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CARTER—DIREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

CAlTER~--DIRE'N. At 3Balranald Roman. Catholic. Chapel on the 7th January a.very pretty, wedding w, ". ce]ebrated: when Horace Airthur, sixth soyr 'f Mr. aiid MIrs Cairter,, oif Ealranald, anc Pearlic. daughter of Mir. and Mrs. TDiren: of' Corowa, were u iited 'in the holy boiid?i of' matriniony by the Rev." Father fHen. lessy. Mir. William Carter, brother of. the ,i idegroom, act$d as best man. The briile 'k1o was: given away. by Mr. John Smith looked charming in a-n princess robe: 6f ivory' ducliess sat?h; elaborately trimined withi pearl insertion and. pearl fringe,; with hbrseslhoes and 'orange blossoms and conurt t.ains: of aliquett lace ]mng from, the left shouldeir, and held in nlace with a horse 'siioe. The .veil was- embroidered with corners crowned with a, coronet of oranige blossoms. The bride carried a shower of lilies of the valley, sntwdrops and ferns. Miss Rita Direen, sister of the bride, one of the bridesmaids, wore a liandisome dress and sash of cream crepe do chin...

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NORQUAY—BURNSIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

NORQUAY-BURNShIDEl. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Presbytenan Chircli, Eaglehawk, Wednes day, when Mr. William C. Norquay, only son of Mr. and Mrs. William Norquay, of ]Koowerut, was married to Miss :Etielind Barclay Burneide, yolungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Burnside, of Simp son's-road, Enalehawk. The church was beautifully decorated by members of the choir and lady friends of the bride, and was well filled with spectators and .friends. The ceremony was performed by the. Rev. A. Irivn. Davildson, M.A., assisted by the Rev. Robt. Lewers, the bride being given away by her father. During the-ceremony the hymns,. "The Voice that Breathed O'er Eden" and "How Welcome was .the Call,' were rendered by the choir, and the ''Vedding March" was played ' by Miss Clirissie Loudon, a former pupil of the bride. The bride .was charmingly attired in a pmettv white embroidered and guipure lace frock,, and wore a beautiful hand' embroidered vei-l. She was attended by 'iss N iNorqua...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. FINLAYSON—ABRAHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. FINLAYsON-ABRAiHAM. An. interesting nuptial ceremony was celebrated at the Forest-street Metho digt Church yesterday afternoon, when Miss Volta Electr:a Abraham, fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Abraham, of "Ashburtony' Wecbstcr-strcet, Bendigo, was lnited in holy m:atrimony to Mr. IR. J. Stanley Fin !aycon, eldest son of Mr1. and Mrs. J. Fini layson, of* Walballa. The officiatiiig clergy -ian was ithe lev. S. Scholes. The chur.ii was artistically dccorated for the occasion. T'hie bride. who was given away by her father, looked meet becoming in a whito duchcs.e satin frock, with a court train and a Limerick lace.tunic. She wore the cus tonmaty wreath and veil, and a cameo necklet. the gift of the bridegroom, whilst she ,arried a posy of azaleas and water 1Ilies. The bridesmaids were Miss Floss Abraham (sister of the bride) and Miss Clarice Fidlayson (sister of the biidegroom) The. wore beautiful dresses of white em broidered crepe with Tango Swiss belts and tiny bl...

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BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION REDUCED RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

1.BENDIGO EGG-LAYrIG COMPETITION IREDUCED IIETURN. Evidentlv the cold change durinig the week affccted the hens taking par;t i tlhe 13endigo egg-laying conmpctitioi, for the return for tihe week ended 26th February showed a big reduction, colnmpare with the previous week's .tigures, the num'ber laid heing 1i14 eggs against 1201 nlast week. Timc eggs laid siuce the commenceeninnt of the colmpetition in April last year aggro gate 47,061 aggs, an average of over 1094 eggs per ,pen. , Mr. . . M'Kenzie's Leghorne made too score for the week with 35 eggs, Mr. Hall's pen being secOnd witlh :84 eggs. and Mr., HIanbury's birds third with 33 eggs. Messrs. Pope and Swift's pens ·re turned 32 eggs. The daily figures from tlhse pens were :-M'IAenzie-5, 5, 4, 6, 5, 5, 5-35. Hall--5, 4, 5, 6, 4, 5, 5---34. Hanbnr---5, 6, 4, 5, 4, 5, 4-33. Pope and Swift--, 5, 5, 5, 4, 5, 4-32. The nur?cxrs of eggs laid daily by. all-the p.ens wvere:- - 20th February, 146; 21st, 170; 22nd, 157; 23rd; 165; 24th, 158...

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TAYLOR—LAWLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

TATLOR--LAWLEY. A. pretty "wegding took;- place oin Tuesday, the 3rd February, :at 't]he Cathedral: of t?he Sacred Heart, :Bendigo, when Nora,. daughter of Mr. 'S: Lawley, lato inspector :of Victorian railways, was mar., iel to Albert;, sdn of Mr. T. Taylor,- man ager of the New Prince Iof W.Vales mine. agfflehawk. The; ccremory wiias performed by. the Rev.: 1ather Tehan, the Wedding March being .,laved byl the or-anist, Mr. Whitford. A-ter the ceremony the wedding kjreakfast was atftaken of in "St LiboriUs's Hall. Eaglchawk, the Rev. Father Tehan oresiding. The bride. who was given away hy her father, looked nost becbmin_ in a dress of· white charmcuse satin trimmed itith pearls an;d lace. She iore the cus tomary. wrc~thl and veil, and carried a pretty shower bouquet of water lilies.' The, bride was attended by Miss Ethel Lawlecy and Miss Florrie Taylor (sisters of the ?bride and bridhlgroom respcotivd).l They wore pretty dresses of white embroidered voile, with shell-pink hate and...

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SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. Mystic Park, eight for 143 (inningfl closed. Knapton 39, Beggs 36, O'Brien 24, not out. Scown, four for 41; Wright, two for 33; Blake, two for 44) heat Lake Boga, 12. (Kr.apton three for 5; Beggs, two for 5). Mystic Park and 3Bhemians are now level for first place, and a play off will take place on 6th March.

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SUNDAY SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SUNDkY SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. The second match this season between St. Matthew's and Buckley-street was corn menced at Sparrowhawk on Wednesday. Sccies:-St. Matthew's, first innings-P, Hunt, c Martin, b W. Bromley, 107; Flete cher, b Martin, 7; Rooney, c Wigley, b Martin, 1; Brown, b C. Bromley, 2; Hig man, b.C. Bromley, 20; Waterson, b Hewitt, 16; Eisfelder, c Bliss, b Griffiths, 17; A. Selisky, b W. Bromley, 4; H. White, b Griffiths, 0, Tresize, b C. Bronmly, 6; Ker nick, not out, 0; sundries, 9; total, 189. Bowling.-Martin, two for 66; C. Brom ley, three for 33; W. Bromley, two for 36; Hewitt, one for 36; Griffiths, two for 9. Buckley-street, first innings-Scott, st. Kernick, b Hunt, 5; Martin, not out, 5; Stevenson, b Brown, 2; two wickets for 12. Bowling.-Hunt, one for 4; Brown, one for 8. The match will be concluded next Wednesday.

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B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN DEFEAT NORTHERN. B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN DEFEAT NORTHERN. B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. First Inhings .. ... ... ........ 121 B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. First Innings. W. Cook, c Penberthy, b Chain berlain ... ... .......... ... J. Alexander, b Lethlean ... 27 E. MIackay, b Lethleax ....... . 14 J. Stephens, c Chamberlain, b Turner ... ... ... ... ... ... 64 T. Hall, not out ...... ..... 113 V. Lightfoot, not out ... ... ... 28 Sundries ... ... ... ... ...... 17 Four wickets for ... ... 269 Bowling.-G. Chamberlain, one for 63; L. Lethlean, two for 69; C. Thorpe, none for 58; R. Penberthy, none for 30; J. Langdon, none for 18; A. Turner, 'one for 14.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

iNDIGESTIONi BILIOUSNESS, NER VOUS SACIDITY. lEADACHE.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

TH I CAll IL L-- 'EVOY NVE'DDINIG I The Ili idegroom Tlh * (Mv. .J. C. C~aliflII. Aks e l-THE SPENCER-KELLY WEDDI.NG PARTY. The Bridegroom ThI Bride (Mr. John Spcncer). (Miss Greta Kelly). . (Vincent Kelly, photo.) THE PITTS-M'KENZIE WEDDING PARTY- A The Bridegroom ;The Bride (Mr. G. Pitts). (Miss 3. M'Kenzie) (Vincent Kelly Pho.. :

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OFFICIALS OF THE BENDIGO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SOFFICIALS OF THE. BENDIGO FRIENDLY SOCIETIES . TOYTALT, BF.NDT(TO LOT)GGE, Mt U.10.0.1 Back Row.--Left to Bliglit:i T. C. .-Br. r cher, N:G., T. Hewett, Trustee, J. Thomas, 7rustee, R. A Barlow, Trustee. Second ?,ow: 11. Jones, \W:rden, D. DiTrward, u.S., J. Tully, L.S., F. A. Durward, . ; "tant Secretary, H. Bracher, L.S. Front .ow.-G. H. Scarborough, Auditor, M. Jalland, V.G., J; Kelly, N.G., C. J. -Kirkby, Secretary,. A. Allsop, Treasurer. '. "" ,? :i ? / , .? :.?. `: : ?i' .:-'-':.'- ? ;: " ·l: -?.!?i.:- ·:'' "- ?'i: i"I _·'::r: -;?: . ........" -~~·: -? -- I':'-,i·!:`:?: -: "-i~ ~~~ ` . -.. THU SANDHURST DRUIDS~' LODGE. U.A.O D. :L·ieft to right: J. Jose, V.A.B., J. Blokhevrrus, A.D.B., J. Johnson, J.P.A., E. Wright, A.D., S. Lee, V.A., R. Allen, A.D.B., Back Row: E. ulabbard, I.G., A. Pieper, P.A.,L. Lee, D.P., J. Yarwood, O.G. :· · . ?. . ... TIHE QUARTZOPOLIS LODGE, U.A.O.uJ Sitting (front row)-i Left. to right: J. A.. Stcwel, Secrotary, L. Lee, DI).P.; E. L. Sv.lft r.., 1 ...

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MINERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE. (Continued from page 3.) CONCLUDING DAY. Daylesford, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

MINER&' A.NUA ,CONFERENCE. (Continued from" page 3.) CONCLUDING DAY. r(From Our Special Reporter.) Dayleslord, 2dta 'ebruary. T:.e aminal miecting of the State execu tive council of the Federated Mlining Em ployes' Association, which was opened at Daylesford on Tuesdayv last, concluded. to day, when gencial business was dealt with and the election of officers took place. Palmnent by Cheque Opposed. The Bendigo delegates (Messrs. T. Hicks and W. Harris) referred to the matter of some miuers on isolated mining fields being paid by cheque. Miners who had rcentr ly joined t.e Bendigo. branch had asked them to submit the nmatter to the coun cil. It was pointed out that it was diffi cult for men to cash chlcques in isolated places, especially ni some parts of Gilpps land. A resolution was carried that cornm nanies be asked to gay men by cash, and to pIay tlihem fortnightly. Finance. Accounlts amounting to .£469 -were passed. for 1; f3"inment. Electiorr of Officers.: SMr. iT. Howes...

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COTTON GROWING IN RUSSIA. EXTENSIVE IRRIGATION SCHEME. ST. PETERSBURG, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

COTTON GROWING IN IIRUSSIA., EXTENSIVE 1RRIGATION SCHEMIE. ST. PETIRSBURG, 27th February. •The Russian Government has, prepared a Sbill embodying an elaborate scheme for the irrigation' of the Karabaghl Steppe (Trans c.aucasia). ;"It 'is proposed to treat 81,000 acres of land, which is to be devoted to cotton plan. tations. The estimated cost of thle scheme is '·."1,000;000. :

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RURAL LABORERS. WAGES AND HOUSING. MR. BONAR LAW'S VIEWS. LONDON, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

RURIL LABORER. WiiAGES AND HOUSING. " MR. BONAR LAW'S VIEWS. ? :· LONDON, 27tn February. M·Ir. Bonar Law, leader of the Unionist party, wats interviewed to-day by a deputa tion of ifarmers in regard" to the movemnent to improve the conditions of agricultural laborers. The Opposition leader, in his reply, said that some:means must be found to place the wages of laborers on a proper basis with as little State interference as possible. Simi. larly, he thought, in regard to the hous ing of rural workers the State should only intervene when private enterprise failed.

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THE RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

. . 'THE RAINFALL. S:drier! month than that just concluded has been eexperienced in Bendigo for over five years, only one point being registered at the East Bendigo Observatory. Since Janu ary, 1909, only twice has the month's rain fall been less than 10 points, in January, 1913, when 5 points fell and in February, 1910, when 6 points were recorded. In Feb ruary. 1913, the rainfall totalled 375 points, resulting in serious floods in various parts of the district. February, 1911, has the dclis tinction of being the wettest month in the last five years, the rainfall for that month being 841 points, on which occasion the low lying parts of the city and district were also inundated. The single point registered last month fell on 8th February Thie rainfall bor each ?nonth since January, 1909, as ap ponded-: Month. 1919 191n 1911 1912 19i3 1914 January ...... 138 167 175 10 5 24 February ... 97 6 841 44 375 1 3March ... ... 177 345 178 37 290 - Auril....... ... 168 15 18 18 133 - JMa' .. ...

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RAIN-MAKING. TESTS BY WIRELESS EXPERT. Melbourne, 28th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

RAIN -MAKING. TESTS BY WIRELEE S EXPERT. M:'elbourne, 28th Februaiay. It is understood that - the Common iwealtiwviriroless telegraphy expe.t;. (Mr. 'J. ,G.° BIlsille): has been privately conducting exlperiments on rain-making. It has been Sstated tlihat two tests conducted in the vi cilality of Melbourne had been successful. Not :particulars of the experiments can be obtained, in view of more extensive tests that ~will be carried out later. Federal Ministers interviewed said that they had heard th'at Mr. BI3alsile had some schem: in regard to. rain-inaking, but they- iuder stood.. it' .was of a, pivats ::nature, and theirefo;e :they had nothig to ipay. on the subject. Miss Madge M'Intoslhli will be ai11 reinembered in AIusti;iaha, vas recertly 7,: , Searin?: in a- tihree-act cmcedy, 'ed :yIf \ti Had Onilvy iiiowin," adt the London Queeni' The authori of the phayn is lingis Alie, who is ai grandson .of: I ?ouglas Jerr .ld :aiei dis1Lays not 1 alittle uf 4,be wit and imnior of his fa...

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VIEWS ON THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

VIEWS ON THE GIPPSLAND LAKES. A SI.CTION OF TH'IE 3BACKWAiTERS OF T'IIE LAKES FROM TEIE TOWERI AT OCEAN GIRA:\NGE. ANO'1'TER VIEWV'FIIOM ''ll O'W'\V].?l AT\'. OCEAN GRA:\NGE, SHOWING TIHE NA\RIRO' STRIP OF LAND SEPARATING THE LANEI'S F:O:i 11-HE OCEAN, AND ALSO U VINI A GLIMPSE OF TIlE NINETY MILE BEAC--H. THE TOWER AIT 'OCLANi GRAN GE, FROM WHICH PANO{AMITC VIEIWS OF, TIE LAKES M~AY BE OBTAINED. Photos, S. Vogt, Bairnmdale.: .

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THE LADIES SWIMMING CARNIVAL, HELD AT THE LADIES' BATHS, BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

MISS JEAN MACKAY. WVinner of the Open Championship Race. (Photo by IC. Whie.' THE MISSES AMY TATLOR (aged 14 years) and ISABEL TAYLOR (aged 11 years), who have attended sclhol for periods of 7- years and 6j years respectlvely, with -out missing a day. Both are scholarsi at: the S.S.' Jiuorton, and daughters of Mr. Robert Taylor, of that district. :The; de partment's certificate has b een u raint tlhem for regular attendance'.: Phhto. by D..Ros:; : THE LADIES' SWIMMING CARNIVAL, HELD AT THE LADIES' BATHS, BENDIGO. VIEW OF THE LADiES' BATHS D UJI 4i ci V. (Cyril White, phot.;)* GROUP OFCOMPE I THE MAfCORNA BRANCH A .W.N.LJ Back Row.--?rs. r V. S. S:owairt, M?-s. yI, tt .Lrs. I. \\is~hlrt, Mrs. P. Sj:owart" MIrs. Lc-ocock, M?s. Beard. Standidlg.- Mrs. Wi\shalut Mrs. S. lichar~don. M.s Wade, Mrs. J. Peel, Mrs. Wakeman, Mrs. B. Lo'g, Mrs. iThn --.erl.nd, " Mr. ""•. Proth oro; Sitti Mrst.-3r. A. is' hat, [rs. M. Darvel (sccretary). Mrs. J ';,H . Cough <(president, Atrc W. lraml...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

When siff. shiny, white linen is required, the Starch that must be used u Colman's A hundred years of almoft universal use testify to its excellence.

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EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. The results of the leadin . pens in the thild egg-laying ' competition being con, ducted at the 3Burnley School of Horticut. ture for tile week ecded Friday, 20th February, 1914, were as follows: To : Owrer. , .Breed. Week. Date S;I. ,G0ill ...:. . W. ... 27 1445 Mfloiitz ]ros. ... ... W.L. ... 29 1343 C:: J. ,Beatty.... ."V.L... ,25 1342 E H. f'ride ... . ;L. ; 31 1337 Thirkell and Smith W..L. ;28: 1325 J. S. Spotswood ... .W.L ..i: 24: 1322 - WV G. Swift ... ... W.1 ... 31 331b H M'Kenzie ... ... W.L .. 30 3303 r. A. Pettigrove ... V L,. 30 1290 C B. Bertlesmeicr WV.L .::; 32 1283 G W. Robbins ... W.L. .': 34' 1283 Eggs Daily.-14th February, 202; '5th. 229; 16.It,1. 217; 17th, 219; 18th. 222; 19th, 220; 20th, 214 Tota', 1523.

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