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FREAK FASHIONS. WOMEN WEARING BUSTLE HISSED. NEW YORK, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

FREAK FASHIONS. s. WOMAN=.WEARING =:BUSTLE HISSE. = ;NlEW 'VYORK, 3rd Jaiiniary:. }At Pittshiirg'i yesterday: lady,, wearing ,-a .lbustle- linld a- e::..nwly-iimported Paris t::oilettev?cre'atecd a disturbance along Fifth aveinmo, a fashionable tlhoroughfare. A nmob :gathered when the lady appeared, aind hiistd iand "cat-called" at her. The police finally rescued the lady fromn the mob's.. curiosity, and placed her in. a bank, closing the doors against the crowd..'

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE TANGO CRAZE. SOCIETY LEADERS CONDEMN. LONDON, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

THE TANGO .CRAZE. S;:SOOCETY1- LEADERS CONDEMN. LONDON, 3rd Jaiuary.: : hTiero ad sig is that the Tango: d?aice 1 eiaze is abat.ing. Leaders of. society -are condemning it a "-the · dance of, noral death," and it is, :bahred'at d ancei in the West End. I?t `is ;'ilso distinctly lBss popular at mi i iialls, i;d :fiiniet ]ia replaced it at the .Trociidero :i'ind-. otlir restaurants. "?=,My dear sir, when you tell me that you'v3, disposed" of thousands of acres in this coun trTy at fiVe shillings an acre I say that you're romainciug:" "Not at all.. Five shillings per: :'acher.' I'm a dentist, you know."'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

BILIOSNES S INDIGESTION BAM YHEADACHE, * e· LVij V

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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AFRICANS THIRD TEST MATCH. SOUTH AFRICANS FAIL AGAIN. JOHANNESBURG, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. AFRICA THIIRPD TEST MATCH. SOUTH AFRICANS FAIL AG AIN. " JOHANNESr-URG, 2nd January. The third test match was continued at the Wanderers' ground at Johannesburg :to-day. Yesterday the Englishmen were all out for 238, and the Africans had. 12 on the board without the. loss of a wicket. The home team thu% had an excellent chance of securing a winning position, but to-day it failed badly .-.Zulch scored ..38 and Hands -'26, but no one. else got as far as the twenties. Scores : Frirst Innin . ...gs .. .t. 233 Second Innings. Hobbs, c Nourse, b Dixoi .. 41 ,:Rhodesc Ward, b Taylor .:. .. . 0O Mead :e ruckett, b ýNewberry : 86 JIearne, lbw, b Newberry... ... O.0 Douglas, b Newberry ....... ..77 Tennyson, c Beaumont, b S Nourse ........... ......... 6 Woolley, c Ward, b .Newberry 37: Relf, b Blanckenberg.. ... 25 Bird, not out ...... .. ....: 20 Barnes, b ]3lanckenberg; 0. . Strudwick, c Tuclett, b Blanc::: kenberg ... ... :.0. Sundries ... . 16 ... ..... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

- I And all thin s .appertaining to the Furinishing of th Home. You w.ll v nd us prepared with ~:ub stantial and Artistic Furniture: ad Furnishings Carpets, Linoleuncs etc :lreaso?naby? priced n ensuring ..every Home. Furnished Beautifully. and Ec.nomically, Call and Inspect our :?Manifieent Showrooms; S: '"THIiE; BEE HIVE"-- Pall Mal And8 .. Jackson s Corner, View Point. SORE , SWOLLE N, AND T1DND1 FIJIl'. USEDI TO C]IY :OUT SiTI 0LE PAIN. YIV -Br3UK IlAlI SOOTh2 ,. ANDI) COOLS. Driverl, of: 43 Donald-street, Footscra.y, ei\lbourue. "The burning and aching sea •atioins caused me much siPfIiring, and, t. times I used to cry out -with theo iain. I biathed them and tried all sorts of things 'to get relief, but .nothing eased t1he. smairt in. or: reduced the rweliing. "'However, I tried Zam-Buk,. and this :cx colleint balm sooni drew out all the; heat, healed the soreness,"and reducetd` the swel! inm.c Zam-irk is indeed a y onderful balm. for I hIv,' i"evo i had ' nv fuot triurbk., c? ...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER. (From Our Special Correspondent.A LONDON, 2Wth November. Rumor is busy with Lord Kitchencr's: name. °Iit.is .isaid'. thlat. he is toi:.be Viceroy of India shoirtly. : Lord IIardinge ; :has still two years of his term .:to runbilt?b oingi: to the :;state of his:. health it : is :ibelieved. tfiht his' iresignation .will Ytake place: within the iiet feLw months. The appointment of "L'd Kitchener to be Lord I-aidinge's successor wvould:- occasion no surpriise.! - There was,; it wvill b:e remembered, a: strong party -in favor of .his being .chosen to sut ceed Lord Mfinto3 bit Loid :tadiuge who lad' long -liad a distinoguisied ilputa?io as a. dcipl?jinatist., and was i:'ermacnrit lUudcr-Secretary at, thie Foreigna Olfic", wa-s chosen and Lord Kcitchener v.ent Ito Cairo instead. It is believed ' that :the Indian Vice-royalty would be a, post r:much to L ord Kitchener's: liking, .and it has been said that hei only accepted -the Egylitian (post on thie underltanding. t'hat...

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ARISTOCRATIC MURDER. ILL IN PRISON. BERLIN, 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ARISfOCRATiC MURDERER. lILL IN PRISON. :13 RLIN; 28t :De.lcenibe .· Counlt Mielcynu.ki, whlio is awaitingl ti oi? the. murder. of his :.ifo: ind ?his nephew (the young Cofunlt:- Miolcynski), ]has lrokeai down in healtn u'i prison.- :le is " sufferin, from lieniorrhaig of the liinds- to attacks .:of whicih hlie i liable [On the night o: :Satuirdiy, 20th Docci - ber; Count; Mielcyniski hearing a noi Iwhich hle took to? be :causcd by bu1rlai .s armed limnelf 'with. a gun.-and weu dovnc?o:w - :stairs. Lea found. his nephew ini his wife's bedroom and. shot them both .dead. "

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY SHOULD USE MR. CHARLES -ROCK, of 42 GCladen Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. I have seen a lot of testimonials about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what I find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (signed) CHARLES ROCK.'.' This is a remarkable letter, but then, CLI?IMENTS T'ONIC is a gremarkable med...

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VICTORIAN IRRIGATION. SETTLERS AND CAPITAL. INTERESTING FIGURES. 2500 SETTLERS WANTED Melbourne, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

VICTORIAN IRRitIATION. $E5lrTi8E1TS AND CAPITAL. (By Our Sikcial Rejicrtet.) M?eone .11st U ec.:i :her, It, n ill li" fduficd tht the a-irange'encui Mi M i?, iad:: -:liido- i ith tho Univiiorsity Sint .A\iiricri, will iiot intmerfere" with . 1hii S::'rorl~:ii e Vctoii*ri LUs hiidairman of the Slaile : :triver.t:aiid W\atCer Siupply Coninission :tsi -lroljtced .trip to AncrJt:ct :will only t't.to t: . imonolth>, Aiid on liis. reotrn he wilt S.direct, 3i, i·fhole energy iuto the great wkork i:e t:uh..aid his fillow coniiuissioners have in h tn I 3,'igurc.e to date ju;sifiv the Staeic iu hliav • 1 iinr: ieed intto:it: groat irrigfitiou co1 tcrriiri,"n, 'nd also tlesifty" to the 51ucOe(" Li:t c ff rts 0o ihe t I nicomulSioni. T''ie can "ii.i-ioncrs .1our d i- yiClem that wvis ir~g.V I aniy designed fdir .mercily a s;ock and dmncsli ,c irtpply. lWhen the ide, for a gr-adual extension of the water ervice iln to irrigation de\vlol~ed, it wa thoughti; S.hat" all thait had to be done was ...

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GUNBOWER HEAD WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

CUNBOWER HEAD WORKS'. The subject ci this .photo. is the Gun7" bower new head works, situated about .: miles .from.:the. Murray. River, and along. thp channel'towards 'Kow, Sivwamp; It is a .t?-uctulre entirely composed of reinforced " co'crete throughout-not a, bit of "wood : anywhere in the whole, work. The height .of the work from tlhe bed of the channel is 24ft., and the width.of the bed' of the .chainnel is GOft., There are 12 gates, 8ft, x 4ft. '(also reinforced ,concrete). the slope being 2 in i. There are piers of 12in. '..,built to ca ry.. the .slabs of concrete, and there are small. piers built'. between the main piers. '1I "+1Nw TiTNI3oW1j 18.17) WORE S.C -~ ~ ~a- . dI. ~-r. These are not visibleo in the photo., a the- 'are only 30ft. high. They are only built to carry the .gates, two of which ap pcar. to be over each opening The fro t shlabs' are. 12in. at the bottom and taper to :9in. t the top. The whole of the piers are. on a con rete foundation, and there 'i ialso an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

.s ýt ý . ý, k : r y , , ~Fa·~; es E1S a .. ýZ 41F. Ih .U St U U -. -. a. E r I :; SYears? Guarantee . .KASY 'TE..RMS. SCatalogues Free our Old Piano s. ) rgan taken su eart Payment. r~: . ?, I? . • • . ' r f6 Li - Mitchell St. Bendigo. ::~i: lp x ORGAN.;+ MUISIC. i=. Ta1kiug Maahau. .;` RECORDS, And all du il Goodi.. .· -, * * **.* * *.. *· V----r -··.·~~l~ --·- ··········· C omplete Homj~e F r isherS. . - E EP RUE ·: FUNTR N ES TRST UTTlE PRHSR No. need ;now' to worry over 'the FUR NISHING PROBLEM, for from snow out YOU CAN GET. FROM MYER'S JUST WHAT YOU WANT, and pay for it when it is most convenient to you. TEN PER CENT. ONLY ABOVE MYER'S CASH PRICES (WHICH ARF. MARKED ON THE GOODS IN PLAIN FIGURES) IS ALL THAT WILL BE ASKED FOR EASY EXTENDED TERMS. tJUST AS MYER'S CASH PRICES HAVE BECOME A STANDARD BY WHICH FAIR VALUES ARE JUDG Ep,.SO WILL MYER'S EASY TERMS BE RECOONISED AS AN EXAMPLE OF FAIR DEALING. I '' EASY TERMS DEPARTMENTS, " FURNiTURE CARPETS LINOLEUNS . BEDSTEADS BEDDIN...

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CREAM IN HOT WEATHER. COOL AND CLEANLY CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

CREAM IN: HOT WEATHEP. COOL NID_ CLEANLY CONDITIONS. T; . lhe faniuer who desires to produce gojod. i,;:c .outt-r during the hioi weather mrus?t :j ly~~y. ca.ful attention to the1 handliug' of ',tho cream? :.This Suibject has be.un treated'. -adyL'LuuWes, blut with summer fairly upon :2s soriio;.intercast. will be takoln in the fol i:;oWinf' hiuts .given by Hoard's "Dalry' " .i,,n" ou. tlhe matter. In order to. naiu ':good bliitter in the summer it is uleccesay' ?to. tlae the very best car- of cream ?1nile',it is bein. havld for a chulning-. :N':'eg.clei to do tR is' is, erhap, one of. "lthe cliif causeas of pooi butter .in tho .u?timer. ' uttecr from proporly k-pt aud, r Ailylend .crc ;an will have a more desirable :i'lavor i, will keep sweet longer, and, briig :-a higher pr.ce -i any market. *. Naturaily. the first essential is to take. ::propei-'caro of t'he milk in tli stable and. cI-par.ting room. It must be kept. away: ..froim .undesirable odors if taints are net Swanttced iin...

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PYRAMID. THE HILL AND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ý J PYRAMIID, °tHEf HILL AND TOWN (By Our Special Rel resentative:.) o:. oking 'across the plains of th'e Ter:: : ricks ,-in the shimmerinv haze of the: sifi;. iner da*,; before i:s iA a' dull .grey .objiect', ; somewhat -esembling a pinnacle, ;and;wue.: . easily recognise the . "Pyramid.; ' .On;; a' niw:;earer approach the great rugged baiso is clearly discerned1.The pointedi sunimit: '",too, stands forth iv bold relief a!rd craggy: 'beauty,??at and -rises with- straul e abriptness from the surround.ng .plains. We are at once seized. with the desire to climli, so we commenco the ascent. Arriving withov.t ; : much trouble at .a rather pretty plateau, .'."we 'find ltat here early history has 'been: :. conmmwoeoratld. Fixed on a "reat face of : rock i.; a bronze tablet, the 'inscription '?i which reads as follows:-"Sir Thomas Mit chell, cxploxer, of Australia Felix, having i.:" discovered and named this hill, ascended - i it .on the 30th of June, 1836. This tablet '-was erected by the...

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WONDERFUL FLIGHTS. AMERICAN RIVALS PEGOUD. SIX SUCCESSIVE LOOPS. SAN FRANCISCO, 29th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

* WONI?DLROUL FLIGHoTS. AMERICAN RIVALS PEEJOUD. SIX SUOCESSIVE LOOPS. SAN FPRANCISCO, 29th December. LThe vclI kuown American airman, lBeclhey; clainms to have created: a. now. wurld's record in freak liying at San Frau cisco to-day. Heo lucpld the loop six timecs in succes siu-n after fly i', a considcrable distanco upiqdc-down.

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AVIATION. ABOVE THE CLOUDS. NEW AEROPLANING RECORD. 20,293 FEET ABOVE EARTH. PARIS, 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

AVIATION. ABOVE TrL~LE CLOUDS. NEW AEJdOPLANING RECORD. 20,295 FEET ABOVE EARTH. PAlRIS, 28th December. A wonderful flight was made to-day in an aeroplane at St. Raphael, a winter resort in the Department of Var. A French .irman named Lo Gagentx ascended to a height of 20,293ft., which is. a new vworld's record.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

•UST RD4 That which Is First in Import ance should be First Served. Keena Muatard should therefore be rrt upon the table. since, no matter bow tempting the viands and.perdecl the cook. mg. no meal is complete without Keen's Mustard. 'THE FINISHING TOUCH TO Evr MORSEL .. •um 1 ý_-- ---C.~P~~

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

- 1 / Style .. - In Corsetry! I IVV ·I· After much tribulation "? of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinctive note in dress have found the haven of satisfaction is only al tained by wearing French Corsets - - No other make is possible I 'to the woman who seeks -s ' Ithe true Jashion note of style and efect, because French Corsetierres are I ?:: ? the only authoritative ?- syle creators-they have Atoo much originality to imitate, as they are imi tared by less experienced makers. . The finest / French Corsets are te s' world famous-t hv 1Royal?o PD a SRustless Corsets. SELL THEM. t - disinctve noe indres BEVAN AND MARTYN, TRAVELLI NO PHOTOGRAPHERS, S:ARE PREPARED TO:7:. ::VIS-IT A-LL '.CO.U:'N' T RY 'E NTRES. COUNTRY-- WEDDINGS A SPECIALITY. PERMANENT ADDRESS 149 View- street, Bendigo.

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M'KEEN MOTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

M'.'IEN MOTORS. The :' KIeen motor railway cars,. which wert.. ' niroduccd. . on "the. B.llarat-Mary b?crotigh ,:lieI a coiiple of., yearis ago, :4nd Which hiav :been experimcuted with on vari .ue lilnes in the state, -lm.e not appaleret y fu:tilled ex?pectations. At present, the M'Keen i otor train used on the .~aM" boroughl St. Arinaud line is in the repair shop, being inatrhed up for active scr ice el:ce mcre. Jlidging. by the time it has Lbcn tliem :it nec:? a: great deal of atr.n Iinii. Iii thelimeniiitme a sl'ani nmotortra:in is,- intainiiign the service much more satis factorily. On Saturday morning the Warr n1.moiool: to :HaniltoI M'Keeu moter train w'?,iis :ting al'rg abiout, a mile, out or Wrrrvnambool when it fail'el. Passongers were .transportecd to their destination by an , ordinary steCim train, which left an hour and a-'half after schedule time. In 'order to use your watch as a compass it ;s essential that it be keeping good time. Point the hour hand at the sun,- then...

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The Bendigo Caledonian New Years Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

The Ber)digo Galedopian ]Nev Year's ay Sporls. P*OOS Y W"; . . R.OON I P 7 1 JY ; I, , - PHOTOS bY W. H. ROBINSON. "i '* r ' ?r t . '' GROUP OF HIIGIHLINDERS AND . .. ·\. *~,7 ~ SPECTATORS IN THE GRANDSTAND.

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MARYBOROUGH HIGHLAND SPORTS. Maryborough, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

MARYBOROUGII HIGHLAND SPORTS. Miaryborough, 1st Januurry. The seeond day's gathering of the High lind Society, held to7.day in brilliant Vwea ther, was again a pronounced, success. The attendance was as large, if not larger, than at any former gathering, being es. tiimated at between 16,000 and 18,000. The engagement of the Hamilton Pi.pers' Band by the society resulted :n a fine display of mnarching and lmsic. Results: Sheffield Handicap, of £100, 130 yards. First. £$60; second, £15; third. £4; fourth, £1. Final-White, 1; Aminde, 2; Dreg horn, 3. Won ratfer easily by a yard and a half. Time--ll 4-5 sec. Burns Handicap, half mile. First, £25; second, £7; third, £3.-Final-RL., fD. Chalmers, Hlorsham, 42 yds., 1; E. Michael son, Kensington. 46 yds., 2; T. .outar, South Yarra, 52 yds., 3. Wou by 3 'yards. Time-1 min. 51 scc. Hurdle RaceA, 130 yds., 10 flights, 3ft., jumps. First, £7; second, £2; third, £1.'. -R. F. Hogan, Birchip; 9 yds., 1; 'A. Wil liamsoih, Carlton, 12 yds., 2.; D. D...

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