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NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. NEW YEAR'S EVE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. NEW YEAR'S EVE. :The city had a very animated appear m'ace Wednesday, when all the business houses remained open till a late hour, and. throngs of people paraded the streets. -At' the passing of the old year and the entry' of 1914 therb was the usual demonstration in the streets and throughout the city. Firearms, bells, and steam whistles, cheer ing and singing and-many other sounds helped to mark the departure of 1913, with irt varied experiences and the commence ment of a new cra, with all its possibilities. .The usual watchnight services were lield- at tihe chuirches, while in most dwellings opuen dolrs and lighted roomis indicated -.that: the ocup nts were remanining ,up to: see, -thuatthee new year way safely launched:: T`]ie .:critical :noment over the. city : soon: passiied ito peaceful repose.
BENDIGO CALEDONIAN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
--BENDIGO CALEDONIAN SPORTS. Tiere1 is no doubt that the Bendigo ·'Cal.cbii in Society is mnaking an earnest. I__effort to cater for the holiday spirit in Ben digo oi, New .'ear's Day. The 9th annual Highlaind gatllering, held in the Upper Rc se?v:I Thitidayjr ??as ~ pronounced success.. rphis gatiheriun °is :oiiW becoming popularly ki.onwii throug!iout-tlhe:district, and a pleasK i feature' is:: the increasing inumber oft} :i?i1ti0riti.- bringing. to the city every N:: YnN,: YThi"vs D; e y Bendigonians are also .e: cognising l the .society's effo-ts more :each ye:ar by patronising the sports, and the zcarnir as: ; , a proiisino futureil: TLe bra.issi bind costesti. introduced ia few `years ago i.has iroived a ?popular; adjnunct to t he srorts Althoiughl this year only four liibands comfipeted;. the contest was: highily satisatfac=. -torty :frion a spectacular potint of view, ald inrg color and -tone in a very literali sense to thle proceedings on . the. oval. The ait tfcidance was ...
NEW YEAR'S DAY. PLEASANT WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
NEW YEAR'S DAY. - PLESANNT WEATHER. :Once a'gain 'he New Year has commenced with fine weather. Whatever disadvantages i:holiday-makers may have had lto conte d with Tliureday, ths;re was certainly no roo.; for complaint about the weather. It was a. afine summer day, and although the rays of the sun were felt during the afternoon, a south-westerly breeze kept the atmosphere clear and fresh, while the temperature was not high. Every year New Year's Day is offering a greater inducement to citizens to,- remain in town. The attraction in Ben digo is the I'.endigo Caledonian Society'n Highland gathering, which includes a com-:n prehensive .sports programme and a brass band contest. This carnival is growing in popularity, and while it is bringing vlsi tors to ]3endigo from the surrounding dis tricts, it- is inducing more people to stay in the city. 1A goodly number of Bendi gonians went to Castlemaino to spend theA-: day, the Charity Carnival in that town' being the chief attraction. The p...
THE BAND CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
THE BAND CONTEST. Of all musical competitions, band con tests appear to be the most popular. lBen. idigo, as an important city, and the centre of -a :large and prosflerous part of Vic toria, should lie :a suitable and convenient pl]ace for a band contest, drawing competi tors from all diretions. Ther annual band contest held in conjunction with the Ben digo - Caledopian Society's sports gather ing, should therefore have a prosperous future, The contest was held 1n the 'lT'per Reserve, and the interest mani. fested in the performances o-t the' bands showed what a' popular part of the car nival- the contest was. There were four bands competing, namely, Richmond City, Vice-regal (Fitzroy), ' Ehuca Federal, and ]Jopetoun (Bendigo). It was unfortunate that Bendigo was only represented by one band.' Last year thi, Marist Bros.' College Band took part, and would have done so again :on this occa73ion but for a disrup tion which ,temporarily disorganised it a short time ago. With the improve...
THE PAST YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
1 TIE PAST YEAR. The year 1913 was again a year of peace to far as theM Great. Powers of the world were concerned, ibut thecobilict between ith -allies who had successfuilly. opposed Turkey. :furnished .a terrible example of the horrors f 'war,. The imanner in which: towais :and territory wero laid. w'asto, an.d ivoieiin and childiren, . well as soldiers, were mas ssacred, was' a" sad. commentary on the boasted civilisation o the 9Oth -century, and pointed unerringly to the need for the adcption of irbitration rm the settle m .nt of international disputes In Grea Biitain thci hais been- a gcat- deal ;of turmoil. Tho Home Rule cjuestion as been the (cauo o- m-uc : i unrest iidt. he ne ' yenr opens . ithl the issue still in doubt, though the scheme has been prcticall ra d b Parliaent Several serious strikes hmave caused a gieat deal of suffer ing oanl less and the suffragettes have continued in their vain I endeavor to in convert-s to thleir :cause by acts of lawless ness In Aust-rali...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
Situations Vacant, Wanted. ],;ANTED for Hotel in Balranald, N.S.W., T ý near the border one day's journey from Bendigo, Housekeeper, also good Cook and Waitress, assist house work. Reply stat ing wages; must have gocd references. Ad dress, "Employer," this office. -- m m m no m m mm nnm m m , n• m Special. Con onto iweaulthb . *" anhk of australia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at SSydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville and Londoni. SCable remittances !inde to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of crelit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Bankiing and Exchanie Iusiness of every description transacted within the Common. 'wealth, United hiitndoi and abrond. C:uirent accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made agail...
WATER STORAGE SCHEME. SITE TO BE TESTED. Melbourne, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
WATER -STORAGE SCHEME. : SITE T0" B1 TETETD. M- elbourne, 31st December. -Ne.v.= Soiitll Wales andl Victoria have each a reled to ?pryoide .£1000 to test by diamond dr ill boies 'aid shaft-sinking the site of Stl 1 ieniroiosed water storage area on the Upper 'Murray.. This arrangement has "ust .b-ee?u:arrivcd at by Mr. W. A. Holman I(P?iienir of New South Wales) and Mlr. W. :;. Wiatt (Premier of Victoria). Workl will b -:starited early in the new year. ;i?iltnlie matter was last discussed at a c]ife?neice it.., was felt that in view of the liicssiblility of aii airangement between Com iuonwealthl and States with regard to con se irvation: f IMurray waters, the two States :dii ectly interested should be better in-. =:-fomniedmd- as to'cost of up-stream storage pro jECts t?: was agreed that the chief en gineers should confer. They did so, and the suggestion made tentatively by Mr. \ ?'att has "been .adopted.
PRESENTATION TO DEAN MACCULLAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
PRESENTATION TO DEAN MAC CULLAGIf. The congregation at the watchnight ser vice at St. YPaul'a Wednesday, filled tim church. The Very Rev. Dean MacCullagh was assisted by the Bishop of Bendigo (Dr. Langley) and Bishop Sadlier, of the Diocese of Nelson (New Zealand). Bishop Sadlier .:lreached an appropriate sermon,_ Referring to the Dean, Bishop Sadlier said the people of St, l'Paul's should be the most grateful congregation in Aus tralia. The Dean had probably the longest service of any minister in the church in Australia in one parish. Forty-three years had been spent by him in the interests of the people of Bendigo. That life would never perish; it would live on when the Dean himself had gone. He (the speaker) looked back over the years since he was a curate under the Dean, and he knew that the fatherly advise. the tender care, and the 'loving service that had been given to him by the Dean had been given to the :people of the parish. When he .was leav :ing for a" new country,: and ...
SNOW IN BRITAIN. THOUSANDS THROWN IDLE. LONDON, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
- SNOW-IN .IRI'IAIN' 'THIOUSADS THROWN IDIE LONDON, 31st Dcceiuljer.a SSrow,- frot-t and ice exist everywhere in Gieat sBrit in .aind several thousand incin emplbyed. a-'t the slate and. stone qarries: in Wales hia.c been thrown idle. A pensioneri vho was overtaken in Rad ilorsrie , Wales, perished.. Snowstorms have disorganuised the C3iau: c I tiraffic. SMssages firom .Pais sttehate t the .Seiud is swollen, n, d ]i river service has been' suspended as steamers are -unableA to pas. uenenuthi the bridg's.;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
MPORTER Of AIR1 BEDS and CUSHIONS, ENEMAS, SILK ELASTIO, STOCKINGS, ]BANDAGES, G AL VANIC I - BATTERIES, SABDOMINAL CHEMISTS BELTS, TRUSSES, And SURGICAL APPLIANCES GENERALLY. SEND PRICE LIST. Forwarded Post Free. ORDERS. T3Y POST Promptly Attended To and t--,acA Despatclehd on Day of · Re ceipt. 280 /.H pBOURKE ST,, MELBOURNE. UfANCII PIIAR IMACY, 111 COLLINS STREET. PUDIO OP.MAIDE, tor the head, strikes :infestihg ?eoi;min dead. One application de. stroys ~vermin, kills -,nits, heals sores, cures ringwrin. All chemists. Small, 1/; large, 2/; extra large, 3/6. W. A. London, Bendigo. and J.' Lay and Son, agi.lehawk, sell Pedio; and packed with nit comb. 6d extra. WOlRMS. THE CtHI ARELN'S ENEMY. Undoubtedly there is no greater enemy to, tho IHealth, .Ialapiness, and Coiifort of chdldre,; than the prcsence of WoMn'tms. * Parents should hbe on their guard if `a child shows any of the marked symptonims such as Disturbed Sleep, Grinding of the Tceth, RIcstlessness, .Irritation,: and- pic...
POULTRY NOTES. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
POULTRY NOTES. iBy "Ieathecr.") TO COIRRESPONEThNTS. 5T. S., iMyers' Flat.-L. Any self color.: 2. Sickles broad an:d long. 3 and 4 Yes. HTINTS FORI POULrTRY -K1EPIERS Kill a'll wry and siifirrcl-tailed biruds. (ct rid of all the old lien' now. Cull the liock. Keep the young stock growing nd freo front disease: SLupply grit and green food. See tiant ithe fowls aire free,. from: lice. Provide a dumst bath .aid use Pedic porn Keep tlhe drinkiwg water in the shade Now is thli t:ime to dub young: gan cockerels. Old. Engclishi GOeine is 'a, good Il r?round fowl. When fot' is donIt p av it is a sure ign ,f biad main, ement?? Gather- eggs dail and keepi tlio eggs cool. LDon:t wt :i;W ?ttu e on poor stocl piei the best :?mid: you will have tho best re turns. Buic y ;fro in iome liable bo: ce?r.:: Don't piicr up youi foundattion stock` iu naiy back vaird The Minorc' owl' m one of The gicmn attirbt .ie fowlf of thi Mcliterrnucanu fainily iidl a, spledid ? lyer of largce ?F?itti oeggs. IThe fol...
JUNIOR PUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
SJIou PIPJBLIC;. Benidigo candidates passetd as ffollows Arithnetic:(passed with distinction)iiBeninett, . Bishlop, fBlaikie, S0. Blime, L Bair, II H .:: Bywater, Cllanibeis, ;Chancellor:,. A. Clough, L. Cor nishl F ? G Cuuins; L Debney, Evans, S· Grit,:Grt;Gay, M.: Greer, C. Hall, Hart, Mary Hogan, Housten, :-Kedge, D. .Lees Irene ; Owens lWiiinie Pool0 A. Rawlinson, IReyiiolds.:? L. . Ryan, Spence, S. Stielow, L. Stilwell,'B: B:Stuidholnie, ..B. Tredinnick, A. TiTegaIlas: `IM; Vinnicomlie, H. Weber, ~Passed-. Tl; Brady. M. Cook, Davey, O. Dow?nit;i C: Duistan, Harvey, Henry;: D. h?iiter,:- RI.: Jones, T. Kennedy, Mollie ' "Laffai;-, G. ILeach, M. Lightfoot, A. Light ~foot ?.fP; .I Mitchell, M. Moresi, -V. H. New man :.- :Philps, Stevenson, W. Tregallas, :nliiie anderseen, Waldron. Geography IPased ':vitli distinction-D. Lees, S. Stiec :'-o6wV.; Passed--S. C. Blarney, H. 'M. By wvater,;: A. Clough; L. Cornish, F. G. Cum ` min-, Davey, L Debney, O. Down, C. ,Dunstan. E. Grant, C. Ha...
ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
-ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. MACKAY.) ["The Annals of Bendigo" from 1851 to 1867 have been reproduced in- book form. and copies may be obtained at this ofce The books are profusely illustrated, and or at the local booksellers', price 1/ each. contain folding sheet's representing Golden square in 1851 and Pall Mall in 1857. At a future date the periods 1868 to 1890, and 1891 to date will be reproduced in the same way. The postage on the Annals per book post is one penny to any part of the Coln aonwealth.] THE BENDIGO LIEDERTAFEL IN OPERA. THE PERORMANC OF "PINAFORE' IN 1888. ýACK ROW -Miss A. Gollmick (Josephine), Mr. F. Macoboy (Ralph 1Rackstraw), Mis, Forsyth ( bche), Mr. M. Macoboy (Sir Joseph Porter), Miss E. O'Flaherby (Little Biurttercup), Mr.ý L. L Gerriann (Captain Cocoran). R.ONT ROW.- Mr. G(. Pnllett (Bill Iobstny), Mr. I1. Moiiaglian (conductor), Dr. Penfold (iresident), Mr. II. M. Marks (stage manager), Mr. A. Tawse (Dick Deadeye) 'rlienJ i~o oLicdertape1 ';wis:- established...
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER VI. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
[ALL rIGHTS ItESERtVED:]. THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY, BY SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY !T. Author .of "The IIeTress of the Searson," "'The Red (Yhancell): " "The1\aiteri Spirit," Eto. CUAPrI'ER V. (Coatunuedl ) "Accordin;;gly I returned to _Fli mbl adl and tthung about the garden; i rresoilte in1 half afradia to meet the old maun. sutii "s ly my cousin, Rose, came along:'r : h, d a:-. talk together, and she said she?,oild go and speak to her uncle,, and see ;lia?i she could do to soften him in .my= f'~'o'ti? We made an enga.rvlent to meet 'i(: couple of hours later. I hung aliout for tlia-t time:: and we were both punctual at the appoinite. mnent. My cousin told ncm that Uncle 'Lule. Swas obstinate as ever, and, for fear of' making matters worse by at?guing .withl'. him, she had thought it best to leave himi alone on realising how lhope ess: it. was _to : try to soften him then. Slihe advisddtd2n; to. 'write him a. nice letter in t:.L a ofi'r:" " preparatory to comning down iihere again,:-., 'There...
THE NOVELIST [COPYRIGHT.] [PUBLISHED BY ARRANGEMENT WITH THE PROPRIETORS OF "THE AUSTRALIAN WOMAN'S WEEKLY."] THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME Being the True Story of Mary O'Neill, told by herself, and written from her memoranda by HALL CAINE. Author of "The Deemster," "The Manxman," "The Christian," etc. ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEENTH CHAPTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
[COPYRIIGIT.] tPUBLISUEDB3Y ARRANGEMEINT WITH THE PROPRIETORS OF "THE AUS TRALIAN WOMAN'S WEEKLY."] THE WOMIAN THOU GAYEST ME Being the True Story of Masry O'Neill, told by herself, and written from her': memoranda by HALL CAINE, author of ,"The Deemster," "Theo Maiinx :man," "The Christian," etc. 0NE iUNDRIED AND SlXW.'lu ·.T :TL :- :"=T -.AIIAPTID.1] July- 25 -Thie :old doctor birouight inic* sic:ii sad and art tlinoi g news to-d cy My hour father .ii-i de id-died yesteiday, aiter n opeiatioai wliich .he had defeiirred too lonig refusingto bealie?' it niecesary. The dreaadul r itc?, has .hithIerto been ieb cecret n.t1,oi:iuly: froii me but from .i evry body, oudi.t f fe.ai r of legal proceedings iario;?: ing from the .failuro of banks, etc? , :w]ici?i ltai brought the ihol e. island to .the ergo of talcuhriuptcy. He .was b uried this morning ati old .roaiy'sý--ver'i'y eai'ly, almost- befoir da break, o' :i' t : iconvenieiice o the Bishop, .\ib':wished to catch;: th lirst t e. - e ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
FROMg A BAD BACK TO KIDNEY BREAKDOWN. --DROPSYT, GRAVtEL-STONEj, LUMBAGO, OR. TORTUROUS I3LADDER TrfOUBLI.S-IS NOT SO FAR AS_MANY SEEM TO TIINK. STenderness and pain in ithe back and loins, rhenmat,ioc twinges, gravel, url S' ;ary diszorders, puffiness tnder the eyes or. in the r.nkles, swollen limbs, are 1 symptoms wlich dare ndt be treated lightly, for. they show that the kidneys Iare ill., Wlien the kidneys are ill every vital erganii;o th bondy is in great 1danger.: A.nd if lielp is not soon forth ' coming te idneys will gradually load their: powoerof filteing the blood. Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are the most successful medicine for kidney disorders, becanso they.- rte for the kidney s, and -for tihe kidneys only. They getler lead them back to health.. Saved r resto api &rte lsral regulsriLty to the Mrs. E. oadi, hurch-stret, iaglehswk, a3ndio flush ou t liquid nowpur t.e y bachro hve hed e. They always d cth sed medid iddnecin for Well I ot ns Backache Pill a ndhey e...
PRISONER'S SECOND ESCAPE. SURPRISED AT HIS WEDDING. Melbourne, 4th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
:PRISONER'S `SECOND ESCAPE. SURPIRISlD AT HIS \\E DDINxG. SMolbourne, 4?11. Janitar.: TJohl Clirlie the ipriisoneL ivho escapo d fhom: the City ? o?i·t n i:tduple of :iweeks ago, 'reed himnself fTolr egýal custody agaLU on Satuirdaiy ight in i remirable c-r.irti .staices Whe iithe aeused 'au t iken to t h coirt oni a cliae of steealiig two` bt i. of Wool ::oa "oman Who 'avis said- .to ' he hivi we ivas also chaioect with klm n .auc3 she wass "enilanded .?nd adnitted to? b.'r lien it wva s found ithat Cl-ake had dia pEared Th 'detectiies say chat they 1 ov rcason to, believe th1it the woman v' ? -t Glaik's a Wife On Satuiiday nigiht Dete 'tives i i ci c'r .and Bhinnon received iiifoi, atioiio , a:' .un an : Miering :- the? deceript0on f " (lar.e; Ewas to be niarriied that igoht in a houlb se in a: subuib' adjacent to ` the city .T he w oit to the houlitse shrtly biefore the time ie hixid i'oi* the cereoinoziy, and wexw sieodred i?1 a romL. inwhii?h:icit- a aii?. ingeIe t:lht the brid...
ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. AUSPICIOUS COMMENCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914
ST. PATRICK'S SPORTS. AltSPICIOUS COMME:NCEMENT. The preliminary stel: in connection with the holding of St. Patrick's Sports for? 1014 were t~ieon Sunday afternoon, when a largely-attended meeting .was held in .St Eiliiin's Hall. The Bishop of Sandhur?t (Di. '!cvilic) presided. Hlis Lordship, in opening the- proceetl ings, said he was pleased to see suck a representative ggtheriing, : Theyt lid :ith ' t-hemi" the veteraiis .wh1o had hborno the hata t. :tir.d burden [of the day- for maniy years, ; lau. Salso the oling men ~,lho were full of hope and co6urage-tLwo essentials w hich 'workte for the success of any mlovement in which they might be engaged ; No m?ovement de served the sympathy and support of their o:wn. people miore than that in, which' they wvero then engaged, viz., ;tlie placing on a -solnd footing of Stt. Patvick's Sports gathcur '11i- for 1914, which, ais they knew, wais for -'he support: of- their scdools • ), - I:: : I Lordshipa thein pro?posed tlhe electitin .of,'...