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ROCHESTER SPECIAL STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
IRtOCIESTER, S?SPECIAL ' STOOK SALE. Mesess.. Spencer, Yains: nd.Co , aid -Waiter A. Ro?ynell and. Co. rpot. hain~,ng r held a si.ecial .sheen:, and ?attle iil . ait Rolio.tci on the 16tli Jannuary, when they yaiqded S460 sheep and'' 673, eittle Tiheie.wa a very hlrge at t.idanco; hbuiyera attending,! from the Riverir;n, Go.ulburn Valley, r nd GiO?psliiii;:. also all the isurrounindng district. . The yarding of :sheep would ha ie been ,rrncei la rgr. buIt owin i 1i.ch a ; kenc:, demard at: ..presoent ;existing. for all,: classes;,- a groat '-number ?whih r.Weror e en tircd for :the ral were rold privatelyv :in the intrim. 'The sale -?,as on',, of: the i'most suc r:.ssful .ever -hAld .it :Rochcster and . prices all round. were .very:firmn; ai good clearance was irucadc at a.ution, and with privat sales. After wards -we diSposed of nearly the whole I t, only one or two small lines bding left tinsohl. -Prinoipal quotations i--?SChop., -: Crossbred wcthers; 2 and; 4-tooth , -16/6 to 17 ...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THE TURF. 43The meetmeing: to be lield on :\ ednesdary',:: -aid Tlni:sday, 4th and. 5th Fclbiruiry in aid of the 13eiidigo' Sanatorim?; will? ne?d tlhei. attentioiln of owners and tiaiieis of racehorses -to-day (22nd¾ iist;) aias entries -.close wvith Messrs. ': T. Jacksonh!and :i N: iPiituani, -lion: secs:. anid -Mi Sitito M.elbourne. A:i excellent prograimui has bieen pirepa'led;. whicl includes t:.v'o e %cvnts for ,trotting borses and Ctwo huirdleidaced .£O4 is being alloted in stake iimon ey t: is. sp.ecially notified? tllat `no donatiion 'ill. lbe =acelited frbmn tlih ,innder -of tany stae? t Half the railuway freight will be ?efunded A? %pecial train will ob ,irun fionm Meib0oiii;:' AJll B.J.C. officialsi will officiate and ?htli?e'' mneetiig will. :' `carriied; outf: in ::the saeiii compijlete imannier as all'. ieetings field by: the Behdigo Jockey 'Club SLocal. spotrtsren, ie w~arm i d -against hJiy ing, aiymthiina to do withl? sweep that is? being pronioted abroad.: Books o...
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTLS. Saturday, 24th January. D'AR IROSALIND, VWeddings h:ave been the excitement of this week, otherwise there lais been notling : much in a, social way. Unfortunately, the two big. weddings happened on the same day and as one was down at Frankston and the other in town, there was not the slightest chance of seeing both. Theo :Frarnkston wedding 'was the more impor tant inl one way, ior the bride is a descen dant :of two of our oldest and best known afnamilies-the Grices. and the Sumnners-a-nd they have been settled ih the Frankston district for .very many years. 'The first S GUice homestead was built in 1863.- Every thing in those days had to be carted down by :road. fromr town. There was not even ,a coach running.. They had to drive all thei way. It was strange that they should" :go right down there and. build such a sub stantial homcestead. But, it is a lovely spot, aild the James Grice home is situated rightt on a headland, which gives them a splendid: view ri...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
On eipt of 3d. Stamps Tooth Pastage. "acid mouth," and polishes, whitens mud Teeth decay because the Lactic fcid oi fermentction cleanses the mo the same time. In fr the the cleansing power of PE thECO is remarkable. Its use a ulue white teeth, sound gum., and a clean, healthy mouth. Furthe~ more, users of PEBECO never have unpleasant breath. The Acid-Test Papers are sent with the Trial Tube to de. monstrate how Pebeco counteract, tooth destroying acidm. Fullinstructions go with them. Send name and addeit by. Only a smal quantity is ne. For thcessay clat each bruhing of G. ARNOLD, S O'CONNELL.SThtEET, SYDNEY. T w (hich is the onase mentin this Papwhih or.)erc F11 IT
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS BUSH FATALITY. Echuca, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
BUSH FA'ATALITY. ail:, amed Frederick Johnston -re' ceiied injurie?oswlich a :few hours later piroed?xfata; :(while -working in the bush hneair Moir ?IT es-: on Saturday. He had: beeii;:ieilgaged witl~ a gang felling trees, and w:-iihile iunloading a_ heavy .log from a skid a second log came suddenly away, and he wa~:.jammned between the two. As it wa.s 'obvious- that Johnston had been seriosly:: injured, his mates carried him to the lake; and conveyed him in a boat to Barmah. There they got a buggy and drove .:withli hinm to Dr. Stor:ey's surgery in Echuca. Whein the doctor examined him he found that the unifortunate man was dead. Iis miaties say that. Johnston was conscious :until hle .rrived jit the sandhill on the Baimah-road, where he last spoke to them. Deatl? had resulted from rupture of the in t:.ermia l:organs. The body of deceased, who was urnmarried, arid belonged to the Ma thourit district,. wvas conveyed to Barmah:-: .for birial
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 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&IL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, .CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS; And All Kinds of SHEET METAL GOODS. OUR MANUFACTURES MAY BE PRO. CURED FB?M ALL STCREKEEPERS IN THE 2~ORTHERN DISTRICT. IuMMI AND ISE TIMBER and IRON MERCHANTS, BENDIGO. SPECIALTIES: 'WALL PAPERS, CEILINGS and PRIEZEF. iu Great Variety, from 4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. MANTELPIECES, OVERMANTELS,' TILED HEARTHS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH HEATERS. EVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DATE. At MODERATE PRICES. AGENTS for WUNDERLICH'S STEEL CEILINGS, Eto. Correspondenoe Invited is
DROWNED IN THE LODDON. Kerang, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
DIIOWNED IN THE. LQlD lON. Keriang,- 26th Janiuary. Yesterday, while EdwardE'- Giurnett, a esideint .of -Keraiig^ was"iii:l boat. on "the L5oddol:. i;n t:eltie "vicinity, :of? the towni, l he saiw lhe dead body of :ia man floating in thli: water :l' e .::did niot recognise the body,*,: cvlii cl:its fully clothed, and having pro ,pelled it '6to the, river bank, sent. a messei ger -for the lpolice. Gurnett remembered seeing somlethinig floating in the river on Saturday, about 180. yards from the 'spot, :. probably the :.body which was subsequently carried. downir. by the current. Sergeant Maidigan and- Constable Naughton were qui ickly `oli :th:e spot; ,:anrd: landed the body, whiclh .. was ?.recognised.:, as: that of ,Charles Ste'vwart; wiho arrived, from:; Swan; Hill ,.on. W diensday, last: uinder :thev:. influei ce of' liquo1. IIe:- wvas seen later inu the. town still intoxicated, and it :is stmiiised ;that _ :. ihoe by i:ome mneans -got ,iiito the ,-river ; late that` night or. ea...
ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
:Eep h ORCHARD. - Except where irrigation is available, the long stretch of dry weather is against the. development of the fruit, and a good deal of under-sized fruit is in consequence com. ing forward. Whilst irrigation is no doubt essential in the absence of rains, it is not all that is necessary to successful fruit growing. Whether irrigated or not, culti vation of the surface soil is one of the greatest aids both to the tree and the pro per development of the fruit. Its value is greatest, however, if continually maintain ed throughout a dry spell, especially if taken in hand immediately after rains. The object is twofold-to retain the moisture in the soil and to aerate it. 'rhere is then less absoiption of moisture by the sun's rays, There are very few orchardists who are prepared to go to this trouble of con tinual cultiv,.tion, yet in an instnace.in a Gosford (NS.W.) orchard the grower has .been continually cultivating a peach or chard since August, when the ground had -.been ...
KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
K`XITCiIIE . GATN- tD : Tli gotini.ice of dry, 'eather i fs ery muc; agtl the growth .of good vege tables; even vwhere t ere .is`a good supply of :water; availhbl o,W here. such a supply cainot be depended up6n, it is almost im 1i ssible .to grow good vegetables. The best that,can be done under such circumstances is -to oultivate,the urfaoe soil finely, and put on good thick mulches of stable manure, old dry leaves, dry grass or straw any thing. to help to keep off the burning rays of the sun from the soil around the plants; also conserve all water used about the house, and with a watering can, without the spray, apply the water ,iround and about the roots of vegetables. A small hole might be dibbled in near the roots, and filled consecutively several times, or a momnd of earth made around each plant and filled with water. lBy those means no unnecessary waste of water takes place, the plant getting the supply at its most impor tant point. Where plants are attacked by insects, a spra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SCOTCH COLLEGE, MELBOURIN J. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. .SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST ,SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VIC,'LORIA. Siroe its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys 'hale passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branohes of a LIBERAL EDUCATION. THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGES, WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJECETS. The Pupils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK, In the BOARDINGHOUSE tie number of boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to "80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys-=in most eases for two. The Prinoipal' has the assistanoe of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Cricket and Football Field, of...
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 20th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKEIT. Tuesday, 20th January Cattle.-There ?as an increased number of cattle yarded for to-day's sale on the pen nings of the last couple of weeks, and, fur thor, the quality all round was an improve ment. .The total number that came to hand was 617, ,representing 33 trucks that arrived. by rail, vith the addition of a grood percen tage that were roaded in. Good useful and medium descriptions constituted the bulk of the. supply, with a fair number of pens of prime, medium and lightweight bullocks dis tributed throughout the market. Cows wero also in good numbers, mainly ranging about useful meaty sorts. Tihe supply being quite equal to all requirements, even with some Melbourne exporters' competition, the mar ket, right from the opening, experienced a drop of nearly 101 on the decreased rates of last week, and with slight fluctuations at times kin the case of prime pens of bullocks, con tinued so throughout. The best hilces uo tained for a sniall pen was...
KOCH'S PIONEER ACCIDENT. DEATH OF HEWITT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
KOCH'S PIONEER ACCIDENT. DEATH OF IlEWITT. Tho injuries which Charles Hewitt sus tained iu Koch's Pioneer mine on the 9th January proved fatal, the sufferer dying early on Friday morning in the Bendig, Hospital. Hewitt in his capacity as shift boss waa i,.pectilg the shnift from a gig, when a slab of timber fail dovn the colmpartmeltt, crag hlinug through the -ooi of the gig and inflicting severe injuries to his head. lie was taken to the lChospi;a3 ir. an ulte:cnsciors condition, suffering iror1 copcussioa: anc. l:.c'rativn of the brain, and he lilsge-ed until yev?terday morning. Hewitt did not reain lhis .ensea from the time of the accic;ent until ho excired. Hle was a ma r?:,d man and resided at Long Gully. '1The death was reported to Constablie cule, the corouor's orderly, and he coniiniumicated with 3Mr E. N Moore, the coroner, whl is in Mhlbourne. An inquiry was held at the Beudigo Hos pital on Saturday, before the coroner (Mr. E. N. 3Moore, P.M.) and a jury of five; whq found...
PROPOSED FREEZING WORKS. LEASE OF LAND DESIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
PR. RBREEZING WORKS. OF LAND DESIRED. A letter was received by the City Coun cil yesterday from Messrs. Westley and Dale, solicitors, Melbourne, in reference to the application made on behalf of the Ben digo Central Freezing and Fertiliser Co. Ltd. for a lease of land in the vicinity of the city abattoirs, and stating that the company desired the lease for 25 years and upwards. The \writers desired to know for what period and on what terms the coun cil would be rrepared to grant the lease. A plan was submitted showing the land desired, and it was pointed out that space was being left for a 50 per cent, increase in the size of the cattle abattoirs. Cr. Curnow ;.aid the establishment of this industry, which was a natural one for Ben digo, should be encouraged in every possi. ble way, and the council's reply should be given as soon as possible. Bendigo had everything to gain by having such an in dustry. At the same time the interests of the ratepayers in respect to the land had to be p...
TO REMOVE A TURKEY'S SINEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
STO EDMOVE -l A TUTREYS SINEWS. The 'easiest way - to .get. thlie: sinews out .`of a turkey's leg is to break it ".just ?below the: kinee-joint ;:cut skin, taking- care not to cut sinevs, t~wist foot round as often :as: it will go 0 ind take sinews;out one 'by one. They; come out quite :easily, and there . is no ::exertion` ieeded:
SUFFRAGETTES' PLANS. 1914 TO BE FAMOUS LONDON, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SUFFRAGETTES' PLANS . 1914 TO BE FAMOUS. LONDON, 22nd January. Suffragettes have planned a campaign, which, they say, will make the year 1914 politically famous. The lives of public men, without party distiriction, are, it is stated, to be made unbearable;. it is possible that clandestine raids will be made on Ministers and mem bers of Parliament, leading social funo tions, and sporting events will be used to advertise the militant propaganda, and a visit is to be made to the King at Buckinu ham Palace. Violence of a more dangerous character than anything that has previously occurred is also threatened. BENucmo CnItEK.-The Minister for Mines. (Mr. Drysdale -own) had a conference in Melbourne on Saturday with members of the Sludge Abatement Board and the Ben dido Creek- Trust regarding the Bendigo Creek. The trust had information for tha Minister which it h1cred w,?u!d ass t in the task cf sclving th-e ircb!em of freeing the creek from hludge, and in the direc tion of coming to an am...
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS .4 LITTEI" FOR., MOTHERS AND DAUGHTEIRS. (_ By A DAM ROSE. Frocks,; b!Ousces, a ind inillinery are all rather.: "of th;le ~ethereal order just now. Lil?gi b : Ea Ti?te cl;i"inlygly prtty ihis year;:?ai?d t!hose of embroidered voile in all colors are. even more effective. The. finest of miuslins,, nll a mass .of lace, em broiderics, are used for th. mosb fihshiou able iblorues, and . as for the millinery, the clhoice. is nothiing shcrt of bewildering. There was n:ever suclh, a 'iyear for blue or blue. and white, and this soft ol:y color supeisedes all others in falliionable favor.
A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
STAT .-,DO ES? MARVEL S. Duri ug the 1at, few years announcements :hw'vr.. appeared occdasionrally. telling how to. make ao r:idlly ..6good hair tonio thatl, wo:kil ac;tually make the hair:i grow,; and it gives' us great pleasure to learn that so many •r hb 'have t.ried it h;ave obtained such ic ir arlkablo results. One lady writes thit inimlediately after readiieg the formula she went to: her chmlnist .and. had .him put up as dirccted .1 ounce -of Lavona do Compossd, - drain Mc;nthol C'ry tais, rat.l 3 unccs BJ3a Ruin. _=She took thin home, and, al. tholRugh her h]ir had been falling out ter. ribly and she ias. threatened with bal:l mcss, she was astonished' antl: delighted to ~ioteo tUat thLe :alling ' t of tlh6 hair ;top, pIed imnmediactely, and the hIair itself began to groci. in an amazing manner. In fact, she 'dfabjes- (that it' has ialready grown i early 8i inches in a little over two months TMtoreover, her hair is now brighter, glos, sier aniid more luxuriant tihan ever, and...