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EAG[?]EHAWK NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
EAG ELIA WK NEWS A conference between representatives of Sthe Eaglehawk Football .Club and the sports ground committee of the Borough Coancil was held on Tuesday at the sports ground to consider the advisability of re nmoving the amnhalt cycling track, and so enlarge the arena. It was pointed out that the track in its present state- was dangerous to cyclists, and any money ex-, pended in improving its condition tem porarily' would be wasted. After a short 'discussion. it was decided that the commit .teoe should furnish its report to a fuill imeoting of: the council; and :ir: the rmean -t time, if possible, an, estimate of teli ed6st of 'removing?the track .will be procu'red. '7:he. question of thie orection of pulic baths in the boi'ouglh i :ias agitatc&,-d :the minds of a section of the t peopleo for : n: umber" of ;ears, biit althoigh =it has -ibee discussed front time to - time, A p ractically? Lnotlung of a definite nature hIas: bee doneq:--" :bout 12 imonliths ago the c...
JULES VEDRINES'S TROUBLES. TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFFECTED. PARIS, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
JULES VED..INES'S TROUBLES. TRIP TO AUSTRALIA AFFECT E). PARIS, . 81th Janiary: ?Ther refusal=-' of ,' ules . Vedriis?, the : fa menous JrTench irnian to ight la duiiel -witli his rival;Roux, tt .Cairo, :is likely, to hado:: annioying consequenices for. Vedrines Thc tw uTlin ?? mn inct::in Cairo, alitd a (quarrel airosc di:rinfg :hich YiediiiiCe s' struck ItRoux iin the::face,;. and then refused? to,: fight;. a diiel -with?ilinit on the groun d :, that :Rolix had disgraced F.ra2ice byl his failure to, fiy frd?ni Paris to ICairo. It is now .hinted here 'that: the .arrauge nients 'to -:facilitate the flight, w?wich Veilrines proposes :to. make 1.o Aistralisa will be enatangCred i1iless he gives satisfact tion to. Iiou . Howiever, it, is :understood? that. Vedrines ill continul his' great fiigli" ·under the auspices of his. ecxployeis anid n-: defiance of :th6 Frenchi Aerial Leagiue AMI ? ene Quinton n'residen t: of the V rencl?h : ei'al ?Lgue, _lieari"'? (4f the inl ' cident on:Ididay...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
" Style... -0 0 SSupremacy - S In Corsetry MI -0 - 0 0 -0 After much tribulation S of thought, many women who aspire to a decided Sdistinctive note in dress ,have jfound the haven · of satisfaction is only at S tainedby wearing French SCorsets . . No other make is possible Sto the iomnan who seeks the true fashion note of Sstyle andeffect; because , SFrench Corsetierres are r the only authoritative style creators-they have too' much.-oriiginality to imitate, as lthey are imi taled hy less experienced Smakers. 7he finest French Corsets are the " world Jamous- - : SRoyal T RAVELLIN P RuOTOG RAPCoERS, ARE PREPARED TO V IS:IT ALL - C N TRY -. S.PERMANENT ADDRESS , 140 V ew- sreet, Bendigo -: : :. : of sthougt, manywomendigo - wo apir toa dcidd0 distnctie noe indr 00 AolL DRAPERS RO SELLHE
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
PERSONAL. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Lazarus will leave Melbourne this week for a long tour. Miss A. Robcrtson, of Beulah, has re ceived appointment as general secretary and organiser of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of Victoria. Prior to: leaving Beulah to take up her duties she was entertained, and presented wvith a' d( essing-case. The Lord Bishop 'f Bendigo has :ap pointed the Rev. W. H. Plumtree chaplain, of the Church of England portion of the. White Hills Cemetery. When Cr. W. Beebe was motoring through Ararat during the Christmas holi days he called to see Mr. Nelson Jones, of that town, and formerly a well-known citizen of Bendi-o. Mr. Jones was in terested in the brewing business in Ben digo for- many years, and has pleasant re collections of his residence here. lie is noiv 89 years of age, and is confined to h]is bed. He gave to Cr. Beebe a. touching message of greeting to his Bendigo friends. Ioe intimated that lie was "just about done," but wislied to be kindly remembe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
_____GROATS Good for the Kiddies: good, too,. for the Invalid. The remarkable nutritive qualities of Robinson's Patent Groats have won the higheSt praise of medical authorities It is the ideal food for growing children and a boon to the weak and ailing. --. , :? :--- ? ._?_=2.aT? . ? ? -- , .? __?_ _Z? ' -.. . -...' . .. ..- ._
CHARGE OF GOLD-STEALING. OFFENDER SENT TO GAOL. Castlemaine, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CHARGE OF GOLD-STEALING. OFFENDER SENT TO GAOL. Castlemaine, 9th January. At the Court of Petty .Sessions to-day, be. fore Mr. A. Barlow, P.M., and Dr. Woolley, J.P., a' young miner named. John M'Auliffe was charged with selling 156z. of gold iat Castlemaine, and on another charge of selliia.. 2oz. of- gold at 'Newstead, without being.able to? satisfy the 'police that he had co0ife by it honiestly. -' Superintendent Cal lander proseciuted, and accused was defend. ed by Mr. S. M.. Cornish. The evidenie.e.showed that defendant sold 15oz0. :f: ?.:old"at the Castlemaine branch of the..-B'ank of Australasia, for which` pendinig assay, he received an advance fof. • 14, and 2oz. at Newstead, for which ýhei received .-7. Th3 evidence of Detectives Sullivan and IToward sh,,wod that the gold had been stolen from the Rose of Denmark mine, Gaffney's Creek, where the accused formerly worked, and that he had written to a rrate at- G-Uffny's Creek offering to give him J:2'iO/ per ounce for all the...
CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CR OWN ANDS AVA1JBLLI . iu the &lt;otirniglitly list of :Crown-i-linds aailablel the following ao e a ic uhided: 1neudig?i. D°i`trictC: Countyi f o 1ai clsonc, Pa'isliY ot:Kanigdoaar ,64 hiers, second cla's 15' p1ei ;ci. :-Parish of Jf3rcianaih, 184. . ares .2 wroods 23 jnierohs, first class, 1. Lper` : cr`r, si.:-..iles:'fr8io Glenialbyn i'ail wivi tatiioi 1'iisl~ :of Natteyallook,_ 49G icres ;thuiid class;, 10/. per' acre, seven miles lirot Il-nll1 1 iiivay. station ; Parish of Nerring?g 340 e rees;: thu]ii'd class, '10/' per Se;e threie lii les. :'orn 1\tod i g railw?ay sta tioin Malleet lands, lBeidigo District. C'ounty of "',litcliera., ,ifo Prisii of . iangil W\st, 920 :ic d es, third class, 18/: per acre. S8 i.miles` froiii Cliillihngo11ah railway sta tici Paiisa of :Tyntyýdci ? ' Northl,: 1?6 ,i ces: lrood perches, first :class, £1 er acire I9: miles- froin. Swaln Hill railway sta tian Cou.nty- of arki?vaoo, . Parish., of Ginquiam; 31) 6acres .1 1ood .304pcrics; -fir...
PRAIRIE ACCOMMODATION. Prairie, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
EfiiiiihniMo?lik'rlitii, Ni;on6oXof tie 2nuiicl-needed 1imnprovements to ito1 ailwaystitioii have? bncieefted d aiid e have'ia to giet 'hliowHathei1iavy illit latiarvst nwitlkio t carly 'ictoiian aritangemnets a~ prse ii vogue here Tlie; comnuission-eis pronised cl:.the n their last:. d'coiti tou'i to lc -modoe -: li hle whole itatiou and biing itf: up to daitte buftcn inothihgA!liis::been 1done we svill. probably gi.b our:newv sstation -after clectrificationi. -.
ELMORE-COHUNA RAILWAY. Rochester, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
DwaQRE COlJUNA IIAILVA. Rochliedr,c :9th January. he vl1tc eititolons of councils .askiig:'thiht tho floihestei- Shi?e Council be coiistitutedi a 'iiil va'y Triust in -olnnectioni with-. the- El :iore Cohliiofa i ??i Tbiley :lravo. b'en :signed- by the councils "conicc'ned " (Hunitly, "Kerang, aiit l::Goidrdn), :.-aiid ?:.Weire -.received by Mr. I ;I DowlilneisEecret?iry. of the Rochester Stiire, ou i urTlusday.,:?i. M -Downe proceeded tio :.Eclihuca- byt;he - midday train "yesterday 'inii rderi to .bibtainlu the -signature of Cr. Crawtfoidz ::pi esident of the Rochester Shire, aind tliheni took the petitions. to Melbourne byli:the o:vciing traia,n -whero he will pre sent .hl'iei to. o:ht `chief :engin-er for railway constiis etioii tobday. Cioisiderable delay has occuiied iu. the signing of these petitions. The.iy were completed by Keraug Shire on 7t:h :Decenmbr, and were forwarded to Gordon. Shire, where they were not signed until 25th December. In the nwnutime the authorities hav...
BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
BENDIGO JOCKEY CLUB. Mr; Davey, contractor for the new build-' ings on the Epsom racecourse, is making much headway with the alterations. The jockeys' .room has been removed, and put into position, having been placed on up. rights 4ft. from the ground. The founda tions for the new buildings are already laid dowin, and they will be on a level with the jockeys' room. A separate stand near the jockeys' room will be provided for the riders and another will be erected over the administrative offices for members and trainexs. ,A-secretary's office, a committce rcom,. press room, luncheont room for enter taining visitors, a lounge, and an up-to. date kitchen will be included in the new buildings. A scratching board of the latest pattern will also be erected. After the summer meeting next month the present .secretai's office, etc., will` be removed bodily to the north-east of the main grand, stand, and will be remodelled as a luncheon room. When all is completed, the lawn wil be raised 4ft....
GREAT FIRE AT PRAHRAN. Melbourne, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
GREAT FIRE AT PRAHIRAN. Melbourne, 11th January. The largest fire ever known in Prahran, and one of the greatest that has occurred in Melbourne for many years, took place shortly after 1 o'clock to-day, when the Coliseum (Treadway and Co.'s huge drapery and general supply stores) and the new City Hall, which was said 'to have seating accommodation for 15(00 peo ple, were reduced to a mass of ruins, whilst seven or eight other premises were destroyed or badly damaged. t ii -hours were spent by the fire brigades before the fire was thoroughly extinguished, and this evening, what was originally an acre of fine structures was nothing more than a shapeless, blackened pile of steel girders and iron and broken bricks. It is estimated that the total damage is £l00,000. The Coliseum was a fine brick building, three storeys high at the front, and two at the rear, which faced : Macquarie-street. T'he new City Hall, facing Greville-street, adjoined the Coliseum at the rear on the north side. On...
LATE COUNTRY NEWS. CRUELTY TO A BULL. Echuca, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
LATE COUNTRY NEWS. RiTELTY rO0 A BULL. ca ;}i tlii' 12tgJa9u1Ii y :cd-.riol- :Yoiug.' firmei4,-of':illet i, wat Ical geclu it =the Police :Curt tit-lay;g ,eil ::Lr+?k. PiL . tif? rtol. i DP.M, with ,eWuht ; to o buill `belonging to' Mi'.Wa lteri lieni ' ly, fatiirit i of Ler:chitei Soith l'7ie e-vi diee show ed tl?it tIhe bull: hiad ,:tries id'a. ' olfeidaiit d lal.d ?-?indthat ]io h:ad hot tt-'th ie s w~iithi g in 180 olbe k nlibrk 'an foind in the ainiual s ruip wc i ul??riirt dTto thle oner :s Pu:ifl i? a ttinl?t was ?'iade b;!:defeuidint tto s:hoiw that the -animailwa Wi'' "tngerous ocile buto Yo"li a dmitted h ti li, thc:ad clhased. it for: oine co;iild?eiaC ( timne in: his jaddock ii 0M. atteniut to b c 'rei it aw redy :before h1 1 fi:ed ,ti4t:i ? he iditchd imiposed i ;fine b of 10;: ith £1/l/ coits. Mir . C .11, CIinpbell tp pcred~ doi nielialf ofith Society foi the Pioteolion of Anim2als THE LIARS EST. Elinxore, i2th Ja'iLatLj The calting ofit thie liar est i15e now :n full...
NEW ZEALAND CRICKETERS. MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. EASY WIN FOR VICTORIA. Melbourne, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
.NEW ZEALAND GRICRICKETERIS. "MATCH AGAINST VICTORIA. EASY WIN FOR VICTORIA. Melbourne, 10th January. : The game between the New Zealand:: cricketers and a Victorian eleven was conii tinued' on the M.C.C. Ground to-day in do-.: lightful weather. In their first innings thel New Zealanders made 1i1, while the Vic torians had lost five wickets for 235. Shortly after 6 o'clock the New Zealandcrs,: were dismissed for 188. Victoria won by an innings andl 110 runs. There were 4,726. people present, and the takings amounted to £101/7/. The total received for the .twoi days.. of the matclh was £156/6/. Scores-:` .NEW ZEALAND. -,First. Inniings . .. .... ... .:141. Second Innsrigs. :eese, b M`Donald Elkmot,:st Carkeek, b Lam - Hemus, b =Airmstrong . ' 19 Sneddon ;c Kieriian, b m; . pard:. .51 Suckwell, not out . 19 Sandinan, c. Kiernan, b Mat- ' the ws :..6... ... ... ... ... .... 6 Patrick, run out ......... 8 Carlton, c Armstrong, b Willis. 21 Robiuso", st Carkeek, b Willis 4 Boxshall, run ...
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. S. AUSTRALIA. FIRST DAY. Adelaide, 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. NEW SOUTH WALES V. S. AUSTRALIA. FIRST DAY. - Adelaide,- 9th January. STeams representing New South Wales and :South Australia met on -the Adelaide Oval to-day 'in fine warm weather. The home team included Clem Hill and Whitty, who did ~ not visit. the eastern States, and fill, . h0"o was:: selected as .captain, won the toss. The South Australians compiled 189, Steel (42) .being top.: scorer. *At the drawing of stumps: N.S.W.:; lud lost three wickets for: 9o runs. Scores:- SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings. -Mayne, c 1`K"ew, b K"ellevwa3y. 10 Crawforid, c ;.Collins, b Massie =1vi,. Steelc Cottei, b Massie..... 42 Chambeilain; b Massie:.., . .1 -C . Hill c M'Kew, b .Kelleway ?72 Pelleiv, c ro.ud b Massie 9 .Kirkwood, ot out ... . . Smith, b Massie.. 11 Whitty,. b Massie .... ... W: inser. b Cotter 23 Sundries ... 3 Total.. 189 Bowling.-Massie. 26 overs, .2 maidens, 68 runs, 6 wickets, K1elleway;.::22 ;ovfers;., 0G;=: maidens, 65 .runs s,:3 wickets; I .Cotteri;" 5=...
LIFTING THE VEIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
LlFT?fNGC: THE VE]IL. ' -\The ilnaginatioii of a man waits upon your rk in the expectation tl?at any moment the Fdicial profession, will stimulate the thought d quicken the pulse of mankind by liftmin till further a little coiner of the veil to show us yet a little more of what previously has been mysterious, unexplained and unintel ligible.-,Sir Edward Grey.
ONE VIEW OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
ONE VIEW OF EDUCATION. 'Most of us are so full of admiration for the high standard of literature attained by our countrymen in the past that there has bceen a strong prejudice against efforts to direct the teaching of children to strict ly commercial education. But more and more it is being borne in upon the think ing members of tho community that, seeing ve live and gain our livelihood by com inerce, it is most necessary that we should direct the education of our children to the end uOf making themn thi best and finest commercial men:*, ad women.-Mr. Isidore Salmon.