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ROMANCE OF THE SEA. DERELICT BARQUE FOUND. PRIZE CREW WORKS HARD. Port Pirie, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ROMANCE OF THE SEA. IDERELICT BAB QUE FOUND. : PRIZE CRLW WORKS HARD. : Port Pirie, 1st January. :Members of the crew cf the steamer Clan Grant, which has arrived from Liverpool, relate that, in the Bay of Biscay, the Nor wegian barque Fredsael, an iron vessel of 900o tons, was discovered, abandoned, and was towed to Vigo, on the coast of Spain. While steaming through the bay on the morning of 23rd October, a vessel, ap parently in distress, was. sighted, -and Captain Lcslie, master of the Clan Grant, steered i iits direction. The Fredsael was drifting towards the coast, and there was no sign of life on loard. The storeroomn aft was ablaze, the main mast had gone. and there was a large hole in the main deck. Captain Leslie decided to put a prize crew on the Fredsael, arid Mr. Giles, chief officer, the inird officer, the carpenter, and 10 Lascar firemen were selected. Owing to heavy seas the task of getting aboara the barque was extremely dangerous, but it was eventuilly accomplished...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

SCOTCH COLLEGE, MELBOURNE. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VIC'TORIA. Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys ha e passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branches of a LIBERAL EDUCATION. THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR .ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGES. WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PHIYSICW and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJEC(I'S The Pupils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK. In the BOARDINGHOUSE the number o° boys, for reasons of health, and -comfort, is limited to 80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys--in most oases for two. The Principal has the assistance of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Cricket and Football Field, of seve...

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DESTRUCTIVE BUSH FIRE. CAUSED BY LIGHTNING. RAIN SAVES SITUATION. Wangaratta, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

DESTRUCTIVE BUSH 'FIRF. CAUSED BY LIGHTNING. -IRAIN SAVES SITU.&TION. Wangarattai, 31st December. ,Disnatrous fires have raged in the •Lcice byand Griet? distridts; and have restilted in :heavy losses b'ing stifered by ,,various farmers. While a thunderstormu was in i.rogress a dry tre? was-struck by light r.n g. '?'he' long grass was ignited, and' }as therme was a itroq~ wind blowing tl: flamnes 'swept ill . before them. * Mr. P.: Kearncy lost 400 acres of grass and four stael:s of oats, contailning abo-it, 5(f-toils. Mr..` Kearney's family had a' c:arrow ",scape. They weire forced to leave the homestead and seek shelter on the road. The fire came up to the yall of the buildini?, but the structure, was saved after hard fighting. Mr. Gee. Smith, of Greta, lost- 70 acres of standing crop, lhichl was ready- for the harvester, und in addition two stacks of wheat and ?ats. Mr: CarMiicnhael lost 30 acres of stooked crop, and thousands of acres of grass were burnt, as well as a sm...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE RAILWAYS. HARVEST-HANDLING RECORD. Melbourne, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

THE RAILWAYS, IIARVEST-IANDLING RECOR D. Selboturne, 5tli Januiary, SWhoat ~ is iow:r uslinug fromi the- coiuntiy: to th!i city nibstly for exporit;~. ia Wil liailstownl: r cwvIrecords h.ac1 bleei.estab; -lislied tlis stason; . .Nii bei of 'b nga loaded on 1railway ytrttksc "p ;to Sliitiayda?, incliinsit,; i.s .l,114,149,. .ag'iist :15 735 -b;igsi loided- i: .the coi'res O': plin gp- riod afi-lie" 1912- 13 season. The iubi1il of a st ackced:- at stations on .Satirdaiy ? ? .497 ,603; s against 88,056 stackedil n hie: cori;rsponding day last yeai'-Tieav at s coliin mostly from thiinojertihn , fiohrtli-eastern: and GouIlbirn SValley li ii On Pr?:iday 1 ?6447 I' ags of wheat wer 'loaded.Ilhis cousiitns it'sa record in the-. 'i, tdli.nof1 ran 1 iin -Yctoria Tlihe recori vwhichl has"Been :b'.roken was made on 20th Jana 3y- 1.90I : . whlen 107,235 bags were loaddi On::::? iti rday, a short day, 138,683 bagsi were loaded into trucks. QSo far: everything lias gone smoothlly . itl'theth great...

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A DAINTY SUMMER DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

A DAINTY SU MMJ L DRESS. This is ono of the daintiest "of: theo new Toile dresses I haveo econ,? Oid is6: meant to. be carried out in pale-grcy, with collar, and ciuffs of cream canvas, ;embroidercd in green and ccrier. The viery dainty little vest is filiely tucked cream £chiffou, witih chiffon frills;,i tid decorated wit" tinyv round ccrise buttons.r . Thlore is also a: ceriso patent leathecr:,belt Trio silk sunshade is. cerise l so.:- ThrliJ1, Frerich sailor hat is white. covered {with gicy -si k tulli and triimnied :with a band or green velvet' aud clustec's of zcpe cherries.

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HARVEST HAND ROBBED. MAN COMMITTED. Melbourne, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

HARVEST HAND ROBBED. ' MAN COMMITTED. S-Melbource,. 5th Januar '. .Evidrcicc regagrdng" a countryman's niad- . ii??ght `-olkW . in -,lMelbourne was given a :a thlo ';City ::Court. this morning by Detective it. .iliely, w3hen L- ]rnest Jamces, a yoouug ian, Zppeareptd on i chlrgo of assault. and iobbnry 4A ricninld ias gianited .itdil Wednesday, iail biiig ?illoi6(ed inioiio surety of 3£10i rnd J3 nc;s int i: like :mount: oiet)ective Kiely istatedi that the complain ant,; lrdiank Howu ili ? ::was a harvest ta'iud, .and on::SnSatird : tcalched the cit;y from. S in -H.ill wifth: £7/10/ in Is pocket. .Ie _',lke"d "; lirtorglii:?. the l park to Rich mond obis.wol o lev.-i irntendcd stopping, out..' :wh:,hei -ireac0het?t there it w?:as midnight, a 'i the house w`ias closed:- E t:: uaik d: :li?k ;il?i6t:.ei Y iuri Bank road :ind soie tilie tiftelr midiight w ts accoated by two: ?nen, oiine cfiwhiom .'he had: since d::enti? Sfiecl .is: Jacs: They :knocked hini down 1chrd stol £51l01 ini gol...

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A PRETTY NET BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

A PRETi'TY NET BLOUSL.i. 'Miany of then, niost ffective summer blouse crre :of, net, and there is quite a revival :f :-the .popular cream-spotted net that used to _o so. much worn a summer or two a'go. The cream spot muet model sketohed .is trijim-cde with crean lace insortiou, and' -:'Le very -full frillings all do\wn the opou < hicnt ofi' plcwtcd fiet. Tii re is a dainty, E.ttlo drawn chemisette of cream chiffon Vnidcer th.3so frillings, and the deep cuffs are frilled a:s well.

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STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

STOCK MARKET. - The supply of sheep locally yesterday was only moderate, but some .very prime lines were included. A fair nnmbei of outside buyers attended, in. cluding two exporters. The market open. ed firm, and continued so throughout at fully up to last market rates. Best cross-, bred' wethers .made from 17] to 1.9/, and otheis 16]. to .17/. :Best crossbred ewes realised 15/ to 17/, wvith inferior to medium descriptions fiom' 13/ to 14/. Best merino wethers "quitted at 14/ to 15/6, and ewes at 10/ to 12/6. The yarding of lambs was also only -moderate, and go6d to prime quality. met with a. brisk demand at rates, if any thing slightly :n .advance of those of last market. Best shorn lambs made 14/ to 1.6/?!3 ith inferior sorts from 10/ -to 13/6, Best wholly .laumbs broxiaht 14./ toe 15/3, and other" grades 12/ to 137. A few lines of stores were forward, and they created. fair conipetition at fully late rates. About 525 head of cattle will be yarded for to-day's 'sale, . .

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IMMIGRATION MATTERS. CLERGYMAN WRITES ARTICLES. Melbourne, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

IMMIGRATION MATTERS. CLERGYMAN WRITES ARTICLES. .... clbourne, 31st December Thc. Rev. jMr. ,;IBorland, who came to Vie, tori a about twelve months ago as assistant at. Scots :Church, is interesting himself in immigiation. matters. He has had some farm in experience, and is a keen supporter of inik migration to these shores. During Fe'oruary he intends to pay a visit to 'the irrigation areas: in various parts of the State, with the view of studying the resources of those dis tricts. Be' will also inspect the dairying country in the western portion of Victoria, and also thi wheat-growing areas of the Mallee' and Wimncra. HIis object is to ob tain information for a series of articlks which he ptlrposes: forwarding to the country press of Scotland ~iri order to place before the Scot tishl people' the opportunities which await energetio and enterprising farmers in Victoria. Mr. Borland is well rnd favorably known' at East Lothian one of the principal agri cultural districts of Scotland....

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MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 3rd January.DEAR ROSALIND, [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES, Saturday, 3rd January. 1)EAIt ROSALLND, At last the holidays are over, anid we aro beginning to settle down to a normal life, though as yet there is nothing happen inug We diad races on New Year's Day, and there was a very good attendance, but not of ,oci1ety folks. 't'hey are all away now at their countiy or seaside homes, and as far a.s well-ki;own people are concerned the town i.} empty. 'lfe chief interest at the races---that is, 'alter the races themselves was caused by the freak dresses. rT'here w.?re some that were startling, for very .crudo colorings are rife this year, and real ly remarkablc results can be evolved. I tl?nklc the costumes that attracted the most a.ttention were a very u*p-td-date clm inug gown,. :made entirely of the new crystal • iinion--that is, a minatrial wh lich has thel appeiarance of being covered closely with 'Lc.ids, but which !'or all its appearance is i-'ito siupple and ight :in weighlt. It is icthler. startling for a daiy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

S ACID-TEST PAPERS 3n4 SA.MPlr. TUBE OF PEBECO MAILED FREE On Receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay because the Lactic Acid of fermentation in the mouth eats through the enamel. After the S enamel is once pierce the bacteria of ddcay cause the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Here is a simple way to prevent all th trouble and pain. For the daily cleansing of the teeot USE . PCBCCB o Tooth Paste Swhich is the one Dentifrice which overc?fatO "acid mouth," and polishes, whitens asd cleanses the teeth at the same time. In fat, the cleansing pewer of PEBECO is remarkable. Its use eante?s white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy month. F?rthu. more, users of PEBEOO never have utpleasant breath. The Acid-Test Papers are sent with the Trial Tube to d4. monstrAte how Pebeco counteracts tooth destroying acidd. Full instructions go with them. Send name and address. Only a small quantity is necessary at each brushing of the teeth, so that...

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WORLD'S CHAMPION BOXER. JACK JOHNSON. DEPRIVED OF TITLE. LONDON, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

WORLD'S CHAMPION BOXER.. JACK J OIINSON. .DFPRI1YVED OF TITLE. " LONDON, 5th January. "The Sporsmna u's" correspondent in Paris says that the State Athletic. Conm mission of New York has agi'eed to deprive .Tack Johnlson of the title of world's cham-n pion boxer..

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TROOP TRA[?] WRECKED DISASTER IN GERMANY. SEVEN SOLDIERS KILLED. BERLIN, 4th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

TROOP TRAI f WRECKED DISASTER IN GERMANY, SEVEN SOLDIERS KILLED. BERLIN, 4th January. A. shocking railway smash occurred yes torday near Metz, -a fortress town in :Alsace-Lorrain. ' " A military train came into violent col. lisioir with a dead-end, with the result that one of the carriages was telescoped. Seven sOldiers wero killed outright, while many others were injured, 12 of them soeriouslyx

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AXEDALE. 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

OUR COUNTRY SERVICE, -- AXEDALE. 30th December. T Th'1 annual distribution of prizceh 1i uoniection with the Church of England Sun day?4Schcol t-?ok place last Sunciay after noon- '.Mr. J. S. Rodgers, who distributed t ro prazes seoke a fe;v words of cncourage nient ,0t:thihe.;children, and referred to the ;go6d:iciork being done by the, teachers

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FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

- FRUIT MARKET. sMelbourne, Eth. January. Prices 'realised at Western Market to-day were:'Applei~; choice eating 9/ to 11/ per case; good, 7/ to 8/; inferior, 2/ to 3/; cook ing, .4fý to 7/: inferior, 1/6 to 2/6; apricots, best, :53/6 to 5/6; . others, 2/ to 3/; cherries, best dark,i8/6 to 11/; others, 6/ to 7/6; best light. 6/ to 8/; others, 4/ to 5/; cucumbers, 121 to 13/. per. double; figs, 2/6 to 3/6 half case; gooseberries, 6/ to 7/ per case; lemons, Mildura, 10/ to 12/; other Victorian, 5/ to 10/: Italian, 25/ to 28/ per double; oranges, Italian, 15/ per case; other Victorian, 9/ to 14/; peaches, best, 8/ to 10/; others" 4/ to 6/6; pineapples, roughs, 7/ to 9/; Queens, 10/. to 12/ per double; plums, dark, 3/ to 4/ per case; raspberries, 4d per lb.; red cur* rants, 3d to 35d per lb.; strawberries, 4d to 8d per box; tomatoes, 8/ to 11/ per case; black currants. 4d to 4jd per lb.

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WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 5th January. Fair, supplies characteriscd the opening of the hag market to-day, and the stocks were quickly disposed of at late rates. Wheat re mains at- 3/2ý to 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes disnlay -a:1 considerable decline, as also do onions. rTh supply of old potatoes h~ts be come exhausted. We quote;-Haay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 ton; wheat, 3/21 to 3/3 per bushel: oats, ,1/8 per bushel: straw, 30/ per ton; flour, ;£8/5/ per ton; bran, £4/10/ per ton; pollard, £4/15/ per ton; Cape barley. 3/6 bushel; new potatoes, Carmens, .£5 to £5/10/ per ton; 1Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; new onions, Globe, £8 to £8/10] per ton. Mr. W. Cowling reports:-Wheaten sheaves, £2 per ton; oaten, £2 per ton: straw, 30/ per ton; wheat, 3/21 to 3/3 bushel: Cape bar ley, 3/6 per-bushel; oats, 1/8 per busnel. Messrs. Jones, Miller and Co. report:- New potatoes, Carmens, £5 to £5/10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; onions, Globes, £8 to £8110/ p...

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BAMAWM. 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

BAMAWM. 2nd January. Mr?:Irish who visited the district with the first contingent of American visitors about 'a fortnihlit ago, hae secured tl'e Idne? block now: being relinquished by ,S?ttleir Ebeile and huis family. The im plovemrents4 orn thlis :block are valaued at tcei f£i500. 'The neiw-comer will take pos eiesio in ai fe"w days. Ir. M'Clurg is .an oth'er laridseekieri 'from Canada who han capithl anild _wislihcs to settle at Bamawmn. lotlh ithese stoit-hearts have young, st?"dy" faimilies, and .were -frozen ouit in Canada. duringiitheir few, years' farming experiences ihere.: Others of the Americans who were hown over .the :northern irrigation areas. in a:.i-prtical manner are taking utii land in the Shepparton district, .s there does unt seem to bo any suitable land about here, excepting there are extensive improvements t'o be taken over. Even blocks of this kind would suit the visitors best, as they are disinclined to take' up the bare blocks. The A,?erican visitors find muc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

L1 PER ACRE. Richest of Fattening Country. 4500. ACRES, SETTLAEMENT LEASE, W .ELL situated, open black soil plains, Coolibah and Myall. Magnificent fattening. -Bore drains, every paddock, creek, tank. Comfortable .hopse, yards, eto. Fenced, six paddocks. £1 po acre. Recommended. Magnificent HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT PROPERTY ON EASY TERMS. 2730 Acres Freehold. IDEAL Lambrraising cud Mixed Farming Country. Rich alluvial flats and goodi,'graz . ,nig land. Exer-running oreesi. Comfortable homestead, woolshed, stables, cottage, orchard, garden. No raibbits. Faered and. netted, Twenty miles from rail. £5 per acre. One fifth cash, balanoo, in ten equal payments, 5 er . cont. ON WONDERFUL TERMS. .WELL-KNOWN ESTATE has been placed in our hands, subdivided into blocks of 640 acres (each), Freohold, 12 to 17 miles from a thriving wheat centre. Sure railway extension tunmng through. Rich red and chocolate soil. Ideal wheat ;land, arll timber dead. Each block will be delivered to buyers with 100 ac...

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GUARDING THE CZAR. SOLDIERS' TERRIBLE ORDEAL. MANY LOSE LIVES. ST. PETERSBURG, 4th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

GUARDING THE CZAR. SOLDIERS'. T.RRIIBLE OR.DFAL. -: . AINY LOSI LIVES. ST._ 'PElTERSB3URG, 4thl January. Tho Czar travelled from M-ecow . to. St. Pcetersburg ]last week, and, as uisual, thce: eutire railw:v route was guarded by sol. diers stationed a fenw feet. apart., Thifortunately, heavy suowstorms were experienced' while. the jouiTrney '~ vas being - nade, anid the. soldiers sufi'ered severely. IMany of them :t:wandred: oni 'to the traik in a dazed conditiin, and: wero killed by passing 'trains

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LATE COUNTRY NEWS. CASTLEMAINE, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

LATE COUNTRY NEWS, CASTLEMAINE, 5th January. As showing tho great amount of work done in the Botanical rardens on New Yegr's Day by the mnemtcrs of the Castle maine Citizens' Charity Clbh, it has been ascertained that they handled no fewer talini 8966 coins, takicn at. the -side-shows and -for' refreshments, the aggregate ;eceipts being £136115/. COHUJNA, 3rd January. Some two years ago the. Sunday morn. ing services were discontinued at the Co huna Methodist Church, owing to the meagre congregations. In response 'to a request from a number of his parishioners, the Rev. Egan Lee has decided to resume the morning services. ' ECITUCA, 5th January.' At the Moama Court to-day, before Mr. W. Scott, P.M., Albert Edward Kinsey pleaded guilty to a charge of having failed to destroy noxiouý weeds on liia property in the municiipality of Moalma. Edward Flower, inspector, said that 300 acres of defendant's land wa's like a sea of thistles. The neighbors were complaining bitterly because defend...

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