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BALLENDELLA. 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

5BALLENDELLA. .135th January The ope?ing of the. new iAnglican 'Church on W\ednesday evening: drew together., a large giathering,, and the -proceedings were most .cntliUsiastic throurghount .His Lord ship the Bishop of Bcndigo officiated,' as sisted byi e Revs. Rogers (tlie. vicar) anid Plumtrec, 'iid:' Mi. M'Kie: the :reader. A fter the dedication ceremony ..the_ Bislhop preached --a sermon appropriate to the.: o casion, and ?neuntioned that this was -:the third chirclh opened in thle Rochester irri? gation district ?within: the past three years.. The efforts obf Mrs.:Rogers, wife:.of the'i vicar, were euilogistically referred to.:: This lady was i iistruimental in raising llO:?10 toi wards the erection of the Bamawmn and; Ealleidella chchrche's, besides finiding ,ithle furni1hiings for the :Bamanwiu chrch? Kind Iv refdrence was also. niade to the gencrosity of Mrs. Simmond s,::wife :of. Captain ,Sim monds ':- an dcirm n; of Indond,? and Ter. si.ter, inl:, coitribuitin,;ý.2 .ealch ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BOORT. 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

: :16th Jainuary. The ,Boort Gun .Club held: aivery suciicessful meetiung on, °Wedrnesday,: when, a £50 galali match wvas shot off. Tihere: were,,30 competi tors, ~each h:viing a doutble' entry.- --The sup play of birdls' was ~good anid the shooting was far aboe :the average.: hen the 8th round had been completed there v were still 24 shooters. in. the ;next two rounds 10 shoot ers dropped-out, and the remaining 13 drew £2 each out the stake. After 10 birds apiece had been grased Mr. Bruce Paterson was the only, double scorer. After three mnoro rounds six mirore shooters dropped out, another :£2 each' going to the seven remaining shoot ers, namely, Messrs. Bruce Paterson, W. Schriven: R. Loughlin, O'Brien, W. Daish, H. Lanyon:. and "L.C.W." The last two missed their, 14th birds. Mr. W. Daish drop ped out ?ing the '10th round ' and three others in the 19th round. M: .:.r. Bruce Paterson. was the onlyb one iEwho killed in. the last round, and won the stake: IIe only missed one bird ou...

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GOORNONG. 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

GOORNONG. 14th Tulanuary. As showing. the advance iiin .,the price of .. nd it may be point ed out that. portion of the vwell knowln Campaspe Estate, after the death of thlo late Mr. Thos. lRobertson, nearly -G years ago, was sold at prices- which aieraged .£12 an acro, and it was then in its' raw state; and not subdivided. Other lands owned. by Mr. - W. J. IM'Kinstry, kl own as Pearce's, brought over £12 per acre, and the paddocks adjoining, piir. chased by Mi'. T. Nicholas, known as Cogli. lira's, realised ,£14/17/6. Rleccntly Mr. ?W. J. :AMticlleel bought 183 acres adjoining his. property from MIr. T. Sexton. This land is portion of the Canylaspe Estate, acquired by. M:rr. Sexton at t he sale of the estate red ferred to. All: tll laid is w'ell fenced and cleared; about 4,0 acres is high ground, the remanider being of a sandy ftat character. Tlhe- price, £14 or thereabouts, is coni sidered an' excellent one; but the fact of it: adjoining?1Mr. Michiel's property 'would be of some v...

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HUNTLY. 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

HUNTLY. 16th .Tanuary. Threshing is in full swing here. Two machines are working, and the crops on the whole are turning out well. Mr. A. Pil clher has jfist finished, and Mr. P. It. 13usst's wheat crop yielded eight bushels to the acre. 17th January. Ex-Cr., M'Ctonnachie, of Huntly, is still confined to his room, his condition show. ing no improvement..

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THE INQUEST. Rochester, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

fTIlL INQUEST. fRoliester, 16th t i? i::inqjtiest toucting 'the deaths a... abnid Janmes Godfrey, who were dro i % E the Cainipaspel River yesterday afteibi was held before Mi. S. IHaisman at the residence of deceaseds' parents at Rest down. this, inorning. John Reidy deposed that he was 13 years of age. On Thursday, in company .with Mary and James Godfrey, hlie wentto the :lagoon near the Cainpaspo River, to look for worms with which to go fishing. While there James Godfrey went into tlhe !agoon to bathe, and remained in the wateri for about 20 minutes. Mary Godfrey left to go to the house for an old pair' of:pants for witness to bJtlhe in. On her returni witness also bathed. After be ing iii: the water, for about 10 minutes they both. b .ot out on the bank, witness sitting on a sandbank, whilst James God frey sat oni a root near the water. T"it tiess was sitting about four paces away, and Mary Godfrey was sitting about the same distance away on the root of a tree. Suddenly ._James...

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

HEATHCOTE. 13ti January. Gilbert Thlomson; farmer. 42 years of age, residing a. few miles out of town;' oni Tooborac road, .was found de.. at: an early houri this. morning. Ile lihad been. return uing home in, a dray at a late. hour last night, and the) odvy was found under the 2 conveyance, gainst a wheel, which` had passed ove,. it. Tlie head :was much cut, and there were several bruises abut--.the body, -aid some ribs -broken. Mr. J. :J.. Farley, :J.., .deputy coroner, conducted an inquiry at the hospital this afternoon, the body having been conveyed. to the morgue; Evidence was taken -by the police from - William Thomson, bro- - ther of deceased; Iferbert ]3erry, a lad - who had stopped at deceased's residence last night, and who discovered the body, having been sent by Mrs. Thompson to search for her husband; Mrs. Caroline Etheridge, licensed victualler Mr. Ar gyle:' at whose prenmises -Thomson had - ;spent aoult an hour and a half before leaving for home; Oscar D): Wright, who...

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SAD BATHING TRAGEDY. BROTHER AND SISTER PERISH. A ROCHESTER SENSATION. Rochester, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

SAD BATHING TRAGEDY. SBROTHIIER AND SISTER PERISH. A ROCHESTER SENSATION. Rochester, 15th January. A sad bathing fatality, which caused a widespread scisation in the Rochestdr dis tlict, occirred in the Campaspe River this afternoon at a point about six miles be Aow Roclester. Tw'o boys named Jamie Godfrey, ag~c 11 years,' and Jack Reidy, aged 12 years, a son of Senior-Constable ,Ridy, of Rochester, were bathing in a shallow, offshoot of the river, which, when the water in the river is running from belowv the syplhou forms part of the stream, LiIt w hich to-day vwa' cut off from tihe main stream by a sandbank. Younig Reidy was paddling about in the water while God frey was sitting on -,le bank opposite. This bank slopes sharply into the water. Sud denly Godfiey slipped into the water. whioh was- about 4ft. Gin. deep. He be came confused, and Reidy threw his trousers to which was attached his braces, ?to him. iGodfrey, however, although he caughit hold of the braces, let them go ajga...

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MILDURA IRRIGATION. MERBEIN'S RAPID PROGRESS. ORCHARDS IN PROFIT. REVENUE WITHIN FOUR YEARS. Mildura, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MILDU A IRRIGATION. MERBEIN'S RAPID PROGRESS. ORCIIARDS IN PROFIT. RIIVENUE WITIN. FOUR YAI;RS. (By.- Our Special.,Reporter.) t'ildura, 16ti. 'January; HIe would be t phlegmatic individual in-i deed who Wvould not beo impressed on behold-' ina the ":.Milduir irrigation area for theo first time. After- travelling in the train through at present uninviting Mallee coun try for soma, lihours, Mildura bursts into view as 'a. veitable oasis in the desert. Not that much of .the -Mallee land is not quite as good.' Mildura .was helped -to her glory, by. the :preading over lier red sandy? ridges uwater i.uinped from-'the Murray. If the peoplec of= the State can be- induced to: vote fuirther siums to extend irrigation, 'not . only alone the river' banks, but well back" into' the once despised. Mallee, manye annin other Mildii-a could. be created.' The effece tive utilisation of thel 'Murray River: watecrs=. appears to, be thi greatest thing that shounld occupy-:: the, a=ttention of -the politi...

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NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN. PRESENT DAY DRESS DISCUSSED. Hobart, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN. PILES]NT DAY DRESS DISCUSSED. Hobart. 1hth January. At tihe annual congress ,,f the National Council of the Women of Austiralia a live ly discussion took place on the question or prlksent day dress. The president said women were a disgrace to humanity for going out in suci )hideous fashions. She quoted Mr. Manifold, M L.C., of Victoria, as to the necess~ty oft a bill protecting men against women who wore transparent skirts, split skirts or low u cek lIou..es. Miss Beadie contended that there was \nothing to make a cry about, and cited th1 women of 1802, who wore tight dresses, and- damped them to make them cling to them better. POLIcE CHtANGES. - Mounted-constable Henderson, of Raywood, has been trans ferred to Echuca, and Mounted-constable Burgoyne, of 'Echuca, has r;eceived instruc tions to take up duty at Raywood. SENIOR PULIC?=.-The following BOndigo cardidates passed in French:-Iv'y Ueau mont, Vera Borrack, V. Du;rward, D. D\Tyer, C. E. Hopkins, D. Lo...

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MANANGATANG SERVICE. Melbourne, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MANANNGATANG SERVICE. Melbourne, 16th January. Clinkapook, the name of one of the sta tions on the Chillingollah to Manangataing !ine has a joyous euphony which could not be obtained by using th11 name of a local magistrate or shire councillor for christening plurpos.s. ''The railway authori ties found Chiukapook musical, and thereby the vocabulary of the railway traveller is enriched, and the jingle writers have a new -me.. o conjure with. Down at Chinka 1.Z' 1Ct farmers rrow wheat for the .-l. d i4t!i ~-t, and so far the.y have taken uo objiccf to a iinamne which might seenn SQ . t ulilliese gardens. A tri-weekly srvwce it be established between tha tIrn ? ions. Leaving Chillingollahl rfl5c . n1. on M?ondays, Wednesdays, and mow, '_ , and co:necting with the 6.409 a.nI. ipassenger train for Melbourne, a train will go on to lManangatang. also stopping at Chinkaplook and Cocamlba. On Tues days, Thursdaya, and Saturdays, at 5,25 a.mn.. a train will leave Manaugatang for Chillingollah...

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THE RAILWAYS. SWAN HILL—PIANGIL RAILWAY. Swan Hill, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

4 THE RAILWAYS. ,AN HILL---PIANGIL RnAILWAY. Swan Hill, 16th January. The iirs, meeting of the newly-formed Swan Hill-Piangil ]Railway Construction Trust was held in the Shire Hall on Tues day. Cr. H. Stafford was appointed chair man, and Mr. W. Bird acting secretary. It was decided to call for applications for the position of secretary and treasurer at a salary of I10 per annum, and also for a collector at Lhe same salary. It was re solved to 1 old meetings monthly, and to urge the Minister to push on with the con: struction of the line at once.

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ANDREW CHARITY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

ANDREW CHARITY CARNIVAL. The ladies who will play cricket in the above carnival on 26th January (Foundation Pay) held a meeting on Priday evening in the miner's office Eaglehawk. It was decided that the teams be called the Rovers, who selected as their capbtin Miss V. Cadwell, and the Ramblers, who appointed Mlss Thelma Anderson as captain. The colors chosen are Rovers red and Ramblers two blues. Both teams will wear white dresses. The following teams have been chosen to play a practice match in Canterbury Park on Wednesday : -Ramblers' team-Misses T, Anderson (capt), R. Trevena, R. Pianto. D. Harvey, I. Colling. E. Odgers, A. Snelr, G. Trethewey. V. Halbert, L. Murdoch, M. Ash, M. Trewartha, D. HIardirigham, F. James. Rovers' team-Miss Cadwell (capt.), Mrs. Price. Misses V. Hummel, D. M'Brido, B. Turner, M. Esposito, L. Crossley, L. Hicks, ---,Bentley, O. Bray. C. Hocking, L. Bray, ;. "J.ay, G. Nancarrow, G. Mahony. ?., 4 .m

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WHEAT TRAFFIC. STATION STACKS INCREASING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

WA TRAFFIC. ' tIZ N S INCREASING . nt wk t here ha ibc? .,' u the wheat traffic oli thei ailways due to the desire on the part iof buyers to hold the grain which ist b. ingu stacked in consider able cquantities at. somin of the stations. Since Tuesday last= tlie; followvinu increases ifi theo stacks "at the.i principal whealt stations are reliorted"r:.': .locehester, 15,000 bags; Charltoln, 13,000; Barraport, 8500; "Wedderburnii 4000; ?iake logaa,- 3000;. Buckrabanytile, 3500; Prairie, 1200; Quaiubatook,: 3500. At ,litiamb-io thl: stacks :relialnu at 15;000 bags. The following figures shio.w th. m.nunmb1iv of bags loaded: into triucks and the bags stacked at the different stations on Thlurs day:--= dBags Bags Loaded. Stacked. Ba.gshot .'.-O .0 Goorno.. ........ 1660 5,000." Avonmoro .. . . :..,.120- 700 lmnore:. ... ... ..:.. 1825 10,000 JRochoester::. . ... 65,000 Echuca .. .1... .. 117 Strathalla ...... . 20 9; 400 Sebastian . ... .......10 700 Raywood .. ......543 3,000 Tandarra ...

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WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

WHEAT 'AND CEREAL MARKET, ETU. Bendigo, 19th January. A moderate quantity of hay was marketed to-day, and a fair demand ruled at late rates, Wheat is steady at 3/3 per bushel. Potatoes display a further weakness. and prices are about 5/ per ton lower. Onions are firm. We quote :-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat. 3/3 per bushel; oats 1/8 per bushel; straw. 30/ per ton; flour, X£/.5/ per ton; bran, £4110/ per ton: pollard, _4/15/ per ton; Cape barley, 3/6 bushel; new potatoes, Carmens. £5/5/ to £5/ 10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; new onions, Globe. £10 per ton. Mr. W. Cowling reports-Wheaten sheaves, £2 per ton; oaten, £2 per ton; straw, 301 per ton; wheat, 3/3 per bushel; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel. M?oesors. Jones, Miller and Co. report: New potatoes, Carmens, £5/5/ to £5/10/ per ton; Pinkeyes, £4 to £4/10/ per ton; onions, Globes, £10 per ton.

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MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 17th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. -aturday, "17th January DEAR, tUSALIN D, Again there has heen lnothing to do, o10 "at holles,'' weddings, or tiiiy such ordinary liastinme, so we hive been exploring and test ing the various side show:s as one night eiall th.iem. It is a year or ,so Liince I htave been down to St. Kilda, and it is really a revein tion to go theIre ow. Why, it is like a fair--onc show after another all along the Esplanade. Theo place is ablaze with light, ind l verything i:; l ay. Tihere is plenty of choico as to what to go to, from nice, re lilicd variety .hoows like the J'ierrots *'n:1 Dandies to a. mn'rry-go-rouiiid and1 swingini boat:. T.h Plais d o DiI)ai:o is attractingl chief attention, I think. Crowds watch it from the Esplanade uno well as the hundreds who pay to o pay to in and look on. It is taken up by :?L classses, and i o mglit we were iloere the dan.cerrs -raged from iiiels[hers cit theo (;overnor-Ceneral's household. Lady 33urttelot was one of tliheii, Captain ...

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BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

BENDIGO SHIEEP MARKET. _Approximatcly about 4000 sheep were penned yesterday, the numbers being slightly in ox. cess of last week. Including lambs, 34 trucks of cheep came by rril, the proportion of sheep beinic ;ibou; 25. The rcmnaindcr of the total stated arrived by read. The supply from a quality point of view was not as good 'ss last Monday, the bulk consisting of middling and useful serts. Orc~ebreus uredomimited, with occasional pens of prime sheep-both wcthi?rs and ewes The attendancc? of. looal and outside butchors was good, ani :coripetixtion w.as quickened by th jprc-cnoo o. two . Melbource explort buyer. Thereo was .lso a I:a ro nmsteir of farnr.crs and g raziors. All tho: beat shce-p were quickly cold 'n {ie'L privato sales. Pricm. wero very strong at laot woek's good rates, and in instances choice pens were: ve} ....slightly. better. Up to 20/. was obtained for shorn crossbred weth Sc;, .:whilst to 1990 was given for ewr.s. One of the bhest lines 'of ewes in the. yards ...

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FARMERS' CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

1?2\t1;2;tI c' B II I l ( III nce( 1 1f l 'i $ Iliet ft'ainreiý' (i;2ir" ri'cec ll'. I1I(Id i$ : f rt 1v Wr0oodc, Hiider' theii .i pic o'e e E t.e I r iidto AQi ;cplI11'lr(nl 1C '~~if, 'tIl h c.'i tai v (T' T 1' [ TNTJI·,~ k Mi h~";t~. ici'tP dci f-yiii IIj' ii)?1. 7r.( 111 ? tI1 l :,f 1'( l it l Ci U: 11I nbi-e* (:lv ^ P 3 1 r t{irO! l:;le L h IC Yi1VilU i ýiob I( Cii 11T 'i ll Il iji' 3 Iwail: (i :nnipplieat:7011 to ii T. +e iTrkn rfI: ; 1'1 .^"i'o and ci Will o 1' of 'lie r'.vnrolrIn eof l 'ne:ll 1 aI. woaj 2ir, KI. J Jfockigly, of INeilborough., A rID-TEoT P bAGR3 an S t\[P ee On Receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. S Teeth decay bca nuse the Lactic Acid of fermentation in the mouth ents through the enamel. After the enamel is once pierced the bacteria of decay cause the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Hero is a simple way to prevent all ta e trouble and pain. For the daily cleansing of the to"h USE Tooth Paste' f ' wrhich is the one Den...

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MILDURA VALUE OF IRRIGATION. HUGE YIELD FROM SMALL AREA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MILUURA ,VALUE OF IRRIGATION, HUGE YIELD FFOM SMALL. _A R 'REA. (By Our Special lc"poritr) Mildura has now si leu a. "lpicacefnfl and prosperous aspect that; it, is becoming_ in creasingly" difficult to believo there were many financial failures' and heaitbreicks in its carlier history. ' lth'ough" its career as an irrigation- settlement only rinns back to .3.887, much history of an unfortimatie kind has been :made, and" mostly during , tho: first 10. years. During th. last: 10 years, however, two important d~ve lopments, lifted the settlement out of its worst tiibulations, and with restored confidence, 'increased population, and expanding: business, "the town has grown into one of the:.most sub stantial and attractive trading and :social centres .in the State. These developnments were putting the disposal of the "crop :oi :a more remnnerative basis" and the opening of ' the railway, ' A The' proceedings of the American Clhaffey bro'iers, the founders of. the Mildura` irri gation co...

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A TWO-PART CLOTHES-BASKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

' .A T\:O-PAET. CLOTHES-BASKET. .A bawsk?c Vwith a 'partition is very con ee)ieo.unt for kecpiiin tlh white clothes tepa :rcte froni-the colored clothes or stockings, strllched -clothes fromii the, iitsttavcircd. 'he divi iuii. miay aflo lje used for, cto+.hc.s pP lit ouri' first basket. ro' worethe ".p .titihon of _`t .11, avy white cord.

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DISH-DRAINING SHELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

DISII-DRi A1N INC S'IHELVES. 'A device. which saEves ilui e1 of- the :!abbs o(-: disiwashing is .a. aet of slelves se& into i . kitchern w.ll biac1k of thel sink. Lhe:: - frame sh ulud to :thr-e feet high, .two and i.; Lalf fe?ý wide, mind five- or six inches dcep. The back- is tightly \wainscoted: in this f ran:e tour. 'sllch'c are placed at t I.l'ilar i1t.'I1?ls. ait a. ,nint of 4't. dCL'egrcs .fiein fionl; ta balkc, u'atd laigvi a crack, clue nchii _ d at tice back of cmil, sIef .Lt: the bottoiii. aboard slanttn'g towaids' tlao .f-ourn convoyst i driippuirtc 'water to the :i ii Wheu the dl.,11c3 -are w.ý asked Iad. hcditci dl they uoi plCaced. oil-, the ýNHlelvv0" to adlaiir, ndi.L ccqluirc scarccoy e flv Vn iping :

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