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LADY ON THE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

LADY ON ?THF BECH. : In a case, at BiErtminugham County "Court, on tho 20th Januo.ry, which. concerned the fit of a costume, Judge Amphlett inLvited one .of. the ladies connected' with t1he court to s~it. with him, Lear the evidence, and see the costumde worn.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES' SWIMMING CARNIVAL. Y.W.C.A. EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

LADIES' SWIMMING CARNIVAL. ,; T.W.C.A. EFFOriT. Tlie accommodation at the ladies' baths?: :was severely taxed on Wednesday last, on the occasion of the ladies' swimming carni. val held pnder the auspices of the Young 2 :Wonie'n's Christian Association. An excel-. lent programnme was carried out, and seve ::i'al of the competitors gave a skilful exhibi. t:;.iont of swimming and diving. The only d'lawbickl was the lack of suitable accom i:iiiodation for the aInrge number of people .whol attended. Next year the association i:ilvhill ~ hao to consider the advisability of ".holdiiig its earnival at the new gentlemen's baths if it wi.hes? to provide adequate ac :commodation ?'or .those who patronise it. :The ~gross receipts amounted to £15/7/, and 'lthe expenses vore £5, leaving a profit of about £10. This is highly creditable. " The carnival was opened by the Mayoress (MIrs. Andrew), ivho was introduced by' Cr. Ross. In his introductory remarks, Li. :Ross thanked ll those who had assiste...

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AXEDALE LAND TRANSACTION. CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. QUESTION OF AGREEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

AXEDALE LAND TRANSACTION. CLAIM FOR COMMISSION. QUESTION OF AGRE?MlENT.' 'An interesting cace was hleard in the City Cuurt oil 23ra utt. ovetore alesebrs. ). Berriman, P.M., and J. W. Faul, J.2?.. when Philip Anton Adrian Mueller sued Victcor Allen Deane, a farmer, residing at Axcdale, for .£50 for work and labor dor.e between 13th and 19th April, 1913, iu ii .troducing defendant to Messrs. Spencer, Vains and Co., auctioneers, etc.-, and "ren. ing up ncgotations ior the purchase by defendant of certain land at Axedale, for which work defendant promised to pay plaiu tiff .50 it ,lelendant purchaCd the land, which land defendant did lurclhase oi :30th .April, .91l3. Mlessrs. L. J. Lturp1hy and I'. Cohen a:ppeared for the plaintiff, anid t'ir John Quick for defendant. MIr. M'lurphy aid the facts, when nam-. .narised, amotnted to this:-lDeane asc~eu: Mueclier to introduce him to the ahictionee?;e for the nurchase of the farm,. and pro mised hin a conumission of £50 if the sale 1Vg8 corn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

MPORT ER Of AIR BEDS and CUSHIONS, ENEMAS, SILK ELASTIC STOCKINGS, BANDAGES, GALVANIC BATTERIES, ABDOMINAL BELTS, TRUSSES. And SURGICAL APPLIANCES GENERALLY. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. Forwarded Post Free. ORDERS BY., POST Promptly Attended To and Despatcled on Day of Receipt. BRANCH PHAR MA Y, 111 COLLINS STREET.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

~~161\t~B&9~D1 - 8~-P" ^n6( ned ow._woiovery the P1M IF': YzOU' WANT FURNITURE ON IEX ISHING PROBLEM, 6 for from now out, TENDED TERMS, COME TO MYER'S. YOU C ANk GET FROM MYER'S JUST WHAT YOU WANT. and pay WHERE THE PLAINLY-MARKED cr it when it is most convenient to you. CASH PRICE WILL BE QUOTED. TEN PER CENT. ONLY ABOVE MYER'S CASH PRICES (WHICH ARE PLUS 10 PER CENT.. WHICH SARKED ON THE GOODS .IN PLAIN SHOULD LEAVE NO DOUBT IN YOUR FIGURES) IS ALL THAT WILL BE &SKED FOR EASY EXTENDED MID A T THE FRNESS rERMS. TRANSACTION. JUST AS MYER'S CASH PRICES COME IN TODAY AND SEE WHAT REAVE BECOME A STANDARD BY WHICH FAIR VALUES ARE JUDG- WE CAN DO FOR YOU. WE PROMISE ED, SO WILL MYER'S EASY TERMS YOU WILL FIND THE VALUES EX BE RECOGNISED AS AN EXAMPLE OF FAIR DEALING CEPTIONALLY GOOD. MYER'S, Pall Mall and Williamson Street, Bendigo.

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INSPECTION BY THE PUBLIC. Melbourne, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

..INSPE'CTION 7B TH-E PUBTLIC. . elbourne, -2gth February. .The :: .essels coomprisin . the Australian Navy werie nlspectid b"y a large crowd of rpeople at Port ·lMellonr:ie to-diay. On Sun da..'y tho hoie- o: t;he ,essels including the flaagsliip, Aiisiralia, whicha l is standing. out in tlhe lbay, will he: open to the 1)ibliw. ··This aftotinooi Admiral Sir George PF fey and nineof f??e other principal offi-: Qcl's of tlhe fleet, were entertained by the:: Victoirian GoCvernmnent at :State Parliamenit Hoise Amiongst those present;, \rre Mr.-.' .TJo..eah Cook, MIr. 'Davies (Piresid~ent of .t he LTogislative Council), Sir .Brank Miadden (Speaklei of the Lo?islativo Assembnly) and. Mr. I l?slie (leader of t he State Oipposi tion). iD uiring the "afternoon- the officers:. weire also welcomied byi the :Lord MaySor: (Cr. Hen. nessy). ? At this fundction; tihe naval aind militairy staiffs were piresent, together with the Prime Minister (Mir. Coo) and tle Pi'e mlier (Mi'. W'att)? :Surgeons ...

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MINES OF FIRE. IVANHOE MINE. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE. 400 MEN RENDERED IDLE. Kalgoorlie, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

MINES ON FIRE. IVANHOE MINE. CONSIDEfRABLE DAMAGE. -, S400 MEN RENDERED IDLE. Kalgoorlie, 24th February. Early. this m-lorning one of the most ex tensive fires seen on the g'oldfields for a considerable time occurred at the- maiu shaft of the Ivanhoe mine, with most seri ous tempprary consequences to the mine itelf and to the community. The Ivanhoe hIas only one hauling shaft, which the fire lhas lput ouit of action for several weeks, and the loss to the company by this en 'fcrcd cessation of operations, together with the loss of, say, three weeks' vwages ;or 40)0 men. will run into many thousands of pounds. The. fire soon had the whole (A. tile ore-breaking plant in its grip. For tuinately, the wind was from the south, and ?,ss:ted the firemen in thlelr endeavors to coifiine the flames to the ncrth-east corner (if the building. Two floors of the crush mng station, torethier with the lanlding plat forni above, were. practically demolished, aind the north-east poppet legs were dam ag...

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LORD KITCHENER IN DANGER. ATTEMPT TO WRECK A TRAIN. PARIS, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

: LORY KITCHENER IN DANGER. ATTF1''T QTII PT TO WR;ECK A TRAIN. PARIS, 25th February. h' ll?'r-Petit. Jolrnl?" sta'tes thllat an at :tenpt, was reci~ntly mande to wreck a train :,eonveyinc Lord Kitchener and his guests to Sth e , inieh racecourse. Several heavv p?ieces of timber were laid across the tracke S:at a lsharp turn near the Pyramids. The :driver i~ith difficulty averted a disaster. " l ixe Khedive's brother and the members Sof: the diplomatic corps were also on 'the train.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

Lithe Gracefulness The secret of Graceful Poise and Beauty of Figure, com bined with Comfort, lies in a properly designed and cor rectly fitted Corset. These essential features are all embodied in the Celebrated ROYAL "P.D." RUSTLESS CORSETS, which, in addition to adding an exquisitely graceful sweep to the figure, and moulding it into the true lines demanded by Fashion, provide the utmost comfort always. Even the snuggest fitting "P.D." has a desirable and most delightful freedom from pressure on bust and diaphragm. Ask your Draper to show you the New Models of these Famous Corsets. Royal ED. Rustless Corsets BEVAN AND MARTYN, TRAVELLING PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARE PREPARED TO VISIT ALL COUNTRY CENTERl O?OIIRY WEDDINGS A SPFOIALTY. ?ZRMANNT A DDAIAP - 10 View- street, Bend1gf The playing of Mischa Elman, the great Russian violinist, is said to possess a cer tain quality that can only be compared ?with a similar quality in the voice of Caruso. There are certain golden tones wvit~ an indescri...

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TARRENGOWER, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

TARRENGOWER, 2nd Mareh. A communication has been received by the hhn. secretary of the local school com mittee from the Education department, stating thatl tenders vwould be called for the erection. of a new State school at Tar rengower shortly. A fire broke out at Mr. Jns. Oliver's fnarm on Tuesdlay and destroyed about 40 acres of grass and stubble; also a quantity of valuable timber. The fire was started by some woodcarters usinq explosives for splitting firewood. Tgvo haystacks owned by Messrs. M'D~rmot and Treloar, wezo saved.

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KOONDROOK, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

OONDIROQK, 2nd March. * The annual meeting of the- Barham branch of the Farmers and Settlers' Association was held on Saturdaiy. Tlhe balance-sheet, show. ing a credit of .£61/1/9, was adopted. The election of officers for -the ensuina 12 mnonths resulted as folhvs:--President, Mr. A. Eagle; vice-presidents, Messrs. G. J. Monohan and A. Hudson. Mr. Jas. Ger rand having resigned the position of secre tary, Mr. Geo. Ross was appointed to tho vacancy at a salary of £5 per annum, It was decided fo write to the Koondrook- Xerang tramway management: requesting that a weighbridge be erected at .Koon drook, as the traffic warranted it. A harvest thanksgiving service was con, ducted in St. John's Church of England, Barham, on Sunday, when the Rev. M. T. Jones preached an appropriate sermon to a good congregation.

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FOSTERVILLE, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

FOSTERVILLE, 2nd Mlarch; A meeting of parents was held at the local State school on Saturday evening to elect the new school committee. The head teacher (Mr. Stewart Little) presided. The following· were elected:-Mesdames A. Campbell and E; Cootes, Messrs. A. Camp hell, A. Hunt, W. J. Richards, M. Harring ton, and Robt. E. Miller. The -executive officers appointed were :-President, Mr. A. Campbell; treasurer, Mr. W. J. Richards; correspondent, Mr. Robt. C. Miller The Fend teacher complimented the parents upon the regular attendance of the scho lars. and im·-sesesl upon them the de sirability of keeping them at school until they obtained their merit certificates.

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LATE COUNTRY NEWS. KICKED BY A HORSE. Muskerry East, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

LATE COUNTRY NEWS. ICOKED BY A HORISE. Muskerry East, 2nd March. A severe accident befel Mr. Walter Sex ton, of Toolleen, yesterday. While try ing to catch a horse the animal lashed out and kicked Mr. Sexton just below the knee, inflicting a deep gash and exposing the bone. He was removed by his brother (Cr., J. Sexton) to Elmore, where Dr. WVil son inserted a number of stitcles in the wound. -

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

COURSING. The annual meeting of tile -ardon clubh was held on Wed{xl1esday night, Mr. B. Bryant presiding over a fair attendance. Thl'e annual reort and balance-sheet were adol:ted, and showed the- receipts to be ,£131/14/11, and the expenditure £123/ 11/10, leaving· a credit balance of £8/2/1. As hares were scarce last season, it took two days to run off each ihatch, which in curred extra expense. .The club was d.eplyl grateful to the landowners who al lowed the use of their grounds for. the meason. The election cf office-bearers re sulted as follows :-President, Mr. B. frynat; vice-presidents, Messrs. C. Calder, 1). Collard, J. Gaynor, J. Caldwell: dele ante to National Coarsing Club, Mr. J. Caldwell: treasurer, Mr. W. Bell; secre- tary, Mr. C. Aloexander; -auditors, Messrd. T. -lardig· and .T B3rown;. slilp steward, Mr. J. Brown; slhi:pcr, Mir . . Blenhiemn. (at a fee of £1 per day); judge, referred. io committee, nccordin.. to rules; commit;. Ice, Messrs. A. Grigg, IF. Iodge, J....

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COUNTRY FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

COUNTflY FIXTURIES. Delegates of No. 2 district ,representinig 22 clubs) met at M:aryborough on Friday uight, andlallotted dates for the comning. seson ;,s follbows:- April.-22nd, Swan Hill. 3Mity.--6tl andul 7th, Marylborough; 6th.7 l3irchip, LIlbert, Lake loga; 13th, St. Arnaud, Quambatook; 13th and 14th, Ben digo; 14th; i WycheproofT Watdlinm m i. 20th. Koerang, -Donald:; 21st, Keranfg, Donld:. 21st, erriwiock; l7th, Matlldon, Lala Cope Cope;' tli:h and 28th, Charlton June.-2nd and 3Md,. -Birchip 3rd ?ind. 4th, Marybonrough, Swan Hill; 3rd, Quanl- ba:ttook; 4th, .Xchepiroof ; 10th, Kerug, W?Vatch~ln; 10th and llth, Bendigo; \illth, :Berriwiloci k;15th, 16th and 17th, Donald; 17tlh, Pyramid Hill, Lalbert; 18th, Charl- ton . 22nd and 23rd. St. Arnaud; :24thl, Maldlon. La:ke Boga, Cope: Cope. Ju-ly.-lst, W?atchem, Kerang; 8th, Bir- chip. Pyramid Bill; 8th, 9th and 10tlh, ChIarlto2; 15th, Donald, Maldon, Quamba tck; 15th and 18th, Bendigo, Swan Hill; 1Cth and 17th, Wycheproof : 22nd,...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BOWLING. Dr. J. Cook TY.M.C.A.) ... ... . 3 for 9 T. P. Massey (Y.M.C.A.) ... .. .': 3; for 2o E. Hubbard (St. Kilian's) ... :.. 4 \for 28 RE. Turner (B.U. Southern) ... ... 1 for 14

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Y.M.C.A. BEAT ST. KILIAN'S. ST. KILIAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

Y.M.C.A. BEAT ST. KlL1Ai S. ST. KILIAN'S. . First Innings ... ... ... ... ... 162 Second Innings. C. Davidson, c Jorgensen, b Dr. Cook ... .. ... ... ... ... ... b G. Pellew, b Massey ... .... 8 : R. Butters, c Stringer, b, . S' assey .... .... .. : II. Cox, c sub., b Cook ... ..' 11 E. Hubbard .b Cook ... /.. .i: - ' J. f'orste-, Ilbw,, b. Massey ...: i:: :R. Richards, not out ... ... . 1 S G. Kirby, not out .. .. ... ..':: ' 0 Six wickets for ... ... . .;34, Bowling.-Cook, three for 9; -Massey, three for 25. Y.M.C.4. S,. First Innings. Hugh Glen, st. Pellew. b Caul . field .. ...... ... ...50 SJ. Elliott, c Forster, , Caulfield 0 ''J;. Hayho3v, c Watts, b" Forster 55 ' S H. Upstill b Caulfild .. . ... 27 S.D. Moore, b Hubbard ... ...... 22 - .T. P. Massey, c Cox, b Hubbard 23 Williams, c and b Hubbard ... 4 Hy. Glen. b Forster ... ... ... 1 H. Stringer, b Hubbard ... 10 Dr. J. Cook, b Forster ...... 17 * A. Jorgensen, not out ...... %.. 6 Sundries ... ... ... ... ...... ... 21 Tot...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SPORTING. cnICKL'r. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOOCITION. Probably the largest crowd of spectators which has witncssed a match in the Ben digd District ALsociation's competition for many years was present at the conclusion of the Y.MI.C.A.--St. Kilian'cs contest in the Upper-Reserve Wednesday, the seatin2 accommodation in the grandstand being almost completely taken up, whilst there was a fair assemblage round the arena. Thie game was watched with the keenest, Sinterest, and good play on the part of either the batsmen or fieldsmen was warm ly applauded. On the previous Wednes. day St. Kilian's wvere dismissed for 16 runs, whilst the Young Men lost one wicket for 26 runs. Thei not-out men of the preceding day,i Hugh Gleai and Htay. how, mad,? a good stand, and the follow. ing batsmen also showing nice form, the St Kil;an's total was passed with six wik kets in hand. Continuing their innings, *vickets fell rapidly. with the score in the.neighborhood of 200, and the last man was disposed of at...

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NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. .T. Hall (B.U. Southern), not out... ..;113 J. Stephens (B.U. Southern) ...... ...I64 -J.ý Hayhow (Y.M.C.A.) ... ...... .. 55 Hugh Glen (Y.M.C.A.) ...... ... ... :. 50

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SPANGLER—GARLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SI'ANGLERI-GARLAND. The muirriage of Mr. C. E. Spanglet. qnly sqn of Mr. E. W. and Mrs. Spangler, of Stawell, to Miss Maie Garland, eldcet daughter of tr. D. P. and Mrs. Gnarland, of the HIarp and Shamrock Hotel, Bondigo, was celebrated at the Sacred Heart Cathe dral last Tuesday afternoon by the Rev Father Tehan. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a smart costume 2 ivory crepe de chin.o over white silk. She wore a smart white pilush, hat mounted -with lancer plumes, and car. ried a shower bouquet of white tuber roses 4nd lilies, with a sprinkling of pale pink and streamers of white satin ribbon, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was at tended by her sister (Miss N. Garland) and Miss Mele Spangler (sister of the bride groom). The former wore a white s2lk cos tume with black velvet ha;t relieved with tango posies, and the latter a white crepe de chine frock and black velvet hat' with touches of tango. They carriedl bouquets of Dink aihd whit~, roses w...

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