Elephind.com contains 64,052 items from Bendigonian
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
THE GIFFORD LECTURES. MR. BALFOUR'S VIEWS. BELIEF IN GOD COMPULSORY. LONDON, 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
• ". ? ? .. •4., .? ? ? .,?::: ?; - i 2 THE GIFFODD LECTURES. 2 ,a iy? tcioyncr; uicniided liis series of iec. tin s tfo the studeit tFo day S?,Balfoin??? empllassised : -his argunmeni frifom the ieidei nc -of designE in Creationif conteniding 1h it . ehelef in thie eistenice of.:God ias a C?reatoi i a anId: ller:?i?' -s ab sioluitell compiil?lSory to eVery sane m'?ind M -The iiffordt Lec:iitureships onr Nahturial T1hioloky 'Th-its vides t sensre without , i tfereince: to a cadasi: ierea :founded: ini: the' iniversities of 6f::Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aber'ri de e andd St.? idriew's, by a: bequesit of@ 880 000} by Adanm Lord Gifford a Scotch idtgee, ini August, 1885.J
SPECK OF RADIUM DISAPPEARS. FOUND IN DUST CART. LONDON, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SPECK OF RADIUM DISAPPEARS. 1OUND IN DUSTf (IAlW'. LONDON, Gtfr Febr uax ou c-riatjib incident, in whicli a nall? ,sper.k o?f ivdi an~ l"Jlyd the. leading ,p.r, ha tkreipl ico at the Royal Tifiicrm , :Liver phod A - paiticle of: radiin,: valued t £1000, was usied *c:n the facof ci a patieiit but1 whl i i Jli . f ii i dre. ing had bl, len: monva tlc :'ridituir co.uldki i?rbo fid A d.ge.'nt .earh; for the, missinig metal Was at once i*i4tiitcited arid- c'ctuhlly a.n ep?c.rtb meaiii i::O ar clelctroscope; discover, d: it in ai:-t: cii:- t? the hIospitail. I: Tlh pi'bfsoor:e, emptied the cointiezntt :i~ ;tln?e-i?t; c :buckice by btickeLt ndiltihe radiium Sis -rtecoveied. :" "" : - Of mciaV den?ial is given 'of the rcportcd ap-. proac:hing -betrothal of the Prince of Wales and Princess. Helena, of Greece.
HEALTH OF THE CITY. REPORTS TO CITY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
HEALTH OF THE CITY. -REPOETS TO CITY COUNCIL. At the meeting of the City Council on Friday, the health officer (Dr. J. M. Eadiej reported that during the month of Janu ary the followiig cases of infectious diseases had been reported to him:-Dipha jheiia, 19 cases (1 imported); typhoid, 6; phthisis, 4. Typhoid fever was not preva Ient. butt they must .expect an increase as?? tlhe: year advanced, and the extent of the increase would depend directly on the vigilance of householders in lkeeping their iouiso drdins and premises in a clean state. and removing everything in and about the hoise and premises that might i alt 'attract flies, --which wiere known to carry disease from obie ]house tio another. In all suspect. ed cares ;of typhoid he ivould, strongly Jadil vise that1 proper typlioid pans be secured Swlt.oit- tdel y by application to- the Townii Hall. ,:The reoLrt was received. .A-A. report vwas also received. from Analy' tical --Laboratory, - Melbourne, stating tliAt. fo6rthe' ye...
VICTORIAN LANDSEEKERS. VISIT TO BAMAWM. GOSPEL OF WORK. Rochester, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
VICTORIAN LANDSEEKERS. VISIT TO BA.IAAWM. S GOSPEL OF WORK. ? y? Our Slpecial Rleportor.) rIochelster, 6th Flebruary. The large party of Victoianl landscek ors visitaed tire 3amawm settlemCent to-day anid was nucb impressed. 'i.'lis seems to be the gecneral experience. Although tho ofthi cials havo eo design in the matter, land: seekers ge-orally are first taken to Nan neella.: Usually they return to Roches ter little depressed, but early on th 'fal-. lowing, day, i;hen they get insido the Ba mawim area, they are roused to en-: thusiasm. Not th't the Nanncella land 3s lecs uitable; but somehow that settle ment has always a more raw appearance., That :asp~c?t his been accentuated this,trip on a.::ccount of th0 best of the lucerneo stands having just been cut. In a week or so the outlook would be much. more en couiraging to a landseeker. Another hdossible explanation may be found in a laroger amount of cnergy, and' probably a larger aImouni of capital, too, thanl-has been 'put into j'...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, - -BENDIGO. ' MANDTAOTURERS :o:: . CREAM CANS,- MILK CANS; DAIRn UTENSILS, GO L. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, SCATTLEr AND SHEEP TROUGHS: 1 And All Kinds of SHEET: METAL: GOODS. OUR- M ANUFACTURES :MAYBE PRO. CURED F1O.Q ALL. STCOREKEEPERS, IN THFJE 3iRTIfERN DISTRICT. IIUMME AND JSER TIMBER and IRON MERCHANTS,. . BENDIGO, ' .&lt;!I .(/ I,- 8PECIALTIES: AL PAPERS, EIIANGS and FRIEZES, i-u U Great-Y? ariety;- from 4d per roll up to the monst Artistio Designs. fMA NTEiLPIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILED .:.:: HEARTHS, INTERIORS, : -:: GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. .IENA~MELLED BATHS and SINKS, ; Also .BATH HEATERS. E::VERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DA'ai. . At M::MODERATE PRICES. -AENTS? for WUNDERLICH'S STE~ . i:, CEILINGS, Eto. Correspondence Invited. ITelenbone 48.) D"EDIO POMADE destroys all Vermin on - : Poultry, Cattle, lHorses, and Swine; 1', :posted,: 1/2- Brin, chemist,...
ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
The exyrei of' fruit may be said to cL ur mnece:.n; i t week. wilth -the despan'tc.h Qa I rgck onsianinent by ie stLeamner Arg' 1' l.tire 1foi, eGet. Britai- This will con. sista mostly of apples, oizugh somi peaits brd, idfen .fw plums mnaya be seieit. The ck:x-; Port ot the piluzs is in the nature of wi oexiprimmnt. It is Lbuticilpated that atrgcct c?isginmentns of. pears vill bie sent later. on. Inm .~ome . distIricts orchardists arte not cx- p.?itiii: their fruit· thisi" bsonso; im niie ?i.itnces it is averreCd the.export ihan onl, i:esulted ii. a ded.: los,., .In; many ordcharci th, latbor questi6nis is ,lso beconi-ng a sei:. ous one, the .ratif demanded being ,. d ein .i sidered too 1.igh to alde of profit whil-t; in ·other cases no hlabor is forthcomi-ng at" all.' The. first?shipme t of apple.% anud pears to ;Germnaiy wvill b.e .sent. by the 'Rhineland on th'lie 18t!h iinst It is ex vected that somie 4,000 c0 cases of fruit will be&lt; senit awacy from Victoriu. this ...
KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
KITCHIT GARIDEX. '1 he cry weathlier, tholugh w ith O haingcs, .is not favoraible to good cultjiv; tioni, icvi with a good sp pply of w.atcr, :'nd veetables are n iconscieqvenieo sccIC aidl dec?a. The violent chlanges takling phclace in the temperature .have alsbo becnli a·ainst the .momr teinder: vegetables, -sucil is.: toi m oes, malrows,, cucumbers; : pUnp. kiUs; etc., and even Frcnich beans have .not -done- so well as usual, though tlie b~ain ffainily is Iundobtedly -thel staplo. veg. ableI at ::-.uch a .time df. tlhe .year.. No .pritato "houise, should lbe .without its little patch of. lin .diiiuiug the sunnuir. It is -a iVGfe-: t:6ble: eahiily cliltivated .'ci with .only' - :little 0 odinuary -care :givco a greater retainr to:tli.e space. 6ccupied thn any, otlher- kinil,. tlint is DProviding: the. pods ire 'all picked. ei:li)before they nmtuure, so as tb induoce tJii pilniut:o k':lccp on-beariug.:: Iioep picki ~g :ill pods off as' soon o.a.sool they re h:lrgo .:eeuuglh to iuse...
FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
L. OWlR GrAlRD'NN. - : :.(i Tlibitbibous planits iow iin bloom : sh~ould, ??, ebccasidoiialy watered at the roots diirin di -weathlier, or: the flowering season rwill be cur.ailMed The belladonndtlily (Amaryllis : Slbl laoa) a i-native of the :Wrest Indies, is 'at present dishlaying its: beautiful 'bl6oms Tlhe flowers of this species are. very variable,, both as rregards size and color. In one form the flowers rare almost white, whilsOt in others: they vary f0rom red to purple, and all are. perfumed. The Sbelladonnia lily -vill thrive in good ordinariy garden ssoils. The bulbs. may be: plantedi under suitable weather conditions in iMarch aiid April. Tlhe Brunsvigias, whici are closely allied to tlihe belladonna, are strikingly: handsome. Splants particularlS B Josephineae. and :B SMultiflora. :This planti is indigenous' to 'Southl Africa. The stout floivering stems: of -the plants are suirmounted by numerous lagefu elshed funel-sha flowers, mostly red :or scarlet. * _ :Another beaut...
INVALID PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
INV'ALT PENSIONS; A total of 19,353 inval'ld pensions havy. biee granted since the Act came into ope ration. Thore have been 3238 deaths, whilo 797 nencions have been' cancelled, leavingo 15,318 pensions at present in force-. These iinvclve a fortnightly paymenit of .15,000 Last June the total of invalid pensions payable was. 13,739. The details cf invalid pensions isseed' to dat areo as under: Canceila State. .Gralted. RIc.jcted. Deaths. tioni N' S; . -... 7838 1578 1289 .426 Victor a. ... 5680 '333 1107. 1SS Q'sland :.. 2216 658 304 87 1 A'9. :.. 1369 245 .,225. ,54 W. Aus ... 777 207- 74 24 Tasmania ... 1464 226 239 '39 Total .. 19,353 4.247 . 323~ : 707:; There .ere- 368 applications for pensio'o, till under cc.nsideration when the returu was rnado out.
DAIRYING NOTES. CREAM GRADING IN ALBERTA, CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
DAIfYING NOTES - R1tE&AM GRADINC IN ' ....ITA" CA4NADA. SWriting to. "Ilouid-- Dairynian.. "W., ',D: Tait, ol' Al;-; Caiiina', sas W-4-hai.t lhais been referred to as "the most phienonmeial 5fuccess ever attaiined in cream grading by nny creamery in the piov?lnce", -is thait of which larry 1t'Initosh, britter-niakei of Cardston creamery iin. Alberta, cain. boit~. iMr. L'Intosi fbega.n- gridinfig his: cream late in the summer, and in less than: four. ionths lie had reaclhed tlihe top .:notchli for Alberta creameries . His shipments to the P)rovincial Goverinment, which ]hindled the, summer's outllut from Caidseton :sholiwed: a gradual rise :fiom: ndothing to % 95: per Cent.. in simecias '2.5 :in firsts 'mmmnd1 2.5 i i seconds. This was done in abu?t th~f?'e and a half nionth.?.: : ; :;.. .: At the. conventioi ofl eameryinen, lie d at Olds on 21st November, Mr. MlIntoslh waso o of tlih jeaklei?S He ::said tAlinat secod grade butter was a drug on the mar1 ket, and i wd it would...
OLD AGE PENSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
OLD AGE PENSIONS. Of old age pensioners, there were ·6,546 receiving the benefits of the Act whoe_ the fiaures were iade up"to 30th Janua?r, 4s comlpared with 82,943 last June. TIn all, 118,440 have been grannted, but deaths ~numberit,' 27,66j5 and cancella?tions amount ing to 4229, have reduced the totil to th~t given. The details ,are as follow: Cancelea State. Grantcd. Re1ejcted. Deaths. tions. N.S.W. .... 43,577 3579 10,129 1326 Victoria, ... 37,600 1745 9,703 1507 Qs'lnrnd ... 15,726 2080 3,211 9J96 . :Au. ;... 10,913 694 2,40)3 330 .W. Aus ... 4,754 505 850 . 106 Tdasumania.:. 5;870' 310 1,369 162 Total ... 118,440 8913 27,665 - 4229 Over 700 new applications for ppusions are now under consideration.
FARM & GARDEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
GENEIRAL. _February month has come in with its Lisuallv warm weather, and days of faitly. regular heat are being experiencedl. .The 1iast week has .witnessed a more thaini usual: lv lengthened iieriod or fairly hot days, t;hough the unighlt -withlr one or twb excep tions, have been iool and pleashant.: Cart inP in of wheat isin some;districts :still: being actiively arrie 'on. It . is: quite iossible, however;. that the: waterside -trou bles will have siome effect upoli the quan titv of wheat ueing scint to the seaside, as the reffusal dof: thb workers to work over time 'iSleading to the piling :up: of stocks owino to the sliips being unable to. geft. away with theirL loadings, and if the ac cnunlation: of w heaft at -.poprts becomes ss irent as to caiseo conigestio, it mnust affect deliveries by. iaial as well as -stacking.g -it countryv railwhay stations and comnpel owners to keel n whcat- back .on .their .farimis. AI though the e:,aithci continues to keep: dry: conditions :ini th...
GARDEN CITIES. LECTURER VISITING AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
GAREN CITIES. , LECTULTRER VISITING AUSTR ALIA. The Mayor of Bendigo (Cr. Andrew) has received a circular letter from Sir Ralph Neville, uresident of the Garden Cities and T'own ,Planning Association, London, in reference to a proposal of the association to send a town planner to Australia and New Zealand during the current year to deliver lantern lectures in the principal centres and towns. The British Associa tion for the Advancement of Science, it was stated, had invited Mr. W, R. D)avidge, F.S.I., A.RI., B.A., A.M.I.C.E. (London County Council) to deliver addresses before them, whilst in Australia in Augutst next. The Garden Cities and Towni Plannin- As sociation therefore was preparing to ar range for a series of lantern lectures sub sequent to the meeting of the Briti.h Asso ciation. These lectures will be undertaken conjointly by Mr. Davidge and Mr. Charles C. Reade, who during the past two years has given many addresses in Great Britain on behalf of the association in its ed...
EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
" EGG? LAY I N CO MiP ETITION. Jl re ieil1s of the0 leadling peus' iii tho thir;d ce,-lnl!igi compeptition, beifig cdiidicdt - iat ..i.,rnley, for thw?week &lt;inidcd on 'Frii dayt ' 30tli Januial'y, w-o 'a ffollo~,s.-?-:-?T To Ownier. Bir Wed Vek Datb. , II. GIill .. ...,...LW T- 29 -1352 C. .T. ?'oat t ... ... . L\ . .34 :". . 15 8Spot'Ioti ood . LL 'f 124 316o11-itk.]!os- . .. ':,r;... - IV]L. 3'': 1 "!1'56 i I" Bride ., W.L. I. ( 1242 'Phirkell and umaith :...., W.L.'; 29 . . 12.E "A G ;Swit'.it " .' ...,." :I-,' "L 0 I.1219 II 1'TKeiizie .. . ... .W.L. 38 -21 T _.Pcttigove ..i. . tW.TL'·. 33 :1-20o1t CI. 13, .?etlesmicier ... .I.. 33 1183 •Eggs ida.ily.-24th Juanuary, 261 .ia.1-2t,h, 254,; 26t!i, 236; 27tli, 230,;- 28t1h ;246..;: 2ith, 2206;: .301h, 233. . : To~tl:b 1688: ' -: :
TRAPPED ON RAILWAY LINE. HELD FAST UNTIL KILLED BY AN ENGINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
TRAPPED ON RAILWAY LINE. IILD FAST UNTIL KILLED BY AN .ENGINE. The plight of a railwayman' whose foot was caught in the metals, which held him fast until an engine struck him, was' de scribed in the Battersea -Coroner/s Court (London) on the 22nd December. The man was Thomas James Brickett, aged 18, a waggon greaser, who worked in the Brighton Railway's goods yard at Battersea. George Hyatt, a railway fireman, stat ed that on Saturday morning, the 20th December, he was on ,his engine in the yard, and saw Brickett walking in t:e 6ft. way. He heard some whistles blown, and turned away, but on looking again he saw Bric kett being run over by an engine attached to some trucks. One' of the man's feet was wedged be tween ,the ordinary rail and the check rail. Brickett seemed to lose consciousness when he found himself in danger. Dr. C. M. .Flyde, who. was called to the yard, said he found Brickett still breathing but unconscious. He died within three or four minutes. Bot.h his legs were b...
ROCHESTER IRRIGATION. NANNEELLA ESTATE VISITED. Rochester, 5th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
ROCHESTER IRRIGATION. NANNEELLA ESTATE VISMTED. (iBy Our Special Rhe)ortor.) ]Locliester, 5th February. Another land-sceekeis excursion; promoted `iv the State Uivers and Wci ter Supply Commission.' accompanied by Miessi·S Deth ridre (coImmissioneCr), Moore, : lassett, Sharpec and. l.oy (olliciils), arni ed hcereo to dayiv, anil during the afternoon iispected the Nanneella settlement There .wereO.10t. in the party, and all manner of vehicles, . From the latest type of motor toa .lumber in' waggon, were used for transpoit.-. To the IRochester people several motors and lorries and gigs were loaned free of charge. Tiochestcr business men shrewdly appreo ciat, the value of the irrigation movement to the town, anid they are alwaysC reiady to help in its eotension. It is known to the o?ffieiale that many who avail themselves of the.cheap fares on these occasionis :airo more truly excursionists than land-seekers, bitt there is always a leavening of earniest men, and the proportion this tri...
LATE LORD STRATHCONA. MUNIFICENT CHARITABLE BEQUESTS. £200,000 FOR MONTREAL COLLEGE. LONDON, 2nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
.LATE" LORD STRATHCONA. MUrNIFIC~ENT CHARITABLL BEQURSTS. £200,000 FOR MONTREAL COLLEGE. LONDON, 2nd .February. The will.of the late Lord Strathcona haas been lodged for probate purpose&. - The late High Commissioner left his S'ot tish estate and £500,000 to .the heirs suc ceedinp to the title. The residue was be oueathed 1o his daughter (who has become Lady Strathcna in her own right),, sub jiect to many 14gacies to educational, chari- ' tahle and religious institutions. The bet ouests in this respect include £200,000 for the Victoria College at Montreal, and £100,000 each to the Victoria Hospital at Montreal and Yale (U.SrA.) University.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
I 4, -' I/~ r ''tw' Ar ±-~7 I~ O , ~t~-i~a ~ ·~ ~, " c ~ 4 TheBest t The BEST Engine or Machi:e may COST a little MORE at the outset, but long before it is done with it will have proved itself MUCH THE "CHEAPER. One of the most Familiar illustrations of this Truth is l-Hornsby Mranufactures i?hich are of the Highest Grade, especially Renowned for Lasting Qualities and Absolutely Economical. , Oil Engines, Stationary and Portable :, Petrol Engines, Stationary and Portable It is easy to forget what you paid for a Good Engine but the Cost of an Inferior Engine is ever on your memory: _ Hornsby's Gas Engines and "Suction Gas Plants Highcst QOality. Greatest Efficiency. The Standard of the World. S•On Top for all Power Purposes. R. HORNSBY & SONS LTD. Melbourne. Sydney and Brisbane L - - - I~~~ .,, g'Im C~·~ ','F--L---·----- ---=r
SANATORIUM RACE MEETING. FIRST DAY. SIR GEORGE REID ATTENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SANATORIUM RACE MEETING. S FIRST DAY. SIR GEORGE REID ATTENDS. It was a worthy motive which prompted Sthe holding of a race meeting in aid of the funds of thJo endigo Consumptive Sana torium, wircli is to be crected at Spring Gully. The idea was suggested to the Ben digo Jockey Club by the Mayor (Cr. D. An diew) and Dr. II. E. Jackson. The Mayor has been an enthusiast in the movement for the erection of the Saiatorium, and has all along been chairman of the Sana torium committee. The committee of the Jockey Club undertook to run the meet ing, and to give the use of the racecoureo for the occasion. Difficulty was experienced in securing suitable dates, and two years have passed sirce application was made to the V.R.C. for the -fixing of the time for: a two days' meeting. The meeting was opened Wednesday on the racecourse at Ep secm. 'Unfortunately, an excekediag'j hot cay was ea'ountered, and %wo:thly as was tJ?e object of the effoit, thi weather. mili. tited against its succe.a\: al...