't that just like his tender heart? He won't be satisfied unless he goes back and set tles for that rooster. lie just can't bear to feel he has injured anyoue or anything." Then, louder, to her husband, she said: "George, remember that ap pointment. Wo haven't any time to go back for anything." Glancing at the clock near his feet and at the speedometer near by, he sighed and said: "You're right, Jen nie; but I just know if I had turned back 1 would have killed that old hen just as easy as I did the rooster!"

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Evened Up. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Evened Up. iictore I agree to undertake your defence," said the eminent criminal lawyer who had been called in, "you will have to be perfectly frank with mc and tell me the whole truth. Did you embezzle the twenty thousand pounds you are accused of having taken?" "Yes, sir," replied the accused man. "I'll not attempt to conceal the fact from you. I stole every penny of it." "How much of it have you still?" "It's all gone but about a couple of guineas." "Young man," said the eminent lawyer, buttoning his coat about him and putting 011 his gloves, "you d better plead guilty and throw your self on the mercy of the Court." "I'll do it if you say so, sir. What are you going to charge me for the advice?" "Two guineas." It takes a good deal of grief to kill a woman after she has .got a dia mond necklace.

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Why He Played It. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 26 September 1914

Why He Played It. Some years ago the Oldham Ama teurs were producing one of Han del's oratorios, under tile personal tuition and conductorship of the lace Charles Halle. Among the orchestra was the famous and gigantic bassoon player, George Seel, of Ashton under-Lyne. At the final rehearsal 1-lalle went to George and, indicat ing'several bars for the bassoon, told him not to play them on the nignt of the performance. George was in wardly boiling with indignation, but said nothing. On the night of the performance George played the banned music. When the affair was over HaHe went up to Seel in a great rage, and, pointing to the notes, said:— "I told you to leave that out, didn't I?" "Aye, you did,"' said George, "but Handel towd me to put it in, and he were a better judge than you!"

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