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BENDIGO CLUB SHOOT. CLAY PIGEONS INTRODUCED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
BENDIGO CLUB SHOOT. - CLAY PIGEONS INTRODUCED. The Bendigo Gun Club, which is at pre sent endeavoring to populariso shooting in the Bendigo district, decided recently to sub stitute clay pigeons for live birds at its shoots. At the shoot hoeld at the Sydenham Gardens Wednesday, this innovation was in troduced, and proved a decided success. The "pigeons" are manufactured from pitch and charcoal. being colored black and red. T'hey are arrarged 14 a trap wvlich is placed in a. pit sufficiently deep to hide from view the trap and the man operating it. The result is that the shooter is unable to notice any thing to indicate that the "bird" is to be re-leascd until ho s?-e it fly in the air. Tile pigeons arc- thrown from the traps by a powerful spring for a distance of from 60 to 100 yards, and may br sent in a right or left direction, or thrown straight. Imme diately on being struck the clay pigeons break ii:to countless pieces. During the af ternoon's shoot 500 "birds" were released fro...
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
RIFLE SHOOTING. On Wednesday the Bendigo 300 yards match will be commenced at Kennington. It will be completed the following Satur day. Competitors must bear in mind the new conditions regarding these matches in regard to the aggregates. A member de. siring to shoot on other days than those arranged may disqualify himself as regards the match in which he does so for the aggregate competitions. The February match of the South Ben digo club will be fired at Kangaroo Flat on 4th, 7th, 11th, and 14th February. The range will be 800 yards. It will be re membered that the conditions for the an nual aggregate were altered. Previously men were able to omit small scores made at long and difficult distances. To make the shooting it least in the aggregate generally efficient at all distances, an al teration was decided on. The monthly matches were divided into three groups of four events, and three scores in each group must be counted. The February match completes one of these groups, two matc...
B.U.C.C. NORTHERN V. COMRADES B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
B.Ui.C.C. NORTHERN V. COMhRADES' B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. First Innings: C. Thorpe, b Matthews .. .... 13 R. Penberthy, b Prince .. .. J. Langdon, 0o Bishop. b Matthews 10 E. Lethlean, b Atkinson ... ... ... 42 A. Turner, b Nankervis ... .. ... :37 F. Cole, b Matthews ...... 72 J. Lothlcan, no out ... ....5 Sundries ... ... ... :.. Six wickets for; ... .. ..?332 :Bowling.--R. Matthews, three wickets fior 113 runs; :T. Prinoc, one for 34; Bishop, none. for. 47 Atkinson, one for 55; Smith, none' for 10; Daykin, none for 11; Nankervis, onur for 47.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SUNDAY SCHOOLS' COMIPETIIITION. The match between St. Matthew's and Specimen Hill, which was commenced on 19th November, was concluded, at Sparrow ,hawk on Wednesday, and 'Specimen Hill won by 50 runs on the first innings. Scores: --Specimen Hill.-First Innings - 132. Second Innings--Hammill, 1) Kernick, 39; Knipe, b Higman, 12; J. Hocking, b Ro-oney, 0: A. Hocking, b Rooney, 0; Thirlwell, b Hunt, 14; Nankervis, b Ker nick, 0; Gard, not out, 23; D. Hocking, not out,- 4; sundry, 1; total for six wic kets, . 93. Bowling--Higman. one for 31; R:oony., two for 16; Yeo, none for 4; Ker nick, two for 22; iHunt, one for 8; Fletcher, none for 11. St. Matthew's. - Fii~st Innings-Rooney, b D Hocking, 7; Yeo, b Hammill. 6; Brown, b A. Hocking: 9: Kernick, b A. Hocking,' 0; Hunt, b Card, 34; Eisfelder. b D. Hocking, 1; Fletcher, b A. IIocking, 14; HIigman, not out, 5; Neitwand, c Sleeman, b A. Hock ing 0, Jose, b A. Hocking, 0; White, ab seirt,' 0; sundries, G; total, 82. Bowling A. Hocking, fiv...
Y.M.C.A. V. B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
Y.M.C.A. V. :B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN.:?, ` B.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. First Innings. J: Stephens, c Moore, b Elliott... 27: . : VW. Cook, c Hugh Glen, b Moore 28 T. Hall, b Elliott ......... ... .... 241. Lightfoot, lbw, b Elliott .. ... .::939:J. A • J. Alexander, b Moore ........ 0 Bell, lbw. b Hy. Glen .. .... H. M'Coll, c Hayhow, b J.; Glen: 29: H. Leed, a Upstill, b J. Glen ... 10 A. Junck, not out 5.....b..i.. .. : 5 M'Dougall. b- J. Glen .... 0.?. i G. Mackay, absent ..... .i Sundries . 18 Total . .i. :. ... . 189 Bowling: J.: :Elliott;, ihree wickets ?for: 44 runs; J. Glen, thire for 5 f lfy. :GleIh one: for 20; D. Moore; two for"58; 6 ?Hugh Glen;, none for 13; Upstill, 'none :for. 11; Massey, non, for . I M.C.A. Fiist Innings. Hugh Glen, not out ...;; ...:;: 13 Trembath, :not, out:... .. ........0 No ?ickets for . Bowling i V Cook; none for 4 A: Jiink, none for 9
IRRIGATION AREAS. WATER COMMISSION'S PRIZES. Melbourne, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
IRRIGATION AREAS. WATER COMMISSION'S PRIZES.. Melbhourne, 20th. January...' cii connection with the :cultivation com pelitibn :held undeo tlih auspices of the-Wateri Coninifssioi" "the following list of awards heliasn ` ledeiari-:oini;.cdd i-Bost : rme of .lucerno: m: each tdistrict. First, £2; second, £1.--Shiep p?irton -E W Beckham 1, O. ]3eckha?n' 2. Tongaian.-T. B., Stevens, 1 P T. :Mlit chell 2. Rochester.-H L. Clarkei:: 1 B? rF 'Stewaird;:. 2. Swan Hill:=A. Finch. tCo, liina.-J, . Macdonald, 1; C. J. Cranweli. 2 Best. acre of. gerdn. produeo- in cich': distri: t:" Fii-st, 't 2 second, £1. -Sepparton.--J: Shaiw 1; J. M'Co:kill, 2. Tncnumala.i-TI B: Stephen.?n 1. Rochesfei'.-T. i. M Calkbbrdc'i 1 A Kornrina'n; 2i J.. E. Britton, 3. Cohluna. J. W. Rir~nniinton. 1 HII. Stone, 2 Swan Hill. ?-No entry. Bet .ton acres of lucerne in allny ditrict. First priza, £10. .-J. .: u Einclairl : Bamano mi 1; honorable 'mention I: ;L Cl.rke, .Bamawm; Q. Gladstone, Koyuga "Best-: aro of garden p...
ROCHESTER JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. RECORD ATTENDANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ROCHESTER JOCKEY CLUB. SUMMER MEETING. RECORD ATTENDANCE. (By Our Reporter.) The Rochester Jockey Club had typical st miner veattlcher for its n;ooting Wednesday. The wind ,:freshened up as :the afternoon wore on, :and the dust rose in clouds and marred the pleasure of .patrons. The attend ance was easily a record, the receipts at the gates amounting to £80, while the revenue from other sources .wiill leave the club a hand some profit. The special trains from Bendigo and EIchuca, which picked up passengers at wayside stations, were well patronised. Amongst the vi.sitors were Mr. George Prit chard and Mr. Joe Avery, president-and sec retary respectively of the Marong Racing Club. The president of the club (Mr. T'1. W. M'Master), and the energetic secretary (Mr. J. P. iGraham) extended a cordial welconie to the visitors; and. reprsentatives of kin drcd clubs. The Rochester Brass Band, un-' der Jandniaster '.. H-Iasley, rendered a pro gramme of music. The racing was interesting, and th...
CHEAP LIGHTWEIGHT MOTOR CYCLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
It seems clear that the in troiiietion:of cheaper motor "sycles inl the shape of liglht weights of from one to :two h.p. will give a great fillip to the' motor cycle miovement during 1914. There were about 20 dif ferent models cf these exhibited. l t the lie"rc ceilt motor cycle, show at Olympia, varying in price from about -£20 to £30. ..A enor mnous quantity of orders were placed• at thde show for these machines; so any,. in 'fact,: i that sevoral maklers of the cheaper knids actually adiaudced their prices by. scveral: pounds .during the show's r.in to stein ~ili demand. As it was, somen makers .took so many orlders that they are now .wondering. how thel y d are going to make them ,"fori mnost of these makers .are only in a' small way, and have not the necessary :macchinery.:. and .plant for turning 'out large quantities of .macliines. hero is an actual case ini point. One maker of a cheap lightweight machine has been making arrangcnen ts` for months past t enable himi ton make 6...
ELECTRIC LIGHTING OF CARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ELECTRIC LIGHTING OF CARS. From all appearances and the general trend of the motor car industry, no car will be considered as fully equipped in a coupl. of years or so without. an electric lighting outfit is included. There are two systenis. One is to use a battery ,or set.of accumu lators of higa: voltage and considerable amperage: This will light u1p with clec tricity all lamps and interiors, etc.; biut it will boe ov:ous that such a battery -ill :oon run down, and could not .-bc fully relied upon vithout being coistantly :e: charged with, urrent. A dynamo is there fore necessary to keep the accumulators fully charged and maintain themm at: codn stant voltage. Great improvements have been effected mn these car-lighting dyiiamos of lute. They are firmly attached to and are driven by, theo car engine all thei time it is running, thus keepi.f g u) a constaint supply of electricity in the accumulators ready for use at any time. If a dynamo is used without a set of accumulators, all el...
WISCONSIN'S FREAK LAW. RESTRICTING MARRIAGE. DECLARED UNCONSTITUTIONAL. NEW YORK, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
WISCONSIN'S FREAK LAW. I ESTR.ICTING MAIRRIAGJE. DECOLAR1D UNCONSTITUTIONAL. •I -NEWI YOR K, 20th Jainuary I case 'cae before the .:Oircuit ,Collrt at AiM?ivaukee, to-dat to te.st the eso6cailed oUgenics =law recently upassed by the "Wis consin legislature. This law provides that manrriage ceitificates s'hall only be issued to those wvho can show a clean .bill of health. The judge hold that: the law is not : constitutional. An appeall against this decision will be made to the United States Supretue Court. Nothling ;S inore certain .Jo the philoso., ;pher.-than that imankiud is niuchangeable in its first princiles, and that t t is upon pcr tonality v thata. all ,s based.--Dr. G. 4'. W?,ench;: ,,..÷_ ,,? .- · . . ? . . ... ... .. - - __
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. CONFERENCE IN MELBOURNE. Melbourne, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION. CONFERENCE IN M1ELBOU RNE. Melbourne, 21st 'J anliary; A meeting was :held to-day of ,. silb commnittee Qf the :Cabinet, consisting of the Ministers for Edication, Agriculture, and Publid WTorks. Dr. Cameron, Director of Agsriculture; Mr. Mead, chairman of the Water Commnission, and Mr. Tate, Director of Education, were also present. The object of the conference, which wilas of a ,prelimiuary character, 'was to evolve a scheme of co-ordiuition in regard to agri cultural edUcatibn. At . present there are foui' agencies att this wor;l, the Algricul-' Itur al c "d-,iprtuient. the :ducaltion " 'dl partunent, the TUniveri.ty, an 1 tihi Council of .Jducatiuu. It' was ddsired that; overl aplplhg should be prevncited. At pre-. seiit there was no cstab!lished connectioli :and: communicationt between thli primhry Agricultural Sehools,*thle Agricultural :Higgh Schools, .the Agricultural Colleges, thl cor'se of agrirulture at the Universcrity, and t;he educational .cours...
MOTOR NOTES. A NEW CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
MIOTOR NOTES. (By "Spark.") A NEW CAlR. ?theo Bcndigo Motor Garage, M'Crac street, is importing a car new to Australia, known as the "Alfa," a high-class Italian manufacture. Italian cars have an excel lent reputation, and the Alfa is claimed to be a standard make. Of course, it is not a. cheap car in the common sense of tho' word, lut it is considered cheap from the point of view of value. It is a car designed by the makers to please motorists ivho can afford to buy something good for general use. The leading features of the Alfa are said to be simplicity, regularity, strength, ant smooth .and silent riuillining. It is said to be a fa'vorite car in Europe. A. shipment of chassis is expected at at early date,
OUR LONDON LETTER. Monday, 15th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
OUR LONDON LETTER. • -' -- L (From Our Special: Correspondent.) Monday, 15th Decembeer. There was an exciting minute or two at Covent Garden on Saturday night. It was the closing performance of -Mr. Raymond. RIoze's English opera season, andr the ,King and Queen. were present' to witness, the per formance of Mr. Roze's- own work,: "Joan of Are." Opposite the (.oyal box a party of suffragettes had engaged a box, and atL the end of the first act, as soon as tha curtain had: fallen, a woman stood up. in this box and displayed a banner on which were inscribed- the words, .'fWomen' are be ilg tortured. in your Majesty's prisonsw The women began to talk, one of tblfe screaming through a inegaphone. :There was such a barst. of disapproval from the audience, however, that very little of her remarks could be distinguished; though she seemed to be p'otesting against the re-ai rest of Mrs. Paunhurst, who had been again caught under the provisions of the "Cat and-Mouse" Act that evening, while ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
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VALUABLE WELDING PROCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
VALUABLE I WELDING 1'ROCESS. Motorists .will ho interested in the oxy acetylene process of welding and cutting metal ,introduced recently at the 13Undigo M6tor Garage, N.'Cral-;- street. By this pro otess;wvlhich 'is a combination of oxygen tnd acetylene gas applied to metal through ti nozzle, any metal can be welded or cut, so that motorists who have the misfortune to break any parts of their chassis need not go to. the expense of procuring new parts. An alhliniumn crank case, for instance, which had a hole knocked through it and ciacked .in another place only provided an easy job for the mechanics to repair with this plant. In fact, a cast-iron crauk chase broken into 27 pieces has been put together, and inmade as ýound as when it was now. It is stated that a motorist who knew of this process broke one of his piston cylin ders while jup country, and remarked that ho \would get it? mended in. l3endigo. A. ,wager of. £5 was miade with him that lie ould not, be able. to get the cylin...
ATTEMPT TO BREAK GAOL. SEVEN PEOPLE KILLED. EX-JUDGE A VICTIM. VANCOUVER, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ATTEMPT" TO BREAK GAOL. SEVEN ProrLE KILED. DX-JUDGE A VIOTIM. VANQOUVFR,E 19thi -January.: A d rig,: atteript to escape fromn"?prison. yesteiry .lay esulted in :seven people being killed At Maca.lister, in: Oklahoi~a, three pri soners iiithe ,State peniteritiary: inade i a bid for freedom; :- Armed with revolvers, they :ttaclkd -thie- guards, whio' -returned the -fire, and a set battle ensued: :, : The u1pshot wias t?hat. the three prisoner? were 'killed; while a ?' similar number o?:of. " guards .:lost , their lives. 4. A former, :judge : named :Thomas; :who 'had :been visiting the gaol, was struck bry a sti.y bullet; ?id killed.
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER XII. WORKING THE ORACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
'[ALL BIGlHTS IRESELR-VEJ . THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY, 3BY SIP~ WILLIAM 1MAGCN Y, BT., Author of "The ITeiress of the Season," '"The Red -Cfiancellor " "T1i' :~lMaster: Spirit," Etc. C CHAW"UITR XIN . iQORSKING THI OPACk. It \;'as .;grIleat rc1ei to ~10o to Itotid. oW, wlheC h6 lil '.. unbuidened l:iiinself Ol bi. ,Lecret, any:friiend's spirit seeited :-to "If I ha..d Inoatn lt" scit of mniin.an tiiJd ]clt "was 1 should, not ihave lihsititt?d to tell .1 ]'Is?ie, .: io reiwarl:ed, as" wi' iat t.;gtcht1:r tha't 'devCinl, 4:discussiii th- ar xi?kii: verr our tpiics. t., y o-. Ui y will ltider-. lat;ind, nyv c.cai frienid; I, could iot :brim"' :1y-.;,elf to give t.tii lovely girl away ;I'i nc! for a't I knew hle l: nUniight h:..tahve .del :n thlei. guilty party:. "Such thiings have happiened "Yes, and onie : recalls thenmt; :- i.:, t1i like this. If I h-lid beeni iistrumeiital 'i S1 ltginii her to ia teirible end whit imulst ., v -remorse li=?veoe,?,l? That. was thre .rea ;,l o,,.' n1i dete...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
WELL-KNOWN VICTORIAN NURSES TESTIFY TO .LEM T TON IC Letter received from Nurse Catherine Korting, 176 Davis-streei- North Brunswick, 29/3/12, in which she claims Clements Tonic restored :her, daughter to health. Read each word: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " I am writing of the great good Clefments Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was S operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before leng. It is fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse I have recommended that medicine times out of number. I have seen people re stored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any of my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as y...
CHAMPION OF DREYFUS. GENERAL PICQUART KILLED. PARIS, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
CHAMPION OF DREYFUS. - GENERAL PICQUART KILLED. PARIS, 19th? January. An accident has closed the career of Genleral Picquart,, who was one of.. the principal champions of Captain Dreyfus. The g.eneral was thrown from: his horse, and, in falling, struck his head on the hard,: froieri ground. rDreyfus was undergoing his sentence of life imprisonment at the Ile du Diable in Sci tedmber, 1896,; .when Colonel Picquart endeavored to have an inquiry made into his -case.. The oldy result at the time, was that the colonel ?vas dismissed. froni the War Office, and replaced by Colonel Henry. Picquart was transferred to Algiers. In November. 1897, Picquart was brought from Tunis: to answer the charges of. Majcr Esterhiazy. The colonel was re-arrestcd and; sent to Mont. Valerien in. January, 1898. In ,the following. month he was secretly examined at 3Mont _Valerien, and -retired fromni. the Army. In August, 1898, the tid turned. Colonel Ilenry confessed to for gery against. Dreyfus, was arrested...
ONLY WAY TO PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ONLY W Y?0Y TO PEACE. Mr M Donohoe; thlie war correspondent, who ha? '.ist arrived, in Aiustralia hay 'states the "Military Mail;" England, of 19th I'ecemjer)n:-,geiven his .vieivs on miii tary ti a?ini'g l: e states that the chief lessoi of tha~l 3akiil, conflict vwas. that war E.Itil?E lossessed ahll the old horrors notwith standing the. advance of civilisatior. MIy o?linion of the Turks f is thlat they rove&lt;ed themselves great fighters, despite wihlatis :sad to ith cojitiary. Why, give a yTuork one meal i daya?rand he is quite satisfied; and ieady to fighitiall and sundry. I Ias T18 mioniths ion the scene of the con fiict; anid have a big admiration for the Tuirf. I can't say the same fTor the Biul garian, who fis-a-' briute: The woist rhase of the iwar i ws wvhein the ;allies quairrelled, and 'the coniflicts th'liat followed were even oirse than when they y/ere opposed to thi Tir s.i To make imatters worse, it was bit terly cold anid'- thewouindod .:men:. were frozen ...