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USEFUL HOME IDEAS. A MODEL KITCHEN. Showing How to Make it Light, Picasant and Convenient. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

UJSEFUL HUIVIE IDEAS. A MODEL ? clTci TN. Showing ilow to Make it Light, l1ica::aii' and Convenient. (13y Maria- Tarloa, in the "Ladiiea' iomea Journal.")' In idlal.nig thie location arid arrangei.rnt of the kitchen, its relatibli to tie -oiher. ports of the house must be taken iuto dohi eideration. It is desirable that the kitchen sounds and odors should be excluded as much as possible from ,the rest of the hcuse, but it is also important that the kitchen shall be so siftuated that t.:here shall be no unnecessary steps taken in. reaching pantries, diningroom, front<-'andi : back doors, and cellar stairs. The kitchen .PLAN OF krTCIIEN AND BAC Ii, L1 should be well lighted and ventiiated' lighi and air should come from` at least two, sides, and it is' better ;to li have theii :cobn from three.:' .The room. should b:e large -' enough to give -.plenty: of air .forbr :]ieat?t: and comfort,: but the workinc .appliances should be grouped as closely and '.oionneneb. ly as possib...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ANNALS OF BENDIGO. (By G. MACKAY.) ["The Annals of Bendigo" from 1851 t9 1867 have been reproduced in book form, and copies may be obtained at this office The books are profusely illustrated, and or at the local booksellers', price 1/ each. contain folding sheets representing Golden square in 1851 and Pall Mall in 1857. At a future date the periods 1568 to 1890, and 1891 to date will be reproduced in the same way. The postage on the Annals per book post is one penny to any part of the Com. monwealth.1

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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FORTUNE FOR A CABDRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FORTUNE FOR A CABDRIVER. decided on the 15th December a lawsuit in favor of a stableman and a cabdriver,. who wdll now receive .£280,000. Coiuit Jules de Perrochel died three years ago leaving a large fortune. He was fond of making wills, and had made seven. The last one left his fortune to two distant cousinu, Chlarlos de Perro. chel. a Paris cabdriver, and Auguste do Perroclel, who is a stableman in Paris. Since the Count's death the .legatees under tne other six wills had been fighting the last one made on the ground that the testator was thun suffering from souil , decay,

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BOWLS. A PENNANT COMPETITION. EAGLEHAWK BEAT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

JT ENANT COMPBEITTION. EAGL;h{AW1 BEAT BJ NDIGO. -T;;o a anmes were played in the -A pen 'iani.t coipetition W,¥ednesday.: On the Ben di o Green: a, earm fromn the local club met a team frofil Eagleliawk. Three rinks- were :iused a.:aid a oci each ::these the visitors `displayed excellicntifori, and defeated their opponents-by 'a: good ninajbrity.. On two lof:' the: links. the :::Bendigonians failed to imaike a: stand against ..the boroughites, who finished ?:vith leads of -27 and 19. The miost.. evenly-contested game was that be .:tween Rt? W. efffey's and. Dr,:'De- ,Ravin's teams. ,Scores:-. aaglehia vk :92 \atbhicson, P Snialle : Webst, Jef Irart tCaitford, dStewart, J S.malley.;:. :37 Ralih?i Di Lyons, ighimori M Clel a ?d . 28 SBendigo338 hall1Binks, Tatchell D,D : :De Ravin 19 armaia Cowling Hampton, losken... 10 Kink 'la per Darroch -Dr J. JD Boyd 9 O .H. BlENDIGO 3luEAT KYNEITON. 'Soi~di Beeidigo jot rneyed to; IKyneton defcicd the KVneton clil be? ocein .t in :.thze A pnntc...

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WEDDERBURN. 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

WEDDERBURN. .othI January. The financial statement for the past year was submitted at a meeting of the Wedder burn Literary Institute committee on Mon day evening:. It ,showed expenditure X192/ 10/6, and 'receipts .-T109/8/1. The latter amount did-not, include money received for hire of :lihll ?:vnd rooms: amounting to: .C8i/ 13/2. The `prlesent sum_ owing to deben ture loldersis is £773/13/4, and the net o~er draft a~t the:: jank of Australasia is -:125/ 18/2. The cost.of" 'building the itew: hall was £1236/14)5. There is a, balance of assets over liabilities of'of 530/8/1.:

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B.U.C.C. V. CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

B.U.C.G. V. CASTLEMAINE. A. match? was -played at Castlemaiiie on .: Saturday.::between .these teams .;Scores: .: . CASTLEMAINE. Irediile: b Thorpe ..:. ... .. 20 : Shelton, c Gould; b Thorpe .. 5 ? ;: M'Neel, c FHy. Glen, b Mac~kay 294:. Duinn b Thorpi ...e 1ft Freeman, lbuw b Mackay 15 M'Donald b .Thorpe . .. 1 Thompson, c rall; b :- Thorpe 0 Spowart, lbw; b Mackay . ? O'Sullivan;:. not odut:;.:. 0-. Sutlherland st. Gould, b Tliorpe 11 Barnes; b Mackay .1 Total 89l= :Bowling. C' Thorpe, ix for 36 ;E. Lethlban, none for 18; G Mackay, four for 33. B.U.C.C. - IIunh Glen, ii Sh:lton . 2; y J,. Stephens, e M'Neel; b. Barnes: 3 . " .,= :.5 = ,: .;.:,?': ?i :';.,::: ,.:;;: t ... - : ·:·; : F. Cole, c Iredale, b Barnes... 061 C. Thorpe. not out... .. ... 42 1iv. Glen, b Shelton . ... 9 T. Hall, b Shelton .. 1 '. Lethlean, c 3M'Neel, b;l' Shel-. ton ... ... ..... .. .. 0.O S . Gould, c :Iredale, b .Barnes..::; 3 G Mackay, lbw b M 'Neel .:. 27 i . MIackay, 0junr b b K-NI ..: 0 Total .. .. ....

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N.W.B.A. CHAMPIONSHIP. WON BY DR. H. A. DE RAVIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

1W X 3. CHXMPIONSHIP WON B DR II A DE RATVIA: chdiimiionship f the North western 3Bowlixg lmaoc'ntion :wa s p ei 'oni e th De Bnoiigo ivien lon ii tiituc afteroon< ifi n-- tihie p.c cic of -1ilarge ?uiiminibei of entluisiasU the oi.nstunt?sbei?g Dir: II A T : TDivin a d tr: ;'II 2f I': Leggb2 The grecni was in. cipit;i? ordei, anid .::ii finei; p,?y was wait eitesed:; i the ?iarly stages .the form of t 'i ielii -"'i- , ardiily uip to chainionblhip itiia.ardc but -ni the" lattei 'Ihalf son o splendid bowlinig w i? showni ? Leggo " cex :"jled ! it the sho. i beds wihilstI Do Ravin Sreiclisled thie long ends~:: Thldfoimeir, how eve r;hen hie ]l at .:the nia?, gefierlly lthure; Ihe backl for thiree-qu Lrtei to fuill: lentin iid? a fict. whldcl fivored D Ri vin s play £'aid it is sviprising that:, Leggo Lcrt not striva for, s:lorter:i :ends The .rcores Swre firlly i:een : up to ;the 13th - end, whien ti" totals stood iat ' il: all De Tivin c_"ored :4 it thei e'suin r two endis...

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THE RAILWAYS. KORONG VALE STATION. SCHEME OF IMPROVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THE RAILWAYS. KORONG VALE STIATION. SCHEME OF IMPROEMENI rS. Owing to the development of .traffic the, existing accommodation at Korong Vale station is totally, inadequate: for require ments, and in" ord .to overconime the diffi culty the Rajilways Conimissioneirs autho rised last year ann extensive scheme of iin nrovements with' the object of :providing necessary facilities for the economical and efficient conductt of business. ..The. wlorkL' was begun some weeks, ago, and ;about. 50 men are now, employed oilh the site. Trhe earthworks. are practically finished, and- a start ' has been 2made with the laying of the rails on the new, tracks. The scheme, provides for ' complete re-arrangement .,of the :existing tracks and 'the c6nstructioin of additional siding accommiodatioi:; thel earcc Stion of an 'island plitform witl tlhe new??. staition buildings, and sheltcr for passen ':er-; extelrsive; altcreationi to the existinig "roods- sheds, a vweighbridge, and crane; the' provision of ,...

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B PENNANT COMPETITION. ROCHESTER BEAT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

-B PENNANT C.OMVPE+TITION. ROOGFRSTP R `BEAT BENDIGO. i:tln the .B3 pennlnt competition -a team iepieientxni Boidigo wvas, at `liom `to the ocliester bolers on Weidnesday. On go t ;of thieG rinks p1Oa edr the visitors defeatthe laime teani and finished witvi it u;aority of 4-66 to 62.Appended are. th© riiikscores ]Tochester-66 Rev T P. Rocreis,r'Ising, ;C Ilaisman, Dr. ~0 mLea, . d i Lc: ..' .' ** ura ý :wel`1 ilbe oBt S <ainani 16 ilum iuis Auinto Fitz erald Jane. 3 ,Sialley, Roberts. Baker Trediuniclc 1i till iifn =Fremii' `Surdeiland Pearce 5(1 .Dr :Greei"; urý .Leggo gCalCohm 1)}

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WYCHEPROOF. 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

WYCHEPROOF. 30th January   It has been reported that the high winds that prevailed during the earlier part of the week have caused a great deal of trou ble along the railway line; roads ,and water channels. Places between Wycheproof and Sea Lake, especially near large areas of fallowed land, were impassable on account   of the sand drifts. At one place near Nullawil the sand covered the railway line for some distance, and the train had to be detained foran hur until the sand was         shovelled away. Water channels have also been silted u, and this has somewhat in terfered with the strong flow of water that has been running in the channels lately. Stinkwort is beginning to make its ap- pearance in Wycheproof South, and farmers are being advised to take immediate   steps to destroy the week before seeding   time. All the candidates at Wycheproof, who recently went up for ambulanc...

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KANGAROO FLAT. 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

KANGAROO FLAT. atlh Jantmiry. 'Th memnibers c of the ]3en ligo '.C"-iti zens' Chalrity Club gave a si.ucess= ful a lid eCljoyvabloe oncert last: night iii tlche Oddfellow.s' Hall, langaroo Flat. Thler''. was' 1 a very fair .Attaciidancc . The first: pa'rt of th? e u;roagrainr;e took the form of a? minstrel centertainment.l Mri . ET. M'r ,isoU it';:ed :as ii terlocutter, and the. corn i '.: Ixea wc : e t:'.- oBohs ' Mcssrs. R... :3iurlndsi ad?. 'IR Plati be; t.i nbo , Memssrs..J: IKindcr and SIT Ci'ry.: 'h1? choruses; part soligs, wit tic:isuis ,,lid otiher items were" heartily ap plauded. Ballads were pleasingly ren-   dered by Messrs A. Farmer, E. Moon, H. Barkoll and F Hocking. A "Ragtime"       duet. by .Messrs; Farmer and Burland was   much appreciated, and a - sentimental duet was also contributed by Messrs. Hocking     and Farmer. Humorous: songs , were ren-   dered in fine ...

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ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ORCHARD. Orchardists will be busy for the next month or two fruit picking, but that work should not interfere with summer culti- vation, which is important, as we pointed out last week, - particularly in a dry spell such as the present. Whether wet or dry, or whether orchards are irrigated or not. cultivation of the surface soil is as essen- tial to healthy trees and well manured fruit as moisture itself. The main object should be to maintain the surface soil in a fine tilth, which is best done with a gar- den scarifier or field harrows. A few seasons back, when bitter pit was so prevalent amongst apples, the theory was formed that they were more subject to it at a certain stage, when after a long spell of dry weather heavy rainfalls set in or that trees were irrigated. Mr. John Osborne, the Tasmanian horticultural expert, in speaking upon this subject some three or four years ago, said it was recog- nised that a heavy fall of rain or an in- judicious watering following upon a long,...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THE MARKETS. ow - BENDIGO STOCK* MARKET. Tuesday, 27th January. Cattle.--A reduced penning of cattle cane Xorward for to-day's sale, the total yarded bo ing 508 head, representýig 17 trucks, with tlhe addition of a fair proportion by road. The supply was the worst representation of qual ity that has been yarded for some time past, the bulk consisting of medium and nonde script. sorts, cows being in large percentage, with only an .odd pen or so of prime bullocks distributed through the market. Any good sorts, especially clean heifers and cows, met with good competition at rates from 5) to 101 in advance of last iveek's quotation, but other grades were unaltered.. Up to" £1112/6 was obtained for odd weight bullocks. while to £7/15/ was reached for cows. Two Mel bourne buyers bought well in old cows, but apart from -this local butchers only picked up odd primo beasts to barely satisfy their re quirements until next week. -Best be2f on the leg was making between 24/6 and 25/6 per 1001b....

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RAYWOOD. FARMING AND MINING. BOROUGH COUNCIL'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

RAYWOOD. PAInTING AND MINING. B OROU'GH COUJNCIL'S POSITION. (BEy Our Special Reporter.) Busier times than these have becn cx Tcriccced in the township of Raywood. Thcy were, however, in the early mining booms. Trade may, now. be quieter from the exter nal appear.'aIce, bitt it may be more solid, and io doubt, is more permanent than the flutters created by miniing excitement. Of course,, mning'. is not to be despised, and the .,tradespcol'e and all well-wishers of RP.ywood are .sincerely hoping that prohtt able resalts :nly. be ;obtained from the new levels bxiing opened out at the bottomn of the, shaft at: 800fti. at the Now. Nil Des :erarduni ,niic" : It ?ii,; in: fact, mining-. that was respon sible for the lyirth: of Raywood as a centre in the :'earl]y :sixties., Till then the dis trict wa:4l but "a sheep walk, and too much of the surrounding country has even to the. present day been set aside for sheep pa:sturing, to permit Raywood developing in to the agricultural trading cent...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. JONES (nee Lane).-On the 8th January, 1914, at her residence, Malcolm-street, Quarry Hill, the wife of Mr. T. P. Jones-a son   (Alfred George). OSBOURNE (nee Coakes).-On 26th January, at 49 Nicholson-strcet Ballarat, to Mr. and   Mrs. F. W. Osbourne-a son. MARRIAGES.   HOSKEN-McKOWNE.--On the 31st, December, at the residence of Cr. Wm. C. Kidd,     by the Very Reverend Dean MacCullagh, George Wallis Hosken to Margaret Winifred McKowne. Present address-"Innisfail,"   Thorpe-street, California Gully. At   Home Tuesday and Wednesday, 3rd and 4th February. LAUNDER-STIRTON.-On the 25th of   December, at the residence of the bride's     sister, North Melbourne, by the Rev. Wesley Johns, Percy Albert, youngest son of   Mr. T. Launder, of North Melbourne, to Jessie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Stirton, ...

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BENDIGO HIGH SCHOOL. EXAMINATION SUCCESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

BENDIGO H Ghf SCIOOL,. EKAMINATION iSUCCESSES. i At :the Decemebr examniiiations of the :: Melhourne University five students from the a.bove school;. passed the- senioir ana. 26 the -i-junior' public examination, while~ '20 others :passed in., tlie "block. of; four, or..nmore sub. eets, "whici enititles: them: to complete their p sses .at ;any. subseqient'examinaton. Iu a?drditiii :sveni t"stidents -.qu alified for 'te? Federal : obrci tftoi".public service, and four S;::? Tri inin College stuidentships, whm i~c carry a fee .?tJUnive'siity course. This total '- fi2 suiccessful students is i highly credit able, to ?.the chool staff, especially wh,' :iic cetnsidrhs :ihow the work.: of the schiolA hliasib en i ldipei d- by::the witu ',of suitable accornimodation.: Th0o: newiibu'ilding n.ow ra:pidlyV iearingi compietion :contains over S`r'o-n s. :It: should .be r- eady for occul;a .tilon.~iiy ii thle year, and.puplils will t~Cu v:-.iwrk.i under; ideal ... conditions: The. ful .Ilolwiig...

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MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 31st January. DIEAIL RIOSALIND, '.lhc' social aspect of things is devoid o: ai.ytlting interesting, much less esciting. A fieiw folks are drifting biack to Mel Lourno from rTasmania, the seaside, etc. be.causo school holidays are drawing tc i close, but they are neither entertaining nor being entertained. There was a little excitement one day this week, when H[Tlarry HIawl.ker, the clever young Australian airman, elected to make an aerial triip, and flew over \1elbourne. It was a pretty sight to see for the move n:ent of hii machine is like the easy beau tiftil flight cf sonie great bird.. But this was soon over, just a. flash iii the pan. :;nrl of cou'se canllot be described as a social happening. 'rhose who have met Mr. hlawker tell mi: hr- is very nice, quite un ailfctld, and with a very attractive iran n r. A lso, for the benefit of those who Elke a ihandsomne hero, I may niention that lie is a really good-looking mnan, vwith clear cut features,...

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OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa.") The weather is keeping fine, but the alter- nately hot and cold days furnish, a problem as regards dressing. One needs to think of this before starting on a holiday. Bendi- gonians who are away write to say that warm garments are indispensable and that the   finest days' finish up with chilly evenings; so. much so that fires are absolutely necessary in some places. To-day a party left Bendigo together for Melbourne--Mrs M'Cormick, Mrs. Beckett,   Miss C. and Miss H. Beckett, Miss P. Boyd. Mrs. M'Cormick is joining her daughter, who is shopping for her trousseau. On Thursday Miss Molly Macoboy returned to Melbourne to take up her musical studies again; and last week Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holmes motored down to Brighton. Mr. Sternberg is with Mrs. Phil Cohen in Syd ney; Mrs. T. N. Woodward, Mrs. Levy and Mrs. Howell are at Brighton. Two informal evenings were given recently one by Miss, L. Mackay and another by   Mi...

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ECHUCA. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ECH U CA. 28th Juanuar . When returningt from the Torrumbarry races and -sports this evening Mr. F. O. Wallin was driving his motor car, accom-     panied by Mr. Matthew Skelly. At a rough place in the road near Echuca, Mr. Wallin lost control of the steering wheel, and the car dashed into a fence and over- turned. Mr. Skelly was rendered uncon- scious, and is suffering from severe con- cussion of the brain. Mr. Wallin escaped with a few bruises. Dr. Moss is attending to the patients. 29th January. :The Mayor (Cr. C. Vines) to.day received :? a' comniunication from the Chief Secretary's department stating., that it had been de c.dedc not to abolish the Ecluici Easb police station, au had been contemplated by tlhe Chief Cominissioner of Police. The Prenier's reply to the deputation which waited upon him on Friday from ELchiuca regarding an advance of an instal. mnent of the loan of £15,503 for waterworks, ias :given much satisfaction to the people here. It i...

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

OBITUARY. The death took place on 26th ult. of an old colonist, in the person of Mr. William Augustine O'Meara. He was born at Garrymore, County Tipperary, Ireland, and sailed for Australia when 26 years of age. After an eventful voyage of four months in a sailing ship, he landed in Melbourne in 1856. He resided in Melbourne, and for a time followed up contracting and other work in the Western district. In 1878 he selected land at Kerang East, where he lived for 32 years. Later on he purchased more land at Tragowel, where he carried on mixed farming until three years ago. He then left his land and came to reside with his nephew in Bendigo, where he died as already stated. The funeral took place on Tuesday to the White Hills Ceme- tery, leaving his nephew's residence, Lobb- street, at 4 p.m. It was attended by a large number of sorrowing friends. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. J. H. O'Meara, G. G. O'Meara (nephews), R. Harding, and F. Urbin. The Rev. Father Tehan read the burial ser...

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