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CASTLEMAINE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
CASTLEMAINE CLUB The Saturday rink matches played at &nbsp; Castlemaine on Saturday resulted as fol- lows : --- Wallish's rink 22 beat Rasmussen's 13 ; Van Heurck's 34 beat Borland's 5; &nbsp; Cowan's 17 beat Franks's 16; Baker's 26 &nbsp; &nbsp; beat Archdall's 22.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. BOLTON.-On Friday, 20th February, at &nbsp; "Kalimna" Carpenter-street, to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bolton-a son. MARRIAGE. &nbsp; MOORE-DOLAN.-On the 7th February, 1914, at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne, by the Rev. Father O'Connell. Francis &nbsp; Mason, third son of Mr. John Moore, of Quarry Hill, to Eileen, youngest daughter of Mr. Patrick Dolan, of Anderson-st., &nbsp; Bendigo. DEATHS. BALL-On the 17th February, 1914, at her brother's (Alf.) residence, Melbourne, Maggie, beloved wife of Tom Ball, Beth Corner, Bendigo, after a long and painful illness, borne with Christian patience and fortitude. &nbsp; Interred privately at Melbourne. 18th &nbsp; February. "Asleep in Christ." &nbsp; &nbsp; McMAHON.-On the 19th February, the &nbsp; result of an accident. James Ernest, the &nbsp; beloved husband of Alice McMahon, aged 45 years. R.I.P. Funeral To-day (Friday), &...
BRIDGEWATER. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
BRIDGEWATER. 21st February. &nbsp; &nbsp; The residents of Bridgewater were quite pleased when it became known that the badge of valor had been awarded to Mounted-constable La Roche, of Bridge &nbsp; water, for his plucky action in checking a bolting team of horses attached to a wheat wagon in January last. In 1909.. at the time of the floods, Constable 'La &nbsp; Roche was (states our correspondent) award- ed the Humane Society's medal for rescu- ine Bickham brothers from their perilous position.
STRATHFIELDSAYE PICNIC. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
STRATHFIELDSAYE PICNIC. SUCCESSFUL GATHERING. (By Our Reporter.) The annual sporty and picnic promotes by the farmers of the Strathfieldsaye dis- trict was held on the local Recreation Re- serve Wednesday. Despite the exceedingly &nbsp; hot weather there was a large attendance, which indicated the great interest and en- thusiasm of local residents in the gather- ing. In former years the proceeds of the sports and picnic were devoted towards improvements and the erection of build- ings on the Recreation Reserve, which is a credit to the district. The profits of this year's gathering is to be devoted towards the cost of establishing a telephone ser- vice between Bendigo and Strathfieldsaye Almost every district surrounding Bendigo enjoys a telephone service, and the re- quirements of Strathfieldsaye should cer- tainly receive favorable consideration by the department, especially as the residents are voluntarily giving practical support to the project. Amongst those who were pr...
1891 (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
1891 (Continued). Mr.. W. A. nWeiblrn, hio died in Mel bourne,, carried on: the business o6f , book ueller :and st~tioner for niany years i Pall Mr.. Sebastian .Schnmidt died - on 26th 'October. The name of Mr. Sebastialn 4Schmidt is- likely to bei peianently asso eciated with tliehistory of ihe Bendigo, goldfields, inasmuch as -ho:loves his; name'-: behind in the title of Sebastiaii, -whiclih made a reputation foi itself, both for the richness of its alluvial a:d -quartzi aepositsa. The discovery of gold , in Sebastian -was made at a comparatively late date. In 1862 rome wood-splitters working in the neighborhood discovered somne rich gold on'd the surface, and procdeded ton mark oiut claims. The ground, which is, nowknowli as Charlton's paddock, was then part of a statiomn held by. the .once .wll-known squatter, Mr. 'Hugh Glass.: His agenits soon, dispellec the illusion of the gold diggersi .tlhat, they were workiingg on Cirown, lands, Sand they; were dispossessed. About thI stni1...
CASTLEMAINE. 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
CAST LEM AINE.;': : ', 17th: Februliiary Now thrit the Mines Act A:mendmicin Bii]: has .passed both iHouses of: :Parliiiiicnti; miniLrg boards l are institutioni of the 'th Nomin atonsi fa? seat-ofon::tlhe llbcaai: Uoca± wecre receittly ??ad~vertised' f?, ai?d iin asivs w .M..ssr.~ V::. ,attron (Muialdon): aind > Woo h". ruvre (Dfiylcsfoiclj loidugcd tlir iioni' Stonhs , ai ; ` renic~pntati : es `of. ': hoider s .of miners' rilhts. :Mr: , I.F- H?ouse, .~i: . retulrnia e officer_ afterr inseiting the*'adv"' tiseinent:ieccived a:i.. notificationii from ;the departmeintt iot to o .on with the:electoi,:. coYrseqiently 'he did not ,,receive norina tis o fr ;:: li:. gistered companics, :or F.M.E:A;,. aind Messrs. Waterson and Wood-. t;rno's ':,ruminations. were cancelled; Thno boairdi'ruimi ;situated on the Camp Craec-icet. i'heiodic.dll us?ed- for so many years, is i- a A:iii:,:idted conditiocn, aind wants: pull i:.: d?ni. The ite, however, io a :aleu abl:' olio, :and thero in a.garde...
SYDNEY PRODUCE MARKET. Sydney, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SYDNEY. PRODUCE IMARKET. Sydney, 2nd 1March. Wheat. 3/91; 3/11; chaff, Victorian. 95/, 90/; eaten. 85/, 80/; flour, 175/, 172/6; chickwhbeat, 3/.7. 3/4; potatoes, Tasmanian,.,120/; maize,; 4/3: butter, 112/, 107/; bacorP sides,. 1/; chccse, 69d, 5d Gnstave Hamnel, tbhe welleknown. English nirmnan,.made a splendid flight~ yesterdhy. at Worcester with Lady Duidley, wifeo,.of .the ex-GovernoruGeneral of Australia, as pas seuger,.
LIVERPOOL MURDER. CONDEMNED MAN CONFESSES. LONDON, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LIVERPUOL MURDER. CONDE3MNED MAN CONFESSES. S.LONDON, 25th Februiary. : George Sumner, who is under sente?e?e, -. of death for the murder of Miss CifnistiaIn- ·. Bradficld at Liverpool on lthl D'ecemler,' .::. "has made a con~fession of guilt. k?-?, 'is o: ; - bpe .hanfed to-morrow morinng. LONDON, 20th? February: Georgo Ball, alias Sumner, the inurderer - of Miss Christian Bradfieold at. Liverpool on; 11th ..Lcember. wasl hanged to-day. . * :: .Mr, Sol Green, the wel!-]mown bookm,~:cer. of Melbourne. has, purchamcd Dynevor Dowvns Station, in the Cunnamull. district, Quee.no Inud, with all the 'stock thcreon. · The pur- : chaie moun y was between ie"50,003 anuc )'6OCO3,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. GRAVE GIVES UP £120. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ITEMS OF INTEHEST. GRAVE GIVES UP £120. M. Gros, a landowner, of Nimes (France) died in January, and was duly buried. When the heirs proceeded to take pos session £120 was missed, and when all ef forts to find the money were fruitless, it was suggested that it might -be, in the. clothes in which the dead had been buried. The body was exhumed, and the missing .money was found in one of the pockets.
BLACKSMITH DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
BLACKSMITH DENTIST. Mr. Edward He@witt, who died · t Hill morton, near Rugby (England), at the age of 90, wvas a blacksmith: who, 50 years ago, before dentistry . had made much. pro gress, used to oblige the people of the dis trict by drawing tlheir tceth with the inost suitable blacksmith's tool available.
NEW STATE GOVERNOR. ENTERTAINED AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE. Melbourne, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
NkW STATE GOVERNOR. ENTERTAINED AT PARLIAMENT HOUSE. ;"." Melbourne, 24th -February. 'Th(. n?ew tatt, Gove-rn0n (Sir Arthnr :Sta?iley) was. entertained at a banquet at State Piarliament House 'this evening. The function was confined to members of the State Parl'iament and heads of departments. r.Trie principaml visitors were Sir JohnMad den: Chief Justice: Sir Jobn Forrest, 'Fede-. ral Trieasurer: Mir. .. Scnad:a: , Premier of Western Australia; Sir Newton . Moore, Agent-General for Western Australia, aid the Lord Mayor of Melbour:e. In pro-,osing the toast of ]:is Excellency, -MJr: Watt (State Premier) said that the welcome to the uew Governor. was most sincere.- Sir Arthur Stanley was the repre sentative .of the King, but, apart from that fact, theyv welcomed him as a de cendant of a famous-family. Hlie felt sure. that his Excellency would' win a lightning. popularity -in the State. Sir Arthur had had much political exiperienee in the motlier country, 'and would be an ac quisition...
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER XXIII. THE TEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
[ALL 'IGIITS RESEBRVED.: THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. BY SIR WILLIAM MAG'INAY, BT., Authot o of "The I feress of the l Season, "'The Red Chaincell-.: " " Th.- MBaster: Spirit," Etc. CHAPTER XXIII. THE TEST.': The case did- nqt last long that; day;: little more than formal evidence: of the- pri-,-, soners' -arrcst b:ing taken; iand tlhe-, 1pro-,o ceedinigs *vre adjourned, the men being,.re-: ,mnnde :in:: custody. We caime oudt ofcthie Scout -with Rolt-.. "T shall have a busy afternoon: he; iagdi: :''"rcparino- and marshalling, my evidence, a Rni T should be glad if you .two gentlemen would attend at the police station altei on,; sav. this evening, and have 'youi s,;itateiments. officiallv taken down. We accordingly fixcd an lour? fo:r tie lpur -ose, and as lolt turned to ,:go Wallacec :.ixon came up. - : -? "Is the' case over ?.How has i ?goue?. ;he asked. ; . ' : We told him. *i'. e a hce · tc "No •articuhtli videnfci':e l hfier,.taK en: t) far." Rolt added. - "You still 'don't 'thiinl yo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
THE BENDIGONIAN. TO PUOTOQIAPUCP^ PHOTOS. of CURRENT EVENTS are required for Reproduction its the "BENDIGONIAN, .and will e .Paid for at our Usual Rates. "MANY EVENTS of INTEREST at which a Photographer is present ar' oonstantly occurring in and around Bendigo and the North and North-Westerni', Districts, in every part of which the "BENDIGONIAN" ciroulates. Agricultural Shows, Sports Gatbenngs, Bazaars, etc., all form good subject. for reproduction, whilst we 'always desire to be first on the spot with illustra tions of floods, washaways. aooidental happenings, eto.. -Photos. of Events that are more than one week old are of very little use.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ThMchlihe is really Kiflhtv Aclhc. The1 'ache comes.; from thl KXidnieys, ý%,Aizi I lie st b~i'citlti theC s-m iaof till i back. -W h~n the bar,k], .s~i and Il. -W elle t, richi ?k if rou' turn, ~zifI~'lV r b~i~ l~ Iei :-it: burus, wit h 'i br-i'u1-"he ad kepjý you' awake, )Ar4'zill 'whe. anc. ha 11, the. niiCvht -;-ihouPl you c311"iot, ibnd ~viho C1 tab 1 :ke l t! body,'' -6 1l·I I ll. v -,iin in;·Lnrs~ mn~ oivcour kideys ",kihr.1p au nc it I''clio and tone' i . i,ýto tyt he,*- ir~lii 'i-.nltl i kegvcs, iud so cure the cau ,sof rickacl& BACKACHE CUQTRE D. -Mrs.a r Cox. -StorekeeperL Nclsoii-reet" Qaliforn Crl~Bdigo, says:- C Flo With .1 zl.,h I- si i.ed b ~ it b .c6ah 1. rcndacbes d .-ind diu Ini godery ttc'lS lceiu a t lncr t tild bem c lhch get abou a lly'.it; I ~,uil v~er a, i curci. asIli' sei~ -nn s.ncuc Nlt~i-.ouiL ob ir my ,ii 'as .a ' coase :of t-Doia Irs' lac d icli" 1 u1 ~' 600t65s of t s ewbnderfhl: Iis ctidti i ee itilcr 'Wtit h 1.&ckd- he- -.1~ a the" ]...
COUNTRY FIRE BOARD. ANNUAL MEETING. Queenscliff, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
COUNTRY FIRE BOARD. .ANNUAL MI'ET"ING. Queenschlf, 24th Februpry. The annual i'eeting of the Country Fire _rirades' Bloard was held at the Grand I?otel tl.i~, nternoon, .,her. tlle following n helbers were -present:-Messrs. M. Chel iwv /Ipresident), Andrew, Walker Casey. lavertvy, ICusscll, Grose W. Wallace, anna tle secretary (Mr. Stevens). The chief ,flicer (MJr. darshalll) also attended. The board arriivcd at miaday by the ex cuision steAmer Weeroona. During" the rnyagŽ down the bay meetings of the ac cidelt and ir'hi flunl committees were ).eld, at which an -aids;ually large number of aci:idents, both at fires and practices. .vere reported, inclhding a serious case it Clurltorn. At the genrerail meeting, which was heldi ,n camera,, the newspaper representatives were :nformed that a letter had been re ceived, from the U nder-Treasurer, notifying the gazettal of three new fire brigades trider the control of the board, viz., Wen douree Trentham and Woomnelang. Railwa;ty and other a...
THEN YOU'LL REMEMBER ME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
T?HIEN YOU'LL RLEMEMBER ME. A New York lawyer named Gesoheidt, forherly a member of Tammany Hall, has ieft 'in his will a beluest of £30,000 for the purpose of establishing a free distribution of bread to the poor, on condition that every loaf so distributed mus-t be ?stam~ied with. his' name.
ENTOMBED IN MINE. SEATTLE (Washington), 24th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ENTOMBED IN MINE. , SEATTILE. (Washington), 24th' Feb. A remarkable story of the rescue of' an entombed miner has been received from Franklin, in.. this State. It appears that a week ago "'Mike" Babanski,. a miner, was imprisoned in a .: mine there by a cave-in. Rescue parties set to work at once, but after struggling for a, week withopt avail they abandoned Babanski as dead. That nighlit' his jyife ' dreamt. that she 1ieard heri husband's voice calling her, and directing her where he. was imprisoned. She told 'the 'rescue workers of her dream next day, and urgeda ' on by her, story, they made a search in :i the direction indicated by the vision. The : dream came true, for Babanski was found alive at the spot, and he is now. reover- - ing rapidly from the effects of, his t-er rible ordeal. . A new estimate of the earth's age has recently been given by Professor William 'Mobrris Davis. F'or the usually accepted one hlindrile million years he estimates - sixty millioni, based on an ex...
"HOW THE WORLD IS CHEATED." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
"~HoW TT WORLD Is CHEATED.'" Eight lnindred and fiity persons wh6o assembled in the thCatre at, Halle, Trussia to witness a comedy. entitled "'I-ow the World is .Cheated," had to disperse with out seeing the ilay, the travelling comlpany iviiich wvas to have produced ih having Sabsconded 'ith the whole of the boolking receipts.