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FOSTERVILLE. 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FOSTEfrVILLE; S- 29th January. ' inncly, of Daley's Iill, while ili t s bittcn by a black snake dur ing L night. The wwound. was: imrncdiately scarified and sucked,; and a ligature ap i)licd. At 3 a.m. she was conveyed to fDr.l Rockctt's suirgery at Bendigo, wherc. fur ther reecdies were applied, and Mrs. .Con .Illyv. waa soon pronobunced out 'of danger.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLEGE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. The Property of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria. Establish in 1875. Principal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A., B.Sc. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

PRESBYTERIAN LADIES' COLLtUE ALBERT-STREET, EAST MELBOURNE, Opposite Fitzroy Gardens. The Property of t.h Presbyterian. Church: of Victoria. Established in 1875. Principal, WILLIAM GRAY, M.A.,:B.Sc. 'The Scope and Aims of the Collego in brief summary show:- 1. That scholars-are admitted to tho Kinder-. garten and Preparatory Departments from 5 years of age. 2. That there is Accommodation for ?about 70 Boarders in two houses. ,one :for Senior, the other for Junior Scholars. Special provision, for little children. Residelft Fiench and Germati gover nesses; also Specialist in Physical Cut ture. Medical supervision. 3. That students are prepared for all pub. Iiu examinations, and. for entrance to all S-the professional courses at the lUniver sity. The ordinary. curriculum offers a large number of optional courses; in S clu djng a commercial course. - 4. That Musio, Art, Calisthenics, Do.mestio, AitLs. and Science have a prominent place, are Well. provided for, and ar'e under the directi...

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COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

::COUNTRY STOCK SAALES. Messrs. "Spencer,' Vains and Co. report. W\Ve coiducted: our monthly stock. sale at Hyndmani's yards, Dunolly, on Wednesday last, when we yarded about 2500 sheep, com prisinx mostly crossbred weaners and owes, anrid merino ewes with a few pens of good mnrino, wethers. There was a good atten dance of botli local and outside buyers. Com. petition throughout was brisk, and with the exception of one small pen we sold the lot. 500 crossbred ewes, 6 and 8-tootli, big frames.: but poei? condit;on, 1Jb/; 390 cross. bred: weaners, late and poor quality. 10/5; weaners, crossbred and comeback, in various lines,, 11/2 to 11/9: merino ewes, 6 and 8 tooth, 9/1 to 12); aged merino ewes, 5/9 to 8/10; fat merino 'wethers, 13/10 to 1416. A few cattle, yarded, and sold to £315/. The same firm. also conducted its monthly stock sale at its yards at Mitiamo on Friday last. The yarding of cattle was good, about ,200, coming forward. There was a large at. tendance .of buyers, both l...

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MILDURA. 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MILDURA. 27th Jainuary. •Violent scenes - were enacted at Merbein racecourse yesterday, where races arranged by a local conmittee were being held. To day Cedric Groom, an inimigraunt, who had been on- the settlement for six months and Albert Jenks, who had come here looking for work, were respectively senten'ed to live months and three mouths for resisting tlhe police, riotous conduct and wilful dam age to property. Several civilians, includ ing iMessrs. 1. F. Levien and C. A. Black burn, who came to the assistance of Con stable Matthew, were very roufghly handled. The primary causle of the riot was the attemipt to .:separate the meni, who were fighting.

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BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

BENDIGO H-IORSE MARKET. Messrs. Spencer, Vains and Co. reltort: We conducted our weekly sale at our bazaar, Hargreaves-street. on Saturday last, when we offered a. good number of horses, including some nice sorts of draught and farm horses and a few particularly good sorts of ponies. Competition opened well, but soon oased off, and buyers were not plentiful at auction. The bulk of people prefer to make their purchases privately, even at £1 or £2 more than they could secure the same horse at auction. We sold:-1 truck for Mr. G. I-I. Caldwell (young draughts £21 to £32, aged do. £8 to £14, ponies £12/10/ to ."£16): 3 light sorts for Mr. Jas. Clifford, 101 to £12) 15/; 2 ::draught geldings for Mr. P. Curren, Pine? oGrove, £43/15/ the pair; and odd beasts foi Messrs. Kirkby, Davidson, Benson and =others.

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MARONG. 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

-."r · ".MARONG. 28th January. Ih" o a i nail* vcstry mceeting in connection ' itih_ Jloly T..,rinity Chllurch of England, M:liaro??, was held in the church on" Monday.. evening, Mr. iBrowin presiding. Theo sccrc .tary's' report .showed- that thei work hlad , hniih prospered during the pist :.year. Chlrch":. renov?ition? had beon car ': iid: out .. splendidly by thosec to hos. le care it 'was entrusteid. TthJ. i .::flinfiiicial stalemcnt showed that the e;ll r close·d with a small credit,- alaunce. 'Tlic ibalance-slhe.ts of t.he Ladies' Guild mammd Sunday , school also disclosed a, margin on the tfavorable side. The thanks of the Smeetim., were accorded to the rctiring. fiiardiaus, Messrs. J. CGrcel, \. Irvine. V. M]artin, A. Goulden, CG. Lanhdry, J. Synions and r.. t.. Palmer, all of whom wereC rc elctd to offllice. Mossrs. J.1). Uo.uldcn, W. Bradford and \V.. I. Dixon were also elect ed guardians. Mr. J. Carter, the retiring auditor, was re-aplpointed It was decided to nlake a spe...

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KERANG PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

KERANG PIG MARKET. IMessrs. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held their fortnightly .,sale of pigs and poultry at their bazaar, Kerang, on 3Cth January. There was a fair yarding of fats and a large number of stores forward. There was a large attendance throughout, and com petition was very brisk. Fat pigs are sell ing very' well, and prices realised showed a marked increase on last market, while stores still continue to be in strong demand. We yarded 17 fats and 73 stores, which sold as follows:-Prime heavyweight sows, to £5/10/, this price being obtained for a very prime sow the property of A. Dickson, Esq., and was purchased by Messrs. Foggitt, Jones and Co. Prime baconers. £4/1/ to £4/3/6, the latter price being obtained for a very choice pen on account of Gee. Thompson. Esq., and were purchased by J. C. H-lutton Pty. Ltd.; lightweight baconers, £3/5/ to £3/16/; porkers. £3/2/ to £3/5/. Best stores, £21916 to £2/16/; others, £2/1/; slips, £1/13/6 to £11 15/; small pigs. £1/1/...

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FEATURES OF NEW SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FL EATUR'ES OF NEW SERVYICE. The: new water service at the Show Grounds is ust about completed. It is ex. pected that the new system will give a pressure of 1001b. or more. Instead of put ting the- plugs on a T-shaped pipe, as was done formerly, a continuous main forming an oval has been laid down, so that there will be no check to the water, which will be evenly distributed round the whole dis tance of the pipe. The new Gin. main laid down in Barnard-street for the City Baths, and which taps 18in. main in Wattle street has been taken across Barnard :street and joilied to the ordinary 6in. ser vice pipe there. This latter main draws its supply from a 10in. main in Forest street. so that there is a concentration of pressure at the Show Grounds. The whole of the service in the grounds is a 6in. main, and as the plugs are only 2.in. they will all be backed by the 6in. pres sure. Hitherto the service in the grounds has only been of 4in. pipes. Another ad vantage is that there is a natur...

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FIREMEN'S DEMONSTRATION. ACTIVE PREPARATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FIREMEN'S DEMONSTRATION. ACTIVE PI'EPAIBATIONXS. A busy time is now being exl.erienced by AMr. Jas. Walker, secretary of the Fire Brigades Demonstration committee, il pore paring for the demonstration, which is to take place in Bendigo on the 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Mareh. It is expected that. over 2000 firemen and several hundred bandsmen will take part in the demonstra tion. Mr. Walker has booked accommoda tion for the majority of the visiting fire. fen, but applications for board and lodg ing are still coming in, and it is not un likely that late applicants will he obligedl to go to Eaglehawk for accolmmodation. Chief-officer Maishall lhas written stat. ing that an echelon march will be given at the demonstration at the review on the opening day, and that the brigades would be required to lIractico this performance. The members of the Bendigo and Eagle hawk Brigades are practising determinedly for the demonstration, and some excellent times are being recorded in the different ...

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BUTTER MARKET. Melbourne, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

S BU'TTER MARKE'T. Melbourne, 2nd February. Butter lbcally remains steady in tone witi out any indication of change in prices. Some salted is being diverted from export to tho local market, and it is rumored that soanre Queensland butter is cominlg here. Local. prices are alteied on the ba.is of o11{d for. choicest, and lid to 11cd for good to prime. Miss Starke, having been transferred from the Koondrook State School, Miss Sheridan. of Castlemaine, has been ap. pointedQ t the acanoy.

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ROCHESTER HORSE SALE. Friday, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ROCHESTER HIORSE SALE. Friday, 30th .January. Messrs. 'Mason Bros. report having- con ;ducted their first monthly horse sale for 1914 on the above date. The yarding num.iered 165 head, 'it being ohe of th9 best represen tative pennings we have had forward for some considerable time. The attendance was large, including several outside buyer, one being a shipper, and for azy heavy draught geldings and good young usefuls competition was good, but for light and unbroken the de mand was rather dull, but we were success ful in disposing of 89 head by the end of the -day. The topi price of the day was £43/ 10/ for a heavy 6-ySar-old gelding on ac. of F. Galklgher; J141 was also obtained for a 5-year heavy gelding, ac. M. J. Tehan; £31/10/ for a nice fresh 5-yea:' draught' geld. "ing ac:- J. M'Curry. We sold from 4 to 9 head on account of Messrs. H. and J. Mur. phy, C. Joiner. T. Rank, A. Jasper, E. Kin sella, P. Kinsella, P. Phelan, Jno. Mara; and from 1 to 3 head ac. Messrs. W. Tehan. W. ...

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VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The following is the list of visitors at 'the Hotel2: Sliamrock: - Mr. H.. .M'Kenzie, Echuca?k Mr. A. A. Samuels, Sandring ham: ,Mis. L. Mueller and child, St. Kilda; Mr. -W.M. Nash, Sydney.; Dr. A. W. Rinm der. Wedderburn; Mr. O. Bellmaine, St. Kilda:: Mr.: H. Vaile, South Yarra; Mr. and Mirs.' Ilibble 'toorak; Mr. Hall,. Man chester: Mi: . Co~fee', Tandarra; Mr. Hen derson.'1 Manly, Sydney; Mr. C. Edwards, Sandringliam.; Mr. C. Fitzgerald, Sea Lake;? M. .BR .B Kimber, London; Mr. H. IHeiemanaSt. :ilda; Mr. E. Mann, Mal vern Mr T B Tupman, Mosman, Syd ney; Mr. B OCrcoker-Smith, St. Kilde.; Mr.- A.£ Dobbie,. Hawthorn; also Mr. ·.. Lamble.-Mr: D. Pritchard, Mr. Leslie, Mr. S. Hayes,i Mr. and Mrs. Orme Porter, Mr; Ben. :Fnle',, Mr. V. Tanner, P.M., Mr. La' Traillk'. Mr.. Chas. S. Demaine, Mel bourne., . The .?:visitors at, the. City .Family Hotel are':-- : Miss .O'Connor, Kerang Mr. N RIshiisy, N,:wvbridge; Mr. F. A. Hunter, St. Kilda ;: Mrs. hiark, bEast Melbourn...

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PLANS FOR A REVOLUTION. "DAILY MAIL'S" REPORT. LONDON, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

PLANS FOR A REVOLUTION. ".DAILY 'MAIL'S'. REPORT. * LONDON, .30thl January. The `"Daily Mail's" -correspoiident as Johiannes1'uirg:states ":that 'a rumor is cur rent to the effect that :the Government dis covered. during the Trades Hall. raid plans fdr " revolution, aind that 'the leaders had jprepared schemes for the, appointment of a provisional Governmenlt. Si- Richa 'd i hitler, Minister for Public Works.. Marine, and. Mines in South Aus tralia,. and Mr J. B. Labbatt, assistant eneineer . of barbors- in that State, left Melbourne yesterday on a tour of the ir rization districts of. Victoria.: They were to be met at Rochester by. Mr. G.. B. Gibbs, district engineer of the Wate' Supply Com. mission. The coini3siou has placed a motor car at the. disposal of the visitors, and Mr. Gibbs will accompany. them on their tour,

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. AXEDALE. 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SOUR COUNTRY SERVICE, AXEDALE. 30th January. Farmers are complaining of the losses of graii from bags which ard standina iu stubble paddocks -awaiting carting tt". the, railwavy statidn. In some cases many of the bags have lost most of their contents through the depredations of birds. CASTLEMAINE. 27th Jaiiuary. The Castlemaine. Kzoonian Band, vwhich was a splendid feature of the New Year's Day Charities' Carnival, on Mondtay pro cceded to Daylesford in five motor cars, to render assistance in th.e procession :nid at the sports .in aid of. the charities. They met with a great reception, and 'were awarded first f rize- in the procession. Lieutenant C. Bower, of the Campbell's Creek Fire Brigade, who has entered the ianks of the beniedicts, has been enter taimed by the brigade and the residents of the township, and made the recipient of a" valuable piece of plate. 28th January; Mr. H. A. Appel, who was two years ago Mayor.of Castlemaine, and. has since then with Mrs. Appel enjoyed a t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FARMERS' AND CITIZENS' TRUSTEES COMPANY,, BENDIGO, LIMITED. GUArANTP +EE FUND, £10,000. DIRECTORS: . R. StiFlwell ` Esq., J.' ., Chaiuran.? : r 1'. Kell, .Esq., V W. Huniter,T sq. 1'. L'ohrty, Ea; JT:.,. I. H. S. Abtbott, Eso. E. L. Atkinson, Esq., B.A., W. A:rPeynell Esq Registered Office-- BENDIGO. R. A. RANKIN. M-nniisre. ITY CIIAMBERS, BIGH-STREET,

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CHARLTON. 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

COHARLTON. 27th Janiuary. At tlihe Clarltoit olice Court on Monday, *befdrie 'Messrs:- J. Pennefatlier, P;M, and W. Williams, J.P., Caroline Stagg, licensee: of -tlie Vale. of Avoca Hotel, West. Charl. ton,: was .charged with trading during pro hibited hours. Defendant, whlo pleaded guilty, iwas fined £2, 'with 25/ costs. The Charilton. Shire ,proceeded -against 0.: T' Wills, Doniald Blair, IHenry W. Birtd:n ancd ]dwxlvini Davey for not taking reasonabe: steis .-to destroy thistlcs growing on their lands. Inspector Callahan deposed t;hat fll the :defendants had:I not done reasoinably good work. Wills was fined £5, Blair £.7, PTirtd. 5; and Davey £5, 23/6 costs being a.l. loedd in ca ch' case. sIn. the case of Davey the .finoe as , suspended, the bnch .beit satisfieddthat he -had. done some work, after. Seceiljit of; the niotices. Iin an assanilt:case Joi:dai v .: Stagg, complaiinant did not. ap-p peir., The :case was stiruck out.; witht 21/.. costs :Commiisio?iei R. : Keiodall;: vl ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ACID-TEST PAPERS and Sk!PPLE TUBE OF PEBECO MAILED FREE On Receipt of 3d. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay because the Lactic Acid of fermentation in the mouth eats through the enamel. After the enamel is once pierced the bacteria of decay cause the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Here is a simple way to prevent all the trouble and pain. For the daily cleansing of the teeth Tooth Paste which is the one Dentifrice which overcomeS "acid mouth," and polishes, whitens and cleanses the teeth at the same time. In fee., the cleansing power of I'EBECO is remarkable. Its use ensures white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy mouth. Further. more, users of PE IECO never have unpleasant breath. The Acid-Test Papers are sent with the Trial Tube to 4de. : ; monstr.te how Pebeco counteracts tooth destroying acids. 4 Full instructions go with them. Send name and address. (, Only a small quantity is necessary at each brushing of the teeth, so that Pebec...

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PROGRESSIVE FIRM. E. ROWLANDS PROPTY. LTD. MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

PROGRESSIVE FIRM. J.· ROWLANI)S PROtPT'Y. LTD. MINEURAL WATITE MANUFACThURERS. The well-known firm of IMessrs. l. Rltow tlands: Pri?pty. Ltd.,. mineral water. manu - facturers, of Melbourne, Ballarat, ,Sydney and Katoomnba, is celebrating its: diamondl jubilee this year. To be able to point to 69 years of continuously advancing com nciercial success must be an enviable posi tioun for the firn to hold. Such a diamond jubilee jubilee may be looked upon as a gem in 'the coronet of a. fiTm's nobility, as a badge of honorable deailing, and a pre cious patent of public approbatioli, and when that appreciation is put to a daily test throughout the Commonwealth of Aus tralia, subjected to the ordeal of indivi "dual taste, and is attended with a ver dict 'of :ever-increasing demand for.. the goods mnanufactured, there is -occasion for justifiable pride and happy confidence in the future. The story of the firm is in .manty .ways unique. Sixty years ago, when the canvas tents of the early gold...

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SOUTH AFRICAN STRIKE. RAND LABOR LEADERS DEPORTED FROM AFRICA. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION ILLEGAL. PRETORIA, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

.. OUTH AFRICAN STR CE. 1I-ANRD LABOR LEADERS DEPORTED Sh .F'OM AFRICA. GOVERNMENT'S ACTION ILLEGAL. 'PRETORIA, 28th January. :The iten Labor leaders selected by the Government for deportation, namely, Mir. Ai'Vatson (president Federation of Tr'ades), vlr , .T. Bain (secretary Federation of ?Tirades); Mr.: H. T. Poutsma (Railwaymen'si sereti±y)', 1r. Waterson (Railwaymen's 'i::esident), Mr. G. Mason (Trlades Federa ption , executive), Mr. Crawford (Johannes :burg Trades Hall), Mr. H. J. Morgan (Transvaal Miners' central organiser), and Messrs. Kendall, Idyvingstone, and Ocker rall: (prominent, agitators) sailed from Dur iban o0n board: the s.s. Umgens at midnight on .: Tuesday direct foi ;Englant. On :Tuesitay` Mr. Justice Wessels, sitting at :Jolhanliesburg; declined to grant an order restraining the ,Goveinment from de porting the :mei, =on the ground that he had insufficieniit evidence.: He advised counsel to apply to the ?ull Supreme Couri to-day. -arewe t When :-the aipplicatio...

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COHUNA. 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

p 6thli Jtniiniry .The -Iorlk ;?f: rcmuodelling the iirigation channels:: i ?1the Gannawvarra West district: has;: been combnienced This :will irivolve thoe cleaning out a'nd teepeeninb of the exist' in: waterways extending over a' distance_= of 16 i miles:; Over. 20' teams; with i:. aboiut ;80 .horses,,:. are:-:being employed -i-under .:dayý: labor conditions. The =officers: of the Water Coinmission expect: to be in i position??to: tilise rthe :reconstructed 'channels aboiiut n:ext iSeptembler;: in: timne for ::the irrigation:" ;eason; which dates :from the month; of October usually Good progress cis being made witl? -the ex cavation ,of -=the: drainhi: frodim Leitchl's Creek to the Biar Cireek, :'whliich is - er ? :iected * to .brih?, .relief to ?those; settlers - lihose :-land Iris been so srioiisly affected byv: the aiippearance - of :salt in' tl'e IMead irriationi are, Mr'i'L) JT rMaIlone; ofi :lochester; is the -contitactoi' anad lie' ]iias several 'teams.. and '; large number...

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