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FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 19th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 19th January W°:?Vestern Market prices are:-Apples, now season's choice eating, 4!, 5/ case; good, S[, 4/: inferior. 1/6, 2/6; good cooking, 3/, 41j; inferior. .1/6. 2/61 anpricots. best, 5/, 7/; othersi 3/. 4/; cucumbers, 12!, 14/ double Ienýons, ?.Victoriar,. 5/. 10/: Italian, 25/, 2 doutble; oranges, Italian, 15/. 16/ case: Vio tt;rian. 12/, 15/; peaches, heft, 6/, 8/; ot.hers, 4/. 5/; mpars. W.B.C., 8/, 10/; pine. apples, Queen, 10/. 11/ double: rough, 5/, 7/; ph:ins,;. lark 2/6, 2/6 case; Jap;ltese, 2/6. 41 " raspberries, 4d, 5d lb.: red currants, 2d, 3d lb. ; strawberries. 5d, 8d box; tomatoes, good, .8!. 12) case; othars. 5/. 7/: black eurrunt:., 46. 54 lb ; grapes. Clnscelas, 7/, 9/ case.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A CHARMING HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

A. CHARMING HAT. One of the most becoming examples of midsummer millinery is shown in this' sketch. Its picturesque simplicity is very striking, and ought to commend itself ..it i once to the girl in search of a pretty .idea for a holiday hat. The s'raw is very light= and white, aud is slightly. turned*:up ,at tlhe bick, a imost becomiinig shhap.po. A4A huge "fluit" -of black tulle is , phiced under and ,on .the brim. ,at the very back, and the.low crolin ji :encircled with am vwreath:; of .large wvhite ox-eyed daisies,. with centre .of black' velvet.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A NEW COAT FOR THE MATRON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

Al. ND\EW COrT I ('1k THE d ~TTRON; ý LasIion 15s, 11 any 1flI 1 kiudeir. to the olderw 'omnna than ,s h;.e , hnax htei for a Ion. time pdst. Ai'l by the older wonmiai I ;uine'n tiwie particula ri the womuan whose 4hnfigue is -of 1 matronlv inrotrtioiho , and who, :conjectjlionY,- is. morel difficult to dress SIcLLSusfhly than hei c sligihter sister, :lTo :hit a :ith( 1)1p · niuediiii .betwveen , he exr trenti 'of fasiihoi 'rnd dowdincss, and -ret dat 1W'.1i aitiie toi e to choobe tlhoroughly lie doming garmeitstei i3- unCt alttgelter eaCsy. rLThe ,Ot tro'ly wVomflan doces unt walit to look like a. fashion ul x ato, or lihc" runls, a creait risk of Iqoking absurd, anrl zet. the wants to look smaii, lip to date, and well turned out, "therfoore she mEst; spend both. tieuo'ht `and care imoa her dress purchases. iow n~mona all the smart fashioun of this present season ther.3 is not one that .is so tho. rauqhly suited to the matrpny fiure. ~as the . little coatae of btlael or~-dark-color...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A DAINTY TUSSORE GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

.hA DAINTY TUSSOf1E GOWN. The simplest and daintiest of "little. frocks" in Tussore and Shantung are be ing worn by nearly every well-dressed woman this summer, and the soft weave of the new silks, allied with the graceful -.simplicity of the styles, makes these gat. ,nents irresistibly fascinating. The little gown here illustrated is cut on the plainest lines, but is very effective. It is realised in stone-colored Tussore, and has cuffs; rovors, and waistband of very fine foulardc in a lovely blending of the colors of cerise, green and black. The skirt is simply looped up slightly to the left, side, and is open a very little from the feet, revealing a hint of a lining in the foulard colorings. Very soft, fine frillings of lace. finishl the neck and sleeves. There is a. very chic hat to complete the sketch, which .is of very fine white rice. etraw. and is lined with black velvet and trinnmed with cerise feathers.

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HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS (BY MADAME ROSE.) It' is a very "white" summer, and it seems that every denizen of the feminine world from six to sixty is wearing simply white muslin just lately. Tho thinnest of silk and ,'hantung coats and skirts are very popular, ?and are deliciously cool as well as remarkably becoming. Already the summer sales have begun, and so the ac quirement of a large number of cotton frocks is a very easy matter. The hats of the moment are delightfully pretty with their delicate frillings of very fine net and upstanding flowers. Some of the most modish models are a little freakish in ap pearance, but generally the summer milli nery is quite charmingly becoming. The little silk coats are growing in popularity, and immense aumbers are being worn now in different colors to the skirts of soft, fine summer material. There is a charm about the "modes of the moment" this high summer that it is difficult to define, but very easy to recognise wi...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

PERSONAL. Owing to a lnervous breakdown, and con seccuent resig'nairon of Miss Walker, the Council of the Church of England Girl'.s Grammar School, Bl'endigo, has' been comn pelled to seek a succes.sor, and has secured the services ")f Miss Alice F:'. Cocks, vicec principal of the Geclotig Girls' Grammar School. Mliss Coc]ks, who is a daughiter of the late R1ev. Win. Cocks, at one time in cumbent of. C hrist Church, ?cihuca, and also St. Peter's, EIJlm'r,. has for the patst six years held a very responsible positiou at the Geelong school, and is highly re commended by the principal, Miss Morres. In 1912 Miss Cocks obtained 12 mouths' leave in order to visit England, France, and Germany, ana study the most modern educational methods. As temporary mis tress at tlhe .Wakefield G irls' ligh School she. received a flattering testimo.nial for teaching. 'I'lh school council has been most fortunate in securing the services of 6s, desirable a principal. M.r. Wi:liam Grose, a. iendigouniian s...

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PADEREWSKI ILL. COMPLETE BREAKDOWN. PERSECUTED BY "BLACK HAND." NEW YORK, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

PADEREWSKI ILL. COMPLETE BREAKDOWN. PEIRS ,UTED BY "BLACK UJAND." NEW YORK, 19th January. M Paderewski, the famous pianist, has suffered a cornpl]ete breakdown in health owing to the persecution of him by mem ber. of the notorious "Black Hand" gang. Ever since he began his American tour the gang has been attempting to blackmail him, and their persecution culminated in D)ecember. when the municipal hall at Denver, which had been engaged for a re cital, was plasteied with glaring posters. threatening terrible reprisals unless Paderewski acceded to their demands. Puderewski p?layed that eveuing, but he broke down immediately afterwards. His condition is serious but he is con scious. II2 is recuperatng in a bungalow at Los Angeles, California. The recitals which Paderewski had ar ranged to give on the Pacific coast have been cAno?lled. [On 3rd January a cable message was published stating that Denver papers as serted that M Paderewski had fled from that city owing to a fear that ho was ...

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BERLIN POISONER. HOPE SENTENCED TO DEATH. BERLIN, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

chluded yesterday.- 1apf was sentenced to .death. Expert evidence' testified that large quantities. of arsenic vero in the -bodies. :[Hopf was a noted. German fenciiig master, anid was arrested at Frankfort-on Maine, in April las t, on the charge of hav.. ;itue murder~d his first two wwives, and "at-. tempted to poison "the third, in order it was alleged. to secure the heavy insur anuco he had taken out on their lives. Since his arrest the police investigations led to their preferring further charges of. murder against IIcHpf, who was later accused of having poisoned with arsenic his fathier his first wife. and his two children, and furthermore, of having attempted to nmurder his mother and his second and and third wives. In May, while in prison, Hopf made .a confession, in which he admitted admiiii teiing cholera germs to his third wife. During the present trial Hopi withdrew this confession, 'and explained that ,he was sufferirg t"fromr mental collapse when he ad ministered the ge...

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WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

WOOL SALES. There was a good attendance of inter. national and interstate buyers at lo Wool Exchange yesterday. when Messrs. Dalgety and Company offered 6473 bales and 1006 sacks of wool. There %as keen competition and prices were well maintained.

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SUBMARINE DISASTER. ELEVEN LIVES LOST. LONDON, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

SUBMARINE BDISASTER. ELEVEN LIVES LOST. LONDON, 17th January. Submarine A7 met with .disaster o the Cornish coast yesterday, and nIlo ].ie _:it thl lbottom of the-' sea. It is regarded ais:.' certnin: that ill of lier crew have. perished. • : The vessel. Wiith five other siubmarines li of the bA], B, and" C classes, and aieCom. panied by the Pigmy, a small veascse usid as a tender ship, left Devoiiuport at 3 .a.in.; to take part. in torpedo ,practice.. Weather conditions were favordabl 'aitad?I`: thel sea was. inoderate.. Licutenant Gilbert Wehlmnan ias iin ccn=;. mnaid oif the. submarine _A7, and ielio i with him Sul-b Iieutenant Robert'G rGijdiiij a cro?ew of nine men. . : -: ' : : + S.Vhen iii W.hitsand Bay the: A , ai"d tlh . lPigmy beaim.ne separatied from t{'t iother vessels of the flotilli AX7 dived for the purlipose. of fir2g tor pedoes. At 1 A.nim., when the sublaari fo had beeni under the w-ater- for a i iuusia.lly : long time, those on th Pigmy .bec:,nir - alarmed; :and t...

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BUTTER MARKET. Melbourne, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

BUTTER MARKET. Moelbournle, 19th .January. C-: ntinuetl dry weaither has resulted ,n a s?itbstlltial fallilg off in butter product'on i0 Victoria, the position being reflected in the :return for last w.ek i.uced by the Railway department to-day. Last week's arrivals were ,098 cats's below those for the previous week, and wero 2892 case. below thcee for the cor' responding week lastt year. Up fo lato in December this seaon the weekly arrivals con tinued greatly in excess of those of last sea son. t )hero was vo chango apparent in the Melbourne butter market - to-day.

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TRAINING NOTES. Melbourne, 15th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

TRAINING NOTEI. I Melbourne, 15ttI,.0 ary. Track operatio2is wire brisk at Cauilficd tlhis' mornring,. \tCen several interesting g'al .lops were registered. Candidates for ,the V.A.T.. 4icetinci were: much in cvidcxuce ne sad tid iltal n rinks were available. ]L:ho]iou (i: Di.vis) disFposed of seven furlongs on the saiid: in 1 36; La. Gcorg. TJ. Tholnis) c.ovee 1 a: ile in 1.53 2 Ljnilain dashed off three 'furlongs in 41- sec. ,ltitain .; Lewis) anci Liquatio-i 'P M'Grath) putt. I.ea-t six- fitrlongs' in 1.21. ITRathi.ca (iR. Cameron) accountced for six furloigs: in 1.23. :Pcomali did si mile ii 1.58. Tiler Majstic NiuL (L. Tini!ey) ,ivent tcn furlongs,, - nud ciid th lasitb nmio in 2.9.:. Luicky Escape' ind Lyne- v us (A. 1Day)- d+id l-half a nu miii -tn 53 :ec. Two ales (l Bairnd) rain five fur longs in 1.7.' La rakai (R1. Whckor) st?roe, nard I oosviciv (J:: Ilenderson) was similarly intereste:4. Fostorton (IE. S. "Giace,) diId 11 fuirlongs, :aimd set 2. 10 tr Ith last 1 nino fii...

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COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

.COUNTRY STOCK SALES. Therie wa. :t small ya?rding of cattle at Eehuca on Friday. Kqen compeition pre. vailed, and for primo ca4tie prices were 201 in advance of late rates. Quotafions:-Short horn bulloLs. prime, £10/19/; do. heifers, '£10/14/: fat. builoloks, good, to £7/10;; do., lirh;, £5117/; fat rows. to £6/10/ Slheep. "A moderate yarding and brisk market. Cross bred wcthere. fiir mutton. realised 17/10: do., lambs, prime, 17/1; comebr.ok wethers, 16/11; mcrino owe., old, to 9/1: crosabred weaners, 10/11. Pigfi.--A brisk demand. Baconers, prime, £3/7/6; .porkers, prime, £2/9/[

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INGLEWOOD. 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

INGLEWOOD. 17th January-. At the Police Court this morning, hbe fore Messrs. J. C. Morrow and Jno. Sloan, Js.P., Samuel I. Binecr N as char.ged with assaulting his -wife, Janet Binreer. on Inth inst. On the da- of the alleged offence defendant was charged before Mr. Barlow, P.M., with behaving in a threatening man ner towards his wife, when lhe was bound over in his own bond of £10 to. be of gooil )behavior and keep -the pec:ce for 12 monthlls. After learing thc evidcncc to day, the magistrates said hin justice' -to de. fendanit. they .wouldl adjourn the casc' until Tuesday, to allow. of" his being niedically examined in the meantime.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE, ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. The Property of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. Established in 1875, Principal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.Sc. The Scope and Aims of the College ina brief summary show :- 1.1 That scholars are admitted to the Kinder garten and Preparatory Departments from 5 years of age. 2. That there is Accommodation for ,about 70 Boarders in two houses. one for Senior, -the other for Junior Scholars. Special provision for little ,children. Resident French and German gover nesses; also Specialist in Physical GCul tire. Medical supervision. 3. That students are prepared for all pub 'lic examinations, and for entrance to all the professional courses, at the Univer sity.. The ordinary 'curriculum offers a large number of optional` courses, in cluding a commercial course. 4. That :Music, Art, Calisth'einics, Domestio, Arts and Science have a prominent lplace, are Lwell provided for, and, are . under the direction of ...

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KERANG. 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

KERANG. 17th January. Th:?t p.ortion of the police station bunii . ings knowni as:5 the menTs quartecs, a .two. roomed weatherboard 'building,: was die stroycd by fire last night. !Mounted-con stablc- Nauighton and Constable Tysoc were,: -a ljsnt t at the time. Both are non smilkeri. u:ndt as no fires had been used in the tnild, lilg for:. some time, the origiui of the out break is a . nmsterv. When th1e Iiro wa? - discovered by Serge?ant Ma(ligal it w:'j burning fiercely, and had apparent.ly tart ed 'in tht men's bedroom. :When the cos. stables hastily returned they t ouindch :irt liossible to enter. Mountecd onstab a Naughton cbtained an axe, anid af: ier breaiking through the, wall. of tnoe bura ing structure, succeeded in - pulli m"y out it box and :saving the "sum of o5 which he ]iad pinced therein for safety in .hle mnor:i. ling, it being 1}ay day. Constal le: ysye - also saved £3. Otherwise the trel. "?.' .-fortunately, lost everything except the i clothliing they miere wenti...

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MYERS' FLAT. 17th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MYERS' FLAY. 17th Januaryv While Mr. annd .MMr o. R. Fletcher were in •twn ti-dlay. a fire broke out in the trro : ith. Iheirl guleon, and spread to the hIlto.ec,· stable and luthouses. and in a1 ThorLt ti nme i. he whlole of the bluildii.i's wore -u: td.tttm. 'h lie louit: cont-ained .teven .rooms anr' was w'ell furni.l-ied, :vwhile i.he shed:; containedO a aow a ecCt drill, :. L huogy. r.nd htarlness. iEveryv. ihing was coinsumed. Mir. J. Fitzpatlriclc was kthe firat on ti.he scene, and he was followed by Meesars. F':rnoll, JT. Brown and Lou (Goon. It mns recognied ,that Mvr. Fletchehr'. house - could not be saved, and It.at none of the fur -nishings could be removed. Attenlion was lho.refore diroete:d to Mr. ':. Cook's reossidnce, which was close bly. After strenuous efforts tlh fire was successfully comb:t:etl ai; this lpoint. biut it raged fiercely for soome imoe in ?lte long dry grass. Mr. letchuerl: mattetS lthat he will be a hoa 'v. loaier. Theo fmniuime incldced a piano and...

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

NA NNEELLA. Mr. ~ ~ 71t CoJ h lbanuary. ýr. Cock, th]le .orchard export, visited t1 e E("t1t:eifl,('nl yesterdlay .and cs])Vpr5zcd Jiiuse1f pkease1 with tbe progrcss niadzo with the orchards. MIr. Cock expects the settlers to see some return for their out lay next season. The demand for good trussed lucerne is growing, supplies being called for from Albury. Arrangements-. are being made whereby settlers may dispose of their lucerne crops on the ground, pro vided they take all risks until the trussed commodity is ian the railway truck. Thi*" will save the grower much labor, for the buyer will see to the trussing. Ljuce.rne chaff brings the best price by far, hub growers seem disinclined, so far, to take the trouble to chaff their ,rcrps, owing to the absence of suitable plants and labor. 'Thi' price of ]3erscemu clovei-seed is likely to be much cheaper than was expected, owing to the abundant supplies coming to hand shortly. From 8 to 0:b. to the acre are sown in Egypt, the home of '...

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

PRAiRIE.' 13th 3Jamary. Thi re is keen -rivalry betweeni the ountiry railway ' stations during the w:heit-carting as to which can show the best'riccoid of wheat delivered and trucked ini oiie d ty, and a sligh;t error in the favorite 'Adver tiser" of 'yesterday, by-which'. Prairie's proud Iecord of 66 loads delivered and 3000 bags trucked, was inadvertently headed "iRaywood" instead of "Prairie," aroused much comment among the, "bosa cockies?" a miound Prairie. We are. justly indignaint that our hard-woi honors should be tOhus rutlileasly torn from ius, and look `to our friend, the "L3endigo Advertiser," for-. re dress. ''The opinion is freely: exprssed aiong the whiat platforims that Raywo s d a;s never Leen guilty of delivering 66 lead: or trucking 3000 bags of wheat in cire day. Such 'a record is considered cquite beyond the resources of the "wate-hole sirugglers" supposed to live around. R.ay wod. A\. "boas cockie,'" by the' way, is a man who owns more than the-' regulaton 320 a...

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

RAYWOOD. , . 15th January.. Wheat still in?ninucs to arrive at the Iaywood. station in large quantities, and although as many as 2000 bags hiive been irucked in a day, and trucks have been dilficult to get, the whole space in the goods yard is completely occupied, and. to imake matters v-orso thel Government has a gang of men at Work re-metalling the roads, thus causing farmers great nucon venience. The ramp lately erected by the department for loading hay and chaff is being used as a temporary stacking ground for wheat lpenuiug the arrival of. trlcks. The starling pest is becoming serious in this district, as the birds have now taken to eating all ripe fruit. They have com pletely cleared the fig trees in various gar dens. 17th January. A j:ainful accident befel a young man named Win. Crossley at the, local railway yards this mdrnilig. He was engaged as a wheat lumper, andl was shifting some trilcks. WVlile doing so lie did not notice a moving trucks behind him., The buffer of the ...

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