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GREATER THAN GOLD CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD; By L. T. MEADE, Author of I'Tho Soul of Margaret ,, . Rand," etc. Fublished by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER IV. Mrs. Bellairs waited anxiously for lier husband. She wanted to tell him what she had done, but at the same time she honestly dreaded imparting her news, for if there were an up right, steadfast, high-principled man, it was Peter Bellairs. He might not like her having written to the hotel to invite Mr. Kruger to lunch, and yet she could scarcely keep him in ig norance, for only by toiling liim could she get possession of the motor-car, which was to convey the worthy law yer to Sunnyside. In the afternoon a letter arrived from Ralph. He implored his mother to let him have £100 without delay. "1 have got into a little trpuble .oyer v bridge," he wrote, ''aiid must pay it at once. You'll manage, won't you, mums, dear, for you never failed a fellow yet" (No, and never shall," thought the mother....
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
CYCLING. In connection with highway im provement,. the Good1 lioads Asso ciation of. Victoria is entering upon a vigorous .campaign,; and will en deavor to enlist tho co-operation of similar bodies in other States to have this important matter brought before their respective Governments as well as the Federal Authorities, especially in the construction of In terbtate highways connecting the capitals as a part of the defence scheme. At a recent meeting the committee decided that during show week in Melbourne Good Roads Day will be observed, towards which the association will endeav our to interest all classes who are affected by the good ,or bad state of the roadways, and compel attention from the authorities, bo that the work t of road construction and maintenance may be accelerated.
FOX TERRIER MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
fox terrier match. I he Capo Clear Fox Terrier Club ran off- three terrier events on Satur day afternoon. A fair muster of dogs were present,' and exception ally strong .>abbits were liberated. The Maiden Poppy Stake/for fifteen months' dogs, was won by J. Burn's Champagne Charlie, A. Ebbles' Cyanide rupner-up. A £2 open stake was divided by J. O'Donnell's Sparkle and St. Pat. A sweepstake, with cash added, was won by M. Guthrie'slrish Lad, Cider second.
Sporting. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
sporiiqg. THE TURF. At the Derinallum race meeting oil Saturday Mr D. Poynton's Lady Mana won both the Trial Handicap and the Derinallum Cup. The pony was in great form. It is estimated that £10 will be available for both the Illubarook R.C. Chnrch committee and tho Rokewood Junction Mechanics' In stitute as a reBult of the recent race meeting. The question of making an efl'oit at lllabarook and Rokewood Junc tion in aid of the Ballarat Hospital is receiving consideration. It has been proposed to hold a race meet ing next month, and it is under stood that this suggestion will be adopted.
Scheme Interested Him. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
Scheme Interested Him. The "Black Hand" Society wrote a man a letter demanding that he put £1000 in a box at the corner of X and Z streets at nine o'clock on Fri day night, or they would blow up the beautiful home of his wife's mother. Instead of the money the man put a note in the box, "Nothing doing in the money line, but the scheme you suggest interests me." It is curious that a man and a girl Mio have found room in the same chair before they marry often find there is scarcely room for them in the same house after they are mar ried. Maude: "She's such a quiet little person that I'm surprised to hear she's wearing a diaphanous skirt." Edna: "Perhaps she believes in the old saying that little girls should be but not Jicard."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
MM1I WMM CURED of CHRONIC RHEUMATISM BY THE CONSISTENT . USE OF CLEMENTS Mr. FRRD. DIAMOND, J.P., of No. 6 Kosedalc Street, Petersham, whose declaration is here published, is oqc of the oldest and best-known press aKcuts of N.S.W. lie suffered from Rheumatism, and tried all manntrn. * : 5 of means to got back his health. All . -i tht-se failed until he tried thi>i blood- * £ purifvuts medicine. llo>\; long it took i a to rid his system.of.the poisons which « 2 caused his agonising pam- and tor- ? f is besj. U)!d in liis own words; . K | To CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., -' 5 " From May to . the end of October, r . r 1912, I suffered agonies with aente » | MUSCULAR RHEUMATISM. Ankles, : 3 knees, and shoulder joints were swollen. ; 9 and painful, with excruciating pains in . j 3 my back. I was in a wretched and ^ helpless condition, could scarcely stand, I completely lost appetite and sleep at night. 1 had the best medical . advice, Turkish and hot salt-water baths oat of number, and was ...
Commercial. BALLARAT LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
commercial. . —:o: ■ratxaiut livb stock mahket. Fat Cattle: 154 cattle were penned to day, only, an odd pen being priino quality. Thoro was a Rood attendance of buyers present, and competition was active values being firm at la.st week's best rates. Quotations: Prime pens bullocks, £14 to £15; good ix>itr\ .I'll to .£13; me dium, .£9 to A'lO; best cows, .£10 to -£11; ratra, .£12/5/ tr> 12/12/6. Averages: Mi A. .T. Simpson, Gazette Estate, I'entihurst, 10 bullocks. .£14/5/9; Mr \V. Thomson, Manifold, Purrumbeto, Oimpcrdown, 11 bullocks, .£12/17/9; Mr J. Righetti, Smwi ton, 10 bullocks, ill/3,'; Mr .T. Trouj), Ccghill's Creek, 10 cows, .£11/0.9. Calves: S3 itenned, best forward selling to .tC 17/6. Siii-ep: 3294 catue forward for to. •lay's pale, the majority lieing good qual ity, with a fair number of prime, balance useful sorts. The market opened to Rood oomi>etition. which was well con tinued throughout the sales, but last week's very extreme prices were not maintained, es...
Rokewood Farmers' Co-operative Company. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
SdKbv/doQ Farmers' co-opera tive company. The annual meeting,was lield on Wednesday evening, Mr G. H. Stanbrook presiding. Correspondence. From F. Westriem, Vveighbridge keetper, with list pf outstanding ac counts. , From W. T. Gunn. asking that the company take over the agency of the Yorkshire Insurance Company. —Received, From W. Station, stationmaster at Rokewood, asking for .higher re muneration for acting weighbridge keeper.—Raceived. . From C. W. Robertson, tendering ' his resignation as an auditor of the company"owing.to. letu-jn'g^'the dis trict.-^Kefc'eived with ■ regret. From W. C. Rowe, engineer, sup plying,price for annually painting the ironwork and adjusting weigh bridge.—Received. Finance. Accounts totalling £1") ;>s(>d were presented and passed for payment. The balance-sheet,read and adopt ee1, showed the position of the funds to be most satisfactory, and it was resolved that a dividend of 10s per share be declared. Reports. ' The manager (Mr J. M. R.outson) dr...
BALLARAT PIG MARKET. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
RAT.T.ARAT PIG MATCKET. &lt;~» . Wednesday. Coles and Pullum report:—A moderate supply forward, comprising a pood yard ing of bacon pips; only a small number of porkers and stores--, and a fair yarding of young pigs. We penned 3% liend. Baconers: Tliere Wilts a full attendance of curers, jind owing to supplies being within re quirement?. the demand was very brisk, mid higher prices were realised; nice pens, from 130 to 140 lb. being very dear; any thing not good enough, owing to the shor ter supplv. was very much bettor. Tho price of tW market was .£4/10/, made for Mi' .>. O'lioughlin; .£4/9/6, Mr I. Bon steail; MiiS/. Mr .1. Miller; .£4/8/6, llr W. Watson; .£4/7/6. Mr E. G. Austin; .£4/7/, Mr J. Guinane; .£4/7/, Mr J. White; .£4 &lt;J/G. .Mr Warren; .£4/01. Mr C. Fairbairii; -£4/5/6, Mr J. Flanagan; .£4/5/6, Mr A. Williams; n number, ,£3/15/ to JC4/4/6; others, .£3 to .£3/12.'. Choppers: boo&lt;l yarding, for which the demand was not at sill brisk, and pr...
JUBILEE CELEBRATIONS SCARSDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
JUBILEE CELEBFAT10NS ' * ! SCAliSDALE IHIESBYTEUIaH CHURCH. "Sjar*-dule 13 renowned as a gold-produi; ^ng xcntitj, as tho home of the first Old Stays and Girls' Association; but no local •celebration has surpassed in enthusiasm that which permeated the jubileo of the •SJearsduIc Presbyterian Church on Sunday a«i&lt;i Monday. ' It . was in the year ISti!, when'thc alluvial gutters in tlie vicinity '»£' Scavsdale yielded forth thousands oJ •ounces of gold, and at a time when there vests an incessant hum of commercial ac tivity, that the chinch was established by 4hp late Hov. Sir Gmv. 'l'lie march of 'IHuw has veiuoved the. great majority ol iliw who were th&lt;> eye-witnesses of tile inreetiou of the cluitvh. and amongst those (old identifies Who have seen the lips and "downs of the church from- its inception ariicl.were present at the celebration wero 3SIcjdam«i Bedford, Carnegie. Young, Rutherford, and Messrs John Clarke, Ni- j inaon, M'Oalhim, and Black. They we...
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
BALLARAT WHOLESALE PRODUCE \ MARKET. TM» quotations arA— Wheat, 3/9 for prime milling. O.ittit Fair seed, 3/10 to -1/11 for .heavy l'eed. I'eas, 4/ to4/3. ..Bar ney: Prime, 3/4; fair to pood, 2/9 to 3/; "Cape, 2/3 to 2/1. Flour, J:d. Bran, _jU5. I'oilard, XMbj. Potatoes: New. A4/J0/ to Xti. Hay: Lest chaffing, Jji/H/6; wauger. Straw, 32/li.
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
BALLARAT WHOLESALE DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. rbillips and Chamberlain report:—But ter: Prime factory prints, 1/2; lump, 1/1}; •eparator, lOd to lOJd; dairy. Sd. Eggs, 1/4. Bacon: Sides, lid; middles, 1/; liam, 1/3. Honey, 3d to 3id. I.ard, 7Jd. Cheese, VJd. Onions: Brown Spanish. .£8. Now potatoes, Jc5 to -i'li. T. J. Lawless and Co. (late M'Gregor Bros.) report: — Butter: X'rimo factory prints, 1/2; lump, 1/11; dairy, 9d to lOd; •separator, lid to 1/. Et'gt-% 1/4 to 1/6; preserved, 1/OJ. Bacon: Sides. 10d to lid; middles, 1/; ham, 1/3. Lard, 8d. Honey, 3-Jd to 3Jd. Ch^eso, 7Jd to 8d.
CHAPTER V. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
CHAPTER V. When Sheila came to Sunnyside it was precisely as though the entire house was lit up by something joyful, something which strongly resembled sunshine. Sheila, whatever the Afri kanders thought of her, was only a child, and she behaved exactly like, one on this occasion. Her facc was wreathed in smiles, her eyes -were more expressive even than usual, the gleam of her pearly teeth showed when she laughed and talked. She was particularly affec tionate to Peter Bellairs and to Mar garet, his wife. She ran gaily about the grounds picking the daffodils and violets, and altogether behaving like a young thing who had never before enjoyed the delights of full liberty..... Sheila was very much interested in her new garments, and as she tried on each jacket, each skirt, each hat with its simple band of ribbon, she flew out to try to.find her beloved Uncle Peter. She always called him Uncle Peter. He was her beloved,, her darling. Peter Bellairs gazed cri tically at the frocks and ha...
II. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
II. The dusk had fallen some time, and had almost turned to decided dark ness, as Cranleigh's wife stood by the open studio window, waiting for Cur tis to come up to dinner. She hated having her meals alone, and since her husband's departure Dick and she usually dined together, either at home or out at a restaurant. They had been very pleasant, all those little tete-a-tete meals, and the little jaunts that had been the order of things dur ing this past two monhs of Cranleigh's absence. And it was wonderful, now she came to think of it, how quickly the time had passed. Two days later her husband would tie back—dear, good-natured, easy-going old John. And Dick—to-morrow Dick would be gone. She wondered curiously, as sho leaned her arms on the window-sill, watching the twinkling lights on the river, that turn it by night into a won derful enchanted land, full of mystery and fascination, just why he was go ing off to Algiers on this trip; and she realised with somewhat startling .sudden...
THE TEST. STORY OF A WOMAN'S AWAKENING. I. [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 9 May 1914
THE TEST. STORY OF A WOMAN'S AWAKENING. By Constance Eune. Cranleigli, on hie aide o£ the break fast table, looked up witii a sudden exclamation of dismay from the letter he was reading—a 'biff, official-looking document. "Little woman," lie said, regret fully, watching his wife's face, "I'Ve got to leave you," She put down a morsel or toast and smred at lum in pretty consternation. •"Leave me?" she echoed. Then sho flashed all the armor of her dimpling smile at him. "Tired of me at last, John?" she asked lightly. Ho laid a strong-looking brown hand over one of hers as an answer to her query. "I'm afraid it's going to be more than the usual few days this time, Midge," he said; "and I cau't take you out with me—Cairo. It means a couple of months, I expect. The Chief"—he turned to the big, import ant-looking sheet again, headed Down ing-street—"The Chief says I'm to hold myself in readiness to start to day, it necessary." Her brow puckered into a frown. "But I don i see in tho least w...
LABOR RALLY AT CORINDHAP [Newspaper Article] — Pitfield Banner and Hollybush Times — 16 May 1914
LABOR RALLY AT CORINDHAP ADDRESSES liY FBDBI.'AL MEMBERS. | A largely-attended meeting was hold in. tho &lt;orindhap .Mechanics' Insfit.uto oil Monday evening under the auspices of the Corimlhnp and Kokewood Ifranck P.L.L. The vice-president (Mr George Gates) occupied the chair, and apologised for tho absence of Senator ilussell ami Mr J. Chatham, M.L.A. Mr .T. F, Hannan, M.l\, was tho first speaker, and touched upon tho questioa of preference to unionists, which lie eaiti was tile main factor to bring' about in dustrial peace. The Conciliation and Arbitration Act had been supi>orted by both Parties in the HoiirO, and one of its provisions was to give the President of the Court power to grant preference to unionist*. To-day the Prime Minister, supported by Mr \V". 11. Irvine and others, ww opposed to that provision. Ths>y wer* endeavoring to past? a bill to eliminate' that provision. The Labor Party said that it was a provision that, would bring: about industrial jn-ac...