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ST. ARNAUD. 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
- ST. ARNAUD. 24th February. The St. Arnaud Borough Council yest'er day received Dr. Jones's report from the Public Health department in connection with thile diphthecria outbreak at St. Arnaud. The report :ontaincd insti'ructions as to the precautions to be taken in regard to sus picous cases. The department also wrote: -"With reference to your request that the council's position where cases of infectious. disease are admitted to the public hos vital at St. Arnaud from outlying districts be defined, I ani to point out that it is obligatory under tihe private hospital regu lations for notice to be given to the coun cil in the event of a case of infectious disease occurring in a private hospital. In regard,to the liability of practitioners in St. Arnaud to report cases brought from 2~ara..Kara. and which have already been reported to the Kara Kara Council, I beg to state there is some doubt, concerning which legal advich is being sought." The reports were discussed at last iiight's m...
SWAN HILL. 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SWAN HILL; . r:;:&lt;:!: ):'. . " " "251ih Febrxiangyi!,' " SSome 'little: time a'go it ::was- arranged . that.e':V presentatives of the- A:gricultural Collegdes' CoUlncil should visit e.."ntal Islind aincd confer with the tenants re ga'rdini. fturo operations, b:ut: word has now: been received that it has beeni .found necessiry to p;ostpone tho":e propo:ed visit for.: the greesnt. M~r. R. Sinclair, who has Aleen engaged at the National Bank, Barham, for some time, has been transferred to Lake Boga, and on the eve of his departure he. was niade the recipient of a tennis racquet from the BWarham Tennis Club, of which he was a playing member and also secretary. MrI. B.. J. Thomas, who has been account ant' in the Swan Hill branch of the Ion., don Bank for some years, has been trans ferred to Goulburn (N.S.W.) iMr. Thomas was (says our- correspondent) a jpopular offi cer, and as I townsman took considerable interest --in bowls and other outdoor aniuse meuts.- He .was hion. sdcr...
RIVERINA. Culcairn (N.S.W.), 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
e RIVERINA. Culcairfi (N.S.W.), 1st March. 3 e.The season up to the present is one of the cdriest on record. Many farmers tanks are .dry, and- stock are being shifted to other .parts for water. In Culcairn township there ais good water, and' those who have it laid Son to their houses have little to fear. Others Sare carting. There .have been thunderstorms Sduring the week. but no rain. At I-lenty, .10 miles distant, 2 inches fell. Between there and Albury the position is serious. The Culcairn council has failed to Stake advantage of the good supply of. water from the well, and even the school, with 150 scholars, has no regular supply.
ROCHESTER. 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ROCHESTER. 24th February. .Mr. Mills, who has been head teacher of the Roohester State School for the past rfolir years, reaches the retiring age next moith, and will be succeeded by Mr. M'Phie. Durini his residence in 1loches. ' ter, Mr.-Milis has made many friends. and they will regret to hear of his departuro ;It is probable that the new State school' wvill be commenced this year. Mr. M'Phio, who homes from Gippslan'd, is said to b-? an expert i intense culture. This is a most important thing in the Rochester dig trict, and his knowledge in this connee tion should prove of great benefit tp the district., ' The 'first donation towards the noew baths was received by Mr. J. E. Humphris, chairman of the baths committee, the dona-' tion coming from Mr. Day, director of the Commonwealth Electric Company, and amounting to £3131. amonntn to ,31. 25th February. A. sham, fight was held between the Ro chester linrl Elmoretroc,,s A.L;H. between ' Rochester ard Elmore yesterday. The Ro cheste...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LAWN TENNIS. On Saturda# week Drummartin teniiis court wias visited by members of the 1?lilloo club. Nine sets were ,played, and the match resulted in a win for the hpme team.. Afternoon tea was provided by. the ladies. Mr. F. Gladman, captain of the Milloo team, thanked the Drummartin club for its hos Ditality, and the compliment was acknow ledged by Mr. W. Thomas. Scores: Mixed Doubles-Miss M. Forsyth and W. Gladman (M.) beat Miss C. Thomas and T. Cail (D.), ,6-2; Miss I. Forsyth and H-I. Forsyth (M.) lost to Mrs. Orchard and L?. Thomas, (D.), 3--6; Miss N. Mitchell and F. Gladman (M.) lost to Miss i. Cail and W. Thomas (D.), 4--6; Miss M. Mit chell and A. lMIitchell (M.} lost to Miss M. Moore and C. Williams (D.), 3-6. Ladies' Doubles-Mrs. Orchard a?nd Miss C. Thomas (D.} beat Misses M;. and I. Forsyth (M.), 6--3; Misses A. M'Kay and A. Pedersen (D.) lost to Misses N.: and M. Mitchell (M.), 2-6. Gentlnemen's Doubles-I. Cail and W. .Thonias (D.) lost to H.. Forsyth and W. Gladman ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. The Property of the Presbyterian Churoh of Victoria. Established in 1875. Principal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.Se. S The Scope and Aims of the College in brief summary show: 1. That scholars are admitted to the Kinder garten and Preparatory Departments trom 5 years of age. 2. That there is Accommodation for .bout 70 Boarders in two houses, one for Senior, the other for Junior Scholars. Special provision , for little children. Resident French and German gover nesses; also Specialist in Physical Cul ture. Medical supervision. 3. That students are prepared for all-pub li. examinations, and for entrance to all the professional courses at the Univer sity. The ordinary curriculum offers a large number of optional courses, in cluding a commercial course. 4. That Music, Art, Calisthenics, Domestio, SArts and Science have a ,prominent place, are well provided for, and, are-' under the direction of experts. TERM...
LAANECOORIE SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LAANECOORIE SALE. Messrs. J. H. Lienhop and Co. report hav izig conducted their fortnightly stock sale at Laanecoorie on Wednesday last, when the usual attendance of the publlic assembled, but to find very small yarding forward. With those sold privately, we made a total clear ance-Merino wethers (small drafts), 13/ to 4/10 'per bag; stacks wheaten hay, £13 and 14/; wethers, 11/9 to 12/3:. aged ewes, 1U/6 to 11/1. Wt sold for Messrs. T. Hogan, .. Stone, WV. Jenkinson, and E. Smith.
WYCHEPROOF. 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
, WYCHEPROOF. 27th February. Owi?g to the Postal department's methods of red tape at IKoronr Vale and the mistake . of placing a letter in the wrong envelope by the police at Korong Vale, together. with the refusal of the postal authorities to hand it back, two defendants in a thistle case, Wycheproof Shire v. M'Nicol Bros., and their solicitor will have, to make a third appearance at the local court. Complainants 'have now asked and obtained two adjourn ments. When it was aunounced that de fendants would'l have to make a third ap pearauce counsel for defendants said it was a question of prosecution or persecution. He obtained ,C2/2/ costs against the shire; however.
STORAGE OF FRUIT. INTERESTING EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
STORAGE OF FRUIT. INTETRESTINCG EXIEI'MII ENT. 'Some time ago Mr. Wigmore, of Mundy street, invented a hermetically sealed casket, wl'ich has proved a great succeoi, Severai eIperiments have been made to test the efficiency and practicability of the invon. tion, aid all have turned out well. En. ccvuraged by this success, Mr. Wigmore has now brought out a hermetically sealed frd4t ease. This case can be inmade in any size, but must be airtghlt. It is worked on the same principle as the casket.. A! :tlhe oxygen is pumpe- out rof the vase afte; the fruit is put in, It is 'then sealed down, the whole operation being completed in a voery short time.r The first case of fruit was: sialed in this .manner by Mr. Wigmore at his labdratdry. in Mundy-street on Sat'urday miorninq- in th, presence of Messrs; J EI. Cdrnow J: . Loglie, and other interested persons. About 301b. of grapes and several peaclihes were packed in the case, which was then sealed in the presence of the spectators. The case...
SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SUCCESSFUL Uf.iEARING SALE. Messrs. J. H. Lienhop and Co. report hav ing conducted a highly successful clearing sale at Hayanmi, on account of Mr. Geo. Hare, on Friday last, and notwithstanding t:e continual excessive heat, one of the biggest attendances yet seen in the district assem bled, and long before the commencement of the sale avery available tree and spot was occupied by people coming lone distances. Buvers were present from Boort, Kerang, Sea Lake KIyneton, Maldon and Rochester, The machinery and farming plant, which was in fair order, created keen competition:--M'Cor mick drill, £17: waggon, £25; harrows, £7/ 10/; plows. to £21/10/: spike roller, £19]5/; searifier, £5/7/6: Sunshine harvester, Oft, £95/10/; Massey binder, £14/10/. Horses. The demand for horses showed a consider able improvement on recent sales:-?7 and 8 year-old-mares sold to £33, with aged ge. ings, to £35: 2-year-old colts, £25/10/. zZo, £28, and £29/10/; 2-year-old fillies, £1 ; and £27; light horses, a...
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
BFJNDIGO PIG MARIKET. Thursday, 26th February. MIr. FrrnkX A. Hill reports: A full yardi ng of pigs forward for to-day's sall., and was composed principally of handy `wveight bueonv rs, a fair numbers of porkers, and an averaug, yardinc of stores and young pigs. Baconers .-Thero was a full attendance of the curerr, ~ nd although the average qual, ity was not sr 'rood as last sale, prices were in favor of flers?. Porkers.-The supply prov ed to be with in requirements, and high ·prjces ruled tfhre ughout. Stores.-The demand for stores ancT young pigs continues, and everyfthinjr was eagerly bought up at last week's full rateA . Quotations: -Best bacon-. ors, £3101 f t. £4 '8/: light, from £3/2/; back • .?ats, -E4/0.' tes .£6/1/; .porkers, .2fJ.to £2 •18/; stores, good growthy sorts, 36/ to.44/6; alip.s, to 29/6; suckers and small pigs lower. Milch calves, to £1/16; small from 7/6. Car case pork, to 6?l per lb. Veal, to 2d per lb., according to weight and quality. Mess. Maso.m ro-. r.p,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SCOTCH COLLEGE, MELBOUiRNF. BcARDI'*:& AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VICT'ORIA. Sinr.ce its, foundation, ;n 1851, nearly seven thousand boys hale passed through it. :The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branohes of a LIB ERAL EDUCATION THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY,. ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGIeS. WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PIi~YSICW2 and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS..: The Pupils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF -THE SCHOOL WORK. In the BOARDINGHOUSE thie number oC boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to '80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three \ or four boys-in most cases for two. The Principal has the assistanoe of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisur,e hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Crickeo and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LT IEGHO RNS-Improve your strain. Cocker. els, bred by Spotsavood. Second Bendigo Competition. 28 Reginald-st.. Quarry Hill. PEDIC POMADE destroys all Vermm on Poultry, Cattle, Horses, and Swine 1', posted, 1/2 Brin, chemist, E. Malvern, V. Chemists, stores, sell it.
THKE MARETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
THKE .MARETS. RPENDIGO STOCA MARKET. 'T'uesday, 2tUh February. Cnttle.-The supply of cattle forward to dayv was an exceptionally small one as far as numhers were concerned, only 327 head bein, varded for sale as compared with 400 -odd head. last week. Prime bullocks were very scarce, only odd pens of handy weighRt sorts beingul distributed through the sale, the hulk of the yi-rding consisting of-young hullocks and steers, many of which, how. ever were in unice sappy codition. Besides t.hse there weor several odd lots of choice heifers. The supply was much below that was recuiied for local and the general out sid, butchers' requCirements, an d conse auentlv comp2titionl right throughout the sale was excetionall: brisk, and prices for best c.n.ttle were a good 20/ in advance of lIst week's rates, anld in the case of the choicest ir.ns even more, while even medium sorts also sold remarkably well, the sale winding un strongly. Iantes obtained were the best that have been seen at the yar...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
-, GENERAL. It is reported that Arthur Evernden, the well-known English boxer, whoi is at pre serit in Australia, intends to go in for poultry breeding out here. .le has ai ready bought a place, and is bringing out 3his wife and familv. At home he runs a poultry farm as a side line. What breeds Mr. Evernden keeps I cannot say, but no doubt there will be a few fightin. cocks to be found on his farm. I wish Mr. Evernden every success, and hope that lhe will be amongst our prominent breeders here in Australia before long. Several reports are to hand of. fowls dying 'througl the heat of last week. I. have advised breeders t0 provide shade and give cool water often whea it is very hot. * People. who will not take advice must exspect to lose heavily when a heat wave is on. Poultry yards without houses are very uncommon- ir. these days, but 20 years ago they were very common. Mrs. Mor row, of Macedon, wlho is well-knowli to show men, .has nothing more than a few coops. which are used for s...
COMMONWEALTH TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
COrMONWEALnTH TRADE.-ThO imports into-; the Commonwealth during the month of January were valued at £j7,036,079,. as against a value of £6,368,661 for January of 1913. The exports during January last, were valued at £8,654,681, compared with a value of £6,632,C69 for January of 1913. . In 'January last there were increases in . the export of :copper, uncoined gold, wheat, flour, lead; mlutton, hides, tallow,, and . Vool, whilq al decrease was recordid in re-'. spect of the amount of butter sent a.way.- . CowN ' LAIT?bs.- Last week's "Goverin-. mnent G aette" cdntained a list' of Growni lands available for :selection' throughoiut., theo State. Tere: are' 45 lots, representing a total :area of 26,810 acres; and these are oe?en until Wednesdiy, 25th March. I cluded in the list are four -detached Mallee allotments, which .-hav, been forfeited by ' the previous holdorvi.- It-is isnteuded to ,azette available for selection as work?l nmen's homes under special rciidene6 cond - tion tgsecti...
POULTRY NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
POULTRY NOTES. (By "'Feather.") Don't keel old hens for laying purposes. They ivon't pay. Use pedie pomade to kill the lice on poul. try. SPrepare for the breeding season. Hatch early for winter layers. Feed waste fruit to the poultry. Keep the drinking vessels clean. Give animal fdod regularly, but don't feed to excess. Provide grit always. Breed only from the best layers. Buy stud birds now. Advertise in these columns, and sell your sur1plus stock. Give good value to your customers.
STATE REVENUE. SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. Melbourne, 28th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
STATE REVENUE. SUBSTANTIAL INCREASE. : SMelbourne, 28th Februaryy; ,' Tho -Stato revenue for February w~s. a: :. follows- : Excise-1913, £4.7,992; 1914; £52,725; -in;,:ý'~ crea1gc, £4733. ' Territorial-1913, £30,277 1914 ;23 117; decr-eae.&lt; £7160. Ruiiw ays-1913,; £.456,676; 1914;,483;804 increase, £27,128 Other. Public Work-1913, £56,492; :91 £543,017; dccread-, £3475..A:':;. Porte and' Hnrbors-1913 5187 1914 £6354; incresdso .£1167. S;ees-1913, ;i 31,088; 1914, .£34,6-42 -*ini- : : crease, £3554. X -5 S'ines-1913, ,£975 191 802 dererse, : S173. .Miiscellaneoas - 1913, 17;742; '1914, £22,559; increase, £4817. STotals-1913, £64&,429; 1014,? 677,02 increGaoe, £30,591. Corimmonwealth balance 'retluriied.-193; £138,971; 1914, £141,010 ;inirecase' £203 1 Totals-1913, X£785,400; 1914,; 818,030.':: ' increase, ,£32,630. STotals from 1st July, 1913, £6,069,343;: 1914, £6,206,463; increase, £137,120.
HISTORIC CHURCH BURNT. LONDON, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
HISTORIC CHURCiH BURNT. d r LONDON, 26th February, Adastardly outrage was committed by suffragettes last night. By means of some inflammable liquid and explosives, tlhey burned down the East Lothian parisir church at Whitekirk (neai 13erwick). This edifiee was of considerable• .historic -ili ter4st. It was erected as far back as 1297; and contained priceless furniture and a historic Bible. The destruction wrought b7 the fanatics was complete, not a thing being saved. The explosives dislodgied and shattered enormous slabs of stone. OArs STA?,un U.--The Superintendent of Esxports (Mr. R. Crowe) has notified the Agricultural depaltment thalt the preseut season's ?f saEian rdT :or -Victorian oats hasa been fiked, and- s0rrples of each grade are now available. The gradZes and weigh]ts itre as follows:-Algerian milling oats, 39.' lb. per imi.erial bushel; Algerian shipping or No.. 1 feed oats, 3711b. per imperial' bushel; Algerian No. 2 feed oats, a5.lb.. Tilhe weight in the two first ins...
BENDIGO MAIN ROAD. SECTION TENDERS. Melbourne, 23th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
BENDIGO MAIN ROAD. SECTION TETNDERS, Melbourne, 23th February.i The Country Main Roads Board, at its meeting to-day, decidea to call tenders for the 114· miles of the Bendigo mnain road be': yond Harcourt in sections. There will pro. bably be,10 sections, and tondeorersewill be allowed- to tender for one or more of them. The specifications will provide for tlhe foundations of the road, anjl tenders for the metalling and rollingi will bhe called later. The board exuects on this system to attract more road contractors who have been con. structing the roads for the raunicipalities, and whoso plants are larg: enough for mile sections, but not large enough for the whole area.