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Y.M.C.A. BEAT B.U.C.C. N. B.U.C.C. NORTHERN [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
Y.M.C.A. BEAT. B.U.C .C.. * B.TU.C.C. NOItTHERN First Inuings.... Becond Innings. ,. Garvin, b Moosre...... IJ· Simis,: lbw," bMooro ..: .:: A. Man.cay, lbw, b Elliott..... 1Ri ;- G:. Chamberlain, c .lHuhi-.GlhcGn,: Mb oor.e .. ...: . . - *? A. Trur, r, rot out. ... ... 46 E. Cole, b Elliott . E tLethlcan; bI fy Glen . 0 11 Penborthy, not out . ... Siiddries ... 4 Six wickets for . 129 . Iiniigs dcchred c:closd. : Bo wiing. D. Moore, three for 51;. i :lottt :two fo-i :34'i Hy; Glen, ono for 16; Hugh]i Glen none for 14 Masie, none for 10 First Innings.: . J99 scond Inninne Hu~li Glen c, and bI Chanber anli 4 S-H% yhow, c Ss.is, b, Let-:: D. M?Iooia c Garvin, h b eItlcai 1 .Hvy "Glei, : Ecn.escnii;: Lethlbican 35 Trombahtn i.ot ouit ... .... H Upstill, itot out ...... 13 &n .dries ....... ... 11 Fo;.r wic.ets for . ...99 Bowling.-?E. Lethleun, three for :29 ; ::. Chainmbrlain;, cuie for 51; I. Penberthy rine for 8.
SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
. PORTING. CRICKEFlr. !BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The fourth series of matches in the Ben ciigo District Association's competition was onolhP ed Wednesday, the finishes being in -teresting in both mnatches. Thie Y.M.C.A. -4.U.C.C. Northern contest ended in a 'win for the Young Men by six wickets. The Noitherners, who were in arrears to the extent of 46 runs on the first inning?, commenccd their second innings Wednesday, and after hitting up 129 runs for six wic Icets, declared their innings closed, with the view, if possible, of disposing of their opponents cheaply. The Y.M.C.A. were faced with 84 rufs to secure an outright victory, and though they commenced bully, they scored the required number of runs w ith four wickets down, and at the draw ing of stumps had 99 runs on the board for four wickets. This number of runs was exactly the same as their first innings total. S,. Kilian's, with three wickets down for 81 runs, compared with the Crom rades' total of 96. continued battiln...
NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
NOTABLE PEtFOIr MANC *S. BATTING.B R,, Richards (St. Kilian's) ;.. . , Turner (B.U.C.C. N.), not out . :.. 4 E. Lethlean (B.U.C.C. N.) . . 30 ILv: Glen (Y.M.C ...... ... ::: $" . T. Prince (Comrades) ..... ........ H. Carrigan (St. Kilian's). ... . ?.30 BOWLING. R. Matthews (Comrades)... 5 ; for 58. J. Forster (St. Kilian's) ... . ... for 12 J. Caulfield (St. Kilian's) ... 4 :for: ?7 E. Lethlean (B.U.C.C. N.) .. ... 3 for 29
HOME RULE. ULSTER'S VOLUNTEER ARMY. ENROLMENTS IN BRITAIN. LONDON, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
HOME RULE. ULSTERI'S VOLUNTE?R ARMY. ? N?IOLG?lMENTS IN BRITAIN. LONDON, 14th January: 'The' .work of cnrolling volunteers in Lng :iaud r and( Scotlandd for serviee on behalf 'of Ulster: is proceeding apace. M.r: Platt, secretary of the British League for the Support of Ulster, states that 'i has enrolled 13,(0'0 volunteers, iii cislding the commander of a battleship, five aviators, and several wireless telegraphists. Mr. Platt has received offers of help from practically all the overseas'dominions. Lord Claude Hamilton, M.P., chairman of the Great Eastern Railway (who repre sented Londonderry in the House of Com mons fiont 186.5 to.1868), a number of peers and members of the House of Commons, officers of the Army and Navy, and scien tists have joined the committee of the league.
MR. BONAR LAW'S WARNING. DRIFTING TO CIVIL WAR. LONDON, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
MR. JONAR LAW'S WARNING. DIFIPTNG TO CIVIL WAIt. O )NDON, 15th Janitary. hMr. Bonar Law, M.P., leader of the Unionist party, delivered an important speech at Bristol this. evening. He de clared that the position in Ulster was far more serious than the Government or the country realised. They were drifting in evitably to a civil war, which would shatter the whole fabric of their national exts tence. There had been conversations between the party leaders, but without result The Go verement desired a peaceful solution, but the position under which it held office n-ade it impossible for it to take the only step affording a peaceful solution. If the Government went straight on. con tinned MArr. Bonur Law, the issue could not be decided without bloodshed. lie conclud ed by saying that "the Unionist party was .pledged to uupportv Ulster, and ,with the help of the Aln!ighty we intend to keep the pledge." LONDON, 15th; January. The ''Irish Tiimes" state;; that. "the .speech brings us to the ...
MOTOR NOTES. MOTOR CYCLE CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
MOTOR NOTES. (By "Spark.") MOTOR CYCLE CONTEST. The committees of the Motor O~yli Club of N.S.\V. and the Victorian Motor Cycle Club havoe worked out the results of the three sepa rate coniprtitions in the Continental motor jeyclec reliability contest from Sydney to M1el. bourne. The winner of the Continental Cup (valued at £20) was H. Jenkins (Victoria), with J. Gunn a close second. The conditions of the contest were that should an absolute winner for reliability (for which a motor cycle valued at £65 was to be presented) not be found, which proved to be the case-no foeavr than 23 competitors comitng through the trial without loss of points-the motor cycle would not be awarded, but the Continental Cup was to be Comirpeted for. the winner of -'the reliiability gold medal who secured the highest aggregato points in the three separate compentitions held en route to be declared the winner of the cup. Before the final re suits ,were adjusted, it was anticipated that J. GOunn would provo...
AUSTRALIANS. THEIR PREJUDICES AND AIMS. ADVICE BY SIR GEORGE REID. Goulburn, 13th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
AUSTRALIANS. 'SIHEIR REJ U .lDICES AN D AIMS. _Y DY1 C : Y SI?, G 1:.I; GE L 1 E1i.Jr CGoiburn, 1thl Jtttauuta:.r Sir: George cid, fthe Australian hlighlt Coinutissionnr, was ontertained hero h,.t night. H1e- as accorded a.i enthusiastic reception. He warned, his lieiers not to ba so narrow as to think that a man could nbt ,be a good Australian if lie were not born in Australia. Youung Australians wVere lbecomuing like youug Aucricuans. 'They werei heginuiug to feel like a man wiho had. made enough, and could live on his mean., That was not a thing worthy of the Aus tiralian character. 1ie did not expect the people of the cities to go out and do pionccring work. They were not fit for it. llhey should have an ambition higher than that of desiring to be a clerk ii an offiec. • + . ".. . +, .
GREENWICH TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
GREEN)WICH TIME. One of the most. important telescopes at. Greenwich Observatory is the transit cirele by means of which Greenwicil time is deter nmuLed No transit circle ,i the world equals this in value, becausse of the con t inity of the series of obs..rvations made with it. The telescope is plat-ed accurately i.0 the meridian, it moves up and down orly, -hke a gun, and with it, the times of the passages of different stars across the .r-.ridian ar. recorded. Attached to -the telescope is a graduated circle, which en ables the observer to read oft the distance of the star from the zenith, and these two oi.ervations define the position of the star in the sky. In the field of view of the telescope a number of, spider threads are K stretched in a vertical position, and the observer notes the time at which the star is seen to cross the thread. Observa? tionu of the sun, moon, and planets as" well as of the stars, are daily made with this telescope for determining the error e,f the Gre...
HOPF'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
IOPF'S DEFENCE. Hopt gave evidence that he kept St. Bernard dogs for the purpose of 'breedihg.. He used the poisons for experiments on the dogs. He sornetimes tried them on him self. His first --ife took the poison to make herself 'beautiful The poison in one of the, .the children was placed there after death. 'He attributed the arseni in. his father's body to the mineral water that he drank. .- . ·
OUR LONDON LETTER. Monday, 8th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
OUR- LONDON LETTER,. (From Our Special Correspondent.) Monday, 8th Decemiber. The tango has- -been banned at Court." Tho Queenu has expressed the opinion that the dariice is. unsuitable for -ballroomns, and it is stated that' her Majesty's opilion is shared by "the.King. However badly society may get the craze for the' new dance--a~:d it has got it&lt; .jretty badly-ý-there vill' be no tangoing at Bickaighamn Palace nor at any of the great houses )V:cre their Ma jesties may be -guests. No doubt a greai, many society- hostesses .will ' follow the example of the Court. Tlie favorite 'dances in the Royal ballrooms are the waltz. anrd I he Court quadrille, and even the lanceru never a,ppear on the lirogramines. Queen Mary dislikes the new dances .of which we .have heard so much this last year or two as much as she .dislikes -extremes in fashion in the way of dress. Tho "hobble" skirt was not tolerated at Court, nor was the blouse with what the dressmakers call a V-shaped opening...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
And all things appertaining to the Furnishing of the Hiome. You will find us prepared with Sub stantial and :rArtistic Furniture and ,I ur nishings, 'Carpets -Linoleuims, etc.? all easonably priced ensuring every Homre Furnijhed 'fBe'autifuily and: Eonorinicallv y. ll andl In ct k ouir Maigficent Showrooms - . ' " THE BEEHIVE"' Pall Mall _ -' AnddJackson's Corner, View Point.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
PHOTOS. of CURRENT EVENTS are required for Reproduction in the "BENDIGONIAN," and will be Paid for at our Usual Rates. MANY EVENTS of INTEREST at which a . Photographer is present are::':..,: oonstantly oocurring in and around Ben digo and the North and North-Western i : Districts, in every part of which the "BENDIGONIAN" circulates. Agricultural Shows, Sports Gathernngs, Bazaars, etc., all form good subl'ects for reproduction, whilst we always deire to be first on the spot with illustra. tions of floods, washaways, accidental hanpenings, eto. Photos. of Events that are more than one week old are of very little ,use. _ . _ ., .. , ., . . i * * ***44 4 4 4 4 4 44 44 444 4,444 44 444 44 444* 44 44 4 44 44 4 44 4 4 444 444 4*44 "
SNOWSTORMS IN EUROPE. LONDON, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
SNOWSTORMS IN EUROPE. LONDON, 12th January. Further particulars regarding the phenomenal falls of snow and subsequent floods in Europe, are to hand. 'In Germany the recent snowstorm has been followed by great floods on the Baltic coast. Dozens of villages in Mechlenburg and Wurtem berg have been inundated, and soldiers and sailors were called out to rescue the inhabitants. In many cases the people had to take refuge on roofs, where some of them remained for 30 hours, while others in boats lost their way owing to 'the dis appearance of landmarks. The soldiers had to return after wading up to their chests in the icy-cold water for many hours. Hundreds of people abandoned their hI(uses. which v ere washed away. These reople perched on dykes all night, and suffered severely from cold and hunger. Th?o floods are now subsiding. Floods in jSwtzeAland have destroyed the railway lines and damaged the roads, and trains have been blocked by ava hanches. In consequence of the snowstorm in the i...
POISONING WITH GERMS. ACCUSED OF FOUR MURDERS. BERLIN, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
POISONING WITH GERiMS. ACCUSED OF FOUR MURDERS. BERLIN,. 12th January. The trial has commenced here of Karl Hopf, a noted German fencing master,' who was arrested at Frankfort-on-Maine in April last on the charge of having mur dered his first two wives and attempted to poison the third, in order, it was alleged, to secure the Leavy insurance he had taken out on. their lives. Since his arrest the police investigations have led to their preferring further charges of murder against Hopf, who is now ac cused of having poisoned with arsenic his father, his first wife, and his two children, and, furthermore, of having attempted to murder his mother and his second and third wives In May, while in prison, Ilopf made a confession in which he -dmitted a8minis tering cholera germs to his third wife. To-day Hopf withdrew this confession, and explained that he was suffering from men tal collapse when he administered the germs to his third wife. [Hopf is a former world's champion fencer. A search...
B PENNANT. BENDIGO BEAT EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
1F PENNANT. BENDIGO i BEAT, EiAGLEtIAW.. ,' These teams. met on an excellent; free at Eaolelhawkl Wediehtday, tihe5 forlI havlilg ag somewhat easy win, by 32 point. .... . . . -::,_ : -;: : .: B tcndlgo 13- -79 .: . :L ': ,* Dungey, I1.(D. Mackay,: ; Mi i br,+. _ W . T balo w ybottersi ..:'.;. m .'.v». c c;..;^;'.;.:* - 2.1i .; V. Itobteits, 0. "I'1arman 11; ilo, J :icdinnick .. ... 29 Di relCen C Cohliei Gt It ]'cemthau T:dCo. C lhen, .' in ...,-e a .*..t -.. ,28 ^, :*' .+ L;Eaglealik?tw 147. ' . W. 1:iinside, W i^ieli., W' tatlic S^sof W . . Coake . ... . ..ayJk .` 1 :p. .: aris y Baan. rtlel, i11 ;="i C oci$;'c;e::: ::r 2" .. Iorymifia f.Elinor ". l.yo 1 3 C ^kes SJ. . webster.. . .. SOU'TH LE fDRIOBEAT , tPOC iE iti r oc listr . jountii edi _ t Bcndigod; :anld: played ai einjoyable ganio agaiistt tli. locdil club red"nesday Two irinks v~ere ted O 0u No 2 rink che viitors fiished four.j up ith totialsi bfoi .26 t2 o -22. corc - Sotlih Bendigo 56 I. Horbury~ . Wills, O. c h? l?lol...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
i OOTJALL. .A ; ineting of the. committee of the Ben digo GCity ~elub was held at the club room ,on L'hir??sday" evening; the: president (Mr. I. `I Collier) presiding over a fair atten dance.' The secretary's financial statement, which shlowed a satisfactory bank balance, wvis:adoj'ted. The final accounts in con nection .:with last Eeason's transactions, amouinting ?o £42/15/, were passed for pay nient. The treasurei (Mr. A. Raisbeck) re. orited :that when all returns were received the club: would have a fair credit balance. IT was decided to hold the annual meeting during thie -econd. or third week in March, at which .presentations will be made to two of. the players;, who will. have. entered. the rankls of the benedicts by that time. Pleasure, was expressed at .the= fact. that ~,he City Council intended to erect. a suit able, training room : for the: clb iunider thft -Jpper, Reserve grandstandl. The opinion was expressed that: as -premiers the club had al prior right. to the: rese...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
LAWN T'ENNIS. SA' ilatchli was 'Ilayad l~c.iween Big Bill a2-d the' Goldedcnqwuaire Methodists, on Wed-, -1icsday on the? court of the former; ho Methodists canme off victoi'ioua by 2 ganees; Rc.sults :--Mixed Doublcs.-R. Burgess and Miss ~ur:0sBs B.H.) lost to E. Bruns aid ýisi Pethard (G.S:), 2-6,- and :leat 'J. Mlan'oun".y and Mi?.s L. Saiundors (C.S.), t--2; F. Jenkins aund Miss Allan. (.H-.) lost to J.. M.aniounicy and Miss: L. Saunidefr (G .S.), 3--, and heat E. Bruns and' Miss Peth.rd (G.S.), 6-4; F. Jenkins and Miss B?urgcss (B.H.) lcat to E. Bruns and Miss Hodgo (G.S.), 5---6; R. Burgess and Miss 3nrgess (B.H.) bent J. Manmouney and Miss i1 S~iunud.rs (G.S.), 6--5. Gentlcman's Doubles.--Ttessrs. F. Jednkins and R. Bur .ess (Z.) eat -Mesaa.R E.Bruns andl T. :w" ** l: * Nramounoy (G.S.), 6--4. Ladice' Doubles.-. Misses- Allan ind Burgess (B.H.) lost to :Masses PethLarl au,d Saunders (G.S.), 3-6. Total.-r Gol:len-square MIethodists, 4 sets, 39 games; Big Hill, 4 sets, 37 games...
CROQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
, CROQU ET. A : siiccesful croquet gymkhana took place on otho Eaghlchiak Croquet Lawn in delight. ful iveather 'Wedniesday. The la.wn was .u caclelit condition, and a. most enjoyable aSternoon vwae spent. - Afternoon te, was prlvided by Mesdames J. Smalley, Alleli ald : ,iuthwick. lsults :--Half-ganie, \Miss Taylcr ; Fhittles, Mrs. Matthewson ; 4-ball -brei i?, Mrs. Rlallh
THE NEEDS OF THE COUNTRY. NECESSITY OF DECENTRALISATION. Melbourne, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
THE NEEDS OF THE COUNTRY, N1C]SITY OF JJECENTRALISATION. Melbourne, 17th" January. Now tlia; the State Parliament is on the eve of ire.issaibling, ihe wants of the coun _! ry_ will' be: voiced in, the Legislative Chum berscr :.T' ,.o: numbieous worksL nicessary in the i'rral distridt )will;" it is confidently anti ciiiated, : bol.rgced:upon the :ieWv State Go ic irnment.: .The prosperity :.whicl i Victoria i ow enjoys has hdd the cffcct of indiucing th 0 co1utnmuniry. to 0tomporarily. forget the ria denialblo fac;t that Mhelbourne's wellbeing :i consequent: upon good`- seasons in.' the countryv: Should .v :.oexpenrecce -two or Tl;ree a.ln :geears :t ihe e.tranvagant. and short Sigluted -poklicy of bolstering up the over 'rowi rietropolis will )A vaken the peoi:e to the ruiipiu effcect0 of u-ngiecting. the prim aiy? indisIic. :. Tjeo ?Vatt Government claineitd list cerion i-that it ii as essentially i-- if inistry: which hald -always looked to thie nleieeds _ of - the c? ouiit'ry. . ...