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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

THE EAGL:HAW'K BRANCH A.N.A. .Iront lRow.-A . Ea-twood, assistant secretary ; P. J. Ford, vice-plresided .1::s. ''re\'l:cll;a, president; J. Trevean, sccro tary; N. Walker, treasurer. Second Row.--W. II. Capel, ex-president; R. Eyre, committc., WV. ]-. -Walker, audit. tor. W. Salmon, committee; F. Siler, press corresponldent. Back Row.--W. J. -Washiniton, C. Baldock, r. Smalley, trustees. (Photo. by W. H. Robinson.) ST. LIBURICS BRANCI, IFT.1\. S, FAO 'C g Left to Rig'ht.--Front Row-Bros. F. . 1)De.han, T. Sminnon, wardens; J'. M?l ?, t i sCee:ta P. Confeggi, vice president; W. -Casey, ,resident; :R. Watson. iast .liesidelnt; P. J. Kelly, treasurer: ?? Iklv. s.crt;ry.: . i\.'naughton, sick visitor. Second tRow.--ros P. I. Bordoni, J~s. KLtt, E. iahon, M. : ett, truste; .. rt t??i,- ?I oleoy M. M Nan?ara? P. J. Ford. Third .Row.--Brcs. B. Pionto, M.. Mciiiatti, G. Meriton, auditor; A. Cabarsi, W. Merit on, L. Cooper P. Monigatti, J. P. O'Brien, J. Gagetti, Marti.: IKrtt. Fourth Row.-...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

L i G;Ir M i , The secre Poise and Beauty of Figure, com bined with Comfort, lies in a properly designed and cor rectly fitted Corset. These essential features are all embodied in the Celebrated ROYAL "P.D." RUSTLESS CORSETS, which, in addition to adding an exquisitely graceful sweep to the figure, and moulding it into the true lines demanded by fashion, provide the utmost comfort always. Even the snuggest fitting "P.D." has a desirable and most delightful freedom from pressure on bust and diaphragm. Ask your Draper to show you the New Models Royal "PD." Rustless Corsets A V ELLI SPHOTOGRAPHERS, LRANT?? ADDIR l e market enered a large cina shop. Itse walned the lengthsBeauty of thFigure op, cpassing downm bian avenue of withousands of chinaort, glass, and earhenwa properly design. The drover and shopr assistans, after much coaxing, got thare animal outmbodied in the Celebreaking a singlted artiCORSETS, which, in additionle. article.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 6th March. Sir-- . Shackleton has already received £850,000 towards his Antarctic ,expedition. -The wheat market is dull, Australian cargoes being held for previous rates.. Prices -for Australian and New Zealand wheat on spot, is n~linally unchanged. The butter market is steady, anid quiet in .:view of next week's heavy arrivals. Danish lxutter sold at 123/ to 126/. Quotaitions for colonial are unchanged. Prices exhibited a strong iapw'vrds toen,. dency at the London ,Wool; S'ales to dtity. Ainerican buyers purlci se'd .eirr'inos -rand crossbreds freely. Messrs. A.nnhin and Cobb ren-ov tha't the London rabbit skin salesi clos cirm.il- Al iogether 2295 bales .were sold " Unrest among agiicultirl.: ialborers, w,'hich. has been spasmodicalv,- evident' in the -last 12 months, is becomining generally :manifest. 'Thisis la.rgely fomehte'd by the ':Rural Workers' Union,- which demands a i"minimum living wage. The King recently i rave laborers. at audrin1gham an ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SERIOUS MOTOR SMASH. OCCUPANTS BADLY INJURED. Rochester, 9th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

SERIOUS M OTOR SMASH.:. OCCUPANTS BADLY INJURED. SRchester, :.th Marcih. A party. o five isited, Roclester:: ~ . Sundlay.: niiht from-'.Eclhucin 'in , ,;..mnotor :ar and drov , 'rounid the tfhoin.n Finally the party, started for. Eclhulla Thl le oar,' whlich Was larg n. one;: ,wa oi;wned: and driven by Mr. Nu.1e, aeoft Bendigo, and he was acd conlpanied, by. - Mr. .anid Mrs.: Da.vis, of the Pa.lace -Hotel. Echuca ; Mrs. Byanm daugh ter of" Mrs.. Guilfoyle, of the dcelicensed Crbssenvale HI-otel, .Crosseuvale; and Mr. Leitclhman, f Bendigo. When about. six. mnilee fromni 14ochstier, and whiit travelling.· at a high rate of speed, two of the tyres blew out, with the result that the car capeized. Mrs. Byam was seriously in jured, receiving a compound dislocation of tIhe right ankle and a comminuted fracture of the right arm. Mrs. Davis had a rib broken.,. whilst Mr. Davis severely injured his .shoulder. Mr. Nuske sustained synovitie of, the knee joint, -a bruised eblow,. and seversq ab...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN UNIQUE CELEBRATION. THE SILVER WEDDING OF THE REV. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

AN UNIQUE CELEBRATION. THE SILVER ViEDDING OF THE REV. J. and MARS. WORBOYS will be celebrated on the 22nd March, the same date on which the Rev. Worboys's father (Mr. T. C. Wor boys) celebrates his golden wedding and also his birthday. Fuller particulars are con tained on page 29. MR. T. C. WORBOYS. MRS. 'i. C. WORIBOYS. THE REV. J. WORBOYS. (Photo. by Yeoman and Co.) MRS. J. WO.BOYS. ?Melba, photo.)

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OPENING OF THE ECHUCA HIGH SCHOOL ON MARCH 4. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

OPENING OF THE ECHUCA HIGH SCHOOL ON MARCH 4. SIR ALEXANDETR PEACOCK OPENING THE EHCIHUCA HIGH SCHOOL J. Murray, Echuca, phbto. I · .· THE ECHUCA HIGH SCHOOL, SITUATED IN VICTORIA PARK. THE ECHIUC L GIRLS' HOCKEY TEAM AT PLAY AT VICTORIA PARK.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

SMP , CONNELLY &CO `,1 'rtd, Cr1 {" at' Connelly and Co.) S N?GEUMBERS, AND ' TiNS TITHS, ?- . - .BENl IGO. MANUYAC.TURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DAIRY UTENSILS, G AL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS, And All Kinds of SHEET METAL GOODS. O:UR ..MANUFAGWTJURES MAY BE PRO. CURED FRO?M .LL STCREKEEPERS 'IN 'TI-IE 12.lThERN DISTRICT. I J , AND ISER, .'TMBER and IlRON MtERCHIIANTS,' SPECIALTIES: WALL PAPERS, CEILINGS and FRIEZfE. Mn Great Variety,: from 4d per roll up to the: most Artistio Designs. MANTELPIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILID •-: :-HIEARTHIS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMBIILED 3 ATIIS and SINKS, :Also BATII HEATERS. }ZVERYTHING RIGTIT UP TO DATB. At MODERATE PRICES. ·AENTS for WUNDERLICI'S STEI?'' CEILINGS,, Eto... Correspondence Invited. tTelebhone 48.)

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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YOUTHFUL MURDERER. PARIS, 4th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

/YOUTHFUL MURDERER. PARTS. 4th Mairch. The triail was concluded to-day of-.Mair cai .Red'iweo?atu aecd ` 7. who in Octobdr last" muirdered ?:srvcn pei;oiins in; lthe village of R.edutireau as consiivctd' alid. sentenced to 20? Jea C i,.p -Esonmcit. TConceivii t" miiitinsls li'titcd for' his er. plo}i;, i afnier n'immed l aiibi-.t .RedUreau' killed: Malit' wi ai.xe.id?n thein't deo. s ;atch'edl i:. tiur-i his miiployeri's wife, a. maid-of-all-worlc;k M)bit 's mother, and thiice of" hi. e mloci:s children. After complcetiin his:.fiendish ,work: the' murderer. irereii,>di to i'.bedi? andi the police arrested him on th' .: followin, morning.] ing . ekes.: "What did you mean," she de :manded ?'by; .lkissirig me' as I lay asleep in the hiammoclk .this morninr.'" "But." pro tested .theo youth, 'I only took one." "You did not. I ..counted at least seven before I ;eirberit nd:cl Helon were sitting on the bench in .the moonlight, when, move'd by an, irn pulso" hi' could not rciist.. he sud...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

Althouigh ta.iing the: yeahr all roiond there is such ,a large demand for .citrus 'friits. sMuch as 'oranges and. lemons as to. encourage large importationa, pairticularly "of lemons, growers have not. in the' past seemined .dist posed tdlauiinh, out in the growth of these frritsi: Of imore recent, years .more attean tion is being' paid" .to the cultivation of oraingcs, ut -not of. lemons. In some of the ;,other States the growers h.ave i been cutting ouit lemoni trees for other fruits, mainly because they contend the prices 'do' not;pay theni. No dolbt . at certain seasons of the year, when lemons ire very plentiful; the. prices are low, but even 'then a fair mar ketable price should be obtained for them for commercial .purposes. Lemons are plen tiful' duirin 'hli months 'of Juine and July, and ,they bri~ng low prices. Duriing ?the summer months they. are scarcer; and prices will often range up to as high: as ,: a case. ' The trouble is that growers treat them like the soft fruits;...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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NEW ROSE MME EDOUARD HERRIOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

NEW ROSE,. iMME. EDOtUARD HERIIOT. ,This rose lately won ,tho "Daily Mail" prize for the best rose of the year. Pliuto wvill bo obtainablo. in Sydney in tho autulnh. It ie lescribcd 'as :a magnificent bloom, creiihl.ed in color, shaded .yellow at base.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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TWO OTHER CASES ADJOURNED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

TWO "OTHI~ER CASES ADJOUIRND. Mr. Faul :a '.Phere' care t wo other -cases', on: thc list. ? Mr. ;'iihall: T will atsk you to .adjo rn those .until 6th April. Mr. 1 aul ý.Tery well:

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADMITTED TO BAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

SADMITTID TO, BAIL. :On th'l aTpplication of Mr: Mritlphiytli- a'. - ciis.ed iwas alloweh out on the same bail as hefore, namely, two sureties of £300 each . a.nd-a personal surety bf ,£500. .·i ~ ~ ~ ., •. . -

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SERPENTINE HOSPITAL FETE. Inglewood, 9th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

SElRPENTINE HOSPITAL 'FETE. IngIewocd, 9th March. At a .icetineg of the Serpentine hospital : sports committee, held at Sernentine 'ou Saturday evenhling, Mr. E. :Elliott, of Mary. " borioufh,; white claining the stake iii the 11laidican Trot," which, wasm won byir W\aster.: Pavvinunt of the. stike: iwas 'withheld at the time on :0i protest: lodged against Waster :(enteredl iii the name of A, Whiteley)' by . .G.C Aitlren, owner of Gauls, the second : orse..: :i. Elliott, in' his lettbr;- coLitended . that :'the : rider `of l'rstcer had, carriied: lst. 1 i:iifccorda nce' ith. the: ceduditions of t'lu., "-'ogranmlue,... anlld was declared right when?-: hli had ivwcihed, i: ' Ar" the Serpentine clubr: w~is :not registfered, no appeal to the- Vic:.` torian Trotting Association -. as- . possible,'. the association's rules being for registered. clubs only. If he did not get the race or: stake, Mr. Elliott,. saidl he .intended to sum-. Snon the committee. The letter, which u~sed some amius...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CENTRAL FREEZING WORKS. Fertilisers and Manures. PROJECTED BENDIGO INDUSTRY. Employment for 100 Men. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

CENTRAL FREEZING WORKS. Fertilisers and Manures. PROJECTED BENDIGO IN.. DUSTRY, Employment for 100 Men. The Bendigo Central Freezing and Per tiliser Company was legally incorporated on 14th January last:--that being the first concrete result of the effort7 to establish another important industry in the city of Bendigo. The second has been the com. pletion of an agreement between the com pany and the City Council, .whereby the company has been granted the occupancy of nine acres of land in proximity to the city abattoirs, and on which to erect the proposed works. The third wvill:probably be- ,tho starting of the building of the works during October next, at a'. 'cost of -.bout £40,000. The fourth vwill 'be the, employment of upwards of 100 men at theF works during the busy season. Till recently the freezing of lambs and lmutton for export has been almost exclu sively in the hands of a few individuals. But during the past few months a' stir has Lbeen made throughout the Commonwealth b...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAYS. SWAN HILL—PIANGIL LINE. Swan Hill, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

TITE RAILWAYS. SWAN HILL-PIANGIL. LINE. Swan Hill, 3rd March. An officer ..of th'e Railway department is now :in :Swan :Hill making arrangements. for startinig ýthe construction of the line from here: to Piangil. Wheelbarrows and workmen's tools have been deliver'ed at the local railway station, and men are now being . enrolled.

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RUSHWORTH—ROCHESTER LINE. Rochester, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

RUSHWORETH-ROCHESTER LINE. Rochester, Gth March. A letter has been received from the secre tary of the Railways Standing Committee, stating .that the committee would arrive in Roclhester per motor on Saturday, 21st' inst., and stay over Sunday. On Monday morn ing at. 10 o'clock it will, sit at the Shire Hall, Rochester, for the purpose of taking evidence in regard. to the Rushworth--Stan hope'--Timmeriug`--Rochester to Bamawm railway.

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ELMORE—BYRNESIDE ROUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

ELMORI~E-BYRNESIDE ROUTE. At a meeting of the Elmore and Corop Railway Leagues at Corop on the 28th ult., the secretary of the Elmore League (M~r. H. J. Fudge) and the secretary of the Corop League (Mr. R. A. Williams) were deputed to go over the route from.Elmore to Byrne side and invite the Carag and Byrneside Leagues to meet them with the view of securing united action to presg the claims of this route before the Railways Stand ing Committee -when it took evidence at the, end of the month. 'llhe party motored over the route on WednesdAy, and as a result of rqpresentations full support is anticipated from leagues, farmers, landownlers, and irrigation settlers along the route. They interviewed the secretary of the Byrneside League at Tatura, and lihe informed them that active preparations were being made there to present the evidence in a sys tematic manner before the committee. Such e*vidence will be supplemented by evidence fromn farmers on the Shepparton side who were anxious to...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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CONCESSIONS TO ULSTER. THREE YEARS' EXCLUSION. LONDON, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

CONCESSIONS TO ULSTER. THREE YEARS' EXCLUSION. LONDON, 6th March. The nature of the Government concessions to Ulster is natui;ally a matter for keen speculation at the moment. The Radical press accepts as authorita tive a statement that the Cabinet on Wed nesday decided to offer to any Irish county the right to exclude itself from the operation of the Home Rule Act for a period of three years if a'plebiscite of its electors gives a majority in favor of such a course. ULSTER ARMY. WEEDING OUT INEFFICIENTS. LONDON, 3rd March. Recruits in Belfast exceed 100,000, and inefficients are being weeded out. The latter have formed a corps of stretcher. bearers and an ambulance unit. Dozens of aeroplanes have been offered to . the Ulster army, and mounted squad. rons are being organised. LONDON, 5th March. An extensive system of espionaoge is being maintained in conuection withl the field ma.uoeuvres of the Ulster volunteer force. - A big staff of special men fi'omin : a the Criminal Investigat...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELMORE—COHUNA RAILWAY TRUST. Rochester, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

ELMORE-COHUNA RAILWAY TRUST. . Rochester, 6th March. The first meeting' o£ the' Elmore- Cohuna Railway Trust will be held in the Shire Hall, Rochestr, odn Thuirsday. 12th March; wlien the trust will be formally constitutea and offieers elected.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SHOCKING BURNING FATALITY STOREKEEPER'S TRAGIC END. Inglewood, 6th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

SHOCKING BURNING .FATALITY STOREKEEPER'S TRAGIC END.' Inilewood, 6th March..:' A shocking burning case, resulting l fa tally, occurred at Serpentine last evening, the. victim being Mr. William Frank Lovell, the well-known general storekeeper. Mr. Lovell had occasion to enter his.store -room after dark for the purspose of ob-. tauiing some methylated spirits. After pouring a quantity of the liquid into a bottle, Mr. Lovell asked his son to strike a light to see if the bottle was full. An explosion immediately followed. While the boy escaped practically uninjured, .M'r. Lovell was very dreadfully burned about the body, legs, and arms. Dr. Wilkinson, who was sent for from lnglewoo?,, was quickly in attendance, and at once recog nised the gravity of the case. The sufferer succumbed at. about noon to-day from the effects of the burns and shock. The storeroom and contents were most ly destroyed. The main building, which was. detached from the storero:.ni, was only saved from destruction b...

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