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LEICHARDT. 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

, ·'"' . ;, 'LEICH*ART. ' ..;, . .* 't : .-. *T " .'' :'h'"'- i iurelw -u' . , Watder is bcconiing scarce for' housefi'.. ]:urposes, and the liprings, which are a.ii5.', dait,; are now. ~oeint used both. fo.?i.nbonre .. tic purposes andi. for stock The h:.arvest is now finished, the last -f the~ thrceslhin havine, beeu comrplcted.-'on Saturday.:/. Tihe. returus wer v'ery g~cod. : Ha~vest 'tl al'5isgivinmg sc{uices iu con inection .?ith ::tlo Leichardt Metihodist hiurch ,were cclcbratod last Sunday, w h n SM.. Fletcher. preached iappropriate sermons in tlhe, afternoun and cvening. The .er vices wore ivell attonded. The church wa,. tastefilly dccoratsd, and fruits and pio •dndcth. of!: the seasoil .were also in evidence. The collections s~inountcd to £17/10/.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE HOME RULE PROBLEM. THE BRITISH PARLIAMENT. SPEECHES BY LEADERS. LONDON, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

THE HOME iULE PROBLEM. TfLT, BRIT'ISH PAKLIA2Mi6T. SPIECHES BY LEADERS. LONDON, lOth February Thi customary Address-in-Reply to .tihe King's Speceh was abandoned to-day, when Mr. "Long, Uniol ist nmembcr for the Stain Division, moved instead an amendment cha!lknginr the Aequitih Ministry for its refusal to submit grave constitutional cl.;:I-ges to a.g cltcral election.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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GOOD SPORT AT ST. ARNAUD. St. Arnaud, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

GOOD S1OUTI AT ST. AR{NAUD. St: Artnad, 12th February. lThe duck scason opened yesteidavy. -A:ll parlties returned wit;Il exceptionally 'ggood I)as 'froml the dlst'ict lakes. ]pags of 100 birds were secured by maiy sports. \?s, ore, 12th Fcebruary. - re"olferi.. the duck shooting i1 most of gie lil sportsmen jour ?? ?.lC.? jbpt~ol, but nmet with very ?. ?"s, somre "iturning without a C On1 party p .eededd to Keran. by 1, t1~ee b tor car to M'1Donald'a .Sv baar of 27 ducks was ob. taincd. Thlis was consideored very satisfac tory, in view of the scarcity of wildfowl this scnson. It was reported tlhat shooting at M':Donald' Swamnp was oapcned by a few shooters ou Sunday. This. if true, is a very uinsportsmanlike act. Three tiger mnakes were sl:ot; by the riarty.

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MARONG. 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MARONG. lth February. Mr., W. Charlesworth, of Marong, was wrestling with one of his comrades yester day, and in falling hlie broke his left leg. He was attended at Marong by Dr. A. Lyons, of Eaglehawk. Mr. Charlesworth was. subsequently taken to the Bend.igo HIospital and admit ted for teatment. 12th February. The sports, concert and dance held at Maroug on Wednesday in aid of tile Pres bytery fund of the Roman Catholic Churc. prcvedt :a most gratifying success financially, eclipsing last year's effort by an appre ciable sim. Last year the profits amncuut ed to £120, while it is estimated that tifis year the net proceeds, including donations, will amount to £150 or more. This is a well-deserved reward for the labors of the ladles and gentlemen who helped the celebration. The concert held in the evLn ing yielded abount £17, and £9 was taken at the dance The adaouaned inquest touching the death of Samuel Carter, of Marong, whose body was found by Mr. John Llewellyn inll the Burnt Gul...

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REPORTED SETTLEMENT ASSURED LONDON, 15th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

REPORTED SETTLEMENT ASSUTRED LONDC) ON, 15th February. Thd ncwspjapcr "News of the World'" aiu lhoritativcly statcs that a settlemcnt of the TUlJstcr qucstion is assured ou the basiP 'of the exclusio:i of the four N.E. ~ountios ',or .t fixed term. Thereafter they will hIavo the ontion of cntering tIh Irish Parlia U2Ient.

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MALDON. 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MALDON. 1. 1th February; Th~'i annual. meeting oo subscribers to the Maldoni Athenaumn' was "held on Tuesday 1 niglt ...Mr. A. Dabb. (president) ,pre?ided,. Tile aimnual ?report .andl balarce-sheet were, , adopted ;',and showed the raceipts to be 1'i £2 8/11/ (includinf a l alanc. of .l103 fromi . tl.e ,pre lious :year),, aad o:. expenditur'e : : ,.177,; which n. as £'29: more than thed year:, r 'before. While :the. receipts, ,were ."£38 lies. .: Thie electioi of affice-bearer., resulted is forl lo;,s:--PreSident, Mr. W\. Uren; vice-presi-: dents, Messrs. A. Gibson and T. B. Weiri;:. 1 tleas'rur, Mr. W Rolluson; secietary;? Mi: J. J. iHuish; auditors. Messrs. 5J. Gaynor ,i iand R. Webster; coinmittee,': ~.:Messis. J. i, Bow'en, . IBodge, A..Dabb ,: Jiibbert, G. Clarkson, W. ?Mead, and. ljr. Gray. An. hr.crarium of £5 was voted to.the. eFcre- i tary, and the offer of, 200 library ' book?s was accepted .with thanks. At a meeting of the Maildon Traders' As- " sociationi.this morning it...

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SITUATION INTOLERABLE. TAXES WANTED NOT AFFECTION. LONDON, 11th February [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SITUATION INTOLERABL L. TAXES. WANTED, NOT AFtECTION. LONDON, lth February T'he debate on Mr. Long's amendment was continued to-day by Sir John Simon, tllch Attorney-General, who contrasted the e::eech of Mr. Asquith, the Prime Mini= ter, with that of Mr. Austen Chamberlain, describing the latter as unconciliatoiry in toie. . s11,E, CARSON'S SPEECH. LONDON, 12th February In the I'ouse of Commons Sir Edwvard 'aUsoI Icc used the Government of mauocu vrln" for posit.on. 'Ili-v should have in nedia.tely intioduced an amending bill em bodyin.' concr?ete proposals, .and said th.e exclusion of Ulster was not opposen to tihe fundamelital princilpies of tile bill. If offered .it wouild end Ulstcr's resistance, but Ulsteri; Unionists would not take the responsiblity for a bill which would hand the jJi'ionistq of South-west Ireland to thel tendr, ineroics of' tlheir enremies. Sir EIdward Carson, continuing, said "Ulster cannot bl bought and will not p:llow herself to be sold. You must force. I...

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EXPERIENCE AT DINGEE. Dingee, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

X1tRIPNC1E AT JTANGEE. 1Dinqee, i2t. February. The seasoni fo iwild duck shooting ep cned hlre very quietly, "s the date of opening is iit~ch too late for aiu of the local resorts to hare any water in them, and of CoTrso the ducks disanppeancd With the Waater?' A_ large nuniber went dut to look for ditcks, but in most cases thely did ndt get a ashot. The WVaranlga channel broke away iccontly and filled a small swamp, on whiich were a few ducks. These .itik?~ly disappeared when shliooting commenced, intd no more were seen for the day. At :a meetlmn of the Dingee Progres.s As sociation last eveiin?r the scarcil y of wild duck and other game was alluded to. 'ihe meeting was strongly in favor of the tup prcssion of the marketl shooter, who, it was considered, should not he allowed to mn.ke a business of shooting the game, which be longed to the people, when there were so many profitable o!penings for useful workers. The cpinion was freely expressed that the sale of wild duck and quail i...

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FRUIT TRIAL FAILS. PUSH PROVES DISASTROUS. COLD STORES COULD AID. Melbourne, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

FRUIT TRIAL FAILS. ?fO'OVES DISASTROUS. . COLD Sr I IRES COULD AID. . elbourne, 12th February. S.tS~hourne Jotfple possibl~Y felt surprised ?.?an they . that Victorian fruit sent to vdney ~'been tipped into a garbage et.r here owing to surplus. St- rdinug to statements made by lead. iin?'city fruit merchants, the fruit growers, largelv in the Goulburn Valley and around Melbourne, were attracted by the high rats ruling in the Pydney market. They rushed 1heir fruit there, with great haste, struck the market a blow which caused prices to tumble almost to the ground floor, and had tosallow a good deal of fruit to go to waste. "It was a disastrous experiment so far as some were concerned," remarked a merchant. "No doubt, in 4the future, erowers will be a bit more cautious. Thero' *vas no glut in Victoria, Grbwers . were offered a fair price for pears, peaches and plums, but thought that they would share in the higher Sydney prices. To use a uueilistic, term, it is unwise to hit a market ...

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BALLROOM TRAGEDY. YOUNG LADY DIES AT HER FIRST DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

* BALLROOM TRAGEDY. YOUNG LADY DIES AT HInR"FIR ST DANCpE Miss Zoe Mary Meek, only da?ghlter)' of Mr. W. A. Meek, K.C., of London, died· suddenly at a Yeomapry ball attNewark on O30th January. Miss Meekl, who was a tall, handsome girl of 19, was enjoying her first~ ball. . Durir, the.extra dances after supper she suddenly said to her' partner, Mr. Nigcl T'hizcran "I feel. faint.: Let us go to the 'ide. " ' moment afterwards she fell pros trate. .: She was carried to the retiring room, and a, doctor :was summoned. It was at first thought that she was Inerely suffering from faintness but she died within 10 minutes. •[lho. body in her ball dress, and covered :with ,a lady's cloak was carried to the 2T'ortuary. 'At the inqcest the 5ury found that death Was due :to synco.. , broutlt on by the excitemient of dancing after supper, and ,'.'ssibly by a cold from which she wvas suf fe ,ri . '" '"They're six fine sons ye have, Casey,'i' Said Deni.s Fl1herty to his friend. "They are:" replied C...

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30-YEARS-OLD ECZEMA. SKIN LIKE RAW MEAT. SPLENDID CURE BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

* 30 YEAR&AS-OLD IICZEMA. : SKIN LIKE RAW M AT. * SPLEN; DID CURE BY 'ZAM-BUK. Telling how Zam-Bukl proved equal tb curing Eczema that for 30 years had defied doctors and all other treatment, Mr. Dix, of. 44 Lower-street, Leederville, Perth, W.A., says: "For 30 years I suffered fkarful pain and nisery from an outbreak of burning, itch ing eczema, loind the joint of my right knee. The constant irritation was intoler able, and as I couldn't help scratching, the disease gradually got worse and worse. M~any a time I have scratched until the blood has run down my fingers, and the skin looked just like a niece of raw meat. ",ll my efforts to find a cure were fruit. less, and I had doctors' treatment in Ade laide, Broken Hill, and 'Victoria. I had just about lost all hope of ever being free of the awful disease when a friend gave me a .pot of Zamn-Buk. "I ieally used it to please him, but the application. brought such relief that I soon sent for another pot from the chemist. L cont...

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EPSOM. 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

14th February. The flianl nIeetin of thle Epsom state School Committee was held at the school on :Tuesday, IOthi : iast. , Present:-?vrs. Goyne, .Mr. J., Turiey (chairlnan), and Messrsa. Peake, Fitzgerald, Meagher, Hunt, E. E raynter ,(correspondent), and the head teaclhecr (Mfr. Curlett). During the thrce years that tho committee ha:s been in pxistence, the sum of ,£52/16/ has been raised by local effort. 'This sumn has been spent in providing treats for the children on Empire Day and iln beautifying the school surroundinis, the principal addition benr.g .a ,fine oatagonal : shelter shed. The head teacher (Mr. Curlett sincerely thanked the mnembers of. thie commnittee for the in trest they had taken ini inmprovingr thel school.

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GOORNONG. 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

GOORNONG. 12th February. The new water supply to the Goornoug township, installed by tllo lcIuntly Shire Council, is now coinlVetcd, and on Saturday the water will be turned on for domestic and other purposes. The official opening ceremony will be performed by, the shire president (Cr. E. Buckland), who invites all residents and ratepayers of the town ship and others who wisli to be present on the occasion to attend. The president is arranging at his own expense lor the stipply of aftarnoon tea, and will be glad to see as many present as possible to wit tess the opening ceremony. The engine and punmp, capable of lifting; water to a height of 57ft., were given a trial run this week, when 8000 fgallons were pumped into the tank in very little over an hour. This was considered highly satisfactory. The scheme when in proper working order pro mises to be a great boon to residents of the township. The applications for the posi tion of caretaker will also be dealt with on Saturday, and the...

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HARCOURT. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

HARCOURT. :10th February. -7Wheni- the fruit intenicld for shipment by the -:s.s; Argyllshire was about to be sent frcm in:he local station last Thursday to be prtL-cooleJ before being placed on board the vessel, he arrangements made -by the Railway deparitment were the worst exi eri cticcd: for :several years. Only one louvre itri6ck ,wva available, and no satisfaction coild be :obtaiined from the local railway cfficials. Mondiays and Thursdays are the .busiest days of the week, and the feelings of th: grovwers cah be imagined when they found only, one loavre truck at hand. The ,bulk of the fruit is sent to inter-State nmaLc kct-s, .nd in Thursday most of it had to be forwarded to1 Melbourne in open trucks. ,The crop this yvear' is small compared with that' 6f,'last: year. In. fact, the yield :throighiou.it Victorisa this year was only uvie.: fo rth' of-. hat it wtas last yvear. " :. 11ltli' February.' . The :bush' firesi- which 'recently swept; : through ithis district. had1 the e...

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HUNTLY. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

HUNTLY. 10th February. . :'Ihc.R Iutly State School committee ,c i-ci ' Hughes, I-. lWhite, T. Bert, /secretary), ami Carter (heiad teacher). Reaference wns nitdc to the necessity of having a teacher s resi d?nce Juilt, and after. hearinp th.' ih:ad tv,.cher it was dccided to tao? no actiou t present. , Mr. WhlIitlock's resignat:on as treasurer was accopted, and the present head teacher 'was appointed to fill the. vacalny The secretary was instructed to ing Ihifl. fr his cffortc; ini conulcetion w~itb; thile teach~er's xcsidnoce.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREIET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite iftzroy Gardens. The Property of the Presbyterian Churoi of Victoria. Established 'in 1875. SPrincipal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.Sc. The Soope and Aims of the College in brief summary show: 1. That scholars are admitted to the Kinder garten and Preparatory Departments from 5 years of age. 2. That there is Accommodation for about 70 Boarders in two hlouses, one for Senior, the other for Junior Scholars. Special provision for little clhildren. Resident French and German gover nesses; also Specialist in Physical Cul ture. Medical supervision. 3. That students are prepared for all pub. lie examinations, and for entrance to all the professional courses at the Univer 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, aro well provided for, and are under the, direction of exports. TERM D...

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INGLEWOOD. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

I NOLEWOOD. 10th' Februtary. : At .i;.:: thc P: ice cCourt thli morning, oefori IMe?irs. ,T.', CG. M'orrow and C C. ;. Aiset, J:.P, , X :Villiarn Gcorgo Macinilmber nand A.lix av:d'er Mac.niumbr,' farm .. ::? Iaborers,. wer'e .chl'az'id ;:!\th haIving m:1 th :night of: tnO ." th. .inst. " assailted Jamies Rloberts. Super- . nitondei't ':;alleider;, of M.aryboroug'k, pro. bc. ut?ed, .and -Mr. 2I. E. Roiran appcared for S'defendantoE. R.:. Ibcrts deposed tlhat on Llh e :r.igit: 'i~iiqirestioi, a.fter imbibing fireely, lie? went to his ]iome amd retirced to rest. Subhsi lsently h hiaroso.and went out. te w, .·vanderei::d to , the notlhit..of theo own- urit ' : he saw a light, and cailed out, :'Wlre am : .R"' T'he def.indants then cane up to Exit ·-·n l,~:~i d Wlli~m. Ge~orge MacRnianiber ·13r ic'k him i his iigh't eye and lknocked lium .dcwn, "ikWilie he wass o.n thel ground botlh-. -..: .defeI.dailts foll on hiui anld beat him..uitifl a -a.:voinian- ~eng ut;, 'tLet, him .up, you :owar...

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KANGAROO FLAT. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

KANGAROO FLAT. 10th February., The harvest festival crvices woh, hcd on Sunday last :'t St. Mary's Church, IKah. garoo FL:at. The rector was the preacher at both services, nd at morniUng pIraver prcaeched a special sermon for the clildren. Tha siuinr g was of a bright character, and Mr. . *i 'into san; ans a solo, "Lead, Iin,!jy ilg]ht,"' by Barnard. At the eveouig service Mi. Top1p lre.ached from St<. Lae,u 1.7, 16. He drew the attention of his bear·ers to the factl that we are nvor chali. loncged with forgetting to thank our fi0 - men for t]he gifts they bestow on lus, 1;ut sometimies we omit:to tha.nk God for his cpmmon and spiritual gifts. He considered ..the ilngrat"ful and thankless person a most undesirable individual to have in :ay i iety.- HFe pointed out that the chiel hutler in Pharoah's household was w.iau 'ineigh to acknowledge that 'he had done, wrong in forgetting lJoeph when he ex ch.iiun'd, "I' do remember my fault th.i? dayv" ,F?'urtlier, the preacher po...

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KERANG. 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

*- · KERANG. 13Sth Februaxry. : An accident occurred in Boundary-str?et to-day; by :which a single: man named TJ. Parminter' had 'ia narrow escape from death.:' I 16 wasl diving a team of four ho-ses- ii a wa'rggoni ol wlnch were several ,avrs: of chlff. He had been in the day b?efore. wi4;h a load of barley, and was re turiingi,' to i Mr. Morrison'sa" home, at Miur rbhit, by 'wlim rhe was employed. .Whilen riair the butter factory the reins became entangled,' and :Paimenter walked on the shafts between Thl e two horses to releae them. Ho losf his balance and fell bc twven tihe two w.horses. One foot was caulht betwe.n th c enids of the twd shafts, whlile hij body iwas 'trailing below. The . orses themn boltcd. Parmenter put mut hk l-ndso tory, and r save himself, and the h]orses trod oni themn sevoral times, lace--at ing thmllnr fo:rfuilly. 13 When near lthe .tandpip, thi ..ormes. moveid apart, andi' P-arinentei'. dronped eens~lass to the grounid. Je'c was picked; up by M?essrs.' H...

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SPORT AT DONALD. Castlemaine, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SPORT AT DONALD. Castlcemiaine. 12th February. Mr. J. Sandl, of the local railway staff, who is a ctrack shot, left Castemiaine on 'I'utsday night to go shootina wild duck near Dontald, tailcin. with him two friends. They had to be baclk' at work!: on'Wednesday night, and conisequently were coinpelled to .leave Donald by hie "midday train. During the shooting time they had fromn daybreak to noon they secured aimongs.t them 78 ducks, 38 falling to the .un of Mr. Sands, and 21 and 19 respectively to the other two mem hers of the iarty.

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