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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
GEANERAL. Mr.,Iriving, of otMacedon, ·advises me that he is ?:iating up his:: breeding pens .early thi :season to kee- pace with orders :Last:: season he was unable "to fill all tlihe orders. : Ie ,]oeps:1o h:very best in laying and table.: stock. One of the ailments in p: ultry which very few faniciers give a thlought to is worms. Probably bIecause thliey : are.; seldom seen.. In cases where birds are found sickly,' and no remiedy .seems to :be: doing them any . rood a. toiiught shouid: be giv.en to the abbver. Giive .the biiuds some santonin causules early .:in the:" morning when the cron 'is enpty;.: aboit a ::couple of hours later give a dose of :cold castor oil. This is said:;.to cauise the -expulsion of the dead worims Do not feed the birds until the.: afternoon. Repeat the treatment two days:' later. Duiin~ the. stlnmer .niouths, :while. tho.. arounid i?v,:ery ,hard, fowls oftenl.i: becomie : lame .with lisivwolleni foot. .The jarring; of.; the foo ori; a stab fiom a thoirn o...
SUNDAY SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SU: sNDtAYs oos: SCOOLSCOPTi Ti . Tihe following tatle snw'stlie positions of clubslto d ate li'one , GGiily ifethiodists, 6 played ?5 wo i; 1 lIs? ;20 points· Speci men 1:Hill' 5 played, 4 :'woni;: 1 lost, 16 voints : St. Matthfhew's, 6 pla3ed 4 w-':won, 2 lost.: 16 poilit9; JuBrickley3str·et, :5 : played, 2 won 3 :.ost 8 p;'ioilts ;;;?ade-treet, 6 'laved,: 2 woin 4 lost 80poiiits St. Paul's, 6 p1layed,: 6 lost.--* Specuneni:.Hill and B3uck lev-street have an unfinfishe ?l inate~lto comi plete.
HINTS FOR POULTRY-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
HINTS FOR POULTRY-KEEPERS. Prepare for the moulting season. :: Lefghoris are good for egg farmi ig. Spanish and Mi-.orcas are good layers of large eggs. Birds excellent for show points are use-: less as layers. ': : Breed to the standard; don't follow thei crauk judge. White indian Runners are coming to Jhe front. The Indian Runner pays well as a .layer, and brings a fair price for table purposes. Old English Game are good winter layers, good sitters and fine quality table birds. Look out for good second season hens for breeders for the coming season. Improve your flock by securing a good cockerel. - Don't breed f-om drones. Keen the fowls free from vermin. Use "edic pomade freely. 'Boil up all waste fruit .anid feed to -the fowls. - The sholiw season is coming.: Get:: .:ie mosa promising birds undei: cover .2kTranqin them under t:he stick. K"eep the ?le-gs clean •and free fromi scales;.
CASTLEMAINE. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
CASTLEMAINE. 3rd eFbrdiar?y.: i The Castlemaino Hospi.tal committee' has let a tender for the renovation of the northI ward of the building - to- Messrs. Burclih nd Slingo, at £550/14/, towards which the Goverinment is contributing £200. Last light the Total Abstinence Soincty gave. its usual : monthly free entertainiaut in the Mechan!cts' Hall, when a good pro granmne i vas ipirovided. The Temnperance address a5s dolivered by the :Rev. L. £.. Field, , f .Tasmania. Staff-Sergeant Ma'or B3eattie, : who for some time has been connected witlr training area 660, Castlemainue, has been -,tranlsfer red to the 60th Infantry at ;Carlton, the authorities considering :thiat: ona staff-sec. reant major is sufficient for tlhe Castlemaine battalion. : 4th Febru ary. At 4.u .early 1: ]liou i tihii s morning it wvis found that' "50-ton stack of fireeopQ on the Golde?f .Cres?denf! t Dredgingo: : s. l1easo'. had cauiglit file ?orEtffots re im::ade, t-o sub due the famiesbu tw;olit olie d; io n conse...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES. BRASIER—BRADY.—On 1st January, 1914, at the Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bendigo, by the Rev. Father Tehan, Thomas Brasier, of the Railway department, to Winifred, (Winni) Brady, of "Dunlear," Mercy-street, Bendigo. BREACHER—CARL.—-On the 7th January, at St. Paul's Church, by the Rev. J. &nbsp; H. Hewlett, locum tenens for the Dean, &nbsp; Hudson, Edward Richard, third son of &nbsp; Robert Breacher, of Lucan-street, to Olive, &nbsp; youngest daughter of John Carl, of &nbsp; &nbsp; Hargreaves-street west, Bendigo. BURNET—JEWELL (Silver Wedding).—At the bride's residence, White Hills, on 6th February, 1889, by the Rev. Joseph &nbsp; Withington, Adelaide Aurelia, fourth daughter &nbsp; of William and Jane Jewell, White Hills, to John, only son of Walter and Marion Burnet, of White Hills. Present address —White Hills. BOURKE—KECK.—On the 15th January, at St. Paul's Church, by His L...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
OBITUARY. Mr. James Sheard died on Tuesday morn- ing at his late residence, Carpenter-street, after a brief but severe illness. The de- ceased gentleman, who was about 75 years of age, was an old and highly respected resident of Bendigo, where he had lived since coming to this State 52 years ago. &nbsp; He was of a kind and very industrious nature, but had been living in retirement for some time. Besides a widow he leaves an adult family to mourn their loss. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. W Hyett &nbsp; will regret to hear of the sad loss they sustained on 'Tuesday last, when their son, William Edward died at their resi- dence, "Fairview," 45 King-street. The deceased young man, who was in his 26th year, had for several years been in ill- health, the forerunner of which was in- fluenza, and being in a frail condition the recent hot and oppressive weather was &nbsp; very trying for him. Although so heavily stricken he bore his affliction bravedly and with true...
"ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS." CR. PEATLING'S COLLECTION AT BAGSHOT. AN INTERESTING GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
"ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS." CR. PEATLING'S COLLECTION AT BAGSHOT. AN INTERESTING GROUP. (By Our Special Reporter.) Cr. and Mrs. Peatling and the members of their family must have strongly de veloped what the phrenologists are pleased to call "the bump for animals." Certainly the interesting collection of bird and &nbsp; animal life to be seen at their farm at Bag shot shows that they have greater interest in birds and beasts than the average man and woman They have gathered about them a small zoological garden. Unde terred by the cost of feeding, Cr. Peatling is planning extensions for the reception of several other interesting exhibits. For years numbers of people, previously known and unknown to the family, have called at the farm for the sole purpose of seeing the collection, and during recent months the callers have so largely increased that the Peatlings are beginning to think that theirs is becoming one of the show places of the district. This traffic may some day be commerc...
THE ANDERSON—GRANT WEDDING PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
H.R.H. PRINCESS MARY, only daughter of the King and Queen. &nbsp; THE TAYLOR-LAWLEY WEDDING PARTY. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Bridegroom The Bride. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. A. Taylor. Miss N. Lawley. (Vincent Kelly, photo.) &nbsp; THE ANDERSON--GRANT WEDDING PARTY. The Bridegroom The Bride (Mr. A. J. Anderson, Trafalgar.) (Miss Catherine Grant, Bendigo.) (Vincent Kelly, photo)
SAN FRANCISCO, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SAN FRANCISCO, 6th February. The Rev. Dr. Aked, when interviewed to-day regarding the demand of the Pres- byterian Ministers' Association that he should resign his pastorate owing to his attitude in disclaiming belief in the mira- &nbsp; &nbsp; culous conception or the supernatural birth of Christ, said that the whole controversy &nbsp; had its comic side, seeing that he had said nothing in his sermons that he had not previously averred. However, if his resignation was demanded he would be quite willing to accede to the demand.
OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa.") Last week held the heat record for this summer, and with the exception of Wed- nesday and Thursday few ventured outside &nbsp; their homes. The races have been a finan- cial success, so the object of the meeting was not effected by the fact that the social element was not large. Among those present were Miss Lily Edwards, in &nbsp; cream silk voile with a pale grey hat; Miss Mary Kirby, in a dainty white frock and pink hat; Mrs. R. O. Henderson, in a deep venetian red, with a flowered leghorn hat; Miss Dorothy Dunstan, with an em- broidered white voile frock and black tulle hat; the Mayoress (Mrs. D. Andrew) wore a white silk, with an overdress of black lace and a grey hat with grey lancer plume, Mrs. George Rae, in a. tussore costume and smart blue hat; Miss Brad- shaw, in a white muslin. frock and a black hat; Miss. Rockett wore white muslin and a black hat with plumes; Miss Andrew, in white silk with a brown hat with shaded roses;...
CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
SCASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. In the Castlemaine District Wednesday A:ssdociation competition, Methodists jour ieyed to iMaIldon, lnd played the locals, who6: scored 137, of which Mapson made 44. JBaies took five wickets for 29, and Free ma.n: two for'7. Methodlists have lost two li'ickets for 47-Stevenson 25 and A. D. : reeman : 17, . both being not out. G.U.COC: played Anglica.ns. The former scored 175, of which H. Coldrey scored 70 and .Robinson 36 not out. HIodson took six -wickets 'for 49. Anglicans have lost ive wickets for 56--Shelton, 25 not out.
DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
fA~.:- "''Ir G N ?GOT1S. :.A :feature that appears to be common to ' imost cointries has been referied to by .Eng- :: lish'agrieultural papers, and that is the extremely high prices demanded. for all rgood milch cattle. The. question has re peatedly been asked--Why cows should corn iand high :-rices now as compared with' those 20' to .30 years ago, and that whilst there has not: been any great inciease. in ,the number of dairy farms there has pro-I nortionately. been a greater increase in the size of the ,herds per farm? The explana- v .tion :ma riabe found in the greatly-increased .deamand for mflk, especially for family con-' ,mittionii A:ll over the world this ap-' :uarrentlviis talkjig place, and certainly so in c Elinglisli-spcalkin. communities. The: milk a ;bill fo:b . the ordinary", family is rising s teadil and ,thiis :~ean ?s' a: call for more :cois hfridonthe biutt~er production sections, : . wvhere thlihleifer calves are mainly savved . and t cows produced. It is knowi t...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
THE GUN. The Eaglehawk Gun Club held a success Lif!l meeting on Wednesday, when an at tLactive programme of sparrow, starring, a4ic clay bird events was disposed of. The trophy was won by Harry Roberts (18 yds.), wiith five 'klls, the runner-up being 11. B. DDunstan (20 yds.), four kills. A challenge latch between two welI-nown shooters was to:. have taken place, but it was postponed. Si-elpsjtakes resilted as follows:--No. 1, L. ,.C; Cox; No. 2, WV. Peiolval; No. 3, L. C: C..x :and H. Roberts dividced; No. 4, "PElsh'i :No. j, "Flash"; No. 6, L. C. Co£; No. 7, "Volley"; No. S "Flash."
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
FOOTBALL. 'M:r. M. Barnett presided over a special rmeetinp of the Beudigo Football Leagire at the Masonic Shades Hotol on Friday night •to, deal with tlhe notice of motion by 1Mr. T. R: J. Brown--"That the resolution on tIhe books disqualifying the North B~endigo CGround be riscinded" Messrs. f. D. Co2. The motion was defeated, on7ly the Cali 'fornia Gully d~legates voting fcr it. IMr. Barnett said he honed the California :'G?fl-v delegates' would re c?onsider their l:ost, tion: Mr. Gambetta: Put that out of-' yPlt -minds. This is the eud of-the Califor~si. :Gully team,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
A Master Baker SPEAK- OF THE VORTH OF ClementsTonic So ill his friends scarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This letter has been recorded because of its great ernestness, and the way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do, Mr. Holliday writes from his business address, 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., '"' I am glad to tell you what Clements Tonic did for me. A year ago I was so ill from bad liver and nervousness. I blamed overwork, and a rush of orders. To keep customers supplied I worked day and night, with the result-I got so ill I could take no part in the businest except supervise. To give an idea how ill and changed I was, people who had dot seed me for months would pass and not know me. I was for five months like this, gradually getting worse. Good advice and medicine did me ...
CLOSER SETTLEMENT ACTS. THE BOARD'S ADMINISTRATION. THE SUB-COMMITTEE'S REPORT DISCUSSION IN PARLIAMENT. Melbourne, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
CLOSER SETTLEMENT.ACTS. TIIE iOARD.'S ADM'I)NISTRATION. THlE SUJB-COMMITT'fIES REPORT DISCUSSION IN PJARLIAtEN T. Melbournoe 10th e'ruary. In the Legislative Asseminbly :thi~ -ift er noon when the estimates in:cbnnec~tion with the Lands dcliartmont :were. under consi. deration the sub-committee's repoit oi the administration of the Closer Settleinent Act by the board \vas referred to.. MIr. Elmslie was sorry if, the :Miiister for Lands would give no:flurthof statenent as to the replort .on. closer settlement other than what had bcen give: to the press. Thile House had a:: statement from the sub. committee of the Cabinet, and he- did think that an explanation oi defence from the Closer Settlement Boaird should be before the committee. It wvas only fair that this should be available: The report of the. sub committee of the Cabinet was ·a strong charge against the administration of the Closer settlement Board. The honest desire of the sub-committee of the Cabinet was recognised by all....
GOVERNMENT ACTION. Melbourne, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
cOvEIfEnrLNT. ACTION. S"· r.:. ' Melbourne, 12Ih :Febrihu-u: Thle Closer Settlenicnt Board is jto ,.l . i iskLd ,:to- supply st satement on thie suly &lt;o-iiniiitftc'd : rept.rt. Tie board is :to. ~ :: tliroi ~l:.i tcluue 'by clause, and to help i?.It. a.'ll..ii tho'iidendo.;taken at the inqiuiry willX Sbe furnihed. It.is expected that tlhis: iwill boe ready for thd' mccting of the C?blh-i" -i'eit\ hobe' held ncxt week. 'At tihat neet-, , tii ,'le IRoya Cpmminission will also bo dcided on: I
ROCHESTER ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
ROCHIESTgER ASSOCIATI'ON. . Rochester played Bamawm on W~ednesdip in the Rochester District Asspciatiol's competition, and had an easy win. 3Bamawivm culy managed to compile 26, wlilst Rochester knocked up 183 for the loss ot nine wickets. Of this number Mlills made 73 (not out). O'Neill :37, Wilson 31 (not cut),. and Cresswell 14. Mills bowled ex cellently, doing the hat trick and takiig five wickets for 17. Cresswell also bowled. well for Rochester. doing even better than M\ills, his record being four wickets for 6. S:Prtying Nanneella in the same competition, Urion cl;hb -scored another victory, making 150 to Nanneella's 82. C. I1am' put up 41 for Union, and Bennett 40 for the losers.
B.U.C.C. V. HARCOURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
B.U.C.C. V. HARCOURT.a On Saturday a team repr t I_, . B.U.C.C. visited Harcourt a -.pllayd a :draw. match with the lo hltb. * IIARCOUR't a CSeelenmeyer, c T , : ": "Lethlean ... ... ... . . &lt;. I: . : .Hill, c E. Mackay, Yth lean ..... ... .. .". . ... .19 ' R" . .'Warren. ' c Lethlean, ---' M';: .ackay ... .... ... - S 1;i. Wrarre,' o Stephens, b G. S Mackay ... ............. .... . SC. Wiarren,: st Stephens, b G. . Mackay .... .;;*.. ....2 M. . M'Lean noft out. . ...17 0,:- .. G. Duiiglas, b G,,Macka :.. i B. Symes, not out .. Sundrie' ... .. . : , " 'Sixwickets for . .. ; .. ....161. Bowlina.- tetlilean two for 41;' -C. , i.Thorýeie ione for. 39; Hugh Gle no ne for .21;: E. Mackay, ione : for 9f6 , G Mackay. ugh . Glen c pDouglasi ' :- . : Warren...i:...?.?...... ..- :.12 C;" . Thorpe .. r ut; . .. ..' ...; 6 Henry Gle :.b ', b .Y Symies ... 34 ,E. Mackay,c and bBli Symes J. :Stepheis. .not out . ...; 8 : p. Hyett, not out... ... ... 6 ;_....Sundries .., .. .. .. . . -...