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GOORNONG. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

GOORNONG. [he. icet ,hell 0of 11ot weather all's . riougi.t quitto .1: lairgo : ml, r 01 Gnak:.oi:ackbe into*.1the 0J3L.132 andilnny :dead one, ,L1'· to iý v 4c,^1 a theC ici coý und. -roads . la rlgo salck was tI is wckl m0f' ,niider' the Ihjcieo ai of : Mr.:Bulillock, at tale. railway idte. X 4 .small snake wvrit*;lcd acrobss thic verandahd'li; .if the Railwaly Hotel Iast uug-itg It catu:.cd 8(Ale `constee:nati'r_ ilionl tale' femaleo cc c-npants of the . house . 'Thoreptile was despatchecd quicidy by Eonie "of tht--. gont:c mon present. Thec tinal :mc ting for- the jprrcecn term. of the 'Statc school comrutte4 wavs nld on Monday niml"kt. Prcsnt-"ricssrs. .T L "½-ni iTt . Jin tlh -bhair); IV. -ouucychlcur , 1A. Buirrowes. 1I1s. i't'1(iustrv,, J Bkak c'c-r Tresl;ponfl(nt1. anBd the herad -tdacher· (til;r: B.±rker)..Thofiinal hInalanci-heet showed-a ciedit- "M t little over £13. Of this iUZIOtflt :-~oilo C(; .is to lie ýj)Oit in ipro iduing jt g( scduool with. a hull. D)uring the tc...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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HARCOURT. 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

HAROOURUT. 18thl Fecbruary Mi Jamies M'Miahon, of Suttonr Grainge, " met ittl . i )ainful accident ilast: cvciing wlie drivin;mn" to his.hoymne .It .isn.ot kiloivn hiow the6 accident liarc ned, bit' Mr.?M'IM? . " li.:ho.vwio was drivingr a fliglity uyonuF ]ioirse, w'is tlroiviiw oit of the vehicle at Thlie Gap. :: Hie as :not " ouiid iuntil thisi morning, when : e w:i as picked : up in an. unconsciouIs state., lHe is-badly cut about the face, anid .it is :feared that is legs' are brokenl. 'e iwa ::ii .once :econveyed, to the Castlemaine ' os pital ::,Dr. ' Iill ras telephoned fori to ieet hinei T: ere are thtousands of cases of apples and pears leaviin the dlocal railway: station.: everyir weeklc fo-ir MelboUrne to: be ' exported. The citiality?'of the ,fruit' is good.. This' year is the off yearcdi , .:buit it is i:proving very: satisfactory: aind. tlhe yield is; gireter thiau2n is epecteted. SHavest ttlianlsgiving .services were hceld inl? the M?ethodist` Church, on S' unday, w:Vh...

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KOONDROOK. 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

KOONDROOK.il . . ^.-:>:... ::. - .. :..-- .-1 9tli Febiuai' y, .iThe ;Xi' ra Caledonridii Pip: Bain?:gavo : co icert in' the.'tlie Barhoanx cloli :n e:y cd.iniesday?' evenihngl, w;hei tlihe:po -rariiinc of; f'si3gs, flncy danici?g?g aid..ipe bhai:d .soloctions was rendered iir~-. plc s?ig 2,a hiicr, bef~io a,. fairr:iidiUc(ucc. . . /.. A lad nuamed Daicey" GrenwIr7ay ged ' vears. soni of Mr J. Greenway, 6f ooITon drok.' had a C iirro SCi scadie fi'or: deathi by drow\nina' in :t thI Murra i River oii Wediies SdaTv. neiar the oondrook; llarf. Green wav. ii conmany wiitlih .another lad named Limcs, iwas, bathing n hallow' ? ater,' wheni lihe venitured too far out inito the stream, annd sot .beyond hi, depthli Hc was sinking thu. .'Srond time bIfore his mate raised tho alarm. A. yout" namued Johnl 13ll, ho hainoened to 'b passing it 'the time, pluSng ed iiton the watcer wvithout divestiiig: hiimself (f .his clothiig ;and rescited lthe- boy: :iiftie. jirst aid rcmncrli~s had been :app...

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INGLEWOOD. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

INGLEWOOD!, 17tlh February. 'The older children attencdi?g the Ingle. wood school wire (writes our correspon. dent) in a state of excitement on Monday afternoon, th oeccasion being a visit' from Mr. Frank Beaurepaire, director of swim r.lnlg. It had been the intention of the director to give -an exhibition of swimming in one of the many dams surrounding the town, but owing to the continued :-,ry •xweather the water in most instances has dried up. The children, however, .were not disappointed, as quite a number, both boys and girls, were taken to the Loddon River, at Bridgecwater; by train, where. an,ehibi tioin of swimming was given, in which th?e children were much interested. Not. withstanding the trying ,veather, the little ones enjoycd ,the tramp back of four miles. V hilst visiting Inglewood. Mr. Beaurepairo made an inspiction of the local dams, and the site of the proposed new- baths. Our Bridgewater . correspondent adds :-There was a good attendance of townspconle: on the ban...

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BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

BENDIGO ITORSE MARKET. Messrs. Spencer, Vains and Co. report:- We held our usual sale on Saturday at our bazaar, when about 35 horses and a nuimber of vehicles were yarded. The yarding ywa principally of light horses and an odd good draught sort, the consignments coming from Rochlester, Heathcote. Wedderburn, Me.i bourne, and locally. The attendanco was very good and alive to business at auction, most of the lots being sold under .ieo 'lammer. Several good pairs of pones were forward. Ouotations :-Draughts (geldings). £14/10/. £15 £22 to £26/15': do., mares, to £25/10/: light, -horses,. £9, £121101, £12. £10110/: delivery sorts. £14 and £15: ponies, £8)7/6, £5/10]. and £8/15/: aged light sorts lower. A good ouantity of secondhand harness was also sold Spring drays, £13; gigs, £10: and light carts, £8/151. Sales were made for G. H. Caldwell, II. Rowe, Jas. Clifford. R. Cur now, E. Simmonds, Jas. Tranter, E. Rey nolds, and others.

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

KERANG. }20th li elii y. S paitv of :Kerang iesident -'attediied thel Cliorltoii ra ce?. yesteirday.:. On the L retui.n iourn?ey, shoitly afti :1 passing: througlh Quiainbatook; :t-heir :motori cair? which w as folowin:' a b'oaten :track alongside -the for .nitinio iavoid" lithe :ioughli; npproaches to iu i?? bridges . uiicxpectcdly] .ncicouutered ian irrigation :hiannel; wit thle ri:sul- th' liat SMes\sr. P. Daish,:Percy Thompso , and. -.i iMelbouiile ioclkey named Leonard wvere thronva 'oout. The drivci and Mi. R A Marckicel rietained their seatis, =but: Mr4r 'R D. I:Ou, lihin had .]i:ie Jeciniai experience? :of: beinio lifted :ofiom"the irear to .the: fi'unt seat:?,'iin imnediately: after?wards retuirned Ib thie foorce of the? ; second -co'itiact of :thq e.ar with the channel btack to his: original aositiond. Be o, Thomipson iaid Leonaird es: c:.ap d with a severe- shaking;- but Mr. Daishl: va3s not:' so .fortun ate; :as :when: etadliid: tioday. : by Dr. M':Enir.y he: .was foun4d...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

THE MARKETS. I3ENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 17th February. tCattle.--The number of cattle forward for bale to-day was a still further reduction on the reduced penning of last week, altogether only 402 head being penned for sale, re 1iresenting "'POut 20 trucks by rail, with the balanic made up of road lots. The quality of t'ahe whole, further, was very indifferent, t?hr bulk consisting of middling descriptions, with lust odd tens of prime light. and medium weight bullocks. Cows were in fair nercentage, miinly just meaty to useful, with odd prime bceasts distributed through the uens. The supply of good cattle being iwell within requirements, competition ,fbi anv urime .ullocks was good, and. pricec were,better than last week to the extent of between 5/ and 10/, although- the market . flrutuated at times. Any good clean and mi?:ime cows and heifers also sold well,. but n?iddlino descriptions in these showed :no improvement oa last week's rates. Best beef on the leg was selling betwee...

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo. 21st February. TPhe market was well supplied this morning with' all fruits in season, excepting peaches, and, consequent upon the hot weather the demand was very strong, prices in most in stances being firm. Peaches were scarce and dear, buyers being unable to satisfy their re quirements. Oranges and lemons were in keen request .and prices had a sharp rise. Pears ancdl apples maintdined late rates, but grapes were slightly weaker. Tomatoes elicited good competition, and the advanced mid-week quo tations were realised. \Vater melons sold readily at lower prices. Pineapples were steady. The vegetable market underwent lit tle change. Messrs. Goddard and Cahill report.:-Fiji bananas. .12/ to 13/ per case; pineapples, rough, 6/ per case: Queens, 8/ per case; oranges. imported, 250 in ca-e, 30/; lemons. local, 10/ to 11/ case; imported, 33/ case of 360; eating apples, new, 4/ to 5/ per case; cooking apples, 3/ to 4/ per case; peaches, 8/. to 10/ per ca...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 21st February. Owing to the hot weather, prime quality butter was Ecarce during the z"eek, and any superior lots commanded high prices. Prime Gippsland factory butter brought 1/ to 1/0J, prime northern factory .brands 11d to 1/, and other': factory lots 10 to lid per lb. It is an ticipated, however, that prices will rise fully one penny pe .lib. on Monday. Prime sepa rator butter quitted at 10d to lid per lb., and dairy butter 9d to 10d, with heated and out of-condition lots lowei. Thu supply of eggs was about equal to that of the preceding week, and the demand was active at 114d to 12'd per dozen for guaranteed lines. Store keepers' and mixed lots sold at lower rates. The cheese market was affected by the wea ther, and only prime lots were in request. .Good new cheese sold at 6d to 6d per lb., and matured at 7d to 71d per lb., with very old cheese down to 5d. Bacon, Lams and lard were lightly supplied, and buyers had to go away unsupplied. La...

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MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

MELBOURNE CATTLE i.:ARKET. At ..Newmanrket cattle yards Wednesday 19,000 cattle were yarded. Best bullocks were in stetdy request. The general rates of the market were a shade easier. "There :was" a large attendance of both to'n and country buyers.- Quotations:-Prime pens of .bul locks, from £11 to £12/15; ex:tra do., from £12110/ to £13/15/; odd beasts, to £14/12/6; good do. do., from £9 to £10; good light and handy weights, from £8/10/ to £9/10/; second do. do.. from £7 to £8; inferior, trom £6: best pens of cows, from £7/10/ to £9/o'; odd beasts, from £9 to -01W101; good do. dos, from, £6 to £7: second do. do., £4/15/ to £5/10/;' inferior, from £3/10/. About 700 fat calvesv were penned. The demand was ex ceedingly keen, and .prices ruiled decidedly in advance of-: former rates. Quotations:-?Primu steers and, heifers, from £4110/ to £7/17./, a few higher; good, from £4 to £4/10/; prime calves, from 60/ to 86/; good, from 45/ to 55/.; second and inferior, from Z0/.

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COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

COUNTRY STOCK SALES., . Messrs.-- Spencer, Y:ains .. and. Co. ,report:- Wi cond:ucted our monthly :stdook- le, aiMorae. i.?.:, :: ,/? ?? i ? ':, .? : .:.i,! : , :, - . ?. :: I, : . . croft's yards, Wedderburn. on Wednesday last, when, despite the severity of the weather, over 200 sheep came forward. The quality and breeding in almost every ease was cf a. high standard, and comprised mostly ewes in lamb, with a iew pens of weaners and we. thers. The attendance was very fair, and in cluded both local and outside buyers, who were keen on buying classy lines. Bidding throughout the day was good, and, with a very cdd exception, a clearance was effected: -4-tooth crossbred ewes, 18/6; fat 2-tooths, 17/; 2-tooth comeback ewes, 15/9; 6 and 8 tooth comeback and crossbred ewes, shoving well in lamb, 16/4; 6 and 8-tooth merino do., 14/: 4-tooth merino wethers, 14/4; weaners, comeback, only fair size, 10/10; small young weaners, low condition, 8/6.

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

IMARlONO. F ru 21st Felruaiy M i- T Kyne; secrietary of ..the Shire of M Iaro i who w.as the. successful: applii caint. for the?iosition of t·owii cleirk of the Boro?li of: chuicas has decided to, reimair: in hliirseiit position. A special- meeting of - t!:i Ml:rong~ Shire Council was held- on Saturday,.;when Mr. Kyne Wvas pressed to` withdraw . hi r:esignation. Mr. Kyne re-' cently. v:isited Echlca, and found that . heo i'ould have tho greatest difficulty in se curing a. suitable residence there. Undei: the ciurcumstances he decided to remain ai` Marion?. The council was highly gratified.: Sat Mr. Kyne's decision, and resolved toi increase, his salary by an appreciable sculm::~i : This was entirely unsolicited by Mir.... Kyiyiei iThe Echuca Council has been inotified of the liositioii.

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BUTTER RISES ONE PENNY. Melbourne, 20th February [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SBUTTER JSES TONE PENNY. t :':=: :. ^ Melbourile. 20th Fobruary Butter. will beo sold by wvholesale :agents to ietailers' at a i .dvance of Ic a Ib. for:;hoice brinds,: miakin. tie . holesale: :rice foi best buittdo" :/1 a:lb 'lb instcad ;of:l/, ;nqw ruling.: Thou advuice will oomo minto, operation, on Monday._. Exceptionally hot, and dry?.woa thebii.a.nd a -conseqient shortaR in: supplies of really :choice butter, are redponsible: for -thhe dvance 'in p rico- ..:.

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MALDON. Tarrangower, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

IMVALDON. i TarraBlgower, 18th 1 iebruiary. The harvest in .the Baringhup district has becn aarniered, and the result has beeiin very .satisfactory to the n.iajority of:; far mers. - A :good: proportion 6of the crops:. were cut for hay, which -w6ould average-. anything freim a ton oto four tons per acre; This is:a well knowit hay-growivlig district, and the quality .is such that it. generally corniinaindr ithe highest prices -ruling' iin: the Mtlbc irne and Northern : markets.. Tii grain cr,?s were: on an average very fair. Some excellenutyields of wheat, oats andibai-: hey were harvested.: I A goo'd deal.: of attentioii is devoted o.tlio the dairying= indiustry; ,:ý-itlri ver" satisfactoy- :resiults. -Soine of taohe oldeir ettled farmers, are .:the,- possessors _of: some clioico dairy 'herds; whichL hai~e been got: "together `afteri many years <of judicious 'Jreodind g and cullirig. Maiy of: 'hlieso ex pcrienced rfarmers :have :for;? years ;been feedidng.Lo tleir rmilker...

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SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SUCCJ]SS?FUL CLEARING S.ALE. Messrs. J. H. IJienhop and Co. report, having conducted a very successful clear ing sale under instructions from Mr. J. MI. Old, at Dingee, on 13th inst. A mosyt gratifying attendance assembled, and not= withstanding the fact that the excessive heat interfered somewhat with the anima tion of the sale, highly satisfactory prices were established throughout, and a total clearance was effected. The demand for horses was slightly improved, while both' sheep and cattle made remarkably good va;ies. One-way disc, £14151; scarifier, £/.I0/.; M'Cormack drill, £15; Robinson drill (old), £9; waggon. £15/5/ ; harvester, six _years, £25; seven-year-old geldings: £27, £28, £29 and £32/5/; three-year-old fillies, £20, £23/151, £25, £26; two-year-old fillies £16, £17/10/; aged mares, to £15; five-year-old mate, medium, £25; aged geldings, buggy sorts, £9/10/ and £12,; heifers, to £3115/; cows, £5; 200 4 and 6: tooth comeback ewes, joined Lincoln rams,: 1.16/4; 75 merino...

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

MACORFtA. ] i20th 1'cl-.ruarn'. Av-tu eei ofS the MTcorun bp-anch of t!io Aust~ralian -SVosu.3n'r Leagu was licid at the iR c-13anbites' Pall, 1Maconaa, Iast Tugs--It rv Lfteinou }, the pvOidClcnU (Firs. J. T1. (boadge) b-inr. In thJ chaid'. A . lot of -utine wgrk was (w:ritce ca. (Torr'eSlpflJ dent) tr-ansacted, and advantage of theo opportunlity was taken to say .bo&1ttbye to the prcsicdontf ,ho is leaving, the district to live in town. Mrs. Goudge has been pre sident for over three years, and has worked hard in the interests of the league. The members will miss her genial face very much at the meetings, and the loss of her' untiring energy will be much felt. After partaking of afternoon tea the members adjourned to the residence of the secretary (Mrs. C. S. Darvall), where in a friendly. group theiri hotos.; were taken. It is the intention of: the society to present ' Mrs. Goudge with 'an enlarged photo. :of the' group, in recognition of her services as. president.

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WOOL, HIDES AND SKINS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

WVOOL, HIDES AND SKINIS, ETC. Messrs. W. G. Jackson and Co. report: We had a good catalogue of lamb skins and pelts forward for our sale on Tuesday, and had a good attendance of buyers. Sheep skins-The market remains firm, and all sold at the better rates of last sale. Hides -We had a large number to offer and, all descriptions continue in good request; all sold at the improved prices of last sale. Tallow-The market continues glutted with tins and oddments, fully 500 tins being received again on Tuesday, also a larger supply in shipping order. The weather was greatly against the sale, and prices for tins declined 3d per cwt., while tallow in ship ping order sold at late rates Quotations: -Hides, light, 7jd per lb. and 3d per hide; medium weights, 7jd per lb. and '3d per hide; and heavies, 7!d per lb. and 3d per hide; kip. 7.{d per lb. and 3d per kip; heavy calfskins, 6 d per lb.; light calfskins, 7 ,d per lb.; sheepskins, a few full-woolled, small, 3/ to 5. eacli; good, 5/3 to 7/ ea...

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

: 20th ].lriiryi ?? Mr. 'George Smith's threshiiig- machine, is now in the Kor&ng V,alo district. Mr;. Cit tanach comipleted thishiing ·t ?Mr. '; Rob bilis's. O the. 1 machines were M:essrs. M.'Cube's llnd T. hay's. Thei results from threshinu r were very profitable. Thrce :of the men, worki'ig on G. Smith's, macehine niet with accidents, Mr. M.. Slattery. haviino a sovero fall fro1m a loaded wa?ggon whule uitching sheaves Chrough luthe horses moving forward. Mr. W. Charlesworth -received a 'hadlv-lhro'ckn leg while havinga i. friuedly wrcstling bout withl another employe,: ind '.. 'Malone susta ind a cr.ushed foot throuogh the threshing, machinc passing over his-.fool.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SCOTCH COLLEGE, MELBOURN E. Br'ARDL'G AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VICTORIA. 6 Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys hale passed through it. The roll at present is over 5U0. The General Course.of STUDY includes All the Branches of a LIBERAL EDUCATION THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGIJISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, S ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGES. WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PIYSI S and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS. The Papils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK, In the BOARDINGHOUSE the number %o boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to 80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys--in most cases for two. The Principal has the assistance of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours. and the evening work of the boys. i: The Cricket and Football Field, of ...

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AVONMORE. 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

OUR COUNTRY SERVICE, AVONMORE. 16th February. Wheat-carting is uearly finished. Only a few loads of wheat are coming in, but there are still large stocks being held at some of the farms. Inconvenience is being caused by the scarcity of trucks at present. A total of over 12,000 bags has been bought and sent away from Avonmore by Mr. G. Simmie. of the firm of Tomlins, Simmle and Co.. millers, of Bendigo. Farmers in most cases were satisfied with their yields, which were quite up to expectations.

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