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OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
S : OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa,") Rendigonians are still going away3 aid those that are home do not brave the heat outside their own gardens. The baths ili the reserve are always crowded, and the saneo may be said of the hidies' baths'. The ?rcently-establihed Ping Fong Club has al. ready held several most successful evenings, the evening last week being at "Xclvin," at which Miss Eadie acted as hosfess. Mrs. Eadie and Miss Calder are in fel. .bourne, where tihey were ;oined by Dr. Eadie for the woek-end. Mrs. M'Cormick and Miss Loris M'Cormrick are still shop. ninp in Melbourne: Miss B3ovl is at Middle Park. and Mrs. Beckett and her daughters are at St. Kilda. M1rs, and Miss Bayne are at Quecnseliff, and the Misses Edwards and Darty at Flinders. On Saturday a tournament was held at the .Bendigo Tennis Courts, and a number of .lavers from Inglewood contested in the inames. The Mis~rces Leggo and Miss THowell acted as hostesses, and in spite of the heat there was a good attendanc...
KERANG PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
KERANG PIG MARKE;T. M.essrs. Andrew S. 3Iuir and Co. report having held their fortnightly p?: sale at tliheir bazaar, Kerang, on 13th inst., There was a laree supply of both fat and store pigs. All classes of pigs were in strong demand, and last market's prices wI're well maintained. Wo y.arded 61 fats and 35 stores. Quotations:- Fats-Prime baconers. £4/4/, £4/10/, £4/15/ (th6 latter price was obtained for a pen of very prime pigs, the property of Miessrs. English Bros., of Lake 31eran, the purchasers being Messrs. H-yden and Co., IKerang); lightweight b'ranners P3/10/, £3/15/, to £3/17/; porkers, £2/12/, £3 to £3/3. Stores-Best Stores, £2/4/9 to £2/16/; small pigs. £1/6/6 to £1/ 15/. Poultry.-Turkey hens, 4/2; ducks, 1/8; hens, 1/7.
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. At the Newmarket cattle yards Wednesday there were 2500 yarded, 'comprising 2000 bul locks and 900 cows. The market was. prac tically unchanged. Best bullocks sold at hard ened and improved rates. Quotations:-Prime pens of bullocks, from £10/10/ to £14; good' ,pens of bullocks, from £8/15/ to £10; good light and handy weights from £7/10/ to £8/ 10/: second do. do., from £6/10/ to £7/5/; inferior from £5/10/; best pens of cows, from £7 to £8/10/; odd beasts, to £9/15/; second and useful do., from £5/10/ to £6/10/: others, from £3110/.
BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
B3ENDIGO HORSE M.PM'iTT. a?ssrs. Mlason Bros. report:--W hhd' J fj,1 ,iT " of Jiorse forwarid for Salturday' sa . i.BH "e're prieoent in their usult large r.fmb r? ~. bidding was particularly dull co"isquoAtl ,flt sy 'were made at auc tion. IIowever, du'ri_'? t\iy ,ttt noo° we di.s posed of a number of0 '6i€P" i?'iag" at theo iollowving quotations;--Heani: d6 x tVkl.h, F to £36; mediumn do., £27 to I,2;7Y hlihl h .., - fronm £23; delivery horses £18 to ,??2-/; hu.?gy hliOo%. £12 to £17; ponies, £44]/ Mess.?s. pCpelef zVilin i and Co. report hayv inr_ held t~if k.} ;ek?l? le of horses at their hazaa4 r otf Eiltqrl 'y. thcrl shouitt 7s horses were yarded, whiehi i.htlflhd&1 Ia f proortion of locally owned aniiinii; f! bia'lice haviilt beeIn trucked here from a fofth'ltfi .distrk?, The atteidd'n'c, wa's good. Th6 vairdiig' \vYs principally 6f light.ihariess and c?i soa, although several g'6b4 horses were for0Btd. We so!d a 4-year-old uibrokeci gelking f6f £34/10/: other gelding...
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. lBendigo, '14th February. The market was animated this morning, owing t', the warm weather, and, despite the .fairly heavy supply of fruit, late rates were maintained in most instances the demand be ini strong. Peaches were rather more plen? titul than of late, and they declined slight lvy. Grapes are coming forward but siowly, "and prices still continue hTgh. Bananas were in good request at satisfactory prices. THe quality of this fruit now on offer is very :ood. Pears were in keen request, especially Williams's Bon Cretians, eating sorts, and quotations were steady. Apples were rather firmer. Citrus fruits met with a good de mn:nd, but rates showed a slight decline. Plums were cheap and plentiful. 'Tomatoes were greatly oversupplied, and the price drop. ped to 2/ and 3/ per case. The vegetable market underwent no alteration of note. Messrs. Goddard and Cahill repobt:-Fiji bananas, 12/ to 13/ per case: Queensland do., 12/ to 13/ per case; pineapples, rou...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo. 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo. 14th February. Owing to the hot weather prime quality butter was scarce during the week, and any lines of superfine quality commanded a higl price, but out-of-condition lots were very d.ll of sale at low prices. Prime Gi.ppsland fac tory butter brought 1/ to 1/0Q; prime North crn factory brands, 1l1d to 1/, and other factory lots C10d to lld per: lb. Prime firm oeparator butter realijed 10d to lid per lb., and dairy butter 9d to 10d, with heated and out-of-condition liies down to 6d. The supply of eggs disp]ayed at considerable shrinkage, and owinr to the nearness of the Lenten season the demandl was active, prices hav ing a marked rise. Guaranteed lines sold at lld to 12~d per dozen, and storekeepers and mixed lots at lower rates.. A quant:ty of the cheese forward was affected by the wea ther, but good cheese was in request. Prime new cheese quitted at 6dc to Id per lb., and matured at 7d to 71d per lb.. with very old cheese down to Sd. Ba co...
BENDIGO PIG REPORT. Thursday, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
EENDIGO PIG RElPORT, Thur.day, 12th IFebruary. Mi. F. A HIlI rep-rts: A ,spleidid. yirdirng of pigs forward for to dt.y's .ale, coisistin? principally of bacon. ..er -poi.kers, stea, anid youinig pigs. BTcon' @rs.-There wap the usual attendance of the ctirei's, arid last Weekis prices. were fully maintaiiined. Porkeidt.-'-There was a better yardingr thanii of lath,' and the feeders operat iii dn pigs riot .rime kepf.fle .mnitJce':btboy, ait .at high values. Stoes', -A m4ch" lar'gei' • arding than usual, .nd .. competitiori wts keeti' thro/ighti. i with buyers utisUppled. Ootiattions:-Best brontnrs, £3/5/ to £4/4f:. bthtChs, .froni £3/1/ backfattets frStri I. 4/18/ o £"26// : porkers, £2/7/8 to 2,18/;- ght, frnnom £22/6 stores, 36/ to 45:.; slips, t6 28/ sudketrs and smaill pigs, loI'r. 'ilch calves. to £2/2/ small, ho'n 8/. Csarcase porka, ta 61d per lb. Veail, tu 2d per lb., according tb weight and auality. Messrs. Maiecon Bros. report :--Anm extra heavy yarding of pigs for to-day'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
Liv'e Stlock W~atnt'ebd & For Sale. -.EGIIORNS-Iinprove your strain. Cocker' els, bred by Spotwyood. Second ]3endigo Compctition. 28 Reginald-st. Quarry -Hill. ii 'S ACID.TEBT PAPERS and S.AAPf& V TUBE OF PEBECO MAILED FPEEK On Receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay because the Lactic Acid of fermenttion in the mouth eats through the enamel. After theo * enalmel is once pierced the bacteria of decay caus the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist mut arveit s an'operation. Hero is a simple way' to prevent all' ~( trouble ad pain. For the daily cleanfig of ethe t USE pICBCCO ( Tooth Paste 1 S wbieh ti the one Dentifrice which overeemes Ssacid mouth," and polishes, whitens and Sleanses the teeth at the same time. In M am, the cleansing pewer of PEBECO is remarkable. Its use eunre? he Ite teeth, sound gjms, and A cle6i, healthy moath. MFurth~ orp, uspre 6 PEBECO never live ildpleasant bireath, 8 .T1 he Ac4id-Tgpt Pipers are sent wihthheb Trial Tula I. Sih...
A DAINTY NET BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
A-DAINTY- NETT BLOUSE' ., An exceedingly dainty ..and..prettv little blouse, to be realised in fine cream spot net, is shown in our sketch. It is made with soft pleats and two neat and tiny frills dbwn" the front and to finish the crffs. There arc tiny crystal buttons down the- front, and dccorating the cuffs. The wide; tiurn-down collar is according to the. latest fashion, and is of very sniart shale.
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 14th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
MELBOIP NE - SOCIAL NOTES. S Saturday, 3.4h February.- . .,DEAl R ROSALIND, . Where have been several events this woee -to vary the monotony a little, -and the weather also has been varied, .3ut as far as I am concerned, I find nothing to Prumble at in that, for the summer, so fax, - has been delightful-plenty of bright days, 'hiad but few really very hot ones. But ' linn I do not like th.e heat; in fact, x e.rdiallv dislike it,.so there may be others who think it a horrid summer,. because there has ) ccn very little real heat. - 'I?e arrival of ,larl and, Countess .Grey *nd lady Sybil Grey h]is been the' bignal :for an outburst of ~iospitality. The Lord Mavor welcomend liarl 'trey at the Town iHpll on Titesday, and the Lady Mayoress 'ent?,t;aQiled Countess Grey and Lady Sybil 4ThiV. Then on Wednesday the Hospitality Lecarue of Victoria gave a, hig 't hoome' at the Alexandra 04COb to welcome them. There wass, of W6trse, some speechifying 'te'r tlhe aiusts were formally received. 'Po...
A GIRL'S HOLIDAY FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
: :.;GIRL'S HOLIDAY? "?ROCI. h..:is little linien frock is an ideal model .or ia .girl's aifternoon, summer frock,; for toi'nis and sports, or 1ienie. and seaside olioday -times alike. It is meant to be ilaiisod in honey-colored linen, and has a delightfully original .trimming, consisting .of sailor collar, long, narrow vest,. waist band, and .V-shaped insertion at thel. foot o'f the. slirt, of narrowly, red and wliitfe tiipel linen, There are also tiny -Vu?si-.. tiocns of the same as a finish to the elbow sleeves. The buttons are of holiey-colored li:en, and the smart tie is of cherry-rcd velvet. The low-cut neck is both becoming and comfortablo for so young a girl.
THE RAILWAYS. WHEAT TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
THE. RAILWAYS. WIHEAT TRAFFIC. 'lhere is still a large quantity of whbbd' st.:ckedl at the varidus stations in the lir then districts. The traffic on Saturday wits light, Rochester being the only station to despatch over 1000 bags. The following table shows the number of bags despatched ahid the number of bags which were stored at the different stations on Saturday: , -"Bags j oaded. Stacked. Leidhardc ...... ... .... 380 ... 700 Inglewoodd ........ ....' . - .. 109 Glenalby,"n. ... ...... /-- .... 100 WVedderbiirn ,;......;;. . 798 -;.. 17,500 Korong Val' . . 240 :. 4,200 Wvchitell . ... :. --. ... 17,500 L-Bu'ckrabai'di... 'I '180 .. 20,800 rrikee .. ... . 18,200 OCharl0on . . ...549?.'.,71,000 G eI hloth : . . .. ,. .. , .. 22,600 ycheproof .. . -... 49,000 Duiiosa ... -- ... :1,000 Nullawi .. ;. . ..:: .: . 8,675 Wane .... . - .. 1,000 Kaneira .. ..' ..-. 600 :.. 13,437 Berriwillb6k· . ..:: .. 96 ... :12,749 Boigbe at; -..; . : .:.i ;i...336 :-...` 2,474 Sea, Lake . .. .960 ,......
COLBINABBIN LINE. Colbinabbin, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
,, . : : -Coblbinabbin, 16th F:ebruary.. 7 The6 Colbinabbin railway has now reached thei'temiporary site, and may be said ,to be coihpleted to that point. A fine stack of grain; comprising sonie 45,000 bags, is now oa the- siding, ready for .trucking away. The: first two trucks were sent last weec. Cr. Mr'Kee, of the Waranga Shire, was, it is understood, one to make up the fiist truck sent from Colbinabbin, and every one felt pleased that it had fallen to his lot to do so, as he was one of the hardest wvorkers in agitating for the line. Grain is istill comingi in, but the rush may be said to be over.. It is estimated that about 70,000 bags, or more. will be sent from Winabltt and'Colbiihabbin this season. Had the raihvay, :been completed to the ter. n'inun,q and):al!l conveniences provided, there nwould iihve becn fully, 70,000 bags at Colbinabbiii'p alone, as a large portion of the crop w"as, carted to Rushworth and E1 niore in the absence of means for weighing the grain, .'stackin...
A STOCKING BAG. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
A: STOCKING BAG. A Usiful Possession.-When mater faniilias goes for her holiday she has to take a, certain amount of her work with her. Stockings have to be mended, holiday time or not, and if her children be tinies she~ is kept:pretty busy. She can, however, take. her work on to the"sands or the pier. and for such a purpose she wants a pretty stocking bag. A very charming bag may be made from a length of cretonne. Two half circles of cardboard are first cut and covered on both sides with the cretonne, and on the: outer side of _ia~~-hi'ttlo gathered pocket of silk or satin is .,sewn; which is kept taut by means of an elastic threaded slot near the top. ' piece :of cretoline about three-quarters 'of, a" yard long .. is gathered at eachi: end., afid s: ewn?i heatly, ont to .the cretonne covered'.: cad board. Azi piece .of .tlicik cod lbeing, sewn on tf hido the joinh. The ends of -the cretonnei at Bacniside are neatly' sewn .up otb: form lhe:' bag ' Striiigs of ribbon: with a smarti ...
CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
CLEARING SALES. Messrs. Speucer, Vains and Co. report - We conducted a clearing sale at Yeungrooun on account Mr. I. S. Olive, junr., on Wed nesday, 4th inst., when we sold the ·whole of his live stock and farm plant. Despite the severity of the weather there was a very large attendance or buyers, and hid ding t.iroughout was brisk, and prices were generally considered to be good. A few qcuotatiorns :--Sunshine. harvcs.ter, £60; ,-furrow plough], £20; scarifier, £19/15/; maes and foal, £24/10/ to £29151; geldings £18/151 to £19; 2-year-olds,. £18/ib- to £23j 10/; foals, £11 to £11/10/; comebacks, ewes, C. and 8 tooth, 14/17; 2-tooth comeback. ewes, 15/; comeback wethers, 14/2. Messrs. J. II. Lienhop and Co. rdport having conducted a very successful clear ing sale a. Arnold's Bridge on F'riday last, on account Mr. Alex. M'Callum, wvho is leaving the district. Notwithstanding the excessive heat, one of the largest gather ings yet seen in the district assembled. The plant was in good w...
DINGEE. 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
DINGEE S12th February. A well-attendled leetin of the liDinlg Progress Association 'was held last night. Mr. Jas. Brannan, vhio occupied the chair, snggested tlat a' petition be presented to the East Loddon Shire Council praying that the scale of charges for' weighing at the loI L 'v 't bridge,' be reduced, so a i T ir. ., to line with the rat a gc ed at "'lc ic . - ay weighbridge. Ti oting %vp stronqgil in favor of the re ut ?o :? i?e? ofmt high charges w~c se Vwdat, and ' I it other busi ne ? ý afther.stations. I was agreed that. the rettAy (\ I..A~ udemanan) be asked to draw . e on, and obtain signa tures thereto. It was also decided to ask the shire council to arrange for the bet ter drainage of the main road near the railway crossing.. The unsatisfactory state of the railway sheep and cattle yards was also discussed, and the secretary was direct ed to write the commissioners, resuosting that the new sheep.. and cattle yards, (plans for whiclihave been completed for a long time)...
CHARLTON. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
CHARLTON. 10th February. While practising for tho fire brigades' dcnimorstration, a. young.man named Arthur Morrison was .struck .on the head 1by, a couplihn, and .sustained a serious wooutid. Dr. Dnilop. ordercd. his. immediate re'iicv:alI to the. Inglewood Hospital. .A- young. married man named Janimc.Drtýed was. arrested on Mronday by Couistatce Trewni on a chairo of deserting his ilie' gitimate child. Accused .was brought be Corn Mr. W.~Williams, J.P., and-, remanded on bail to appear on 1,Wednesday: next.
BAMAWM. 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
13th February. Since the inception :"o the irrigation scheme locally 4: n.iiber of- officials con nected with New.. South W aless irrgajtion matters have visited the district.;' O. Wed ? :sdav Messrs .Youl and' .-"'Eachern, of. th-e Yanuc, irrigation, scheme, "were shown .round tl:he district b Enginee'r Gibb.' .Chese gentlemen are said to know nothiU'I otu the re'orted invasion of the' Yancoe scttle nicit by the Americans, who were iookin. for land in the district before -Christmas, notwithstandin wvhich letters are to hand. sItating- that a number of Americans have decided to settle in Yanco, and what Is more, word from an official source in the New South Wales irrigation areas affirms this report. Of the American visitors, the local authorities, when discussing the mat tar of so few Americans coming to stay in the Rochester district, owing to the lack oF land they (the landseekers) consider suit. able, they say that two of the most experi. onced of the December visiting contingen...
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET ETC Bendigo 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
WHEAT AND CEREiAL MAil? .1J, ETC Bendigo. 16th Felit?sfy, The hay market was without animation 11-" da&. the supply. being small. Wheat is steady at 3/4k to 3/5 per bushel. Potatoes are firm at late rates, but onions exhibit a weaker tendency,the quotations to-dclay being £8/10/ to :£9 per ton. ,We quote:-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 per :on; whr-ant, 3/4k to 3,5 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel; strlaw, C) per ton; flour. £8/10/ ton; bran. £4/15/ per ton: pollard. £4/15! per ton; Cape barley, 3/6 p( r.beshek, new 1 otatoc::. Carmni?.. £5 t, .5,5: 10/ per ton; Pinkeyes. £4 to £4/101 per ton; new onions, Brown Spanish, £8/10/ to £9 per ton. Mr. W. Cowling reports:--Wheaten -h'os ve.s, £2 per ton: oaten. £2 per ton: straw. 301 ton; wheat. 3/4. to 3/5 bnushel: Cape h:irle?, 3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel. Mlessrs. Jonus. Miller and Co. report:--~ New potatoes. Carmens, £5 to £5/10/ per ton: Pinkeyes. £4 to £4/1(01 per ton: onions, Brown Spanish, E£8/10/ to ...
CASTLEMAINE. 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914
10th lFebruary. Flockls of starlings are invading the dis tilct, and are doing much damage to the f nit crops. They are also becoming a pest on the slleep runb at Elphinstone and Sut ton Grance. They alight on the fleeces or the sheep .in droves while they are feeding, and wlfat- they are after has not yet beeln a.certained. a n . 1th rebruary. It is u:,derstood that on the recommcnu d.tion of the Indeterminate Sentences Pcar1., the Government is arranging icr j? ,- I t N the purchase of a farm in the Castlemaino district, to be worked by the inmates of the R'formrnatory rison, who have provid by good conduct that they are worthy ,;t being entrusted with such hlberty. ''ler0 :Are it present ill the reformatory 25 younlll m.en between thi auges of 17 and 26 ycar.. It is intended to house them on the farm on the cottage pminciple, and they wiil be t:u?,ht by a. Govermnenct expert how to manage thei farm, and in the course of : few years they w:ll not have only becoime good farm hands,...