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ROCHESTER. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
ROCHESTER. 13th January On. Monday morning last a' young man named RIioyr Wills, in the employ of ;,r.. Charles: Major, hiutcler, of Mackay-street, was riding the horse which he usually rides for. orders, wheni the animal started: bucking, and threw young. Wills heavily. He landed on his head on :the i.roadwayv, and sustaiined concussioni of the bain. I? : was` attended to by Dr. ease, and wivill soon be abouit again. Whilst eindeavoring to, place a builll in the pound oni Satiuidiy .evening: list, a. Iad named . Dan. O'Leary. had ain exciting experience:. 3lorlunately. l -.e was on hoias-" back at .thel time;, foi ,the' biill tiurdied dild m'uished th. horse, tearinl a :,long.' gash . in its side .and thrlowing it over o tol o-:f the boy. O' Leiary -escapedd with only a. sprained ankle.; Mr. Hepburnii attended ito: the horse 'aiid stitched ip) t'e woiiid: Wheat -is still pouring : into Itochester ti tlh? r'te of about 4000 =bags i;Pr day,.d s'id lai'ge :stacks of. grain are rising ...
THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SASH [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
The Latdit Ideals;-=It is scarce.y an ex aggeration to, siay ' that=: the' imlportance, of the saslh? grows with eaich suicceeding 'week. Never in fiy' experience has the sash teen such a fatu.re of. tlhe .toilette,' - and n ever; certainly, hiis :it variel sfu luch. in'. styl. anid width. A? the priiesent moment1: tl,]1 luos? populari ? ash "with the really. smart diess is a.. rather broiad :draped exaniple, which is raised slightly in front to p1ri. :duce :thue fasliioinable waistline of the hlour, iid is soinctimes filished with ends tiild ;oni1stimnes niot; This sasli is carried out, in i lniosta aiy 151uliple iiiaterial, privided . it be' .handsomo' enouh, and- generally .:in !iiilit' tones; such its ioses oranfc; eherry, ?ir Nattier. blue. :Some of the new dressen of- thin; .translarent maiterials have the sash :eids taken -ifiderneath the 2nateriaL o: that they hang down the foundation of the skirt (goneratlly of satin). and just gleam lrettil- tlhrough the thin tissue of the...
A DAINTY SUMMER FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
: DAINTY SU MMER FiROCK. Fuor. Indooi' or Oeutdoor Wear. -Among /,ho most. &lt;effective. of sthe, siumer t.oilettes are the6 prett:i, simple best" gowns .whliich are eqpally suitable for" indoor .or outidoor werr. rThceso are shown -i aA,wide variety;: of iniitetials and- prices, ranging? fromd. a little model in cotton crepe at 25/ or, 30, to, a gorgeous creation in sill:, voile, lia?id embroidered, mounted over satin, a?i most " beautifully finished : at as many guineas. One of tho prett!est of these', frocks- tliit hlas comie to: my noticee recently: ?vsis a coinparatively iinclxpeusiv?.e model ecar ried out in fthe fiest: of grcv .voile, -:the gieyv being a aparticularly soft .and delicate shade: T?h'he , bodice o thei: frock iwas dis-::: tir.ctly .original in style- It w as arranged ia cross-over style in .:front leaviing. a .: shaped openingd, at the.iick' :Fromn each ":side of thýe zross-oer.c fronts turned; bdck: a parfectlhly p-liii' collair o1 :bad of the nia . te...
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. 'The list of visitors at -the Hotel Sham xock fori the past week included:-Mlrs. and Miss Smith, Deniliquin; M1r. I'anicourt, Sydney; Mirs, L. Ivueller and child, St. Ifilda;' Mr. Gray, Swan Hill; Mr. Cunlifle Owon, England; Mr. Vaughan, England; Mr. Coy, Rushwortih; Mr. 1R. Saunders, London; Mr. J. 2P'Donaldl, Switzerland; Mr. R. Bailey, Adelaide; Mr. and Mrs. Gurling, fHcalcsville; Mr. and Mrs. M'Pherson, Deniliquin; Mr; Patterson, Swarn Hill; Mi Littlejohn, Last 8Ie1 bourne;. Mr; Briggs, Rochester; Mi. It. Mahern, Sydney; Mr. and Masters Wal .lace, Kamnarooka; also Mr. uand Mrs. Ier man and family,. MlIr. Salmon, Mr. J. Stern berg, :M.L.C , Mr. Ward, Mr. V. Tanner. P.M , Mr. Reynolds, Mr. IReid, Mr. Price, Mrs. :tnd Master K. W. .Rleye, and Mr. Coates, Melbeourne. At the City Family Hotel were staying: -Miss Orr. Toorak; Mr. Pommery, Haw thorn; Mr. F. E Hunter, St. Kilda; Mr. Ii. James, New Zealand; Mr. M?0Cornaclk, Newmarket., Mr. Tippets, Caulfield; Mr. Joh...
SEBASTIAN. 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
17th Januiary. i:`'.uid Mnd- rs. J M'Doniild, who are:about to leave Sebastin,.i; where they have re sidedd for: mainy years, were t:enidered a, pub. l'c farewell by residents . of thiat locality :and the surrounding districts last Thurs day evening .in the public hall. The bnuilT ;ng was crowded, the. chlair being occupied by Cr.. Ke.tt:erer; . After referringt to the sterlingo quihlities of ir... and Mrs M'Donaldc, the chairman presented then. with a. handsome tea and coffce service on jbehlilf of the. residents of the district;. Iie said th:it Scbastian was sistaniniig :a great loss by the departure' of such old and es teemed residelnts, who had -done much to advauce the interests of the district. The chairman's remarks -wcre p:pported li Messrs. J. Rielly, J. Charlton, and B. Rielly. Mr. iMDonald suitably -responded on behalf o? himself aind his wife" ant ex p,:essod the hope that the district viould continue, to prosper. The proceedings ter minated with a, supper and dance. Dur...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
FC TI R N :;. ` :: , ' - With CUT CURA 5OAP Frequent shampoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted" when necessary by gentle anointings with, CCuticura Ointment, afford .the-purest; sweet est and, most, economical method of freeing the scalp -of infants and children from minor eruptions, itchings and scalings and of es tablishing -permanent hair health. SCutlcura Soap and Ointment are sold throughout -the world. A liberal sample of each, with 32-page .booklet on tle care and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent post-free.( Address I'. Tow1ts & Co., Sydney, N. S. W. · " -i
SEDGWICK. 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
, ,-SEDGVWICK. S 18th January. In the absence of rain, the forest timi;c~ in the. ?irea tiriversed byv :the- recent f:ire; is still.;burning in :places. 'Fanned by the wind, : th ?"firb- has madei its: wa.y down 'i long tlih Axe Creck? bibt it:- has been :confined Lo-, nar rovw limits, Oadd .ias not ..one. niuch cldanitagee. Residentsr alonfg the Mosquito Cre'k are ,ap prehenGive of danger, as should tthe firo bieak away' and reachi t6 h cultivated areas sit would, v.ith a favorablo wind, be easily arried iiito: th- Kimbolton'i -district.
WILL WITNESSED TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
WILL WITNESSED TOO LATE. A will disposingf of an estate in, England valued at £117,607/19/G has been dleclared by :l?Mr. Justice :B3arra.ve Deane to be in *vilid because, although the testator's sig nature was all right, he becbne. uncou seious before the witnesses' signatures "had been affixed, and did not recover couscious The testator wvas Mr... Percy Richardson Orompiton; of Bury, Laiicaslahire, a liiper mattufacturer, who `;diel on- 27th April, 1913. As lr he died a` bachelor and without parent, letters of administration of his property have been granted to his bro thers. Mr. James Richardson Crompton and M~r. Ralph Crompton as two of ths, next of kin. They' will have had to find surety in a sum of ,£235,000 for the due administration of the estate. as provided by law fcr the iproperty of persons dying intestate .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUFACTURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DAIRY UTENSILS, G AL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS. And AI Kinds of SHEET METAL GOODS.. OUR MANUFACTUJRES MAY -BE PRO. SCURED TRFP.OQ .-LL STCREKEEPERS IN THE ,,orTHERN DISTRICT. ILUMME AND ISER TIMBER and IRON MERCHANTS. BZNDIGO. SPECIALTIES: -%ALL PAPERS, CEILINGS and FRIEZES i~n Great Variety, from 4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. M&NTELPIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILEP HEARTHS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH HEATERS. rVVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DAT? .At MODERATE PRICES. A?ENTS for WUNDERLICH'S STEEL. CEILINGS, Eto. Correspondence Invited. ITeloebone 48.)
FEDERAL ELECTORAL ACT. ROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED. Melbourne, 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
FEDERAL ELECTfOR L ACT. ICROYAL COMMISSION APPOINTED. Melbourne, 16th January. The Prime Minister to-day announced the names of the -?oyal Commission to inquire into the Commonwealth Electoral Act. The names are: - MIr. Sinclair, member for Moreton, Queensland (chairman); Mr. Pat ten, member for i-nume, N.S.W.; Mr. Pos ter, member for Wakefield, S.A.; Mr. Laird Smith, miember for Denison, Tasmania; and Dr. Maloney, member for .Melbourne. West Australia is :not. represented on the com mission. The commission is the result of the pas sage of a motion moved in the House of Representatives by. Mr. Sinclair that there should be an inquiry into the state of the Federal rolls and the conduct of the last geiieral election. When the motion was carried the Electoral Bill, then on the no tice paper, was dropped. The commission will begin work .at once. It will investi gate the orgaiisa:tion of the Electoral de partment in methods of compiling and cleansing the rolls, and the whole conduct of e...
OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa.") After Christmas the long summer days pass slowly, each like the other, save in the matter of a varying heat temperature. The'llo baths in the Upper Rleserve introduce a new summer feature, and day after day the park seats are full of interested spec tators. Juding by the crowd that drifts up there in the afterhoon, the forthcom ,ing carnival will be a great success. - Among other events, there is to be a race for ladies, and this should prove an attrac tion, fdr the girls' olub has some escep tionally finu iswimmers. lhle girls' city baths is having a busy time these days, and that brdwn tint usually to be gainedl at the seaside only is rapidly making its appearance in the little sporting circle of this inland city; An;ong: the younger set a few mnonlight picnics have been ar ainged, and. croquet and tennis is iii full swing during the dclay. Otherwise there is no s cial activity. Mrs. Norman De Ravin has returned from Sandringham, bringing with her...
CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. In the Wednesday Association District matches, Anglicans had an easy win against Maldon on Wednesday. Anglicans scored 261 for two wickets in their first innings, of which Shelton made 100 and Pleasants 68 (both not out). Anglicans decided to declare their innings closed, and sent Mal- don, who had a weak team, to the wickets. Through the splended bowling of M'Knight (five for 8) and W. Newham (three for 25). Maldon only scored 69 in their second innings, Anglicans winning by an innings and 98 runs. C.U.C.C. were badly defeated by Metho- dists. Cattlemaine in their first innings scored 103, and Methodists 311, of which W. Baker made 84, W. Freeman 53, Ste- venson 43, and the veteran A. D. Freeman 43 not out. Castlemaine did better in their second innings, scoring 137 for the loss of seven wickets, Banfield going in first and carrying out his bat for 61. H. Coldrey scored 35. Methodists won on their first innings by 208 runs. A match took place at Rochester o...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
IN MEMORIAM. &nbsp; TURNER.—-In loving memory of dear grandma, who fell asleep in Jesus 19th January, &nbsp; 1911; also our dear Uncle Abe, 10th &nbsp; &nbsp; January, 1913. &nbsp; &nbsp; Thy will be done. &nbsp; —Inserted by E S. T. and family, Church-st. WALKER.— In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, who passed &nbsp; &nbsp; away 19th January, 1911, at Market-street, &nbsp; &nbsp; Eaglehawk. —Inserted by her husband and children. WALKER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died, 19th January, 1911. &nbsp; Too dearly loved to be forgotten. &nbsp; &nbsp; —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, F. and T. L. Austin. &nbsp; &nbsp; WALKER (nee Wearne).—In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Eliza Ann &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tresidder, who died 19th January, 1911. A patient sufferer at res...
BRIDGEWATER. 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
BRIDGEWATER. 16th. Januarv. The fishing season this year in the River Loddon has been exceptionally good compared with other seasons. A great many fish have been caught in the Loddon. Messrs. H. Vince, G. Wylie and others went out for a night's fishing. recently, and caught 28 nice fish, weighing in all about 701b.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTH. BAIN (nee Ida Scott).-On the 12th January, 1914, at "Morocco," Bancroft-street, Bendigo, &nbsp; the wife of Mr. Jack Bain - a son. Both well MARRIAGES. COOK-CURRIE.-On the, 17th Dec., 1913, at St. Paul's Church, Bendigo, by Dean MacCullagh, William, second son of W. Cook, of Melbourne, to Mabel, eldest daughter &nbsp; of Mr. and Mrs. J. Currie, of Hargreaves &nbsp; street, Bendigo. HEBDEN-WOLSTENCROTT-(Silver Wedding).- On the 16th January, 1889, at St. Paul's Church, by the Venerable Arch-deacon, MacCullagh, William Bardsley, &nbsp; &nbsp; second son of the late John Hebden, of Manchester, to Jane (Jennie), eldest daughter of Joseph Wolstencroft, Esq., Williamson &nbsp; street, Bendigo. LOWNDES-YOUNG.-On. the 10th of &nbsp; December, 1913, at "Vine Hill," Emu Creek, by the Rev. R. B. Roberts, Victor Albert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowndes, &nbsp; Emu Creek, Strathfieldsaye...
SWAN HILL. 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
SWAN HILL... 13 th January Onr Saturday evening. last a little: girl, aged 3, , daughter of .Mr. George Brace,: of Fish P"oisxti met :with:. a painful a:ci dent: While running :about the ::liouse she fell and .:broke hei" arm.. DI I, Lgge attended to the small sufferer: A meeting :of :the explorers' - memorial committee was held in the Shire 'Hall last night. Mr:. : OH:0 Appleby presided. Ci. E. G. Gray representing the Shire Coun-, cil, was also' ini ? attendance. The -object of th~: meeting ivas to consider: the variious designs :tendered, and after discussion it was decided , that :the- one submitted, iy Messrs. H .l3. B--Corben and Sons, of Cli.fton Hill;, be approved f. :The cost commplete` is .'100 ?::It _'was resolved to writo to.. Mr. John .Grayi, MI:: A , and ask him to rap. proaachi Mrfr Eagelthliornr with a view to ob. taming a. small- grant' from the Govern, ueent. 16t:i Jar uary, Yesterday I.:: Pulir,? aged eight years, whilst, playing 'ii some gal uani:ed iri i at Mell...
OBITUARY [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
OBITUARY On the 9th of January Mrs. Frank Godden, of Bonn, died rather suddenly in Miss Cruickshank's private hospital. The deceased lady was quite well on the pre- vious day, and was in Rochester. She was taken ill during the night, and Dr. Lease was called in, and had her at once re- moved to the hospital, but she only lived for a short time. The cause of death was uraemic poisoning. Deceased, who was very popular among a large circle of friends, was only 29 years of age, and had only been married about eight months. She was a daughter of Mr. D. Stokes, of Corop. The funeral took place on Satur- day, and was well attended, the service at the grave being conducted by the Rev. H. S. Heath. The funeral of the late Mr. Joseph Thomas Bawden, who died on 11th, took place on Tuesday afternoon to the Ben- digo Cemetery. The cortege moved from his late residence, Panton-street, Eagle- hawk, and was largely attended. The pall- bearers were Messrs. W. Brown, L. Wat- kins, W. Taylor, and H. S...