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BAGSHOT. 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BAGSHOT - 27th February. SA social was tendered to Miss R. Wake man :.and Mr. J. Hayhurst on Thursday evening on the eve of their approaching marriage and departure from the district. The function was held in the Public Hall, and there was a large gathering of friends from Bagshot and surrounding district. Miss Wakeman has, among other things, occupied the position of sewing mistress at the Bagshot State School for a number of years. Cr. E. Iuckland, president of the Huntly Shire Council, who presided, spoke in eulogistic terms of Miss Wakeman's ser vices, and said, the district was suffering a. distinict'loss by her departure. After Messrs. T. Clay, R. J. Hay (Goornong), J. C. Reilly, J. and W. I-I. Clay had supplemented Cr. Buckland's remarks, the chairman, on be .half of the residents of the district, pre sented Miss Wakeman with a silver cruet and silver teapot. Mr. J. Hayhurst ack nowledged the gifts ori behalf of Mis.i Wakeman. During the evening dancing, parlor games, etc., w...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

THE ORCHARD. Hundreds of valuable fruit trees are cut out of an orchard each season because: for some reason or other they have become deo fective in general ccnstruction (says' "Ru pestris" in the "Sydney Mail"). Very often heavy-bearing trees, which have not been properly attended to at, the time when the branches .are carrying a great weight of fruit, .split ..t the junction of the main branches. To .hie mind of many growers their usefulnuss is then ended. Trees, too, owing to careless pruning of large branches, often die for many feet on one side of the liiib, :which intelrferes with the crop re turn.:i Then we have white ants attacking the ?ov?od of old and matured trees. In some or'chards will be found trees which one could, be: excused for thinking absolutely useless, but :which still bear profitable crops of .fruit.t Grow ers could easily save more than hhalf the trees they cut out owino to nmeclhnicdl defectbs if they only took a little trouble' and tnatience, and practised...

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BAMAWM. 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BAMAWM. 27th February. Mr. J.J. '. Clerg, who bronghlit' t'le' spiEneles .cictus to the dlstrict a few weeks ago ha. received word from the Customa auliorities tlhat the importation 'of ,his pi.nts has been i'reftsed. The plants have lein "in quarantire since they were seized at Mi. 'M'Clerg's residence, in Rochester West, and the owner :s very 'indignant at the turn ev'nts liave taken.-. Thle plant" nere guaranteed' to remain true to "name, and n'ct evolve spines i)n'the future; Mr. M'Clerg vill most !ikely returib 'his much talkll-of plants to California, since his re qr;et to cultivate the cactus under Govern ment supervipion has been refused:

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BURNLEY EGG-LAYING COMPETITION LATEST RETURNS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BURINLEY EGG-LAYING COMPETITION LATEST RiETURNS The' resilts of thle leadcin pens in the third .egg-?la.ying competition leing con ducted at the Burnley School of Horticul. tnre for the week ended Friday, 27th Feblruary, 1914, were as follows: Totalto O\wnei'. Breed. Wceek. Date. J. H. Gill ... ...... W.L. ... 24 146 Moiitz' Bros :. ... ... W.L.I ... 31 1374 C. 3J. Beatty .. . W.L. ..; 25 1367 :-. I-I. Bridge.... . ?W.L. ... 28 1365 'iThirkell and :Smith WV.L. ... 25 1350 J., S.:S'potswood ...-' :. ... 22 1344 .;' MI?enzie ., .. : 1W.L ... 33 1336 T. A. Pettigrove .. ,:,T . '.. 27 " -1817 -C: ,B.· Bei'tlesmeier W,,.L. ... 31 1314 E~ggs ,Daily.-21st F~blruary,. 217; 22nd, 220; 2rd, 1214.( 4th 218: 25th, 229; 26tb,

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FARM & GARDEN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

GENERAL. Chemical scicnce has demonstrated that impoverishment of the soil can be pre vented by tle aipplication of organic mat ter. This may be done with farmyard manure.I Ploughing ..under green crops, etc., a:;d leeping up the supply of plant food by the use of artificial manures, with. occasional . drssings of lime, maintains the *soilin a healthy productive condition. Last season Irish blight was particularly bad in the potato crops in Queensland. This ~year the inspectors are very strict legardin.r the adniission of lpotatces intended for planting. C Cheese is goin. to be the leading line in .the export. of diiry prcodlce in .Quens land, It is recognised that anything ex cept first-class .butter will have a difficulty to compete witlh margarine in. future, and the way out, is the establishlient of small cheese faactories in isolated localities where cream could not be delivcpid: daily at ', butter factory. ; '.

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AXEDALE. 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

OUR COUNTRY SERVICE, AXEDALE. 25th February. The harvest festival in connection with St. Paul's Church of England vas con. tinued last night by a social in O'Don nell's Hall, kindly lent for the occasion Mr. W. H Hillard. minister in charge of the district, presided. A programme of songs and recitations by Sunday school children, assisted by- State school scholars, was .presented to a large assemblage, and it was greatly appreciated. Refreshments were served at the close of the concert by the ladies of the church, after which Miss Evans, of Knowsley, favored the company with a song. The sale of gifts was then proceeded with, Mr. Jas. Brook acting as auctioneer. Keen competition ruled for the various goods, which sold well, the sum of £7/13/ being realised for the church building fund. Lucerne chaff brought 4] per bl; oats, 6/, and wheat 91. An en joyable evenijig was brought. to a close by the singin'g of "God Save the King." 28th February. The trustees of the local Recreation Rc se...

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DAIRYING NOTES. COW-TESTING. DANISH METHOD OF REGISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

DAIRbYING NOTLES. COW-TES'TING.., DANIS M?ITII-OD: OF. RITGISTIRATION.: ' .Whilsa: other: codntrices are recognlisigg thLe value ot' coweivtiiig associationis i Spromioting 'high-giide mich cattle, a bet tr milk ynld u-a'd richecr 'in y crham .no Iconsequein tly of more value to their owiners conparativelr little progress has tbeen madr ,o this difrecticn ;in Australia, wtsand pm . S tic.uli rly il Victoia outside a few herdsa. Ticth who harve aidopted te e systemt havd had ampln e proor of its value in giving an accaitct kofwled i ofa the amount ofg ill 'er.d hbutter fat produced- by edcli cow in twhe oherd No doubt rthe open aital' in&g of stock whict is - possible in. Aus tralia for a great portion of the year is cicountable for this deglect in cowateating. If owners of milk stockn had io had-feedt and house them durib g a cousidorable part of thie year, as is the case ini therl lands, they would probably be more anxious to as certain the cost of each cow a keep and thc a...

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BACK FROM SOUTH AFRICA. Melbourne, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BACK FROM SOUTH .FRICA. 'Melhourne, 2nd ,March. ' resrrs. W. II. Daniels, J. Bitten :F: Wenuer, JT. W. wvit.W , G.. 1.. 1Preston, and A.. S. Bockett, who are connected. ivithl the variotis' nioihs .in Soutl;h Africa; and w.ere thero during the recent in4ln iai;oatioible, c:;illed on ?. 6. Cirai',. nert. ry of 1tie Mlelbourne i,'rades -a111COtilcil, to-day and isdiscussed the strike with him. They in formed him that they had left South Africa because it was not. now a fit place for an higlishman to ive. cMr. Gray assured themi that South African unions had the syni pathy and support of all their Melbourne brethren. To-morrow Mr. N.,.W. Smith,,: on behalf of :the nmen,,. will lay before ~r. . cerain c xin r.ferenc tb th . i'. be~t 'tnbled -

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RIFLE SHOOTING. BISLEY TEAM TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

R IFLE SHOOTING. BISLEY TrEAM TtSTS. . (By "iallglnan2') ! Tlhe finl of the three shoots held Thr t:11U -o pr':pose of ~electing Vichtriab Qitila t t c -Asntralian temil for t.is is.y'eiet Ilslej i 'g held t 8"ttl?ay at Williasmstv . 'I'? rates, 300, 000, 00 . ad .) ~~Iut, l shots 'it each, weie 'C.il over twice on Friday and Af'6c: on Saturday. 'rlhe coudi tions ?)rovided that the first two men Biould be picked from the sis highest scorers, and the third man and tivo egyr gencies from. the selcctei 30 n@i~H- .5 hi'mn i1n.1 metropolist~ul . f ouin the country. l'om. t~he aT'€i'ourne men J. H. Willialms Wit.l an absentee both days, while G. Phil lips (B3eechworth) dropped out oii Saturdayv. The Murray River club shot, II. W, Alston, who established s'ich a lced withl spleltldid lshootin oin Frida.y waiis Ag-ilai in gooud Ifrth, lmil rsc3i.. i" . Hes aggrefttd of 6, 5,~ight I)bints lichd 6f the next 1ailtt, J. 1Vued, of Collingwood, \ias -, liboints short of the poss~le ~'(60 ) ziit{s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

--AID-TEST PAPERS and SkPPtGE TUBE OF,PEBECO MAILED PREB 1n Beceipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay because, the Lactic Acid of formenl n the mouth eatse through.the enamel... At mu-mnel is. onico pierca4 the bfctgiri ?. od ey, ca lestruption of tIbto.oth, dr the DPeatt Mait - iL pitatioq. Hero is a simple way to proven ouble and pain. For the daily cleaing of th USE the cleansing pewer of PEBECO is remarkable. Its use eisure white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy mouth. Furthu more, users of PEBECO neverhave unpleasant breath. The Acid-Test.Papers are sent with the Trial Tube to oe. monstrate.hQw Pebecq. counteracts tooth destroying acids. Ful instructions go with them... ,Send name, *ndaddress. SOnly & s'all. 4uantity is necesatry ateach bruspin of t i e We, 6so taiat Pebeco is very economteAl. G. ABNOLD., 6 O'CONNELL-STREET, SYDNEY. WHOLESALE ONLY. (Please mention this Paper.)

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"OUT OF THE FRYING PAN." BOTHA MINISTRY'S NEW FOEMAN. "TOM" MANN GOING OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

"OUT OF THE FRYINGC PAN." BOTHA MINISTRIY'S NEW FOEMAN. "TOM\" MANN GOING OUTr . oir. a ieorge Lansbury, the well-lktnowni Socalis, who foiminerl]y sat in the RHouse of Commons, states that' the rank aud .file of the-, Labor party cabled to the .Trans. vaal aedcration of Trades, offering. 'the searvi.es of "Tom" Mann ais 6rganiser; and this. 6fter has becn accepted. Mr. Lansbury adds that possibly "Jim" Larldin, of Dub lin strike notoriety, and "Ben" Tillett, secretary of the Ilock, Wharf, Riverside and General Workers' Union of Great Bri tiin .nd Ireland, would also be sent oait to the Rand.

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CASTLEMAINE. 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

S CASTLEVIM AIINE. 24th February. Head Porter Dando, who some twormouths a~o came here from the Flinders-street sta tion. to do relieving duty, has been or dared back to his old station. It was hoped that he would have been permanently ap .ointed to Castlienmine, but to-day, an bf ficial intimation came to hand that Iead Porter Svmon·, from HIamilton, had been transferred to Castlemaine. The Castlemaine Squadron of the 5th Light Horse has been ordered to go into camn at Broadford on Thursday, and re main there until 5th March. The Rev. F. Vanston. vicar f Christ Church, who holds the rank of major in the Commonwealth forces. has been directed to attend the camn as chaulain. Starlings ara becoming a great pest to the orchardists of the district. They are causing great havoc amongst the ripe fruit. TTnited efforts are about to be made to cope with the pest. 25th February. kt the quarterly mrcting of the local branch of Ahe A.N.A. last night, FMr. W. ReeP, an energetic committeeman, wa...

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BENDIGO CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. SEMI-FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BENDIGO ('LUB CHAMPIONSHIP. SEMI-FINAL. ' J. Tredinnick met J., E. M'Coll in the semi-final for the Bendigo Club's Champion shipl on Tuesday evening. The game re sulted in favor of M'Coll, who had the better of the play during the greater por tion of the game. Tredinnick failed to get the strength of the green in the early part of the game, and this accounted for. his defeat. At one stage of the game, ho,\- ever, he was only 3 down, but his play was not consistent enough to enable him to es- - tablish a lead, and he finished 16 ddwn 16 to 32.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

FARMERS' AND CITIZENS' 'TRUSTEES • COMPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT TO" ACT AS TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR UNDER WILLS, ADMINISTRATOR OF '.ESTATES, ETC. SECURITY, . .Io,1,Jo WITH STATE L REASUIRER Rc-T Cgist.B red OfFIee-. ,TT'Y - CH AMBETIS. RI)H] STREET. JpENDI9o. -

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EAGLEHAWK BEAT SOUTH BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

EAGLEHAWK BEAT tIO'UJTH BENDIGO. Considerable interest was manifested in the. meeting-of these teams on the Eagle hawk green Wednesday, as the result had important bearing on the preiniership, Iouth Bendigo having lot one and Eaglehawk two matches. There was a large number, of spectators. The green was in excellent order. and the bowling generally was of a high standard. The scoring at No. 1 rink was of a very even nature dur;ng t.he early stages of. the game. At tie first five ends the scores were 4 all, but at the 10th end the locals with their score at 8 had in advantage of one point. They increased this to 4 points at the next five ends, and at the 20th end had compiledI 20 to their opponents' 12. The local com bination scor.d 7 to the visitors' 4 points at the remaining five ends, and'eventually won by 11 points. The rink scores were: Eaglehawk-76. H L Ralph, Dr. A. Lyons, J. High more R. ' I. M'Clelland ............ 27 A. falrt, 'WI. J. Coakes, J. H. Stewart, SJ. . Smalley ......

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BOWLS. A PENNANT COMPETITION. BENDIGO BEAT CASTLEMAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BOWLS. A PENNANT COMPETITION. BENDIGO BEAT CASTLEMAINE. In the A p2:nnant competition the Ben digo Club was at home to a team from Castlemaino Wednesday. The weather was delightfully fine, and the green being in splendid order, aih enjoyable day's play re. -sulted. Three rinks were utilised, and on each of these the home team proved vic torious. The best game was witnessed on No. 4 rink, where Iredale's team put up a good fight against Dr. J. D. Boyd's quartet. <The rink scores were: -Bendigo--5. King, Harper, Darroch, Dr. J. D. Boyd 31 Hall, Dr. Green, Tatchell, Dr. H. De Ravin ............ ... ... . ... 30 Young, Germann, Hampton, Hosken .... 34 Pastlemaine-64 Woolley, Ash, Cowan, Iredale .... ...- 28 Archdall Haine, Rasmussen, Van H eurck ........ .. .. .. .... ... .. . 18 Wallish, Potts, Laker, Newham; ...... 18

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. NEW YORK, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. NEV YIORK, 23rd February. The ,death lias occurred in Philadelphir of Mr. Joseph Fels, a millionaire soap manufacturer, and an enthusiastic believer in the single tax. Mr.. Fels, who was in his 60th year, was a generous giver to charity. LONDON, 24th' February. SDr..-William R. Ingc, Dean of St. Paul's, is appealing for .£70,000"to strengthen .the nitperstructure of the Cathedral the condi. tioni of which is causing anxiety. The Dean believes that many-: thousands in Gieat Britain .and the dominions to whom the (Cathedral i hallowed will be ready to respond. . o BLENE, 24th February. .While an- express train was leaving a tunnel at .Berne .yesterday. 'the two rear crriages wiere derailed by a violent wind storm. ,One person was killed and three seriously injured. LONDON, 25th February. SThe Berlin correspondent of the' "Daily Express" states that Admiral Tirpitz, Min ister' for tha Navy, intends to, ask- thle Reichstag's permission .to: accelerate .thlo programme...

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PROPOSED KENNINGTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

PIOPOSE KIENNINGTON CLUB. A well-attended representative meeting of those interested in the formation of a bowling club in East Rendigo was held at the Belmont Hotel last night. Dr. Park occupied the chair, and briefly explained the ohject of the. meeting. It was unaui mnously resolved to form a club, to be known as the Kenuington Bowling Club. A deputation, comprising Dr. Park, Messrs. Ward, MIaxwell and M'reigh, was appoint ed to interview the committee of .the Ben digo United Cricket Club to make further arrangemnents in the matter. The depunta tion will report the result of their inter view to the atdjourned meeting on Ion day, 9th March. The meeting last night was most enthusiastic, and the success oi* the club seems assured.

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BENDIGO CLUB COMPETITIONS. CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

BENDIGO CLUB COMPETITIONS. CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. The game between Dr. Park and "J. E. A N'Coll for the championship of the Ben digo Club took place on the Bendigo Green or, Friday, and proved a. most skilful and i:. teresting one. The competitors were very evenly matched, and the game throughout was strenuously contested. Neither player gained a very useful lead until the 32nd end, when M'Coll had a majority of 6. Park soon reduced his deficit to 2, but M'Coll maintained the lead during the re maining portion of the game, and gained a victory by 21 points to 27. M'Coll played very steadily throughout, whilst the doctor on three or four occasions resorted to driv ing, but in most cases his shots went wide. The .game was umpired in a capable man ner by Mr. W. Cowling.

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SOUTH BENDIGO CLUB. B GRADE COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SOUTH DENDIGO CLUB. B GRADE COMPETITION. The final of the B grade competition" f, the South Bendigo club, which was com menced Wednesday, was continued Thurs-. day, the competitors being E. i.ull and T. Laidler. The former proved the winner by scoring 31 poipts to Laidler's 28. It was a good even game from start to finish, and was won at the last five ends, after a strenuous game. In the early stages of the game Hull had slightly the best of the play, and at the 10th end was 8 to Laid ler's 5. The play at this stage was good, and the last bowl by each of the players frequently altered the position and scores. At the 15th end Hull was 12 and Laid ler 10. From this stage on to the 26th end the play and scores were even, with the exception of the 17th end, when I = ler scored 3 by fine drawi*g shots ilsj. Hull was unable to catch the gr J '1 : li" players then decided to finish thim e i. Thursday evening. On the restito. play, Laidler scored 2. Hull thl go 1 and Laidler followed it up ...

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