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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

SStyle... Supremacy In Corsetry! A/fer much tribulation of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinctive note in dress have found the haven of satisfaction is only al II rained by wearing French Corsets No other make is possible to the woman who seeks the true fashion note of style and effect, because French. Corsetierres are the only' authoritative " style creators-they have too much originality to imitate, as they are imk tated by less experienced ma ers. The finest French Corsets are the world famous sV Rustless Corsets. r ALL DRAPERS , ?,.sELL T"HEM. g .?. BEVAN AND MARTYN, TRAVELLING 7'.." V PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARE PREPARED TO VISIT ALL COUNT VY CINTREIL BOUNTRY WEDDINGS A SPECOIALITT PERMANTENT ADDBgSb- V1H View -street, BendVg,

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A USEFUL POLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

4A TJISETFUL POLISH. ;A p'bli h tlhat :may :b?e .sed; for :floors; i.and' `fuiilitii'ti is mnade o f equal parts . ,of 'biin??ar. i)Oiled linsekd,?il; hni?d ,iethylafed spsirit, Where th" polisha s hcj W iio off thi-- renws it,'i 'aid wvhenits is ~vi:s : rui bbed in it g;ivces - hi.likni; nt iirfa-ce .Lo ;the floro :i-: ?

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DEATH OF MR. JOHN YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

DE)TII OF MR. JOHN YOUNG. M:i'. Johin Young, fariner,, grizier iMiand rolidiaidist; 'of Sedgwick diedi:d iat his resiR: dience ?ni Fiday eveningi The deceased gentlemian was a North of liclaud' man, - butt had bee iin Viutorian'for~ c lose on Y50 years;::i and halid spent zlinxo :of:. that; itiifio??i f in the.Hacouiit andSrSedowichk dis?ricts ..le A.f5 70' :yeairs of sage andd \ wds vell ku lioi and hi gh l]1 esteemed in his wn owiiimiedivitc nieigib'oirhood Iin B:eidigo,:i and :i byi ibmany pcople ini otlior pats of the St?ate Wh.n Jhe -lauided ;in idtoiia.lie went to. :reside::: iith 1is uncle,.:the late r. Dvid.Young?-i iio then, lived it l-arcour l.He ?soon ac?quiied iland f6o J{liusilf at Sed)giick, hre'i heRin ade aliie hIf6nie anid reai ed, faniily of eight sonis ai?s fo?xir daiUgolite?si F .or a 2:,numbeii of yeai,?~ lie x :Ws ime r of: the Sti.tlhfielidsaye Shire Conil i:id:. was a'anl ox-presidelit of' the sll ife .Fauiling,-if I emith- cauised .hini to .givIe up Piubilic...

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POMPAPIEL. 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

POMPAP IL. 4Cth Februr'y, 'The local school comnmitteo hns had na deal floor placcd in f the girlsA' shclt:or shed. nlso a sliding door on thoe.shell. It is also erecting a wire-netting fence round the school garden. Tile school is overcrowded, thlere being 40 children now in attendance, and £ccommodation only for 32, so an ef fort is being made to get several more dual desks from the Education departlinient. I\Ziss Pearson is temporarily in charge of Serpentine State School. vice Mr. Stielow, who has been c transferred to Shepparton. Mr. D.. M'Cauley's tenderi for the erec tion of the Meclihanies' Institute at Bea-r' s Lagoon has been accepted, and work :is to be commenced immediatitely.:" ' 5th ;Februiary,. After such a long dry spell thle wu ater lnpply is getting low,i most:'of tlihe hoiso tanks being now empty. The Waraniga Mallee : channel is much appreciated,· and people would be in a bad way, withotih it.: Much anixiety is felt over the Loddon stp ply, as any da ns nortli of...

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QUAMBATOOK. 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

Q·UAM BATrOO"K. S 2nd Febliuiy. M1I,-J .S.: O'Donnell, n n 6ld residenl'ioff Oakvale, h1aving disposed of his farn?n;conr sistini? of 4'00 acres,, to Mrs. M Nolain b:hias_ decided: to tiake viland in New Sodith :Wales atl Malwala.. T he residents t·endered" hlimin a fjarewell: social. attlheoakvae Oakyl Schliool- last wee?ki aiid piesented , i witi a.: uin b oprse iti tainin u,30 JOsovreigns.: Cr. Johi Coglian imade the presentation ~Uh to? date; 52,000 'bags of hi at have been tiaansferied from hete to Melbonineii 1i George C. JBenett, of Qumbabtook ha ibeenh ajpolin ted oflicial assignee of insllo v {nt estaties in the Quambaxtool dlistrict9

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RAYWOOD. 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

*RAYWOOD. 4th Fcbruaiy. Th'e whcat trade is Klackeninc off, al though the spice all iound the station is now cirowdeci with wheat awaiting transit, as no tiucks hive been av ailable *foi the past week. 6th Tebruary. WVATER RACn.- Mi1' IfztICS, ML. C., yeSter* day ireceived the following lcttcr from the Water Commission: - "Adverting to y our lettei relative Lo the request of the Neil borCuouih East and Whiirakec League foi the extensionl of the IRaywood race 'to Whiirrakee, the conunission berts to inform' you that ]havinc' fully consxdered the mit ter. it~ cannot see its way to grant the reouest, as the present a ea berved by the Colibin scheme is as gieat 'is it waiianted by the stoiage capacity of thc work. "~

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ROCHESTER. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

ROCHESTER.M Si F ebinaif A LW?eein or thel?diiectoi's of thei ?Re0 a;ts te Co-ooperaivie 1Buttei ain O-Caninig . JLtd 'wd s hlicd oii .batuiy Mr ge (clintri an 0of direciors) presilifi e.Mcsrs C le'ik C~heth~di Macauley, Worne<r ei Muidocd he'inla. allso piveslita %Tiwen i i .2rplicatiions wte :re receifd :for .tlie .i?ooitu. o0f secrita?Fy :inid tstere t ?id J. F Eit 'i of Boolr'. Gippand,: iwas. a;ppointed.; Messrs (Cheethani : Fidge-aid Mac?- tey? erie :appcilintd a commnittee \to ircprecciit trhe coimpary in: thl e? vnt f anj pdh lid finictio beig .heldi coin eoiietio with the ruids'*clos excrOl.on . ' lie" l]'Cn1mi of:: the didu e iseassiffs as~si pl co. on W~Vedaneday,- illth:ilns;i. but blrds: ar .very?;~scaree cverywher~,I 2inot of tie di'strict sw:imps beiiag odryi. oiivki i;T?as iii Norw :.Soui]th VWlls, are cs li die wtlh~.l li);tck bu; spo ts o "a timiidaiat;ur:e 'Lcisliic e fl?Lic" acciionm?ayniio snakes TnTwo imenr ih-e hvekill:; I 5.O samkes the?0'receinly....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. SThe Property of theo Pesbyterian Church .-.-. an-:nof Victoria. :T Established in 1875, . 0Prinbcipal WILLIAM GRAY, MA., oB.Sc. The Scope and Aims of the CollegeJ in brief summary show: 1:- lit T schols r/e ai dmitted tol i the Khinder-n S gaistcn and Preparatodry Departments Sfrom 5 years of age. S. i:That thene is accommodation for about S 70 l Boardeinrs in two houses, one for Senior, the other for Junior Scholars. Speciia.' provision for little children. Resident French and German gover nesses; anlso Specialist in Physical Cut ti..Th Medical supervision. 3. That stutdents are prepared for all pub :: slic: x inations, and for entrance to alln : the p?rofessional courses at the Utniver sity The ordinary curriculum offers a large number of optional courses, in cluding a commercial course. 4.That Music, Art, Calisthenics, Domestio, Arts and Science have a prominent place, are· wvell provided for, ...

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STRATHALLAN. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

STRATHALL.AN~ 6th Fobhiriary. S'rATIIL1 8uoCoi.,--Settle?rs: ait ;-Stra tl allani lilvc m beatu for: somin timn :.exprieCsing dissatisfac'tion -at, thli abL-cnce "f?1ai,. sch'uool foi:. their chiildren. .They dochcluad yesir rda'v t. itliO:: M.initeri tlhat a:? scihool .would accdoniiiiodatel : la.rg niumbei::of .settleri' Slhildilen: nowv: tltni ,i: bridgeh :luid 1l buitj 1; over- thle Cil-aspe. A schdol liad :c 1 r .1o miuisedb-c thelr a .loni " tiine ago: I. ?Ti Mm ister :for Ldication (Sir X :Alex Peacock) vre. plied ·tU1ig, som:n dicficulty hiad c.bcn: icauseWl. regardiu'• a site, but that difficulty hhd :.now bee:1 overcome. iAutlhority to crect a school had bbeen givenil, and the Public aYorks de iartnient ?was now calluing or tenders. " Ltiter. Mir . I M lKnzie M i.I.. l'as been asj sured by the Education department that th;lie Public. Works department will inviteo tenders for .the new school at Strathallan next week.

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SWAN HILL. 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

SWAN HILLS 5th Fubruary. PeNTAT IsLAND.--Tlhe Council ofAgri cultural Education yesterday decided that the comimittee aplpointed by thle council shofild visit. Pcutnal Island in connection with the application by the sett;lers that; I.hei, leuas4c should l, incrca?ed to 30 years. T'heo. visit will le mnadc on 23rd inst. MrI. F. A. rStIcct, wh1o lha, for the pa?t four years been imanager of the Swan. Hill brunch of the BanJk of Victoria, has been trnuferred to .ITamiltou. "il1o will (cayi our correspondent) be much Inised in 'ipct in circles, and eslpecially by the cricklet and golf clubs. 1lI left, for Hamilton ou Wadne, sday. 6th February. On Wednesday last; the shire president (Cr. T.. Standan), accompanied by Crs. I. Grey. Chambers and Robcrts, and.the sbire enineer (Mr. A. W. D. Brown), paid a visit of inspection to the Fresco Estate, and were shown over the property by the companv's secretary. The party was much imuressed by t!he progress already made in construction worl: by t...

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WEDDERBURN. 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

WEDDERBURN. 6th February. At the meeting of the local A.N.A. on Tuesday night. it was decided to devote the whole of the proceeds of the annital sporfs 'gathering, to be held at an early date,: to the Inglewood Hospital.

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NOTABLE PERFORMANCES BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

SNOTABLE PERIFORMANCE BATTING. . Dene Mo; re (Y.M.C.A.),, not out ...; -;12 ;T :P. M~assey (Y.M.C.A.) ...... . SGould (B.U.C.C. S.). .. .. 50 -J Liglitfoot (B.U.C.C. S.) ... ... 3 W. Cookf!(BF.UC.C.O. S.) ......... .....30 BOWLING.,.. * ;W Cook (B.U.C.C: Southern) .. 2 for 6 -.: Caulfield (St. Kilian's) ..: .;.: .. 4:for 18 8:S.; C1arleswvorth :(St. ; ili:n's) .;,3 -for 22 SG Ninhis (Comrades) ... ....... 3 for 21

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CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

CRICKET. BENDIGO, DiSTRICT A::SSOCIATION. r1he':lirihtic~ coniditidniS Wednesday were entervatihg, aniid they. .had a depressing ef :: dct onti:the cricketers .participating in the Benhigo District A:ssociation matches, the fieldsmenir lacking energy, and-.the bowling, a : fter .the firs~t few :.overs,. being devoid of :life. in th?l i ppe?ije Reserve -Y.1 M.CA. mete tie" Cmonirades, and battino first, occupied tthe- wickets t ll the r:'fternoon. for 298 -runs ...forL six :? ickets..: - .:. fBack Creek t-:h'lie 1 BII:.U .C. ';Sohitlirn anid: St. Tibalian'sleveins t- iied co nclhisions: T:he ?• reagtet :interest. ::.centr.d'd in :tliiS"f game;, for the result ,will ': li ve 'an .impdrtant bea'ring onl;the positibon ::of the clubsi in tlhepreurniieiship listi :: Tlhe :-:iSc.uitherners had first :use of tlie Wickets, :'and comrplied .195 runs.::'- St. Kili'in s, ·-in .the: shiort tioie they: hadto :bat,.; lost thlree -: viclets :for 23 iruins.' Therne matches -vill be conclided toni ao...

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"B" PENNANT COMPETITION. BENDIGO (80) BEAT SOUTH BENDIGO (52). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

"B" PENNANT COMPETITION... BENDIGO (80) BEAT SOUTH BEN DI(GO (52). SThe "B" pennant competition was ad vanced- another stage Wedn6eday 'afteinoon. when twoo ganies were played. : The Soiutl Bendigonians. were at home ti ai ateam'i from Benidigo,, and an interesting :gaime of" *three" rinks ivas played. Oin- two; ' ut if theio threic rinks the visitors iroved ; vie tri(ous, whils the cotitt owi the: other ink proved .; drm.^ Scores: B;.ndig6--80. i -owlin, Mackay, Suniderlnd, Hiney, bone .::, 29 Smalley,. Roberts, :Bailey,:TIdinnick 31 Dr. .:Gieohi~een,, Lego Clii ? ..20 South. BLendigo 52. -;. ¶Taylor Kitkby, Pascoe; Bi hop;... i ;I.i Tayloi, Flihgh, WillsVWelch':l. "... :orbhuiy, .1eywvood, Robertson'i Wales 20 SEA-LEHAWEK BEAT ROCHLSTE1c i; The Eaa-leliawk "B" teauniwere at home i<o Rlochester Wedn.esday, a ir affcer a very eiijoya ble game, Athe locals ?)dwoniri by 1 i:. :poiInts, due mainly-. to the good bowling of rtlho locils at- the No 33 riiiil'?. lie reen Swas in...

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BOWLS. "A" PENNANT. CASTLEMAINE BEAT WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

BOWLS.% ? i ? ? ? :;. i? !: ?: ?9 ii ? :?: "'A" PENNANT CAQ'.liEMAbhdI N BALT WOODE N]) Tlhe ipost oned inatel. itie No:j t6rthi west, crnl "A" pen4an 11lt ocompetition? ooki.k place- Wedneid?y: btwe? en .Cast~linaiEci and Wood eIiid: at Woodenld O.wOim ??nto iiemei.sot the W.ood,}1id- tean-. In?,i- o ai.ttiteid :? ?fineral, 'i the oaino did-nlct. stait ulitil 4(iM 9 l0lhe ,game retsultid "an : enisygwl i or; Castle. maine blr% 78 tO ;60.:. C itloeii in oix'o . '?t. every rink Ihe results to ate hOw; tiat Sooith Be?idibgo -are sti1i iete, hilinig ivoun the :whole of tlieir Eia?? latfed. There are.still foiur ni tcies to ?e dp?ay,; and as Sofith Jendigo t nlt Eagle hawk, Bendigo;:aiid'; C iste lne a??(iay frdmr:m home, thie.prolikbilities are. Atha~ey inay lose' one ore onore of th? remauinin fixtures. . Pld: :on.: .0Lost: - South. Benddgo. 6.6 O gigelhnaivk... . . . Castlemaino 6 .. 3 Benidigo '..7 - 6. 3 Kyneton, ... 6. .. . 1 5 WoogJend .. .6 5

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SWIMMING. BENDIGONIAN DISQUALIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

- SWIMMING. S3ENDIGONIAN DISQUALIFIED.I A Swinlming Carnival was held at, St. Kilda; :baths Thursday. Thea attendance" - was: fair. Results: -880 Yards ::Ohampioii Sshi~-F. .,Beaurepaire ,: I;?M.:C.A., 1 C. Powell. Meielbourne, 2; G. W.2 Morris; A.l bert Parki 3. :.Won by O0: yards. -: Time 12 man. 35: 1-5.sec. :100 Yards ~ anldicap F. C., Yallins; Footscray,; 15 ydsr 1; F?i W. Jackson, Brighton. 13 yds. 2 i ?.G. David son. Footscray, 13 yds:, 3. Won by two feet. Time-il mini 10 3-5.see '100 Yards Champiionshil?-J. Stedman, Melbourne; 1; F. G. :Stubbs, Albeit Park?i, 2; F. W. +Ma son. Melbouirne, 3. Won by three-quarters : of a, length. : Time-il mih. 1 see. 440 Yards Country Championshi? --R. Ca Wal" lace (3endig6) was the first to pass the tape, buit; hev Wvas disqualified because hle touched on one occasion outside the rope. ie in.: tends to ·appeal;: C. A. Stevens, Geelong, was second; rF. Beechervais%, Geelong, 3; Tr M. Storrr, Geelong, 4.

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SATURDAY PENNANT. BENDIGO BEAT SOUTH BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

:?:? .,=SATUELDAY ,PENNAN :... ' 3BENDIGO -BEAT ,SO.UTH BENDIGO. 1 Tlihe ae:. 'etw:een Soutli.. Bendigo andui Bbudioa, on the oio.ti:ererr club's "grcen oai Saturday, proved a most interesting one. Two -rinks were played, and on each of thliese the visixtors. succedeed in garnin, a victory afteir: keen contest. The rink scoies were:- Bend jgo---48. Mlendoiza, Were, ?Cark-°Austen , .. ... 23 Rolberits J. :D. Boyd. Farnman,, Freenial 25 South Tiendi-Ao0. Cock,: Slttery,; A. T.. Wnad, 'Laidler 20 Cowlin;, ."intrstr, ,ti Gar 'ndrier .... 20 EAGLTERA WK BEAT :BENDIGO :NO. 1. :Eaglehlwlk's win in this gaime. wvas due to Reed's team on the No. 2 rink. which sihowed :itself to-,be too stroizg for IHaTrvey's c'mbiaiiitioin. The Bendigo men generally played a more open game than tlheir oppo nents, though Richardson 'did soime good drawiln sllots Recd. the Eagiebawk can tain, was genierally very accurate inl hiis play, and was assisted well-by his team. pat' ticularly M'Gormick and iHart. - Eg...

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B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN V. ST. KILIAN'S B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

:.U C C. S.QOUTIHER .: V-.: ST. KIIl/N'S.' S-B:U.C.C. SOUTHIERN. SFirst Innings. W Cbok;, co and b :Hubbard .. .70 " J. S tephens, c :aind b Hubbard 5 V. Liglit.foot, ,o huibbari :d, Clulr lesworth ... .. ... ... ... 46 G. Ma-ckay, e Kirby, b Caul field ....... .. T. Hall, b GIharlesworth ...... 0O G. Gouild. b Cauffield .. . 50 1. M'Col, c Watts, b Charles w orth ... ... ... ..... ... .. J,. Alexander, b o'oreter . ., 27 T. Leed, b Caulficld ... ... ... 2 WV. Bell, not out... ...... ... 4 It. M.'Dtougall, b Caulfield ....2 Sundiies ... ..o2 Total' . .d . ...13 Bowlinr.--E. :Ilubblard, tMw for. 43; J. Forster. .one for 65i ;S. Cliariesworth?l? tLrc foro 22; J. Cdulficld forfo i 18; R.I rL.I:h. ards, nmine for 10; Co',b TnioiC e·?o 17. S'1 ICILIANS8 First ILnningifi; ,?e : . J. Forstci c Ste nsliens, b ic Davidson bl Cook . . ...L H. Cxir b Cook .. . , , . C .. * G. T(irby, not out. T. WRtts not out .. . Th :irefor. .. . . .. . SS *Bowl Aig.---G. Mackay oe for 17 VV. Cook, twgo for 6...

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POULTRY NOTES. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

P?OULT~Y NOTES. (By "Feather.") TO CORRESPONDENTS. "'I.S.~'-'1) As there are no Barred Rock breeders advertising in these columns at predent. I cannot say. Rock breeders should advertise. (2) Yes, the Wyandotte is a doiod table bird, also a good iayer. "J.H."-(1) I could not publish the re cords of your l irds, but if your strain is so good you would have little trouble in win nmin all the egg laying competitions. 2'r. I do not k ow of any strain. (3) An ave rae of 180 ?ggs .per pullet is considered eood on most reliabla poultry farms, and: about 140 for second season hens.

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Y.M.C.A. V. COMRADES. Y.M.C.A. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914

cY.MAC.A. V. COMIADES. - Y.M.C.A. : SFis? Innings .D. Moore not out :.: .:;. ... ... 124 Huigh Glein, st. Ninnis; b W. Brown ... .... .. ... ..~. 6 3 "" lyJ. - ylyhovW, : Matthews ..-...: ..: :3 H. .:Upstill, Ibw, b Prince .. .:. 29 ly.: Glent c sub. b Nanik.ervis 10:. H. Trembatli thrown oui ... ;- 7 T. P. Mnassey b Ninnis ... ....,.. 89 : D• 3. Cook; c and b Kinnis 4. . ,A. Jorgenseni' c and b Ninnnis... 0 3. :Elliott, not Qut ... . . : ...: 7 . Sundries •. 1. : .,. ... ., 0 10 Eight wickets foi· 8..... 8 Bowling. .-- Ninnis,, three ::or 21; Mattbhews, one .for 78; WV." rown, on-. for ,6. Prince. cne fo ,44; NanlkerVis .one for -27; .ishiop,. none -foil 19; Smith, -noe,: for 19; DaykHin, none. for 44.

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