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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
PERAXNAL. *"The Tim'es' reports that :Mr. A.. 1. Etoddirt:, the fanmlous Englislx cricketer, who was captnain ol c evcral teams which ::visited Austiralia, )s: in indifferent health, and hlt been o'dered.1d a_ na voyage. Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldie (Caiupliipe .s p tate' leave IxMelbourlio .for ?' hlonehcymnircn trip by the R.M.S. Mariumora ol 24"th Febi tc. arv M's. (Aolldio w-is Miss irolinl May. Ii uttecr, daiughtci- of M. i?'iand Mrs. i:iob:r Hunter, of LEimoie. .1r. .Ednidtud ?1aker, 1at' of Swan Hill, geutlcmai , wvlo diedl .oni.-25tht Nonveni.bcr, leit prope ty valued it' £253 to ohis widow and. chlildcln A, : -ocial, wiLth. ,w presontation, i was :t-en dered to ;.Mr. 7' :P. TEingpurford, town clerk' of Ecliuca, by ,thle citizens. on'- hTcesday.: i-e: loft Echuca, niext cdiy for B airfisdhliil where ohe has been appointed shire secie i?;t has. transpircd (cables our London cor resOiondeut): that Sir lRonaldd Munro-Fergui son; . Governor-GQeneral designate 'of Austra lia. declined ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
1854 DIA OND JUBILEE 1914 OF ROWLANDS. 0oda ate r. S P SUPREME FOR SIXTY YEARS.: .OiiWLADlibiiIR PROPY. LT., ANAUSTRALIAN NATURALOATE 'k I el MELBOURNE, BALLARAT, SYDNEY AND KATOOMBA, AGENTS for 00OAH SPA ? E.ROWLANDS BENDIGO AGENTS--BENDIGO & STEWARD CO-OPERATIVE BREWERY CO. LTD. -? -STEWRD CO ERVIV
HOME RULE. MR. ASQUITH WARNED REGARDING ULSTER. LONDON, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
HOME RULE. MHM. ASQUIiT WAtND RJ EGARIWNG ULSTER. LONDON,, 18th Febrhary. M. Frederic IIarrisoinfthi dtistjinguished historian .critic, :anid philosopheir in an open lettcer to MI. Asqpuith, theS: P3ri me Mtinisteri on the irish crisis, says: "lou arte face :to :face .with a struggle as :bloodyy andobstinate s the Bsoewar. Yeu surely mst .see that this :Ulster covenant is a:t heart a kind of rieligious ' fanatzcism, as hopelecss to ,'reacoh with and as stiibborn to crush as ".ekre the Jig!Sli: IronsideA or. the Scotch Covtnranters, 0 or1 the ;yrshire Caoieroniais i:The' ague appeals to conciliation, those :debates on compromime and thel pro `uilses f: safeguards, are to' them as idle , as were .thel sermnons of' the prelates to the ::hot gospellers in. Sir Walter Scott's talesi I fccl it? -in my- one9s, thoughI "an ;l : as:' little Protestant as Catholic. Communities Son :the verge of- war are impervious to ?rca. sonl, insensible to common scnse, "and, reck.-?: loss - of imipanding ...
BENDIGO EASTER FAIR. LIBERAL SPORTS PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
BENDIGO EASTER FAIR. LIBERAL SPORTS PROGRAMME. Theo? prortanluno of tile nullerous poldcs.. °'triian asid other events to be contested on :aster -Monday, Tuesday and Wedncsday in conniction with the great annual carni. ,val and psorts has now been printed. Copies , of the". official programme have ; alreidy been :distributed throughout :the ;lentlh and .breadth of Ausiralia. The events :comprise- pedestrian events, the lead. =in, feature?:: whliich is, the -Bendigo 1Iun dred c?heffield' landican,, 130 yards, of £100, w:liile other. distances are catered for ?ý:ith lithe :same.e liberality., Two Ladies' Races, 'one fori. married and one for single ladies, are? introduced, while firemen's events harriers' races, woodchops, juvenilo firemen's races, etd., make up a programme that should attract the whole of the chain pions i to Bendi o 'at? Easter: In adattion .o the sports, some startling attractions and novelties have. already been secured, 'and": there :is ?tevery reason to believe ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
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EDUCATION EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
EDUCATION- EXHIBITION.-A strong desire has been expressed .on, behalf of teachers' and pupils of. 3State schools that they should have an opportunity of visiting. the Ecluca tion Exlhibition and. studying th c exhibits In vast years,. when 4tlihe;A.1.A. has held exhbitions, ' ermissiion hasbceen "granted to teachers of schools. :vithinf the .imetropolitanb area to bring tiii t schiolirs .inde' : super vision to .the. exhibitions 'on o ccrtain. after-: noons siccially. arranged fori it is. iitend ed to irant ithis .coencessioni: to teachers `of the metropolitani area .. Withll regai'd to schools situated outside thle netropolitain. area it, is I.oped that school committees and tcachers- may bhi able to arrange .excursions to Melbourne for the: purpose of Visiting thei exhibition. When .this is done the Minister will approve of the 'closiug . of thoschbol: for the time actually necessary'. In.:. th. case of rura i schools, where the pupils are not likely to attend, but :where the teac...
MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
MUSICAL AND DiAMArIC. Mr. Osca Asche and Miss Lily Brayton, back again in London, are giving considera tion to the question of -th.3 new London theatre they propose building. Its locality has not yet beEn decided on, but :a site in Leicester-square is at present favored. "What Happened t.o Mary ??'-a recent American boom which has been seen in Australia only "n picture form-and "The Unwritten Law" are announced as special attractions of the Bert Bailey Company's Melbourne season. Also Edward Dyson's comedy-drama, "'The Golcen Shanty." A brief revival of "On Our selection" will u'obablv be given before the conclusion of ten weeks. A tc.: of Queenslaid will follow. L , Ivy Schilling and Fred Leslie have a big feature in the J. C. Williamson Ltd. revue, "Come Over Here," which is soon to be staved in Melbourne, This is the famous "Suider's Web" spcdaalty, presented by arrangement w:ith the directors of the Theatroe Marignv, Paris.. On a. huge web, which spreads airo.;s the entire prosc...
EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
EAGLEHAWK. ' A social evening waa held in the Baptist School Hall rucidJay, under the auspices &lt;,f the Baptist Sunday School Cricket Club. There war: a large attendance. Songs wcar rendered by _3isses Myra Godfrey, Ivy Celling and Stella M'Wiliiam; a cornct solo was played by Mr. Alf. Hudson; a cupho-. nium colo by _Mr. .Stan Hudson; mouth organ solos by Messrc. A. Suhan and Roy Branch; _whilst a club swinging exhibition, was given by lMr. J. Cantillon and recite. tions by Miss Lily Price and Mr. Glo. Hudstn. Refreshments- were partakc of and parlor games were indulged in. Tlha secretarial duties were carried out by Mr. i. Neate. . A concert inaugurated by the Young Men's Association in connection with the California Hill Methodist Sunday School, was hell in the School Hall Wednesday,. and was largely attended. Mr. A. E..Ro bertson presided. A fine programme of ,musical and elocutionary items was ren dered. cooisisting of songs by Misses Elsie Enlnor, Thelma. Walker and 3...
RAYWOOD. 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
RAYWOOD. 20th Febduary: Th aTle rrier??i system in use t -athe' local 'railw ay station is causing greati inconiveni ceid?to ?passen, erg Viho;may be a little, late inm rriring *Lt- Ihle station to" catch traiins. ,rlbe tes iIecloed cked onie minutes before the ';i:rrival.l of ;trains; . aiid no porter is lefi" iin attc??ilc::. Instances have ' occurred vlierol: peiople ?.hhiýv missed trains inii con seotu TeS he B:.li~i':Borough' Council is asking. the :d?,i'tiit tol t inake. proper 1arrange anents ~for.: atteidancy at the gates. : The councii :is: also iaski?n for the erection of S: all cirin.e wh.tiis. mhiehn iiiededd: to lift heavy minciihicr;y and :implements at thisi :tire::of; yeai r? ? .It is i:furti?er asking the dipayitntct to asph'ilt the whole of the passengoi platfoimn Conetilile B B rl .? e 1as been: appointed insiector of niiissmnces iii lie of .,:'onstable Hende Ionp, 1 tiho hha b3een rejoa edi to fluhuic'
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. The .Property of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. Established in .1875; - Principal, WILLIAM,- GRAY,. M .A.$ B.Sc.: The SScope ind Aims of the College in brief i summary show :- 1. ;That scholars are admitted to the Kinder :jgarten ?.;and Preparatory Departments 'froin 5 years of age. 2 That: thedr is Accommodation for about 70 .-Boarders 'in two houses, one for Sdnior, 'the other for. Junior Scholars. Special provision for little children. .Resident French and German gover lnesses; also Specialist in Physical Cul ture. Medical supervision. 3. .That students are prepared for all pub ' lic ea aminations, '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, Domestic, Arts and Science have a prominent .: place, are' well provided for, and are und...
NANNEELLA. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
.1st :briuary. Poultry-raisinlg as a all iidjuic~ t losier scttloinielithas rinot been. t akei n iupto the L 'exte?t tliat onei woldl exlpect Anion:gst, thel fowl who]a hae foundcl poulty fij ofriable uinist br' ladded the -naind of Settler"?. 1: M1?urilochi, h wlu raised "a fine: lot of table birclds diirii the: past season . Thriough el)i2g. too - isy? attending to irrigation matters, his birds got: crossed. Thel 'resulting 'progeny of hi' black and buff :Orpington pens are: fine table biirds. The roosters realise up 1to .j a bird, and the pullets 4/ a pair. The .roosters are disposed" of when only fo0iir months old, owinfg: to. the expoit denmanid: though a good: local .demnnd' it. growing' with offers of 7,d per 1b. live weight. Mr. -?Murdoch does not 'dispose of his liens `un Oil he hAis had 'so?e return ii: eggs for a season: The' poultry thrive '?splendidly on: the Iuncci.o and t, vo lighIt feedilig:s daily. The tirkeys alsb do- W'ell on lucerne, and i'oed practically no hanf...
MILDURA. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
MILDURA. 17th FIeblrary. 1h:.'itiieinlbers .of= .the Water- Commission, raplyixg to-day to complaints by Milduia settlers -ithatithe ecGtension: 6f: the' Merbein s`.ettleiiin?e:nt had li 'been; unjustifiably retardid b ::deJaitrrentalltal ajiath y, saidt' that`" con tiactha elidbi en let fo. ;iaditional pumps aind cialniie wok. iartial :'contour. si ?? cy halid been icompated. 3st eruaiy Mn1BntiN SETTLEMENT. -- Tferring yestcr di?y t t'ei .ompl'iints t91 delay in: throwi?v opend 'idditiol. land.. "at Merbein ifor. settle ucnit thl;officers oftlite V atem Suiluply Conn "ii issimon sbaid· `tlio `:de l-tnmeitntal :ofice.rs ?eVrOi iow. onw a, 12 imn 9makii\ iddlitioniil sil: div isional: auir~'eys;, ::Ahich vyiild ?be c.: - p d ' in, a ' foiv ;eksl a:: £hey irco~gnse~ 1 that Merbein' w.ould. becomn i? ?seconid..Mil1 ia, anti they desired i that the lianid ýsliould: be niad2Bii vailable for :cttlemneuft as so. as. possible .
SWAN HILL. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SWAN HILL. . 17th February. XAt *a mectifir of the Wakool branch: of the Farmers iand Settlers' Association, Miessrs. M'Kniihe t and b1roomhead moved "Thiat the,. associtaiont , affirm$ the defera bilitv of the seVeratice of the Itiverilia frrii N.S.W. and its anniexation to Victoria, rind that the proposed boundary of the. Iiverina ho. from the Muirray and Miirrumbidgee as far east as most stibitablI without inter. ferine ,with the trade to Sydney.". A conm mittee of five- was appointed to draw lip a circular on she, subject. : At a meetin*g of-tlhe cdmmitto- of, the Nvah Mcchanics' Institiite on Friday. itightc it was decided to: considek the advisability of installing; , Gloria plant for lighting the building. This light is one of the mast up to date. and is both clean and economical. Tt will enable li'-ht to :the extent of 1500 candle-power being established. The tad~le arA to have their catering work madeo easier by the iorovisltoi of a copper and:.:- other necessary articles. ...
ROCHESTER. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
O11nc i oic tie falSe economy `of apressiug gnree? liice ai;i 1 ~cicei tof gali?? weight n: :o??ii : d nstr .ated, aid s:: leirs sor! ltake 'ciat car, to 'ii ?void, it Lume?ine?rif .>v ic:::;y grlttilel. to -aal :?i:d.and it is oily: ,' without. fear o' danntge# by heati1ngi can e -`leit l d . g'iood genteal ationi:: is i; i pe. ss :f luccn?:ii.ory the laddikr.. T.L eic. ,hould ai:alývask b: pre?sed fromi t he st tc ti d chii. hiiol Id be ta oift tfo .se Eiat th i l lv teinl pic..a ss&ird or 0 tdefor clib i h .oiit in; 'i way ttda ii:t eadttedd Iisk'ld. 1`v' stitoieolit ha been c uii b iicd lid in gas d?i to ;i i iiit oirf .lucc.iliehaf. th rILo metropolir b :A as.-Fot?i> 3io.., 0f S'?albu-della, n ti; aod~ ;iitdioi rcgard to the i.-l 'of lcrnCe :i)richase?.c iby the Z!ii:c rri ' oto Mri C e ai? ' Th atemet ?? Ciiats ard likitlyA tP- cjiide lcki to &rettlicr Iwho6 i;igh b !l'inktht theiy cal do ihke is ?The 't :o ,cts .f, thica; oi :cotiti it dii. .orni' tlte L...
ESCAPED FROM THE ZOO. LEOPARD CREATES A SENSATION. WOMEN TERRIFIED. BIG GAME SHOOTING IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
ESCAPED FROM THE ZOU. LEOPARD OKlEATES A SENSATION. WOWiEN. TErRRIFiED. :BIG GAME SHOUTIN'l G IN" MEL BuURNE. Melbetirne, 21st Febiruary. a:Delation was created in the ':vicinity Suf Royal IiParkcthis morning by the adveni . urc of a :Icopai.d 'which escaped from .a: i.ox in 'Which i' ha4d been tcmporarilybon'. : ined iii: the/Zoological Gardens. ' After Imos~t 'saring the life out of several women. ./tho brute rushed up a tr;ee, but sub~uuently its career was sunnmarily vided by .three discharges of a- service 'rice handled by Mr. Joseph. C. Lacey. 'During th- i ight quite'a number of a-ni 11;:-ls in 'ihe Zoological. Gardeiis -were heard bellowing loudly and it was .just fbefoi:d daylight that the probable ; cause of t.l commotion wis 'discovered..: .Three sisters, Hlilda, Rita and Aline Le Souef, daughters of the director of the gardens, were sleep ing in the lopen, surrounded' only by a frail wire-netting wall.': when 'they, were awakened by the growling of the leopard,?: which w...
MOTOR CHASES TRAIN. EXCITING FIVE MILE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
'MOTOR CHASES TRAIN. EXCITING FIVE MILE RAC. On ,Saturday night a. commercial travel-.`'.'. Icr was standing in the motor garage at Elmore idly Watching the mechanicu ti ring about his car, when a telegrapIh. _i I ier rushed in an:d handed him :an 'l telegram, whicih requcsted, his "i lin?l return to. th"e metropolis Ti .: i?.r ve looked towirds -the railw iy stai t- #1T saw tihe evening train just leaving' you11 oveiztake that tiain?ý~" he asked. nre," replied tle mnotor- nin, ieachling for the crank -landi'le. T'lhe commercial d'shed Ainto, his- otel, Eeizcd ]i . ba'g. aid flingiing a word to". the barman, that hiSi accountt would wait .-for.:i his..return," reached the iitreet,; wlhiero the ?. :car wvas.. areudy waiting, quiveiing .hndci. the 'racing'. b-at' of the engine. 'The :net nminute'-they were enveloped in dust iat tib eridd :of the street.. Far ahead, with. a start ?of' five rminut,: the train 'was plun.: iu on. toward'? BLendigo. Gradually workino into :.its ]"highest S...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 17th February. T -he school teachers of Herefordshire,. :who went on strike early. in the month bnr the question of 'salaries, and caused , the >closing of 80 schools ii the: county,. have resumed teaching, They wvill in future receive yearly increments of pay, LONDON, lsth February. F.: ijiarcs issued by Colonel Seely, Secretary of State for War, show that in January there was a deficiency of 20 per cent. ill the strength of the territorial. forces. - -:At the Upper HIouse Convocation of CanteIbury, Dr. Winnington Ingram, Bishop of London, presented a, emorial, signed by 670 clergy, expressing grave anzxiety at the unchecked denial of the miracles of the Lord's birti*f of the :Virgin and the actual resurrection .of His body cfrom the tomb by those who held office in the church. Dr.. Ingrain gave notice that -hei-w'ould table a motion next session do ci cring that action was necessary to allay the widespread uneasiness in: regard to :.the`. matter. -Mr...