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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THE CONVWAY--VATJL WEDDING PARTY. The Bridegroom The Bride (Mr. E. J. Cornway). (Miss M. Valli). (Vincent Kelly., Photo:). THEI F:EWESTEPR-.?M'RGRATTI WEDD1NG PARTY. The Bridegroom The Bri.le ('.r. James Fe;'cster). (Mizs Mar; A. M'Groth). (Vincent Kelly, photo. THE S'T.WAlRT-JONIFS WEDDING PARTY. The Bridegroom The Bride (t2r. G. Ross Stewart) (Miss Mabel V. Jonca). (Vincent Kelly, photo.)
COLBINABBIN. 17th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
COLBINABBIN. 17th January. A son of Mr E. P. Dowd, aged eight years, met with a painful accident on Fri- day. While throwing some hay to a number of horses he was kicked on the face. He was conveyed to Dr. Wilson's surgery at Elmore, where it was found necessary to insert 12 stitches in wounds in the lip and lower jaw. The sufferer is now pro- gressing favorably. A daughter of Mr. H. Slender was thrown from a pony she was riding owing to the bridle breaking. She was unconscious for &nbsp; some time, but is now doing well under the care of Dr. Christie, of Rushworth.
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. WEDDING. -- Miss Emie Elizabeth Ed- wards, daughter of the late Thomas Ed- wards, was married to Mr. Jeffrey Ivey Retallack, third son of the late Mr. Cyrus B. Retallack, at St. Thomas's Church, Es- sendon on 15th inst. The bride, who wore a robe of white crepe niron, was given away by Major Ormonde Lockyer (Balla- rat), her brother in-law. After the cere- mony Mrs. Ormonde Lockyer gave a small luncheon party at the Quamby Club. Only relatives were present. The private suite and tables were beautifully decorated with delphiniums and La France roses. Later Mr. and Mrs. Retallack left by motor to tour the Western district, the bride wear- ing a smart navy suit and chic motor hat. BIRTHDAY EVENING.-On the 19th inst. an enjoyable evening was spent in celebrat- ing Miss Ivey Capper's 21st birthday at her parents' residence, Quarry Hill. Messrs. Roy Osborne, Arthur Earl and William Woodburn conveyed to Miss Capper the best wishes of all present. Mr. J. J. White replied on be...
IN THE ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
IN THE ARENA. The attractions in the arena at the Upper Reserve were disappointing, and the majority of the spectators, after lingering awhile, wended their way to the city baths adjoining, where the sport was more in- teresting. The harriers' races attracted good fields, and the ,racing was watched &nbsp; keenly by the spectators, these events, the walk, and the fireman's hydrant contest, being the only items in the programme which appeared popular with the crowd. The Andrew Flutter, of 220 yards, for har- riers, was annexed by W. M'Shane off 17 yards, he being followed home by L. Ward, 18 yds., and A. J. Tyson, 20 yds. M'Shane: won very easily. The Dunstan Welter, of 880 yards, was also won by M'Shane, who started off 55 yards. M. Nankervis, 60 yds., and Tyson, 55 yds., finished second and third respectively. The Sternberg Walk, one mile, provided a splendid contest; R: M.'Pherson, 30 yds. and R. Osborne,. scr., both giving a fine exhibition of walking. The finish li iac i...
DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
DAIRYING NOTES. &nbsp; At the annual meeting of the Wisconsin &nbsp; Dairymen's Association, Mr. S. A. Baird, in discussing the subject of more and bet- ter cows, made the following statement: "While our State average per cow is esti- mated twenty pounds higher than the ac- credited average of the United States, we believe 'that by the selection of our best cows, by the continued use of purebred sires, and breeding in the direct lines of the breed selected, it is possible to bring the farm herd of cows up to an average of 300 pounds of fat per year. Were the use of scrub and, grade sires discontinued and nondescript sires, lacking the prepotent power of transmitting high producing powers to their progeny, eliminated, it could be done. As farmers we need to pay more attention to the breeding and feed ing of our cows, and I, for one, know of no reason why the fundamentals of dairying should not be taught in our public schools. That is an expression of opinion on the &a...
OUR PERTH LETTER. Monday, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
S OU PERTHF LETTER. M-1onday, 19th Januasiy DEA O110NOR, :My tirst letter to you this year, .nd let men 1 tll' you lthvt you11 would :.ay I - as; a. woman: of w il1 :if: you coild see :me sibtting writing in tlihjs a?wful theather. 'Oe seems hiardlyi able to breaths, 'fori o. :at iitmosiherie is hIuitlid aInd depressing, anid "is, Ii believe; very' lik&i Sydiiey in that lespect'"-;' Adalaido anid Btndigo hiive the diier and-mnoe lebeari ablie summire. Since may last epistle to you the Perth Racing Carnival. has come .and: gone;.' an-: I .may, tell you. that perhaps the most admired woomari thereat &lt;was an. ex-Bendigonian, Mrs. Arthur :Bisset (nee. Miss Daisy ..:ansen-lKnar-" :hoi). .Sheo. looked, lovely. Two othier: wovme w.ho l atti'aced" general adminiation imere Mes dames Godfrcy Ellis iand Nioinman IDarcy, both` of -W\lhom .hailed origipally foeni Bendigo.:.`:., : .lr Darcy is 'staying in Perth till the reat licat is over, for I believe up on the stations-iS i...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
OBITUARY. The obsequies in connection with the death of Mr. Charles Chamberlain were &nbsp; carried out on Tuesday, when his remains were interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Bendigo Cemetery. The funeral, which moved from his late residence, "Pen- Y-Wern," Barnard-street, was a lengthy &nbsp; one, being attended by many prominent &nbsp; citizens. The coffin was borne to the grave by Messrs. A. Steen, W. Sunderland, A. and T. Lowndes, J. J. Smith and C. Brown. The pall-bearers were Messrs. T. and G. Pritchard, M. Cohn, W. Bruce, J. S. McIlroy and B. Rodgers. Amongst those present was Mr. H. J. M. Campbell, M.L.A. for Portland, who is the father of Mrs. George Chamberlain. The Rev. A. I. Davidson solemnised the burial service. Messages of sympathy were received from Senator McColl and Mr. W. Hutchinson, Minister for Agriculture. Artificial wreaths and beautiful floral tributes were forward- ed by Messrs. W. and A. Iser, Mrs. S. A. Cock, Mrs. Pritchard, ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. LEAHY.-On the 8th January, 1914, at Miss Thorn's Private Hospital, Bendigo, to Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Leahy, Four Posts, &nbsp; Jarklan-a son. WALLACE.-On the 17th January, at &nbsp; "Carinya," Sycamoro Grove, East St. Kilda, to Mr and Mrs. Edgar E. Wallace - a son (Edgar Victor). WIRTH.-On 13th January, at "Loddon Bank," Bridgewater, the wife of George Wirth-a son-(Harry-Edgar). MARRIAGES. ACK HING-LOUEY.-On the 26th November, &nbsp; 1913, at All Saints' Pro-Cathedral, by &nbsp; the Rev., Canon Percival, Florence, eldest daughter of Mrs. Louey of California Gully, &nbsp; to Philip Ack Hing, of Bendigo. FULTON-RYAN- On 24th November, 1913 by the Very Rev. Dean MacCullagh, Arthur second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fulton, Robinson-street, Bendigo, to Mabel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ryan, of Langston-street, Bendigo. &nbsp; &nbsp; FULTON-CARTWRIGIT.-On 9th October, &nbsp; 1913...
FRUIT EXPORT. THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
F1RUIT EXPORT. THE SEASON'S OUTLOOK. Twenty years have elapsed since the first regular: season of export of fruit from Vic tcria to'European markets was established, and although production has increased to an enormous extent, the fruitgrowers - of this State are more prosperous to-day and obtain. better prices for their fruits, than ever they have done in the past. Competi tion of. buyers and exporters is. very keen,:-' and present quotations for apples and pears':, are at .least 25 per cent. it. adv lwee ,o,t those of 20, years ago. There: is;no'iiidoubuh thlat :expor,: to oversea markets has beeni the mnuin: factor in: the advanceniteiit;'of .the t ade, and: the gro"ver :his =been quick to reCalisa i This, iseason 6steamers? ae li::e. been engaged eto cairy fruit to Europe rine: of these load eexcrlsively ait Melbuine: Adelaiide ai'mFe Fimantle: and : nine t.i e shipments fromn Ilobait only. T -he Vic torian apple 'seisoni commneices with the;? iheinland on i7th ::Febri·ary d d.:...
POPE AND THE TANGO. HIS HOLINESS WATCHES DISPLAY. AND GIVES PARIS NEW CRAZE. PARIS, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
POPE AND THE TANGO. EIS -HOLINESS WATCHES DISPLAY. AND GIVES PARITS NEW CRAZE. PARIS, 28th January. A very interesting statement in reference to the Papal attitude toward the much discussed Tango dance was made to-day by "Le Temps," the well-known Parisian daily. The Tango was recently condemned as an indecent dance by Cardinal Amette, Archbishop of Paris. "Le Temps" states that after question ing several people in regard to the alleged immorality of the Tango, the Pope de cided to fudge for himself. Accordingly two youthful aristocrats gave a demonstra tion of the dance before his Holiness. At the conclusion of the Tango the Pope is said to have remarked, "Well, my chil dren, you take your amusements very sadly," and to have advised them to sub stitute the Venetian Furlana for the Tango. "Le Temps" adds that the Furlana is already being practised in Paris, where it has been nicknamed "the Pope's dance.' We used in old days to talk of the Thirty Years' WVar, of the Fifteen Years' Wa...
UTILITY POULTRY FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
UTILITY: POULTRY FAIRMING. (1By Vi. E. A. Gordon.) 'The beginner having decided upon the bLced or strain :he is going to begin with, th; next question is to purchase the bairds. Hero the beginner is absolutely at the mercy of thoe. breedcr, and a4lthough I a.m glad to say that there are ninny upright, eonscientious breeders and sellers of breetd iwg stock, yet unfortunately there are also ninny who .are not above foisting absolutely ivorthless birds upon the beginner, and cha:irging a fancy price for them aI s birr: of good strains, when in .some instances ite Imv ow l kenowledge) the birds had been bought at auction by the breeder lhimself for the price of table meat, and ho had not the slighteot idea. whether they ware of a good strain- or not. The only remnedy the begFiner has is to inqluire 'beforo pir. chasing) into the character of the -person fromn whom he, propo?,e to buy, and if any doubt exists lie should purchlase from some, other breed.er; even -though the first mnay ibi...
BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION IMPROVED RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
BENDIGO EGG.LAYING COMPETITION IMPROVED RETURN. The eggs laid by the competing hens in the Bendigo egg-laying test during the 'Iast week exceeded the previous week's total by two, being 1201, which brings the aggregate since the competition started in April last to 43,537 eggs, an average of 1012 eggs per pen. This is a splendid re cord. Mr. I, M'(Kenzie's Leghorns regis tored the highest score for the week with 36 eggs, being closely pressed by Mhr. A. W. Hall's and R.. W?. Pope's Leghorns 'with 35 eggs. Mr. h. Ilanbury's Leg horns followed with 34 eggs. The daily totals of the three former pens were: M'Kenzie, 6, 4, 5, 6, 4, 6, 5,-36; Hall, 5, 3, 6, 5, 5, 5, 6-35; Pope-5, 4, 6, 5, 5, 5, 5-35. The aggregates each day dur ing the week were:-23rd January, 185; 24th, 159, 26th, 175; 27th, 174; 28th, 162; 29th, 185, and 30th, 165. Ten liens were out of the liens dui'ing the week owing to broodliness. All the fowls are in splendid health, and only two are in moult. 'The consistency of 1...
BAD LEG AFTER A KNOCK. EIGHT MONTHS' FEARFUL LEG ULCERS. LIMB SAVED BY ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
BAD LiG AFTERL A KN0OWK. ]IG.H F dON'PIIS' FI AR.R FU LELG SA'i the outcoiau' of 1a Sil)ICple acidelut--a knock oi the leg1-Mi:r. '. ?vi. rown, of Duriiliam-street, Adekland, N:Z.; w~s cip pled with .flesIl-cahltng - uldcis for c .eighlt .i)I.othe?. Tellinig how tIhe lilmb was nmido quite stVronlr abid sound by Zam-B3uk's heilM ing, Mr. Brown -says:-"Thlrough knocking. my le)t leg. against the edge of a box, I deni day burst a; varicose vein. A strea'm~ of blood gushed out; and it" Ws some tithe before II could stop the outflow. Soon afterwards the wound became angry-loo3c ing and ilcerous. and caused great pai',. - t'I li:.d ac p .an:d rested the ,limb, but it was no use, for the bad place got worse c nd worse, alnd terribly inflaamed Tle:i the treatment of a medical man was tried, but it failed to bring any improvement. For cight month.s I wit in fearful torimment. The infla.mimatioun spread, .t.Ie ulcers got deoper a?u'l bigger, and 'the leg was swol:ent. enormously. "I :.d often...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUFACTURERS of CREAM' CANS, MILK CANS, DAIRY: * UTENSILS, GAL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGfH; :: nd All Kinds of SHEET METAL GOODS. OUR MANUFACTURES. MAY BE PRO. CURED F;OM I LL 'STOREKEEPERS IN THE 2?;I;THERN DISTRICT. IJJMIUI AND TIMBER. and IRON MERCHANTS, BZN DIGMO. SPECIALTIES:-,. INVALL PAPERS, OEILINGS and' FRIEZES. "u Great; Variety, from'4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. IfANTELPIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILEJD IIHEARTHIS, INTERIOR,? GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMELLED BATHS :and SINKS, Also BATH HEATERS. : VERYTHING RIGHT. UP TO DATE. At MODERATE PRICQS. ADENTS for .WUNDERLICH'S STEEL:. CEILINGS, Eto. :. Correspondence Invited. (Telephone 48.) . DEDIO POMADE destroys all Vermin aon . Poultry, Cattle, Horses,. and. Swine; 1', posted,. 1/2 Brin, . chemist, E. Malvern, V1'? Chemists, stores, sell it. .. :
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
The. Faverolles' general .characteristics aie:--?l1uhe cock---Skull, broad, flat and short; cbeak, stout and sliort; comb, sillngle, of medium size and upright; four to six spikes, and of smooth texture face, mufflted, beiarl and muffting full, wide and shlort; car lobes and wattles small, and iartially` concealed by tho muffles; neck, short? and thick, anid well let inito the Lody; body thick and dloop; breast, broad, with a deep keel bone coming well forward, but not too iounded,. very. broad' across the back and shoulders_ and saddle; wings, short, carried close to the body;;' tail, of medium length, and carried rather up right, the feathers being broad; long, thin ianid flowing tail,, feathers carried :low: o straight are very objectionable; tlhihs, :hort and -wide apart, shanks of mediumii. lcngth, stout and straight, and carried' well: apart (iarrowness or any tendency to be "in-kneed-' is objectionable), sparsely feathered_ down : to the outer toe; toes, five oni each foot, t...
IMMIGRATION POLICY. DEFENDED BY MR. HAGELTHORN. Melbourne, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
I(MMIGRATION POLICY.. DEFENDED BY ML, HIAGELTHQR . Melbourne,) 27th. January. Mr.- Hagelthorn, referring' 'to-dayj: to. Mr.. El?islie's criticisms, at the;A.N;A. luncheon regarding immigration, said that they d s" closedl nothing new in the. attitude of the. 'Laborl. arty oen this matter. The Govern nient frankly recognised that land settle ment in' Victoria was not proceeding rapidly enough,' and, it would be d&l!ghted to' secure in our immigrants a larger per centage of land settlers, but it was not prepared to admit that land settlers were the only immigrants that Victoria wanted. ,He thought Mr. Elmslie was a great deal wide of the facts. It was true that about 14,000 assisted immigrants arrived in Vic toria last year, but not correct to say that 115 of; them settled on Victorian land. The actual n timber of blocks sold by the. Go vernment was 150, but most of the settlers were accompanied' by their wives and fainilies. It was reasonable therefore 're::to say that at lea...
POULTRY NOTES. HINTS FOR POULTRY-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
POULTRY NOTES. (By "Feather,") HINTS FOR POULT'lY-KEEPLE'IS. To prevent disease, keep everything in a clean condition, and supply suitable' quar ters for the poultry. A. watery aLpearan>e in the eyes is a sure sign of roup Keep a good remedy on hand Indian and Old English Game. are splen did for table purposes, ald suitable ftr crossing with: other breeds. Turkeys are profitable if reared proper ly. Tho turkey requires plenty of room. Indian runner ducks should be found in every spare corner. They are great layers, very free from. disease and require less housing aixd- fencing than fowls. Grit and, charcoal are essential. Fowls dio in summer through drinking water which has had the sun shining on it. Dig up the poultry runs, and supply fresh scratching material in the houses. Sow catch crops now for winter use. It is time to be getting new blood for, the coming season. Advertise stock and eggs for sale in the "Advertiser": and "Bendigonian." •When starting with poultry, see that ...
DOMINIONS COMMISSION. FURTHER DETAILS OF REPORT. LONDON, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
DOMINIONS (OMMISSION. FURTHER DETAILS OF REPORT. LONDON, 28th January. The report &lt;,f the Dominions Commission . says it was deeply impressed throug'hout 2 Australasia by the desire of all. classes to deal with the British Empire rather than foreign nations, not only in regard to tariff ureference, but clear pre=erence based on sentiment and i atriotismin. Discussing cunigration, the report says labor-saving ,iachinery is much more used in agriculture is Austraiia and New Zca land than in Europe. The best age for im migeration is 16 to 24. Town-bred youths did better under the new environment than the rustics. 'ihere is a strong undercur rcent of opposition in Australia and New Zealand to immigration, particularly amongst. urban wage-earLers and artisans, who regard immigration as likely to in crease competition in skilled labor mar kets. The commission believes t:.at the hos tility arose mainly from the present defec tive nature of the immigration system. The commission ...