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HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS A VERY PRETTY SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

S:HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS (By MADAME ROSE.) 'A IVERY IPR?TITY SUIT. Thet. skctch seliows a coat-and-skirt kind Sof gown in white, 'Ilut of a very -fine (and .comfortably iwarm) -faced cloth. The em Sbroidery which decks the foot of the skirt, uand the soft white frilling on th',bodice :oat isuggest :high summer in their dainti iess; as. does the little chemlcnisotte of fine :white iictI.: .Tlih big bow in front of the < :,bodice and the waistbelt are of, mirror .vel,: :vet: >i : any color the wearer-may ciooo,. : Tieicolor: ;shitdd belo relieated i'n. th, silk lowe ftrimmning' theo. hat.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

V WORLD'S WHEAT POSITION. 'Beerbohm," of 12th December, to hand . to-day's mail, on a special review of -'cji estimated wheat requirements and sbip micnts in the world for the current season endinu ,, 1t Jl.ly icxt, states that the gene ral opluituo appears to be that, with a world's rccord wheat evrop, even after al lowing for mnall crops in the Argentina and India (and making a largo allowance for the official Russian estimate being mudh too optimistic), there must bo ample sup. p.lies of wheat avai!able. Requirimentt of imnorting countries and shRiplents from exporting countries are es timated by "Beerbolni" on the basis of ip. formation available for this season, as fol low: Estimated Requirements. S:Quarters. Uritcd Kingdom ... ... .. 28,000,C00 Fraie .. .. . 5,500,000 Germany ... . :.... .. , ...... 8,500,000 1ollaind and Belgium-;. ... ... ... 8,500,000 Italy ... .. .. . .. ... 5,500,000 Other Euiropean Couitici :.. . 9,500,000 Non-European CoduitriCes... 1... 11,500,000 Tota...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. Monday, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

BENDIGO SHEEP P ARKEIT. Monday, 12th January. 'h in fnntiro n f f1n tha a,'1- 4k. the strong demand for fat sheep in the private sales, and in the early part of the auction sales. Although the supply of butchers' sorts was none too great, com petition slackened as the day advanced. Still top prices were higher than on the preceding week, and the average prices did not vary much. Amongst the buyers were many farmers seeking stores to puit on stublle, but old C.shcp did not sell as rcadily as duriug thel last sale. essLro. Spencer, Vains and Co. sold:- 14i merino ewes for John Lipscombe, Nan neella South. 13/6; 76 crossbred ewes for same owner, 13/9; 92 crossbred ewes for E. G. Richardson, Ultima, 12110; 30 lambs for same owner, 121; 186 merino ewes for J. Ward and Sons, Bagshot, 9/3; 18 merino wethers for H. J. Burns, KaInarooka, 71. Messrs. T. Putnam and Son sold:--16 merino ewes for P. Shanahan, 11/3. Messrs. Mason Bros. sold:--,heeqp-173 merino ewes for H. Burus, Kamarooka. 30/9; ...

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THE GRAIN TRAFFIC. Quambatook, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

Til " E.. GRAI-'N TRA FrIC :.; Quaibatook 7tlih` Januiary. tiho :local I-railway, ?tation ?axd lis now a busy: scene with: the farmers'. teams de iverin? whiat. p :to. tlhe pilesent '28,000 bags havo'e beeh triinsferredbya bthe Raihsiay 1departmnent t o Mdlbourne. Thhe othier sticks and hvlieat stored. at: the yard and local. shled. iaindotsin : to about " 20,000 ::bags. JIlio Wh-eat this season ais, general4y speak -it i :iup; to theo fi.a.. qstandard, only a- few odd lotsT bein g affected by siit. The :dis Srict: yield pier acre :on.; the averageo is six -tags. .

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WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. ETC. Bendigo, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

WHEAT AND CEREATL MARKET. ETC. Bendigo, 12th January. The supply of hay to-day was light, and quotations: displayed no alteration. Wheat is stationary at 3/2- to 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes are very firm owing to the strong inter-Stato demand and the comparatively light supply. We quote :-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per -ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat, 3/2J to 3/3 per bushel; oats 1/8 per bushel; straw, 30/ per ton; flour, .8/5/ per ton; bran, .£4/10/ per ton.: pollard, £4/15/ per ton: Cape barley, 3/6 bushel; new potatoes, Carmens. £6/5/ to £6/ 10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £4/15/ to £5 per ton; mew onions, Globe, £7110/ to £8 per ton. Mr. W. Cowling reports:--Wheaten sheaves. :£2 per ton: oaten, £2 per ton; straw, 30] .pr. ton; wheat, 3/2 to 3/3 bushel; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel. Messrs. Jones, Miller and Co. report: New potatoes, Carmens, £6/5/ to £6/10/ ver tozi; Pinkeycs, £4/15/ to £5 per ton onions, (;lobes, £7/101 to £8 per ton.

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RAILWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

IRdAILWAY TRUST. - 'i'he Sw~an Hill Shire .Council has been colistituted i Ra ailway Construction Trust for -ftheli acquisition .of land:; i3cessary for' t?:li coiistruction of the Siwain 1ill t41Pian' gil railway. ..

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BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

IBENDIGO IIORSE MARKTI . Messrs. Spencer, Vains and Co. report: *We conducted our weekly horse sale at our ,bazaar, Hargreaves-street, on Saturday. The :yarding was not large. It included a truck of aged draught and farm horses, and a con :signment of specially well-bred ponies. There was a large attendance of people, and bidding was fair, and the bulk of the yarding changed :hands on account of Messrs. Geo. H. Cald well, A. Wilson, J. Clifford, A. Porter, H. Wells and others. Aged draughts, .17 :to £20/15/; ponies, £12/10/ to £14; aged sorts lower; delivery horses. £10/10/ to £16/10/.

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THE RAILWAYS. MANANGATANG LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

THE RAILWAYS. MAN?NGA-TANG LINE. It is expected. that the annual revenue from the Chillingollah to Ma.nangatang railway, shortly to bo opened, will be £1467, while the profit of new traffic brought to existing lines is also estimated at £1467. The deficiency for the first year may be £1652. The line will be 18. miles in length, and "s estimated to cost £52,837, with: £2450 added for xolling stock.

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FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 10th January. There was a good demand for fruit and vegetables' this morning. Peaches are still very scarce, being now between the two sea sons, and they commanded high prices, 'french beans are also scarce, and there was an improvement in prices. A large consign ment of Fiji bananas came to hand in very good condition, and about 300 or 400 cases were disposed of locally. A reduction in prices was noticeable. Tomatoes were mar keted in largo quantities, and prices had a de cline. Apples and plums are now coming to hand. Messrs. Goddard and Cahill report:-Fiji bananas, 14/ : to 15/ per case; Queen pine apples, 13/ to 14/ per case; roughs, 10/ per case; oranges. 13/6 per case; do., imported,' 250 in case. 28/6; do., Sydney, 13/6 per case; lemons. local, 9/ to 10/ per case; imported, 32/6 per case -of 360; eating apples, new, 4/' tb 6/ per case; cooking apples, 4/ to 5/ per case; apricots, medium, 3/ to 4/ per case; gooa, 4J to b/ per case; peaches....

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TRAGIC DROWNING CASE. MITIAMO FISHING PARTY. MAN DROWNED IN MURRAY. Echuca, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

TRAGIC DROWNING CASE. - MZITrIAMO FISHING PARTY . AN DROwiNED.IN MURRA1.: Echtuca 1lth1: Janiuary . A tishing ,party,; .which lef??Mitiaino on Saiturday iafternooiln to spentd ito -day on the bainks of thelie: Murray: at ..Ti;itoinaray3 ihal-l i. tragic expci iencc,:onie of :tho .arty losilgu. his life by drowning. The company num-a beired seveeni, maid included Mi.: John Doini. nick, a ,Miti ino blaiks?nith aniid -li T:,Jhi Bennett,; postiliastieri at `:lMlitiamo. They; ciamped nair tlfe Toi'ruibti'yniy; wei aund to-day spiiea:d thenliselves i aonug the "i er? bank. About miniddaiy: Mi _ Domiiick aind Mr. B3ennetit n'itered a- . flat-bottomed boat: ivith the inite~ntion of crossinig to the ,Neiw.K South ¥Wales "side. 0: When Ethe frail craft;: was in the middle. of the "stream .o6ne of :the oars slipped from in 1the rowlocrk, wihi- tthe cresult that the `boat capsized, and'i the os? cupants' were t.hroiow iito .the .water. -i; Mr Bennett ?striiggled towar's the Victorian side of th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

£1 PER ACRE. Richest of Fattening Country. 4500 ACRES,. SETTLEMENT LEASE, [ TELL situated, open black soil plains, Coolibali and Myall Magnificent fatteninrg. Bore drains,, every paddock, creek, bank. Comfortable hopse, yards, eto. Fenced, six paddooks. £1 pe acre. Recommended. Magnificent iUNTER RIVER DISIRICT PROPERTY ON EASY TERMS. .2730 Acres Freehold. [DEAL Lamb-raising and Mixed Farming Country. Rich alluvial flats and 'good graz ing land. Exer-running .oree'. Comfortable homestead; woolshed, stables, cottage, orchard, garden. No rabbits. Fenced and netted. Twenty miles fronm rail; £5 per acre; One. fifth cash. balance in ten equal payments, 5 ter cont. CHEAP WHEAT LAND. ON WONDERFUL TERMS. 1 WELL-KNOWN ESTATE has heen placed in our hands, subdivided into. blocks _:of 640 acres (each), Freehold, 12 to 17 miles from a thriving wheat centre. - Sure: railway extension unnmin through. Rich red and chooolate soil.. Ideal wheat `;sd, all timber dead. -Each block will be delivered to...

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COHUNA. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

COHUNA. Oth January.' The new courthouse was opened to-day-, when the bench was occupied by Messrs; P. B3artold, P.M., C. L. King, J. M'Kenzie King, A. E. Lester, and G. Carwardine, Js.P. A well-known local stock dealer, named Herbert Gibbins; was charged by Constable Samblebe with forging a sale note of the value of £16/2/6 in connection with the sale of three bullocks. On the application of accused 'tho case was ad ;ourned for a fortnight. On Saturday Dr. A. Y. Nankivell nmet with a painful accident. While opening a bottle of medicine the stopper broke, and in attemptinug o knock the head off the bottle some broker pieces of glass flew up and lodged in the doctor's eye. Ong piece was successfully removed by Nurse King, but as some still remained a hurried motor trip was made to Kerang, where Dr. Bar nard located :ind removed four other pieces. much to tie patient's relief. lappily, no injury to the sight has resulted. 9th January. JMr. J. G. Forrest, of the Bank of Vic-. foria, ha...

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ECHUCA. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

ECHU CA. . 9th Jianuary Thc. tomato crop this season, while rot s-1 prolific as last year's, has boen uiifairly heavy :one. Up .to ,tlie preseit. 27,,3122 cas?? have been despatched frcm tlie Echuca: rail. way station-: b local growers: .unificipally :. Chinese.. ' The Spaniards'. crop iis: oilvy now`, xi p:ning. 10th .January CoinplainL?, are still bcinii iiaide , at thei ecarcity. of water;, in iEchuca - W?hein the new. mains w-ere -laid it .as thogliht thliat the ,supiply would be- improveil, but< it' is now noorer. than it has ever. -been :before. At lt;:e -cmeetiiig?on in Friday- i:iiguht of thus 1'ehluca Disthict nIospitihl, Dr. : Moss , roe ported ass follows:-- "'Thc water supply still continues .t6o lbec absurdly, unsatisfactory. About a culful. a .day. can. be-: obtained froiL. the- garden tapa. when the,. pressure. is good. Oneo sliudders to think .. what might happelen in case of fire, or0 even ,Were. an outbreak of typhoid to occiu"i, ý:eoessi tating a large ...

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ELMORE. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

ELMORE. : In the; new municipal sale yar'dsy ; ester day, before the initial sale was colmenced, the president. of the :Hlnt{ly Sliire Coi6un cil (Cr. E' . Buckland), in a brief. address. to the large attendance of jiiroduicers, stlit ed that ho could not formally declare the yards open for business ,as tlhy were *not completed. The Shire Council had acceded .to the request of several agents who 'wer:' unable to procure facilities, and obtained the requisite permission from tlhe contrac tor (Mr. I. J. Fudge). Ul:on some future occasion, the president continued, whein the contract was completed. the yards would be officially opened. There was" a splendid yarding of all classes of sheep and cattle, and the accommodation was regard-. ed on all sides as being a vast improve ment on the methods hitherto in vogue-..

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KANGAROO FLAT. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

K ANGAROO FLATN 9th 1 Januaiy. The ;I:01e ollf : the lk?lethodist GChurchithat: lwasupii' d frowaim its stind~ and biioken on lNei Y?l?ai vdl .ii-s a?io th- finesl t :in I co6rinectiosn with ri:thie n 'tieigo ,i.y~asethodils c?cu it I.t mcaist . S Wri: andi:i osi Lodo: I iiws 1857 s '': inclhefis ri i'i Teter and weighs 1 c:ivt 1 r 14 lb. It iha; been run- in lhe toviiship as a cGall lo worship on , ceritin week ni hts and evely Stinday during the past S5 yeais and silenced. It vlas alv 1ays9 uses as the fire, bell;`Lntil. the fire.:brigade A.:hd one. sup jplied lby, the rie °ioard. It: ill. bwiv :ian expensi~e item, to thle churchli to have -the Lell ;recast? ,Up to the presenit those -re-.: sOiiposble for- thle damuage hayves notl been traed.

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LEICHARDT. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

LEICHARDT 6th January. Fishi gin the Loddon has beeiin favorite form: of: :holiday m kin:,, and- some good catches' ha ,o beenh made::: Mi'. John Steel caught .a spleidid cod w:eighing 331T'i. M.=Ir J.T. Ferguson, of W~oo-dstock, had a narrow :escapo- from injury while returning froinm Beudigo. When de'-cending the i lumui Hill ?inf oIh glewooed-radd he :saw a motor car coiniag behind= at a great rate of speed. A -]horso he~ wasT, leading. behlid the gig started to playh up; and Mr. Ferguson pulled l'into the side. drain, anid gave .1the motorist: all tlhe road.l This was apparent Ilyv. not eiouitf, as t?h1 motor: swer?ved. struck:'. the nave of 'thA1;vlkco1.. broke" the: tigs,: on the..- shaft orf the.. gigr, nd' tLro Ithe leathel alid. thel bras tip of the point of i.:t~e s~?~aft . The- inpcat tocre. ~0cnme. 0?f:: .the sihdl gear off' thel motor, and' on the mnotooist coming back to pick tip: t. miniss- : i~:n pairts, . Mr.- ferguson gave him his. ipnion of the occurronco in plain...

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MALDON. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

MALDON. 6th January. At the Police Court on Monday, before Mcssrs. Ba1rlow, P.M., and J. Bowen, J.P.,; Jas. Deitry was charged with beincr found on the licensed premises of the Railway Hotel at 12.5 a.m., on the 23rd Novenmler. Inspector Joncs prosecuted. The evidence of the police showed that at the hour men. tioned tlley saw defendant in the hotel yard. He appeared to be half drunk. Con stable 'i' ylor gave corroborative 'evidence. The defendant stated, that a late order for sausages -had" come in the night, and he had just delivered them. Not feeling.l too well, lie retired to an outhouse for a few minutes and: when' coming out the police conUm in. He was certainly not diunk,, nor v\ias he in the habit of frequentilig hotels after :hours. A fine of 10/, With 1/10 costs, ?,wa~ itmposed.: Mrs. Daisy A'nderson, licensee , of the IRailfway Hotel," was then cliarged witli having a door' !eadig to the iEar opei during r, lrohibited hu;rs at the. sanme time. Defendanht: said '-her husba...

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A PRETTY FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

K JPRTTY FROCK.T £ho fashnos of to-lday are :certainly plIm ticularly. kind ' to :the: schoolgirl; 'foir the arrow, Etruaiglit skirts: aiid flat,.l sinple bodices wliclh nie Ia-mode jiiust niow seem to have been .specially designed .for the 5 lenideri hiipless fjiwtireI of the growing; girl i.n ier::.teens. :This "i specially true- of the washing :frock.:of to-day,: which, if fashion able; is ?ltra: sifiplo in style. Indedd, some f °ltho very prettiest-?itub frocks shown this s.unmmer. are the, models' intended. for the schooloiril'd s near.,': I dTaiie across a ~pecially :rett;y little examlple only a day. Dr two. aro~ , a.hlittle:frock which suggested surimer in . evry line and tint. This dainty garmeint:~,was carried out in a very fine cottoin crepe striped.with .i lines of -soft bright blue; a. shade --very :closely approxi-. ilt?injg to delpliiiium blue, but not quite,.: o -briwiht. : liq'e bodice was extremely: .simple and most girlish in effect. It was cut out in a shallow ro...

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DAINTY BLOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

For H0Toft D iys.=-Clihariningly',fsulnuiery in' effect s thoe `cotton dress is it is not iluito? -o cooL in really hot uwealther as s' the liglit, s nemitiansparent blouse ofi washli ing ,ipiateriail Soime of the .new miodels shown) ale t emeli ting in the ietrenie. For instance-,: a :lovely little blouse recently seen- in- a slio -r oom. was carried- out in the thinnest ·:End firest :of. white batiste; so thin', indeed,. as to' be` almost as trans parent as in ,:ii-.uslinf::. The Blouse was; of .. course, cut to 't: at the neck, and was almost sevei.elv :p :Iliti only l trimming consisting?iof: a- little pleated. frill of. the same :btiste A:, nother blouse, equally dainty but a'thcr niore lehborate in style shown .by the. ,Gal niie house was carried out hi iatiste of t:tsimilr .typo, but was cut sqcluare :at thei; ne:ck ,:irliere it was edged by a .1narIroW Yaiencionines :lace. The whole of the front ,-: as "set ini hand-run tucks of miniute. sizc,-; tle: groups of tucks being br...

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HOME-CLEANED WINDOW BLINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

HtOMfl-CLrAN -D TVINDOYW' BLINDS. Never sou" liiin en orihollad inil'i dowr bijiids to` the cleaia,;s ?it .diy-cle iii: thiem your. self: iat utioccost of a penny:-or,- twoi.aind a veriy little tfri.uble M:I rely lay .the" blind on theo kitchen .table, sprinkle with powdired ba thbrick, and rubi :well ?with a piece of clean:flianiel; re. pe'atin?'the Tirocerss,:S if idecesai y. Oie can 'buy thoe bathi-irick- in diru?, all ieady c-cwdered

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