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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
" . ."'"'- THE BRASIER-BRADY WEDD)ING PI\RTY. -- ' \The Bridegroom Tile Bride .. " \ (Mr. Thomas Brasier). (MiN s WVimiie Brady). (Bartlett Bros.' photo) A* *''oQ' '" , Brte rs h THIE MOYLAN--ELLLY WVEIDlNG PAIRTY. ThIe Bridc-ronom The Bride ( [r. A.' J; M1Toylan). (Mttiks KLitty Rely). (Vincnt Kelly Pjhoto.) TE MAYOR ND AYOPS (Cr. :. Mrs. I). ndrvw' Clo 1ARI'SSES CRNIVV, AND (SOME OF T obiE PsRFOphotoER AT THEfl ANDRI'E\V CIIARI'l CARNIVAL (\'. i1. Robinson, photo.)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
Supremacy ! In Corsetry! After much tribulation of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinclie note in dress II have Jound the . haven of satis-action is only at rained by wearing French No other make is possible to the rwoman who seeks the true .fashion note of French Corsetierres are the only authoritative style creators-they have too much originality to imitate, as they are imi -4 tlted b?y less experienced makers. The finest French Corsets are the world famous B Royal ? I Rustless Cormets. BEVAN AND MARTYN, / TRAVELLINO PIOTOGRAPtHERS, ARE PREPARED TO VISIT ALL COUNTRY" C]ENTREB SOUNTRY WF.DDINGS A SEPECIALITY. PE?RMANENT ADDRE88 1Su Vpew.streem, B ,ndig, -% In-rer ,. Afe uhtrblto Frnc CosVersae0 th ol auhrti ve 0 stye ceaorsthe hveot to uhoiinlt o0 imtae asteyae im tae byls eprene . maes h iet0 Frnc Cost rete wol faos 0 V0 Roa - 10
AWFUL SHIPPING DISASTER. FORTY-NINE LIVES LOST. NEW YORK, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
AWEUL SHIPPING DISASTER - FOfRTYNINI. LIVES LOST NE\} YORlK, .30ti. Jd anuitarl Ne?ws : of.:n appallin; sllipiing disiascr in the i athfitieh s een onveyed :to IN. ew bYork by wi eless Tio .Mierclvints' imd .? iners' SliPping Coitj: liny's stlciaTi itu tuid:kc ollidetd w:with th .; s w llMi oc. utl\vi the resulOt tlai z the lattier v essel, l sn'lik ? itii.e s'~ ie itlinu 1iRf uiniriutes .of being stirticlk. 5 It appe hs thatit theldisast?, ccul red fi the wl'liinter Quitior light'il ip 't'lie Moniocii fiti saitrclk aidshlips ll-?y ili N .nlitickiit d. Itit' the M1l.ht. Tlihe two iessels b:Ldiliie loltikl fl'i : ,few iamites, but the Niinr tI,!ket then stagg'rei d (ifiak, and- tutrnid ifer: searchllight on the ."Monroc. St weli; ere 54 iasseigei:s ::aboaIrd: the 1ill: fateed st:ealier. w?hich carried cie v of h - h l'ien thl Moni?onc:e wvs u ppiied e op :, many L.;many-e.on thle majoriity of noito iin c :e i1 ' ticir miiuht clothes, felt into tme :i mter: i;eaost of thosen - abQ ock...
SUFFERING CONSTABLE'S SUICIDE. MOUNTED-CONSTABLE ALLIS. KANGAROO FLAT SENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
SUFFERING CONSTABLE'S SUICIDE. MOuNTED-CONSTABLiE ALLIS. KANGAROO FLAT SENSATION.. S tOn Saturday morninr Mounted-constable Allis. of :Kaingaroo Flat, conimnitted.1 ssiciile in a most determinied: inanne by: shootinu himself with the regillation: service revolvce' at the Kangaroo Flat police station. -,For. many years past deceased hadd suffered from a most Iainful and incurable imalady which affected his face, aiid at times caused in tense agony. Despairing of obtaining ri. "lief, he evidently deteirmined to end. his sufferinvs by taking his opwn life., Mounted-constable Allis iwas 58 years ot a,,e, and liad beeni a niember ,of. the Vic .torian police fo:ce for 33 3.years. Had he resigncd before comiiitting the rash act or remained in the force 'for, another-two years he would have been entitled to re. tiare and draw .. substantial pensioni. The lecolsed olfficr was w. ell kuowlu through onl. the .oudigoa district and other .partL .or Victoria, -and. was - well respect od. lie wis ...
AGRICULTURAL MANURES. NITROGENOUS DEPOSIT FOUND. NEW VICTORIAN INDUSTRY. COMPANY BEING FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
AGihlULTUR.AL MANURES. NITROGENOUS D1)EPOSIT FOUND. NEW VICTORIAN INDUSTRY. COMPANY BEING FOMED). (By Our Special Reporter.) With the passing years users of super phosphates are becoming more and more apprehensive as to the effect that class of nmanure is having on their lands. At the start farmers regarded superphosphate as their economic saviour, but looking upon some of their paddocks to-day they are re vising many of their early and sanguina opinions. As a rule, the ground is becom ing harder and more difficult to work, and many are speculating as to the ultimate result. It is generally conceded that super phosphate not only fails to give permanent nuanurial benefits to the soil, but that ite use becomes as chronic as the drug habi..- . in a way of speaking, the tiring land is whipped into activity by the superphos }hate drug. The absence of nitrogen, and the depsii. tion.of acids, is the problem that is facing the wheatgrower, and the other users of superphosphates and such-lik...
BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. º.r About 42 trucks of sheen and lambs came forward for yesterday's sale, which was a lighter supply than that of last week, the proportion of sheep being 28 trucks, which; '" with the addition of sonime road lots, madeo ::the total approximately 4500. .The penning, so far as quality was con cerned, was only moderate, but it was slight ly better than the sheep presented at .lasbt week's market. Medium and useful quality stock "predominated, crossbredis principally i.:with occasional pens of prime wethers and 0odd lots of decent owes. The yarding also included : a few lines of merino wethers; ranging from -useful to good sorts. ::In additioii to the usual good attendance of ? local and outside" bistcliers, two Melbourne export .:firnis were represented. All the best descriptions; f sheep'" were' sold at the private sales,. .but' a largepercentage of the yarding, mainly .n middlii' `sorts;a, remained over for auctioni. For thei best descriptioris of sheep sold' p...
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET, ETC. Bendigo, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
,W HEAT,' AND CEREAL MARKIET, ETC. Bendigo, 2nd February. ITlhere wbas no movement in the wheat. -nia iet to da?, and the cereal was firm at 3/3 perbibushel. Potatoes and onions were steady .at:late rates. The supply is good, iand ._th demand strong. As previously an n:ouncedtlhe haymarket has been closed until neXt'`;i Monday on account of the local -agents having decided to take .a week's holiday. 'We quote:-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton ;.'wheaten,. £2 per ton; "vheat, 3/3k per iushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel; straw, 30/ pei rton; flour, £8/5/ ton; bran, £4/10/ per .ton? pollard, £4/15/ per ton; Cape barley. 3/5 per bushel; new potatoes, Carmnens. £5/101 to £6 per' ton; Pinkeyes, £4/101 to £5 per tou;.. neow onions, Globes, £8 to £8/10/ per ton. SMr. W. Cowling reports:--Wheaten rhea es, £2. per ton; oaten, £2 per ton; straw, 30/ per ton; wheat, 3/34 per bushel; Cape barley, '3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel. Messrs. Jones, Miller and Co. report: ;New, potatoes, Carmens, £5/l10...
13,000,000 JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
13,000,00U JeTws c. Accordinr to the "Jewish Chronicle," the Rev. Isidore Harris. J.A., in the forth-; coiming issue of the "Jewish Year, Book," states that the nmunber of Jews in the world is now 13.032,816, made , up as follows .- Eut ae, 9,950,175; A sia. 484,359; Africa, 404,836; Amnerica. 2.194,061; Australasia, 19,415. . _ _:_ Perseverance has amazing results. It pro duces such effects that men have almost agreed that even genius is only the faculty of taking infinite pains. The young man who decides to be a determined, hard, constant. worker. and holds to that decision, will in. the end break through every hindrance, for that is the rule o flife. "Perseverance conquers all things."
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
FARM AND DAIRY P'PRODUCE MARKrET. Bendigo, 31st January.. Thle market durinr tlhe 'week :was ii a.: rather u:nsettled conldition owing ? to. thie-- hot weather, a quantity of .stuiff arriving. .in 'a: heateod condition. ` Prime factory butteri?that cold ::be freely: handled sold at l11d to lld, with :several. Gippsland factory brancls- up-, to 1/ pcir lb. Secondary linc? quitted at 9d to 10d.. Separator butter in good condi-. tion brouiht 10d to =lid per lb., and -dairy butter -8d -to : 9d; heated and out-of-coridi tion lots `beiiig lower. The egg market was erratic. On Thursday .eggs sold at 7d' to 7-½d per dozen, and on Saturday the market had a' wide range,: prime guaranteed lines bringing d .to 93d, and mixed and store keeper'" lots- 8d to 9d pen dozen. It is an ticipated -that the market will Fettle down next week, and° be -firm at 9d to 10d per dozen.'-Cheese was a little firmer than last week,'. prinie new cheese selling at 6d to 61d per lb., and matured at 7d .to 71d per lbh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
IBe digo's Prenier Drapery Store, CATERS FOR THE NEEDS OF TiHE WHOLE , YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND: IENDERSON'S NORTHERN AREA, TO BE FROM ALL POINTS OF 'THE THE THE STOREHOUSE OF DEPEND COMPASS ORDERS FLOW IN. ABLE MVIERCHANDISE. We try OUR PERFECT MAIL ORDER ....EAT to MAKE EVERY VISITOR a SYS CEM MAKES THE BEEHIVE FRIEND and REGULAR, PER POSSESS what is VIRTUALLY , ECONOMICAL MANENT PATRON. - A BRANCH IN EVERY BUYING ONCE a Customer--ALWAYS TOWN. a Customer. S WRITE to HENDERSON'S for HEADQUARTERS The.whole of our Store-Modern in ' .PATTERNS or QUOTATIONS REMODELLED its Equipment, Thorough in its Pro DON'IT BE AFRAID TO EM DELLED , gressive Policy, . Popular , in, its -- TROUBLE US. Prices-is at your disposal. RESTOCKED, Our FURNITURE STOCK 7Fashion Lines from, all the Our DRAPERY STOCK MODERNISED. WVorld's Centres. ,- IS EXPERT MILLINERS. TALENTED DRESSMAKERS. ABSOLUTELY TIHE BEST. PROFESSIONAL COSTUMIERS. enderso ,Bendg THE FAMOUS BEEHIVE. .." N IBanlgo __duertlser" THE BEST PROVINCIAL...
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE/ MARKET. -: ::* -iBendigo, 631st January ' Fruit?: and 'vegetables were. well :supplied this mornhing; ariad the demand-' was good.: Tomatoes wcrd. very plentiful, and prices had ta furthibr /ifall. Bananas weere in good, re-: quest at, late 'ratcs.; :Peaches w ere, -scaice, and best ' qluality Ilots .realised :higlh :-prices : ihe rates "beiiig :abov'e those'; iuling at :the mid-i week: market.: Williais's Boni. Cretian eat, ing pears also met with_ ati strong; demand. at high prices. 4Apples e were if anythinig slight ly weaker. .Grapes ".re rather 'scarce, :rand quotationls continue high; Pineapples 'were fairly -cheap .: Th'e first 1 rock: : and .water melons 'for :the seasonr were to hand," aind they; soldd at l.the satisfactory sprice of 9/ :to" 12/ pe. .ozen. The vegetable market dis playod: little- 'alteration of note, priices :being. steady. 'Tho supily was good. Messrs.-Goddcard and Cahill report -Fiji bainarias, :lt/t:12/ per case; Queensland do., 12/6...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
Special. COnlm oni vealth -31an1 of Australia HEAD OFFICE -;? e SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, IBrisblne, Rockhanipton, Townsville, anid London. Cable remittances nadie to, and drafts dr.awn on foreign places direct. Forei-gn bills negotiated and collecteod. Letter.~ of credit is,,ed to any part of the world. 1il1s negotiated or forwarded for collection. li:nuing and ltel'hange blusiness of every detcription transacted within the Commion-l wealth, United in.d: doi an a abroad. COurrent accounts opened. Intcrest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made aganis? a!,proved seculrities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT SVictorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. . Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Olfices throughout tlhe Commonwealth.. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at an...
OUR MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
OUR MINES. .: In several instances the gold returns last .week, which totalled 3755oz. 12dwt., showed -a-? good ,improvement. Conspicuous amongst the principal contributors was Johnson's 'Reef with 298oz. 14dwt. New Chum Gold fields followed closely with 275oz. 14dwt., and Golden Pyke filled, third place with 268oz. Otihe good retuirns were:-South Now Moon, 245oz. 12dwt.; Great Extended Hustler's, 221oz. 12dwt.; Tronbark, 155oz. 5dwt.; Lansell's Little 180. 1-r7oz. Sdwt.; Lansell's North. Red White and Blue, 130 oz.; Carlisle, 117oz. 14dwt.; Great Northern, 113oz. 8dwt.; United Hustler's and Redan, .12oz., and Virginia 104oz. 15dwt. Two dividends were declared, iamely, -Golden Pyke, 1/ (£14.00) and United Hustler's and R edan, 6d (£1078/5/). AonicuravLTuuA EDbucATroX.-Headmastecs of Agricultiural High Schools conferred on Tiuesday w;fth I r. Tate, Director of Ed-tt cation, and Dr. Canmeron, Director of Agri culture. Mr. 3'ichardson, Superintendent of kAgriculture, was also present. ...
POLICE PRECAUTIONS. Melbourne, 30th January [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
POLICE 3?RECAUTIONS. Melbourne, 30th January '3caiiiigi ni mind ;the serious ?iistake that 'ai siif made by the', irest" it?Oic o f an-: innocent m'llinw'ýho> .was supposed to be Spaiks, the h ifay roblieri: tlihe details of whicitr arrest ee aunkiinowu to 'th Chief Comimissionieier oft Police M i= G . Sains buiry hs -deecidld thitini futuire all izmatters i elitino' to ,ariest' on catsiaditin iiin cases of the kiind shiiould be biiought undei iis notice so that ie may 'be, able to per soiiinally satisfy liiseif :t-hat iino recurrenice of I it i Omeoblindei. shall tiiake plifice tramie .: ind :,on a; ferry 'boat "in Sydney. Tliis :niforinatin 'u? s. communicated to the Chief Co6minmiinssione;i who- went ;to. Bendigo, aiild saftei: conferiii with ..Superintendent', E Dungey, -satisfied Huimself, that Ley izldts a'urnest :s.hoMld be nade ininediately.? De:ective OiCuie ??who : inew Leypoldt, was 'voen several w~eeks leive of absence ini r?le to: "go ?to `Sydney a Id make the ar rei...
A GREAT CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
A'_' GRE:AT CAREER. nalodd S-Smitlh-Lord Stiathcona, a sinigle individuality representing an evoi :tioin as- amazing in its national. as in: its person'al development. - The ihyphen short C as it is, covers nearly a century of years, ibut a .process of colonial and imperiial ex lpansion suc ais icaninoft be stimated b time alone. Whenii onald Smitih lidcd in British North America in the year 1839 Sold,, his oily, icapita :grit, ch aracte iad s:hriewdaess much more enduraible thani ounids, shillings, and 'pence. Th country :wvas as raw as himself, but crowded.~ it iun?inpwn ? potentialities. Thie Hi dson's Bay :Compainy v;as; exploitin ;the Atlantic p vinces for furs and othe aniiala products :obtaincd by Indian? a End Eskimo I .hunters but Columbia, Manitoba,: Saskatchew an, ,an6d otiheri nortll-westW regions were great lon Fland practic'ally unknown, and u- disturbed. When Lord -Strathcoiip .par&sedi! formation had: talken place in t:lhe fortunes of himself and his country....
EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
EAGLEHAWK. lYetierday . week the pupils of. Mr. SFtan Elliott assecmbled at his. ': esidence, oegleg-road, and presented hiinma:ith: a. htandsomile gold niedal; siiitably ?inscribed, "as a -token of esteem. rThe. piesentaition a.ivs made by Miss Violet lHarvey: Tlr prevalence of 'the start .thitle: inll the borough was referred;: to at the meetiing of 'the local lbriCtinch:f the A,~ A.' Thursday by Mr W\\. Santiinon who imoived that the[ borough council be written to. itnd urged to tako steps to rid the brough of _ the pest; 'T'he niotion w~as seconded by .:Mr.i- V.. C(apel, and carried unannimously. \ comlfortable house containing five :oomnis ,iid: a bathroom, owned aniiid ,ocupied; by Mr. ',A. .M'Dowell, and situated iii Caldi cll's -road,` wis, togetherl with its contents, 'totally.: de stiroyel by fire Thui'sdlay afternioon at .5 o clok, Miss E1unice M'Dowell, who livas thi ;only occupant of the house at the timie, was ;ienggced ironing clothes, and having occasion Lo rbeplenis...
SLIT SKIRTS. FOOT RULES APPLIED TO LEGS. NEW YORK, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
SLIT SKIRTS. FOOT ::IRULES APPLIED TO LI.S. 'NI&W YORK, 31st January..'; Policemen nat, Middleborough,.' M-assacliu?i. ;setts, .haive :been p ovided ,with .=two-foot .tiules with :which to meiasure the lenghli -of. slits in the skirts ..worn: by. wonieii ni the stireets It: has been dccreed by ::tlie: a'uthorities thati the inaximumin enrgth of leg ,that? it is: Sjermissible for womeniori to showm :is 15inl. Constables armed : ?it vtwo foot rules . have. been. senit out to.diatrol the :streets _ to see that,:' tlhis regulatio? i= observed. Thie~y are gieatly embarrassed by tleir dtuties