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IRRIGABLE LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
]RR.IGABLE LANDS. The Weter Commission has approved of the following applications for land:-Wer ribee-C. Duffy, allot. 16, section E: H. Day, allot. 7, section E. Shepdprton i'-t. H. Morris, allot. 147, section B. Tori r-ala--1. Matthews, a.llot. 51. section C. Bamawm-lE. Garside, allots. 8 and 8A, section B.
LAND SETTLEMENT. CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
LAND SETTLEMENr. CROWN LANDS AVAILABLE. :i A advance copy of the fortr:ightly lisbt. ' .olf. Crown lands availanble, which will be:i g;.frazetted this week, was issued yesterday. It contains a number of areas in the' various districts which will be apen for app;ica tion till the 11th February, 1914. Prices, except where otherwise stated, are £1, 15/, .and 10/ respectively, for first, second, and third-class lands. The distances are given from the nearest railway station, except in the cases marked with an asterisk. Fuller information may by obtained from the land officers, or from the Inquiry Office, Lands de pa-tment, Melbourne. Bendigo District.-Parish of Brenanah-. 137 acres, first-class, £11101 per acre, five miles front Glenalbyn. Parish of Pains wick--40 acres, second-class, three miles from Goldsborough. Parish of Waanyarra -40 acres, second-class, four a half miles from Tarnagulla. Parish of Craigie--5 acres, second.e lass, four miles from Mary borough. Parish of Yandoit-20 ...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 12th January. The order for the die for the new Con?-. monwealth penny stamp has been.placed with Messrs. Perkins, Bacon and Co. Ltd., engravers, of 14 Sout~wivark Bridge-road, j London. A destructive? fire occurred in the Letch worth Garden Cit:- this morning. Owing to, it is believed, a short circuit, the pre mises of Kinora Limited, cinematograph'. film manufacturers, caught fire, and were totally destroyed. The damage is ,esti- mated at £35,000. " BERLIN, 13th January. Acting upon the express desire of his: physicians, the Kaiser is trying manual' labor as a cure for his stoutness. He work's in the garden, lthen' saws wood,' later'Y splitting, it into convenientt lengths" for a stove. The gardener who is. assisting him getr: the wood as wages. TOKIO, 14tli January. The Japanese Budget provides-for a nev. naval programme of £16,000,,000 spread over seven years. For the navy the appropriation for the' current year has been increased by: £3,500,000, whil...
EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
EAGLEHAWK. A pleasant function took place 'at the Eagleha:wk croquet lawn ?VWednesday, when the members who had assembled.to take part in the croquet gymkiiana presented: , Mrs. A. Laycock, late secretary of the? club who is leaving the district for Dim boola, with a beautiful jardiniere and .a nicely-lzound book in appreciation of 'her: valuable se·rvices. The presentation was made by the president (Mrs. J.. Smalley)_, who spoke in felicitous terms of the good work Mrs. Laycock had done in -the in-. tcrests of the club, and wished her every success. The recipient made a fitting ?:ac knowledgment. The Girls' Friendly Society, in connec. tion with St. John's Church of England, North Bendigo, held a very successful lpie -.io at Cha.terbrry Park Wednesday after-, noon. The afternoon was spent in games, which were under the direction of Mr. AV. F. Patterson (who was recently appointed to the charge of the church) and a num ber of students of the Theological College. Amongst those presen...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
(' t ~ i.i^.~c ('!.A.4'sWilTMING CLUB. OPENING DAY AT MRS. KECK'S, BACK CREEK. (Photo. by 0. Wbite.l FOUR GENERATONS. Mr. John Masters, aged 79 years, f Wills. street (great grandfather); Mr. J:imes Masters, .junr, aged 52, of Yarrqville. Melbourne (grandfather), and Mr. P. Masters,.. of Myers-street. (father), with his fonRonald, aged eight months.. - (Photo by C. White.) TIJE MOUNT CROSBY PUMPING .STATION, .QUEENSLAND, ..whei.,..new machinery has been put in, anl lug.g. wells have been .sunk, to:.upply .j3r.il?iT)e with watcr. T'e pumping station is built onf the Brisbanie ERier, "40 nuiles from Brisbane, and tihe w?ork. has. been in the Ji:nds of ..Messis. ',Ji.gensed ri .and Songs, who are wvll known in -Beidig - MESSRS. JORGENSEN AND SONS' EMPLOYES AT THE PUMPING STATION. Note the native bear on the log, which has been a great favorite with all in the camp.
ARREST OF THE LEADERS. "COME OUT, OR BE FETCHED." BIG-GUN PLACED IN POSITION. JOHANNESBURG, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
ARREST OF -THE LEADErES. "'OME OUT, OR BE FETCilED."' BIG-GUN' PLACED IN POSITION;. JOHANNESBURG, 15th Januiary. Reuter's Agency has been informed thint the letter sent by the sGovernment in rep'y to the offer of the strike lea?der to. sur render was sternly brief. It gaie then? five minutes to come out, failing wliiin they would be fetched out. After this reply had been sent in, the cordon drawn round the Trades Iiall was greatly strengthened by additional de tachments of police and a commando of Burghers. A 12 pounder gun was posted in Commissioner-street, and trained on the Trades Hall. General De la Ray, the local control officer; Colonel Truter (Chief Commissioner of Police) superintended the dispositions of their force. When thee Ireparations had beer completed. Mr: J T. Bain ('secretary of the Federation of Trades) appeared at a. window of the Trades Hall and ,',rotested against this dis play of force. The members of the strike committee, lhe said, were unarmed, and they woul...
ARRESTS IN PRETORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
ARRESTS IN PRETORIA. At Pretoria to-ni.ght a force of mount ed and foot police raided the local strike headquarters and arrested 20 of the lead ers, including the entire strike committee. A Munber of mechanics at the Premier Diamond mine, which is a vast rronerty near Pretoria; went out on strike this af ternoon. 'The ringleaders were immediately arrested, whereupon the rank .and fie' aske 0-to- e -allowed to returnito .wrk, w but this :reluest' vas-refusedl.; :
AT JOHANNESBURG. RAILWAY MEN RESUMING. JOHANNESBURG, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
AT JOHTANNESBURG. . BAILW.AY LMEN RESUMING. JOHANNESBURG, 17th January. ALart fromn Pretoria, the Wen on prac. tically the whole of the Transvaal, Orange Free State, and Natal railways have re tnrnied to work. There is. little change in the position at the mines. Such changes as there are in dicate an improvement. Another attempt upon the mine line alorth of. Kimlterley. has been made. Mr. S.nuts said the proclamation ter minating martial law will be issued as soon as the positoqu warranted that course. Mr. Hoy, general manager of the rail ways, has telegraphbd -t- the disaffected centres that it must he distinctly under stood that all re-employed strikers or their wives will not be allowed to use insulting terms or intimidate the men who remained loyal. Every offender will be dismissed.
JOHANNESBURG, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
JOHANNESflURG, 16th January. It :is understood t'iat: theAe'ivill be no re laxaitioni of martial la?; inl' thell distri'cts: af fected by th". .proclamation nor any alteira tion - of lthe military.: dispositions until the st ike :is absolutely enided, a'nd nionlil- conr ditionsisare, restored. There .was very little cessation of wurk at the 'minos to-day. Official telegrams, fromn iill the principal. railway centres an noiunce that large numbers of the strikers arei ripoting for . duty. . Theli. authorities are. considering :whletbher they` will. prosecite 43 of _ the., .principal' strikers .at the Salt River i'ailway? work shops` (Cape) iider uhe .iroviisions of thel Railway Act.. :'1'The 62 d.elegates :of: the Typograp'iical Uiiion, Wiho were arrested lt the conclusionii of :a meeting in: Johannes?hirg this oniorui: ing, weire brought .before :the 'Police Courtr later in the: day. They were charged-'with a: contravention of: the: martial law regula ticnsý: ii .holding :.:nieeting ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
0 0 ' Style SSupremacy In Corsetry! I After much -tribulation of thought, many women who aspire, to a decided distinctive note in dres have found the haven oJ sali.jaclion is onlyal-i lained?y wearing French Corsets No other mate is possible to the woman who seeks the true fashion note of i style an.d.eect, because French: CorSelierres are the.? crily": aouthoritalive I :n : stylecrealors--hey have S -too much originality to w as"ire, as theo arecimi- . S ated by less experienced distAicve The i .n ?:st. aorld famous . PHOTOGRAPiERS, - ARE PREPARED TO . ISI.T ALLe C O U 0NT R0Y COUNTRY WEDDINGS A 8PECIALITY. PERMANENT ADDRESS -:140 .View - tr , lees Bencdgo mVes.Tefns.' .. rVh.C res.r h., t". wol fmu V. : >rEl a Ycý
FIRE AT THE POST OFFICE. STOREROOM GUTTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
FIRE AT THE POST OFFICE. STORIE OO'M GTUTTED. Between 2 and :3 o'clock on Sunday mnorning, when quietness reigned in the city, dense volumes of smnoke began to rise from one of the storcroomsn atl the rear of the' Bendigo post office. In: a s:tort time :there was- an?:" illuminratiiig blazd, ;which, ifter flaring for some in innutes ;was subdued by the fire brigade before muich damage hald been done. The. building wlhere thlie fire occurred is detached ifrom -the post ~office, and is used for keepinoi thle ._stores o:0f tli0: telegraphi, and telephionic :departments-': £he fire start ed in ;'a oomr :hare the .stock was not so valuable as thlat in the othei; rooms, con sistinag niainlvy .of. ins?iilaors : and-: wooden `'arms"r. or ir? oss _ piecesi for the telegraph and telephon:e poles:: 'lieree was .no roof on this rni:oi, so that' the .flames,s fel by the sroft wood. f boxea and. such intliammable mnatei'iial:ai 't?he sh?lvigs :used- for packing the anisuilatirs,: rose lip munimlp...
MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
MIATRIMONIAL. An interesting wedding took place 'at "Vine lill," -Eml: Creek, on Wednesday. 10th December, when Staff-Sergeant IiMajor `V. A. Lowndes. eldest son of Mils. and Ex-Cr. 'W. J. Lowndes, nEmu Creek, Strath fieldsaye, wvas married to Amy G. Youing, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mirs. Jolhn Young, (.1 Sedgwick. The lRev.iv R. 1. Roberts officiated. The bride, . who was given away by her brother (Mrr. iholias Young), was becomingly dressed in white silk, with train, and trimmedi wilthi1 rich lace. She also wore the customary wreath and veil, and carried a pretty bouquet , of white car nations and asparagus .fern with white streamers. 'The bridesmaid, was: Miss May Lowndes (sister of the. bridegriomni. She wore "a pretty white embroidered'voilo dress, and carried a bougqu;t of pink l carna tion, and asparagus fern with pink.streamln e',s. The duties of best man were ably car ried? out by Mr. .lenry L]owndei (brother of the bridegroom). After the weddimig breakfast was part...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
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STAFFS OF BENDIGO FIRMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
- . ý r. FFS.- . -ivi -r- . _: S Aý`FFS" .1 NýýI ,30ý" rI -M MESSRS. COUHN 3BROS.' IBR?VE LY STAFF. MIr. Julius Cohn is reated in the centre. (Press Photo. Company.) THE STAFF AT MESSRS. MORLEY. JOHNSON'S, MITrGHEIi-STREET, BENDIGO. The manager (Mr. B. Ward) in the centre. (Press Photo. Company.) TIHE STAFF AT STILWELL'S, 1HARGREA5VES-STREET, B.ENDIGO. Messrs. E. and R. S,tilwell are se"tedl to the right of p1hoto. / '(Press Photo. Company.>
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
TIlHE TRE\\E!N--RINTOUIL WI'DDING PARTIY. TI:e ]3ridegroom T' o Blrile (Mr. C. T cr).':ewern). (Miss G. lintoin'). 'artlett Bros., photo.). THE O'LEA.RY-,C.A.RODY WEDDING 1P.AUTY.. The Bridegroom The Brido L (Mr. C. O'Lea:y). (Miss D. Carmo.dy). ,'hoto I y iBartIotr erth. ....-- - . .„ . » ,- . . . . . . , .. "\.« I " » ,« j * »« i THE COO---CURRIE WEDDING PARTY. 'The Bride The Bridegroom (Miss M. Currie). (Mr. W. Cook). (Photo. by 0. Wdite.)