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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
That which is First in Import ance should be First Served. Keen's Mustard should therefore be fsr upon the table, since, no matter how tempting the viands andperfee the cook. mg, no meal is complete without Keen's Mustard "T HE FINIS'i.c TOUCH TO Even? MORSEL'" EIVAN AND MARTYN, TRAVELLING PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARE PREPARED TO VISIT ALL COUNTRY CEN T'RES. COUNTRY WEDDINGS A SPECIALITY. PERMANENT ADDRESS- 149 View street, Bendiga.
THE BAKING TRADE EMPLOYES' PICNIC AT CHERRY TREE, HELD ON JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THE BAKING TRADE EMPLOYES' PICNIC AT CHERRY TREE, HELD ON JANUARY 20. BAKERTS AND APPRENTICES Al THE BAKEPS' PICNIC. PVNJýl(..1Tii AT TEA. GROUP OF \VIVES AND CIHILDR·EN Af TIIE BAKIERS' PIONIO. TI'HE TWO OLDEST B1DNI:GO BAKEIIS. MIr. A. M'Clymonot, of B]3idge-strcet, aged 73, who;rctired from active busincss about two years ago, and. MA?t. T. lMarsh:ili,. also of Pridge-street, aged 78, who has just retired from business. STARTERS IN SIAMESE RACE. (Photos: by -C.. Whit4.) LAimi~s' riLcNLc.--ihe. annual picnic of tihe. Bndigo branch of the. ]3aking Trade iltl/iloyes' .Unioni was bheija at :Cherry Tree on Tu'esday. There was a ` splendid, atten tiance, over, 20u0. persons being present. Vari aous ga'neo and: competitions were held dur iilj the clay, al: of which were greatly en joyed. The rscyu:ts of the principal events ,eore as follows:--Ladies' Nail-driving Mrs. .:amens, 1; Mrs. PRosewall, 2; Mrs. ':Tibias, 3..- . Married Bakers' Race-P. .:Masters, 1; W. Nolon,: 2; H. Wilby, 3. Si...
A HOLIDAY IN FIJI. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
A- HOLIDAY IN FIJI. (By "Michael.") 'Larger constellations burning, mellow.; moons and happy skics, :Breadths. of tropic shade and palmss in=": clusters, knots of paradise: Slides h.lt bird o'er lustrous woodiand, swings the trailer from the crag, Droops tlih heavy blossom' d boweri?;_; iima gs the heavy fruited tree- Sii?ummeri isles of Eden lying ini dark purple spheres of sea." S'::Tennyson. 6 Of co`irs.e the Boid has P:ainted in his delicato manner only the most- pleasung feature of his fantastic :islands:. He. as choe',i a beautiful sitiny day, with per ,:haps: a golrtle zephyr- stirring the cool oreen leaves of the tropical vegetation. He .:?vould .le'ad one to imagine a boat sailing. majestically in through the outer reef, and vinding along the tortuous passage, with c dcks crowded with tourists gazing with wonder at the glorious panorama of green .in front and on each side of them, broken by the white and red' of thei low-lying bungalow and an occasional blaze of crim7-y oi6...
FOUNDATION DAY. ANDREW CHARITY CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
FOUNDATION DAY, . ' ANDREW CHA?RITY CARNIVAL. 'Owig . tile small measure of success .whilich: attenlded the last Miners' and n-_; gikeinedrivers' sports in Bendigo, the commit tde;: backed up by the Mayor (Cr: An .dre:w)and other citizens, decided to holdi: a carnival on Foundation Day in aid of the :same objects, namely, the Worn-out, -'iindrs' Pi'nd, and the Distressed' Engine-';j ariveirs' Fund. The effort Was named ,the 'irid~r Charity C?arnival, and, the promot. iers:displayyed diligence inr organisisn the pirogramme and: endeavoring to arouse pub:. lie interest and symipaith. The Mayor .and ,thelhlionorai y secretaries (Messrs. A. E. iTre~iartli and Xw.: Oates) woi'ked on :lisiaisistically for tlie cause. They. had ti e a:ssistanice of : st~ont a committee, which in chlded: a: number: of hardworking ladies who were associated with the Miners' sports. The carnival was held yesterday, when a public hpliday gave the citizens an opportunity of patronising the effort. The gathering...
UNUSUAL RAILWAY ACCIDENT. TUNNEL COLLAPSES ON A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
UNUSUAL RAILWAY ACCIDENiT. TUNNEL COLLLPSES ON iA TRAIN.: At least 10 persons were killed, 15 were seriously injured, and 27 slightly 4in'ured in a railway accident early on- 15th De cemiker, when the tunnel" under .the his torical IHarras Rock, near Chemnitz ,-Saxony, collapsed while a train was passing through The train, which was bound for Chem nitz. was steaming slowly through the tun nel, and the first of' the two locomotives had already emcerged, when. great. masses of roc4- which had probably been :ojos1ned by heavy ruin, became detached and a fell on the train, crushing a number of the car riages flat. ' Darkness added to the horror of the situa tion, the electric light wires in the tunnel bciun broken by the fall of rock.: Those of the. passengers who were able to goet out of the carriages rushed screaming. for the exits, and a number of them became temporarily insane. It was several-hours before adequate :re lief work could be organised
WHEAT TRAFFIC. SMALL LOADINGS. STATION STACKS INCREASING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
WHEAT TRAFFIC. SMALL LOADINGS. STATION STACKS INCRIE3ASING. While the wheat stacks at the different stations in .the northern districts ato steadily growing in 'mie, the traflic' on the railways is easing off, and loadings at tlhe stations are i.ot so heavy as they were a week or so ago. The stacking "of the wheat is attribulted mainly to the desire of buyers to hold their stocks for a possible improve nment in prices. Tihe following figures show the number of bags loaded and the nuniber of bags stacked at the different stations on \Vcdnosday:. Bags Bags SL3ags :;:4:aB,?s:: Lioaded. Stacked. MIarong ...... .. 121 - Leichardt ........... 00 .. B3ridgewater ... 2.. 120 .. - Inglewood ... .... ... - :,, :353 hurting ... 5.0 2C0 (Glenalbyn..... ... 120 - Wedclerburn Junction 20: - VWedderbur. .. .. .. :--270;: 13;000 Korong Vale... 3,000 \Wychitella... 600' :' :-10;500 B3uckrabanyule .:. .:: 300 15;000 I3arrakee .. .. ., 11,000 Chariton ... .. ....-. 600 :58,;00. ''eddywadady .. 3;,640 ...
ROCHESTER RACECOURSE. SUGGESTED IMPROVEMENTS. Rochester, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
" ROCHEI TER RACECOURSE. SUGGESTEID IDMPR-OVEMENTS. Rochester, 22nd JTanuary. S Now that ille ` ochester Jockey Club ]has decided to make considerable improve merits at its course, it might be to the advantage of both the Jockey Club and the A antd P. Association if the commit tees of each body met to consider the ad visability of working hand in hiand in the matter. For sonms considerable time it has been admitted by mnembers of the Agri cultural Society, many of whlom are also members of the committee of the Roclhcs ter Jockey Club, that' the show grounds at Rochester have become too small to do tihe show justice. The society has already beeni considering the question of shifting its quarters, and the time appears to be aopportnne to make the suggestion of turn ing .the racecourse into a ground for the combined . purpose. The Agricultural So, ciety has a lot of iron fencing, which could be removed 'to the racecourse, as well as a number of buildings which could all be used again. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
PRONOTE 14-~ ,. With CUTI CURA SOAP And Cuticura Ointment. They do much for irri tated, itching scalps, ,dandruff and dry, thin and falling hair, and do it speedily, agreeably and economically. Cuticura Soap and Olntment are nold throiugl:out the world. A liberal raamplc of each, with 32-page booklet on the care and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent post-frceC IAddress It. Towns & Co , Sydney,N. S. ,V. OGR1A.E~, STONE, URINARY DISORDERS, BIACICIIIE, DIZZINESS, NEU IRALGI.A, TELL O1 TKIDNEY AND BLADDER TROUBLE. There are mnny meno and women who suffer from mysterious -achies and pains, yet -1avY never suspetecd their kidneys. They come to believe they) can never 1?, cured, and so ithey keep at their work p baist they cari, al- - j lowing then.i complaint to. takle its course.- If your health is not what itw was, don't riest until you 1 ave found out the cauise If you have backache, urinary disorlders, gravel-if the hea[rt is irregula, Iie Eskin sallow, the limbs -! J bloa...
FIGHT IN CONGRESS. KENTUCKY MEMBERS SEES "RED" AND PRODUCES REVOLVER. WASHINGTON, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
FIGHT IN CONGRESS.: . lTJNTUCKY .MF1MBJAIRS SEES "RED'D AND PRODUCES REVOLV]?R. - - WASH1NGTON, 20tiht. January; Mr. Ben Johnson, Democratic. member:o.-. ithe House of Representatives, 'saw. rsed" for- a time to-day, ,and -incidentally pro videdl Washing ton with one of the biggest sensations it has had for a long: timne. The incident rose simply enough. A cori-. mittee of the" House was discussing District of Columbia matters, when i - dispute oc curieed? between Mr. Johnson aid- Mr, Shields over the (cuestion of increasiihg the spay of policemen. Johnson accused Shields--_ of graft. Shields retorted hotly," and John son then st.uck him: Several blows were. exchanged before other m iember.s separated ithe piair, Johnson shouting at the top of his voice, "'Get me my pistol, and I'll -kill: him'.' The KentUcky repiesentativ:e radn off for his revolver, and :the entire corn mittee, nr.animously deciding that the, air elsewhere ,vas far healthier, took to their heels as one man. Johnso...
THREE STATE SCHOOLS. MARKED UNOFFICIAL KINDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THIIEE STATE SCHOOLS, M1ARKED UNOFFICIAL KINDNESS. S(From a Special Correspondent.) :'Christmas of 1913 is now numbered with th Spist. : As usual, the festive season was lookedt foiwavrd to with pleasurable, anticipations by bcth *young and old, bu? tmany of the juven:Ilc. fel ocorry that a custom' by which some of their parents had benefited while going to echool had ceased during' the year, and that 'nothing beyond the averaie picnio and pro :sntation of prizea would - mark -the ýcomnpl tion of last year's educational .labors. This remark applies to tho reiidents. of. the Ser, *rentino, Bear'e Lagoon and Pompapiet . dis trieta, which practically lie in a triangular position, for Bear's Lagoon is five niic' nc th of Serpentine, and Pompapidl1 about soi n miles immediately east of Bear's La. gcon. The custom alluded to was' that ot the entertainment. of the school children and ir-.,idents of thos.e pla'_es about a fortn:gh' ,or so before each Chrismas from 1883 to 1911, by Mr. and M...
THE LUCERNE PRIZE. Ballendella, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
TIH? LUrIERNE PRIZE. B-ilcrndella. 22nd January. The riotifiition- that Mr, II. L. 'Clartce': iii O paddock of lucerne, that look the fancy of exports and Aiiterican andseeokers alike -ihile it was being hirvested, haid wono. the dcitrict prize, canie as no surprise to those who had inspected the paddock; It must, not; be .ssinmdl that this was iheo only plot worthy •tlho adjudicator's notice, 'for quite a nuiib'lr of' growers. had raised crops as good or bet. tir than the winning nne dunly ticy. had ctt. oir grazed them owing to the exigeneies- 9 theiomomei?,t. The fact .that soveral of the Water 'Commi?sion's awards have 2 anie to tho district is very gratifying, ann should do rruch towardt encouraging settlers to do even. bettor. Some fine examples of irrigation rec oitilts are to be s2en o.n set·ler' blocks. Most of :these wore not entered for comlpetition.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
FOR THE Piotcgrapher AMATEUR OR PRO SSAONAL OF THE VERY BLST, ` - .. , o ' r rWrito f&lt;ur Catalogue. It contains ilustr?? .ions and palrticulars of i 150 different Cameras 266 COLLINS S TEE, ,rMLBOURNE, Also at Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland, N .Z., Wellington, N.Z. HARRINGTONS T. E. COOPER. Chemist, MITCHELL-STREET. SAgencies in BENDIGO- A. E. SAYER. Chemist, HOWARD PLACE. - : · ea ~ ni
SATISFACTION AT NANNEELLA. Nanneella, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SATISFACTION AT NNI-tNEE Is oLL.. N.nneella, 22ndI January. Keen saRisfabctioni is felt locally at the prin cipal ?pIize in 'the Water Commission s con-. pciition cornine to this part of the settlemn'nt. Tie ..M ?csrs.-' Glass Bros. have been noted as c-nthusiastic worker.4 from the inception of tha se'ttlement. One never hears of whno thu.y are doing, but tho fact remains thak thecy have startled on right lines. There ar. sLme other settlers whose efforts wouild hare won warm commendution bad their blocks bcon entered for the -omnpe~titions, but tho spAcit of .unrest hat~' was. abroad -wlihen th., conpc lttions were inaugurated, ooupled with th1. fact that many blodks were jutst being Ire. pared, prevented :rattention being given to the matter. Should those competitions he ccntinn'ed flthere hould be soie ke.n compe. to lon 'It future contcsts now t1 8t 1) 'nc1 icaI j.-iof is forthcomning of whit; tho blocks :u': cepa ole of p1 oduoilgn undor irriglytloui.
MANURIAL TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
MlANURIAL TESTS. In coihnection: with. a series of plots laid dc;.wn at R?.tlierglen. and Longerenong.: and 'Wun a, tests , have :revealed some. interesting f:c its regarid'ng manur4. -- They were laid dc.wn forithe purpose of finding out the effect of. using headvier dressings of :superphosphltter3 than are' customary in th.: wheat. ,reds. One i:lot was 'not mann,red, one. was treated with 5Flbs. of stiporpho.phiitcs, and a third. with *hi : owt. of ellperp?phosates. . From the re sults it - woa!d appear that heavier appl'ea tih-ns of superphcsphbautD than are customary in. thel wheat areas could be :~ed with` advan tage. 'The :?yerage amount used- throughout these areas is. about 51 to GOlbs. per acre. The heavier dressi-ms' of superphbophates noj; only na:vo-t higher neo return per acre the. -fi?tt year, but the indirect effect of tihemi was an aded stimulus to subsequent growths of grass and pastures than was the case with light drcmsings4 The. results are more in restinr f for ...
B PENNANT. SOUTH BENDIGO BEAT EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
B PENNANT. SOUTH BENDIGO BEAT FAGLEHAWK. ::South 'Bendigo were at home to Eaglchawk in the B pennant match.es Wednesday, and an enjoyable game resulted in an easy win rfor the home team. Although t.he Eahle 1awk team was 20 points behind in the ag,;re gate score, the game was not so on osihled as the figures would suggest Webster's ,cala was in excellent form, and defeated Welch's men by 15 points Scores: South Bendigo-91. R Crawford, O. Flight, J. Wills, E. Welch ... ........ 15 A. Horbury, W. D Heywood~, Wd J. .Ro bertson, W. Ii. Wales ........?. ? J. Taylor, C Kirkby, J. Pascoe, -PF. -:T. - -Bishop ... .:.. ;..:: . 9 Eaglehawk-_262s:. -y i. T. Coakes, J. Eunoar, P. Smnalley, J. II. Webster ..... ....... . ...30 J Taylor, W. Jane, W.- I ?. RlTced, WV. Matthewson ..22 0. Harris, R. Bartle, H. Laycock, J. Tre. vcan ... .... ...... 10 BFENDIGO BEAT SOUTII BENDIGO. A friendly. game was p! Bendigo F cein onil 21st betwve n rpj ting the Bendigo -and ' jplay provedC most -ting, an 3+-c j...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
.LAWN TENNIS. The Australian selectors for the Davis Cup team-Messrs. Brooks, Hicks, and Anderson-have (wires our Sydney corres pondent) selected A. W. Dunlop and S. M. Doust to make up the Australian team with N. Brooks and A. F. Wilding. A match of considerable interest was playe4 at Wedderbitrn on Wed4nsda; be. tween six gentlemen from the Inglewood club and six from the local club. The nmatch resulted in a win for Wedderburn Scores :--?«edderhur'n, 6 rubbers, 13 sets; Inglewood, . rubbers, 8 sets.
SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SWAN HILL ASSOCIATION. The third round of association matches commenced on WTedoesday, when the Bohemians met Mystic Park on the lat ter's ground. The match resulted in an easy win for the Bohemians, the scores be ing:-Bohemians, 132 (Peiper 4-3, Street 19. Ridley 15); Mystic Park, 52 (J. Angus .14). W. Doherty (five for 17), Peiper (three for 14), M'Pherson (one for 2). The above teams are now, level for first place.
BOWLS. SOUTH BENDIGO CLUB. PAIRS TOURNAMENT FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
BOWLS. SOUTIH BENDIGO CLUB. PAIRS TOURNAMENT FINAL. The final of the annual pairs tournament of the South Bendigo club was played in de Il-htful conditions on Tuesday last.. The V-eather was cool, and the green was in ex cellent condition, having been specially pro -pr.red by the caretaker (Mr. J. Jennings A good number of spectators watched the play, which at times was very interesting. Thi competing pairs wero N. Leaney and J. Tay lor and J. W. W. berteon and J. Thomson Tho first-named pair had a handicap (1 3, .and the la-st-named pair a handicap of 4, the game being for 21 up. Taylor and Leaney led throughout, although their oppo nients 11hol1 their own until late in the game, when they dropped away and finished S down. In tie first end Le:niey was respon aible for some skilful play, which placed 4 to his pair's credit. Robertson w.ia ying .2, with his bowl; in a rice position, when Ieraneso sent down a well-judged h::ck-hand draww, -bich trailed k:tty and gave Taylor 4. Tav-. l...
ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. MACKAY.) ["The Annals of Bendigo" from 1851 t0 1867 have been reproduced in book form,' and copies may be obtained at this office The hooks are profusely illustrated, and or at the local booksellers', price 1/ each. contain folding sheets representing Golden square in 1851 and Pall Mall in 1857. At a future date the periods 1568 to 1890. and 1891 to date will be reprodutced in the same way. The postage on the Annals per book post is one penny to any part of the Coin. monrwealth.1 18.9 1. Turmn .e To vigorous soils, and cliiimes of fair extent;.. Where; by the potent sun elated, high, 'The vineyardd swells refulgent to the day. Tihe fTramway Question-School of Mines Mr. T. ?. Cr:bbeý-Bendigo Development I: eague'. Established- .'1he Churches--LExi plosion at Arblaster's iactory.--The Chari: tiesThle Census-Mr. J. Sternberg Elect:. edii to the Legislative Council-Name of . ":Siindhurst" Changed to "Bendigo"-- Sale of. Bendigo Apples in London-Beu digo Savings ...