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THE INQUEST. Boort, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
THE INQUEST. Boort, 2(ih .ebruary. 'The dist;rict coronor (Mr: F. Pennefauther, 'P.M.'.) held an l'iuest at the courthouse •o-dty touchini" the d4cntls of Mr. Sydney Oswald Coutts, grazier, and George Ap pleby, station cook. lames A. Lackmnann gave evidence of identification of the body of Mr. Coutts. Jlui Christic, who was in the employ of Mr. Coutts as groom, etc., deposed that he :and Mr. Coutts left Longview Station at . 11 "0 a.m. on Tuesday,. and drove to Bort:. They put up at the Royal Ex .change 'Iotel. While there, 'Appleby, whe . was employed as cook dind laborer at the station, called with another : man, and asked for drinks, but .was 'refused. After wards he obtained two drinks and created a disturbance. 'Witness refused, to drink with Alplebv, who thercupon u'ed insult ing language to ]him. Latdr on Appleby and Mr. Coutts had an argument about Spayment of a week's wages to the .former, as' he intnded to ?go to Melbourne. In thel course ,of the argument Aplpleby said, "I...
MURDER AND SUICIDE. A BOORT SENSATION. MR. OSWALD COUTTS SHOT DEAD BY STATION COOK. SUICIDE OF THE MURDERED. A COLD-BLOODED AND DELIBERATE CRIME. Boort, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
, MURDER AND SUICIDE, A i B: OORT ~fNS AlONSTIO. I t .oSWALD, COT o.UTTS..snoT DEAD : BY SITATION COOK. : " SUICIDE OF· .THE. MITRDEIRER. . AC -, .COLD-BLOODEID AND . DELIBE1RkATE CRIME. l:.oo; ..i3-'. ) oort, 24th Febriuary. S.i ule. a. gloomit Was cast over, the town ::::aind istridt' to-day wlhen it becane. knowvn S, : that Mr. :Oswvld o: oittts, son of: 'Mr. Robert. - Coiitts;, the: wvell-known .:graer, '"of::Loi.ig .,View Statioin, had been sho8t dead' by t!he ,. sta'tion' cook, i?\ihose name is iiknokwn, with *. sinfile-juarrelled ,gui. The rcook told Mri. .Coutt;, th'it hle would leav. und. go: to M:-el blourine, by .the excisio01i, t?ra?ii leainLg .JR3ooart to- chy. . . , Coutts, juniMt .o. said. c ihel :ni:"uldc deduct a week'e? wages if tihe. cook Sdid not give the usual notice: :Both then :amie irito town and still argued the point. Mi .'.Coutts' would. not settle iunideri. an. "other conditions.: W'hen -Mr. Coitts re turnedr- with] his cgroom, the. cook sai?d ·co :ivoutl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
Assisted by occasional use of Cuticura Ointment. Cilutligra Soap and Ointment aro sold througllout the world. A liberal sample of each, with 32-page Skin BDok, sent post-Iree. Address 11. Towns & Co., Sy lney, NM S. W. The BEST Engine or Machine may COST a little MORE at. the outset, but long before it is done with it will have proved itself MUCH THE CHEAPER. One of the most Familiar illustrations of this Truth is Hornsby Manufactures which are of the Highest Grade, especially Renowned for Lasting Qualities and Absolutely Economical. Oil Engines, Stationary and Portable Petrol Engines, Stationary and Portable It is easy, to forget what. you paid for a Good Engine but the Cost of an Inferior Engine is ever on ' your memory. __ Hornsby's Gas Engines and Suction Gas Plants Highest Qyaiity. Greatest Efficiency. The Standard of the World. On Top for all Power Purposes. R. HORNSBY & SONS LTD. Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane YOFk MAY REST A&SURED that Beecham's Pills...
A SIMPLE LINEN BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A SIMPLE LINEN BLOUSE. This very .imple and daintily useful blouse of sapphire-blue linen should be a welcome pattern for the holiday girl, for it is an easy and becoming model to copy. It has a deep collar and cuffs of white hem rl stitchied .lawn, finished with soft frills of the same lawn. The box pleat in front is Rtitchel on eifther s;ide, and has buttons of bhlack bone or black velvet covered. The hrlt is of black -ritetit leather, and a prefty flat bow of bladk velvet finishes the collar very nicely.
A GIRL'S SEASIDE FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
. A GIRL'S SEASIDE , ROCIK. Tlhii ·s -n exceding!y useful and. charlm i1gly p]'rtty little frock for a young girl's seasicde lolilay wear, and the pattern ought to provo an immense favorite. It is realied in "natural" hnd dark-blu+ hollao id, icnd the effect of the two com bined Friihaes- is excellent. The little but tonRed :tinIderdress" of natural hollaiid has n blube suede: buckled belt, and tlhe wecll Sti?: tinaic isý of ite blue. Tlhe ciffs and collar': ro emblroidered in- rd, and thcer, :.- 'nl'o" 'iEct ahcd a smart little velours hat.
A BATHING GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A I3ATHIING GOWN. lThoun?lh 'many women, I know, prefer to hl;y tlicir ibathing gowns ready-made, I inuat eonfeCs -tC. a strong predilection for taeo homne-made article. Of course, the ready-made affair looks quite smart and pretty· before it is worn, and appears sur urisinglv cheap. But look at it when it has been worn a few times; where is the smart. nes?- Tlihe material has shrunk, the color has probably run, and in many cases the sewing has given way in places. For really hard use.?, arid especially for the swimmer's wear, the bought garment cannot compare . with the home-made article. For less than the price of thl ready-made affair one can huv vastly superior material anid trim minos which T-:ill keep their color and look nice when the ready-made bathing gown is a liopeless rag. And the making is sufch an easy Miiatter ~that even the veriest tyro need' not be daunted by it. The most inex perienced: amateur, provided that she can sew. .can_ t?uirn out a completely satisfactory ...
DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
DYSPEiPxTICS NIDA) NPT DIET.?. A SIMPLE MEANS OF. PRE~VENTING' .FOOD FERMENTATION. :Food formentbtion is the cause of all, tho discomfort and pain dyspeptics suffer, It does not necessarily follow, fowever, that in. Sorder to obtain relief ney must deny them selves the enjoyment they derive from eat ing 4-aaNled indigestible luxuries. . The most satisfactory method of overcoming the difficulty would be to prevent the fermenta tion from occurring at all, and this cag be done by a very simple means. It must first be explained that most of the foods we eat contain a certain quantity o, acid forming elements, and indfgestible foods, of course, contain a larger proportion. When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stomach, and causes the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fermenting'food 'also gives oft gas which distends the stomach, caus. in· that full, uncomfortable feeling so ofteu noticed after eating. The root of the t:rou. ble is the acid f...
A VISIT TO THE HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A VISIT TO THE HOSPITAL. (By "Signa.") It was Thursday,g and the wards were f'll of visitors, a general air of bustle pervaded the place, and was afterwards succeeded by as marked a state of tran quility. A visitor is struck by the large brighlt garden and the seclusion of the hos. pital, which stands in the centre of 'the property. The dispensary is like most dis pensaries, with tiers of bottled chemicals, scales, books, etc., and a cool atmosphere. The outstanding characteristic of the whole buildiiig is .its coolness and wide spaces. The out-patients' room is fitted with benches, and leads to a small room, •where the resident doctor receives the pa. tients during consultation hours. Walking straight down the passage from this room, one comes to the, operating ~theatre. An,operation had been performed a few minutes previously, and the air was still 'pervaded by the odor of an anaes thetic. ' The opoerating table consists of two narrow sheets of thick glass inclining to. wards the ...
LARGEST VESSEL IN WORLD. LONDON, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LARGEST VESSEL JN WORLD. LONDON, 26th February.: The mammoth White Star liner Britannic was launched to-day from the yards of iMvksrs. Harland and Wolff at Belfast. [The Britannic has . tonnage slightly 1. excess of that of the Hamburg-Amerika liner Impcrator (52,000 tons), and she is therefore the largest vessel in the"world. The, Britaj'nic will be similar to the Olym ,pic in nearly every way. Whereas in the past it used to be considered sufficient if a vessel could float with two of her water tight compartments flooded, the new steamer, like the Olympic, will be able to float with any six of her compartments pierced."
THE NEW COATEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
TENEW COATEE. , We 'ni.:ao 'all !taken very kindly to the ew I coaced, and it is being :worn a grea' deal li?t how. It is a, very dainty coni p"letion to: 'th, ftcri:oon.: costinme thait is S.¢r.ervet for ra tlcr smarter wear than: the ordinarv r vwalking occ:sion. 'The sketchL shows a chltrmiung little Coa6t of pale brown tussore \rhicch .Iposesses picturesque. revers,. cufft and b?otk o black stntini. 'The revers'. .:md cuffa; arce daintily frilled with whito lawnli. Tlhe skirt suggests somewhat of ai inovel:y, ~as it is in walki:ng length, and i iple.ted in front. It is of a dcep cream ,epourve: cloth, anad .looks very well with this S itr iticaulr: co:itee. .Tie plretty lh;i slhowil " l so hasi a. black saitin crown ane a dolibln Sbilm of deep creanm lace. A soft black feathlri appel:ars at the back.
A PRETTY AFTERNOON BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A PRE'1TI'Y A13'TEJNOON BLOUSE. N?othilng could be mnore becoming and suitable for vwesr with a alirt ofsome soft matorini ri~nd hnrmnioniuig color~~~i ti~n tis p3ictuiesquea .Wde1. in staxc-bliio ~rada~edi Hilk- 'The yoke alnd ppuffed sleeves have :n old-world air that is very charming, and a Meidici collar of fine cream lace rises behind' the soft little vest of gathered .crecini chiffon The sleeves are frilled withi chiffon, and there are dainty little crystal buttons in: frollt of the vest.
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER ,Ri MOTHERS AND DAUGIH'ERS By MADAMJE ROSI?. Tust oddo and uends of fashiohi are being tonrsidered. nowV-a new dress here a fewV bloused, an idea for a holhday-looking hat. ete. The best way for most of- uo to consider fuelsiona is to see them worri, anid I rhave eom across several charming new ideas just lately wihich have cheered me 'up con'iderably 'in thes duill days .when tho makers of fashions are all on holiday. S ome of the new tweeds destiied for autumn wear are quito charming, both in color and tcxture, Several shades of lovely ,rather pale dull greens are very becoming, and, as a changc from the saxe-blue of which we are :little wreary, come some beautifu! soft "periwinkle": blues, and blueCy greys und blues with a tinge of purple in ttcm. ."Hoevey color" is a cliharmiung shadoe.i,, tweeds; and immensely becoming, and . might add that twilled ,.~ergo? is a new and hard-wearing weave.
DELEGATES ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
DIMOELEGATES ENTERTAINrD. Thlie confe'rence ?ladioircled 'at 4 p.m. m aiild thie delegates: were driven to -Jubilee Lake In the eveniig th? delegates were:: enter-. tained at 'a smoke social by the:. Dayles ford branch: The 1resident (Mr. A •Nichollst dresided, .and a number of toasts was submitted. "I intserviewed Andrew CGarnegio in: Brus sels;' said a newspaper corresponidnt ;:::'the great little mnian talked, of course; about peace. He told me ~that peace must :be preached gently,, affectionately Your can never convert people by. enraging them. You can't fight -for peace. He said a peace advo cate of the fiery. virulent bitter school made 'a speech one night at a banquot in Pitts burg, and when he'd finished an old man shook him .by the hand and said: 'That was. a fine speech, sir.' 'Thnnk . Clad you like it.' 'Yes,' 'said the old man, 'L? lIked it first' rate, but, excuse, me, sir, wha? are yett , for-hpnce or war? "
THIRD DAY. Daylesford, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
S D:t:.)?')'D-;:. iylesfordil, 26th Februairy ...... ;ilhe · Junual mceting of the State exee d Cs tive'eoifizil of the federated .Miig Ema. .. jiloyc ~ Asotssocition of Australia was non.- . tinueid toi daLy, when two sessions were held -: Alte iition of Rules. = -Moshi of t:f.:he day wias occupied in deal??l . l ing witl proposals submitted. by the: brmaciies?ft forialtirations ini th ridules Te h Bendigo 'branch. moved the follow, n in-g"Alberatinio to: rile. 08, general rule .Delete ;1i woi'ds ifter 'steward: in thirdl lihe:to ::docality -in fiftlh line, :and insert:-: the ifollowing -!'To shcw.:itlihey, are fihancial .": mneribersbut it slhall :bI ptionhl whcther te;y pimy i:yilto that? brIanch; or still con tiuie p'yiii'p into thei, :branchi from the- - localitty "in whlich the t~! lcf.'" e niotioni wvas lost. This" propos l: ahs the ouitcome of th? troublei: recently experienced by IMessrs. .Thomnas: a.nd Argayle who left Ben dico -and went to work at Gaffney's CSeek, and who...
SERPENTINE ANNUAL RACES SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. Inglewood, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
;SUEPENTINE ANNUAL RACES SUCCESSFUL EFFI'ORT. - ' Inglewood. 2Uth February. SThe annual race and sports meeting n:'ld in Messrs. Coutts Bros. paddock at Serpen tine yesterday in aid of the Inglewood and Bendigo hospitals was largely attended by district visitors and many representatives from Bcndigo, Ingle wood, Bridgewater. Powlett, Salisbury, and all the surrounding districts. The gathering was in every re spect successful, and those upon whom the burden of the day fell are to be com plimented on the satisfactory result or their efforts, and also on the capable and energetic manner in which the programme .was carried out. Fromni a spiorting point of view the meeting was' particulariy gratifying. Large fields were the rule, and punters were favored by the favorites "get-' Iting home" in almost every instance. Pro tests, however, were numerous, and re iried nmuch attention from the protest co iinittee tlie decisions of which appea'rca t .?.e twith eneral approval. W.\orker.?,s th'ib...
ROADS AND BRIDGES GRANT. ALLOCATION OF VOTE. Melbourne, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ROADS AND BRIDGES GRANT. A. LLOCATION OF VOTE. Melbourne, 25th February. The'allocation of the Public Works Vote, which totals', 24,050, was completed to-day. They include the following grants:--A voca Shiir---Towards maintenance of main roads ?id -bridges, ý£125, council to expend £125 additional. - Bet Bet Shirc-Towards .:main tenaince of roads to railway station, 4£100, council to exipend .-£100 additional. Borunng Sliie--Towards &lt;various roadworks, £-X150. couilcil to expleid *...75 additional. Carip. irook]3oirolughl---Towalrds :itxaillteihnl '; . of: n ain rboadi ,50, iouncil tt expeuid 150 adl ditioimal.; Catlieniie ,6rough Towl ds ,ia inteii iuce? f u viain ro?ids .£50 .'e :co strution if; biidge leadin ; to ' :aill ' way. tatibn, i 50 I :rc-cinstr?ictioni of foot bid iaier wooln - 2i1 nills ;-5o couinihilto· >ex d £· ? 2 a5; ddi tioli. Ch11ialt o: Sli ar. i etal li.in inri d, u led ro ailway stationi, ,250, council ito expenid- £250 addition:il Clihe.ton- Borc...
SECOND DAY. Daylesford, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SrCORD DAY. Daylesford c5th Febru'1ry. [ 'The ·:nillual executive ::council ::of / tlhe: cder ited Mining flEmpyes Associatitizi wai:: contiffiued to-day undei.; tlDe piresidency't -of 'r. iT Howest The ?reateripart of te day was occupiede iln hoirinog.explanationci. by lthe secretary': f 'thbc :fedeatiodii (Mr.: J,. t. Little) concerning the :positlon: of :the:: federc;tiouni thl' ptfin'cial• obligatiois of .the differeint Sates;:, nd tthe attitiiddo; adpte?e.t it regarid t the difceulties of -bramuches, p-s t'ticul-.ry!j". the strikes ' at: B3eindigo : andli 13ea uffor n on the .on-unn questio. MR. LI¶ITLE~ INTPRVIEWED M:?r. Little, interviewed subsequiently,1: said lhe had attended the council, meeting: at: tlme request of the ftate execiutive The delegates had manifested soime anxiety' in Srespect to the federation;-, andhlid: so?kghit inf6i'rmation on a pumber of: points . There · seemned to be dissaifactisfaction becanse Nei South- Wales and South Australia jd lnot;: .paiid th...
MINERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE. STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. ANNUAL CONFERENCE. Daylesford, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
··.MINERS' ANNUAL CONFERENCE.:! rST ATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. ANNUAL CON]FERENCE. · -,(ironm .Our Special Repg?tp.?r) D.v.':: :::Dlsford, 24)th -FIebri~ary. :Tire: s:coni: ?4iinnial coniferencet: of the Victorian :State ecutitive Council of the F'edratked Mining: Employes', ASsociation wais':ojpinred at DaTylesfoi'd :t'oday. The gene ral , ?resident (Mr. T. Howes) presided. Ter'ir were also present ·M.r. J. Lavers, vice resident ABallarat), Mr. T. M. Jude,- gene. rhl. sccretary, and tl:he following delegate :fioin ibranchles:-Bendigo, Messrs. T. H-licks :"Ild W-V Harris; Stawell, W. Jack:; Cres i.rick:, . Wilding 'Ballarat, S. Stallard amtd W.: Ireemnan Chiltern, J. Ferguson; -liaryborough, II. Turton; St. Arnaud, H. :Parr; lIonmebush, J. Nichol; Maldon, IH. BRyscn; W alhalla, RI. Paterson; Dayles, :ford, T. Hewitt; Malmsburyv, J.. .J. Mur ray;'. Castlemaine, 1. Bargreaves; I)Dunolly, -J. Treganowan; .Gaffney's Creek, F. Ander ion ; B,.,ringa, J. O'Denrell; Inglewood, E. Moyle; Caesili...
OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
OUR LONDON LETTER. (From Our Special Correspondent.) . LONDON 19th Janua y i There are few things--pernaps not any tbir.g-in tlhe British Museiunm of a , n?or : c'ignant huirlan interest thanz the houtruals of Captain ?Scp?tt, wh vlich on :th::e seconi almlversary "of the dead' explorer s: great achievcmentg in reachiniig the South Pole f huive been deposited at the 3uiseui? :by ilacy Scott, and iore oipen to tlhe view of;:i~the puLic. T lhe exhibit lisq bOen; pjlaced iiil t~he M anuccrivt -?omo::- It consist, of nind lairge iolumes, Gliic?h.:: wire written: elitlher i'ii board ship .o\ in n:the ,intr.i quarters, ad? thile six small .olunes uised on the sledging& jolirncys. Most iatietically initeresting Cf all the volimes::arc three of tihe smialler: 01.es, which' were carried" b- Caatain Scott. in his wallet, ia:nld Were :-oiund wvithi hli-n lwhen the searcli:.iaily Caamern unon that- tu'tl oi death i th;.e sli:.sow iin.oyeiner; 1912.: A portion of :the: diariy wlhiclh is....