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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
PERSONAL. Two young- Bendigonians left Bendigo &nbsp; on Tuesday. Mr. Alan Hyett, Barrister &nbsp; &nbsp; for a six months' trip to Great Britain and Europe, and, Mr. Evan Chamberlain, of the Union Bank staff, for Brisbane, to take up a position in the local branch of that bank. &nbsp; &nbsp; Mr. A. J Moore of the well-known firm of W. W. Moore and Sons, 0f Echuca, is &nbsp; shortly to take a trip to India. He ex- &nbsp; pects to be absent about six months. Master Leslie Junck, of' the Marist &nbsp; Brothers' College, gained first place among the candidates for the Commonwealth, &nbsp; postal mechanical examniantion who present &nbsp; ed themselves in the Bendigo district. He has had a distinguished carieer as a student, being formerly the winner of the H.A.C.B. Society's scholarship at the college. Con &nbsp; siderably over 1000 candidates presented themselves for the postal examination and &...
WHEN I WANT TO LOOK MY VERY BEST. A REALLY SENSIBLE TOILET ARTICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
WHEN I WANT 1TO LOOK MY VERY &nbsp; BEST. A REALLY SENSIBLE TOILET ARTICLE &nbsp; A correspondent writes:-- I have a magic complexion treatment that I give myself if I am going out in the evening, and want to look my very best especially if I'm very tired and conscious of presenting a dragged, somewhat haggard appearance. 1 &nbsp; first of all run about a foot of very hot water into the bath, and wash myself, face and neck included, very quickly all over. I don't have a bath in the ordinary sense of the word, as that would make one feel &nbsp; even more tired. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Immediately after sponging with the hot water, I (rubbish to ignore for rest of line) water, I douche myself well with cold water, &nbsp; and then scrub myself vigorously all over &nbsp; with a very coarse bath towel. &nbsp; &nbsp; Then I slip on a cosy dressing gown, and prepare to lie down on my bed for 10 minutes, an...
MINERS' PHTHISIS. DISCUSSED AT DAYLESFORD. INSPECTOR OF CHARITIES' VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
MINERS' PHTHISIS. DI) DISCUSSED AT DAYLESFORD. INSPECTOR OP CHARITIES'. VIEWS. (From Otr Special Reporter.) Daylesford, 26th February. Mr. A. E. Malcolm, inspector of chari ties, attended the conference of the State executive of the Federated Mining Em ployes' Association at Daylesford to-day, and spoke on the question of miners' phthisis. Mr. D. Smith, M.L.A., had sug gested to Mr. T. M. Jude, the general sec retary of the association, that Mr. Mal colm should be invited to meet the con ference. The suggestion was acted upon, and Mr. Malcolm sympathetically accepted the invitation. In addressing the delegates, he explained that he was not present uinder Government instructions. Hie had accepted the invita tion with the idea of gaining information on the subject of miners' phthisis, and of enlightening the delegates if he could im part any information to them. He had mentioned to the Prenmier the suggestion that he should attend the conference, and Mr. Watt said it was a good idea. ...
CASTLEMAINE, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
CASTLEMAINE, 2nd March. On Sunday night some vandals disfigured the fine plate glass windows of Messrs. New- ham, Clark, Verey and Macafee, and Miss Cleave's establishments with some glass-cut- ting instrument. The local agent for the Plate Glass Insurance Company has writ- &nbsp; ten to the company asking it to offer a substantial reward for the conviction of the offenders. On Sunday afternoon the Thompson's Foundry Band, under Bandmaster Rich- ards, visited the Benevolent Asylum, and in the grounds played a number of selec- tions to the evident delight of the inmates.
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. A pleasing function took place in St. Kilian's Hall on Tuesday, when Mrs. M. Brennan, who has been closely identified with all Roman Catholic movements in the city for many years, was tendered a social evening prior to her departure to take up her residence in Melbourne. The Rev Father Rohan presided, and the esteem in which Mrs. Brennan is held was demon- strated by the large attendance, fully 250 ladies being present. The chairman, on behalf of her friends, presented Mrs. Bren- nan with a purse of sovereigns, and in doing so spoke in eulogistic terms of her work in connection with St. Patrick's sports, St. Aidan's Garden Fete and other move ments of the church, his remarks being supported by the Rev. Father Ellis, Mr. J. Dowd. J.P., and Mr, F. Dyett, representing St. Kilian's branelh H.A.C.B.S. Mr. J. D. McGawley ackaowledged the gift for Mrs Brennan. A pleasing musical programme was contributed by Misses M. Bentley. J Sherlock, V. O'Donnell, and E. Mooney, and Messr...
BRIDGEWATER. 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
BRIDGEWATER. 24th February A serious accident happened this morning to William Swales, aged about 14 years, eldest son of Mrs. A. Swales, who has late. ly come to reside in Bridgewater. The boy and his sister were riding home from the township on their ponies at a fair pace, and when approaching, Mr. T. Hendry's residence the boy's pony stumbled and fell, rolling on top of him. He was carried into Mr. Hendry's residence, and upon examination by Dr. De Ravin, of Inglewood, he was found to have sustained concussion of the brain. The sufferer was immediately removed to the Inglewood &nbsp; Hospital.- &nbsp; On Suuday afternoon the youngest daugh ter: of Mr. V. W. Pacholih, licensee of the Family Hotel, aged about four years, had a narrow escape from drowning, The girl was playing about an open cask of water, when by some means she fell in head fore, most. Fortunately one of the boarders, Mr. Frank Holmes, who was standing in the doorway, happened to notice the girl's fe...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES. FITZ-GIBBON-GLEESON.-On the 24th January, at St. Mary's R.C. Church, &nbsp; &nbsp; Williamstown, by the Rev. Father, Finan, Claude Stanley, second eldest son of &nbsp; &nbsp; Captain and Mrs. J. Fitz-Gibbon, of Douch street, Williamstown, to Alice, second daughter of the late Sergeant Gleeson, and only &nbsp; daughter of Mrs. C. Gleeson, "Rapla," Campbell-street, Eaglehawk. MARTIN-MORGAN.-On the 21st February, at All Saints' Church, by the Rev. &nbsp; Canon Percival, Edwin John Martin, to Olive R. M. Morgan, third daughter of Chas. Morgan. TAYLOR—LAWLEY.—On 3rd February, at Sacred Heart Cathedral, Bendigo, by Rev. Father Tehan, Nora, daughter of Mr. S. Lawley, late inspector of Victorian Railways, &nbsp; to Albert, son of Mr. T. Taylor, &nbsp; manager of New Prince of Wales mine, Eaglehawk. DEATHS. BRADFORD.—On the 26th February, 1914, at her residence, No. 8 Wade-street, Golden...
SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALE AT NEILBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SUCCESSFUL CLEARING SALE AT NEILBOROUGH. Messrs. J. H. Lienhop and Co. report hav- ing, conducted a very successful sale account Mr. Paul Brown junr., of Neilborough North, on Wednesday last. Again there was an excellent attendance present, and competi- tion was keen throughout every lot being disposed of at highly satisfactory prices to the vendor. The farming plant was in fair order, and sold readily. Quotations;-Set harrows, £5; leveller, £4; scarifier, £20/5s; 4-furrow Mitchell plow, £20; Massey binder, &nbsp; £11/10/; Mitchell harvester 5ft., £17/10s; waggon, £26/10s; chaffcutter £6; feed oats, 4/10s per bag; stacks wheaten hay, £13 and £46: bay gelding. £27 to £30. Others lower values. Turkeys, 9/6; harness and sundries at high values.
POMPAPIEL. 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
POMPAPIEL. &nbsp; 23rd February. &nbsp; Buildings are still going ahead in this &nbsp; &nbsp; district. Mr. D M'Cauley has just com- pleted a fine residence for Mr. Alan Gray at Serpentine and is about to build a &nbsp; Queen Ann residence for Mr. George Lowe, of Calivil. Mr. Moon, of Elmore is also building on his block, bought from the &nbsp; &nbsp; Elmsford Estate, Serpentine. The local school committee has just had a 600 gallon tank erected at the shelter shed to conserve water for the garden. The garden has also been wire-netted. The Education department is supplying four more dual desks to meet the requirements of' the increased attendance. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Water Supply department has con- sented to a telephone wire being placed on the fence of the Waranga-Mallee chan- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; nel reserve, and as the channel runs, al- most direct from Dingee, to Pompapiel, re- sidents ...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
OBITUARY. The death took place at Glenalbyn Grange," Kingower, at 6 p.m. on Mon day, 23rd Feb, of Mr. Peter Gillespie, J.P. one of the most widely known and best respected of the district residents. For very many years-,something over 30--Mr. Gillespie (writes our Inglewood correspon dent) resided with his family on the estate on which his life ended. Nearly four years ago he with his wife and daughters went to reside at Burke-road, Hawthorn, where he had considerable property, leaving his' sons to carry on the estate. Following his usual custom after taking up his resi dence in Melbourne, Mr. Gillespie with his wife and daughters re-visited "Glen albyn Grange,'' at the end of October last, and it was while on a visit to his old home that the disease which ultimately proved fatal developed. Some three weeks before Christmas, not feeling in his usual health, Mr. Gillespi consultcd his medi cal adviser, Dr. Wilkinson, of Inglewood. As a result a consultation was held be tween Drs. Wil...
KILLED IN THE DESERT. KHARTOUM, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
KILLED IN THE DESERT. SiKAIIATOUM, 6th March. News has been recevd cl here of sharp fighting between a band of outlaws and a" party of troopers drawn from an Arab battalion, and led by. Major J. L. J. Conry, D.b.O. Major Conry's little force overtook the outlaws near Wadi IIafa, and a fight to the death ensued All the out laws were tither killed or captured, but, unfortunately, Major Conry and three or 'his men were mortally wonuded. [Major James Lionel Joyce Conry w' s iu hi 4.1st year. -IHe belonged to the CLn anl:Lht? Tangers, but was attached to the Eyvptian Army. -e saw active service in 1898 (Egyptiaii war ieccal and clasp), and again in South A frica, 1899-1902 (twice wounded, mentioned iu despatches. thrice. received Queencu's medal, five clasps, King's Se:cdal, two clasps, and D.S.O.] Policew?omen at Chicago have been re lieved from iunt after several months' .trial, because of their roughness in dealing with waitresses during, a strike and becanse their operations cause cr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
t IvUSTIRD . T'iat which Is First in Import ance should be First Served. Keen's Mustard should therefor be be i upon the table, since, no matter bow tempting the viands andperled the cook. msg no meal is complete without Kee's Mustardo "' HE FINI?ObC.t TOucH TO Eveqv MORs3s.L
YOUNG METHODIST MINISTER SUCCESSFUL CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
YOUNG METHODIST MINISTER SUCCESSFUL CAREER. Unusual cleivrness aad intellectual, power.;? has. -brought the Rev. Normann :Webster, fornierly of Eaglehawk) but now stationied: at -Elsternwick; into .priniinenice ais one of the ablest miListers :ii. :: the: Meth otlitdi : .Churchi. T he R ev. M r. W e~ i ter ; is ii:son of M r:.-F :F Webster, a well-known aniiid ihly resipecteJa resident of Eaglehawk. :Ie conmeneced his :: .education at the Englehaiwk :State Sclhool (No. 210), where very early iii life lie eviiinc *ed a great aptitude for :leaniui; Uipon' leaving the State school hie 'ttenided St ' Andrew's College, Bendigo, aiid quickly e:ii tered upon a .cry successitl' .dareer: Ie:': gained the distinction of winniuc?.* the \WVaverley scholarship, and matriculated-iIt ! iti honors. When a boy he atternded the Eiagle-:::. THE REV. NORMAN WEBSTER. awk WVest Methodist Sunday School, withl which he became very closely associa4-ed, and was an enthusiastic worker in the Young People's Ch...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
The Beehive, Bendigo, The Big Drapery, Furniture ard Furristirg Store. THE PREMISES. THE PRICES. SITUATED ON TILE TWO BEST SITES IN THE , CITY. -T W E S :I : ' H. BASED ON KEEN SEARCHING OF THE WORLD'S •.BEST MARKETS. GENTR?El OF PALL MALL' AND VIEW POINT .. L :N L PASSING ON BIG BUYING BARGAINS DIRECT TO USTOMERS. STANDING OUT ARCHITECTURALLY. MODERN IN EVERY DETAIL. ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION, SAVING -A VALZJ ALATL IN ASPECT, ROOMY WTHIN. .LE ETAEGE. PATAnL IN ASPECT, ROOMY WITHIN. IEMPH*ATI L REFUSAL TO SACRIFICE QUALITY EViDENCING GREAT CARE IN THE INTERESTS TO E XOESSVE CHEAPNESS. . o1, DISPLY. FIRST' rAN ASSURANCE OF HIGHEST GRADE EVERY pOSSESSING EVERY MODERN IDEA CONDUCIVE TIME OF MATERIAL AND MAKE. TO SPEEDY SERVING AND DESPATCH OF GOODS. HOUSE , IN THE POPULARITY. : NORTHERN : .THE PERMANENCY. INTEREST EXTENDING TO EVERY CORNER OF" V ICTO RIA. 7VIGTRIA. THE STORE STANDING OUT FOR HALF A CUSTOMERS CALLING AND WRITING CONTINU-I. CGENT~ URY. ALLY FROM N.S.W., S. AUSTRALIA, AND W...
VALUABLE EFFECTS OF LIMING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
VALUABLE EFFECTS OF LIMING. It is not improbable that in the near future far more attention will be given to liming Australian soils, not only for wheat culltivation, but for general farm crops. than has been the custom, and with bene ficial results. A great deal of disappoint. ment has resulted in the irrigation areas of the northern districts of Victoria from ap plying water to stiff clay soils,- which soon get out of condition. The", "set" as hard as brickbats, and are extremely difficult to 'keep in such a state of cultivation as will enable them to take the water readily. The cause of this stiffness is that they are de ficient in lime and in humus, and the remedy lies, in liming and in green manur ing. Lucerne, which should be one of the staple products of irrigated culture, re quires a soil rich in lime, as indeed do all leguminous crops, such as peas, beans, etc., to, which lucerne belongs. These plants de pend for their supply of nitrogen on the activity of bacteria which ar...
QUESTIONS FOR FARMERS TO SOLVE [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
QUESTIONS FOR FARMERS TO SOLVE Here are two interesting questions in re Intion to' improving the wheat yield-The quantity of phosphatic manures per ncr-? which .should he applied to the crop and the effect which liming would have in in creasing thle -ield of the first and subse quent crops--on which it would be extreme ly valuable to elicit the opinions of practical farmers. Will some of those who may happen to read these notes give "Gleaner"' and his readers the benefit of their expe "t once?
INDECOROUS FEMALE ATTIRE WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION CONDEMNS. Melbourne, 4th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
INDECOROUS FEMALE ATTIRE WOMEN'S ASSOCIAlTION CONDEMNS. Melbourne, ,?th March. Indecorous dress was condemned by members of the Australian Women's Asso ciation at the annual conference, in the Manchester Unity Hall to-day. A proposal that all members of the association refrain from wearing such attire was agreed to. Miss Shiel, who brought the proposal forward, said that indecorous attire had commenced with the transparent yoke, and had now spread to the feet. She thought that it was shocking for modest women to face such exhibitions of eccentric modes as were to be seen in the streets every day. As for some of the clothes adopted for evening.wear, in many cases the women were veiled, and that was about all. She saw ono woman in Collins-street ,yesterday with a skirt slit to the knee. She thought this exhibition degrading to a modest woman, who had to listen to the com ments of men passing. A uo&man should be compelk&lt;l to wear sufficient clothes to cover the body....
BANDON PARK LITIGATION. INSOLVENCY OF W. J. DOBELL. DISCHARGE CERTIFICATE GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
BANDON PARK LITIGATION. INSOLVENCY OF W. J. ].OBELJL. DISCHAIRGE3 CERTIFICATE GRANTED. In the Bendigo Insolvency Court on Tues day, before Judge Moule, an .application was made by William John Dobell, farmer, formerly of Runnymede East, for an uncon ditional certificate of discharge, disijensing with the payment of 7/ in the £. The insol vent had been served with examination sum, monses under section 135 of the Insolvency Act to answer certain questions relating to his transactions. Mr. J. T. Keane ap. geared for the trustee and creditors, and Mr. F. Macoboy for the insolvent. After argument his Honor decided to hear insolvent's application' for a certifi cate of discharge before entering upon the examination of insolvent. Dealing with the objections,. filed by Mr. Keane, his Honor said the .fiist was that:in solvent kept no books or accounts. He (his Honbr) held' that it; was necessary. for a farmer to. keep :accounits wliere he dealt and ;boiught for himself in the ordinary v;a-.:...
MOVING CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
M*OVING CIHrnCHES.--]3is11op Sadleir, of Nelsoli (N.Z. hals (states hie "Sydney Morn. inc, Herald"1 initiated a project to enable the ministratior. or religion tc, be carried on in the Marlborough Sounds and back blocks districts by means of a launch and a van, to be tamned thie Selwyn and the Samuel Marsden respectively, each of which is to be equipped for the celebration of Holy Communion and church purposes gene rally, and furnished with quarters for the cleYgymiien in charge. Miss Marsden nas defrayed the whole cost of the Marsden van, and a substantial amount ha:. already been raised towards' the purchase of the launch IvhAID PENsioNs.-Since the initiation of the invalid pensions scheme, 19,644 per sons have been granted payments, including 7964 in Xciv South Wales, 5824 in Victoria, 2276 in Queensland, 1395 in South Aus tralia, 797 in West Australia, and 1388 in Tasmania. The total in force on 27th February was 15,487 pensions, the total granted having been reduced by 3334 dea...