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

' '-:l DINGEB A. serionsd uvashallwva'j occurrcd iii he.'Tainl VWaraingi aMallee hclininel yesterhitoi grniag :t E?nnit Nest iB3i?lge near the 6;iec?. :Voi d : as bibugIt to6 Iiipector T. ?at Diinge by Mri Ayers,. and in view of the ::fact ?that"i tle supply is vei'y full just now, rr: ..Corcoran took oaut all thle Blen avail aible also a plenitiful suppily of tools .and b. ibs ifor sand, etc I. When- the repairing: :ang arrived _'-at the spot tlhey foui:d a breachl i7ft; loni througll wvhichh the iate.r was pouring in a torrent 3ft: deep, oren derinrg it nmpossible for man or ]torse to Sstand in the stream. No time: was lost in. fillin a: largoe number of bags with sand; earth, etc. .:andl thei the :strenuous task of :stopliing.the breach, .which by this time wasri 3Oft:.- w.ide, was nuterect u:poni The .sumpply w:vis cut ofil above the breach, aind lertgo ifar rtleti on, so aN- ti relieve. lthe Spressure The men .werc told off.in gangs, n:d by foirminll chains of workers holdingt ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE POPULAR BUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THTE POPUCLA. -BU TT.ON.: ;: . lihe Newest'"Models. In spite of their cx-. traordinarily lor~ run of popuilrity,'?:ut-: tons- c6ntinue. to be bole of: tlhe iostl? liodislh: forms of triifnmlini for .both giowns anda cos- tunics, but. miore especiailly for 0thcelattr A't presentt there arc any niulJmcr of pretty: 'lbuttoIns from whlicllh to choose; buti;s i'rc-s gards the goiwn ofr cosi tume of tliii stmimgier inaterials, mnore particularly of w-ashing imnia-: terials, there are '.two or thlireo types .,of button --which aare more *in denianl-td thpih. Sany i-others. Mostt practical and ~lcaBst :ex-;:. pensive of these are tlie buttons of mothler .Q'-lparIl, which are to be see'i.in evebry, sie,: Trom; tiliy affairs scareely 'sbi asbi the old-; fashioned -,love bittonl to ixmmeso. :discs, that woiild not- disgrace. the mniiost s?porting':: Sof Necwniarke? coats. T, lise puarl bi.uttbons aro v'ery largaely, Usecd .fori - trimmingig aind faisteninie shirt bjloiuses of waslhifina- ihatc...

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A PRETTY MUSLIN BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

X PTR 'LTYT .MUSLIN TLO USE. T.here is simply no end to the varieties an.1 st.vles of the lingerie blouse, which is innitely smorev l-c~Pe?la than ever. White amntlin is .in frent favor,: and t;his very oharminig design is of white muslin, with collar, cuffs and dainty little "waist" lanols of white embroidered linen. \rWhitoe .net' frills finish tl;e sleQees dailtily, and the-. ri _, ^i:'ý!= i:=ýi::! :. ,n+. :'+ ý'ji"-~?:.'ýý ii;.t!=: ..i!":fF~i!!i ii :, ' ii :? ;'+"!,(:":?: I'i:!!i:. ' ý ::;:fi::ii .. .. ;!.t!:; y f, ,::jii.: ':r'li; ." ý ý !::! i:!i iii::':Fr!;ii',.!i:=ý.. :. :. i f:: : i;:?i?;:?i:. ·i? ii!' · +. + i.i ,i ý: i:. ii:ii!:::1?ir.; i-.r . ": s:j !'!1'' .!!:.:' i(t: 1 ? -t: 'l) !:::::!?;; .. >::.ri:! !:;!i 'i " r + - (q~t( i ý _ 5 ýN '" i;:i~~::ýr1(7 f iuF `rr · F~li'i~ it.ýiiii`i'.:ij,:.+':ý?!!.??liii-?~i~i+ ý:::ý:+:'.:::+; "ý ::it· ,?: . waistband is of blue. satin, to iuaciil;i the -tiny cryvat at the.: low-icut neck.; . - PI'retty) little blue: fancy bttons are...

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A DAINTY FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

A DAINTY '.FRONT. A rValuiblel c Possession.-One of the hniost indispensable possessions for the holidays, and especially if those holidays arec to be spent in travcellin or touring, is a liretty, dainty front for - wear iil.side an openu coat. Blouses got so messy and tumbled when worn beneath a coat (it is particularly the sleeves which suffei'l that one really Mtlght to have a. clean blouse every day, whereas a front will' do duty on many occasions. The daintiest front I have scen was eariied out in pini-spotted net The front was full, and had a. simulated fasteiiing of small. black velvet buttons; The _neclk was- cit out in V-sha.pe, and was edgMd by a pleated frill of the set, ..which Stood out slightly :at the back of: ?he eok; A. frill of tlhe: not l-l hicf~i 1 -. ;r: ` \7 J :i; hA tt { :7.?"'Li! i fa'r ii w : . fell from the buttons, and t.ie front was. linished:- at the waist by a smart. b;h 6o black 'velvet

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A SHADY HAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

A 'AI)T Y I If the seaside . r coutiintry -holhiday i .to be eiijdoyed : as. it. oiht; a:large, sh ady h it iof some Ikid 0.or otlleri muist lorni: iart =of; t' e holiday, outfit. Now qgite the minicest slirdy _]hats sliowin. this season are the 1 ulrgeil mjodels :,of- whlite Punama. These .re( inddii ::most sthe onilv sm ai t. ihady lats obtaiiinable, for we are a?il s' wedded0 tothe=snviiill iht thiis seasoli i.that it. hlas not beeni woi'th tliohe :milliier's while to devote' m:uch liatteentiona:ito the iare model. On-e of the nicet Ptant mla hats I have seen this season had af round. domed crow~i of moderate siz'e iamid ta rialhly-rwidc?spreadinLng brini, the `outer edge of which was turned up is the most fas cinatilg way in front. and at the baclk.ý Tllhe,,, only trimming cousiste:l of a broad baind of black velvet whichi w'as folded round the crown and tied on the left side in a smirt. bow. .This hat camne well down uponi the icead, and furnished a most thorough and satisfacto...

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IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

I? POLTANT DISo~ IOV RY i Constable Knott on Thuirsday visited :th loocality wihre deceased'~ body was fouiid, in th hlibhpce: of ,finding, some ti ace of thlte moicney which .ldeceased hadl drawn fronmt :lo bJau.k :durinig the ionth of Octo e' : . \vh'l.ilst tiurning over the leaves and dcca"ed n mattr ~tbout 10; or 12ft. from whcre the body mWas found, he .discovercd a. sumll bottle which wa half full of a liquid which smelt vory strongly- of lysol. :Thlie bottile v iill:bo. formwiarded: to the Governminnt a.Iaiyst for ianalysis. s This; itf is th6uight, Ina'y cleair up pnortiont of the mystery. -

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FOUND DEAD IN THE BUSH. ADJOURNED INQUEST. SUSPICIOUS CASE. BODY TO BE EXHUMED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

m FOUND.DEAD iN 1THE BUSWH ADJ0URNEDT)NQTUiEST :U s. USIICOIUS.. , CASE. ;: - : .T . ,ODY: 3 . - E? SlMo : " The .aoijii. iic?t ociin tli i ei.atji of; i: unUl ?iite' 8-cif i.og, wheise ..h ' was Oi lid ii tnc s.crb 'a:t Bint G uWiljy ' . Il t l 'l2it i : ., es i'"suimed befborcd . :. J.: Ip: .v Jean P . at : the :: al E awlclvk Jloho . Cortir on.oi Tliirsday, 'rie 'inqu i wr as coni 'ducted:v Shrge o i 'o W J. Yooiiig, 'hili4i Cr; 3J. C'ri.ter, of Maioug. was; pre-ent on );behaliF of the rllaivs :o c. dceased.; : T: John . i,!owllvli, ciSa-uscc of the- Lady l: talv H-Iotel, r-Eageicwlk,; diw ,d seid d teiatht :on . 'th: ?ifterioo ?of. tli 21st 'inst *le wi's, g: atheling' wood it Biinrt G tilly betw?nu Mari-'a.id Mi . a 'i I nlat, whien hei .caiuo: Sacro.~" tic deadi body -f a'ani.; 1 l .diov,. -,to6 E.,a lelnawi vk aid '.re piftced :tho :in atter .to: 3tlh": p)olicc. * ' :. ' :· : S:Coin:stiblc :-i::ottc depopsd :tlik : lic . o ly: of dcc se cd'd ippari tly:bcc: ben ling' iii -thi...

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PANIC AT PICTURE THEATRE. 75 MALAYS PERISH. AMSTERDAM, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

PANIC AT PICTURE THEATRE. 75 MALAYS PERISH. AMSIITERDAM, 26th "January. A telegram received - here from Soura biya to-day gave news of, a* terrible, tragedy as Boerces (or Buru); one of the -Amboina Islands (between Celebes aind. New Guinea). .A -lfire -broke out in a cinematograph theatre, and the audience.: became panIc stricken. There wa. a wild ush i'to escape, with the result that the exits became ho.pe lessly.- jammed with- the struggling: neople. Before order could be ,restored, : 75 lives hai:d beie lost.' All .the victims were nria tivoes;, aid they comprised one man, "16 vomeuen, and, 58 children. During ::the last. few years the civilised woir. 7has been passing through an . era" "of exceptional and abounding prodiuctiveness, which, after all clue1 deductions .have l'been allowed. -has minaic a large addition to the accumulated wealth of mankind.. There are -so, at: least, it shems 'to me-there are upon the horizon signs. which" portend the inevit-. able slackening, in vo...

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ELMORE—COHUNA LINE. Rochester, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ELMORE--COHITNA LINE.: :::Rochester, . 29th Janiuary. At the Rochester S-Shire Council ?ineetiiig to-day .th;e lio secretary iip?orted havinig de? livered"i theo .petition in regard° to6 the' Co: Shiina Railway Trust to .the :chief :.engineer for railway: construction. Thle cost? ofthe Slandi froni ilmore t'o Cohlna was .estimiated li them 'Ldt i 104: I?imany. cases no :con, sidcritioni was given tob.laidowners, becauise th eyliicredited the: . enhianced.. alue of the Slanld; through the rail Way ?to .t.ie cost: of thlie laniid and owners got iotohing Ci. ! MNTfiutyrc Bail thie dejpartmni ii 't ,lihoulcd t"p "ply the. council wi it a .:Valier," anrid? O svo: expense. to the cotulcil. The sccretary` saidl S, lit the niatteir :.ould,. boi? vholly in? the Iiands of the ti;ist,. whicth would e o formil Iv constitutited aj: thoe iin(t itmeeting: l'oir :tee?nday' notice: of -fltrs for ..land -ouldl th lieun b -served :. oni 1 idownei; and i ijit e: . _ diately -: eari.er the faoirteen daY...

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REVENUE CONTRASTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

REYVENIJE CONTRASTED Revenue receivedi by the Railway dejiparitl nient for the scveil dys: enided 21st Jainuti~r was £121,545,. algaiinst £112310 received in the_ corresp:ondinp vweek lastt ,yeair, the : incr iase being £9235. For the aggregate? period beginning 1st JIly 1913, the. 're ceipts were'c £3,095,039, ' aainst £.£2,873, 070 in the 1912-13 period, the inrccase beinn £2231,969. 'Goods, revenue increascd -1 £154-1,130; an.d tliit. from passenfgers y £3912.:

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SWAN HILL TO PIANGIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SWAN BlULL T'O PIANGIL. .District landowners have deliosite:i ?uffi cieiit money in the: Ti:easusiiy to meet: the riequiremfients of a railwiay triust and ire paratioiis . for: the conistruction .of thlie Swhan Hill to .Pihiigil liie .till .soon be p?it?,?in i1aind. :This line ·will be 28 nii!es :in lengithli and will runi throug h the Nyfah inrigafiioni settlement'iand wheat areas. 3'1e estiniatoel s -cost, including :rolling stock, is : £95,773._ Two hundred and fifty men -imay bel:employe:l, oin t:e work.

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NEW MANAGATANG LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

- NEW MANANGATANG iTNE cedesdaii y 'was the opening. day for the 'new railway from CClling~ollah to Mania~ga-n targ. Whca't tranfic will coinmenieiicc ou lthe:luw line iinuuicdiatcl lyv At; Cliik"lpooabk Si lIro,:: are-: but,? '20 000 U' bags; of griun :"1ta.lcd; 1i i d .:., fai r'iqui ntif t. ait Ctocaint 'bi. Theirc i-s Ul iiicIh wrihe ?i at I~ it aura attn, 'o6 fI.'' -' ?bot 25, 000 :bags iar Sex<-"ctcd froii Chiinkapu : foir toliei.: seso'n Wheat growers who ar0 deliving ,Iat "Clhinkil:olk inuci'tle Messrs P.eter .ci .Neli T. Ryani, 'T: Joies, M Rao Bros R.I. V' o?atonto; Ngilsdo; io"3ro-, J.< IBall, . SM' l? . IP Hogn ii W Gibs on o', d . 1Tenipetoai. - g : itm; .; 29lth?Januar ,Thoe .first miked; train' oni tlie ine??w liiio fromn ,hillihngolah toM'iniangafang ?ar .rived :at theterminu9's bl.1 4i obclock: tis 'nmornin. Th--ere^ wias e noofficial openiig: Sceremotny AlAthogli there is i quatity of :wheliat: stacked .the ;trairi_ :cd not retuirn wili any he...

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RECOGNITION OF BRAVERY. WILLIAMS' UNITED CASE. REMARKABLE DEVELOPMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

RiCOGlITION0 O BR'dRY.i W1ILIA, MS' UNITED CA . REi MARKARK 3 LE DEJIVELOPMENT: Some, time ago, in recognition: of their': brave'ry in saving A. Skilbeck frbom 'almost certaiin :death in Willianms's United. :mnine, l?rlehawk; two nilncrs;?lianiecd ::.' Grille lt - aud.. Hi: Lewi., were eachl presented ,vithli E.old medal and about x£30, -10 togetlc".r ith, i .:i:,,: the Mines dcepartmeiit's cerificate and !a: illuminiated address. It . was' decided to up-: iroach th Mlinesi deparitient withli a view to :obtaining niemployment for the mnien .away fron tho. local .iines, iid thoe arliamen - taic, ir::i eset~atives wee requested to ini - terview tihe. officers of the departUient re: Lirardiig the -mattcr. Thisd, iwasc done? and` thie departnent" askced for- a reort on 1 th suibiect- froii Skilbeck. It is uinderstood: that'?Skilbecki reported to the effect that Lewis and Grillet did not save ,his life . :The :cbmmittee :was thereforo called to; tetfher: and met at the To'iowni all, Eagl...

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B.U.C.C. NORTHERN BEAT COMRADES B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

B. 3.C.C. LNORT'IIERN BEAT CQMR RiDES - B.I.0.C. 1NORITIIR First innings Six wickets for .. 332 (Inings declarced cilosed. Second" Innings J. Lethlean b Mahtthiews. s 10t A. Mvtckayi junr. .1:' Nanikei vis 0 Jose, b Prince..." 2 Sins;- c Smith b Princo ... IR. 1Peiibeitlht nolt ..i El. Let lea'n _iot out 1 Sticldiy ;\.. .1 oii wickets for .6 :Bowling =Prince, two for 17 Nake vis one `ofor " Matthiws n ;fo 6: I COMRADES 1iist uInings I Matthews ,Cole: bu hip 6 IV. Atkinison. b Letlileaix 1 T Prince' ( Mwa, b Pen-,c,.. berthy.. 7. 7. C Ninnis, c l ienberthl b 'horipe .** : 17 II Wiroolcock c `t'urner b- Let lein .) S Bishop. c Gar in b Iefth lean. 0l V Smith,-1) Penbeithy 0 F G Lavceidei, c Lengdon, Letllician AL~eg~ Penibei~tiy'1j }, eth. 4 * leain 0 '1 J)aykin, not out -. . ,._ r..' CN'Tnikely"xs ,)1' Lethlean. 1.. totIl 173 Bo liik:- Lotilea siy foi 65 Ksen berihy, two or 3." Thorie, tgwo foi 6

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COUNTRY LINES IMPROVED. LAYING HEAVIER RAILS. £79,000 TO BE EXPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

CO t NTR'Y L NES IMVPRO VE D. TIt 1ITNG ]1EýAVIEIt BttlLS. ., £g9000 o ýoo TO BE EX-. `PENDED . Iii t' e: ;icxt foew months the Railway do. pirtinent vwill. send -.79,f0 -Oin' additioll and ýimprovcnieidts to the various -hives Uv. relaying ::With hairal ~ad ~1 p~rokid. tnu egt ra: sleepei~s and bn11jst; In -,oder :'to tprovide . affiY$nt rails. fov"r niow line,' on wlch 1 '21r2 th lc t ' he out. sot wvjf1 not -be Beat it" it 35p1r oposed,. in Lonformnity itth .Pisat ,victice, to _..re1ease 60., Q6,- -or 751b. 'rails from -a number -of existing lines, and replace them with 801b. rails, and the expenditure repre:entcd by the difference in the weight will be oharg?l to capital. The principal lines, affected are: Miles. Eaglehawk to Kerang` ... ... 73 Eaglehawk to Korong Yl_ ... . 45 Einu to Donald ... .;.3... ...; ;.. Ararat to Portland .... .. , . .... ... ... 28 Camperdown to Port 1airyý .y . * ... 61 Tallarook to Yea ... ...2. . ..4.. . Nunnmurkah to Cobram n... -.ý. .. -. 22 Oakie...

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POULTRY RAISING AND EGG PRODUCTION. NO. XIV. MR. T. HARVEY'S LEGHORNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

POULTRY RAISING AND EGG PRODIUC I IiN. NO. XIV. ::MR. T. IIARVEY'S LEGIIORNS .. A. visit to the poultry :farmnl of iDr. T;- , Harvey in "aood-strcct, California GCilly, hdurinir, the week found? that entlhusiastice I~oultry fancier. buily preparing for. thle uew season .. iMr. Harvey ,lih been keeplitrg ?oul try fo. exh ibition piri oses for .thle past 10 'ears, and his ac?lievenelits inll the show 'rit? are lnost .meritorious. Ile. has co- l fined most1 of his ,atention iii the past to the White Lcoliorhi.variety, and is oune of :helie oldest Legh-oin bireeders in- the li.dtisict That h:.e ,is an expert; in poultry: is ell known,. anid lie is regairded as: :ont of :.tho best judges -in the inortlern areas;. i Mr. ':-larve y has so fuar chic ly con finethis at-:. tention to, exhibition biids, but" lie intenidA .,to considerably extend~ his operations. in i110 near futute, naid .in tihe coming season :" ?avill h'ae several i:ens.of cilyers.: iHe is: it present erecting a pen :5Oft. l...

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SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SOCIAL NOTES. MA.TRiToNIAL.--On Friday, 23rd J iiuary, the marriage, of Dr. -A. M. Crookston,. son the ,: Rv. Ja;ines. Crookston, of -,Bendigo,: to Miss :Zoel -MV Hooper, daidgliter of Mr. A. J. IIoope:;, iispectore of 'the E, S. and A. C. Bilini, was celebrated at St. Stepnelu's, Phillip str?et. Sydney, the Rev. John Ferl -guson an.d Rev. J. Crookston ofliciatii.. 'The bride, who was given away by herii fatlhe, wore iworr'n:clchemanire-de-soie, with overdress ,frer~ek hac , and emb'roidcred tulle ve'.' 1prti 'over " t?ireatlr-. of orange blossomn;. tShie carried a white shower bouquet "'Iiclh wviýi gol;I cardu' case, was '. gift the bridcgrooi:l Miss Ruth Hooper ( 's, sister) and Miss.Jessie Nor. .niman (bri' .cousin) . W'ire; '.bridesmaids, wearing whitc l-hine frocks with pink sashes anhd black lace hats, relieved with pink roscs. Their presents were link :shower bouquets mnd coral necklaces. Mr. Ar Thwaites war, best man, and Mr.: E. D, vues groomsman. The guests, mnuber:;b * in...

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NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

NOTABLE PERFORMANCES ,BATTING. T. Prince (Comrades) ..:. : 77?? J. Ilavhow (Y.M.C.A.), not .iout . Huinh Glen (Y.M.C.A.) . .5 T. P. Massey (Y.MC.A.) ;.. -. -- Trembath (Y.M.C.A.) . ... . 6...: ' HI. Woolcock (Comrades) 35 BOWLING. C. Nankervis (Comrades) .. . 1 for 2 1R. MatthewFs (Comrades)... ....... 1 for, T. Prince (Comrades)... .., .... 2 foir 17 I1. Lethleau T3B.U.C.C.. N.) .. . 6 for 65 T. Hall (B.U.C.C . S.) ...... .....1 for15 V. Liehtfoot (B.U.C.C. S.) ... ... 2-for 31 G. Mackay (B.U.C.C. S.) .i ... 3 for 59: Y.M.C.A. DEFEAT BI.U.C.C. SOUTHERtN. D.U.C.C. SOUTHERN. First Innings ...... ........... 187 Y.M.C.A., First Innings. Hugh Gle-n, b Lightfoot.. .. .. ' 59 Trembatli, c Junck,. b . M'Doui-, gall ... .. . ... .. . ..36 IIvayhow, rot out . .69 IT. Upstill, c Leed, - Nacdk'ayg 14 Dene Moore, c:: Bell: b M;ackay 3 Henry Glen, b Cook_ . .... 29 Lengo, b Hall .. .. .. Massey, b Mackay.. .. ?. J. Glen, b Lighifoot ..1. . 1 Sundries . . 23 ight v ickets for... . .. 279 Bo ,lin...

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CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

I3ENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Theconiclusion of .t:he fisti rouudt`::f matches in the B D.Ct. competitions i' et Snesdav saw Y M.CA tiake the load fo the ii.qiiiership fromi .St:; K iliani's ei?ng half a pIoint ahead of 'the' lattei The Yount Mlen, inn their game against 'i'the B.U .C.C Southerni eleven at Back Cicek, passed the. Soiutherners' total of 187:, wvith four wickets down, and continuing -' bat-tinig had 279 runs on tho. board for eight 'vic ket.s when stumps were : drawii. -The-.iN0r thern B.U.C C , with six ivickets dowi ?foi '332 runs in the Upper Resereyaqagaiist tihe Comrades, declared their innings c:losed, and disposed of their opponents for 1:73 runs. The Northerners; in. thiii; secondii~i:in niiins, lost four wickets for :26 inins ?efo?o stumps were brawn. The .viiei'sntiithis match are nowv level- for: third :plc ? o6ni the, premiership list with their: SboutheriVi. co0n-. freres. The positions of the chompeting teaims are: S Club. Plyd.Won.Lost.Di a' .Pts. Y..C....

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TORRUMBARRY PICNIC RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

TORR U kRuYAlr. rPICrNIC lICES - '1iThe'annual ;sportsn'`atheringn of `the T-T~ rumbary ::Picnic Race :Club w':ai ield oni WTednesdaiv The' day ,:was stormyv, and the attendance was ,notup to .te a"ver ge Fcollowin' arei the resutts :Xaie ae Merry Leaim, 1; : SchlnimnileC 2'Bro'n W in' 3, Bicycle Race; S Tirner I Birereto, 2; H Iliscock 3 Picnic HRaiudi cup-Goldnt Only starter2 t Race.---W. Casey C Sh 2 . MTIntyre, 3. " Pony R1ace ,cPlio, ;1' B ow n Jack 2 Plate. Curid 1; Cheter Mac 2. Trot.- Toeshaker, 1; Si mple Sion Hitty, 3. Piurse Chestei Nac J Gold inonnt . 2. Hack IRace.lT-neda 1 Tvy Dirk 2.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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