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ELMORE—COHUNA LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

E;LMOflE~--G OUNA .'LINE. In 1 the urient ;ieek's "Goverumnel 'Uazette" the 'Roche ,ter .- sre Unit iiiil -- 'is' 2 izetted t i ail~way --o. tttii ruc" i) °riis.-. the purpose' `of aquirii g `lad for the El-1 )kci'e-Cohuna -rai1lv';y

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE RAILWAYS. BORDER ROUTES. ENGINEER'S INSPECTION. Kerang, 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

THE RAILWAYS. BORDER ROUTES. ENGINEER'S INSPECTIONi: Kerang, "17th .Janary ,.The ýengineer-in-chief of the) ictorian Rail vays= (Mi:. Mr E. Kernot). has paid· vrisit of inspection to sodne o:f t}:he pir posed irailwvay i;6utes. from : -the .Victoricoai:l :border into .;the :riverina.i On Tuesd'iy Mi Kernot 'motoired over. the iroute ofithe pri ;1osed- liine fromni M aina to lioulaaneiei On l Wednlesdal ihe.h travelled from Mioulamein to: B ailraii?ild;: onic:. Tli, sday inspected the .ountity.Lbet ee :Bairanialcd and Gonxu Crossi in,--on tble .Murray 'nolth of Kerang. . On IFriday 2morning iMr. Kernot .:retiirned= to6 Ecliuca, -crossing: the Muiray at 'the B I: hmun-Koondrook bridge. Mir.. Kernot :-iii-? tends saying i - visit: at .a. later date to t he: : Kcrang. district to. °inspectd the route? of thel iroiposed .Kerang and Golin Crossing, line.

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THE PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

- ,_PTiHE PROCESStON4 :?._, Y' . iii tlie afteriioon., procession start :e'd".fi0, f the Toiwni Hall and' passed through the :streets on its w ay to the TJipper Re servel It. :,was chiefly composed of bur ]esque display, anat it was evident that the proceedings at the grounds iwere aoing to be enlivened withl a good deal of hu morous frolic by tlhe chlarncters who were on the march. The Hopetoun Brass Band headed the procession, and gave it tone in a double sense.

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CAMPBELL'S FOREST. SPLENDID FARM LANDS YARRABERB SUB-DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

UGIVMPBLL'S " FOREST'. SPLENDID FARMll LANDS ,YARRABERB SUB-DIVISION. (By Our Special Reporter.) It is indeed an excel.tional year in ,which good profitable crops are not harvest ed inu the Campbell's Forest district. In fact, :it is the justifiable boast of the far ci.ers that in the driest of years a crop is aiwayls got in Campbell's Forest. This isatisfactory position is due to good land and good farming. Anyone would have to go a long way to find land that shows so little wear and tear as the result of the almost continuous cropping during the past 40 years. Many of the pioneers lived to reap the.reward of their labors in clearing the. land of its heavy box timber. Many others have gone to a better reward, and their sons and daughters are occupying the farms so much labor carved out of the forest. The district is splendid proof of the stability of timbered country when brought under farming. Campbell's Forest is otherwise as favor ably situated. Its proximity to a market town !l...

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YARRABERB SUB-DIVISION. LARGE AVERAGE CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

YAREABERB SUB-DIPVTSION. lIARGE1 A VEP.AGE CROPS. An important developmennt during i.he I:st two or threq years hns been thle sub division of, a large -stretch of the Ynrra • ??rb :Estate, between CampbUels Forest and Derby. The erstwhile pastoral solitude :l'as been broken by the, Ihritu of the har %cster. During the past three years over 100 men have been employed felling and carting away the box trees. Thile Messrs. Thomas and Re-ginald Clarke, who bought some 1200 acl'es, employ about six men the year round on their farms. Under the squatter reglna:, the whole of the sub divlsion employed but two men constantly. Closed roads have been opened. Substan tial hlimesteads have oeen erected, and per lnaps the best test of the value of nixedl farming over zq'atting to the State is thn ii creeac of business at the Derby rail way statior. and the Bridgewater Flour mill. As fast as conditions permit the new settlers are increasing their cropping area. Sometimes they wish they had more pla...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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AQUATIC SPORTS. SUCCESS OF BENDIGO YOUTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

AQUATIC SPORTS. SUCCESS OF BENDIGO YOUTHS. The aquatic sports were a popular part of the carnival. A good programme of swimming, diving and novel events had been arranged, and the competitors includ ed a number of visiting swimmers, some coming from the Murray and some from Melbourne, including T. B. Bennett, the Victorian champion. The . pro ceedings were watched by an in terested crowd, which heartily cheer, ed the winners. Master R. Wallace, of Bendigo, carried off the Northern District Championship and the Invitation Handicap without difficulty, and his success was a source of keen gratification to local swim mers and the spectators generally. The diving proved h:ighly interesting, the per formance of M. Straughair, Reg. Scott and others being highly meritorious. Tile greasy pole event proveoked roars of laughter. The officials carried out their duties capably, and everything passed off pleasantly. Ap. pended are the results:- Boys' Race (under 15 years), 30 yards. scratch.-K. K...

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PICTURES FROM THE ROCHESTER IRRIGATION DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

P CTUfRES FROM TIE ROCIESTER IRiRIGATION bISTRICTI. : ; NCwvcbimers to thc Ballendella and' Ba Sinwm districts wonder what the, immense strttcture, composed of huge logs, and about SOft. square, was erected for. Inquiry of the Surveyor-General elicits the fact that this old landmark was ulsed for survey pur poses over 40 years ago. The structure was originally several feet higher, but storms h]-e dismantled 'it somewhat. There are 42 1o?, in each side of. what is known l9ca;ly warm interest taken by the settlers' women folk and children in the outdoor work of the blocks. Lassies may be seen cutting, raking, and stacking the lucerne crops- work that is congenial and heulthy. And what is more, the settlers'" wives are he. coming expert irrigationists, a fact. that promises well for the future prosperity of the settlements. The lean, keen-faced, suil. burnt, sister of the settlements will .soon.; AN OLD LANDMAR.K AlT ITSTDOWkN, NEAR 3B.AhAWM.. - (B. Arthur Shields, photo: .::. i A aSET...

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Y.W.C.A. SUMMER CONFERENCE. SITTING AT KYNETON. Kyneton, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

Y.W.C.A. SUMMER OONFERENCE :LTTING AT FKYN'N-ON .b 1!roin Our: R?epresent?.tive): . Kyraeton, 19th J iianuar tinlc ? s?, uic-r conf ieacclsc rthe . A. at Kyne.on, is now :in fUI1 f iwinrg l th t.morning lMi Kilboy' s social stuidy ol ss;studiedi thl e second d chalpter, of The Soci'Il .;MeIsgre of Jtsus, the tlsubject ;be ing His Social Idealsc, At the aiio time Mi?I -Hardie :is teaching a ,:isicn. tudy ;class. Which finds the subject, "'Ohii ,"? of great':iinterest. In the following hour:l . the RIev~ T . 5 Smith had in his class all the members. th.e sub'ect being "The Mind :! of th' MMaste.r," but to-morrow half will atteid Professor Adams's lectures on thie lif4e of Nelhemiah Miss Barnes's teclhrnal" hour w a:. devoted. to a. review of the .work." cf .the :world's conmmittee and. its travelC. linga seet'?i;ies. Portugal, Bulgari.a, indich Finlaind ciall:comer under review, and to many thl;e .bsolute ecessity of .the Chr-i: Tian Associatioiin as :ai greai r social::.n~:e mont c i...

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MINING ACCIDENT. FALL OF EARTH. THREE MEN INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

JYilN IN G AC CID E NT . FALL OF EARTH. LITHREE MINf INJURED. - A fall of earth at Lansell's Little i -: mi'ne, Iroubark, at about 6 p.m. on Wed nesday resulted in injury to three mar ried men. . Willlam Carter, of Ilighi-strcet, Golden exluare, was the most eeriously hrt. iHe sustained, a broken leg and several super-: ficial inJuries, -and' as suffering aseu.ely' fromi shock. Leslie Maher, nih, was oilly ,warried on New Yoar's lDay, and resides at the corner of Belle Vue road and Wood-.=, ward road, Golden square, received a .woundii about one and a half inches long over. the forchead, a very bad sprain cf Ith left ankle, and several slight cuts. Carl Web-." her, of Quick-street, Ironbark, susthined :I. a scalp. wound five inches long, which separated the scalp from the bone. Carter was brought to the sunrface in :,al stretcher, aund was subsequently conveyed. to the hospital. Inl the alnbulance car. MIahor was taken .homnie in a-' cab, while W?ebber :,. vas driven- ;onc by- Mr.. ...

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DREAM PROVES TRUE. GIRL SAVES CITY BLOCK. Sydney, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

'DREAM PROVES ITRUE. GIRL SAVES CITY BLOOK. Sydney, 22nd January. But for the dream of Miss D. Brown, wvh!b.wl?i sleeping in the Montana Hotel, at Althe'corner fof King. and Sussex streets, the whole ?block' of buildings might have been destroyed by fzie early this morning. Miss Brown. dreamt t tic b' the kitchen of the hotel was on fire afid woke lup. She found that .the :premises of J. Bloomfield, ship chandler ,and ardsvrae 'nerchaiit at the rear of the hotelI; were actually alight. Owing to the pronipt alarm the firemen were able to pre venit. 'an extension of the fire; The damage :to0 Bloomfield sa premises is estimated at up to £10,(000. I 'believe tliat' the "noblest, the highest, and :the greatcst ideal which any man can set .:biefr-l hnimself: is ; to preseive. under heaven those civil and religmioiss liberties whilh he asu inhesited -Sr Edward

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BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. INCREASED RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BENDIGO- EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. :ICREASED RETURN. Thei` ninribe of eggs laid, by the. compet ing ihens in the _ Bendigo Poultry Society's egg-layinig test last. week -was :.1202, .which " is, a substgintial `-improvemnent= on the re. tiurns for the precedii, few: weeks. The gi;ad total of `.eggs lidc since the: comnpeti tion" started last -iphil is 4_ 2,333; - The highest- score fori -he .:veeck was, 36 eggs by Mr. f. M? Kenzieos. ' Leghorns,-: which were closely pressed by iessrs. A. W. Hall's, R. TW Pope's and H. Hanbury's Leghornm and ;. . Ilippe's' 'Black. Orpingtons, who. acco;united tor? 35o e??s eachl. The daily to. tal:s of tihese pens were:--M'Kenzie, 6,4,5, ~645, ? I36IHall 5,5;3,6,5,6,5, 35; Hippe, 6,4,5,5 ,65,4,5 35; Hanbury; 5,5,4,6,5,5,5, 35;] ,and Pope, 54,5,6,4,6,5; 35. The aggre ga::.idtes each day, were :--10th January, 170;. ?thi 157;:18th 168.; 19th, 189; 20th, 165;. 21st 186; and '22ind, 167.?- TIe broodies in I and: out of the pens during the week nurn ',bred ...

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SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. DECLARED OFF "UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE." JOHANNESBURG, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. ExLATETD OFF "UT'LL FURTHER NOTICE." JOHANNESBURG, 21st January. There is every indication that the injlus trial situation in South Africa will short .ly -be restored to its nornial condition. IThe new -.executive .of the. Federation of Trades held a" seTret meeting this after noon,> and decided to declare the general strike off as -from Thursday, with the iig" Siificant naddition "until. further notice." Prior- to the imeeting of the federation cxecutive to-day; several ballots were held among the strikers owing to a feeling that the opinions- of the ..rank and file were chafliing;, and that staynch -members of the unions were being- victinised' throuh their loyalty . A; nioeeting of 87 delegates, representing 33 mines. and teii: members of the Miners' ~ssociation, includinli .M Iessrs. ,'Teomoyey (iresident) and, Tom Mathews. (general scc retary) was held this evening by permission of the authorities, to :consider the" ques tioiti of; resuihing: A ballot r...

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DEATH OF MR. JAMES RICHARDSON. WELL-KNOWN GROCER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

DEATH OF MR. JAMES RICHARDSON. WELL-KNOR'T GROCER. Mr. James Richardson, the well-lnownu grocer, of Pall Mall' and Golden-square, died at his residenlce, "Balgownie," Short street, at about 3.30 on Thursday Rlorning. .The. late .Mr Richrdsoi nwas a native: of Scotland. -Ie was born at Glasgow in 1.:1.9,.: and cas: only: ccight'? ;years of, age when ihis parents sailed foi- Australia?i in :the, shlip BIalmoi'ili ::T family arrived in. M'elbournc i'i 1857 ?,i1:d ivent to Taadale, ;? here Mr- Riciardson senre . ncted as::iii ?. siee? o of i;orks during i:'ithe: construction. of: th. ::Ta'adale Tiiaduct?i Tiunes Richidard :soni?w, h vlio ihdi comiimeiced ??liisrr education i Glasgo«v, attenided=ichool at Taradale: i?itil .the fainily iemoverd :. to Beiidigo at., ,the time tihe railway was being jbuilt from 7iend igo to :Ecliitca. The contr'actors for this work engaged Mri. ,Richaialdson, rset.r:, as their timekeeper .i :hien: . heleft school James Richardson aplied hiimiself to learn th...

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

FLOAWER GARiDEN. Siuco -:lite cihitio it-of the:: winter typo of;; sweet lpea,- systematic hybridists have be4tovýedid abdgod:de.i . o. <ttentibn to it. with theli :re ult: that the -newer varietgie5 are 'i~greatiplli doveiemnut uipon the originai. With tuhe ad4dition,. therefore, of the spring in.i d carly :sumnmer. -,arieties of , this. verzy:. , 'poptilar 'a . ii'ii :the° cesolii. for producing thloe , chamiint i and sweet-scented . flowers 1 thLs Lice-2 consieder ably ?xtcnrded. By ji!di ciously .soin -g I he'eeds, of the varoius :types itliit,: ails frontioW till June, sweet I'a floweors cn i -b15e gathered- during a. great pe:rt of the year.. Sweet p.EIns will do w-.ell ::uiid flower .i ofusely in ,any good soil ::but: lth}i:.ett iesui.ts :ie obto ined ire a ,deeply- ' ovarkdd -rich s.any oam. - They- like best -r.' open,- uriy positicin, well eheltered :`from. storn':v w:irds .: and cold, . snaps.- A :csitroii th.it' is 0o1e?n. fron i t.le north-cast [t 2the sotlin...

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FARM & GARDEN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

The usual suitry and then cool change has been " cxslerieo.ced duriig" t(hehrgesent e.?ek without ainyv rainfall. It:. is .:mauy years sinice :a long spell of dry withe?i 'has enabled thl haivest to be tak4 nofi c , and carted to: the raili ay stations. : The. unusually ;finiie .hatheir experienced i, in tuceinlg: those ,ownning largo stacks of -wheat? on lailway. p!aforms : and sidings -.to trust to its continuaince withou-t providing :ide anate cover :for ,manny. of, these st'ack.: .` TJhough sonietirnes a warm during -the :day, ,: thie nightsare. alnmost: inv;lria.bly cool± and: icas?:nt .i.nd dry. ? 'yi:The coastal rallis wiich the last chaing?e broutht a-bout) did iiotoe tend into the country.:::: Heavy:: rains have bcn experiienced in:i Queensland:. aind the r.ortherir:parts of New Soiutli Wales. :, A: little 'has 1,viifted Soulth AustraliH M? iid -.oth the 1Northe'rn: Territo:y anrid:, Westerin Au - tra:li~ have experienced 'useful falls;- b'it: over the lower ,iiuterior part...

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AMERICAN MEAT DUTIES. AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION FEARED. DENVER (Colorado), 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

i AMERICAN MEAT DUTIES. AUSTRALIAN COMPETITION FEARED. DENVERI (Colorado), 22nd January. Governor Godding, of Idaho, addressed the American National Live Stock Associa tion, and said the conflict between sheep men and cattle men in Western America was now past. The Government had com mercialised grazing land. This was wrong. Australia was able to place its sheep and beef produce down in Boston at a smaller price than .Americans . were able-'to. es.:ip theirs from the W¥estern.:ranges.: Governor Goddino declared that: ihe American producers were; entitled to l 3beh placed on equal terms :with:Australia.:: He 'advocated a drastic reduction .on the :Go vernment's grazing charges, in view 'of Aus tralian competition. ' "LAND-SEEKERs' ExCURSNsio .--Arran gements have been made by the Water Commission for a land-seekers' excursion to the Ro chester irrigation district on 5th nud 6th February, when the Nanneclla and Ba mawm estates will be inspected. A special train will leave Spencer-stre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

i Style ... After much triblation o/ though., many women -L~r / distinc1iC e notein dre.,s / / taine earing Frenc Co rels ?r o 1 Afio other make is possibleai / to the wough, man who seeks - distinctive no ashini roe of sthale creaors--nd. the have of simitateion s only are - i-i lained by wearing Frenced makNo others mahe is possiblest to the woman who seeks / style andmousect,, because Frerch Corsets are the the oya PautDriai too much originality to imitath, aoughi, are imi-n fathod -h less to a diehced madeist nTe finrest averoh udrsets are the tworldharinous O Rustless Corsets. ALL DRAPERS SELL TI-EM. .

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VIEWS IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

'"~oýaawý *Y , ,w r4 y , iti{, , ` W - ý - Y~, 4 .f,ýYý ý ýT .+ý »t";. 4 .ý.ý. ý', .ý';:wý , .; .J if.r.`yýa ý :,sY '-"',',,`?,.-'r:. f'' r % Y,.,y :: . :;ýf a .ý; ,y ,I -.,, . ýi r ,1r ·y "ý~x'.P,'r".:"ýý"ý q..1 Y < i `a« .i". ý y a :'t;" ^", L s _ A FISH FENCE AT BA li. A biush fence is brilt sttficiertliy iat out for tlhe high tide to cover it, and when the ticto goes down the fish cannot gAo out, and are then speared by the nativca ONE OF 'IBTE CUTTERTS FILLED WITH BANANAS. A VIEW OF TAMAVUA, NEAP. SiUVA. VIEW vF. TIIE EUROPEAN QUAR.ANTINE STATION, SUVA, FIJI THE NATIVE VILLAGE 'AT BAUL CUTTERS FILLED WITH BANANAS ALONGSIDE STEAMER AT MO2II fAY. RENWICK ROAD, SUVA. A VIEW AT LE-UKA.

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A FIJIAN BOY [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

F PIJIA.¶ BOY. "The stouo on whkih he i -sitting is the stoi.e which in former days was used, to:;: dash out prisonors' brains against; A GROUP AT BA . . The Fijian in pyjamas on tho right of the Englishman is Raetu Charlie, whose father S , -(Rat Jni) is .tho bCief Native Prince o. Fiji ____ -: · ·,-- :i \u CAK 4A1Ti, (pro 1o antai) only iing of Fiji... I A FINE CATCH ON 7T'Ih LODDOvN. : 701b. of fish caught by a party of foui trl'Lc-I Iridcewat tr a few days ago. - : . . . THE "CLAY PIGEON" SHOOTINuG M 7IInn\G HELD AT SYInIILNAM GARDENS ON WEDNESDAY LAST. An effort is being made to popularise the slort by using clay. pigeons instead of rcPl ones. The photo. shows the special spring machine whii?h propels the clay bird into the air (C. White, photo.) : e

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ATTACKED WITH A RAZOR. GIRL DIES FROM INJURIES. Brisbane, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

ATTACKED ,WITH A R ZOR. =; GIRL DIES FROM' INJURIES. Brisbane, 21st- Jan . ary. At a late hour last night Floreucet John-. stun, who was employed as a domestic ~ser vant, was discovered near the junction .of Le Geytrstreet and Breoikfast Creek, Lut wyche, with blood: flowing freely from a large wound in her throat. She died in the General Hospital this afternoon. Before she died the girl made a state mnent in which she said that her throat had been cut with a, razor by a widower, aged 32 years, with whom she had been keepi:'g company. She met the man by appoint meeit, and walked with him to the. bank of the creek, where they sat down. A quarrel was followed by a struggle. In addition to the wound on the girl's throat, there was inflicted a long, deep cut from -one side of the mouth upwards alo:ng the Side of the face. and i here were cuts on the hands and aims, as if she had seized hold of the blade of the razor in a despe rate effort to save herself from death. The supposition is t...

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