ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Bendigonian Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 64,052 items from Bendigonian, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
64,052 results
LAKE CHARM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

LAKE CHAIMT A' ES.ETL Thi: Lake Charm 'anuiinal ace,,meeetiln wa, held Wednesday, and proved ysu - ccsful There was a. larg?t ittendance. lcesiults:- .ri'il H.andicap, five and; ahalff;1iiongs. --J-uni'letown; 1; Miss Iiuscomli 2 Loru. ceet 3: Eleven starters.' ltti?i :' ens Sthe wini ner. Time - in 1 -5 sec -Distance -TIandicapi Trrot vb iiils- .J3elimoc;: 220 .: ds.; Ibhd., l;,dadie 5 yds. bhd., 2 Equality,. 170 ydsb?] 01'our f.tarters. B3tting- 5 to.;4 agt the wnilml or.. 'Tii nlc 5 1in. i 52 .nn 5' : c:'- ; ilake Chanrm H -adicap ?one ?il Miss ( Colin, ;.7, 1 3on0iii 7 10 octoýi, 7.0, ? . Se"en stfarers Th'ttino- 't : ,agsf the winner.: FTine I luinn.48i 4.o i andictp Gallowavface, Rve1fur1ono - *e M'iiGroi 7. M7ick,73 ttio ataters. Betting E 4en moneylth -vwilncn . Tiiinei miif?12 ? ?sec.l:! V-?lving .Thinidicaip, live a ldt'v lha1f Thur: loios; -Moon g810, 1; oadea 1 2 TdMiandl.i 7 3. 3 .'Sixstsrs Betn: iLvt'n inonev the \i"n Thil ime i'n14n IHTack iace, seven: frlon?s-ayGay. ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO CANDIDATES AT WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

.BE]NDIGO CA.lNDIDATy.r AT W.f VORK. At Flemington Thursday several :'horses engaged at the B:J.C. races iexvt Wednesday were doinz solid work. Steiiibok: ran four Sfurldngs in 54; Nangunia Queen; :tlhreeý in 39?]. Rloal Silver dashed over five: in 1.11, -while Vincent Maid left fourt behind: in 5.1 Sse., while Lindean did it in 521? Corona, tus went over a mile in 1.51, ui:dJ did it well. Cartaiii" White skipped over .llalf a _mile in 6,54, while Dingee rani a mnile in 1.57. Aleconner easily ran- si: furlongs: in 1.204 sec. At Oaulfield Dewbhrry's- task w?as ove. nine furlongs, which lihe accomplisshed, in 2.4. Liquation was let off. vith ! ani- :easy task. Eltha ml covered: a niile 1iii ? 56. Icarus and My. Nance w ent taogeter over five furlongs in 1.10. Artillery Bill ?went easily ovel five in 1:13 see

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

PE ONI?.. Rleefrring to Miss tPauline 3hindley's ap DeLara.lce i11i lobart recently with tihi Paul Dufauilt Company, the HIolbart "Daily Post' tated:-"Miss Pauline bindley, whose un i'usually clear enunciation greatly cnhiances the value of herl per'ectly trtailed' voice, onici again proved that not only is her Voice vitally ;usical in quallity and cxcecp tionali in its comnpass, but that she has, the rare faculty of reaching the heart whilst snatisfying the head. l1er first appearance iwas in the aria, 'F'olio Folioe,' froil "Verdi's .'Traviita,' in which shl displayed lier ii toerietive_ powers to the full. 'The intri cate runs with. which this aria is jewelled presented to .iher flexible voice not the least difficulty, the. marvellous ease with which the gruceful phrases were trilled off being indeed remarka:ble. i.n addition to the in evitabl6 encore, Miss i3indley was made tile "recilient o: ao many choice biouquets that she hlrad to ullnburdeli herself f thllose which she haid...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BENDIGO SANATORIUM RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

The: followiig aire.te i haidicaps: or: the events to beirun onl theiirstday -of the mineat lug, which will be 'held oin Wednesday, a:ind' ThuIrsday under the auspices of: the Ier : . digo Jockey: Club::. FIRST DAY.- Wedntsday, 4t eb.L I: ?IHANDICAP "HU-RDTL :RACE.. Two'inmiles. RogueI Harem, :10.7; Airtillery Bill ?---10'3; M allet, 10.3; Sir Colin, 10.3;: Yarrabr'ee S9.9 ; Seldom, 9.7, Kildeei 9.; 7? nigraint, 9,5; A.mbercane, 9.3 .Dingee; 9.0 ANDREW FLTJ'ITFR.. Si fiurlongs:. :Malvaceous, 9.0; . Liquation 8.12; Mousselinie 8.9; Andricula, 8.7 ; Nuj"e, ::8.3; Caiipis, 8.3; Jcedarite;', 8.1; Ea"l: Flower, .7.11; S..M:. ;7.11; Slhiriti:,'.; Marion Croix, 7.0;- :Maloja, notti qualified SANATORIUM' l ANTDICAP. `:On.e mile. Captain: White : 9.13 ; .:Aleconncr:e 9.3 ; H"eios, 8.11i -Diabolo;: 8.9; Lord iTuck, 7.11. Bobindie; 7.7 ;7 Rosny, 7.5;, Lady Jani e 7.1; Soottri, 7.1; I)ewberry, 6 13; LuckyBeaun' 6.11 Coronatus 6.7,; :Elthain; .'6:;7 a' Nance, 6.. TIiHE SUMMENR 1PUIRSE. Five iurl...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

1854 DIAM OND JUBILEE OP I l I ý Tý'7ý I tt 6.- at r SU MR E 13'0R S IX T Y Y EAR S. E. ROVWL ANDS PROPY .1L TD. ANAUSTRALIANATRLTE I ' I I I _ ~MELBOURNE, BALLARAT, SYDNEY AND KATOOMBA. AGENTS for KOOA SPA BAB&CIDP A JDT 6v~~~~~~o as1~ ~ E~~lCI, B I AESBDI (y STHARD FP I MOLESB 4 ýý ý, l l 'i! i ;rl'ý I" I' V urx LTD*ANAUSTRALiAN NATl1RAlWATER rI I! ý \ýrýd, r 11i ýI ' illj iIº, ý' fu ;:, "ý,I 'ýI MELBOURNE, BALLARAT, SYDNEY AND KATOOMBA, Ilj'ý'j ýý LJi''il II ýIID { L 1 l ý! I' I I I II _ RO W y p II I i I VI aIJ 1lflll L-- _ E. ROWL f' N Slg '' BENDIGOA GENTS CBEN.DIGO BSTE~WARD CO-OIPERATIVE: BR'EWERY COA:TD - ALA SIPILDUAN

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SPORTING. THE TURF. (By "OCALMA.") Handicaps for the above were declared .nn Tuesday. Gigandra (9.13) is top weight for the Newmarket Handicap, and has earned every ounce of it. He has carried heavier imposts to victory, and. in very fast time. Aleconner (8.7) appears to me to be-the pick of the handicap, and if fit and well <,n the day, will run a imerry six furlongs. Athenic, .Popinjay, Wolawa, Nuwara Eliya, Cider, Captain White, Ta danga, Lord Walla, Widgiewa, Sweet Lil, Coolamatong, Yarrion, and ]Four Flush are all well placed. In the Australian Cup I like the chance of Cagou best. Of the others, Sea Prince, Lilyveil, Cider, Wallalo, Bclove. and St. Vano have been given good cihances. The handicaps for the Sanatorium race meeting appear to-day. The following ap pear to be well handicapped in the various events:- ? urdle Race-Artifcry -ill, -ir Colin, Emigrant. Summer Plate-Precious, Marylebone, Bulli B., Lipola, Watergal.c. AndreNw .FIltter-Jecdaritc. Mousseline. Sana...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATERSIDE WORKERS' DISPUTE. FARMERS PREPARE. READY TO HANDLE WHEAT. Sydney, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

1WATERSMDE WVfORKERS' DISPUTE. LArDY,)Y TO I{ANDI14, \WIIEA'1'. S' di ey8, .t&1ý JaUuar7 Tue. repeated sai~:!d toppaget of . work- on the = .li:i~: wit'itrfltii t and the thrextb to hold up th i wrlicat loaded into trucks 'by non-unionihln has' cnused the f' nnoir iind settlers of +h^ '-' -1iiverila. to jprnim1O .:l" cIllIeln to scca©o - I e shilpniw u of tli ir pr1cuce. iwtli secrecy is observCd in the imatter, but it ; nas . transpir.d that the Ftlarm'rlt' and - rt. licr&' As ncitr.^tu has for irnpc tyijin bo. :'t.;. iiakinkln:, 2 lit .- :1 V51p.VZ p.ho aXE tm, go t.j .c:i'd' 1 -. pI~rll.. tthle -prod:ilt _it7 the c'ont ori tl 'i fr ta1cror's refusing to do co. It ijs tatcd over 1;30; names-hovo "alrcady 'bcen obtainied, of which 400 alone alre from the W'aga"district.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. NURSE EVANS of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC 419 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., 18/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my' experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so ill I never could have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health.. (Signed) NURSE EVANS." Always keep this Medicine on hand and you will keep healthy. Ii you get it YOU GET HII:ALTII AND RiCLIIEF FROM LOSS OF SLEEP, -WEAKNESS AFTER ILLINEHSS. CONSTIPATION, INDIGESTION, POOR APPETITE, WEAK NERVEKS; and BILIOUSNESS. All STORES and CHEMISTS SELL IT. *, ^,^ ^,- . .u ^ i s ,, „ „, . _ ' .. ' -„...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANSELL MEMORIAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SLANSELL MEMORIAL FUND. The Laisell Memooria Fundi , w1hich was :_ r estaiblished. by IMrs. G. Lalnsell for thie piur ilose of rendering financial assistance to - "Widosws of. miners. -has. bCeeC the' means of: a.sistiiig a?niny distressed"faililiies. Since the 'first distribliltion wa?i made iii 108, 3t1162 has been. divide:l1 anongst womeit in 3lienidigo who av had tve Ird th luisfoituno: ? l be : left in destiiteut cireumistances ,by :the :deatt of 'teir l:sbatnds. Those - benefited i by i:le flunid .are in iost cases otulg w' n0l womn1l' i i'itlh childrlcn. During tlhe. Veair edcdi 31st.:.? 1)ccenmber, 1913, the money 1 di.stiibut;cd .lwas ,1141/1I/, whilst the amounit for. the pr vioUs 12 i'ortlis was l£176 Te :adow76iinti funid, wiiich is comprisced of mo.ueys given. by Mirs. G.: Lansell, totals £3200 at, present. A feature' of tlhe fund is tlhat no. expenses Whatever ire: incurred ixn connection .i wit ' its ,mianagement, the whole of the money "::i' ceived , by .it constitut...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYERS' CREEK. 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MYERS' CREEK, 27th January. in the Myers,' {'reek Church of E1n2lann. (11i Hat at ll· z!a.zk: n-ivin'i ircev ric ·:: c ` held 1 It 1.1c chltccfh r:. ti'i.c.1 dc-.a , * rated. wilh Ia Ii' it, ' e2t!: 1 J..c ct: T1i af f.erincu crvice L *IlI co rlacctc1 by .. B3. Brown. of 1iMarong, and the oeveninig service by M~r. 1. A. Roberts, of lendigo. After the sorvice it was arranged to donate all tIo fruit and vegetables to t1he Benevolent Asvhlumn. Mr. Pascoe. kindly delivered the fruit and vegetables at the institution. 1st February. A five-roomed w.b. house at Myers' Creek, owned and occupied by Mr. IRlymond, farmer and grazier, was destroyed by fire about 11.30 on Saturday night. The :Ben dijo firemen received a call from the alarm in Barnarnard-street, and went some distance along Inglewood-road, when they returned as the, lire was out of the liendigo ]rigiade's district. The other brigades in the ,dis trict were- summoned, an'l all tl, fiyebells were ringing :.bout the same time.: It :...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYERS' FLAT. 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MYERS' 'FL AT - 31st Januaiy.... A :l4id ihamc ind :Lslie .Rgigby e, son . of; -Ir. Irank jRigbyc, aof Mycrs' Pit, wvas est'er .l ;v aiufiiir at ibiids with a: shaiigliai. Ho iiad cliifibeida tree, 'but missed lis footing inil fll t;o th li rouiild,- sli ing a ser :is firactiitrc6 ol~ tlie .'kull and inijuiies to hilis b:liacik::. .Th1e unfortimatc ,boy.: . was at toinded by Dr. SmithWick; of E':agl Clliwk 'Another :lad anied 'cubon Ah Lii?g, of Mivers" lFlat,. was attending td o. sone cows, and in. trying to gct through 'a ire .fe ice liht? ost his .)laifteC andi fell; siutaiiuing a. frlractidc d dislocatioln of the loft .-arin.m

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAYWOOD. 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

RAYWOOD. n :. i30th Jaqfiuty .A. rather ?coraious. .fire took plpace ait Neil- :' lioroiitlh lass;t ighit; by -which n old i.iia lianied :Abirahalm o emnil, hbetter :knnitiw n.as "Old A~be,;'] had his hut- nid. all its :con, tents ' destroyed. :Th old :ia?;:.i'i?'ho'iCi. ies,. on a small garden nea'. thei- old-ti iic Stirling iCastle Hotel, ownied --by i .fr. ohn Scott. but now, delicensed :vwas .t :the timo ;lic fire biroke c tit t"tlihe house of: a!:li igh 1 boi,: and by 'shee timie he and :some iinigh..: nors ,arrived thl.lit uwas, almost consued.. The old. man had i, sunm o.£-:10 ini tlio.:iii't t--wo l-nuotes' and cight soVereigns? After lihe .ire the .old iiana was -lucky enougi]i to ecover the- eimht sovercigus .Ie is iii accic t of- the old. age pension, a'id liadi, sayned uli the few IpouindS. The fiii is suip hosed to hIue bon -caused by sa iiarks ,fiomi a` siiiall' firo that hiad been left buini iig. 30th .Jaituary. `'e1w J ipianese iFair, which w' ...to liavo beeni held ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROCHESTER. 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ROCHESTER. .7tli January. A. caso of conusiderable inteiest 'to' auc tioeers anid stock-buyers as was heard by fMessrs. -B3artold, P.M., and Fiiller: J.P., at the Police Court to-day. Messrs. ?Mason Bros., .auctionaers, proceeded against I]{ich ard .Bourke, farmer, of Cornclia:. Creelk, for the' recovery of -£-28/5/, due din sodmecattle nurchitsed by cPfeiidant at :a sale at Kya branm. Mr. fRaleigh appeared for coin ulainants, and Mr. Frank Cohen for .defen dant. M?r. Raleigh said defendiant came to Mason Bros.' office in IRochester, and asked Mr.. Duggan, the manager, to: get one of his men, named Hall, to go .to .the sale and buy hint 30 or 40 young Attle. The firmn sent lall to Kyahrain as request ed, and he bought 34 head of stock.. As there were no drovers available, lie got a farmer named Trewick to take charge. of them and deliver them to-- Mr. Bourke. Trewick, who lived along the same- road, had purchased :- couple of animals for hitm self. and was driving them home. He. too...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERPENTINE. 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SSERPENTINE. S .27th January. i'eIr. deatfh took place on S?ltura?,y of Mrs.? .Elizabeth Tresize, at.. tbl a:.e of a85 'yea'rs. The deceased la.dy twasl one of the oldest residents of. S-erpentine, having taken pUli `elr residence here in 1S65. Sihe came to.: :;Australia 'ifi185 153 Icr'' hus .baind l pi decciased her, atI . the, agce of 87' '.C:etrs; by . om oie. -yearsT T-le f.unetral on ltoinday; -i,s a rgely :rattendcdl ' SI8FRPEvFNTINE -li'iT.-lTihe Sblellpentiue Hos. iit -:al'-..:td:i is to b:e hlld' oi .'.25th February, ir-" aid ,ff the :Inglewood '. -d - endigo .IIs

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SEA LAKE. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SEA LAKE.8 ulmr Johlir -I lhoifas. W1hitford;i . a:ot?ug in?.i, was. clihagigd: dbicf.eic .i'. . 'Pclnnefath:r, P?:T., 'ii. the 'lc : (Coiit if Pet'af: Pty-P S ies sions tc. lav'.y with site:iinu ifour bags ..of iicleiuned .wheat ofrom Williiu Io?.b rt Boyd, a farimir, li.g t.'it Tvyirrel West on: 15h 'th Januarv. r1whe inei.d wais conimitted for: ti'ial at tlie. Court 'of Gceral- Sessioins, 'to. be. hcld t C?iharlt.on on 10th _Mgai'ch. . i(eorge Ptidtliconibe, lieccsee of the- Soa a oe Hotel, wuas proceeded CLagunst in the local. Court of LPetty :Sessions to-day l,y Superintendenot Dungey for trafficking in lihior on i-Suniday, 21st- Dcember, 1913. On .thlit i date tw o meni- were scen leavi'.g t?ie ]hotelj hud on being accosted six bottles of bcer ::vwere found in .their possessioni. l; wiks shown foir the defence ,thlit 'the men were oders,ci anid as sch l-the beer was sold :to them. . -Mr. J. F. Pennetathl'-r, P.nM:., said the t Legislature never intendcd thatt liquor. shoulld b...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. ARNAUD. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ST9.' hRNAUtb. . T rg; 28ti .'iuttu' y. Surrage; ·vrtcoriunry snrgjeon, of ,St.' Aimanad;-heft ýon -lnesday for 3ris bang'to take* Up the iposition of Govcr'i ment m. at supervisor in connection with the export trade. Mr. Burrage's Queens land :tppointmnent "s a very lucrative one. At a late hour last niglit a fire broke out at Mr. W? Bales's bakehouse, Napier street, 'St. Arnaud. Several lots of bread were desti'oyed, and the ovens and building were damaged to the extent of 120.- Tliera was a small, insurance on the building, bitt ione on .:the ovens, etc. How the fire on ginated is not ýknowvn. 31st January. At the loca!l court .to-day a mnan who gave: tlhe ::anic of Edward Murphy, was charged, :ivith imposing- on Mrs.. Penning ton, licensee of: the St. Arnaud Hotel:, by false verbal representations. Major :Dunk ley prosecuted, and Mr.. Mitchell defended accused.- Theo evidencen disclosed that ac cused arrived in St. Arnaud on Wednes day last iin a rnotor car. IIe was accom panied...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SWAN HILL. 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

.- SWAN HILL.^S· ^;-^; '10th Jainiary, Williami M'Lean,. 40, -i was ::fouidii -to day'*; in the bathroom at: his S *an "Hill, res.c dence, with ehis throat cut. -MCLeani w is said .to have- ben 'mentally -affected ,foT' about a i fionth, held large land?ed -'in terests, and : was farming with his ;bro ther on .Waitchie-road.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALRANALD BEAT SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

B UTRANALID BiEAT SWAN HII i The annual niviiii;li?ivesry. Day? match brlie iweenv Swan, H.ill nd B'hanald' (N'a. for ther Dowlin Cup: 's.,. Vlayedi?? Bv pJ' ,anald on 26th ult ini the priesncoti h laige crowd' of spectators iBothf. teas? sut: veiy istioon g 'eails intio the eifield, and tirue to theli ti ditiodis of cricketh&'e gime ; vs, silts idoubtoto the last; t?he finish ;behing very excitini Defeat to Balriiiald .meantl tht the cirs? fio ld lie l]st " tbintota,:: : hS?i Hill havicng theg leg iini wh ilst fictory i.2eant that another series of matiches iould° have to be, piayed to decide'i tie -iow-nership Batting first. Sim'an 1il?i de '.i disastrous start ecight wickets being down foi 64 tbuit a.ninthl wicket: partuership'btetl:een HarFrii ind WTi Doherty e ,actly doqi'bllie that ' ?l y The laist ':icket fll at 132-ea fine recoveiry Gaith Iairris ~played ?: splendid, itn ningshfoir , 71, whilst too much. priaise c annot ,be :?give to \V. Doherty for his' scorie of 25...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

li, Ai: glicans iii ti Ti etlhodists it ti: S'Westirn rIesehi-ve? A;o;;ainli wiei s: c aerc ll" it.;i. cfir 'Gito Metliodists scoed -t 36 k fdoirle s of ;imi wickets, orf ^]uici W. eemif in iniade; 56:I indCTY ? lakITTi21. Milldonzlvc1 I C ,.UTo., :iThe latter, scored i251 ; oflivP li S- P. :isei i nde 59 ? fri i t it)ad II iClir: 20. 20^Maldfit call of tiin0 iad lost it o^ wichleic :for . i35 iruinsui

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNTED CONSTABLE ASSAULTED. HEAVY PENALTIES IMPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MOUNTED CONSTABLE -ASSAULTED. IIHEAVY PENALTIES LI'POSED.. Cor9iderable 'interest was manifes~ted in the hearing of a case rat tho Mardng Police Court Friday, in which Percy Scckold, licensee of. the Railway Hotel, Marong, was charged with having on the 31st December, 1913, On lawfully assaulted Mounted-oonstable Priestly. The constable also claimed damages to the extent of £25 for the assault. The court, which was held in the Marong Public Hall, was filled with interested speetators. The presid inm ma;strates were Messrs. E. N. Moor-, P M., J. Bailey, J. F. Poole, H. Wirth, J. D). Steel, and J. T. Kyne, Js.P. Sub..iry spector Dwyer prosecuted, and Mr. Luke Mur phy appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty Mr. F. Cohen appeared for the complainant in the case in which it was sought to recover dama'es. Sub-inspector Dwyer said that the case had been brought under section 36 of the Polioe Offences Act 1912, but after hearrin, the ovidereo the bench might come to tlie con clusion ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x