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HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OF POLICE SERGEANT [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

HIS OWN SON DISCOVERY OF POLICE SERGEANT Station Sergeant William Alfred Jones gave evidence at the Wands worth Coroner's Court yesterday (says "Tlie Daily Express" of December at the inquest on his little son, James Alfred Jones, aged eight, and told a pathetic story of the way he learned of the tragedy. Ho was on duty at Tooting Poiicc Station when a hoy came to him, and said a little hoy had been run over by a motor-trailer in Miteham road. He told the reserve man to go and see what it was. Shortly afterwards a policeman brought the body to the statfion, and the driver and two boy witnesses, from whom he took statements, came Into the charge room. "1 obtaine'd a description for circu lation round the stations." said the sergeant. "I read it, and thought it was like my little Jimmy. I then went to the parade. I turned the cover back and found it was my son." The boy had been running between tho engine and the trailer, and the coroner commented on the difficulty of intervening in s...

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 — 14 March 1914

J. T.MORRIS, Shoes & Boots. Distinctive Style Durable Quality f Constant Comfort Moderate Prices Are Features of Our NEW WINTER FOOTWEAR 306 STURT STREET. ('Phone 579) (Right next Tunbridge's New Furniture Arcado)

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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CHAPTER XIII. Netta Recovers. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

CHAPTER XIII. Netta Recovers. Before Gwendolen, in her assumed character ot a gipsy fortune-teller, left the fainting Netta in iier little drawing-room in Heath Villa, s' e mng the electric 'bell—and had barely closed the front door of the little house upon herself before it was an swered by the eager Annie, who had waited impatiently to hear her young mistress's experiences with "the Queen of the Gipsies," as the cook de clared she must be. Annie, hurrying in, Mushed with e.\ I citenient, looked around in astonish ment, for there seemed to be ne'thcr | Miss Sa.vcrs nor tile mysterious gipsy i woman in the room. Then she saw her mistress lying in a heap on the floor, and gave a shriek which brought the buxom, wall-eyed cook hurrying in. "There, now! 1 said it would be!" panted the cook, as she assisted An nie to lift the unconscious Netta upon the couch. "1 knew as 'ow thai bless ed queen was a-keepiii' of facts for'or. It's all 'or! The cat—cat Wot was it she called it; The catafal...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XII. A Web of Intrigues. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

The Great Montamor 0aee. By ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "Tlie Knave of Hearts,'' CHAPTER XII. A Web of Intrigues. As Gwendolen remained staring at that ring—speechless—the girl '.urned paler and paler; at least, her illy whiteness assumed a Iividity which to anyone who loved her would uave been alarming. Why, she wns wondering, why had this gipsy woman—for she was com pletely unsuspicious that the fortune teller was a lady, masquerading— seemed panic-struck when she looked at her hand? Was the awful story of the last year graven on her paim in those . intricate lines which she had often examined, with speculation as tr> their real import? ' •'What is wrong with my hand 7°' she utmost' wailed. Gwendolen came lo herself with a start. In an instant she had summoned her Belt-possession. She shook her head doubtfully. "You must remove that ring—yo;ir be trothal ring, madam, is it not?—before I can read your future," she said, re suming her chanting tones and for eign accent. "That ri...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PLOT TO BREAK PRISON [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

PLOT TO BREAK PRISON Sensational stories were current in tlie week ot an alleged plot to rescue Stinie Morrison from Parkhurst Prison, where he is serving a life sentence for the murder of Leon Beron on Clapham Common (states Lloyd's News. Novem ber 30). A stranger with a foreign accent is said to have intercepted one of the patrols outside the gaol, and to have inquired about Morrison's health and the position of his cell. The conversa tion was overheard by a superior offi cer on the other side of a hedge, and a report has been sent to the Home Office, while the night patrol outside 'the pris on has been doubled. Another story was that two warders saw Morrison put something into his mouth. It was seized, and was found to be a piece of chewod-up paper. Mor rison was promptly removed to another cell, and when the cell ho had pre viously occupied was searched, pieces of brown paper were found, on which, it is stated, details were written of an elaborate plot to blow up a wall of the p...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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LAUDER IN PULPIT STORY OF "WEE PIT PONY" [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

LAUDER IN PULPIT KTOItY OF "WEE PIT PONY" Mr. Harry Lauder appeared in the I pulpit at the Anorley Congregational I Church, s.K., yesterday afternoon, and obtained ah enthusiastic reception from a crowded congregation at a men's "open" meeting. it was a case of "house full" (says the "Daily News" oC October 24). The famous comedian spoke on his pet subject, the treatment of pit ponies, and gave his audience a little personal history, dating buck to the days when, as a lad, lie drove a pony In a pit. Tils pony was a black one, with a long, shaggy mane. "Captain" was his name, and he was "a wee pony for work." One day, when Lauder was seated in the "hutch" which the pony was draw ing, the animal suddenly stopped and wheeled round, and immediately after wards several hundred tons of rock fell from the roof on to the spot where he would have been had the animal continued on its way. "It was through the pit pony that I am here to-day," he said, "and that is why the pit pony will always h...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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CARICATURES WILL DYSON'S PLAINT [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

CARICATURES WILL DYSON'S PLAINT .Mr Will Dyson, the cartoonist of "The Daily Ilor;ilil"—some of whoso cartoons :ire the most vitriolic ap pearing in any paper—has made a plea for the liberation of our carica turists from the uncongenial task of I being eternally bright and optimistic concerning the personal appearances of our Great Men. (says "Public Opi nion"). This was the text of a lecture deliv I ered by liim to the Cambridge Univer sity Fabians:— Caricature is an art possible only in the higher reaches of civilisation in \Vliich the horridest arbitrament of the tribal club no longer obtains. . . . CLOSE SEASON FOR CA UK 'ATI ' 11 1STS There is, of course, now an almost permanent close season Tor the pro tection of the caricaturist. He is not to-day discouraged with stone axes, but he is still far from knowing the amount of liberty and veneration due to his high olllce. Indeed, to-day the uncomely Great, fearful of the Evil Eye of the caricaturist, are able tn prevent the carica...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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BALLARAT STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

raj-lakat stokj: and daikjt cattle alakivkt. Frwlav. (.'<iKw ami l'ulliiiit rt'[K)r(Cultltc tioc.tf viiriliirp, iiu'ludiiiR 120 ina.l from the St. \nunn] ilistrirf, iMmpn-in;; .-(i-crs aoiK. iu'ifiTh. 18 months to 31 ji;ns tilil, nn<! x I'l'W cowl (listrift lines <»t fiirunril condi tion to f;il rows, ilnirv hi'ifi'is, uiitvcsi. ami biills ivt'ii" ;iIm> forward. Springers: Hrst l'oriviiril spriiiRi.Ts ;in*' srari'r, iiikT thiis-o yiinU'il invt an twii-.x kviiU talo at' IiiKlier I. trices. Oin' iiiiv row* made XT 17,/R: others. to to: tjood heiferz** iirt* seilim: readily from Xl'Ui] to ,£5 Milker.**: Kiiir supplies forward, incliirfizuf w few mee imws. (\>mpetitM>n was spirit ed for the best. at higher prices; one nicest row tnnde *£9/10/; others, to .27. Stores rattle: Notwithstanding the contiuur*C dry weather there was a firm il^rrianel fair :\\\ clashes of store entile, anil good steer** had an especially hrisk sale, selling jifc ro» val...

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CHEAPENING CABLE RATES INIFORM NATURALISATION LAW [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

CHEAPENING CABLE RATES jnifohm naturalisation law Mr Herbert Samuel, the Postmaster General, was the principal speaker at the annual meeting of the British Um pire League, held yesterday afternom at tlie Mansion House (atnton "T.'ie Daily News," December IS). In the course of Ills speech Mr ■Samuel said Unit one measure whi h had long been proposed by the Brill :h Empire League was now being brought Into fruition. He referred to the ap proximation of a uniform naturalifa tion for ail subjects of the British Em pire—the enactment of the law whi -h should provide with respect to naturali sation that a mamwho is a eltizen<*in where in the British Empire should ;>e a citizen everywhere in the British Um pire. With the approval of the Colonial Ho> letary (Mr Harcourt) he was able to inform them that the long consultations which had taken place bttween the Im perial Government and the Dominion Governments on this subject had now been completed, ant] that a Hill, which wou...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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C[?] [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

c> The Dun lop ttuober Company states tlut there is every ►'videnc^ of a k*en contest for the £L00 first pri«n to be awarded the Austral-' asiun Club team which establishes* fastest lime on the road for a 10> miles relay Despatch Ride. -A." crack Sydney team. representing the Granville League Club intend# making n eaily attempt to ijett-r the existing record, viz. 4 hrs. 2-i tuitis. !.'S 2/.> s«cs., standing to thr> credit of the Coburg Club, Mel bourne. The Batiiuist Cycling Clo*» (N.S.W.), which has reo/r.led (hint b"St time up to date (Ihrs. 40 mins. 22 sees ), also intends making a fur ther effort Co reduce the leadiug* team's time. All club teams of ten ridt i-.s covn-in^ the "■ century" i:& a hours, will receive time medal lions. Tiie competition closes ol April ii.Hh. ,

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GETTING MARRIED QUIETLY NEW IDEAS IN WEDDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

j GETTING MARRIED QUIETLY NKW 1DIC AS IN WKDDIXG.S. Simplicity is to l>e the note struck in weddings taking place during 1914 (says "The Daily News :iml Lender"). Few "bis" ceremonies, such ;is in past years, will lie seen. Society brides and grooms are now all anxious to set married as quietly as possible, and with a minimum ot fuss. It will be noticed at all the really smart weddings this year that fewer guests, will be present at the church, and that the number of brides maids and train-bearers will be very much curtailed. RECEPTION BEFORE TIIB WED DING. The giving of wedding presents, of course, will be as popular as ever, and so that all the relatives and friends of the happy coupie may see these gifts a reception will lie held at the. bride's residence on the evening before tile wedding day. But after , with one or two near relatives, will return to the house to witness the de parture of the newly-wedded couple for their honeymoon. It is not on the count of expense that the...

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ROYAL HANDSHAKES KING DECORATES BRAVE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

ROYAL HANDSHAKES KING DECORATES liR.YVE HEX. No more pleasurable duty falls to King George's lot than that of confer ring decorations on those of his sub jects who have distinguished themselves by heroic deeds. He was again so occu pied on Tuesday at Buckingham Palace (says "Lloyd's Weekly," of De cember 21). For a very brave act the Albert Medal of the First Class was awarded to Henry Frederick Ewington. On July 1 a fitter on tlie Metropolitan Railway fell on a live electric rail at Aidersgate street station. He was unable to re lease himself, and his'leg wns being badly burned. The stationmaster shouted for a porter to fetch the In sulating rubber gloves, but while these were being fetched a train entered the station 011 the same line. Ewington jumped on to the perman ent way and pulled the man's leg clear of the rail, though he received several shocks in doing so. and got the man be tween the two sets of rails. The danger was increased b.v the fact that another train was approach...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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Sporting. RACES AT ROKEWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

Sporttna. RACES AT KOKI3WOOD. fjop.d pntrips have bwpn receive*) for the picnic race meeting to hp held on Tuesday npxr in aid of the Rokewood Mechanics' Instil nte, and a good day's sjv v ia assured. The programme will l>^ ont> r<d up on at l..'!0 p.m. ITani.icapa :— IIW.UICAI* llltDSSl STERI»I,E. S jumps. About 2 miles. First, trophy £5; second, It's. st. lb. A. Noble's BARRY BOY" - - 11 7 C. .lames'ZALTOP - - - 10 7 J. Callaglmn's MACK • - - 10 7 E. Russell's GOLDTICKER - 10 0 A. Robertson's THRRIKIER - 10 8 I Wilson's BIG BILL - - - 10 0 J. Taylor's DENMARK - - 10 0 ItOKKWODI) IIi\I)IO»l\ About 1 mile. First, trophy £5; se cond, trophy £1. D. Poynton's AKIM fOO - - 12 0 A. Noble's BARRY BOY - - 1(1 12 D. Hall's THE TRAWLER- - 10 9 J. Canadian's MACK - - - 10 2 D. Povnton's LADY MANA - 10 2 C. .lames' ZALTOP - - - 9 12 R. Bell's HARRY LAUDER - 9 12 OI'KV IIAXOH'i '* TKOT. About- 1 mile and a half. Trophy £3. Horses to carry list.: ponies, 14.2 a.u., 9st. ~ W. Woo...

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VETERAN SHIRE OFFICER PRESENTATION TO MR C. A. WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

VETERAN SHIRE OFFICER rHESENTATION TO Mil C A. WILSON'. Durtnjf (ho course of the IVigh Shire Council meeting on Wednesday. the Pre sident (Cr ,\r. N. remarked that the Council had :i pleasaut duty to per form—to make f lit) present at ion of an il luminated address to their veteran Shire Secretary. w'lio had Held otilco for over liall' a ccntnry. He asked Cr UiUsoii to make the. jiro-soiitntion. O tiihsun said t lint nothing fjaTO him urealer pleasure than to make the Jitv scntation of tlio address to Mr C. A. WiKon. When matters _1iad been "ti tled ii|> in connection with the m:rat complimentary hani|iich tendered Mr Wilson. sufficient money was left oil hand to obtain an illuminated address, and. on bi'lialf of the Council, tin* rate payers. and his many friends*, lift bad much pleasure in handing over lilt" ad dress. They all recognised Chat in Mr Wilson tlie.v had a most faithful and con scientious officer—:m offior_ who had mil up a record in municipal life by holding the p...

Publication Title: Pitfield Banner And Hollybush Times
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It Is Said. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

II Is Saio. That glorious rain fell over the district oil Thursday and just caino ire tlvri nick of time to save a water famine. That MrT. H. Wilkinson hrjs promise:! <o give a paper at the next meeting; o£ the Berringa A.N.A. That (hiring tin; absence of ConstaMtr , Crimmins on holidays, relief duty is beincf performed by Constable Sullivan. That Mr Brosnan, senr., of Scarsdai-v is a boshter at laying out a. tennis courK. That tho main item of talk amongst thit youngsters is tho combined schools* ein cursion to Geelong on Tlmrsday next. That the Berrin;:a Prospecting AssocKif tion has got a good swing on; the Fancy is on a more solid footing than ever; aniC tilt' Tunnel is getting a wriggle on in pro wising auriferous country. That Mr Grigg. of Linton, had hitlegp: badly crushed owing to a waggon run ning over it. That Senator Russell is going to vfeait: Kokewood on J 1th May to deliver an ad dress. That long Peter, of Kokewood, ware nearly the cause of illuminating the ...

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LOCAL RAILWAY RATES BOLSTERING UP CENTRALISATION. PROTEST BY LEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

LOG\L RAILWAY RATES 1I0LSTEIMNG UP CUiiY TliALISATION. 1'UOTKST Hi' MliUll Sllll.'t) COUNCIL. At the meeting ol the Leigh Slum Council Cr Gibson states! l'hat u monster meeting was to be held ut l.isiuore oII. Friday lo protest ajaiust local rates im' posed through the construction of nevr railways. Jkplics had been received that 3W> farmers and others interestea would be present, and ho eonsiderwt Leigh Shire Council should he rep«seut ed at a deputation to wait on tlie Minis-' ter ol' liailways. Jle pointed out tliafc farmers as a wholo "were not cognisant ol w'liat local rating actually meant U* t hem. To work it out on a. hay-giowin;l basis, it would be found that it lneauo a tax of over V/ per aere. Although lit tle moro than 100 miles from the metro politan market, the farmers in the dw triet found that they were actually com peting with farmers still another HHf miles distant on the kuno basis. Wer neth and KokewiHNl tanners bail tt> pay three Diiiijiit'im rates oil all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

Business Aotices. 213 =313 BE SURE of the NUMBER. 213 It PAYS to be sure of a number—it avoids annoy ance, chance of disappointment, and ASSURES SATISFACTION. It will certainly pay you to carefully note that Number 213 Sturt Street Is the NEW ADDRESS of W. E. Thomas' New Dental Parlors. Now M VELE NO MISTAKE when you sot out on your visit. YOU cai-'t afford to make mistakes when your teeth are at stake—no one can ! You'll find fchero is only one N 'IU 111 2 13 }" 5 PURT ST and it is clearly shown in largo figures. Exactly 3 Doors Below City Hall AY. E. Thomas guarantees absolutely painless extractions and a perfect fitting set of teeth of the highest order procurable in any part of the world for the small amount of £3s 3s. ' Call to-<lay. REMEMBER THE .NUMBER—213. Open Fridays till 0 p.m. Saturdays till 1 p.m. 1 'I'honc li)!). J. L. IHIHXGS, Representative. 213 =213 A Word to Farmers. o o o Ifyouhave'nt been getting satisfaction from your seeds—if they h.»ve'nt been as fr...

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IS CAGING CRUELTY? [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

IS CAGING CRUELTY? Mr Henry J. Fulljames, secretary of the Cage Birds League, writes to "The Express" as follows:— 'As my name Is luenUoned in your article of December 20 under the head ing "Xor Iron Bars a Cage?' 1 beg to be allowed to say a few words in reply. In the article in question, as well as in the report of the interview with your representative, it is imputed to me that 1 deny to birds the power of thought, and you proceed to disagree with the suggestion. What I said in the interview was that birds are doubt less able to remember In some degree, but. as we ourselves understand the powers of recollection and anticipation, they have very little of the one and none of the other, and this is a some what different way of putting it. "I have under my immediate notice at the present time the case of two cock nightingales. One of these was caught in a suburban garden in the middle of last April. 1 nm not so foolish as to suggest that it liked being taken from liberty and trans fe...

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Pitfield Banner. "HED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. [Registered at the General Post Office Melbourne, for transmission by post as a Newspaper.] SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

ihhh KVKllY ja'lUJtDAl MuKNJNC, L Regintered at tho (Jonera) Post Offict Melbourne, for tr:mrmin.m'on by post as a Xow8p:i|ier.l Saturday. March M, 1914. mutch <:< )u i;t. ItetoM. SKsmh W. C. Jluig and J. O'Don- , noli. .1.1 .-it Tuesday's Police Court, two j«uon(s \vern c!v> lged with failing to send J i". p 'n school, and fines of 3/1 JUKI 2/ 1't'S] HV! !Vel_V WCl'O im flOMXi. P.S.A. To-morrow a P.S.A. is announced to tako placc in the, Bcrringa. Recreation Reserve in aid of the Dallarat Hospital and Orplnmago. Tho proceedings will commonco by a procession of friendly societies, headed by the Boys' Brass Band, and later on addressess will be delivered by Parliamentary representa tives and others. A sacred concert will bo held in O'Furrell's Hall at night. ANGLICAN SOCIAL. A successful social, under tho auspices of the local Church of England, was held in the Presbyterian Hall on Thursday evening. Tho Rev. \V. E. Pugh was pre sent, and an enjoyablo evening ...

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MOSHUSH [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 14 March 1914

MOSHUSH (By A. M. Wilson, In "Westminster Gazette.") -1 am small and of no reputation." —Ps. cxix. 141. Moshush was about ten when first «c became aware of him. J'1""' nitUcr deaf, as his name imp lies, h. f fed, and never even half-clad. • lack of garments did not trouble him at nil. however, and in cold weatnei lie tlung an ancient sheep-skin over His brown shoulders, and fastened it across his eliest with a huge pin made (rum the spoke of an old uiubre.Ki. cleverly covered with beads. In sum mer the South African "herds start out at dawn, and spend the long ->la/. jng day iii the company or then browsing; beasts far from human habi tations. Their animals need little at tention, and the "herds" get together iind plav games after the manner oi hoys all" the world over. They arc adepts, too, at modelling wltn tn> soft clay found along the river beds. The ox, the sheep, and the goat ace reproduced in endless array. anil sometimes a horse with a rider on u nearly the size of his...

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