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BUSTLE BEING BOOMED. LONDON, 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
BUSTLE BENI. BOOMi)ED. TLONDON 31st January. Wi?i?sl Enid buycis ,are returningg to Loi do afteri:studyin :the springa faslions: in 3Paris . 'Thi y :declare that the slashed skirti i doomed Sh:opbs ii Oxford~street are attemptiung to reintroduce buitles. :.- : To appreciate the mediaeal .tiinmes, you must fill: your imniid with noise.: You must also:' fill your mind :,with dirt, -.fort .they wereo very :dirty times. There was a corner' in every street whlich wivas filled v with irubbish:. andi people said ..that sort: of: thling was good enoigh' for their fathers,, and therefore was good. enough for them.: The reason they lived: at all was that theirs was very much a life in the open air.-Canon M'tasterman. -? ? ?:--I II I iIl l i ii Mi I i ,P
ROCHESTER CO-OPERATIVE BUTTER COMPANY. Rochester, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
ROCHESTER CO.OPERATIVE BUTTER COMP. NY. Rochester, 30th January. The opening ceremony of the Rochester Co-operative Butter and Canning Co.'s nefw factory was performed at Rochester this afternoon. There was a large attendance rof suppliers and townsmen, fully 200 peoplo being present, amongst the number being Messrs. Hlutchinson, M.L.A. (Minister for Agriculture) and Il. M'Kenzie, M.L.A. Mr. Fidge, chairman of directors, intro duced Mr. lHutchinson, and in doing so congratulated him on his recent decisive victory in his constituency. He also con. aratulated Mr. M'Kenzie on his recovery, and hoped to again sec him a member of the Ministry. (Applause.) Apologies were then, read from several gentlemen, including Mr. Elwood Mead, for non-attendance. After the toast of the. King had been honored and the National Anthem sung. Mr. Cheetham proposed the toast ,of Par liament. HIe said he could not, say too much of the work Mr. M'Kenzie had done, as Minister -for Lands. In ,regard to the pre...
INGLEWOOD CATHOLIC SPORTS. SUCCESSFUL MEETING. Inglewood, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
INGLE WOOD CATHOLIC SPORTS, SUCCESSFUL MEETING. . Inglewood, 29th January. T'Jhe anntial race meeting and sports. iin aid' of the Roman Catholic Church build ing fund was held inl the Public" Park: yes. teirday, and thoug'h the attendance' of tli public. was not quite uilp to that of former years, -:they -entries. for the various events were good, and on the whole the meetinhg Was ' a successful one. The various offi cials attended. to their respective duties:: iin a creditable .manner, the result being that everything -passed off smoothly. Soie :good racing was: witnessed, and contrary to the usual. custom ..at meetings of this [kind, there were no protests. Mr. F. E. .Iloran and Mr. .P. Jones acted as joint secretaries, and :were' courteous and oblig-. ingi in, the carryiing out of their onerous duties. Among the maily others - who ren dered valuable -assistance were Messrs. ~W, Tatchell. A.. Nixon, A. Jennings, P. Dlaniel, J. Dwyer, . J. Manthorpe, F. Jennings, J. ',Turpie T. J. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
£IORDON SYSTEM 'OF HOUSING PFOUL "T. . TRY. In this progi essive age it bepomes impera tive thtit labor-saving appliances be employed, not only in industries other than poultry, but •in the poultry business itself. Just think for one moment, the bi increase in income one mian can Make by attending 10,000 birds him self under amy system, when previously he could barely give proper care and attention to 1000. My system, by solving tile labo6i prob. loinm, has come to stay. Full particulars Free. on application t6 W. E. BURRIDGE, BEEHIYE EXCHANGE, BENDIGO, Or S F. E. A. GORDON, BOX 1164, G.P.O.. MELBOURNE.
WATER SUPPLY LOAN APPLICATION BILL. PROPOSED EXPENDITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
WATER SUPPLY LO.AN APPLICATION BILL. IPROPOSED EXPENDITTIJRE. This bill was. read- a second =time in thc Legislative Assenibly on W:edncsday. The following items appear amongst the amiounts ]proposed to be spent .under the. bill;. Ia many: cases they represeclnt unexpended bal. anccs: oni the schemes' mentioned:,- Avoca. W ater Trust, :weir_ channels ' anid: storage ...... ... ... ... ..... 2?037 Chailto:n . Water Trust, service: basin, etc............... 1,1 Echusiv Borough Trust, p umnpingl " plant, evelated ,talnk and .piping??. 15'50) L?eraig Watecr Trust, pipe 1unams... 21t Py?ralid I-Iill' Trust .pumping plant 300 o ochcster: Tr.ist, olevated tanks and :: . additions to pipe main .. 2,75; Sw?an Hihli liu-t,' pu':u nping planit,; and l?p ... ... ... ...-.. .. . 1,80 ... Kow?, Swamp T'rst, new work 1.i000: Loddon "nd A\oca . ... 20. Loddoii .Rive~ i .Trist, he td -vorks ::.. 5 Torruinbari y ei,..for supply of K erang, Colhun. -and Koondrook distiicts. 10 000 W ai uga c ?cservoi ...
ROCHESTER'S SANITARY CONDITION. Rochester, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
ROCHESTER'S S iI VARY CONDITION. Rochester, 29th January. A copy of the report by Inspector MI. Roche, of the Board of Health, was read at the meeting of the Rochester Shire Coun. cil to-day:--"On the 16th inst. 1 again visited Rochester, and found that an up. to-date system of stireet drainage had been laid down, and that the cattle yards had been placed ,n a sanitary condition. Very little improvement, however, has been made in the other insanitary conditions reported by me on the 12/7/11; the pan service and defective closets being still a very insaui tarv. feature. The*- slaughter-house occu pied by: M'Aleer I again found in -an in sanitary condition, the rough w"ood slab floor being caked with- blood, and, owina to 'defective construction, a larlge area oe the ground surfdce in front of the killing pen was polluted by blood and filih. The rough a.:slab wall was dirty, the lower ror tion being caked with blood., There was also' an acduniulation of paunch contents, while refuse m...
RACE FOR A LIFE. MOBS BEAT MILITIA. NEGRO LYNCHED IN CAROLINA. NEW YORK, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
RACE FOR A. LIFE. MOBS BEAT MILITIA. NEG'O LYNCHED IN CAROLINA. NEW YOI~, 27th January . Raleigh, a. cottonl-growing centre in .North Carolina, has been the scene of a lynching outrage. l It becinuo known that a ? plot was afoot to lynch "Jim" Wilson, a negro, .who .was confined' in - the local gaol awaiting" trial for the murcer of a white woman.. Ac. cordingly the authorities. despatched a body of State? militia to guard the prisoner. The mnob, however,' anticipated this step, and p1roceeded at the double to the gaol, which they reached well befoi'e the' militia. The .inlhappy negro--was. seized and hanged on a tree nearby, where his corpse was riddled with bullets by the lynchers. I am profoundly convinced that unlees we take serious oction in regard to .ceduca tion, uiad plrticularlyT-in respect to tlho training of our future workmen, in the courso of fifteen years this country will l:ave dropped behind other nations which nre already taking' that action. It is not that- we ar4 ...
WHEAT TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
WHEAT TRAFFIC. According to the return from the various stations in the northern areas in con nection with the wheat traffic, there' were 85,132 bags of wheat stacked at the Rochester station on Friday, and 70,000 bags stacked at Charlton. Other stations had large quantities of grain stacked. The number of bags .loaded was ;very smniali. The following, table gives- the details of the number of bags loaded on -Friday and thie number of bags stacked at the different sta tions on the same`. day: - Bags---- r Loaded. Stacked. Leichardt 1743. Bridgewater ....... ...: .:., ' 120 : Inclewood... ,.. ;.4:... :56 ' 300 Kurtine .. ... 112 100 clenalbyn ... .. . ...-- 400 WVedderburn Junction; .,!... 1::::;120 :.200 Wedderburn ...... ? .. . 900 15,000 Koron_ Mile .. . 175 4000 Wycliitella . 6. . ... '660. 14;500 Biokiabanyule' : . . 120 -- 19,700 - .Barrakee .-. . :? - 151400 -Ciharlton ... . ... :.. 780 70,000 Teddywaddy . .. .. 180 2640 ,Glenloth ... . . .. 240 21,000 'Wycheproof . '... 300 4...
PICTURES FROM THE ROCHESTER IRRIGATION DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
PICTURES FROM THE IROCHESTER IRRIGATION DISTR1C T. Silos are not in such general use in the Rochester irrigation district as one would think. The brick structure shownv in our illustration was.built of sun-baked bricks,. made on the sliot, and- is capable \of storing a large supply of fodder in its -most suc culent form. n111 the Wyuna latitu:les silos A CI ANN1 EL ý'],\I ATvr J3AL'LENELLA. (1E Arthr Shields. photo.) SILO ON :IIn. HIUON'S iPTOCK, BAMAW\IMhr (I1. Arthur Shields, photo.) - b·-- ~-. a"e in more general itse. This is the first of its kind crect ed t J.3amaiaWnm, ~id is codnseucent1ly somethin? of a curiosity, In the Rochester irrigatioin iarets the lucerne paddocks re provitig a revelation, even to the most optimistic, as to tlie dis triit's capabalities inw this direction;' iinde'i the aegis of irigation sensibly applied. The settlers have yet much to learn in' the matter of effective waterini and harvesting of their fodder crops, but experience is cominll as time pass...
STATE SCHOLARSHIPS. EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
' i STATE SCHOft RS 1iPS. EXAMINATION RESULTS. TlIe result of the ainnual competitivk ex am:- ination held o4l Tuesday, 16th December, 1913, for the scholarships granted by the :::Ed~ucatioin. department has now been made available. Amongst the successful candi dates were the following: Ordinary :Scholarships, under R?egula .. tion.-. XXI. 1 (a). -- State elementary school. with an average attendance of 150 or over.-Edward B. Hands. 877, Bendigo, 556: Reginald R. Kedge, 877, Bendigo, 541. Successful Candidates for Ordinary Scho, larships,. open to Tupils of State . District, High and Higher Elementary Schools, under Regulation XXI., 1 (c).-Alexander i'Don ell, Mildura High. School, 630: .1arjorie I. Ramsay, Castlemaine High. School;. 458; Alan J. DIennort, Kyabram;:, Higher Ele mentaryv School, 4.56b; Lorimer. M'Whirter, Bendigo High School, 455.: Successful.. :Candidate -.for: Agriculture, Minine and Veterinar:y Scholarships (State :.:Eleiientaiy Schlsool with- an :=aveiage; atten ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
YOK;AI fAY REST ASSU4ED that Beecharn's Pills wil: be of great service to you if your stomach is out of order or your liver is sluggish. The conditions of life in these days are sostrenuous that . nearly everybody is at times, overtaken by various derangements of the digestive organs. Even the strongest and healtiiest occasionally require a little corrective : medicine. It is worth renmemrbering that thousands of people have proved that:. speedily exert a curative effect t:pon the disturbed organs and restore them to their 2 normal healthy state. This p!.;;,did prepar4tion has a world-wide reputation for "' Srlieving the ailments arising from stomach and liver and kidney disorders, such ais languor, -'depression, flatulence, constipation, biliousness, headache, etc. , :f you have any such symptoms, take Beecham's Pills and, depend upon it, they Sold ererywhcre in boxes, price ]Oid. (36 pills) !/11 (56 pills) & 2/9 (168 pi?ls). The A DELIGHTFUL SOUVENiR: ,do i X S1EASONABLE G...
A CHILD'S HOLIDAY OVERALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
A CHIILI)'S ::HOLIDAY OVERALL;. 1 ei.: : is ?i;ver.y desiiable little g aimeni t indeed foif?t:lie sinalll .ir]'s?icountry hbliday;, andi: the '.lttein: should have 'a slroiig ap e: al foir the 2motleir of' :a.family?It is a thoiouclily tlsoful: overall;: and is mean; :to :be ffashioned. in idark bliue linen TIho trim ahing consists of brown holland embroideries -worke: in rcdaand blie. The kilting ati the back niakes it free anud comfortable wear for the child rompsling on the sands or in the fields, and the loiv neck is delightfully cool.
LEICHARDT. 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
LEICHARDT. 29th January. Grain carting.-to the Leichardt railway station still continues; and. over 10,000 bags have beeni seit away by train.i. There is keeni cornpetitin between the' wheat buyers, but many farmners are storing their grain in anticipation of i rise in price. Mr. G. Smith's threshing plant has been kept very busy, and the hum of the threshing machine will be heard for some weeks yet, as a lot of wheat and oats was cut for threshing. Mr. D. Smith's oats went l~ bags to' the acre. The long dry spell -of weather is the cause of a shortage of water, but- wells are numerous and good water can be .htaincd from them.
MALDON. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
MALDON. 26th Jan?,nry. The: outlookL in :coinection wvitli the local w:-t-er supply-is bcoumin?, very serious.l3otlh reservoirs have only about 2ft. of water jin henim, q.nd l;esi(1unt. in the higher por. tionn of the town find it difficult to obtuai any water at all. If rain does noet fall shortly ;t will mean that Obwald's mine will have to tenpm.rarily ruspencd cplrati inz. A !larke .'euicmiint f :it * i has fccimnalttatcd inl the; reservoiris, I:cth -- f which_ a-re lict la.go enough to zu;p!y the wants of resi dents. 'Thie water supply of Maldon has occupied the attention of residents and the Shire Co'uncil for very many year., but still thoy are as badly off as ever, What is : wanted is a pucich' arger main or 1 reuset o 0:1-irof greater capacity.. Owing to the extensive alterations to the Maidon State School being in piiogress, thd building was ' not. ready fori the i'children wh . en tlhey assembled on. Tuesday morning.. Tlioh head teacher "Wired to the' department . for ins...
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. BERLIN, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
GENERAL CABLE NEWS. BERLIN, 28th January. The Australiaun lag was hoisted over the Commonwealth Trade Commissioner's Office on the occasion of the Kaiscr's birthday. This is the first time that the Australian flali as been displayed in Germany. PARIS, 27th January. A daring crime was successfully per petrated last night at Monaco (inl the little principality of the same name). By de mnolishng a wall, a gang of burglars gained access to a jeweller's shop, and stole £6000 worth of jewels. The thieves made their.-escape in a motor car. LONDON, 29th January. The efforts made by the battleship Ex. mouth to raise the submarine A7 by means of steel hawsers have failed. The little vessel, therefore, sill remains firmly em bedded. in the mud at the bottom of Whitesand Harbor. OTTAWA, 30th January. Mr. W. H. Taft, formerly President of the United States, speaking at the Empire Club, Toronto, said that but for British en terprise, courage, and sense of responsi bility in governing other races,...
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND. DAUGHTERS (B3y MADAME ROSE.) A CHIIAMING :CREPON GOWN. WVhat could be. more becoming, and yet as useful, as the really delightful little. model realised , in. simiile white crepon, and possessinm? one of the newest varieties of the dirapced tunic? A very. smart effect is produced by :the?: stole ervers, of orchid. `i._.:urileo satin, finishing below the waist with fringed ends. The waistband is also of S Dutrplc. satin, and there is. a very dainty:. -Medici collar and ves.fr-of cream lace. Tihe ma:'srt little :chajeair uis of ;white sti i,i and iias i full ciron `of purple vel v; i'd ohone tall .mauve iis eirectcdt pllume-lik?e -ini: ;the front
KOONDROOK. 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
b KOONDROOK. oin 26th- Tanuafy. A:b.:bush` fire broke out on Sinday- mor il on i-the pi)opert. of :Mr. W\. Harxis,.on the '-Barham' side of the river. The: out break 'commenced early :in the morning, and burned fiercely until rwello into thl? night, when- a thunderstorm extinguislied._ the flames. A nuantity of timber, grass and scrub was destioyed.
GOORNONG. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
GOORNONG. - '28th Jauuary,. Swo workmen on Blellholme E]state, SMesisrs. 'Long and Youla, had an exciting exnerieuce on Tuesday with a large snaky:. They were erecting a fence when they noticed the' reptile underneath the cart, ,.close by the horse's heels. Before a stick could be procured the horse moved on, and the: wheel passed over the snake's tail, which caused it to wrigelo away. Mr. Lo?nf gave chase with a stick, which was iather rotten, and sinapped off while him i.n 'a blow. The snake beat a hasty ie. trieat into a shallow opening in the groutnd. :Metnwlhilo a fresh stick was lbrought to desuatcth the ra,;tile, also two dogs--one a fox-terrier which only a f_-r minutes before had ieabcuntte for a large iguana. The dog began to bite the- snake, which even. tually sprang some distance but of the hole. A well-directed blow from Mr. Long ended the excitement. About an hour afterwards the- brave little dog showed signs of drowsi ness, frothed *tt Ie minouth, and then lapsed iint...
INGLEWOOD. 31st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
I NGLEWOOD. 31st January. There is a great want of interest on the part of the subscribers to the MiCchanics' Institute aidc Free Library. in the. welfare - :of the institution as shown by te: meagre altteTdituce at' thi annual. meeting. called for last evening, Orily four sunlJsribers :.ttended, andI- this .-not constitutinig a iiuorum, th nieceting had to be adjouirned. The same lack of intircest. ws caperienccd last year. The annual distribution of prizes 'in. connection with St,- Augustine's (Anglican) Sunday School took place Inst nigit. The preseutations wero made by the vicar (Rev. C. A. Grant) in the presence .of. a number of imreints and friends. Special. prizes, dolpaced by MIrs. J. C. Morrow,; M.rs Tivey, Miss Gibbon, and Mr. F. :Symonds,: were. won by Lexie Body, Amy Willsmore, and 0. Parker.
ELMORE. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914
ELMORE. 28th January. ? 1 'he annual meeting of, subscribers to the -Elmore Fere- Library was held last evening, :wien Mr. Jas. Marks, presided over a fair attendance. The report and. financial state Sinent showed the institute to be in healthy ,coindition. The principal receipts were £4-21 5/ from billiards and £32 from imembers subscriptious. Salaries and maintenance Sabsorbed £45. whilht books (;£1./6(/) and re ,pairs to billiard table (£8/10]) were the other principal items of expenditure. Tie' b alance in hand is .£8/7/6. Amongst thoi officers appointed for -thie (aisuing year were :President, i Mr. as. iMarks; vire-: plresident, Mr H. Ilimstedt; lion. trcasurer, Mr.:-R. Ileynolts; hon.. scpretary, Mr. ;,.. J.. Rdorers. :i, " :": . ;30th January. : r:lhe reports appeari , in these colinins from time0 to tine, of the quantities; of :hlait lying at the various railway stations sebmor. to be misunderstood in some quar ;tei. inuasmmnch as the figures quoted are .tniken as represent...