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SEA LAKE. 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SEA LAKE. 21st January. At the' looal Court of Petty Sessions to; day- John' Dalyleislh sued James WVlieh, ,; fairiner, of Tyrrell Wcst, for £1 danlimages: in lieu: of oho wc~kees notice. :Coniplaina~nt strAted tt :le ]had beenii engaged by W'linian throughl .tlihs Lelbournii Labor ;Bi?.ri u as an incixpericincud fai.n- hand at . pier. iweek. -Whelan n-t hliim' at Sea. Lake, and told hinm he would inot -Suit, but offered to Spay hiia what lie wao worth.' -He refused to go on 'tlio sotoinrms, aiid nowi "clainmed £1. in lieu of : cu. week's n'otice:.. In answer to the benchi: com:plainant'i stated .that Mr. Vhelin had :not niide any ciontract with him, sai ev itth n the bureau. .He had not ývrittctn to ti,o buretau concerning 1 the .na.t ter. :The cort hlloughti the evidence un-: satisfactoiy, and dismissed the case., Daly: leislh hlas .been in. Auistrhlia, two yea?.r arnd}: had previoilily followel the occupat iObil o a coo; . a A young maii naimed John Whiti?foid Was clarged at the ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CHARMING AFTERNOON FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

TA CHARMING AFlRNOOUN IF ROCK The more elaborato got ns arc niearly all in half satin and silk, and in all :kilidl of Iaia,e,; delic ate colors.: Tho slcetch: shows a charmiug afternoon gown realisedi partly in pale grey isatin. and partly in pale pink voile: in .a dainty' design of pink .rosebuds. The. deep :froint panel .and lower part of skirt, thl waistbanid and bodice yoke, and the deep wide cuffo are all of the palo g:-.'y satin, and the embroidered voile is very prettily combined with it. Full friliiugs of croeam lco decorate the neck and cuffs. There is a very becoming simple hat shown',: of, white straw, -the' crown" covered with. grey tulle and encircled.wvith a: frll wreath of qink rose&s Streamers of greC~h velvef are .a piquart fi iish ..

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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UTILITY POULTRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

UTILITY POULTRY FARMING. (By F. E. A. Gordon.) The first thing a beginner should' do' when he, or she has decided to go in for poultry-farming for utility purposes is to decide what branch of the industry to take up, i.e., whether he will start a plant for egg-production alone, or for eggs and table combined, or for table, poultry alone There is 'a handsome income to be made froin each of these if' the right person be in the right place.. The -great point is to know which will pay best. "If a plant is to be started for egg pro. ductioni-'alone one cannot do better than adopt'a, good strain 'of White Leghorns." This is the usual advice tendered by poul try experts; but, gentle reader, let me tell you as politely as I can that this is pure bunkunm. There is no such thing as a plant run for egg production alone; un less the person running it is a lunatic pure and simple. 'Every so-called egg farm is a general purpose -plant, and this is the kind of a lant which; in my opinion, pays: th...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A VERY SMART HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

A VERtY SMART _HAT. Smart and oxceedingly "Tronchy" Vt use 'a most .1iadmissible, but expressiveT: word-is the. tiny hat sketched. It is of the newest flat, lowv-crowned shape, with a prettily-cur~sd brim.. "It is of white 'rice straw, and the trimming consists of folded black and white striped silk, with very full bows resting on the hair at the back, and a single large rose of deep red, with its foliage placed on the brim in front.

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THE LATEST PARASOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

TH, LATEST. PARABSOLS. 'For Sunnny Days.--There can be no. doubt, I. think, that :the fashionable. sun shade, of .the present summeir is the black and-white nlodel. It is to be seen. in .every conceivable inaterial and stylc; the black preponderating' in soime exaimples, and the whitt ini- oters. At the present moment the smartest magpie parasols are carried out in a fascinating allianc? of'.black tulle and white lace ::,the ti!le beingg arranged in thick, soft: l'ayers. w:hich are gauged and drawn -in the most wondeirful ::ay;' TLese filmy sunishades are ::mounted, ;upon very long ebonty sticks: :For hard useful -wear the leading boilses 1"ii-,; tdoen iare slshowing a very pretty sunshade of soft, :blue taffeta, mounted on ca log: stick' with ; lhandle of rhinocerous hide:"

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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WYCHEPROOF. 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

WYCHEPROOF-. The matter of. having Williazn'ss Reserve neair. Wycheproof, -gazetted for recreation pu:rposes, will be dealt with by a ?iandi Board. Atchdeacoa Tucker. of Ballarat, will visit· Wycheliroof to-morroir : ii coinneation vith, matters '?appertaining to tlihe Anglican: Cliurch at Wc'yheproof One of the electrical engineers of the Shire of Wycheproof arrived here yesterday with" plans, etc., for marking out places for the erection of poles for the wires _ aind cables in connection with the electrie light; .The tender of 'Mr F. J . 'l Tucker has been accepted, for the erection of a rower house?i at Sea. Lake, as well' as at :WVychlproof.. .The suction gas :plant is ready 'for delivery, and no time shiilld now be lost in carryting out both- contracts. A irailhaye employe on the: Wychepioof Glenloth section, named Michael. -John .Noonan, "complained :of :feeling,: unwell -vhilst :1 t work, and' consulted Dr. aiiil. :An lhour: later. he died,. Deep regret has been ecxpressed. t...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A DAINTY BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

DAIN TY BLOTJSE A. Cl uinlmn MIodel.=-Sonme of the t:eriy prettiest of the newv blouses sholwn for full suirit ieclr.-iare carried out. in: fine w!'hite cotton voile, a :daiuty: and ?.very 'co inaf-eiil,:I canie across. a. pairticularly chfrnint~: model of ithis inatirial only t'this fii'riiinb, L: perfectly ncw blouse thati had not only; ijust been -unpacled?. This: blouse fastened doiwn the front -vithli laige:' white porceliin buttons. The neck was. cut:? out, in a; :shallow V, a prettily-shaved :' collar~ edged with a pleatcl frill of. the munterial' and a tiny crocheted bhading, turning back from ;rlre opening. A banid of simiilar, bead-.; jide -of tho buttons. The elbow-sleeves':, wero'.et in in Raglan-fashion, and, a bauiid .of tbe beading was uise to odge each side of the shoulder. Double frills of the ma terial finished the sleeves. A broad band of the Irish crochet (in an imitation quality) was set in on each side just above the waist, and was carried round to the back. An...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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WEDDERBURN. 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

W' WEDDERBURN. 22nd ' Jauuiary While Alav iit i n - cricket :iatlch ,ye~ tciday, Mr. Oliver Flight, a school. teachier at Natiilk, h..d his .co laid :openl'?l :with the cricket bhll, hlichlT boiiiAmdd off: the -bit he was wiicldiig

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE VOGUE FOR BUTTONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

STHE VOGUE. FOR BUITONS. The Latest Examples.-Buttons arel still very high in favor as a trimming for towns, costumes and blouses. Generally speaking, buttons are either excessively large or very small, the medium sizes being comparatively rarely seen. For the cos tume of corded silk material, one of the most fashionable garments of the hour, the most popular button is a smart little oval affair of ]ighly-polished horn or rather dark color set in a rim of ivory. These buttons are set in close rows upon the garment they adorn, and are remarkably. effective. Another very fashionable horn button is also oblong in shape, and has a small raised centre of ivory or jade (imi tation, of course) of exactly the same shape as the button. For driving, motoring, and travelling coats, the very large, plain but ton of dark horn, highly polished and pierced with 1-oles for sewing on, is quite the smartest thing. An enormous number of pearl buttons are used upon washing frocks and blouses of all kin...

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TARNAGULLA. 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

TARNAGULLA 21st l:=Juikky F oi having fish undei the staiidard weight?iii his :1 possession; S:'tanley -D foid ns; at the Court of Pettyi Sessionst to diy; fined 2 :with 1i4/6 costs Gonistaible La oclie local. inispector under the Fisherieg Act w'as the prodseeutir. Real: property valued at £2803 and' per;. sonal valued at £240 were left to his :widow°:. anid ;childrcen by Mr. Robert Harrison: Buistall, gentleman, .of Tarnagulla, lwho: died on 12th October, 1913. The :will wa, anade on 19th Maich, 1910.

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A GIRL'S PRETTY FROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

A GIIL'S PRE'ITY F eFOCK. Old-rose casement cloth is used for the making of this quite delightfully pret!y but simple summer frock for a little girl just.gotting into her teens. Casement cloth ,is so econonmical and washes so well that for useful summer frocks and coats it has few. equals. This particular design ?..is; fully pleuted in front from the yokelinc~_of cream laeo insertions, and` thlic: ?ifilins i, confined at theo :?ish wiuhli a ::?nii?rowbelt. of black lpat ent leather. -- ..lh neck?is ;low cut,, ail.. fiuished with lace. ixsnertioiis, and there are' tl?y bone bluttons on L'h6lbodice as a little finiah

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SWAN HILL. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SWAN HILL. 20th January. Whilst in Sydney last week, Mrl. Il. I:. Res, M L.C., interviewed .the New Southl ?Wales: Minister for Public Works (Mr.. :G-iTffithlt on the matter of a Governmerit grant :towards the explorers' memorial to :be eorected at Swan Hill. Mr. Griffith pro-.. mnised :a grant of X£25 on behalf of the Ncw Soutth Wales Ministry. .:At the close of the morning service at the :Presbyterian Church on Sunday last the R.ev. J. Downey. on behalf of the choir and i congregation, presented Miss Gerrand with 'i ;handsome gold pendant in recognition of her services as organist during the past' six years. The rev. gentleman spoke in oulogistic terms of the services rendered: by the recipient, on w..hose behalf the choir nmaste .(Mr . W Bird) suitably responded. 22nd January. Tlrhr w.:s a. large - and repreL entativo gathering.- aRVt t:o Shiro Hall on Wednes day, :th ý?ceascior bein? a farewell social to Msir.. anid Mrs G. Blaikie. Mr. M la.ak. Sias bcen ii;.x chii? of 'the lloc...

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A VERY SIMPLE BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

A VERY SIMPLE BLOUSE. A. vory simple blouse of coarsc blue. lineu combined with dcqp cream lace is here illus. trated. It. is fully pleated, and has the cream lce :userted right across the frout raid tver tlZ3 i'uIadci', iarmniilg dcep &iuffs. Tho fni~h .ctf tha cufifs .md tho little, turn dcwu collar ound tholi buttons are iu a deeper shaddo of 'bluo lineu. Suoh a~ b1ou would be very casily made up, and a a very simple affair for the home la

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AXEDALE. 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

-OUR COUNTRY SERVICE, AXEDALE,. 22nd - Z"uuary. ,There is a slight epidemic of* gastritis throughout this district;,-: . sAfter conside'rable delay, wlich, howaovr,-: Suas ,mn.avidablo, the. coiitractor-. fair the ir. tiior w.or,? in connectioz' witlh the new: An. nicai Church is pushing oon operations': rrpiadly, and it is expected .that the chlurch gwill bo opened in a few iWeeks' timel Sonmd cf :htlie urisidgs have 'aleady : been do i atoid The weather is- very cool and uinsieasoi able; th?i nigliht bein chilly. The ripe-l ii)g of somne rruits ic'being retarded in coni; eq' ence.

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BAGSHOT. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BAGSMHT. .20th Jainuary. M.r A `.Rehe; of South Goornonig, who has been serio isly ill tii ther Bendigo Hos pital, is impr.vlng. 22nd JJanuary. A: grass fire :,currcd in?- Messrs, Wardr alnd Son.s' Ipad dock. this' morning.r; :e rW 3niuiihes afte' trio 10.15 'tram passed throiigh: th?-? fire wt niotced, anid it 'is believed tha'i ? spark from .the 'cngin.:wa sW : the c~u Le A strong wind wuas blowing a' thi timile, ?niid" :tlýc flames :soon obtaii?id a: strog hiold: : Th i Messrs. Whid, i 1 hiLe : J. a{id Peahtlingj arnfd otheis, were qlic'k y oni 'the, sceio,, but considerable d unago, wv?as donie before: they'- succ6eed. ifi::getpting tie firo iundei: controlb Acre.s of :grass' w'r*. destroy. d; ls chains of feincing. The firo i -still- daneroi?!! as the iwind strong, aind paiks continue t fly f 'ni tue 1biubig timber.

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BAMAWM. 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BAMAWIVIM. - 2nd January. The consignment of spineless cactus plants brouglhti by Mr? Jolin MClurg, an American. eland-eseker, from thIe Buriiank nurseries an Califorlida h, e :been .:seized: by the C?istom authorities it '?appears:that the case con tiiiing &tlie: alnits ieemve removed in mis take by th :aririer inployed- by the ship ping agents,? witlh tihe laud-seeker's lug gage.;:' MI.Ir M..Clurg. lid nothling to do with tlie: roi' and- has acted quite openly in the i'itter:. *rastic action might not haVe been taken by the authorities but for the fact tlhat Mr. M'Clarg has been working at his trade as carpeiter at Bauamawm pending the allotment of a suitable block of land at "Bamawmn. He has ample means, and his family reside at Rochester. Owing to being strangei's in the land letters of an urgent nature that were sent by the shipping agents demanding the return of the cactus consignmncnt, in order to comply with the Noxious Weeds Act, were not. received till he called at...

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RUN OVER BY WAGGON. Pyramid Hill, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

PUN OVFER, ]Y3VWAGGON Pyramid Hill, 24th January. A young farmer; named James Cox was killed at the Mologa railway station yester day afternoon, being run over by a waggon containing 50 bags of wheat. The team attached to the waggon took fright at- a train and bolted, and Cox ran to the leaders to stop them, but was thrown   down, and the wheels passing over his abdomen, crushed the pelvis and caused   an internal hemorrhage. He lingered un til about 7 o'clock, when he collapsed. Dr. M. Jacobs, of Pyramid Hill, attended to the injuries, and a car was on its way to convey the sufferer to Bendigo for opera tion, but death had intervened before its arrival at Mologa. Deceased was a widely-   known resident of the Terricks district.

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KOONDROOK. 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

KOONDROOK. 23rd January. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fasham, of Koon   drook, received the sad intelligence this week that their third eldest son, Frederick, had died in Melbourne from typhoid fever after a short illness. Deceased, who was a popular young man during his stay in Koondrook, was 25 years of age, and for some years was employed in the Barham stores. He afterwards removed to Mel-   bourne, and about six months ago opened a grocery business on his own account in the metropolis. Deceased was a married man, and leaves a young widow. An induction service was held in St.   Paul's Church of England, Koondrook, on Tuesday evening, when the Rev. M. T. Jones, the newly-appointed minister, was   inducted to the charge of the parish. His Lordubhip thi-e i:hop; of, iendigo olficiaead, Irand after the ceremony delivered an ant piessivo address to a. large congrega.tion. A ,nimilat' service was held in the B3arhamn Church ou. Wednesdlay eveni...

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OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Sigria.") The weather is making up for its delayed summer, but gardens are looking well in spite of the heat. The Queen Victoria re serve and the Conservatory gardens are gay   with flowers. The Conservatory, with its exotic blossoms and palms and many lovely ferns, is a picture. Miss Caroline Hunter is to be married on 3rd February, and hers probably will, be the first social wedding for 1914. Miss Hunter will be married in church, and it will be the first public wedding. I hear Miss Verna Knight will be married sooner than she intended, as the original date comes during Lent, and no decorations in the church are allowed during that period. The next wedding will probably be Miss Belle Mackenzie and Mr. Neave. Mrs Long and her family have returned from Lorne. Others who have returned to Bendigo are Mr. and Mrs. Marriott Wat son and Miss Mackenzie. Mr. Neave is in Bendigo at present, and Mr. Roy Goodis son. Mr. Percy Ross was here for a &...

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BRIDGEWATER. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BRIDGEWATER. 20th January. The staff at the local flour mill is:kept   very busy taking delivery of wheat, the bulk of which is being received by rail., An average of about 30 trucks per day is being received in addition to what is be ing carted by road. The large grain sheds   are full to overflowing, and a great quan- tity is being stacked in the open. De- liveries by the local farmers have now prac- tically ceased. The yields are somewhat disappointing, being fully 20 per cent less than was anticipated. The sample is a good average one. Another large grain buyer (Mr. John Sloan) has his large store practically full. A comparatively small quantity of wheat has been sent away by rail. Yesterday afternoon near the railway crossing a team of four horses attached to a wheat waggon belonginig to Mr. F. Hutman, which had just unloaded at Mr. J. Sloan's'wheat shed, was standing, in   charge of ayoung man, when a motor car passed and caused the leade...

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