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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

PERSONAL. Lately Mr. W. Tli.itcr's healtlh hat; not permitted of his attending to his. dircc toria:l: ?uties in the minis in which .ihe hlas lai'go interests. On l'Tnosday .his' resig nation .afiter .long years: of .service .. as a directoir of the Giarden Gully United wis accepted wiitlh .regreit. .is son, -Mir.W.V D. HLuster. was appointed to the vacancy. Mr "j. T.' Kyne, who r was appointed " " town clerl oflthe Botouglh of Echuca yes. : tcrday .wveek, :htas occupied rlihe position of secretatry -of lithe Shire of:: Muarong for the past .eioght -ears. ..e is a: nitive of Sale, G : : ippsland, aid caine to Maia.ug frolm Glen~arry.:': About five years :ago lhe: vwas' ap pointed ". justicc of the peace, and since then l:hel has frequently' occupied a seat on: .:::the'bench at the Marong Police Court. He : has .idncutified .hiimself withl-i many move ments for the: advancemdnt of -Maro-ng aiid the interests of the shire i:- general, and he : is regarded as one of the most capable shi...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitoris at the .Iotel Slham. r:''ock for the Plast week incltded:-L-Mr. E G. Clarke, Mosman Syvdn@; Mr. and Mrs. :C.alugli. United States; M2r. E. G. Davi., ¶Toolaniba, Queensland: Mr. 1. J. Snitb San, Francisco: Mr. WV. Eldwick, Gippsland, Mr. Knox, Ballarat; Mr. 1... Newbigan, s~t I'ilda; Mr. G. Eaton, East'-Caulfield; Mr. and Mrs. Wildman. London; Mr. J. Stmid more, Sydney; Mr. Bellman, Parkvill; Mr. J. J. Jackson, Toorak; Mr. and Mrs. Car, Caniberwrll; Mfr. RI. Pullen, Blighton Beach; Mr. J. Hentridge, Adelaide; and Msi. S. Stewart, Mr. Keogh, P.M., Mr. G.' H, Morgan, Mr. R. Biddle. Mr. Dunlop, Mr. J. Snider, M. II. N. Holm, Mr. Joseph, Mr. Carroll. and Mr. Dodgshun, of Mel Iourne. At the City Family HIotel the list.con sisted of Mrs. Stewarit, Camberwell; Mr. G. Currie, "Narraport,.". VWycheproof; Mr. SJ. II. Goudge. "Binealong," Macorna; Mr. Ford, Camnberwell; Mr. James, New Zea land: Mr. J. E. IHuiter, t. Kilda; Mr. W. Coutts, "Ellerslie," S...

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

13th 1'ebruary. .U Very. few sports got bags worth mention- at iug .on the opening morn of the, shooting season. The. Mt. Scobie preserves, which ire guarded in the interests of a syndicate of gunners for months before the. openin of the season only gave the spo'ts aboua, 90 birds for the efforts of 15 guns. iV1r. Raleigh' was - the highest scorer with IS birds-the best tally yet to hand in the district. The swamps in the vicinity of the s .,Waranga channel had plenty of water, bhut t birds were wild after the shooting earlier di in the month across the border. Wood a duck were to be seen flying high in large flocks. Gunners who kept sentry along the b5ig channel had better luck than those .ho made a round ofl' the awamps in motors, a etc. .One channel guard got eight fine a •birds. Another sport slept beside a dam p1 till awakened by the alighting of the ducks ba -in the wat/e His dreamy tactics were re- of warded with four black ducks, accounted ne for in two shots. is Landseekers...

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

ST. ARNAUD. 12th February. : M iss OC Morrison, of St. Arnaud, was .indulging in a game of tennis on the Roman Ca..itholic Court when she rian after a hall i which had been hit out. Unfortunately she tripped 'on the couit and fell heavily. She was taken to Dr. Fleming's surgery, wheroe it was found that the suffere?;' left s~oul-. der had been badly dislocated. NEWSPAPER JUBILEE.-It 18 50 years to day since .th6 "St. Arnaud Mercury" was first published. Amongst early emnployes 'iiv the paper were the IRev. A. R. Edgar, as a boy, and Ir. E. W. O'Sullivan, after wvards i member of Parliament and Cabinet Minister in New South Wales.

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BUSH FIRES. KAMAROOKA FOREST OUTBREAK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

BUSH FIRES. KAMAROOKA FOREST OUTBREAK. A. fire which has been burning at Kama, rooka. during the past two days has de stroycd a large. quantity of forest timber. Mr. Andrew Grogan, v'ho recently took u; 1200 acres from the Crown has had --rac tically the'whole -of his grass and timbei burnt.

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OUTBREAK AT BALLENDELLA. Baliendella, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

OUTBREAK.\1 AT LALLENDE.LLA. Bahiendelli, 16th February. ,A .ic ti.h t{ircatened fo do much dar.l age brrkeb ou ;ii stutlile j laddoek be .lungcrii .to Messrs. Ilrcarly at about 9 o'cloed on Fridiy . inoirning. T'e flamef Vit triavellig" toiVarlds t~le "Tower Fhrm';" oii : whici. the bl'ii sur, y to'-cr of loge is btild, irg, buth thle ortbrcak was i1ot .masterCed m'ntil several .c ains of fenci~rg Had id'eii oestro3ed. ,. How tili fir , started . is ir koiivi' NighLborjiig settlerd did 0461 wbork in ptitting thc firc oiut.

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FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

FRUIT 31A.RKET. .Melbournce 16th February. 1:',.-I : the Wlestern Market to-day were: -ApplC,/ Coice eating. 4/6 to 64 case; good, 31 to 4/: il;r'W0 , 1/6 to 2/: good cooking, 3/ to 4/; infrir;, 1/6 to 2/6. Figs. 6/ to 6/6. hrapces. Cha.sseat,. 3/ to 4/6; Black Prince, 7/, to 9/; R. les DL rm, 6/ to 71- Muscatel, 4f to ?/; Terrets. 5/ to 6/, Lemons, Viotorian, 5/ to 101: Italian, 25/ !:o 26/ do.ble. Oran es, Itt?th, 171 case. p0.e,.ches, best, 5/6 to 7/: ofthers, 3/0 to 4/6. Pears, ripe W.B.C., 6/ tfo 7/: grecr, 4/ to 6/. Piniaipples, Queens, 5/6 to 6/& dO6ile; rough, 4i6 to 5/6. Plums, dark, 2/ to 1/ C'ase; light. 3/6 to 3/: Japanese, 2/6 to 4/. Toiuatov.s, good. 53 to 4/6; others, L/' to 2i6..

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COUNTRY LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

COUNTRN Y LAND SAIE'S. Messrs. Alf. E. Wallis and Co, of Bendigar and MIelbourne, report having just completed the foUllowing sales:--Under instructions "rom the excecutors in the Estate of the late Tho mas Ha.ines, 640 a:res of land, parish of Diggorra, nt £10/13/ nvr, acre, to MI'Gregor Bro... of Bamawm: 126 acres, snme parish, at £8/5/ to J. T'. Ininres: 234 acres at Marrnn . cn 3o. M;'s. S. Delves, to J. W. Road. at f7 pe:r a~ze: 320 acres at Shl. hourne, nar. A. E. Wallis's Es.tate, to W. H. Va-lli.,; 690 acres of Myrnong Estate. ac, Dr. A.. W. Rinder, to W.. C'arin, at £5/15/ er a -r; 474 acre-s of.'-,ymong .'tate, ac. Dr. A, W. Rinder, to Coutts Bros., at £5/2/6 per acre ??ah; 568 acre?s of Myrnon?g Estate, ac. D)r. A. W, kHilnder, to '1. Json, 5 Iper acre; 305 acrcs at Yarrawalla, ac. C. W. Armstrong, to .. Byrne, at a sLtisfactory price; 70 acres ai Evetrton, in the eatite of the late J. Donovan, n?l?r instructions from ihe Sand hurst and No S#h .rn District Trustees,. Exec...

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FIRE IN MALLEE SCRUB. St. Arnaud, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

.FIE IN MALLEr- SCRUB •St.. Aiiniid, 16th Febriiary. A ibush fire broke put three miles to thd east of St. Arniiurl ystcrday iaongst th l malle taingle, whiiih is very denise in the locality. A north wind fannied the flames, and iman y miles of ouniitry ivere traverfed. The flames at times shot 20ft. irito the air. FJortinmately. the oitbreak did nbt extend to the good grass paddocks. Many voluji teers motored from St. Arandi Ard lid fire is nowm under control.

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MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MArRXLIONAL. . - A pretty wedding was cdeleb'racted oh Saturday, 7thi February, at St. Patrck's: Cathecdral, Melbourne, bythe ReF. Pather O'Connell. The contractinS .artieq- being Mlr. Fralcis Mason MIoorc, thid .son of Mr. John Mioore, of Quarry Hill, Bcncdiro, and Miss Eilccn J)clan, youngest daughter' of M Mr. Patrick Dolonh, of .Anderson-streatC; fBl.digo. The bri..!, who was .ivn away by -hcer brother-in-law , (Mr. S. P. Smith),: was l:retily attirced in whito embroidered voile with a whito tulle hat,'and was attended by Miss Lottio Doln.n (sister -of the brudc) and Miss Mag gie Moore :(sister of the bridegroom). Mr. Sydr.cy O'Longhlin .cnrried out the dutics of best man. The -wedding breakfast was, •ecltercd. for c.tthe T.ubira Cafc, a large n:mber. of friolde oFa both fuamihcs beir,, present .. Many haindsome prcsents, includ. ini.' cheques, were Treceived. Mr. and Mrs. Mioore's prcccnt address is Richmond.

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INTER-STATE CRICKET. VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Adelaide. 13th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

IT'fiR-STATE GRICKET. VICTORLIA V. SOUTII AUSTRALIA. Adelaide. 13th February. The final cricket iimatc' of the seasona for the Sheffield Shield betwcau South Aus tralia and Victoria was begun on the Ade-. lai(? Oval to-day in tihe pres'nce of ia coupl1o h kclndred spcctainors. C. BJill the South Adlgfralian cantain, won. the toss from Carroll, awl decided to have first uso of the wicket The innings reached th, fair total of 274, Hi'! hattiino nicely for :105. Ryder bowled finelr for the Victorians, and secured -even wickets for 85 runs in 23.:3 overs, including t\'c maidens. The Victorians connmmenced badly;r, and at the call of time had l.st two irickets for 28 runs. Sco:es: SOUTh AUSTRALIA First Innings. Mavyne, L IRyder ............ Middleton, c Wilbs, b Ryder 34 Crawford, c Lugtcin',. 1 Souter 27 C. Htll, c and t Ry?der ... ... 105 MoyCes, cI Matthews, b ~lyder 1... Pellew, b Lugton ...... .. ... 1 Smith, c Souter, b MIattlhrws " Willsmore, c and b Ryder".- 14 Price, b Ryder ......

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A CHARMINGLY PRETTY GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

ACTARtMINGLY PRtZETTY GOWN. : .The prettiest -little suimmeir frockt I have, .. "een for. some time is tllis c.ptiresque aud :dninty. gown, with ,its" :touch a of old-world charm in the. drailJced and' fiowe ed slkirt. :T.he smiart little. loose coant .is of old-roso tu. sor, secured wvith a quaint waistband n nud bow o of old-rose. satin. The wee chemisectte is of fine creanm lace, and it is S.firisecd off .witi a. very full neck frill of: wvhite ne~ tied with o01-r1ose satf.ii:n ribbons SThe' full and diralped skirt, is of. caeam'; ,.crepl n pattdrned. all over with: soft dniiaask ..roes. -,, becoiniang hati ,of. black: s.tin is ::also bsket'cied with its, brim ~of black tulle; and: upstaidihn :. damask :iroes. .lian ' 'old : rcse!' sunshardo is carried. '

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HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

HBOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND "AUGHTERS (BY MADAME ROSE.) ;: 1'bThere is but one thought in the mind 'of every woman jls.t n:ow regarding modes, Sand she persistently dweluls . on holiday ifaslhious, A very great percentage of the young women of to-day are workers, anti ti the workers tile holiday is tlhe one time in all the year vwhen they may devote them rselv6.s whole-heartedly to the delights of dtrcss. There is time to study apcpearances. * to choose what gowns and hiats to wear, and how to. wear them, time to experiment -with new coiffures, and consequently mil lincry coomes more to the fore. This year's ?.holiday modes are charmingly pretty, and S there is small excuse for the woman who do.. s not look her very; be'st by the seaside hor° in the heart of tlie country. The lingerie frock inas yielded~l.joopularity to the' emart;, piquant little "costumcnes of spoi'ge cloth, linen, voile, 0or .silk anrid :broclo wlhite with touches of brilliannt~ coloring i unive?r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

.TMPORTANT 'TO EVERY WOMAN. .L MRS. M, P. STEWART, Of the Headquarters Staff of 'THE IADIES' C.OLLEGCE OF, HEALTH," 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. will Visit Bendigo on the first 'naid second Thursday. of acan month, and may .be Consulted at the City Family Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 v.m. Every woman who is the viatin of ill health, or.. whod is threatened wit' . critical operatioun and 'every wife who J-,s neen dis appointed in her desire to fill t'ne noble mis sion of-motherhood, 'should seek the skilful advice of Mrs. Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Bendigo authorisend to supply Dr. D., S MI. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily -Home., T'rcatment. Those who cannot call personally are 'invited to send 2d for nostage to Dept.; ' 9, Ladies' College of Health, 46 Eliza;beth street.. Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health,': a book whiob every woman should possess. I have never nmot a Goinan yet who was anxioqi.sto kill any Briitisher whom he knew, and I.,lhave ...

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A BEAUTIFUL SUMMER COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

\. TEELAUTPTjUL SUMMERs COAT. SThe prettily-draped, full coats; of satiin ia 'pale :colors arie ;thle most popular gar nenits. of the yearc nd lhey arle at once pirtliresque* and useful. The doat illus ~tiated is of soft reversible satin in a lemon yellow shade, with a deep border, enufs, and, crll ar of silver-grey satin. T'he sleeves are a p?retty and comfortable shape, mnd. such a coat is the very thing, for, a wrap, easily sliip.d on over a'-daity j summle., frock. rThe charming litUte 'at, also sketli?ea, is of grey 'straw, li~d with black velvet 'and timmced with butterfly wings of grey.-over yeollow tulle-a deliciois effect: *

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

S ROCHESTER. 10th February. The annual meeting of the Rochester Library was held on Monday evening,, Mr. Downo in the chair. The following com. mittee was elected :-Messrs. Worner, Kelly, Meredith, Rogers, Gallop, Fitzgerald, Downe, Roberts and Daly. Mr. Downe moved a hearty vote of thanks to the sec retary (Mr. Shields), who was always at tentive to members, and had brought the library into a good financial position. Mr. Daly seconded the motion, which was car ried unanidsously. Mr. Shields thanked the members for their kind remarks, and hoped the library would do even better this year than last. At a committee meeting held subsequently, Mr. Daly was appointed pre sidcnt. Mr. Downe was unanimously elected vice-president. Mr. IKelly .was re elected treasurer, and Messrs. Ising and Jewell were appointed auditors. The secretary re ported a credit of £4/12/1 after paying ac counts. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to the retiring presideait, Mr. Downe. After the routine budness of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

184J DIAM ON JUBILEE 1914 O~H- : K Ij* I OF~ SU-T P.R EM1E FIOIR SIXrrT lY YEA RS~. iE . ROWLANDS .PROPY. LTD., AATAL~ATY~ URAL A MELBOURNE, BALLARAT, SYDNEY AND KATOOMBA, AGENTS for KOOMAH SPA BENDIGO AGENTS--BENDIGO & STEWARD CO-OPERATIVE BREWERY CO, LTD., EoLAP

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

*THE ROCHIESTER BRASS BAND. Ttis band was very successful in the Band Con test at the Slhepparton Sports Carnival on ::ednesday, gaining first prizes for the Selection and Walty, and second prize in the Quickstep. Mr. A. T. Pattinson, a former iwellknown Bendigonian, acted as drum- maior in place of Mr. Arthur, as shown in the ihotograph. Mr. \Will Hawley,. the :.handn iaster, is also an old Bendigo boy. :: (A. Shields, photo.) COMBATING HIH YA iBBIE PEST AT ROCI1ESTEnR The vabbie pest is.rapidly increasinghalong the channels throughout the Rochestel dis trict. So much so, indeed, that the Govern tment haves Trohibited fising in the channels. considerinug that the large cod, with which :the. channels abouiid will feed on th .vabbies, and in time e:radicati- the pest. ..Tlie yabbies; wIii?c? are of a??la::lrge size 1,-urni the ehaijnel. hanky =into a. dverit'able ho.lineveombi withi .their burriws.so ?fi~`? .lireaka~w~as ·fre frequeainf;:adi h much trouble anad ??iense.is in'iiicur'r...

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EUCALYPTUS INDUSTRY. DANGER FROM FIRES. FARMERS WANT PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

EUCALYPTUS INDUSTRY. DANGER FiOM FIRES. FARMERS WANT PROTECTION. Farmers fringing the eucalyptus scrub -cointry oot oil tne ±taywood and Huntly .sides are living in constant dread of their holdings being swept by bush fires. They .assert that in consequence cf tue menace ieoule are kept away from the district, uand as a result land nurices are depressed. No accurate record has been kept oi tue num ber of fires that have occurred during each vear, but it has been further .asserted that there has been an appreciable increase with the coming of the eucalyptus industry. The distillers have resented allegations that they have often fired the country for their owh gain regardless of t'he los: i "hat neigihboring farmers sustain. MIattcrs came to a head some two years ago, wheu a fire that start 2d near Milwood dam dashed out of tlhe scrub and consumed a Iar~e quantity. of -timber and fencing owned by 'Mr. D. Egan. It swelt through Mr. A. .i. Uowe's. pad dock. and after completing £200 wor...

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WIRELESS WONDERS. NEW YORK AND BERLIN CONNECTED. NEW YORK, 12th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

WIRELESS WONDERS," NEWV YORK AND BERLIN CONNECTED. NEW YORK, 12th February. A splendid illustration of the degree of verfection attained by wireless telegraphy has been demonstrated here. Wireless press messages were exchanged between Germany and the United States o'er .a dista.nc~ of, roughly, 3200 miles. Congratulatory ethlergrams were received from the South African press, the Berlin newspapers, the United States Ambassador tr Germany, ard the German Emperor. Thackeray tells of a peasant woman beg Finn alms from him, who, seeing him put tiny his hands in his pockets, said-"May the blessings of Providence follow you," but when he >nly pulled out his snuff-box, she immediately added, "And never over take you!"

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