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MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED. BEAUTIFUL WOMAN'S END. BUDAPEST, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MURDER MYSTERY SOLVED,' 3BEAUTIFUL WOMAN'S END,. - .BUDAPEST, 12th Janual A' .i:nelegant travelling basket, conf ninathei body of a beautiful woman, been: washed up-on the -bank of the Dan :There aie indications that the vi tvas either poisoned. or suffocated bj gag. A chauffeur has .identified the bodj that of a,- lady. whom.-hey; had driven Friday evening to Ofen, where she ent a:.housei whichl , Ie ,is now: .-unable to r, Larly on Saturday a.;market woman a inan and a i .womagn `in the street refe to :dragging r °.'?: heavy travelling basket wairds` the Danuilbe e iFootsteps of a. abid: woman ihave? been discovered clo the. spot: where?: thie:: bsket containing body was found 'Tle victim :is supposied .to'. have bee actiress, ind ire iolice are seeking for actor .who travelled fromi Gernmany to 0 pest rfecently RfOBBED OPF EJEELS S THOBT :BUDAPEST, 13th Janu· a The mystery suriounding the disco yesterday of a omiani's body ini elabo ate travellin ca;i sket. ,: wdrhic vasheddupo t...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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1890. (Continued.) IMPROVED MINING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

1890. (Cointinued.) UIMPROVED MINING PROSPECTS. Tlic 'yiejd of gold in 1890 showed a ,small incrcase over that of 1889, but thoe i. videid record .was much better. :The best record ws a:chieved by the Johin soni's Reef, where the reef :in -the: No., 1 shaft betweeni the \980ft. and .1340ft. levels was excecdiingly pproductive In tlh jniiddle of the year tho yields were i:re :niarkbly good, oie fortnight's .return being i:11555oz. The company critshed 23,813. tois for 16,113oz., and piid £30,800 : in dividends:. The New Chum Railway p paid its dividends from the reef at 2025ft. STho first crushing was- 230oz. froml 100 tons on 18th Jaiauary,. and on 26th April 1019oz. iesulted from 300: tns.- The total record for the year was ;89060oz. from 8026 tons,, and the dividends £21,672; The SLazarus crushed. 5570 tons for. 5789oz,, and paid £15,750 in? divideids. The Spcimei: Hill obtaiicd splendid returns from thle reic'at;680ft' : and its yield was 69076o., aid 1the dividends -amounting to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

SOLID GOLD WATCH FREE. SOUI& e* IFF GREAT OFFER BYA REEPONSIBLE FIR IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO TRY. Toany person wiho can utpply the correct namesofl t hese two wellkn .Iwa Ei lich Towns. and fulfils condct:onc be. .lw, ee 0,ier our £3 I cdy's SOLID GOLD WATCH I.nglish Government Istatnsted. tully jewelled, as a FREE GIFT. (Silver Watches arc presented to Gents.) Send your attempt on a ahest of paper, togethor with stamsp "d addrossod envelope lorrepy, to FLL. OWS s CO., 10, Grosvenor uttildtnes, Stoolhouse Lane. Birmingham, Eng'land. The winner is required to pur. Chil' o a Chain Irom us to wvcc-r with watch. The nane Ot tbs. papeor m?Ust ber m.entioned. Prizc-winners of ltst competition were? MASTE1. A. F. LEWIS, Stratham's Siding, West Australia; Mrs. J. J. TAYLOR, Spring Avenue, Mid. June tion, West Australia. - IPORT 5 Of AIR BEDS CUSI-HIONS ENEMAS,' SILK. ELS STOCKING(I BANDAGES GALVANJ'I BATTERIES ABD)OMIXNAL CHEMISTS BELTS, TRUSSES AI And SURGICAL APPLTANCpS G(ENERFA LL...

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ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. MACKAY.) ['"The Annals of JBendigo" from 1851 t, 1867 have been reproduced in book form, and copies may be obtained at this office The books are profusely Illustrated, and or at the local booksellers', price 1/ each. contain folding sheets representing Golden square in 1851 and Pall Mall in 1857. At a future date the periods 1668 to 1890, and 1891 to date will be reprodu:ed in the samne w'ay. The postage on the Annals per book post is one penny to any part of the Comr a-onwealth.1

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THE WEALTH OF NATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

: . : ,r-:-:LTH' T, EALIh O rI NATIONS ? :: ' iis famous and very effective book oni. "ieo Wealt~f Nations." '. That: book !'d ls miainlly with the aiiinagenment of tl ewealthl IIncidentally .: almost, yet plainly andddis .trictly, how ever he stated the surie foqi datiou. on whic a: nation iay be. :afely prosperous Tlihat foiundationi is th il i Tlhis clear ;tritth is- often foigotten~. iMe ;can livo without ielegraplis, or concrete, or iron, andi be .fairly comfortable, b?it ?they-; ,cannot, live ivitlhot tead. And the more briad ,that a. cintiy prpoduces cipr acre the'wealthierit is i and i:thit : wealthci is o6f the nostt solid and: dur able kind that Meiit ~lnowl? And such a coiantry mayv be strong, ithiughi it iniports almost all its mai'iufa tuires, for when .tlhe inch comes it can?: :do without them;. But if it lives by comit :merce or by. manuifactures, when thlie pinLhl comles it goes under. Its .0mcnierco inay :ie swept away. .Its maniaiifatuiesp may cease. Carthage dcpen...

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EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

EXAMINATION RESULTS. T'hc follnowing- addiiiolal resu!t' have been announccd ly the Education depart nient : ?ncndigo School of Mincs.-ETigine erlr.g drawing (minchines).-Grade 3II--Pass, Leo. '3vdds, 55 per cent.; :Carl Germanan, 68; Geoffrey J. Abbott, "O; J ?moe- C. F oden, 50. - Engineering dra'vinov (structures).- GraJe III,--tPss-Thomias 1:; Anderson, 6). Stato Shlhool Tcdchcrs.--Agriculturo, grade I.-Pass, credit--Robt. A. Balker, 75; Wil liam M. Abrahams, 75. Paes -Charles A. Men?zico, 57; Jo.11n 7. Mlaru, 58 Andrew Abqrcrolnbic, 50; M'rgiaret J. Osborne, 50; Willisa . W. Pye, 68; W. T. Lees, 54; Jack Jeffery , 62; L. A: Stevens, 57; John E. Ellis, 50'; Herbert J. Penrose; 60 J G. 13. Giltert, 66; Robert K. AFrahcis. 30; G(coiroe :..." Dn minmond, 66; Arthiur . itulgie 52; Edmcundl D. K:iglits, 62; Stephleu Cli ton, 66; E.dwarrd J j3rieve, 52; iThomas II. Rumble, 50; Jlohn T. iyan, 58; Robert .I. Lce, 2; \Viliiita; h AumhfFle, f 0. Gi rade II. .-Pis,; credmit-William M. Abir...

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MINING NEWS REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

]inVIEW OF T'1JI' SHAiuE MAK].KE" 'The dealing last week presented few ucnw features. TI the lhigh-,,rifed divi sian .Golden Pyke, Carlisle, and S. New Moon were the S5nost prominent. Cornish United llnd Red White and Blue United had a: Fgood turnover. Dianond Hill iterc:ts in demand at intervals were New' Chilt:li CGoldfields and N. B3endigo. The geold returns, which are anpendI, totalled 3447oz. Odwt., which is a credit° uble record. G OLD---YWI-EK. ii I-r~viou:S -Company. Yield. ( Weeck. ITnis.Ioz. dt.l'lTns.Ioz. di? UCaherine Reef 1Ud.I 132 12 0! 1221 11 3 'Central Rlied W\Vhite 1I I and 'Blue ...1.. .. 580177 1611 600 154 10 "Clarence United ... 1521 48 1r I 183 291 '17 .Constellation ... 95 10 16 140 23 3 Cornish United.., .... 801 27 3j1 4A 22 5 Gldeini 'Pyke ....I 3051183 $j 3u,.J 50 18 -G(reat Extd. Ilt.st.1 2601170 11.'1 32011.98 17 Great- Northel n ...J 308I 80 21 2%'J 102 13 Xronrbark 3. 08 01183 10 29i7 ý :Johnson's .'o. ....I .457 1:1,3 1jl06 ?3? "3, LaiseIl1's Little ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

A ur.SE aFOR 2O YEARSR i NURSE EVANS of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of 49 Pro.ost Street, " th. Mcflb., 18j4/l2. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so ill I never could have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. (Signed) NURSE EVANS " -Always keep this Medicine on hadtl anid you will keep healthy. It you get it YOU GEUT' IIsEALTHII AND Kl;l,1l IE 'ROM T,OSS Ol; St,.`EP,. :\VEAKNIESS A;I"'E I I,I,N1 S-, CONSTIr PATION,. INIIIGI'ST N, POOR AI'PTITr'llE, t,\V AK Ni;RVES,. an 11lll OUt.1 SE . SS. All-STORES and CH1EISTS SELL IT. 1EDTiO POMIVADE des...

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GRAVEL AMD BLADDER TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

CGRA VEL iAMD B1I, DER TIOUBLE From Mr. .T. Armstrong, grooor C.arring ton-road, Coogee, Sydnu? , N.S.W: SIli ad been suffering fr"', gravel, and after trying variois .remedibs Aesciribed ky: the doctor and getting no 2relief; my sis. ter induced me: to tiy WVarner'si Safe Cure. 'Before I had finished the` first:. bottleful, .? was greatly relieved, aiid :by the timo I had used up the second bottleful I was :completely cured. -I have told 'many of my friends of the wonderful benefit I` have de rived ffrom faking Wirner's Safe Cure, and feel confident -that anyone.i suffering from the same comilaint will: desire great benefit from; taking; it as prescribed."° F From Mr. George Rose; South Morang, : 3Tictoria. "I suffered from inflammationl of the blad der, accompanied by paifnful° urination, wvhiclh made. life' very' miserable for. me. Seeing :.accounts ipublished :: of others who" Eeeined "to have: been afflicted in the same manner:?l tt I: wa's, and: who; had be2n cured b-y taking ...

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BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. PROGRESS RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. PROGRESS RETURNS. l'lio week's return of eggs from the ipens in the Bendigo egg-laying competitionl last week was 141., w hich brings the grand. aggregate to 41,131, an average of nearly 957 eggs nor pon-a highly creditable re cord. 'Top score for the t week was 'made hby Mr. 1.T W. Pope's Leghorns with 37 eggs. Mr. J. Cnmipbell'l Leghorns being a :close:, :econd with 36 eggos whilst Messrs. Swift,.; 1I.lll, M'Keie, R.icl:ards, and :La,?nbury's Logholrns tied for t;iird ploe with 34. eggi .l'lie daily retiurnis from the two leadiiigl 1:el1s were:?-Pope-G, '1; 5, 5, 56, 5-32; Camp b?1.l-5, 5, 4, 4 5, 6, 5-36.' lThe dtily grand totals wecre:-9tli .Tanuary, 155; 10th, 171.; 11.th, 1.56; 12th, 1.86; 1:3th, ,167';`: 14th. 15G; and 15th, 453. Twelve liens-wereo : outr of the hlens diuring the terni owing to broodiness. Mr. I. I:Ianbury's consistent layers cointinue nf easy first on the aggre. gatat list, their score being 1280. Mr. J;. S. Spotswool's. birds...

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POULTRY NOTES. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

POULTRY NOTES. (IBy Feather.") TO CORRESPONDENTS. Tom Caninam, of 'The Land of Nod" dard is iiplicaring this week; The Spanish will appear ini due course (2) Yes. HINTS' FOR POULTPJYKEEI?E1RS. Keep the fowls free from vermin. Keep the water in the shade. Supply grit and. old mortar. Cleanliness must be observed in poultry.. keeping. Kill. all old hliens before they moult. Dig. up all poultry runs and sprinkle the rims with lime. Duck-breeding. pays. if properly managed. Gainie, Orpingtons and «Wyandottes are good table fowls. Spanish, Leghorns, Andalusians, Minorcas etc., are good for egg farms. Feed only "he best food to the poultry. "Feather" will give sound advice to be ginners who are willing to learn. CGEN.GLRAL. Mr. George Woodward, of Ballarat, the well-known poultry brooeeder, is returning ffrom, England this month, and bringing with him quite a collection of prize poultry, iincluding Spanish and Brahmas. A large number of the birds are for breeders all over the States and N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

8pecial. .CHlonw ath1 ., -of' .rstraa HEAD OFFICE * SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Newcastle, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville and London. Cable iemittances made to, arid drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and - collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchanle Business of every description transac:ted within the Commonl wealth, Unitcd KNingdonr na?d abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid onl fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth Deposits from 1/- to 3tOO. Interest at 3; per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at.any Branch or Agency ...

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ECHUCA. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

ECHUI CA. 13th Janual i . Sir 41lexander Peacock, Ministei. for Edu.i cation, has been'. invited to officially open' tlle. new E huca High. School. Representa: tives of the surrounding nmunicipalities aro 'lso to be invited to the opening.: A clilf, 18iii. high, and; weighing '211b. ai,?.. born oni the farm of Mr. . `.TJ. T \V. Bail -::at ..Echuca,; a few : days ago. T?lheo little animal is perfectly formed. Prior O'Byrno, who hais been. connected with. St. Mary's- Church, Lr Echuca,. for a ;great many years, left yestei'day :morning for Melbourne, :nc route to Ireland, where hoe intends .to spend. the remainder of his days. His departure wa, very quietly ar. ranged, oonly the prior's most intimateo friends being made aware of his intention to leave Echuca.: This s was done for the -purpose of avoiding: a.ny local deimonstra. tlion, as the rev. gentleman was averse to any function being held in his favor. Prior O']yrne was' much esteemed: by th people of the town ilnd distric?, : an...

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KERANG STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

KERANG' STOCK SAL]. apv i oldt~iehi opening :stock l? e o iStheir yards on rthe zbo·e date, for` whilch i ihcre as ·largo yyrdiiP ir oc di 'hcic ep fcrwaxl:', liut:: only a small one of cattle The acompetition fcri shcep ati 'the openinrv of the sale was rathter dull 'bit: at tlhe clisee ofi;t1hasale:'pices ruled fir.i at 111±3 oiding rates Fntt c ble ,aver" i'i strongy demand, ;and .old' at price fully eiiail ';to :b:lsti? : lit ?tes ;young. dicatle. aiao I ad ` tlheii:?i f "fup gi t,! iid r ea isd ?: ries satisfi ctory to t i,::? enlTor?: AWei ynridcd 22)'0 ieep d : 90?ti t tle. Quoitatlon Sh pleep Mrinto cW?nvoe, 4a:.n?mi 6thorl ,." 13/5o ;.id i.,::me?r nuU owoes 6/.; :slh'o.rn I~ nbs, good forwti-aricr n c.uizon 12/ ,sr°ill iarnmbs Si6b Cattle.-F1-'i bullocks,;:£7/4/ ;.:fat co?s?s £6/14/ ; £?.1/: lightiveight` .do., x5/15/ to £6; fat l heif·trs lO/10/; 2-yearo'ld steers, £4/10]/; young C iat: ',:i £2/16j;:);eows and- calves, £5/5/ to :5i 10/ pcxldiel' 15! to 19/6.

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ELMORE. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

ELMORE. 13th January Thoe month!y . meeting of the limoro W:ater Triust was held last evening. Pre senf-Com missioners Dr. Wilson (chair n:an), T. Parcuns, A. J. Rogers, P. Grogan, J. Marks, and H. J. Furdge. Leave of ab sence from the meeting was granted to Commissioner Butcher. Several tenders were received for firewood, and those of A. Connell for 100 tons at 5/5 anld 100" tons at 5/8 per ton were accepted. Ac counts amounting to £48 were passed for payment, after which the trust had a credit of C84. Tlhe year's interest and redemption. £36, remains unpaid. The secretary was instructed to notify the Recreation lReserve trustees they must, affix a motor to the troug'h service. I1; was re-,.Lfived to proceed Zwi! h the proposed 2in. ,::in in Swindaie. street, andl to insert stop'valves in the mains of Railway Place cast and, Michie. .treet . The requcest of Mr. A. Hcott for a reductiol of rates was refn?ced, w iile tlat of M3r3. Smith for a sorvice was grant cd .-of the usual terms...

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CAMPBELL'S FOREST. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

CAMPBELL'S FOREST. 13thI Janiiairy. Whilst proceeding to his home. at Campl bell's?;Forest on . Monday :evening Mr. Wil liam~ ?logers, selr.,,. a well-known farmer, met with a =erious accident in the vicinity of the Catherine Reef mine ,ati;E:agleliawk. He was driving along Pegleg-road, when the horse; becenming frightened at a: pass ing:trail,. 'swerved into Lethby-road. The buggy came il i contact with ain obstacle oii the' side of the road, and Mr. Rogers was ?thlown with' considerable force - upon the roadway. Te Was picked up in a dazed, condition and :.carried into a ra esi dence .near by, where he was attended by. Drx Snithwick, w.liho had been summoned. Upon exmiination ift was found that-:the unfortunate mani had sustained, severe in juries. -to: his lead ,'-and . his left , shoulder was -dislocated. :He, was .also -:sufferinig from :slhock 'and' conicussion -of the ,-brain:i He :was subsequiently removed =to. his hlime, where he is undoer the' carie of Dr. Sinith-' wick, :...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

BENDIGO STOOK MARKET. Tuesday, 13th January, Oattle.-The supply of cattle forward to. day was a slight increase on last week's re duced numbers, altogether 17 trucks arriv inm by rail, which, with the addition of somne' rod lots, made the total penned 589. The bulk of what were on offer consisted of medium and useful sorts of light bullocks and meaty cows, with odd pens of prime medium weights in, the former, and some few lots of prime clean heifers.. With only limited com petition from Melbourne, the supply was quite sufficient for all local and outside but chers' requirements., At the opening there was strong competition for best cattle, and prices were just slightly better than last wdek, but the sale had not proceeded far when biddings became dull and prices de creased to fully 101 below the rates of that occasion, of which, with slight fluctuations at times the market continued to the close. The top price obtained for a pen of bullocks was £11/10/, account HI. C. Wilson, Yarrab...

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CASTLEMAINE. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

CASTLEMAI NE. - J13th January. r:- ? V. J. Stonhniann, who seive"i1 years ago; ipiureichased . theo ildelicensed Mount A.exaiider "loItel,. andd. imade?: ii grocer0 y "sto0e ofit; and~iio lter on purchased the delicen cil Royal Hotel, with the "attiched theatre, ihi~h li he h'ias inow Ilet as a picture r'show hill to-day- purchased' the. compulsory, closed :Metropolitan Hotel, atrt the corner tof M-oyston and Ilargrineaes streets, M.ake . square, .for £40 0. He intend~s to miuke e .tensive 'alterations, 'aid 'dwvill ?emoveL: lii grocery business to the new premises ~: Tlie Borough Conicil1 for ::many -ais, wheen thie l ite M i~ Angus Coi;sh wi?s: boiough ,surieyor, plodded ia'lonrioni 1/I rate: .On tie :couincil .going in for an ex-x te-iiiie :oan . the r. at:e vas increased l:to 1/6 ini the . : The council has noiqw given notice that taheir i':meeting on- riday niighlt tliheyi t -ift-ae-id to- increas'e thell rates .to 1/9 intlithe £, beside a Gd health rate. : The .remains of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

SCOTCH COLLEGE, ME LBOURN E. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is. the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN . VICTORIA. Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys hase passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branches 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 SUBJEO?TS The Pupils' Time-table is arrangedwith a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK. In the BOARDINGHOUSE the number o0 boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to '80 The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys-in most cases for two. The Principal has the assietanoe 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...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

FARMERS' AND CITIZEN?S' TRUSTEES COMPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. GUARANTEE FUND, £10,000. DIRECTORS: C. R. Stilwell, Esq., J.P., Chairman. -\M. P. Kelly, Esq., Wmr. Hunter, Esq. P. Doherty, Esq , J.P.. R. IT.. S. Abbott, Esq., SE. L. Atkinson, Esq.; B.A._ W. A. ReynellEsq Registered Offico- BENDIGO. R.A A. ERANTcIN. 1TInaRger. OITY CHAMBERS, : BIGHI-STREET,

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