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WEEWEERUP RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
WEEWEERUP RACES. The Weeweerup club held its annual New Year's Day meeting under rdeal weather conditions. Results:--Maiden Plate-Miss Lascombe, 1; Schinimellier, 2. Distance Handicap Trot-Fairboy, 1; Rob Roy, 2. Trial Stakes--Cupid, 1; Chester Mac, 2. Weeweeru» IHandicalp-Tinonee, 1; Goldmount, 2. Novelty Pony Rac_ Miss.Metters. 1; Penny Late, 2; High Life, 3. Lady's i3racelet--AshwoitL, 1; Miss Lascombe. 2. 2. Flying Handical--Ashworth.. ;1;. Tinonee, 2.
A NEW SKIRT. A SMART AND USEFUL MODEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
A NEW ISXIE'. 8 ISMA1 TAND TUSEFUL MOD]L. The spall" of glorious i-eather[ wh?? ic>i ·has just rcjo'ed our ' carts has broiught with 'itn. ' iiarked increase in the po0ularity of* the tli lin i lingerie blouse.. Women have iecognised that. a blouse .of thin, fine lawn or canmbric, worn with a: skirt of washing iit aterial, ,is really cooler and- more conm fcitable in very hot weather than a cotton dicss, simply because the lattei is aihuost; iutvariably made of thicker mnaterial thau a 1~1orse, unless, of course. the' dress is a. ?cry "bestest best" of fine lawin and eu broidery; a garment quite mrisuitable for. Slmcgular morninrg wear. :Bu the quieston. a1iLcs ais to what is the best. skirt to Iweatr w ith these thin lingerio blouses.t It must, (of course, be white, if one is to be in the fashion, and it should, therefore, be made of some white washihmg material, such as coft pique, whitce cotton ratine, etc. White skirts that will not wash are too- extr.ava ganit for anything. ...
KOONDROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
KOONDBOOK RACES. The Koondrook Jockey Club held -a siue ces~ful meeting on the local racecourse on New Year's Da.y. Ideal weather pre vailed, and the attejidance was the.jargest yet seen on the local course, visitors being present from Cohuna, KCeranig, Swan Hill; and surrounding districts. The gate re ceipts totalled £101, and with bookmakrrs' fees, booth privileges, etc., this sum is expected to be substantially increased, and the club anticipate a profit of about X100. The following are the results.: Trial Stakes, six furlongs.-Euphorion Queen, 7.9, 1; Stella Gay, r.11, 2; Woork leet 7.7, 3. -Four others started. New Year's Day Handicap, nine furlongs. - --Blank Cartridge, 7.9, 1; Nugee, 9.0, 2. Only two starters Handicap Pony Trot, 14 miles.-Gay' ` oy, GO yds bhhd, 1; Heather Bell, scr., .2; Skipner. scr.. 3. Two others also started. Shorts Handicap, five furlongs.- Eaphoripn Queen, 6.7, 1; N:inegar, 8.7,:2; Moon, 8.0 3. Belleville, Mathinna. Gallee: Maid, and Bonadea also ran. ...
CHILD'S SUMMER FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
CHILD'S SUIMM3ER FROCK. Sbher .-whlite muslin is used for this vretty little washing frock for a small girl, and it is profusely trimmed with white Valencicnnes lace. The waistband a?id cuTfs are of embreidery, through which paisl pink -ribbons are threaded and finished,: oft with rosettes. SThe large bonnct-shaped :-ha°i:&s. very shady. and bcconmiig, and. is of fine~whilte tstraw, v very, simply. trimmed withl a Ireath of pink roses.
INGLEWOOD. 31st December [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
INGLEW O 00 . 31st December What i3 conjid..red by old residents to be: the most violent windstorm within their :ecolkction occurred in the Serpentine dis. _:rifet yesterdny sl;ortly after mnidday. ':Throughoutt the f-:reiioon the :sky in the rorth-1vest bore. a poculiar appearance, and a change from the close, oppresaivo wca. thor prevailing was confidently predicted. The change certainly came, but it was not of the nature expected, as with startling £;cddenncss , fierce gale of wind sprang up, wliich thicatened to level everythmng 2n ts. tiack. The disturbance was :more or less vicklnt throughout the whole district, but auch wan ito nature that some portions woere more affected than others. One strip. of country which suffered severely, accorct ingly to reports, is that between lIoronD Vale and Kinypaniel, but nearer home ailso the danig'e was considerable. At Faterson ind Taylor's prolperty, on the. olda `.'sas4 Loddon Estate, a standing crop of over. 300 acrce and valued at £800...
KANGAROO FLAT. 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
-KANGAROO= ELAT, .:A .Ai sual licre.: Wco aere fewa :i iisdlievrouiis .c-aci commiittodi oi Nci. _Yoairs :Eve. .lTh mrost; serionu dani.age was t6 the;o bell iiof thiio Methiodist Church- It vas pulled dci:n froi its high stand and dtlieh toji f.ltinigs and tongue -were sinapipcd off. Theo .bell is nowi in .picces. -Itt will piee?to lhe re-c st . Steps are nbeing crtaklie 1 to bring the offenders to 'account. Tle local ibnd turned .out anid 'dplaycdl ouitablo selections in f .'ont 'of -St. IVMry s Church, wlch?e a watcNlighbt :, ec ica:was col (lcted 'by tho tRv. II. W R. To.'pp.
KERANG. 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
. KERANG: = 31st &lt;Dcembeir. LasL' night at a. public meeting, hlield a.at.` 'the T'own i hil, the. folloiving were elect;, e'd i maingers of the Keaeing .TiTown m:Coin mon for the ensuing? year:? --Mssrsi ? Ohenoweth. A. Idrdridge, M M-M'cnOirthl?y Johln l. O ucaor, and W. \V ilkiisoiu
LEICHARDT. 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
LEICHARDT. 31st December. ' MAr. Slavin, railvay line. repaier, killed a snake about 2ft. long on the railway: line. It was a curiosity. Its head wasa black, then canie a white blad about quar ter of an inch wide, then n blacki band. half an inch wide, thes black ?Ind. white bands contiluing alternately to the tip of' tlhe tail. None who saw it. remembered:ý having seen miother like it. " The rainfall for the .year amounted: to: 3.9.48in. The harvest is a very good one indeed, and feed is plentiful, . nd watcr. also. Wheat is baing delivtered in great quantitiies at- the railway station, most of it going to the Bendigo and Bridgewater mills The average yield in this' and sur . roundinz districts will be eeven bags per acre easily. Yarraberb is now yielding, a great Cquantity of wheat. Since buying the land from the station owner, the new. settlers have taken off thousands"of pouilds' w orth of mining timber, firewood, sleep,, ;rs, and timber for bridge. building, etc. Now they aro t...
MITIAMO. 31st December [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
MITIAMO. 31st December 'Y.estorday a ;.thunderstorm, accompanied by a terrific. wind and hailstones, some of which iicasurced an inch in diameter, was experienculd. . ..Trees were blown down in dozens,- a.id the. straw roofs, of sheds andci tops of hayv. tancks ware carried ,away. Sessrs. -ardiman Bios. lost a .valuabli I.orse throlugh: a tree falling on it. ?: ur stacks of oats on Messrs. Rudkins Bros.' farmi were o' tossed '"about that theyj lookedI like one big heaip 'lie.'Rudkins BIos . also lost 25': acres of wheat crop, which 'wasv hi.ceked to the 'riound. by the wind nhid hail ? Many birds. were killed, while othcrai cculd. be soen lying about with wings and legs broken.. This was:. the most severo otorm ever' experienced in lthe district. It-. is fortniiate 'that it did not occur a month ago. when most of the crops had not beeii harvested '
POMPAPIEL. 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
POMPAPIEL. :: olst; December. A. hetvy thunderstorm broke over this district on Tuesday, and in p'laces did a' lot of damage. A mob of 3000 sheep was camped near Mr. \W. Tripconey's, and these were blown together by the violence of the storih, and 20 were smothered. Mr. Tripconey's windows were broken by flying sticks, some of these coming with such force that they were embedded in the wood work of his house. At Mr. T, Tripcoaiey's an oat stack was blown over, and while near the latter place the Chinaman who supplies this district with fruit and vegc tables had an unpleasant experience. Thl:. storm caught his cart-a heavy covered one-and turned it completely over, smash ing it and scattering the contents over. the roadway. He made his way to Mr. Tripconey's covered witlh scratches and blood, and Messrs. Tripconey and Hunte conveyed him to Serpentine. Mr. Davidson's cowshed was unroofed, and tops of haystacks were -blown off. TCrees and branches were strewn all around. Heavy rain and...
RAYWOOD. 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
30th December. -A..,severe storm passed over the town. abOut 1.30 p.m. to-day. From early morn Sng there were indications of a storm ap proaching from the north, clouds of dust appearing at times. About 10 o'clock se veral peals of thunder were heard at a distance, a"d a few light showers of rain, accompanied by hail, fell. Between 1 and 2 o'clock the wind blew with great force from the north, acocmpanied by heavy rain, which lasted fully 30 minutes, 43 points being registered. A remarkable es. cape from death was experienced at the residence of Cr. M'Kellar, near the re servoir. When the storm was at its ;height the wind tore off a sheet or two of iron from 'hc reef, and the whole build " ing collapsed. Mrs. M'Kellar and an old lady, 'Mrs. M'Lellan, with three of Mrs. M'Iellar's "ittle ones, were in the front roomn at the time, and fortunately escaped injury, although all the furniture and beds were smashed and bent. The building -a three-roomed mud-brick structure-bha only been er...
THRILLING MOTOR ACCIDENT. SEVERAL PEOPLE INJURED. Sydney, 29th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
THRILLING MOTOR ACCIDENT. SEVERAL PJOPLE INJ URFD. Sydney, 29th December. A. motor car, carrying a. touring ,party, dived' O00ft. over a precipice into a river near Ulgarra on Sunday. The party, con sit?iug of Messrs. Bartlett, Webster, and Wade, :.Lieutenant Moore , and the chauffour. named M. 'Bean, were riding from Inveiell to Grafton, via Kenipsey, near- Ufgarra.;, The car disappeared over the `edge of cutting and dived 100ft. into the river. Mr.. Webster received in Juriesi too his shoulder and, a cut thigh; M.r. Moore, concussion and scalp woimnd; ani4 Mi.r. Bartlett a fractured skull= and ribs.: The latter is in a serious condition in T. iixpsey HespitaI. The other two oc cuv:ants of the car vwere p;ractically. un.. i?jured. The motor car was wrecked; ,"Who was Shylock, grandpa?" "Shylock iin-lal--ai-why, after being at Sunday school all this time, d'you mean to toll Puo you don't kow wlio Shylook was?"
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitors at the Hotel Sham :rock tduring the Christmas and New Year hiolidays. were :-Mr. and Mrs., Misses and Masters -O'Mahoney, Warrinambool Mr. Mrs. and Miss Hamilton, Macedon; Miss Og burn, Charlton; Mr. Patterson, Swan IHil!; Mir. M'IHenry. New York; MIr. M'Auley, Wanimbota; Mrs. Peacock, England; Mr. aind Mrs. -mnd Miss Brown, St. Kilda;. Mr. Coffee, Tandorra; also Mr. and Mrs. Bo hbertsou and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman and family," Mr. SaYlmoa, Mr. Stogdale, and Mr. Bamford, Melbourne. At tl:e City Family Hotel the visitors .included Mr. and Mrs. A. rTurnier. Seddon;: M\fr., and Mrs. G. Gardner, Middle Park'2 Mi'. and Mrs. C. Taylor, Miss Grace Tay lor, Mr. Po ynton, Maryborough ; Mr. J. i'ettleberg, East Melbourne; Miss Pearl Nettleber , St. Kilda.; Mr. R. 'Visbord, East Melbourne; Miss Zara Levinshon, St. Ki(lda; Dr. Ford, Camberwell; Mri. and Mrs. D. W. Irish, Rochester; Mr - V. Stanistrret and Mr. J. R. Goodison, "Auchmore," lRaywood; Mr...
VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. EASY WIN FOR N.S.W. Melbourne, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
'VICTORIA. T.: NEW SOUTH .WALBiS.. sEASY WIN FOR N.S.W. i "Melbourne, 1st January. Tli&lt;efirst interstate match t of the season -between Victoria and New -South -Wales .coiixmenced on the" Melbouirne Cricket Ground at noon to-day. Scorns: - NEW SOUTHI WALBS. First Innings. I. L Collins c Baring, b Ryder .. . L. E. Cody, lbw, bIRyder .... :: W:: Bardley, anot : ut . :12: . (. Kelleway, c Miittlivews, h T:. S. Aiidreivs, lbiw b Ariimstrong?. F :-.,allrard, . Ryder, b Arm--:; sLrong ... .........10 A'l. -Cotter,. c Ryder, b Airmstrofig i3 11. Massi-. run out 9 S C. G. Macartniey, b Mattliews 53 A. A. Mailey' c Armstriong, b Ryder .... ... C. M'Kew, c Parl b Ryder 0 Sundries ... .. .. Total ... .... :... . 409 Bonwling. ---M'Taughton;,: 20- balls, 1..:? ilaideu, 73: runs; Cannon, 114 `lia.lls, 76 runs: Matthews, 114 balls, 1 maiden,. 1 wicket; 49 runs; Sewar., 12 balls, 7 "xuns; Ryder., 233 balls, 4 maidens, 5 wickets, .138 runs; Armstrong, 234 bhlls, 8 maidens; .3. wickets, 6...
INTER-STATE CRICKET VICTORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIA'S BRILLIANT WIN. Melbourne, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
INTER-STATE CRICKET VICITORIA V. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. VICTORIA'S BRILLIANT WIN. Melbourne, 30th December. Armstrong and Park, the not out men' of the' third day, resumed the second inn ings of- the Victorians at noon to-day. A lshght, thunder shower at 10.30 made the, wicket a little casier. The attendance was 3900, and the tak inga £96/6/6. , The, total for the match *as £1053]111.. . Scores:--. SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings................. 245 Second Innings... ... .. ... ... 246 . . : VICTORIA. i"taist Innings . ........ ..... 140 . econd Innings. SR.. L. Park, b Crawford .. ... 104 E . V, Carroll, b -Kirkwood ... 15 F.- Baring, st. Winser, b Kirk wood ...... ... .:... .. .:. ... 17 'V. -R?ansford, b Chamberlainm ... 11 W. W. Armstrong, c -Pellew, b - Moyes .. ... .. ...... 132 -1 II. Bracher, not out ...-... ?; 42 J. Ryder,. not. out.... ... ...... 9 Sundries ... ... . .... ... ... 24 Five wickets for ... .. ... 354, Bowling.-Crawford, 216 balls, .6 maidens, 1 wicket, 111 runs. Ki...
SAD DROWNING CASE. SICK CLERGYMAN'S END. A BENDIGO NATIVE. Deniliquin, 4th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
SAD DROWNING CASE. ICK ('LEILGYMAN'S 'ND. A m'NTDIGO NAT 1E." Dnilicuin 4th Januay '. IA sad dirowning case occuliedr on Friday night Ttie ev'h F . F.l iiborn?~ of. t Pail' s Chturel hatd bei a· iini?nate of xlie+ local hospitial for:ii 'eW d.ays' sifferii fioie plinluniio?n About 10. 3O d:cl?? on :?ri day iight, lii digin the t?rnporairy 'aliste ce o: the. nurse fromi the p:ivate .aid Mr. W(ibdrnl, whe-n l:ii vas lppiaitly .deliriois, L?bioke through it wire indowiv a.id escapied tfroim ilie iva.:d.: Di P G: Palmel who is iil0o a p itient in th'sani? wiaid; dlid nobt h?i.al 1.r W'enbori leavin His triacks vewre followied fromn- the front gat?e of the hospital to .the coreir of the police 'sta-.' ioiu, -hiliice in?. th l direction of 'the iiver. Here': the police discoveied ::. handkerchief beiaring "Mr.: Wenborn's initials at the- edge of thse water, also footprints in the :imvd." The river. was. dragged unsuccessfully, :for sev'eraYi:hbiisi but about -9, o'clock"?on Satiirdayy mot...
LARGEST BATHS IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
LARGEST BATHS IN THE WORLD. (By "Signa.") It is not generally known that Amertih claims to have the largest and most beau tifully-appointed baths in the world.- On the fair harbor of the Golden Gate3 where San Francisco is built, the Ame'icans have built baths on a. clossal scale. They are known as the Suitor Baths, .and consis-. of five. Very large, pools, from three tt .fiiv and a half fet in depth. 'Ihey: ate-- all Swnarnied to difterenit.. -temperatures by pipes- fed from a furnace or boiler, and o: ne. very large' cold' pool :some ,hundreds of;feet in length; These are all. n~elosed under a .-vast glass. dome- with, galleries running the el tire lengthli having seating accommodation for 5000 people' There 'is a. railed-off platform, which is sanded and . artificiallyv warmned for. 'bathliers. to rest and exercise upon. The water is piped up frola the sea, and runs in freslih every day. The; dressing rooms are all :in. sections, and have fine lavatories '?ttached," fitted up. wi...
ST. ARNAUD. 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD. 1st January. . A six-roomredl weatherboard house, situated in Queen's Avcni;e, St. Arnaud, was de-: stroyeid by fire- at 10 o'clock last nighl The . builin was owned :by.' Misss :Pern nington, of Paradise, 'a ister of Mr. 3 ii 'W.,;-: Pcnuingt~n, :M.L. A., andcloccuFied .by Miss - M. E. Bti hier, and her brother. i:rh. ca'?'se of ;the outt~i'eak ;s, a i:iystcry Thi biiilding was insuiircd in the, Norwich Un on Co., but the anmoint is not ]inown at pro sofnt.. The frnituli Was isii sired for'i :£2f0 ' ir, the Maicliester Co .:
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. About 40 employes of the 3endigo City Council assembled on Tuesday last to make presentations to Mr. A. J. Tregear, the city accountant, on the eve of his mar riage. Mr; W. Iloneybone (town clerk) pre sented Mr. Tregear with a massive marble clock from the Town Hall staff, and con veyed to the recipient tihe best wishes of his colleagues. Mr. Honeybone remarked that it was a characteristic of municipat einployes to get married. It was a diffi cult thing to find a member of the muni cipal staff unmarried. Mr. J. J.. Smith (city ' overseer), on behalf of the sur veyor's de?artment, presented to Mr. Tre gear a pair of handsome bronze statuettes representing "Day and Night." Mr Smith wished Mr. Tregear and his prosree tive wife every happiness, and hoped th?at they would see the golden jubilee of their wedding. Mr A Rumball (city curator), on behalf of the employes in his depart nmeit, presented to Mr. Tregear a beauti ful pair of vases, and expressed the gocd wishes of th...
MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
MATRIMONIAL. Miss Alice (Girlie) Wall, daughter of Mr. 3amies Wall, and Mr. Jack f]oyd Watson, eldest son of the late Mr. J. B. Watson And Mrs. Watson, of "Labassa," Orrong road, Caulfield, were qidetly married on Tuesday last at "Merton,'" Irighton, the residence of Mrs. W. Wall, the bride's aiiht. Thle marriage of EMiss Sheila O'Doninell, o. ly daughter of Dr. N. MA. O'Dotniell, North MIfelbourne, and Mr. Franjk Brennan, S.P.j; son of the late Mr. Michael Brer,. uan, Strathfie'"save, Bendigo, was edlebrat ed Tiiesday at St. iMary's Star of the Sea, West Melbourne, by the Most Rev. Dr. Mannix, assisted by BRev. F. English. Miss .ary O'Donncll Miss Lily Colenali, Miss Esther Devine, Miss Claire Brennan, and Miss Flora Brennan attended the bride. Mr. WV. A. Brennan acted as best 3man, And the .groomcmen were Messrs. E. Ira loiteyjaud Nicholas O'Donnell. White satin, with Limerickt lace draperies, made a charm n inrdbe foib the yoing bride. Her veil was diso Limerick lace. The bridesm...