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SEA LAKE. WOOMELANG, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

-SEA LAKE. W. - VOOMELANG,; 19th Febr uaiy. ;: SWooniclhnu is. eahtiing caki;' to-da.y,- asi :the bake'-y -owncd by Mrs. Delaloy :was : burnt down: bectween 3 -'o'clock and '5 :0oclockl Sthis mor:ini.u ' The origin of -tho fire is :unknowi, :: There Wiva's an iiisuraIce on; ti.c SIpropcrty. .:: Thie rcently establi~hed : iiro :: brigade saved the ieigh borring buildings,,?/(

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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ULTIMA. Chillingollah, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

Chillingollah, 19th Feburyi'y. Wheat carting Jas practically ceased herlieio and at Chinkapook and Cocamba.. The i.esults have not ;bc n satisfactory. Far mers ared now::busily engaged ainnriiig ready for: next seagsoul, the hot. weather of tj?p. ?ast feiv week. , being. particularly favor-0 a:ile for' nrepliting now lanid. Settlers 'at MavLnalnt'Un1 delivrcd the ir i wht at a:? namba where greater facilities were pro Sided for buying aid- weighing:. 20th -February. Mr. Ci.'A Jaffrey, whno for- the past 12 moiths has acted as mnager', of ithe -Comnilercial Eank at. ChillingollaL,. hasi re ceiv,'1 notice of tiLansferar to the relieving staff, and Ileft yesterday n morniiig to .take ",up, his inew cilties. The townaspoopl! ain: farmners tendere'e r. Jl f-ffrey.-a ta frewell :socia :ptcseiitiing hiht with ?,. hlitl'ilaoIe& '.ressig case. M?Ir. ;': G. Powvling, f: ita Ithr, head oflice, succeeds Mr'.. Jaffrey.

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ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. MACKAY.) ."The. Annals of Bendigo" from 1851 to 1867 L1ave been Icproduccd in book form, and copies Imay be obtdined, at this ofilce or at tbo local. Loo kscllcrs', price 1/ each. tP.rlh'i bookX are profulely iliustratcd, and contain folding shects .c'prescntinWg (oldcn .?quar:e iii 1851 and Pali Mall in 1857. Next mnoiith tme second portionof theAo""nnals," :i:rmi 1868 to 1891, inciusive, will be pub. ,lshed : li' ymostage on the "lnndils" 1er book l]post. is one pmnuy. to any part of tho' Coninmouimeal dn:

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HEROIC BOY. CARE FOR MOTHER, SISTER AND BROTHER. A PATHETIC CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

HEROIC BOY. .CAPL. FOR MOOTHER, ISTELR ANtl. BROTHER. A PATHEtIcG CASE. . 4 Cooraible (N.S.W.) corresponident. iat week .writes:- A. boy named Winm. 1?y. iBacon, aged 10i : ean.s, st out fromn Dead Man's Waterht6e, Phillagva s.rxnb, on Saturday morning fir help to the ,ea?.est ncigh]bor, six miles ;'distant,, .for his mother, who had collapsed while hafioing clothel, but when the neigh 1:rb arr;ved- the boy's mother was dead. TfOrae :he left 1,c.me the little fellow place a: 'p1]low .under his mother's head, a blan ekct under helc body, and wet rags G17 her head. amid made her as comfortable as vissi)le.. Then he put his baby sister and little. brother in n box on wooden whccls. IIe .irovisioned this with two !oavcs of Eh.cacl, :so Ce egrs., a. billy of water, and somne matches. 'Ie re.ached Edaviila sta tidmi in :an. exhau?sted condition, and re idrte'. his vrioth",'s plight; to the manager ,f" the' st:.tion. The corouner (Mr. A. ." Keuinv) referrad .to the heroic deed of the lit'd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

m-m&X .-oh m lGO..... 6ODS REQU!RED TO LAST A LIFETIME. .........i....l ......"i ......... HOME REQUISITES THAT INDICATE TASTE. ..... ............... . DESIGNS AND TEXTURES, TONINGS AND COLORINGS (.GUARAN1 "Xs .......:^ "*' ..-.. * TEEING PERMANENCY OF BRIOHT EFFECTS. . These are the Results of BEEHIVE VIEW POIIT' PURCHASES.- We have bought in the Chapest M 'art S : have Revolutionised our Bfying,-therefore our Selling is becoming phenomenal. .,~. H-i:.HOMES FURNISHED WITH BEEHIVE FURNITURE STOCK ARE HOMES INDEED. We are ready "b..,demonstrate our powers to you. Inspection will always interest. We" have a Bi iitpt .... . Our Stock is daily changing. WE GO IN FOR RELIABILITY. SVOIEW OIN.T FIN R. TI : VE O BWA REHOTI E, NEAR OUR BEEHIVE STORE, BEMNDIG GO. - ain.mm LANGUID 'KND ,LEPRESSED. OWING TO -3ILIOUSNTS ' .AN i OCHRONIC INDIGESTION 1. : i-ORS1S?s INDIAN ..ROOT Pil?I S EFFECT- GRE.4T¶ ClTAN. . years? writes iT' 'tLir l i fi i] cl Talbit "I 'las itroubld . i.; Tliou.ian. a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

A MELBOURNE TRIAMW AY OFFICER writes this Letter. Mr. Charles Rock, of 42 Gladen-st., East Bruhswick, who for 33 years has filled an important position in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes this letter, which other officials can confirm, to LEMIIENTS s TONIC This is a Document of special interest to all railway and tramway men. 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick, 2/4/12. . CLEI..wENTS TONIC LTD., S"It was the end of December, 1911, that I caught cold and was laid up with pleurisy, which became very serious. The doctor thought it advisable to consult with another physician regarding my Illness. For three days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DECREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, BUT IT WAS THROUCH TAKING THE ' DOCTOR'S ADVICE THAT I AM IN THE LAND OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC FOR ME. 'THERE WAS LIFE IN THAT MEDICINE.' I' am convinced that when he said, 'Life in Clements Tonic,' they wore THE TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. •I am sure, that I would have be...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

'OUR LONDON LETTER. .(From Our 'Special Correspondent.) - LONDON 12th. January. London. is tooq.jig. That is thl conclusion, to be drawn from: a study of the interest.' ing report of thei London traffic branch of the- Board of Trade :fodi last- year. There ar. more ihan seven' and alquarter millionu of people living `;in ? what Cobbett' called "the great wen:.' It is a-. much greater "wen" now :than it: ?was .in his day. --It. spreads and grows,, and takes in a hit more of the pleasant c:'ountry every year, and "villa residences spring up where green fields have been:.: Most of the seven and a quarter millions spend considprable time- in travelling. Last year the average .number of journeys per head' byj local railways,. tramways, and omnibuses was nearly 244., a considerable -ncrease upon- the previous year's average. 'This figure takes no. ac count of. th'- great suburban traffic of the triunk railways or of the ten thousand cabs that ply for hireh An important point to r.otice is...

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OUTBREAK AT BAGSHOT. Bagshot, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

OUTTT3REAK AT 3BAGSHOT. Bagshot, 19th February. A. fire s:trted along the railway line about hhlf a mile from the Barr:!hot station, and inst onperite Mr. J. C. IR-illv's residence just after the Bcndigo to echuca train passed. Mr. Reilly notic.'d the fire, and raising the alarm, a good many firefighters were quicklv on the ecene. Fortunately the" wind was not blowing at the time, and the fire was soon broughti under control If a law is vilified by the opposition ovey before it becomes a law, how can it eyeo be ufniversally obeyed?

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MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

MVIOTOR NOTES. (B3y "Spark.") The :Mianchester Motor Show, just con cluded. was one of. the most interesting S'novincial exhibitions ever held, and it will 'he the only provincial show in England 'for ..1914. -There wvere 14,0 stands, and every iileth of available space ivas utilised. There were some very expensive cars irr Limousine stvles. Three of them were priced at over .1400 cach, tthe most expensive totalling S un. with its extras and definements, to .21401/181. There were, at least 15 cars ex ceedini £1000 in price, or 'coming near that fi'?ure, while as a contrast there' wcio oinly 14 cars of the "light" or "miniature class, which came within £200) as the limit, the cheanest being £135. The great bulk of the cars 9n .'icw ranged in 'price, between £300 and £000. The most noticeable fea-. tures aliout ?the cars generally were a re turning -tendency to quieter colors, and a tending?towards the elimination of all brighti -olished' or plat`ed parts requiring a ,vast * : amoun' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FACD ME / C 8 ould use CUTICUlA SOAP Constantly for all toilet, purt poses,. especially shaving and -shampooing, with occasional use of Cuticura Ointment, because so effective in removing slight irri 'tations, redness, roughness, pim ples. dandruff, etc., of the skin. and' scalp and promoting and maintaining skin and hair health. Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold everywhere. Liberal sample of each, with 32-,page book,sent post. troe. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. S. W. MPORTER Of AIR BEDS and CUSHIONS, ENEMAS, SILK ELASTIC STOCKINGS, BANDAGES, GALVANIC rr A BATTERIES, ABDOMINAL CHEMISTS BELTS; TRUSSES. And SURGICAL APPLIANCES GENERALLY. SEND Phlrmacv FOR PRICE LIST. Forwarded Post Free. ORDERS BY POST Promptly 'Attended To and 49 Despatched on Day of Receipt. 280 \· & BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE. BRANCH PHAR ;_ ? ... MACY - .111 COLLINS SSTREET. :C-.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

- " 'V A , I iiT 1 l· S1 ii e ,n r ;- FOR THE P1otograp1er AMATEUR OR PROFESSIONAL OF THE VERY BEST, W-rite for Catalogue. It contains illuistratiorns and p'rticulars of 150 different Cameras 266 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE, Also at Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, N.Z., Wellington, N.Z. *HARRINGTONS T. E. COOPER. Chemist, MITCHELL-STREET. Agencies in BENDIGO-. A E. SAYER. Chemist, HOWARD PLACE. SWALLOW & ARIELL'S: BLOCK GKE /.1, It is as good as it lodks, and you'll admit there's nothing more tempting than the de. Slightful fresh appearance of this Perfect Cake. That aptsearance is gained by quality of ingredients and care in mmaking and baking not with coloring matter, for SONLY EGGS ENRICH THE COLOR "Mixed with Eggs Only"--that is why you alwvays notice that distinctive, fresh "home-made" flavor about S?WALLOW AND ARIELL'S BLOCK CAKE= and it's why you'll' find all the family appreciate this delicious cake, no matter how fro quently they have it. MADE IN FRUIT, SULTANA,...

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COMPARATIVE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

COMPARATIVE TABLE. . 1889. 1890. '1891. Oz. Oz. Oz: .. Jauary .... 9,994 11,146 10,585 February . ... 11,590 17.844 10,704 March. . . ..? 4,904 :.4 14,812' 10,779 April. . 12,852 13,558. 11,453. '. My ..... 10;952 14,006 13,572 June ... . ...::10,409 12,506 10,404 July ... ... ... 9,996 '12,284 11,657. Aug(ust;. .. 12441 12,930 13,407 Setember ..,: 13,881, 12,397 14,522 October .. ,;. 11,055 5 " 10.668 14,722 November . . 14,529 10,700 12,382 December .:..,. 16,100 15,000, 18,481 148;703 157,851 1 52,676

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DIVIDEND MINES, 1891 [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

DIVIDEND MINES 1891 Confidence . . .. ,981 7,350 Fortuna Hustler's '... .... 2,664 2,80' Great Extd. Hustler's .; ...- 6,472 10,200 Golden Age ... .. .. . 1,991 2,133 Hustler's Reef .. . ...5,117T 9,103 Johnson's Reetf ... . ; 6,083 ,:. 1,400 Lady Barkly . .'. 2,64) 1,200 Lazarus . ..,... ..... 3253, 5,625 Lazarus No. ;1 . '.3,623 4.500 New Hopeful .~ ..;:.- 3,027. 7,500 New Argu;s . .. ,.' ..:; 6;904; 15s,000 New Chum Consflidated;I.. 3,244 2,800 New Chuin Railway ... .. 7,93 17,522. New Chum United .-. : 2,46.- 1,475 New ARed :White . ind Blue i .1142-; ;25;,875 Specimen Hill ... . ..... . 9114 19,500 - Utd. Hustler's anid Redan 5,904 10,19 . Theie Were 25 compaiiies, on the divid en'i list.. PEight: thliem paidi: less; tlianii'100. Th9 total- dividenlds' i:ipblic, compinies for 18i91 :as' 148 ,9s i calls, £114,8:0. OiO 31st: M'arch,' 1891; nineteeni BeBdigo; sliafts had been' sunkc to1 a deptl ofV ore. 2000ftL Theywero as' foow-: Mine. " eat. Lansels' "180"' .. . . 264() North Ol...

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BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK AT KAMAROOKA 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

BUSH FIRES. OUTBREAK. AT KAMAROOKA 19th February. A bhush fire broke out on Sunday last at Round Creek, in the Kamarooka For' Lt, about 23 miles from lagleliawk, and at times threatened the whole of the :,ir rounding districts, the farmers experi.nc ing grcat difficulty in preventing the spread of the flames to properties near by. WVirin thg fire was first noticed a number ?t farmers immediately set out to check its progress, and proceeded at once to lbuirlr fire breaks on the northern and easteru sides of the burning area. Their. efforts were successful in this, direction, and on the arrival of Mr. J. J. Bail, forest office:. he straightway organised a band of -wi:1. ing workers to burn breaks on the southern and. western sides of the fire, so that it might be confined to a limited area. OwiLg, however, to the quantity of long dry grann. and the dry bushes strewn over the groanmlid. as the result of a cyclone which swept the country several months ago, a trying ti:e, int.ensified b...

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A VISIT TO PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

A VISIT' TO PERTH., (1Jr "B3ENDLGONIAN.") The fine steamers now trading on om .coast .make a *visit to the West a thing "of o pleasure to anyoie fond of the sea, anc ~,ho can afford the extra time required for 'a, fortaight on the water. A receni visit ei:ables me to give some impression! "of Pec th and its ne(ighborhood, time uol permitting lme to see the "'fields." Perth strikes one as being an old-nev town, if one may use the expression. Thi formation of its streets belongs to the 'former period, being mostly nariow, witl .fcotpaths to match. Some are well paved with concrete blocks, others rather indif. ferently with broken asphalt. The build. iizgs in the principal streets are mostly modern, with large handsome frontages. in many cases of a nice white freestone. The style of architecture is more light and airy looking than in the east, and some. times very ornate; buit every now and .again you conme upon some relic of the past sandwiched in between lofty modern .buildings, givi...

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SHIRE OF KERANC. ADDRESS BY CR O'DONNELL. Kerang, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SHiRE OF KERANC, ADD1ESS EY CR. O'DIONNELL. S Kerang, 17th February, i.; f~. t O'biohne;l .delivered his trien= nial address on municlptl ni~tters at the Town Hall this evening before &i repraerc tativo meeting of ratepayers, an.d dci, with many questions of both local and gene ral interest. He referred at considerable length to the important subject of drainage and sewering, dealing with the requirements in this connection of the various centres of population in the shire, including Kerang, Quambatook, Cohuna, Koondrook. Macorna and Lalbert, and, in addition, other neces iiry W.oi.k i' tlhe outlying portions of the district. For tile pDlrposes tnamed the turn o6 .£15,000 would be rcclquIrci itid hbo thought that some time during the 6fisifidig 12 months would .prove a suitable pe'riod to go on the market and secure the re quisite sum to pe mit of the works being carried out. With regard to the Klerang. -Koondrook - tramway, Cr. O'Donnell showed that at the end of May the ea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

-~ B~~r ____i , ~~,=~~ FREE DELIVERY. PIANOS, 5 YEARS- ORGAN OUARANTEE. EASY TERMS. MS Catflogues Free. .A N, 6our Old Piano D e.." .' ' .::N.. " or Organ taken, RECORDS, I 1h A Std and :c ee:"' o -. AD NIWDEPA RTTURE. FUNITUR ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER No need now to worry over EAfSY.1 IF YOU WANT FUtNITURE ON E NISHING" PROBLEM, fnr. from now out :EASY- TERMS DEPARTMENTS, TENDED TERMS, COME TO MYER'S " YOU- CANr'-GET FROM MYER' JUST WHAT YOU WANT, and pay FURNITURE HOUSEHOLI : . WHERE THE rILAINLY-MARKED for it when it is most convenient to you. fA JN.V CASH PRICE WILL BE QUOTED. TEN PER CENT. ONLY ABOVE -CARPETS . W:'ýRONMOINGFIY B QUOTED@ MYER'S CASH PIICES (WHICH ARE AtF': DTN PLUS 10 PER CENT., WHICH MARKED ON THE GOODS IN PLAIN ,SHOULD LEAVE NO DOUBT IN YOU FIGURES) IS ALL THAT WILL BE BE STEADS BIANKET ASKED FOR EASY EXTENDDED -I-',-:OMIND AS TO THE FAIRNESS OF TUB TERMS. BEDDING QUILTS TRANSACTION. ' 'I AX JUST AS MYER'S CASH PRICESS") HAVE BECOME A STANDARD BY CRO...

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IRRIGATION CHARGES. Melbourne, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

IRRIGATION CHARGES. Melbourne, 19th February. Representatives of North-western district settlers to-day interviewed Mr. Hutchin sort, Minister for Water Stapply, and pro-, tested akainst the rate of 1/6 imposed by the Water Commission, and payable on 27th February. The speakers declared that Mr. hMead during his inspection of the district acsured them that the work would only cost £100 per year, but it was now found that the amount was £377. The works asked for would entail a capital cost of .£2000.. No obiection was taken to payment for that, but the deputation thought that works such as those at Pyramid Creek and Washtend Creek were regarded as national works, and settlers therefore should not be rated for them. Mr. Hutchinso i, in reply,. said that his Predecessor' had dealt. with the matter, 'and the rates had been gazetted.- The Water Commission did not want to make mo, 2V out of the settlers. He would visit the district anll give full consideration to thiir viewa befr'o the ra...

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ELMORE PICNIC RACES. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ELbMORE PICNIC RACES. SUCCE F FUL GATHERING. (By Our Reporter.) The heat Wednesday (lid not deter :the residents of Elmore and the surrounding districts from patronisiing the picnic raoa meeting and sports held at the Recreation Reserve in aid of the Sacred Heart School. It requijrcd a very loyal spirit to face an aiternoon in the sun when the shade 'tcm peraturp was 101 degrees, and it was n. testimony to the patriotism of the o coplo and -the' worthiness of the object of the sports ,thatt there was a very fair attend ance at the irounds. The programme ccn sitted otf six horse races and a variety. of athletic events. , The fields in the horse races were not large, blit patrons appeared to find a good deal of sport in the -pro .cieedings, which were watched with .ini terý,st. The officials and committee worked eicnrg,.,tit-ally in spite of the heat. A pxro test in con lection with the Iack Race- the first e'veut 6f the day-caused some de. Slay at the outset. 'and anothr protest agai...

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FIRE AT LONG GULLY. TWELVE-ROOMED HOUSE BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

-.FIRE AT LONG GUILY. STWELVE-RIOOMED IHOUSE ,BURNT. °: Shortly: ,before 5 o'clbcc:k yc:esterdcly-, maorn= in a destiructive fire occurred :inir Facksion=: street, Log Gully,` resiiltin ini tlihe total : -destruction;: of t, twelve-roome.td weather- . :Board "dwelliig, owned; by the {Horsfield -Es tate, and occupiledd by "1r: William :iLapg don,- the well-knoiwn traiveller, and. his " family. Aboutt tlhe ti tne, stated ,'a- yiouing :man nained 'red .Hocking, in the : emnploy off. Co-olpcrati' e Distribution1:Society, drove . to he Lou" Gully- Fire: Station, anad. after, ivinlg vle rl alrm; toe. haindireel wai??? fas t?ned to the biitk of the baker's cariit driven 'byv him, mand -he. thus tssisted l-th :firemen, unider C'pfait uýii. 'White, to ,travvel quickly to the scene of the coidflagratioil. -Thle fire lihad glained a- food hold. on the lbuilding, anil .. althoux1h the firemen.o were aided by a rood o,ressure of wviter, it was soon recog nisecl that they would be unable to ?ave'...

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