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MARRIED UNDER ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MARRIED UNDE?I ARIREST. Jacques Pichard was on his way to be m·arried at St. Malo (France) on Saturday, 27th pDecember, when two gendarmes rode up to the wedding party and arrested the bridegroom for stealing' a bicycle. Piclhard admitted the theft, but the bride. eloquently pleaded that the priest was waiting at the-church, and that a marriage i ostpned might easily beconme no marriage at all. The gendarmes talked the matter over, and finally 1lrmitted IPichard to be mar. ried while under arrest. They stoodl on each side of him while the ceremoily wrls performed, allowed him to kiss the bride, anld then took him off to prison at Avinanches.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

....... O ODS REQU!RED TO LAST A LIFETIME.7 .. ........ ...............HOM....... HOME REQUISITES THAT INDICATE TASTE. . . . . . . ............? DESIGNS AND TEXIURES, TONINGS AND COLORINGS G:IUARAN T EEING PERMANENCY OF BRIriT. EFPFECTS;:: :,::.-': 2 These are the Results of BEEHIVE VIEW POINT PURCHASES. We have bought in the: Chl;eapest Mar,?t :: :we have Revolutionised our Buying1-th'refore our Selling is becoming, phenomenal.:- t:.i<.!..i.......:.:..;:......;:.. • `. lM FURN::SHD ITH B:EEH.IV IUiSHE UDi;R::T:B Ei::F TJ .Q ES INDEE, e :are: read to de monstrate: our po~e toperso ou. Inspection wi ier We have?aBig Output : Our Stock is daily chani g, WE GO I RE AI ' Y... * TIEWA P'OIINT Ft7RRIT'U7RE WATAREEIEOTSE, NEAR OUR ,BEElilVE STORE, . B

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"IRREGULAR" WEDDINGS IN SCOTLAND [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

"1RRIEGULA.R" WEkDD)INGS IN SCOT. LAND' Business of the ordinary courts at the Glasgow Sheriffis Court at the end of De cemnber was conlinually interrupted by bridal pairs arrivingi for the usual lhog manay "irrerular" marriages. A rcord, year has been! experie|ced at thel' c, urt for these mnarriag-s. The total was 1900, or fully 2530 more than last year. T', is form of marriage liai more than doubled in nunmbihr within two decades, its Ipopularity being attributable Io its cheap ness, lack of formality, and the saving of time. The couple, attended by two witnesses, ,1.pear before the sheriff and swear that thev :have been resident in Scotlandl for 21 days. Thereafter the ceremony is con eluded by making the customary declara tions at the district registry. AMUSING ENGLISHI IIOWLERS. Muddled knowledge among schcolboys has seldom reached such a delicious pitc- as in the following "howlers": Gong is the masculine .f bele and vicar of vizen. 'Tho mmncra, wealth of a country is gingeor...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER. (From Our Special Correspondcnt.) S' LONDON, 5ti&.,Januairy;"; There ,was nothing very rcmairlc,?e about the .New Year"s honors .list;. Of 'lthle niv~e new peerages: tlhe most interesting is' tha' conferred: .'upon .:Mr. .Bryce,: wvho becon es; i?: Viscount: He is emiient: alike as ?is his torian . and- a statesman, and is perhaps tho most distinigufished ambassdoir who hvver re presented Ithis :country at WaTshington. 1- Two of the,: otlier Jpeera.es are of the: ex-officio kind, heino' conferred zupon: Sir Ruf'us. Is acs as Lord:. Chief Justice and 0 Mri Alexander" Tire as Lord :President of the Court of Ses. sion. Anotlher interesting' name in :the hzlurs, list was thliat of Mr. Ovwen Seimann the editor of "Punch.". He is the second editor. of the -famnous. jcurial to be: sG honored.: : Sir rrancis- Burnandi having bee, knighted 12 years ag·o.: "Punclh" haas iin deed, figured lpretty fredluehtly in: honors lists, and; besides those :mentionedl kioight, h...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. TWICE MRS. GEORGE WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SITEMS OF INTEREST. TWICE MIRS. GEORGE WOOD. Mrs. Rose Wood, who ws 103 years of age i:n March, died at Chertsey (England) on the 2Sth Decccmu._r. She was married twice, and by a strange coincidence- each husband was named George \Wood. As a child she attended 1icmcingtou P'alace with her uncle, Mr. Ric.ard \Westall, -R.A.. Queen Victoria's first drawinz master, and consequently saw CbCeen Victoria when she was a child. ilcr death brings the total of cen teil arians' deaths during the year to 43 in the United Kingctom, as compared with 32 in the preceding year. Of the total 32 were omeni and 11 men, as compared with 20 women and 12 men in the preceding period. Seventeen had just attained the century, while seven died at 101, six each at 103 and 104, two eachI at 105 and 110, and one each at 113, 109 and 103.

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. A. handicap district competition whichl has. been in progress at Castlemaine dur ing the past mouth has been won by T. Allan, junr. The conditions were 10 shots at each 200 and 600 yards: The principal scorers w?ere:-T. Allan, junr., 46 at 300 .yards, 44 at 600 yards, handicap 9, total 99; P. Botten, 45, 43, 6-94; T. Arthur, 4.8, 41, 4-93; C. Bertuch, 41, 40, 8--92; J. Sands. 42, 44, 6-92; E. Tonkin, 40, 35, 17-92; W. Sincock. 47, 37, 7-91; Captain 3. Leech, 42, 44, 4-90; T. Allan, senr., 42, 40, 8-90. The competition between the rifle clubs of the Castlemaine district, the conditions being 10 men a side, 10 shots at 300 yards, resulted as follows:-Taradale, who were given a handicap of 20 points, were defeated by Castlemaine by 8 points, the scores be- ing-Castlemaine, 434; Taradale, 426. For the winners the highest scorers were-H. Govett. 48; T. Arthur, 46; and C. Bertuch and P. BIottcn, 45 each; and for the losers W. East and J. M'Clure, 44 each; W. Grant, 43; and...

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SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION.   Mystic Park, 65 (W Knapton 33) beat Swan Hill, 49 and 63 (M'Donald 20; Cham bers 16, Beatty 14, Brownlow 12, Knapton eight for 52, M'Murtrie four for 13, Beggs five for 29) by 16 runs on the first innings.

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AN OLD BENDIGONIAN. INTERESTING CAREER. HIS 87TH BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

AN OLD BENDIGONIAN. INTERESTING CAREER. HIS 87TH BIRTHDAY. On Saturday Mr. Heinrich Schutt, an old resident of Big Hill, celebrated his 87th birthday. Mr. Schutt is a native of Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, and prior to coming to this country saw active service in the Germany army, and, served as   sergeant in the 2nd Company of the 3rd Schleswig-Holstein Jager Corps in the   campaign of the years 1848-49. During an   engagement in the campaign Mr. Schutt   received a bullet wound in the knee, and while in the hospital he was taken prisoner and removed to Copenhagen, Denmark, where he remained until an exchange of prisoners took place between the Germans and Danes. He then returned to Germany. At the close of the war between Schleswig- Holstein and Denmark he was awarded the Cross of Remembrance (Erinnerungs Kreuz) for his services in the struggle for the rights and honor of the Schleswig-Holstein Herzogthuemer, accompanied by a doc...

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

'Pi.E TrTOPI.\AN STATET LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. Centre-The ion:. ;I .f. Davies (Pre. den(t), lion. A. O Suchse (Chairman). Right of' President:-Frcnt Fent--T oni. J Y~? w:...i A. A. Austin, F. I-Hagelthorn, TV. A :\damson, .F. Brawn D. C. M.' 14ride T·. Re,?, H. F. Richardson, J. .ternbere. T. HI. Payne, Russell Clarke, and A. Robinson. Back R~ow-I-Ious. J. Y. M'Donald. J. K. Merritt. and Frank Clarke. Left of President .--Front R-ow-H-Ionls. V. S. Manifold, D. MIelville W. AngTiss, R. (Beckett, . B. Rees, E. J. White, J. , A Aikmman, and A. Hflicks. Rck' Row-Hons. J. P. Jones, W. HI. Fielding, A. M'Lelland, and V. J. Evans. The Clerks (Miessrs. l'Cn:I, Pearson and lToward) are seated in front of the President. ON THi? BAN.\KS (OF THEI HUTI' RIVER, NOPTH ISLAND, N.Z (] lock by -Iarringtons Ltd., Sydney and Melbourne). MR. HEINRICH SCHUTT, OF BIG HILL, who celebrated his 87th birthday on the 14th inst. An interesting paragraph concerning Mr. Schutt's life is published in another column....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. PERYMAN (nee Bradshaw).-On the 29th January, 1914, at "The Cottage," 3 Spencer street, St. Kilda, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Peryman-a daughter. DEATH. CHARLESWORTH.-On the 10th February, at Olinda-street, Quarry Hill, Mary, relict of the late Wm. Charlesworth, produce   merchant, Bendigo, aged 80 years. DAVIS.-On 31st January, 1914, Mosquito Gully, Break o' Day, Kangaroo Flat, Strongbow William Everitt Davis, beloved husband of Mary Jane Davis, aged 59 years. WALLER.-On the 9th February, 1914, at Perth, W.A., Frederick, son of the late John and Maria Waller, of Bendigo, aged 46 years. IN MEMORIAM. DOBIE.-In loving remembrance of our dear mother, Margaret Dobie, who died in   Bendigo Hospital 15th February, 1913. We loved her once, we love her still. Forget her, no, we never will. -Inserted by her loving sons and daughters and daughters-in-law and grandchildren. CROFTS.-In fond memory of my dear   husband and...

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GOLDEN-SQUARE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

GOLDEN-SQUARE BRIGADE. The following teams were picked Thursday to represent the Golden-square Fire   Brigade at the forthcoming demonstration: -Sixes--Hydrant, S. White; coupling, H. Eadie; branch, E. Rowe; assist, A. Francis; pole and second branch, P. Daykin; pole, A. Daykin. Four Men Event-Hydrant, S.   White; coupling, P. Boxall; pole and branch, P. Daykin; pole, A. Scaddan. Ladder Eights-Hydrant, S. White, coupling,   P. Boxall; pole, W. Boxall; pole and   assist, A. Scaddan; ladder, H. Eadie; foot ladder, A. Nankervis; ladder lifts, A. and P. Daykin. Eights-Hydrant, A. Owen; first and second coupling, P. Boxall; first branch, R. Heuston; plug, A. Nankervis: hold back, H. Trembath; pole and assist, A. Scaddan; pole and branch, W. Boxall; assist back, W. Brown. Disabled Hose- Hydrant, P. Boxall; coupler, H. Eadie; plug and second coupler. S. White; branch, R. Heuston; pole, P. Daykin; pole and assist, A. Scaddan. Y Coupling-Hy...

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

OBITUARY. The obsequies in connection with the death of the late Mr. George Skilbeck were carried out on Tuesday, when his remains were interred in the Methodist section of the Bendigo Cemetery. As the deceased gen- tleman was an old and highly-respected   adherent of the local corps of the Salva- tion Army, and held the office of quarter- master, he was accorded a full Salvation Army funeral. The cortege, which moved from his late residence, 243 High-street, was headed by the Salvation Army Band, and many soldiers, who played the popular and appropriate hymns "Hiding in Thee" and "Lead Kindly Light" en route to the cemetery. There was also a large atten- dance of sympathising friends. The casket, strewn, with beautiful floral tributes, was borne to the grave by Soldiers R. Hyde, B. Davis, E. Templeton and A. Miles, and a most impressive burial service was con- ducted by Adjutant Cowsley, assisted by Staff-Captain Pinnell and .Mrs. Brigadier M'Kenzie. The hymns "Forever...

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SETTLER INJURED. Restdown, 12th February [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SETTLER INJURED.   Restdown, 12th February   Settler Robert Bartrop met with a serious accident on Friday afternoon. He     was delivering a load of long wood at Settler Mowatt's house, at Rochester East.   As he was tilting the last log — a very heavy on — off the dray the horses moved at the moment, causing the unfortunate man to fall forward out of the dray. He turned a complete somersault, and landed vio- lently on his head. The accident was wit- nesed by his daughter, Mrs. Ross Furphy, of Tocumwal, who was on a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. Wolfe, who resides adjacent     to Mr. Mowatt's. Mesdames Furphy and Mowatt carried Mr. Bartrop into the house, and the latter, who is a trained   nurse, applied first aid remedies. Dr. Hamilton was quickly in attendance.   Injury to the spine was feared, and the patient was unconscious. Under treatnment Mr. Bartrop regained hi...

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LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS. LIST OF HOTELS. Melbourne, 9th February [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

LICENSES REDUCTION BOARD. DEPRIVATION SITTINGS. LIST OF HOTELS. Melbourne, 9th February The board held sittings at the Law In- stitute room to-day, when it announced lists of hotels to be dealt with at depriva tion sittings as under: INGLEWOOD LICENSING DISTRICT. At the courthouse, Inglewood, commenc- ing Wednesday, 25th March, at 10 a.m. List as submitted by Superintendent Cal lander:-Adelphi Hotel, Inglewood; Bank Hotel, Inglewood; Bridge Inn Hotel, Kingower; Exchange Hotel, Inglewood; Harp of Erin Hotel, Inglewood; Post Office Hotel, Rheola; Railway Hotel, Ingle wood . Sandhurst Hotel, Bridgewater West; Spring Creek Hotel, Kurting; Vic oria Hotel. Wehla; Wayman's Hotel, Rheola. WEDDERBURN LICFNSING DISTRICT. At the courthouse, Inglewood, Tuesday, 31st March, at 10 a.m. List as submitted by Superintendent Callander:-Commer cial Hotel, Wedderburn; Junction Hotel, Korong Vale. GOLDEN-SQUARE LICE;NSING DISTRICT. At Warden's Court, Bendigo. commenc ing Monday. 17th April. at 10 a.m. L...

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1891 (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

1891 (Continued). The obituary for 1891 included the fol- lowing :---Mr. W. Heffernan, aged 81, and Mr. T. Mundlelein died in March; Mr. John Burne, 73, and Mr. H. Buldt, 63, in May; Mr. W. Hutchens, 63, in August; Mr. J. Fawns, 68, and Mr. W. Beebe, 64, in September; Rev. A. Stoker, 75, Mr. J. M'Lean, 67, Dr. J. Nish, 66, Mr. W. A. Wenborn, 50, and Mr. S. Schmidt, in October; Mr. J. Brockley, 74, in November; Mr. T. Robertson, 65, and Cr. C. Reeder, 58, in December. Mr. Wm Heffernan died in March. He was born near Tipperary in 1810. He arrived in Bendigo in 1852, and with Mr. J. Crowley opened a restaurant in Auction- street, an irregular thoroughfare running from the site of the Town Hall towards where Pike's Corner now is, and junction- ing there with Camp-street. Subsequently, they purchased the allotment on which   the Shamrock stands, and erected a hotel. The Concert Hall was build for free con- certs. When the partnership between Mr. Crowley and Mr. Heffernan was...

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LATE COUNTRY NEWS. SHEEPDOG'S TACTICS ADMIRED. Rochester, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

LATE COUNTRY NEWS. SIIEEPDOG'S TACTICS ADMIRED. Rochester, 16th February. At the Colbinabbin stock sale a block occurred among a mob of sheep that had Leein yarded, and at the word of command, a dog belonging to Mr. A.. B. Kemp, of Heathcote. ran along the backs of the packed sheep, and, when told -tb do so, drolped into the midst of them, deftly - scattering :th animals and relieving "the block. Several times the, clever dog did this, to the admiration of the stockmen present. There are two dogs at Bendigo that have been taught similar tactics. Messrs. K. O'Brien and T. Chaimberilain own dogs that, will enter a -railway sheep truck and empty it at the word of com mand. d Mr. O'Brien's dog always takes its seat ?beside its master in his motor car when ,he is: travelling through the dis trict. Most owners are similarly thought ful for the comfort of their -dogs. BALBNDELLA, 16th February. On several blocks locally the salt troub!u 's ehowinrg., s the result of seepage f'oni ono of th...

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LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

LAWN TENNIS.   The Cohuna tennis team having won every match in the B section of the Kerang and District Association competition, is now en- titled to play of in the finals for the championship at Kerang during Easter week. The Castlemaine Presbyterians on Wed- nesday played the Yapecn club. Scores: Presbyterians, 6 sets, 61 games; Yapeen, 6 sets, 50 games. A match was played on the Bendigo Courts on Saturday between teams from the Ing·lewood and 3endigo Clubs. The games were for Gentlemen's Doubles, and some interesting play was witnessed. After noon tea was Trovided for the players by * Vrs. Leggo, and it was greatly appreciat ed. Bendigo won the match by 13 sets to 8. Scores:-Dr. Lewers and Busst (Bendigo) heat Diddams and Lamont (Inglewood) by two sets to one, and defeated Dr. De Ravin and Owen and Banbrook and Suflierland in straight sets. Dr. Green and S. De Ravin (Bendigo) beat Banbrook and Sutherland by two sets to one, but lost to Diddams and LTamont in straigh...

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

COHUNA. 9th February. Dr. A. Youl Nankivell has been appointcd health officer for Cohuna in place of Dr. M'Eniry, of Kerang, who has resigned   Arrangements are now complete for the sanitation of' the town, and a double pan system will be instituted from next week. 12th February.   An old and respected resident of the Co- huna district, Mrs. John Waiting, died on Wednesday, aged 80 years. Her husband, Mr. John Waiting, who (states our cor- respondent) survives her claims to be the oldest pioneer living at Cohuna, having   built the first house in Cohuna. He also claims to be the first man to cut timber from the Gunbower Island forest, where for a number of years he carried on a saw milling business on the Murray River, five miles from Cohuna. Mr. Waiting, al- though now advanced in years, is still hearty and strong, possessing all the facul-   ties of early youth.

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WEDDERBURN. 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

W!DDERBURN. Itl Ft - br ihrv. `! h annual m12h'.ing oif A-110 V'74-d Sit'rary Instithute wn hild cii yidn e. day. ildir. iD. imint (pr.s.firr0t) presided. rHb .ass'its '-.sre short n a to be £14I2, and lia bilitfus {884& The following wTere elected o'i tee ' orniiiittect 18 TaL3or and linicr Me ers J. R. Gray, -. Hewertt, J. J. Cabill (representiung the subscribers), E. H. Hunt, J. F. Craig, I R. Steel, J. Treble, A. Gray, J. Steel, alud T. Morecroft (representing •he debentitre holders). Mr. E. Hunt was re-elected president. The local branch of the. A.N.A. ceol ducted a. spelling bece for echoo: children in the old Institute Hall on Tuesday even ing. . The prizes (books) were awarded as folloiys:---8 i: grade--Dorothy Steel, I; Tressi6 M'Gurk, 2. 6th grade.-Harry Hunt,; I; Alys Taylor, 2. 5th grade.-l-raank Alexander. I ,6rauk' M-'Hugh, 3" 3rd grade.--Jeain itatt, 1.; Bryan Wcst, 2. rTlhe branch intend: holding a similar com petition in mental: arithmetic at: later date.

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WYCHEPROOF. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

WYCHEPROOF. 21stt'Februar . -Mr . C T3ffftesi driver in cliargo at :Wycli?njroof raiiway station: 'lita been pro :i?ated to a simiilar positionii t th' Ai. arat rai?wavy .vard'is. Mr. Thighewfts a. ? a nli ncut cricikaterci:" :Much .commnent ,iars b^en made focally on tlhl. dilatoriness ,of the -Laiids departrment in, rega.rd to ha ving Williams's Reserve ga teted for, recreation purposes, and the Defen. aiithorities =in regarid to the appli. catioln of local sportsmein to have a rifla club formed at WVyclleproof. :i The Wyeheproof Shire Couicil has warned :hiidhold?ers, tihat ?.l Bathurst burr' and stk.oiiikvort: growing within tho shire must be, destroyed by' next :?.Tuecsday. After that dte tli councilwill take proccedings. i he'l vlheat season has realised all ex i::Pectations:. For .ti he ?season 80,000 bags ?rov 'bceen deliveredc O t Wychelproof. Neigh iborn; etations to the north have larg? stacks, an: d it Kancira it is reported that th' season's delivery was about 40,000

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