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CHARLTON. 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CHARLTON. 10th January.' Wheat carting is now in full swing. Up to Thursday evening 17,837 bags had been sent away by train from the Charlton station; 15,000 are stacked in the railway yard, and 16,000 have been delivered at the ilrmers' West Charlton grain shed, making a total of nearly 49,G00 bags delivered. The railway service is so far satisfactory, although the staff is taxed to its utmost to.. come with the traffic. Additional hellp thould ho at once provided
CASTLEMAINE. 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CASTLEM Al NE. 7th January. The first prizo in the Castlemaine chari ties art union (a motor' car valued at £325) has been claimed by A. S. Robinson, of Port Fairy, and the third prize (a White.. rotary sewing machine) by C. Burge, of Bridgewater. The second prize (a Redbird' bicycle) has not yet been claimed, the win ning number being 33,284. The water from the Coliban water sup ply was turned off this morning to effect some repairs. When it was turned on again, this evening the water supply for a long time was of the consistency of pea soup and filthy. 9th January. At the Court of Petty Sessions to-day the court was occupied for several hours hear ing a charge brought by the police against F. A. Noske for alleged negligently driving a motor car at Wesley Hill, whereby Miss M'Millan, who was riding a bicycle, was knocked down, and had one of her arms fractured in two places. Inspector Jones prosecuted. Accused was defended by Mr. Luke Murphy. Mr. W. Thw:aites watched the case on be...
THE INSURANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
THE INSURAANCES. The. Colisoum stock was insured through Lloyd's for something over £53,000 in dif ferent companies, but the meimbers of the firm state that the selling value of tIa stock was practically .L75,000." The build inrg was owned by the trustees of thblCon way estate. The City Hall was insured for about 1.6.00,- and Edinents's stock was covered by about .4000. The full particulars of .the insurances could not be obtained to-niglit, Ibut the total damage must.. be fully £100,000,
SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCI.TION. The matches in the Bendigo Districl competition; which was resumed Wednesday after tle holidays, 'were nimrke;l b !Jow scoring. Two games were comnmenied ni tl:' Upper -Reserve,. and it eachi instance the team that had first use f; the wicket: collapsed before the ball, Wiith the result that at th-3 ead of the day's play the ;anci' batting sides. practically hla the 2naidt nhe won B,.U.C.C Northlern, in .. their .gilie araiinsf Y.M.C:A. miale a eri.y poo'dis i oplay witlh the' bat, iand were ll oit -i foi ,3 runs. The .Youngf Men pased this, icoroe with three wickets down, but :afteL. the fourth wicket fell :ctho reminuing batsni _' , failed, and ?the side was all out. for 09 , a few minuties b ·fore half-paist 6. .Conmeacles eict St. -! Kilian's, .mid:. coiipiledi 6 runs in their iniiings. The Saints at t1he draw ingi of stuimps had 81" runs on :the boird for three wickets, and consequeiintly. werei in a nice winnuing positiond :_ Th...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. VIENNA, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. VIENNA, 6th January. A sleigh journey, which seven peasants wverb making yesterday from Badausseo to Klimmbachtal, tr inunated in a shocknluly tragic .nanner. The horses drawing the sleigh dashed over a precipice, and all seven peasants were kil;ed. LONDON, 6th January. Mr. Dunlop, tlhe director of the firm o. Eastman's, meat purveyors, will sail for At stralia and New Zealand to inquire re garding the frozen meat trade, with the view of the firm opening up a direct trade.: PA1-IS, 6th January. .WVliil thle driver of a private motor was drinking on Saturday evening with .: fr:cid .in Paris a man jumped into the car and drove off. Motors-started in pur sOut, but faili to overtakeo the man. ThIe police obtaiined L d-escripticu of -the man and -arrested him on Sunday. ]Ile confessed tlhat arother sericj of outrages siiinilar t'o those perpetratcdi-by Bonioo had beetn planned, :I A gaig- of :ruffians-i wIith the ]hep of:a itiotor intended to.wiwaylay a bank clerk : a...
INGLEWOOD RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
INGLEWOOD RACE CLUB A meeting of the Inglewood Race Club was held on Friday, Mr. J. C. Morrow (proe sident) in '.he chair. It was decided to heold a race meeting on Wednesday, 11th March, and- the following office-bearers were elected: -President, Mr. J. C. Morrow; vice-oiresidents, Messrs. W. G. Coutts and J. Donaldson; treasurer, Mr. S. Symonds; judge, Mr., J. J Samers; starter, Mr. fl. Wright; decrotary, Mr. W. Tatchell; as sistant secretary, Mr. F. Nevlus; handicap, 13er. Mr. Geo. Moreeroft; clerk of cours, Mr. J. Dwyer; clerk of scales, Mr. Hi J. . ?anthorpo; timnkeeper, Mr. J. Ritchie; protest committee, Messrs. T. Hendey, J. Turpie, D. Scott, S. F. Diddams, and P. P. Daniels. ground coomittce, Dr. G. IW. Do Ravin and Messrs. S. F.. Dlddams, .T. 1Sendry, II. J. Mantlorpe,: J. Donaldson, and C. J Amseutt . The secretary (MD?: W. Tatchell) was instrucbed to arrange f:: n starting gate alid for the rulunning of, urecial trains 'Th fololwing programmlnn of events, totallin'g £75, ...
WORLD'S MEAT TRADE. RECORD QUOTATIONS IN 1913. PROSPECTS FOR 1914. LONDON, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
WORLD'S MEAT TRADE. RECORD QUOTATIONS IN 1913. PROSPECTS FOR 1914.: LONDON, 8th January.:: The: annual report issued: by Messrs.? W. Weddel and Company, Colonial Commission, Agents, has been published. The report declares that the general ave rage quotations in the. frozen meat trade in 1913 were the highest on record. Aus tralian supplies of beef and mutton also constituted records. It is unlikely that in 1914 any further large expansion of gene ral trade will be witnessed, but the. de mands for all kinds of meat will probably be but little contracted even if retail prices nare permanently raised. The report adds that there are many reasons for assuming that present high values will be maintained during 1914, unless labor troubles occu.. Should the new market in the United States develop on the expanding lines which many anticipate, the resy?t will be to emphasise the inherent strength of the sellers; who are already in a strong posi tion. The Colonial Consignment Company, in its a...
THE DANGERS OF CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
*.THE DANGflS AO CItICISM, : Wi do iot often idraw pcolo elo. t&lt;e u3 by telling them what is : wrong with r'j ; tlihm. Frindeliip dos not` thrive ori nU habitual criticiam. , And one of the ;worst; thigsg about- h.abitual criticism is that we.i; may drift into it without knowing that ib:. has boniomo our habit. It is easier to sco'; fi-l.ts thani virtues; it is also easy -for reoplo to keep away - from one who lsees ijioro faults thani virtues in his hsacquaint-i:: necs . An Lgyption proverb is quoted' a cayinfg, ,If you ccnisure your friend for.;: . every. f lt ho commits, there will coio e ;~.a?;: iinio wliCn yout willv have io ifriend tt ; ccnsutie." Tru,' the highest type of friend 4ill nobt iba'nudon :s hbecause througn oui: riticisi ;' aore i'ttcrly failing as friendi?,; hut we may be very sure that our own :o called. friendshii for others will :b well ,igh: a failureI if it filds frequent exjeS:. siAi in criticism. To be a, friicud ina mens to, live for anoth;Er's ...
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, ETC. Bendigo 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
'vtOOli =HIDES; SKINS, FTC. Bendigo. 6th January. .Messrs.. W: G-. Jackson and Co. report:-: '~ie hl ad'- a good catalogue of lambskins and ýpelts forwiardi fr our sale to-day, and had the: us'uald attendance of. buyers. Sheep skins .Th l'demand for lambskins .and jielts shows -little chalnge, all being sold at Slast.. sale? prices. A. few full-woolled 6l?iu1 Salso: sold at .iate. rates. )Hides.-The mar: ket 'was well supplied, and all met :'with good comnpetitin..: ip. -p and: light hides mproved 1-8d per: lb.: mediuin hides. were also 1-8d per Ib. higher.:: Calfskins sold at last sale prices.. 'Tallow.-The market was' again-: heavily supplied. 450" tins being- cata' logued, also a good numbei-. of casks and pipes .in . shipping order. Prices show no change, all selling at last sale prices. Quo tations :-Light: hides, 7 1-8d per lb. and 3d per hide; mnedium weights, 7jd per lb., and heavies 77d pe :lb. kip, 7~d per: lb.; heavy calfskins,, 6d :per lb. i -light calfskins, 74d: per lb...
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. D1EATRI ROSALITNI), iThe visit of the American basebal players has made thlings' a little lively tlii week in a social way, but it was only flash inJthe pan. T'hey are gone again a: ready. We started oft on Tuaesday-mornin with the investiture ceremony by his E] cellency the Governor at Governmen House. 'IThis was: a small and exclusii' function, very ceremonious and soleml T'here were only the five to be decorated their supporters and a hanidful of onlooker; The .igrave ivay in which each.' three, th one to be honored and his two supporters •marched across the room, headed by JLori Richard Nevill. was a sight to see. The; started off, paused, bowed, then marches across the room, bowed again and pullet -up in front of their rExcellenies. Lore Tichard carried the insignia oni a cushion and handed it to the. Goverinor. At -th. contclusion of the .cereinony l ord and Lad, -enmilan went ijill round the room, slalrkin "h]nds and speakiing to every one. Th, decorat...
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday 8th January. bTr. Friiiuk- A. Hill reports :-A . moderate yarding of pigs forward for to-day's sale, aid was comhposed principally of handy-weight baconers, a -fair supply. of porkers, stores- and' young pigs. Baconeis.--There was a full at tBndance of local and outsideo. curer present, and the market was firm throughout. Porkers? -The supply proved to be within require-' mnents; and all pens realised high prices. Stores.-There was a good demand lfor this, class, anid feeders operated freely at: ,rood valucs.- Quotations :-Best baconers, £·561 Q to. £4J4/; light, from £3; back-fatters, to £5/ 17/J porkers, £2/7]6 to :£2/17/6; others from £22/2; stores, topping off sorts, 36/ to £2/2/; slips; to 26/; sicekers and young pigs lower; milch calves to 33)6; small from 7/6; carcase pork, 64d per lb.; veal, to 2d per lb., accord ing to weight and quality. !Messrs: Mason Bros. report.-We conducted our first sale for the new year at our yards, Hargreaves-street, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
1N~ ii r': 'Q* 9 AOID-TEAST PAPERS and Sl:fPLTE 35 TUBE OF PEBECO MAILUD FREE ; _ te On Receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay because the Lactic Acid of formentation in the mouth eats through the enamel. After the enamel is once piercedl the bacteria of decay cauoe the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Hero is a simple way to prevent all thi trouble and pain. For the daily cleansing of the tese USE j4CBCCO Tooth Paste ia which is the one Dentifrice which overoe? es " acid mouth," and polishes, whitens and cleanses the teeth at the same time. In fet, the cleansing power of PEIIECO is remarkable. Its use suenrel white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy month. Furthro more, users of PEBECO never have unpleasant breath, The Acid-Test Papers are sent with the Trial Tube to de. monstrate how Pebeco counteracts tooth destroying acids. Full instructions go with them. Send name and address. Only a small quantity is necessary at each bru...
SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
S"SirE:? lAIIACET'. - There was rather a small supply of sheep forward for 'the: local mnarket vesterdav, but the bulk of the yard ing comprifsed .good to prime quality beasts. A fair number of outside buyers :was. pre sent, including two exporters. The prime lines of sheep met with a, firm demand at a slight' advance on last week's rates, the closing sales l:eing steady. Best crossbred wethers made from 16/6 to 18/, with -a few extra prime up to 20/. Best merino wetliers made from 14/6 to 1166. Primne crossbred ewes quitted at 15/ to 16/6.7 and merino ewes at .12/ to 14/. The penning of lambs was also on the small side' numerically, and compctition was sti'ong at prices slight ly above those realised last week. Best woolly lambs made from 13/6 to .18/3, and best shorn lambs from 14/ to' 17/, with inferior to medium descriptions from 9/6 to 11/6. A few lines of stores were yard ed, and these elicited keen competition at fully late rates. A short supply of cattle is expected at to-da...
KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
KITO1iN ( GARDEN. The principal trouble with thoso grow. ing vegetables in places where theregis no proper water supply available will be to - keep vegetables growing, and even with a good water supply the problem is a diffi crJt one in places where the sun's rays strike down fiercely during the' height of summer. In some districts irrigated vege .tables have been quite burnt up during the diy.- The best plan is to give the plants a good drenching during tCe night, and another waptering in the very early morn inug.: A very good plan where water is not' too, plentiful, and branches off trees can be iobtained is to make light shades for the plants.. The main consideration is to keep all vegetable,s growing quickly if leirder succulent plants are desired. All "watoir used in connection with household puriposes cshould be sa'red, and applied through a watering can, especially that :used i wivashing clothes. It is an excellent previentive of insect pests. The weather continues dry, and a...
ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
OR1ctARD. T:i con?titiiued dr.y weatlier, is Naving its` -ifcft iupoit fruit treea in distriete 5-whcro rrigatio;i is not ' ainhbl'e, aiindthe fruiti is "im consfiequence iot.of. such. a. satisfactory chlra~etrr A eed foodall of. rain would nowv ho?1: appPecrited ,as it would help to fill .out: . good d.dil of ;the fruit that :is in it: eixrly inmturiing. stages. :The dryy- vathl.r will also be prejudicial to .yoliun friiittiree:. planted last seaon' inlss: piroper care, anud .'attention is piid to them. It is' sseintial that tthese.: tIres sloulcd miake good root system int :nthe early stis es of theii growth, and if tl-h coil is .llowed '-.to becoimei too I:ry ? "?,b gro; vtlt: will be enhecked t: tli&lt; :expOnse of; tihe future robusitriss aiid bearing. qualities of t:e tie?- I will . advisa-ble theic fore to ?ltooah .oglily `lcultiv?te tlohe 'oil isoe tu wn tih, trees -tnd cover it *it 'i: good :hick mullei e :?wlier. uVate?:. is not. avaiil? F: ruit -requircd f'or i fi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) "IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUFACTURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DAIRY UTENSILS, GAL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS And All Kinds of SHEET METAL GOODS. OUR. MANUFACTURES MAY BE PRO. CURED FROM A?LL STCREKEEPERS IN THE IA%1>THERN DISTRICT. LJMMIE _AND ISER TIMJ3ER and IRON MERCHANTS, RENDIGO. * SPECIALTIES: WALL:- PAPERS, CEILINGS and FRIEZES bi "Great Vaiioety, from 4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. MINTELPIEOES, OVERMANTELS, TILED HEARTHS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH HEATERS. 1VERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DAIE. At MODERATE PRICES. A.ENTS for WUNDERLICH'S STEEL CEILINGS, Eto. Correspondence Invited. ITeleohone 48.)
THINGS THOUGHTFUL. TRUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
THINGS THOITGHTFUL TRUTII. Thlnmai of: whom it can be said thi,::his ,orid :i t?.stwvorthy need never striv?b'. for the reoscetbof. his fellows; it is his alredv::: ..ruth is the fiiest of all qualities, nnd .i any;-man m -ay:1 possess it. The 'niu·is, who: invents- a lie invents troi:; l)lo0:fir i :nself-: That lie will creep into. the life a~c~ ?obst unexpected moments; :it. wiill torture hii like a. mosquito that has, wiads 'it§ `. iy tlirough, a net hnd found 'he sleepeir ; `'Irut!'f is often hiddcn, but' a lic cait i r eo 'colicealed Men harp accluied much ° by atteinipting the inposi i pos bio .ri·-.·...
AFRICAN RAILWAY STRIKE. GOVERNMENT'S STRONG ATTITUDE. CITIZEN ARMY CALLED OUT. PRETORIA, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
AFRICAN RAILWAY STRIKE. GOVERNMENT'S STRONG ATTITUDE. OCIUZ'Ei: ARK Y CALLEDD OUT. PIRfOfIOR 10lth Jainal The belief enteiltairned yesteidali?:int te Triaiil?al rail ay `stial e ?:iti: atiaisco tuai? s out to Tihaive een pr?ictrnati ise It, 'A? e ar thiat ithe stoppag e -came. too suiidden; ly for sonic oif the unions butt .ballbts sere hastil? takenill and the eisult isl that the guards gu, a ncdiivers aid shu?inic ts -hai nom ceased v o?ii tliarougiiouit l: Tri ns vaa il and the Orange 'i ee Sttate All traunl . eil.cept iinail trains hlave iouu ccased c onl te Tahnd. Al piocluamation i is.i ibcu issiicld call:t out t lie, entire citi?en ari my of -theTrinsi;aili on the grouncd. tli't? i Sse-iots disturbancesl; ::.ie :inticipted!; Tie1 tHoops are now: guardiup the coal- stores. A ll is :i ie at the ;old ifanes The lea~e of aill Lpeuial Ariuy officelrs sttiitoned ini South frica 1s,: has eenf ivtlidrarxwn houigi the BLritish: trsops till be usedi only as a last iresourc. 5; At Bloei...