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N.W.B.A. RINK TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
'loe ; oith-'W, i.st ii B- n li, Association's ai:?it~la:-,iltk .triitu?alit?: was'"(. Conimeit;.ecdd c?i?f e t oiiitli ]?3eidi io ?ill eidigo greeis:i We;llcsday '.TYl'e orcens l:reseiited an hii ir. tcd j?et)lij raunce froim .iitorlit·ln :untit -lat e: 1in tlihe voii; iigc, hn the 1)lay1cry :tdjoui ar-i hli vsitdiing toaki inclided iegiesctiitivces Ein thli? lrocheteir, Ccatleinaino ai?iu flaglchawkl& clubs Tightei 'eabuns con ;ietid 'cl? idt ec iei layd thice ; g 'urne of.?]i there i;eo 48 boialis, co'mpeati.ng the viilh. ir o ; ai? ls '..w c'fi w I:. ccdl, aulU ead1 ? Ia found ? t? be in peifect dira.Ving aorder, cziricil-ta'nce wtinch reflects creudit on the g cen ;wa rs M .rp . Titly i . epueded by dig gr:egIcli i;itn~est .i was :co akenp by bwlIersvpIart : cfinrliycr, i va d fino S coh enditio Cub At Sthe coniclusiou of: theotia e on tches Neio ir?;. for :wh ichtiscnldth tElie. whole throe :ii.l o eon1ci: : tudit vyI Hull's, FDo r i:.ho ? Cock's aiif? td tColl s coifb...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
Jtiuirinq frcant. -South Bendigo's, plhy,.: in I.: "pinau?lt competiti6nfo - tld in the :rink eii.imn plioniship G?.:nleS?hill st iWedTccl ay,- the club:ib is 1::'klv: to hav' - i plethor i. of penrinants fnto fly : t: týthe end of- the: :easoi. ":. Bendigo ?:ilayers seem:. to_ halie gone af : n gootL deal this' yire., ::thiio0 being muhol. moruo in and olut lay: J: A:. :-Do: Rtiv;n cerllinly 4 ..roves thait a "good `` dcal lies in the captm-aishin, of a team , thioulti -th ioe led by L:himm on Vednesuay cosi e tit -tkitis. a- m'W arm qvuartett, . at :any iii n. To d:cy.? .play, should be very inter5stuig. A. ptleaianlt surprise to tho" receivesi. aii'd ?: sisit'tbloe v cddinag ift wa, that maide.. l thi :iiorhes o· l?t- yeii'"s LJdIrdigo A penntit-:.i -.teiin to orie 'of t tlieir , .'::nuamber, Mr (iorgo 'Tosken, i pon tlie oecan.i.o:un of. his ; i4'ceit .'nivarritage, wlhcn :ithey presented him -with ' at of :::ontreo dihes.. Conigriilitiotns 1 a gcuial hoivler -a&. 15 ibr...
EVERYTHING AMAZINGLY QUIET. CAPETOWN, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
IiVrER1YTIIINGd AMAZINGLY QUIET. : I. CAPETOWN, 12th Janiuary. Great interest was taken in .the& mieeting' of Cae ;railwpay men, which was held:. yes. terday. ^ ..-::: .*; * . - Addiesses ivere deliver'ed'-- by all tihe rT. sponsible Labor leaders. Only one speech was ii;fiavoi of the railway, strike. Mr. :-Lyons,'the local president, and Mr. Hannon, Lthe: vice-president, declared that the work 'in. Ca(pe Colony would continue under coinstitutional methods, and they. had not yet -been exhausted. Mr.: Smith,: o the Railway Men's Union, remarked that the strikers knew that they were .beaten. He added-"Let the workers consider .their : wives and children." Resolutions were asked for, but none were submitted., - The meetitig then resolved itself into a general labor gathering. The younger section enthusiastically fa vored a strike. .EDventually: -he meeting carried a resolui tion demanding the release of the men in prison, thd disbandment of the defence forces, the cessation of ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
RIFILE' SHQOTING: A rinetiopolitan journal "laat .week. midek "ef'eirecc tio tlibe next Australian camoir. foi B3isley:. :lb;: is .guite evidentithnt'. there; Will b.,no tests this y Se'r again,.". 01 ."at : leapt etýorfiinedl effoivt, .will bo n niwd 1: nwaidirs tiaid. '_e a:.. The. nei'ep vper sysa £li--"r ei diio "so2e1 : d1ittn uiiLhed .shots `sir, caunne1 -w1vel'" bo1j iq over b_, thc- eelVsctin crni ]ýii'tec~. . - icto 'al certainties :are . .ý o (Cfl~in ;wrood) and IS, ' Edwards (U _IZ.G: .I The third. rejrcs'enltative. airaV-y e Lieut-enant S. A.: tLo~ir."": Thse `liodting captain. it "is hitbiated, may ýbo Iiiauteannt -'. 'ar; hcr, t]e q P ecratavy, or. ]k Andrew Ferguson, of Queensland, both 6f whom 'have .Blsley experience. Major C. E. Merritt, chairman of tIhe V.R.A. Coun. cil, may be the commandant of the team. One of the best matches of the last Bri tish team in Australia was its contest with the ]3endiogo club. That body was then problibly at its best, and gave the vi...
GHASTLY TRAGEDIES. BERLIN, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
GHASTLY TRAGEDIES. BERLIN, 10th January. A terrible tragedy, involving the loss of eight lives, has taken place at Soldatu, a town in South-west Prussia. -A builder named Bratz, with his wife and sister, committed suicide by gas poison ing. The finding of their bodies was fol lowed by the discovery of the corpses of the five children of B]ratz and the body of his dog, all of them having had their throats cut. Money troubles are believed" o ..liave prompted ]3ratz and his wife to nmurder t.heir children and take their own' live., flt usband&lt;:: and. 'wife dressed them-??-: selves :ti fill -mioirning before 'l yingl down_-_ to dJe Squairrel an oug tl'e :menbers 'of :the family of a policeman ti Haimburig thii :norning llad an awful fecquel. Theii poli:e ." mian: was so enraged cliat .lieo eut to': thiroats of: .,is "three 'ittle d-unitelit'rs, and: then haniiged mmiself. LONDON,: 10th `January. It has: been: elicited" thtli the name of the seven-year-old boy ivho was found d...
CRICKET TROUBLES. PEACEMAKERS AT WORK. Melbourne, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
CRICKET TROUBLES. 'LiEACEMjAI(KERS AT WVORM. Melbourne, Sth Tantuary. :Tho. two Christmas interstate matches.: 1inM1?;Ielbourne have raised the hopes ,cf .criclect lovers in Melbourne. and, straiige ins; tie statement may appear, the collapsoe ':f :the Victorians against New South Watlr c l?ihas donc more to clear ,aw.ay misunderstand: ings tliit: the brilliant success of t:he Vice toriai\ teami .againust South Austrailia: T-rlie .atcliets iat- both matchecs were- satisfied t:ha Vico: toi?, could put a good teami in t he: fieli-:ifd that the one thing I'`ckig aias good captaiui Victoiiat is :i: uonat: t l enl. of 1 louo' bitter. struggle for upreimacy betvwcen:.tl \Melbour it C iickt?o:h Club:. iid ithe Victoriiau "Cri? ket, Associat i 0"'i?The .' M.C.. is i.: 'iWe.ltlihy. body3 itl?i inmembe?ihipi of 350q -and'ithwr lf:hundreds waitimng for vacaneies -ti h?':is : one, ofo the finest grounds in the wo1l,;: but it depends on the interstate aind:. international cricket niatches and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
SCOTCH COLLEG E, MELBOURN..i BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VICTORIA. Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys ha e' passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branohes of a LIBERAL EDUCATION THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGES. WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, 'PHYSICS 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 the number of boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to 80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys-in most oases for two. The. Principal has the assietance of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Cricket and Football Field, of seve...
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARIKET. Tuesday, 6th January. Cattle.-:The supply of cattle forward for ko-day's saie was the smnallest number plnned for some time past. Only 16 trucks were forwvard by tail, which, ,with the ad dition of some road lots, made the total yiarded '374. Moreover; the quality all round was very moderate . the bulk of the yarding consisting of medium and just use ful sorts of light bullocks and cows, and a few plens 'of clean heifers. Distributed through the s'ale, however, were' occasional pens of prin3a medium weight bullocks. All the local and usual outside 'butchers having pretty well killed out during the holidays, there was a- good demand 'for best cattle, and shortly after the opening sale competi tion became brisk, and prices showed an increase of from 10/ to 15/ on the rates prevailing at the last sale of the year. The good tone of the market prevailed right t'hroughout the sale, winding up strongly. The. top price obtained for a pen of:bullocks, on a...
SYDNEY FLAT. 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
SYDNEY FLAT. 70th J'uuay. Ain o. enoyablo evening was speut iit the, Old House at -Ionmo Hotel on .:1Vonay, whn: the iimeinbers of. the Sydney 1'Fliit C.C me)et to= JIake .. presentatioinV to M`li . ° WT?J. ' IHocking, who is leaving? the ditsii?ti:;;'l T.:. Tonkin (eluirnian), in a neat speech v oiced the senLtiients .of uill pless lieitwhen im stated .lho much the club wouiild m:is the depia.tingig lner.er,. who has held :-arious offices in the cliub (includinlg secretLrarly aid treaisurer for fon 'years), and has .lso been one of the leading players, hmio'ablo u nd fair at all' times, and ilways -; to1 thei Sfriont when required. " Thie ° chairinlanii' i:.e marks were supported by Messrs :F' :'aiind'' R. Dily and M. Burke. 'The :recipieit:ninet :with; a great reception on rising :,to : 're sijond, and while thankingt thoinem ierbor of the club for their kindness "to .hin?m at ahll times, gave -he young players soiie good -advice, which, if acted upon, will be for their benefit. T...
ST. ARNAUD. 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
ST. AR? AUD.: . 7ltl JTauuitaJ Nicllwl:. Jolliffo, a;,ecl three. years, voui g: es~ sou of Mr.n F. Jol!iffe, mail contrictor b twcen St. Arnaud and Stawell, met :withi -, fatal .accident y"estrilda afternoon. LoHe climbed ov:-r tht~ half door' of the stable, and was kicked oif the head by a- horse. H1e was fo'uid uconsiouis iand . convcy3i'. to the lhispital, whe ie died this nmorning:. 2: 3 o'clocl: from a. fractured skulli
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. T'lhe Property of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria; ,Established i. 1875. Principali wiLLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.,. The Scope and Aims of tnheCollege iin brief sumnlary show 1. That scholars areo dmitted to the Kinder gartbe i and Pieparatory Departments. froiuý 5 ycars of age. 2. That thereii is Accommodation for about 70 Boarders in two houses, one for Senior the other for Junior Scholars. : Special provision for little, children. Resident French and German- gover inesses; also Specialist in, Physical Cut ture.. Medical supervision. 3. That :students are. prepared for, all pub ; lio extaminations, and :for entrance to` all tlheo professional courses at the Univer sity-. The ordinary curriculum offers, a :irge anumber of optional courses, in cdluing .a commercial 'ourseo. 4. That. :Musio, Art, Calisthenics, "Domestio, :Arts and Science hav'o a promineit .place, air well provided 'for, and are under ...
ROCHESTER. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
ROCHESTER. 6th JTanuarv.y " i'ieato artinig is now. in fuill swing hiar .estiigi l? oranton having been co'mpleted-: It is oxpected thait ai very 1arge q aiuatity of whe?t wvill be s?eit froim lthe distriit tl?i:; season, but the aiftoiuit liroight intt clhester. will" not obe ::is: :laige xas usual;', for t :tli . :S; atlallan siding is draiiing a I rge pairt of the countryl which":l sent its whleat to : ochestoei in ..former years.. :It:.is' esti= '?mated. that Roebhester .will forward albout 150;000 bags, . amid :that i':about , 25O060 :.will rgo from Strathallli. ? This: .very satis factory whent ii, is ;taken iinto consider=a-. tioin that a, l'arge poitrion iof the distiiut's best: wheat-growing :country .has been: cut pd into. irrigation -blocks. The Co olperative Butt er ,anid Ice Fa.itory :hiiias coinnmenced iccminkiig tat ?the new. fac tory. The 'jialit tunsoiit h??ut alf a. tonii of :. excellent ico cvery. 12" hliours.. Theie is a birisk :idemianid: for the prodluct locall...
WYCHEPROOF. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
9th .Jzu,: LEc acli r 'th Wyciepof r Shu nd it a mote difflicult to work oi thli xistuing vrluatioin mid a )I rate. The alilance ilioet -instt issued shows that the ciintract?; for 1912 cost .£2719/5/4, compaired nwith £;1848/7/8 last year, and the contracts Imnmi brcd 33 against 21 for 1913. The total, iaccipts alko disclosed a decrease, whilst sevec mal items on the expeiediture side showe&1 an increase, such. as thle mnaintcnziance of weiglhbridgecs, pound trust tran sfeis, cost of implements, and day work. IThe TyrrelP Ridingr councillors hIave petitioned for an extra rate of Gd in the £ in order to' carry out nrgent works in the M'iallee eet lemiont north of Sea Lakce. Mr. T. Foley, of Wycheproof, lias dis» posed of his business .t& Mlif; L.. Diciksonl' of Broken ITill. . : ' ' ·.· As the'result of arrestiiig drikenl men; ioth , Constable Birtils ^of Wycleproofi. . uidd Constable Cbope\of oEaneui a were .as*:, aiultil whilst in the ececuitioni of'theeii' iuty. C...
SWAN HILL. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
SWAN HILL.: 9th January. `1713 ceremouny' of ha'ying the founduaitin bi4Cie of tohec leaap1o whicih it; bLiui builtf for Fhc riiur3 r L:y cL of 1 reema fcoul uS'@.s luer: ,;:d -Lordy l iytcrnon. 1ltcco r :L large a.ttenidance of inets.br, and risitinr, brethren.- r111 contractor (wT'or.i3ro. U rye) preaenled the Wor. Mastce -(Br. R' Chisholm) with a hba~dsoine and suitably inaoribed trowel, and he thereupon spread the cement and laid the stone. The build-. ing, which is situated in Iceveridge-street, will be a fine structure, costing about 4X1200. It will be very finely finished in side, and externally it will have a bold ap- pearance. 1Before Mr. P. Bartold, P.M., in the Court of .PcF.ty Sessions yestery, esterdcy Ernest Lacy, an inspector -appointed: by the Shire of Swan Hill, proceeded against John GiTy, storekeeper, for selling vinegar noti: upl., to the standard' requiied .by section 24. of theo Pure Foods Act 1005. Mr. Towni appeared for the informniant and Mi.. Wallacefor th ...
A CHILD'S MUSLIN FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
- A'CHILD'S -MUSLIN FROCK. Truly *at bewilderiun wonder in white embroideries is this charming Jittle frock for a wee sunmmer maiden, but it is in ,reality' olly prettily cibroidered wliito :muslin, cunningly made up o as to display Ihe idesign to the 'very best advantage. It is lth favorite. long bodice 'and very brief, pleated skirt design, and thle smart little I*.elt of plaiji black patent. leather is worn American fashion very low down. This is a really delightful little .model for a littlo girl's lingerie best frock, and is -Wotthy;i?.o' being extensively copied
ULTIMA. 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
ULTIMA 1oth JTiuaiy. Jias had tteo misforitune to rose a valualble foal ;under- mysterious circums?taf;c??: es Whei i inspected last Monday night the mare ands foal were beidi doinc w'ell, but when visit odC early on Tuesday nmorning it was fori nd i hat the he'o'i of the foai i ?iiigt fordled had been sovercd right up to the fetiock, and although tho owner has made a gent seairc, thie hoof has not yot, been found
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 10th January. The' produce marlet was again well s,.p plied this week. The condition of stocks,. par ticularly_ butter, was somewhat affected by the hobt weather, and in many cases low prices had to be acceptcd in order to dispose of the goods. .Northbern factory butter sold irom 11d ~to0 11, d per lb., whilst prime Gippsland factory .butter brought 11 -d to 1]. Separator butter; in -.godd order, realised 10d to lld, and.: dairy: butter 9d to 10d per lb., with heated and out-of-condition lots lower. Sup plies of eggs were about 'the same as last week. The market was unsettled, and prices had another decline, 7d to 8d per dozen being accepted for guaranteed lines. Cheese was steady. quotations ranging from 5jd to 6d per 'lb. for new cheese, and up to 8d for prime mellow matured lots. Large consign ments of honey came to hand, but consign ments were carried forward unsold, owing to the fruit season. In prime honey a little busi ness was done at ...
A DAINTY BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
A -DAINTY BLOUSE Nihoni ceiibroidiery and 1the finest of hy1ite silk lawln ??:to .the inmkin;g of this - dainty ,.smairt fternopn '.blouise. - The n--inon is ::of ;deiR?hi.inii bltie,i an is piretily tucked ovr. :the: shliolders, aindd the very fine white" :.einbroidery cleverly inserted vest-like in front is a very origiual icka. The deep, "frilly"- turn-down collar and the frilled cuffs are of the fine white lawn. T'te bow -at ;the nrleck should be. of dellphiniutm blue silk, to matcl the ninon.