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NORTHERN TERRITORY. THE PRESENT ADMINISTRATION. DRASTIC CHANGES LIKELY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
NORTHERN TERRITORY. 1 THE PRESF;NT ADMINISTRATION. DRASTIC CHALNGES LIKELY. For some time past the Federal Govern ment has been looking closelyv into the nwethods of administering the affairs of the Ncrthern Territory. It is understod that the Ministry intends to make some drastic alterations, and Dr. Gilruth, the Adminis trator, .is being called to Melbourne. When he arrives the Minister for External Affairs (Mr. P. Glynn).will explain the intentions of the Government to him. The effort to promote agricultural settlement in the forth, it is said, will not be so vigorously carried out as has been the case in the )ast, but more attention will be devoted to developing the mining industry. "e is also believed tlhat several appolintments that were made by the late .Government will be cancelled in the near future. Mr. Rylands (Director of Lands), Mr. 3. L: ltossiter (Inspector of Education and head of the Secondary Education School), and Mr. Stratton (Protector of Aboriginies), are said ...
HEROINES OF THE FILM. THEIR ADVENTURES GRAVE AND GAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
HEROINES OF rilE FILM. THEIR ADVENTURES R1tAVLE AND GAY. S (By Fredrick A. Talbot.) , "Can you swim, walk a tight rope, drive . an express engine, vault from a motor car when travelling at 60 miles an hour, stop runaway horses, wrestle with wild animals, and-" "Certainly!" S "Oh. that's ,' right, then. Now we'll see if you can act." Such might be the typical introductory conversation passing between a producer •and a new aspirant for the honors and glories.of the i;icture play heroine. It must be :admittod that the average film favorits often has to faice strange situations and to incur grave risks. In one Essanay play the scene was laid in a down-town cafe, the proprietor of which received a hi andsome remuneration for the use of his establishment during the lunch hou-. Miss Dolores Cassinelli wasn taking the part of a woman of the world, and as she :s posssessed of a wonderful voice she started singing the aria from "Aida'." to infuse more actuality into the part she was playing. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
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COST OF LIVING IN 1913. NO FURTHER INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
COST OF LIVING IN 1913, NO FU1iTHER INCREASE. The completion of the results for the last quarter of the year 1913 of the investiga tions into cost of living carried out by thei Commonwealth Statistician (Mr. G. if. Knibbs) enables comparisons to now bh made between the Vwhole of that year and :1ircedlitg years. In 1912 there was a phuinominal rise in the cost of living, av ounting to no less than 10 per ct., but th, final figures for the whole of the -year 1913 show that.this upward movement has ceased, the average level of the cost of liv ing index number for 30 towns in the Com i::onwealth during 1913 being precisely the some as in 1912. The fortuitous identity in these results is, of course, remarkable. While prices of groceries and food were iiearlv 3 per cent. lower in 1913 than in 1912 house rents were nearly 5 per cent. higher, vith the result that on the ave rage for the two years respectively . the combined cost of living index number re mained stationary. During the last q...
GIRL IN OUTRIGGER. ATTACKED BY A SHARK. Sydney, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
GIRL IN OUTRIGGER. S'ATTACKED BY A SHARK. S Sydney, 10th February. With a hungry shark fuilly 5ft. long chalrging and recharging at her oUitrigger, Miss. Emma Pickering, champion woman sculler of Australia, rowed for her life on the Georges River at Como this morning. She reached the shore safely after a nar row escape.. Then thlle shark turned its attention, to Stanley Pickering, who was also in a shell endeavoring to attract the brute's attention from his sister's little craft. Miss Pickering, who was training for the forthcoming, match with Miss Alma Larson. accompanied by her brother, left the shed at Oatle'y Ba.y, and pulled into the stream, where she and Stanley Pickering had a mile spin together. They. pulled up somewhere off Oatlcy. Point preparatory to returning, nnd- Miss Pickering wds talking to her bro tlrer wheni a hpge triaugular fin glided be tween the two boats, aind before they re covered from the shock a great shark showed on the surface, and swished its tail as it...
IRRIGATION IN AMERICA. INTERESTING OBSERVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
IRRIGATION IN AMERICA. INTERESTING OBSERVATIOŽS. Some interesting observations on irriga tion in America were made by Mr.. Tolley, a. hember of' tle Irrigat'on and Water Co servration Commission of. a ew South Wales, who recently .returned from a trip round the world. i r. Tolley. visited the leading irrigation .centrea of the globe, including the Piedmont Valley 4istrict of Northern Italy. whcre irrigation is practised on the most scientific principles, but to Victoriane most interesting will be Mr. Tolley's - re inarks ul'on wb'at he saw in the United States. Mr. Tolley states that he was particu larly struck by the Oharp contrast in irri ration areas in the States. Some were laid out with great care and scientific know. ledee, and were luosperous, while others were of a most primitive descriptionr Out of 44 irrigation schemes in one State alone 41 had become bankrupt. Beform leaviig Australia he' ad doubts about State con trol of irrigation, but what he saw in America convinced h...
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. FOURTH TEST MATCH. DURBAN, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ING LAND V. SOUTHI AFRICA. FOURTH T?S3T MATC 9 .. S' DUIRBAN, 16th"i Feibrury. ',The' fourth tes" mnatch be.twoicn'.Sonth Sfrica' ind' Englnd ns resumedd to-day. . ?Thc Souti Africcns' firs; iriiini: ., losecd for '70 ruin,: duie princip-ally to .theo f: boNylii o'fi larncs, who took sceven w iiiets;': -fo'?i S6 runs. At iliinch :tifm :England: li : scored 65' runs ',ithouit thie loss of Li wie-' *i ret. Scores :-'. rusr't In.g o ,Taylor, o Strudwict, b BaruneI I . W ard, b Bariibs ..... ... ... ... 5 ' . SDan Taylor, a Rhodaes,b Barne6: 3 :. Nourse, b Barnes ... .......9 .9 Loroux,, b Bhrnes ...... . . . SHands, et Stridiick, .b Barues ; ; . : Ne' ;N :brrv,. b" Rhodes ...; ;'.. 0 . : .Charmai, b Barnes.... . 17, .Carter, not o-ut.... ..... Cox, st Strudwick, b' Barnes . .. , Sundries .. ...... ,: Total . . Bowli --Barnes,; sevc~ wikets fori 5.SG; thbodes, three :for ,:37. ,: * .ENGiA TD Fir t Iuni gs. Hiobhs, not ou .. . '. 47 ' R hodcs, not ?' ? t .; ; . Sun...
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS WHIRLWIND UPSETS JINKER. Rochester, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS WHIRLWIND UPSETS" JINKE- . 4 Rohehster, 16th February. Mr. Richard Allen lefi fis horse, and jinker standing on the ioad at Nanneella a few days ago, and went to inspect a lucerne vaddock. During his absence a whirlwind happened along, and things be ca~re exciting, especially for the horse. Tlhe jimker was lifted bodily and turned upside down, whilst the horse had all the harness strx~ped from it. When .Ar. Alle , returned he found his horse calmly c?gn. templating the wreck. - b?.° ? w m
THE DUCK SHOOTING SEASON. BENDIGO SPORTSMEN AT PERRICOOTA STATION, N.S.W. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
THE DUCK SHOOTING SEASON.-BENDIGO SPORTSMEN AT PERRICOOTA STATION, N.S,W. AT THfE INrITATION OF MESSRS. WATSON BROS., A PARTY OF BENDIGO SPORTSMEBN JOURNEYED TO PERRICOOTA HOMESTEAD (N.S.W.); AND ATTENDED THE N.S.W. OPENINe DAY OF THE DUCOK SHOOTING SEASON ON THE 1st Inst., AND HAD A MOST ENJOYABLE OUTING. P1E.:'ICOS'rA HOMESTEAD (N.S.W.).. SPORTSMIEN AND T'THEIR "13BAGS" IN FRONT OF THE HIOMIESTEI'). BENDIGO SPORTSMEN DISPORITING TIHEMSELVES IN THE RIVER MURRAY A HOMESTEAD PET. A kangaroo o0 tcL red species, now very rare. A BENDIGO SPORTSMAN AND HIS "BAG." SPORTSMEN CL2ANING THEIR OWN GAME.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
rp'Tfl6 SW~IFI~T---,'.\VUTGU'1 WETDDISG PA\RTY. ~I'he Bride~roon 'I'he~ I3vido (Mr.L. wif.) h~s . Wi~h.) Viuceut ~fc~lv, phiotO.) :STALLHOLDERS AND ASSISTANTS AT .T MARTRY' GA'IDE'N. ETET, A\NGAROO FILAT Thie ev; C:-anon Percival, who6baned tI.e fete, and Mr.."-i'ercival are seated in the centr . (C. White, photo. OPENING OF THE NEW\ SHELTER SHEDS. SAILORS' GULLY STATE SCHOOL. (C. White- photo.)
CLOSER SETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
. CLOSER SETTLEMENT ADMINIS TRATION. . The more the. administration of the *Closer Settlement Act is discussed the ::plainer it becomes thiat it is the adminis traltion of the Act, and not, the Actitself, ?ithat is at fault. The Act may require some slight amendments, buit if it is ad ministered. wisely and sympathetically, and witi firmness, much of the trouble that has been experienced ;s not likely, to pre vail. One of tlih troubles has been the purchase of land at high prices in dry areas for subdivision into- closer settle ment blocks when such land has really Scither not been suitable, or has not been judiciously subdivided. The suitability ofi the land at the price for certain kinds of farming is one of the essential points. Mr. Kennedy admitted that a settler could not make a living on 300 acres of land at 4£ per acre which 'was only suitable for wheat-growing. It may be admitted that a settler would do better on a larger area of land, Lut it may be questioned if the value o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
Special. Coommonwealtbh 3l JSan of IBustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart., 1risb:ae, Rltckhampton. Townsville, and Lfndo. Cable remittances nade to. and drafts drawn on foreign plae ul direct.. Forei-nl biils ncotiated and collected. Letrers, of creTdit i?;uned to anly part of rh, worid]. 11ill4 Ine-otia?ed or forwarded for collection. Ba nli l and. nt-l "xiane llwsi'less of every deser'ipltion trans;i:cl within the Common. Swealth,-United Kingdom and&I+ !roanl. c: lrrent; ac:notn:s opened. Ini:rest paid on fixed deposit,. Advancez mnade against appro'ed securities. ;t . SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ) Victorian Central Offic : 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBCIRNME. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Ofices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposite from I/- to £300. Interest at 3". per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may ...
HUGE RAILWAY SALARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
£1iUL.r kHAILWAY SALAKiX. Is any, man worth £20,000 a year? This alaipy: is baing paid to Mr. Howard El !ott,? president of the New York, New haven, :ind lHartford Hailway • Company, anci Mr. '?idcl;i rgcg ]'. Baer, the president 'of thi, fcaieadin ,. Railway Company. '"'Tihre arl':,nany buainess nmen with £20,000 a voyar,- :-said Sii' Joseph Lyons to a "Stan ididi', representative. ."It; is all a question of degree -f' ability; :but if any man ia paid'ý( i 20,000 a year Iby his firm, thein his employeria: ni'e m~ukiin more than that out of hiC s iiity. ;:Take it in another way. Th'Jei'ci arc :t:iors who started on £5 a week Intit?:?.?Ycas ago,: who .are now anakiug 2o10.00'O '?i: ' yOea. ,:;.A)ie these people worth tlc:h n,:l? ' :. Crutaiuly they are worth it t:o tlhep oprietors :of the theatres, or they 'would not. ge-"it . I ao not think is possible to :q.tugc a. man's worth. Sup' posini we had Shlakespeare alive to-day, or Dickens were still writing his books, who is %"oing to i...
HIDDEN GERMAN WEALTH. WAR TAX RAISES TRIPLE THE ESTIMATED SUM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
HIDDEN GERIIAN WEALTl'H. 'WXAR TAIX RAISES TRIPLEl .TIEh ESTIMATEI) SUlIM Germany is faced with an embarrassment. of riches.. It is aninounced that teub "o. vernment will have more money thian they know what .to do .with,: owin to.. the unn expected wealth of the German people, dis. closed by the new taxation law. Fromn the statistics now. received it is apparent that the war tax voted in 1913 to raise a.£50000,0,00) for,.the nroposed army increase, will, prlovide that amount threec times over. Two reasons are given .foi this. Oue is that the authorities liad nc. idedt. of tlih real wealth:.of the Grmali.n people, and th~ .other is that the 'penalty of imprison. ,ment~ for conceal.ment of income, provided for in the new law, has compelled Germans.: t, acknowledge thel possession of. wealth wvhlich has. he'retofore . escaled taxation: It is st atced thiat 'the present imiteiiti0n of the Governnment ,is, instead of collecting the : ;ax in three yearly instalments to stop when they' ha...
ENTRIES FOR NEXT SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
T' lie Twdigreio ultr1y Society nas eocry eaiaon to: be proud of the louccess that ha ' •tttendeL ::ts first eg-lhaying c oompetfition, whichli is. now drawing t~ o a close. En: tries for nco year's competition closecL o?i" W\ednesdc.y.y It. is probable that svoral more entries will be rieeived during tno ni; few dcys, for alit;hough the society is dc1cl-ous thu:t .all em~bries shotdld be ini vitbhoitt del:a.y, it .will not refuse any t;hat may be sent in imanediately.. rIany fan eicrs have signified, their intintion of com-. poting on this ocfnsion. Tho' tot.l num ber. a~i entries received -up to the' .preseut ex~ecued t.hat of last year, and the soci-t;y will have to provide additional accommo dation. : ?Narly all last year's . comnpcti toors hbave- en'tred ..again, and six or. svEn. Scntries h~iavo been received from ?'ew Soit;h; *Wales. 'This is very gr'atifying :"to thIl .:d comunitt e, ~idthe s uccess .ofti the ng col comnpetition is already . assured Tlh coaiinmitteo intonlld...
BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION CONTINUED GOOD RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION -wge-- CONTINUED GOOD RETURNS. ' For'some weeks past the hens conlpetin.g in the egg-laying test being conducted by thie Bondigo Poultry Society- at Kaiigaroo: Flat -have maiituintied a: hi: even: averago.; in the weekly totals, and the numiber laid: ditrinf tlh week ended on Thursday, 12th: Tlebruary. was 1212, which wis'. tll?ee in Sexcess- of the preceding VCw-ck'si totql. A Lluctuatiion of about 10, leggs covers, .the' returns for the :past five or- six' weeks, a faic WhiLlh decmonstirates the consistcncy, of the peIns. The total numiber of eggs: laid to. dat is 44,746, an averafg of' over:1 1010 gg gperi pen-a brillianlt record. Mi. I-I Iainbury's aifine' laycrs/contiue to -do well, arid they- divided- the lonors of tlic: week with -Mr. I. M'Kehizin's biirds, theiru totals bei?g 36 egs. Mcssrs. Spotswo~od afid Hall's legziorn ivcru, equal for ýthird place with 34 eggs. The returns achl day 'from tlhese pens were':'-M Keizie, 4, G,, 4, 6, 5, 5, 6-3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
JiLU1U 'U1VIAJJIn aesctroya.o a ve rmin on . ~Poultry, Cattle, Horses, and Swine; 1', posted, 1/2 Brin,, chemist, E. Malvern,. V. Chemists, stores. sell it. SWALLOW & ARIELL'S BLOOK CAKE 3 O ·C) fltapeaIc is as good as in looks, ~and you'll admit . thoro's nothing more -:NL EGSENIh it OO A~$ A~IEL'S BL~i( ~l~E anditsh you'll a ndm nil te faily ppreiatothisdeliiouscako, nothn mate ow f : tempting than the de. RDlighitful fresh ) n.ppearance of this Perfect Cake. S cThait appearance is gained orybo y quality of ingreedients and r care in nbakinge and baking~ Snot with coloring matter, for j" ONLY EGOS ENRICH "I'HE. COLOR S"Mixed with Eggs Onirv"-tthat i why you anld pS notice that distinctive. frcesh "home-mado" flavor abor i B~ ALLOW AN.,, ARIELLS BLOK CAKE-andit' why you'll find all theo famlily apprecianto this delicious cako, oo matier how fro quently they have it. y" MADE IN FRUIT,, SULTANA, PLAIN & SEED ORDER~ A 41b. BLOOK from YOUR GROCEiR TO-DAY. Insist on YO£!...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
. .N O , .. lr. , . . . (o" vrcky often meets extra clever men inL -.ult ry circles. Last week I-.mct a man . io .'g rantced that he could :pick eggs thai' 'will produce cockerels if ho viant thei, or pullets if ho waints pullets. - HIe Shas done it hundreds of tiues during the :-fst 40 years, so he told ic, and ivheu I *told hinl that I would give 'hini £5 if .he onbild., pick 90 per cunt., he lbgan talking /l-oud, and told me I knew little about fowls if I could not. discern which 'eggs :iould produce, cockerels or pullets. I must adiit that I can, still learn, but I liave. no " 1 't' learn from the poultry, crank who - ill lk fowl: or -6 a week at a time, and CAenTi you' nothing in the: end. We hear of' ither :men who. grade the- layers. on soe - "secrdt systei, of others who can get a 2.0 egg average from large Hloecks of Ledghorns and' of others again who have lions that i no ore : iiss day, without laying. .Then iVe i.have the poultlry oditors who .wiite .how. a fortuline'can ...
HINTS FOR POULTRY-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
,,INTS FOR POULTt,;Y.KEDPEI.. Preparo for thec show season. b 3uy :stud birds fronm reliable btecderS.' Brown Leghoris 'are crovi layers. 7.. : Don't:bo led astray .by peoplc whlo tell out there is a fortune in fowls. Thad "Feather's" notes for. conmmoni Ssnso in ~'itry-beieding. :Supjly grit alivs. Old nortar , and . in.ware broken up is good . W ?yandottces, G:ame, Orlngtons, Fav'iolls nid l-Dorkings are good birds for 'alile pur o * are' good ' ,Blaick Spanish and: Minorchs arS ' good layers of large eggs
NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
NOTABLE PE'?R~FORIhZLANCES BATTING. NI Thomnison o(Comrades)....... 2 S- Ninis (Comrades) ..i3 R. TR.hRichardsi (St. Kilian's) .. ..... 5 T. W.. atts.: (St. niliai s) ... ... .. ,35 ,.BOWJAING. II. Cox (St. Kilian's) .. .fi. o. E tliott (YMi.C.A.) ;. ..1:. 7 'for &r :. Caiulfield (St. Kiliah s) :. .. fo . 2 £i;fr 15T Dr. Cook (YMC .A.) :..... ..:. 1:·fr S Iahow •.' ..A.) fo.. - . ... f 9 S, Charleswborth (St. K?lians) 1 fo ·1i,3 . :: Lig. htfobt ..(B .U..C-. Soiuthier) 1 for 14. . .T.Cook (B.J.C.C. ".Southei'ii) .? f2or 41fr: G.' Mackay (~BiUC.C.: , Southern) -:?: for 7Z