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SNOWBALLING IN FRANCE. CHILDREN KILLED BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SNOWBALLING' IN FRANCE. CHILDREN KILLED BY LIGHTNING. - ?On;, the 7th January, at Moulin-sur-Allier, in France, there w<ras a thunderstorm, which 'was one of the most beautiful sights irmagin able. Thunder rolled and lightuing" flashed for nearly an hour over a snow-covered land ca0o, and the lightuing, flashing blue and forked in the. driving snow, was a sight not to be forgotten. . A boy of 16 and a girl of 413.'were killed by lightning as they, were° throwing snow. balls.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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GIRL SHOT AT A DANCE. WIFE TAKES REVENGE ON THE AGGRESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

GIRL SHOT AT A DANCE. WIFE TAXES REVENGE' ON THE SAGGRESSOR. Sara Gindotti, a young girl, was' shot 'dead, on the 15th.December in her- father's house at Aquilla, in Italy, 'while dancing at her birthday party. Ernesto Ugaldi, who had justt retririhed from America, had.been informed. that his wife, accompanied by an::adniirer, \ws. at tending the gathering.: Ho' eniteredi: the ballroom, and, seeing the girl who slight ly resembled his' wife, he shot her. During the panic which followe:1;Ugaldi's wife, . who had beei min an 'idjoining room in .donversation with: thel parents of the victim, made her', aprearance. Snatching the still smoking ..revolver from her. hus band's hands, she fired at him, exclaiming, "You are a murderer; and shall died the death of one." The man fell seriously .wounded, and was taken, to the prison infirmhary ·by two gen darmes; His vife;: who -was. an intimate friend of Sara :IGindotti;,.has lost'her rea soil.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. STREET VACUUM CLEANER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ITEMS OF INTERESt. STREET VACUUM CLEANER. It is just as important to keep down dust when sweeping streets as it is when sweeping houses, and even more so, be cause street dust is heavily laden with disease germs which are a constant menace to passers-by and particularly to the street swqepers. A machine has just been per. -fected which works somewhat on the prin ciple of the smaller household vacuum cleaners. The dirt and refuse of the sur face over which the machine travels is gathered by rotating brushes and then by pneumatic power is sucked or lifted finto conduits, where the heavier parts of the refuse are extracted and dej:osited in closed: receptacles. The fine dust which it has been impossib!e for mechanical sweep ers as heretofore 'devised to dispose of is carried onward in closed conduits and wet ted don ? so that it may be taken off in the form of silt. By .actual tests recent ly ,made -under ;the most adverse conditions this.sweeper has.shown its ability to clean in 'an l...

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SHIP'S CAPTAIN DROPS DEAD AFTER A COLLISION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SBJP'S CAPTAIN DROPS 'LE3AD AFTh!E A COLLISION. There was a tragic aeqgiel to a .:ollision between two vessels in the Bristgl .Channel on Christmas morning, for the, captain of one of th Is dropped dead on the bridg, """ Pedersen, of ..the st ea, bel 'i to Christiania. Sal al. Norwegian. ves c collision in. the o ojint, the Gaea do in a w and the lTheresedal haviu . or-ward starboard side scraped. Both vessels came to anchor in Barry Roads, and a doctor boarded the Gaea, but - 'ou -examination of Captain Pedersen .he could only say that death was duie to heart f-ilure, caused by the' shock and excite. mont.

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FIFTY-FIVE YEARS IN BED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

* IFTY-FIVE -YI ARiS IN BEDD Madamie; Lecauxi w?hiio died att NNouvion, in Prance. on ,th:19th ?December, at the aoe of 75 years-, went,' to i:bed .3- years ago and declaried that she would never get. up :.Thelre was nothing, at all the matter =with her- except the dislike for getting- up, but soe kep?lihr wobrd, iind died without having p;t her ifoot :.io 'the- gromird fur more. jthan 'ihalf :ti' century.

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RIOT AT A BALL. [?]STS, GLASSES AND REVOLVERS. 20 PERSONS INJURED. BRUSSELS, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

? nnm ? ? nn nma, mnanai .- - - RIOT AT A BALL. PISTS, GL'A.SSE.S AND ,REVOLVERS. 20 PERPýSON?S INJURE~D. BRUSSELS, 17th February. A?.f icy d.ere ball given last night at C?ii·elesle, :Hainaut province, by the locai Balloon .Olub. caine to an unlooked for and 'disgr:aceftil termin~ation. :The 'i.award of thoe rizes for the: bcef, costuinmes lad .to heated arguments betwccu tao ine?, ;.and : these. altercations developed iiito a ivildc riot. 'Th: ladies fled from the balliroon in terror. ,whilo the nien fought wvith, their.fists,: glasses,. -and any available wcapon., zinchiidifig ?:re-iolv?rs.. Wlibh;"n.,rcod lh ]..ad-- been restored it '.s foutiid thati t:w«'ity . persons had been i. jtirada ibld vto if' them are int a criti.-al co:iditicni Plulisohn1hers la e ma. y rjeu bu v-rip~tat

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The NOVELIST [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER XX. (Continued.) THE PENALTY OF RASHNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.? THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY, BY SIPe WILLIAM MIAGNAY, BT., Author 'of "The IeTr'ess of the Season," "The, Rled Chancellor " "The -Master Spirit," Etc. CHAPTERi :-X (Continued.) THIa PENALTY OF.: RASHNESS. "Yes, at 'last we have` it,', Jurby said betw2en his sct teeth, as iie ,.whipped oat a revolver. "Ndw, M?r. Crofton,; if your life is lo be woith five minutes'-. purchaL; you had better tell -us: straight,. exactly what .Rolt thinks he knows of - us. -We have a train to catch, so 'I can only. give you three minutes to speak out." It was a critical situation for me, and I was not so blind wvitk rage and dioglist as not to be aware that', these were desper ate men in deadly earnest. Even then uppermost in nmy aniud. was a. now pretty sure convictio:i that poor Gelstcn had met. -with foul. play. " And it must have becuc that certain conclusion, that made me ianswer, with, rash fearlessness,' "Without being in .Rolt's confidence, ,I should say he knows you for the men ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

?[ r WHAT MAN WORKS LIKE A WOMAN? What man is there who works so hard as the woman who stays at home and looks after the house? Her work ib never done, what with the cooking, washing, scrubbing, dusting and runiinlg up and down stairs. It ia this con stant strain that hinders the kidneys, and makes women nervous, irritable and despondent. Doan's Backache Kidney PillU bring the kidneys new strength help them to filter the blood properly, and drive out of the body the liquid poisons which cause such complaints as dropsy, gravel, Bright's disease, back. ache, lumbago, nervousness, sleeplessness. dizziness, and other disorders... And your cure will be a Lastiung One, as the case given here proves. -" Doan's Backache Kidney Pills SCURE TO STAY CURED. A BENDIGO WOMAN'S EXPERIENCE. COAN'S GENUINE Mrs. W. Bice, 185 Victoria-street, Iron bark, Bendigo, ?ays:-"Since my illness, BACKACHE DOAN'S three years ago, I have had continual backache, besides suffering from severe head-' EFFECTED aches ...

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AERIAL RACE ROUND WORLD. ABANDONMENT URGED. NEW YORK, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

AERIAL RACE ROUND WORLD. A: AN: DONMENT URGED. I NEW YORIK; 17th February. The. -Aerorautical Society has urged thda the propocd aeroplane race round the wcrld, ior which the Amcrican Acreo Club au'.ouneed that it would give a prize of £24,000, should b6e abandoned. The society thinks such a journey impracticable at present. and it urges that a transcontinen tal race should be substituted. There is no politician who is worth his salt who would not make an infinitely better living at a suitable trade or profession taan he is. ever likely to make in politics.--Mr. Lloyd George.

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OUR MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

GUR MINES. In a few instances the gold returns .on Saturday set up a high standard, and the total of 4183oz. 16dwt. is very satisfactory. Conspicuous amongst the principal contri butprs was the New Chum Goldfields Comn uiany, with tha very fine retui'n of, 513oz., the product of ,the. week's milling of 282 tons. ' Great Extended ustler's also ex. called with a yield of 389oz. 13dwt. from a trushinef of 292 tons. Lanscll's Little 180 had the good return of /358oz. 17dwt., and filled third place. Other principal returns Were:--Johnson's Reef, 233oz.1-l5dwt.; South Ne w'v Moon; 193oz. 2dwt.; Central Pled White and Blue, 165oz.. 4dwt.; ' Golden Pvke, 148oz. 1?dwt.; United: Rustler's: and SRedan, 1.280oz.: ,Lansell's Sandhurst, 118oz. S3dwt.: Ironhark, 117oz. '5clwt.; Virginia, lOSoZ/.,2dwt.'; 'nd Carlisle, 103oz. 4dwt. Two dividends were declared, namely, New Chlum Goldfierds, 1/ (£'1600 /.nd United Hustler's and Rcdan, 1/ (.'107815/).

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RULE IN THE HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

RU~yTLE IN *'THE HOME,;.-*/ timisra, -in .ai iecant speech dissented .from die view that yo lhng Astralians are cwant rin in ravence towairds. their uciners Sirt Gs seveiy.: should bhave roe authority on I some ubjwhaect, tgaion The son ofav Scotch clergy-se matn-ole shoSul{ it not rikther kbe minister It is qite strue that th te w ais bougiteen pin ti pldin ao d subbrnlyao ay, suppcing edt oatmest porridg eera y adfmorning, and I sayigerti hia iayers every night,e to mientionh nothing hof e;*lonixc sceainds, ofthey dteShorter si athe chisnmon^ Sundays; .Such a tinininig'would: of .tsef jusi frwardfy 'n man tiy .areonly, eel as ::i dictator' inc the propei 'rear o?csit iilnd ,as: bad.:-anflex.rene')i..:]:c?"::1?:-7i?i! :?:;:;!!.:. reii 'ms?'-ere itb.ostoi ed fro th"esuspicion thai: 'vits severity; may have prejudiced^ limnisome wamblet aotatit aid i facuse r Georg of asyshav 'i l'^ittle; lessSimSai~tanlikeliko in' r. dotu ingt: bis qute true that' those tiwho htaie bcef Skepf materd...

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TWO BOYS DROWNED. Sydney, 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

W, ,: -TO BOYS DROWNED. .Sydney,- .2nd February. llonald .tairley, aged 14,>: and William Overton ,16. wliile bathing unear Manly to day. were carried out to sea. Two wouild be rescueIrs had a, narrow escape. The lads were ~wo hours in the water blefdre their bodies .i'ere iecovered. THE BENDIGONIAN. PUBLISHED EVEBz TUOSDAT MOBRPIN L 3ENDIGO.; TUES'DAY, FEB. 21. 1914.

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CARRIED OUT TO SEA. MAN AND BOY. BOTH DROWNED. Wellington, 22nd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

CARRIED OUT :TO SEA. : MAN A?ND OoY. BOTH DLO WNFD - - Wellingtoni, 2niid February. A double bathing fatality ,occurred=. at Green DHills?:y in jthe So'tl, Island, todlay IA ? boy :??med "Soair aged ]"17;vwas ?carried seaw ard llby t?e undertoW. Mr. .Gallowavy a physical instiructoi, ai : a istrong swim meci; ::wentl to _ his assistance and reached him,-k tt iw~s -unable ,to save :him. 'Both were carried out to sea anda drowned.

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ROCK TAKEN FROM EYE. MINER'S BRAIN LACERATED. MEDICAL MEN INTERESTED. Fremantle, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

SICK TI K% tRO M . EYE, MINER'S BRAIN: LAC.IRATED. ' MEDIC.&L .`MEN NTERESTED. I i;Fremahtle, 18th :February:. Joseph Anderson,: a young . West Austra lian miner,:l has:: just` retarned: fom- London, after: haviing iqundergoune :an amazrnug :opera, tion. Over 12 :'montis -ag6o,~ a ,result off an exilosio i `i?? the ki9stral minne;, Ka'L aoorlie ?.a ;ace of rock 1 i finclies by 1 inch, becaniiie: eiilwdded irin thc orbit o, the left ove: It:lodged -in the porcuis hoie of 'thei skull and tore th rough the dur' "imate', onio of -tli6 coveringsý'-of the rbrain, -lacerat inP, the brain itself., : Surgeons iat :SI :Bartholomew's IHospital, in Londbon succeeded ,in reinovi'ng the rock. The e'ev:e had to be puiilled; downwarids ';an: out ,wards toi.ds the ]'eft year, ad even then so ldrge .s :tlh1`e frgmentet that there was. the'. 'hreatest difficulty ,ini withdrawiing it through thi: orbit: A"lthough his brain must hav?e tbeon conhideribly. laceraied? An ders6n suffers no. :hieadac...

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LINER ON ROCKY SHOALS. HELPLESS IN A BLIZZARD. 400 PASSENGERS ON BOARD. NEW YORK, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

LINER ON IiROCKY SHOALS: IH I LESS IN A- BLIZZARDf'?.: 400 PASSENGERS ON. BOARD.U T NEW ,YORK-, 17th February. The r'Tabl Steramishi'p Compahy's trans. A: tlatici lin er Roina : (5291 -tons); frobm Iia 'cilc 1s;L o IBostoni wýith 409q passengerR on board.. was driven ishiore: in a ilizzard on tlihe rocl. shoals 'of No Mai s Land, oft the 'coast. of :'IMassacus .tts. : i response .to wireless calls for aid, . itcd t.ths.ts .'revcnui ctters were de'patelied -but, a.:latoer frag ianitarv, wireless niessage, stated "that, the. .' . omri:had been. refloated, ~although :'in; U"la'rinvged"; condi tiorn. No M'-an's Lnd is a dai ge?fovs island, and: it is' :believed tha 1- only the direction oi;the aT.e enabled tbo Ronm?a to ?•escape, Show v-'e ",h· thou art- ivith?, andd :I 'will,:. tell thlee .vhat h hou ar't .-C.?vante:' - ,. . , , "" · ?! " :. : .- .;'' · "" - ' . " :° " ., . , '. > .. : ; , . :) v " ;, ?,? ? ?

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ORCHARD IRRIGATION. NEW METHOD AT HARCOURT. MR. J. H. LANG'S ENTERPRISE. Harcourt, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

:ORCHARDI IRRIGATION. .NE. METHOD T HARCOURT. MP R. .J: I:. LANG'S :ENT ERPRISE: `, . . H::: arcourt, :18th lieiruatry. tIriTatioit tha l bee:nl i greot l? Ioadlto l?is district, ;but ;t e m:ethods off dist~ixbitioni? haic, not er iii?,d Iiilic ;since tile. ilcptio_ of the oliblin 'ischeme E ' e system 'onimonly ti optdc' iea to ruii the wavte in one main cli inie onlolit ·the outlt .plpiio iti. the erace ola the highest piit j oi f hie or: ha?rd, tli. w"vatir then'. being dir tteitd iint, simaller ones about two or three feet away froan the tiees Th'lis ie ins ihe cices pist :hiich thi v.iiw't?r iunse`g ietiimore thair their sharel '?his'iisystci is. also :folloawe? I swlie, the water is pumied to the highest_. point and 'listributed. Last sea'soit Mir. 1J. H La - installed ia mentheo of wwaterinig kinown as the Ninriinn systen andtl it ha's give-i eiertil satisfactioni. Mr. Lan coisiders thit?? .this system is sauited to :the' district,? itnd it oice -adopted would be ='adhered4, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

lThe Bs ilI Sa BetaYs the Cheapest The BEST Engine or Machinenay 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 Hornsby Manufactures which" 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 EnginA is ever on your memory. Hornsby's Gas Engines and Suction Gas Plants Highest Quality. Greatest Efficiency. The Standard of the World. On Top for all Power Purposes. ' R. HORNSBY & SONS LTD. Melbourne. Sydney and Brisbane OlE WAy D'c Cul+.ivaior G. & G.sso This" One Way " Implement will cut into and thoroughly surface pulverize almost the hardest of soils leaving a good fine tilth for the seed: It is far better than ordinary Disc Harrows as it is lighter ...

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THE NEXT COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

THE, NEXT COMPETl7TION. The following r ro thei rulcs and Qoudi tics .of the foiurth cgg-laying con petition at Burulcy School of Horticulture, 1914" 15 : 1. The competition will cxtend from 15ti April, 1914, to 14th April, 1915 (both"eday. inclusive), except as provided for by 'Ralf 2 Competitors should deliver their birdi at the'o urn'.ey School not later than Tues, d?.y. 14th April. Any birds received 'prioi to that date must be in coops large enough to accommcdate, them until that date. Ait birds sent by rail should be consigned tc B-urnlcy railway station. 2.. After the termination of eleven niolithl: of. thel competition, and upjon due notic' bcing given all birds other than thoic whicir ii. is considered indicatce the poissi hilityv of winning a prize, shall be .wn drawn. 3. Entries must be lodged on :or befcore 1st iarch, 1914, with the Ekports Superin ilndent. L605-7 '.Flinders-street, Melbourne; accompl'aied by an entry fee of l1/'11 n o':.Ih entry The department ::reserve...

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OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa.") The much-wished-for change in the n-eather has taken place ?and now everyone is" desirous of the cooi winds keeping up long enough to lower .he temperature in side the house as well as outside.. .Bcndigo is still empty of many of its citizens, aao. there is little temptation ,to go outside one's own home. The picture shows are almost the only form of enter tainment, and these are crowded nightly. These open-air shows can be made very pic turesque, and the Tivoli, with its palms, creepers, and coral-colored geraniums, draws big audiences every night. Among those who have returned are Mr. and Mrs. Mendoza and Miss Doris Mlendoza, Mrs. M'Cormick, Mrs. Connell and her daughters, and Mrs. Myer with her little son. This week Miss Dorothy Cohen leaves for Melbourne, and at the end of the week Miss Eadie joins her mother, who is still a. nay in Melbourne. On Friday night Miss Eunice Watson act. ed as hostess to the Ping Pong Club, and as the night was warm,...

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VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitors a.t the Hote]l Sham rocd: for the pa.t week cosisted of Mr. Oliver Blagney, Brighton; Mr.. E. G. Hall, St. Kilda; Mr. Ritchie, Sydney; Mr. and Miss Clayton, Balaclava; Dr. A. W*. linder, Wredderbur1 ; ir. Myles O'Brien, Kerang; M?. N. White, Camber well; Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Carr, Swan Hill; Mr,-N. :¼,. " 4 Iolm, Sydney; Mr. Go.. don Ea ton, .43. Caulfield; D1r. IT.. minb. lii.g, Koroig: ?ae; Mr. W'Henury, Neew York; Mr. and Mrs. Georg.e Maxwell, Iew; fr. J. Edwairds, South ,1asha ; u Mr. and Misses Ha,"., Kamarooka. Mr. A. A Samuels. Sandringham; .SIr. A. Goldie, Goornong: .Mrs. L.. Mneller and children, St. Kilda M "r.. J. Mi(ay~ , Windsor; Mr .G. I-I. Brown 'Toorak; Mr. Lempriere, lHaw. thorn; and also Mr. Davies, Mr. Home. Mr. Justice cHedges, Mr. Mason (associate), Mr. I. Martin (sheriff), Mr. Gurtner (Crown Prosecutor), 1Mr. Donald Olark, Mr. F Ware, Mr. D. Fitzgerald, Mr. Bainford Mr. H. P. Smith, Mr. D. Sutherland,, Mr.. E. Mann, all o...

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