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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

FARMERS' AND CITIZENS' TRUSTEES COMPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT. OF SPARLIAMENT TO ACT' AS " TRUSTEE AND EXECUTOR - UNDER -WIILS, ADMINISTRA'fOR OF ESTATES, ETC. SECURITY, £10,000 WITH STATE 'LREASURER -Registc rod OIeIie )ITY OHtAMBERS, HIGH STREET, BENDIGO.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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CASTLEMAINE. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

CASTLEMIVANE. William M Kindley,: aged 36 years, who for- some "years has : been sluicij,o at :his native place,; Barkeir's, ,Creek,` committedl-: suicide ::this mnornii; under seiisatioiial cir ciunstances I: or '.somie time:- he had:been under the imipression-itliat `:.he was going mad, and consulted- Dr.;:Thompson? ; The d6ctor. se6ing tlhlf': t ihe m'an was suffering from melanchoi1i: :?dvised :him to ? to. the local hospital, and hle did so. After having breakfast this molrning he suddenly rose and threw himself from the balcony 30ft. high. He fell on a soft. garden bed, and was only slightly injured. He then jumped the hospital fence, and rushed over to Barker's Creek, into which ho precipi tated himself. There being no water in the creek and being followed. by one of the -nurses and Matron Creagh, lie ran up the Gaol Hill. tHe was accosted by a man named Beck, who, seeing the nurses run ning after him, tried to stop him, but the fugitive threatened to knock his brains out.. w...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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ECHUCA. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

ECHU CA. 20th January. By the A.N.A. excursion train, which left .Echuca, for. Melbourne via Bendigo, to-day, there were. 223 :passengers-46 first-class and .177, second-class. 21st January. Mr. :H?ugh 7:ien, i:istructor of the .iBIhuca. Rangers' B':d, has bcen offered a :inil.ar position at.Eaglelumwlk. Mr. Niven ;.a not yet- (rays our Echuca corresp.ndi'ent) dccided .whoether he will accept the off:.r or not. _A. meeting of the supporters of the riauers' Band is being ca:led to disctuss the . question hf ways ard means with n view to ret:tir.iiu :,Mr. Nivcn's services. M?r. Nivok. lvi arrarged to give a definite a:zs'wr t] the .Eanglhawk -B and yesterday, but Lt:e secreo'a'ry (Mr. T. R. Davies) re ceved thie following telegram :-"Dclaycd arnwer tidl Wednesday. Public nimcting to-night. Don't expe??ct to reain . here. Niven."' Telephoning early this morning, our EclucW e correspondent reported :--A meeting of the Rangers' Band supporters was held on Tuesday night to consider the re...

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SHAREBROKER DISAPPEARS. A CAIRNS SENSATION. Cairns, 25th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SHAREBROKER DISAPPEARS. A CAIRNS SENSATION. Cairns, 25th January. The.i sudden disappearance of Mr. Arthur H -'.Clarke, a well-known sharebyoker, is causing anxiety. He was seen on Friday onl tho way to the wharf, where he, in tended to iull across Cairns's Inlet in a "flattio '. Since. then. nothing has been Peen. of Mr. Clarke or the boat.

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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. LONDON, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. , LONDON, 20th January. S'M:agpnificeiit films, depictiug the. daily :iif of :every ~ction of .the British arlny,ta3kcn i'?der .?ai.- Office . directions,: :halvt::: i been ,exlibitLcd a.it th l Palac, WTheatide. llio iuiper gaallciios .wýie". croewckd:d- witih soldiers l,rouli;ht fin Aldershot ,by?? spleciai ; traji F:ildd-M:rsihal .Io r!Loe;? iobdi a>ind al party. of friends appseed°ini the box T'he rol diels rose to theiii feet :id the laudience joined in ,a. tirairendois .o ation :.to:_' LoiL Roberts.. Thlfh films atre gosing t to .?qAruj T*he *itA?tmrin Acadeiny a .Scletuces. and G eograp iical Society; ]haa subscribed £:?.2 8 0 to. ards Di'r. Ielix,. Xoniig s Aiitirctic cx pe ditioin. r err A muteii wfios~ ,'C :d sd overedl the South IPole; ia ;,ssisting with his ad ice. The:principal ivork iwil oe carried out .wit sledges, the object being-to reachll the. Queen-. MIvau,.l Mo?i.taivs aiid discover thedcoiitiinuation of Gralhari :: Laiid andtlihe icl tion...

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IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT. EXCURSION TO ROCHESTER. Melbourne, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

--IRRIGATION SETTLEMENT, 'EXCURSION TO ROCHESTER. . Melbourne, 24th January. On °the 5th February an excursion will b' made to the Rochester district i.n brder to enable landseekers aild others interest le ed in irrigated closer settlement to observe er the progress which has been made in that r district during the past three years. The a train will reach. ltochester in tilme for thin d cheon. and in the iifternoon the N'Nuneella' g Estate, 'which forms the eastern' part of the 1- Rochester. district, will be inspected The ig iltrht will be spent 'either at Rochester or IS - Echuca, as a special 'train will. be run to g the latter. place in the evening. On the is followvilig day an inspection will be made is of the ,Ballendella and Bamarwm Estates, r- which form the western 1art of the Roches Is ter district, and an. op0portunity will also a' be afforded to inspect the Echuca 'Estate it of 3000 acres, recently .thrown open for ?. settlement, 'but on which, little progress y has yet ...

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SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The concluding matches in the first round of the Bendigo Association's competition were (r.t-od unon on 21,t. and some interesting cricke.,t, was the result. Chief interest centred in th-" Y.M.C.A.-B1.U.C.C. Southern match at Back Creek, owing to the fact that a. win by the Y-ung. Men would place them half a point in the lead for the premiership. The. B.U.C.C. Southern team batted first, and with 10 men compiled 187 runs. The Y.M.C.A. only had a few minutes to bat, and in that time compiled 13 runs. The finish on Wed nesday should be close. In the Upper Re serve the Northern B.U.C.C. treated the Com rades to an afternoon's leather hunting, hit ting .up 332 runs for six wickets. This game will also be fi',ished to-morrow: NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. C. Thorpe (B.U.C.C. N.) ... ... ... 135 F. Colo (B.U.C.C. N.) ............ ......72 E. Lethlean (B.U.C.C. N.) . ... ... 4 J. Lightfoot (B.U.C.C. Southelin)... 39 A Turner (B.U.C.C. N.) ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BREAKIN OUT e ON BABY'S FACE Almost Govered that Part of Face, Festered and Inflamed, Also On Fingers and Knee. Used Cuti cura Soap and Ointment, Face Now Quite Healthy. "Wando," Wilby Wilby, N. S. W.-"?"My baby's chin broke out in the form of a pimple and gradually spread until the sore almost covered that part of her face. It would fester and all become inflamed. There were also the same sores on her flngers and knee. I tried several remedies without success. One day I saw an advertisement for the Cuticura Remedies, so I got some Cuticura Ointment, which I used along with Cuticura. Soap, which I had been using for two years, and in four days I could notice a vast difference, and now after three weeks my baby's face is quite healthy. I think Cuticura Soap and Ointment splendid for the skin and hair." (Signed) Mrs. L. M. Cook, January 7, 1913. J? FOR PIMPLES AND BLACKHEADS The following is a most effective and eco nomical, treatment: Gently smear the af fected parts with Cuticura Oi...

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GOORNONG. Muskerry East, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

GOORNONG. Taskerry Eist "1st Jainary. Mr Toii Cunningliain was thlirowni. from b:lliahisie on: Stinday ieveninog wliilst driving a cow ,ouit of :'a paddock:: in :which grain w?as stacked: Mr. Cunihiigliain ay in the paddock :from G o'clock .in the :eveimng uintil. `2 ' clock : next i ornling before .he recoveredI sufficiently to be able: to ircachci Mr.: Owen Flynn':r; house, only a 'fe chaiins away. -Tie -received severe cuts abouit?- thle head. facea -naimd arinns' aind, it is.: feared thiit a 'mitl? :bone in oine arin is ibroki: i . r Cuitnnin'gham wtnti to Endio y'st'iida tot : see :a doctor. Whea . carting is in ftll: swing; anid t?he :roaids are suffering accoirdingly. aol state :of the . pump at the local shire di?i; is causing much comment amongst team-n Iters. It is iout of order, and. will not: lift .water at 'all. Some. tirme ago .theiro' wuas talk 'of .a . ewi pumn p being erected:l in tune., fori the caxitihlg : season; buit so :fauiir ; it hias not ::been: dohne: It is...

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SEVERE WEATHER IN EUROPE. TEN FEET OF SNOW. TRAIN SERVICES SUSPENDED. LONDON, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SEVERE WEATHER IN EUROPE. -TEN FEET OF SNOW. TRAIN SERVICLS SUSPENDED. LONDON, 20th January. Very severe weather is being experienced in Great Britain and on the continent. England is enveloped in several feet of 51'OW. Villages in the Narbonne district of France are buried beneath ]Oft. of snow Country train services are suspended and several tirains have been held up, and rivers are frozen. Traffic on the Seine has been stopped, and miniature iceflocs are rushing against vessels. It. i' feared that the tlhaw will cause, foods LONDON, 24th January. Great Britain is expericncing the severest weather that has been known for several years. To-day was the coldest for a year in England. there being eleven degrees of fiost iun Londn, and 17 degrees in country districts Rivers and lakes are coated with ice, and racing at Kenmpton Park wns postponed on the ground that it was un ipo.siblc to ]told the meeting. France and Germany are also suffering from a (cold wave. Charcoal braziers are bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

PRESB TERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. SThe ]roperty of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. Established in 1875. Principal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.Sc. The Scope and "Aims of the College in brief summary show: 1. That scholars are admitted to the Kinder garten and Preparatory Departments from- 5 years of age. 2. That there is Accommodation for abouit >70: Boarder in two houses, one for Senior; the other for Junior Scholars. Special provision for', little childreh. Resident French and German :gover nesses; also Specialist in Physical Cul ture. Medical supervision. 3.:That students are prepared for all pub - ic. 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. Thaht Muisio, Art; 'Calisthenics, Domestio, Airts. and: Science have a prominent place, are well:- provided for, and are under the direction o...

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POULTRY RAISING AND EGG PRODUCTION. (NO. XIII.) MR. W. BURRIDGE'S LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

POULTRY RAISING AND EGG PRODUCTION. (NO. XIII.) MR. W. BURRIDGE'S LEGiO NS. 'The-near approach of the change in the ipoultry season mnakes the present a rather unfavorable time to visit poultry farms for things generally .are disordered in prepara. tion .for the disposal of the old hens and the selection .of this year's pullets for egg _laying. A visit to Mr. W. Jlurridge's well laid-out poultry farm at Grassy Flat during tho week, however, demonstrated that this enthusiastic poultry breeder is proceeding along right lines to ensure success, and his admirably-selected stock of \VWhite Leghorns shows evidence of careful treatment. Comr muencing in a small way with a few birds of a good strain, Mr. Burridgo has gra dually built up his stock, until at present he has over 600 birds in his yards. Mr. F1 E. A, Gordon's system of intense poultry araming has a warm supporter in Mr. Bur ridge, and he has in course of construction one of Mr. Gordon's patent poultry houses. This building is 72...

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HEATHCOTE. 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

. HEATHCOTE, 24th Jainuary At the Police Court on Friday Constableo Docking, of Goornong,. on the information of` Stephen Kennedy, of Toollcen, chaiged Mary Walsh; married woman, of T'oollcen, \with cruelty to animals. Mr. Frank Cohen appeared to prosecute on behalf of the Society for the Protection of Animals; and' Mr J. T. Keane for defeudant. it twas alleged that a hen and 10 chickens had been locked in a closet fromn :31st Decembhe. to Gth. January without food or water, with the klinowledge of defendant, who pleaded. not. guilty.. The evidence showed that the bixls :had :been locked up by a son of de-.. feondant, and when liberated they were in a frightfully emaciated condition. Four of the chickens died. The bench considered the case proved, and inflicted a fine of,-5S; '" or one month's imprisonmnent, with .£5/9/4 costs A stay of execution for 14 days was granted. Messrs. V. Tanner, P.M., and E IHayes, J.P., were on the bench. At the Police Cdr't yeSterday, before .Messnrs. "...

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CAMPING OUT ALLOWANCES. Melbourne, 21st January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

CAMPING OUT ALLOWANCES. Melbourne, 21st January In the Legislative Assembly this after noon Mr. D. Smith asked the Minister for Railways why the camping-out allowance is .not being paid to supcernumerary em ploycs in the Railway department on their first appointmcnt. Mr. Mackinnon: The camping-out allow. anco is being paid to supernumerary e.e ployes in accordance with the conditions indicated by the Premier in his announce. .nment in the Legislative Assembly. These were--(a) That the camping-out allowance w ill be granted to supernumerary employea in special way gangs who are married or \lo h.lave relativees dependent on them for. support, except at the ".lace at which they were first employed. (b) That all em ployee~ia. special way gangs will be sup plied free of charge with tents or other ssleeping accommodation, whether at the place of first cmploy or elsewhere. (c) This .means that men wiHh dependcnlt will be ,st'plied with tent-, but will not be granted "`this ,camping-out all...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

PERsONAL. For the second year in sut:cessioib, . Ir 1? T. !Treinbath has been accorded a walkover fo- the?" 'liainiunahliip of the.Bendigo ;tock, E ,xchiinge. A siihilar *heorhior has been .con fer'fc cd' uloni the secrihtary .(Mr. G. A Milleri. M :r.a W. B3rd~wn, the ietiring vice: ahairinan,i n ot .sc!ekin re-electcion. _ ThO only ointinhtionS; received ?0r the coinmiit:: tee are ?o ds :of i the retiiting members, S Mssrs D: W. :Bayne 1. Iarmneir, ,. O. U RoM]emp, :Georgoe Il:e, J. JUr1iquhiart, aid 3. Wills.. 'r)o :auditors are Messrs. "L Y. North ?and . Brliker.. Mr. I3I. Kenzie, M '.I LA., who was Miniister for 1 inds .iii the Lirst W ittb Go veirnint'u and ". rceently ulnderwent a S critical surgical .'6p iitiii, i.'s. reec?ered, 'aid was- at;Parliamen.t I::louse and the State lpublio" officcs T'uesday. Hi::eIiws noti readic ly -iecCOrnisedl by fellow:nmembers and offi-. ccis,. ashlie had shaved 'of! lis 'beard. In ei::. h :instnce wlien" his identity was estnab.," lislied ho ...

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EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

EAGLEHAWK. :A meeting of the Borough Ba.nd ind 'A.N.A. ouinidtion -Day: .Celebratiobn committe;e was helId :Triuessly,: Mrh I. :IRichards= presidiig - 'IThe: following sports officials tiWero?:'appointed: -.Ha ndicappers---Messrs. -N.. 'W'alk-·ca.id: lR. .Davis. Starter-LMr:-; .I- . ' King:.:i Jutdges -Pedestrian, Messis. r J. :TrewhellalJ. ? M'Con nell, T.1 ,Bailey and Cr..J. Trevean; swim. m ing.: Mcsis G M?'Willam and .: E? iott, it was: decided -to miake an: effort to proceuro the services of 'Firitz.:Von Lister, an. operatio `'siffleur, and imitator of :birds and animals; fo6i the concert in-,'the: evening. It "was :also agrccd. to illuminate the grourlds by electri city. The sccretairy reportel, that it had been arranged :for . the sports to commence at 3 o'clock in: the afternoon, and the concert at 8.15,pm in The .children's' prooession will start at .7.30 from Clayton's.corner. The necessary arriiangements wore made for a number .of side shois; . Mr. T. R. Davies, secretary...

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SENTENCE OF DEATH. IF FOUR ACCUSED ARE CONVICTED. PRETORIA, 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SDNLENCUE OF o UDEATIT. IF FOURn ACCUSED ARE CONVICTED . PRETORIAB 23rd January. It is :uniderstootd :that: a general Lcourt inartial with Brig'ii?ier-Generaol Lakin. (In. Spector-Genei'al of' the Permninen?it Forces) as 'resident, will be convened for the sum inary trial of four men arrested on serious charges uinder martial law. The names of the accused are Drake, Steyn, Ferguena, and )Oliver. 'The first two are alleged to have caused an explosion, and the others. are charged with having had explosivea in their possession. The section: of the martial law regulations _under which ,this- court is being convpnedl prescribes. sentence of death in case of con. victions for these offences. No nman has more pleasant miemories in life than of the triumphs he won in bis.' schooldays.--The Mayor of .Marylebone.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

854 DIA IOND JUBILEE 1914 OF 'II I' SUPREME FOR SIXTY YEARS. E. ROWLANDS PROPY. LTD.,? ?::AM'A MELBOURNE, BALLARAT, SYDNEY AND KATOOMBA, AGENTS for K00MAll SPA B E.ROWLANDS := ''ýBENDIGO AGENTS--BENDIGO & STEWARD CO-OPERATIVE BREWERY CO, LTD, -. PA- O°

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

The ~edigopiar Aproa1, ,i1 - - ....-. - - - ' -+. 'r" :f_ PICTURES iews of Bendigo, etc. Photo Stdi At SGallery ,Pictures, etc. (A. number'of the pictures are beautifully tinted.) STRIES ?:iThe' Vanishing Lady,!'.. by A. . Cooper ". Sop hie-Dramatic :Agert by :Mrs Couso f Kernahan. TI ... -Bendigo"; "A Christmas Message '.by Rev. J. Crookston; " The Wattle," by. G. B: Manders; " Rochester,", "Bamawm," "Ker S" . - ang," by the Bendigo Advertiser" repre M Issrs. Mackay and Co., . Bendigo. Please forward me -a copy of the BENDIOONIAN ANNUAL, for which I enclose' seven-pen ce. SA ddress. ....... ".................. .:::.. . :.i: .:: "DEIAF AS AN ADDER." N The ,vision of most seri ents. is poor, :the boa-constrictor, for inotence, being able to seen no further than one-third of its own length. Some snakes see no further than one-eighth of their own length. Frogs axe better- endowed with sight, for they can distinguish objects clearly at a distance of 20 ' times their' own length. The hea...

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POISONING SUSPECTED. EVIDENCE AT THE INQUEST. Castlemaine, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

POISONING SUSPECTED. EVIDDINCE AT THE 1NQUEST.' ; Castlemaine, .21sit January. SThe sudden. death of Mr. Herbert Par kiinso.i who collapsed in the; E:chFca to A'eibourne , train last : night . whien nearing Castlemaine, has "caused, a sensation' tl:ouigh later developments. " This morn -iug e~s rgea.nt lancock received .a ce--ti ficato from Dr. Moss, of Echiica, who had been attending deceased, certifying . that the cauise of death was rupture of hydatid cysts on the iiver and cardiac failure. The remanils of the unfortunate young- man having, been conveyed to the morgue at the local hospital, the resident surgeon, on being: informed of Dr. Moss's certificate. could not fit in the cause of death,' with thne ;appearaiice of the corpse. The deputy corodner. (Mr.' T. Odgers, J.P.) and Sergeant HIncock not being satisfied, ordered, a iiest-mortem exaauination to be made. This tookiplace to-day, and an iniquest was lield tlhik~ Vtivefng-' at the hospital, when the fol lo ing evideice was...

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