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NITROGENOUS MANURE. RESULT OF ANALYSES. FORMATION OF COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
NITROGENOUS MANURE. RESULT OF ANALYSES. FORMATION OF COMPANY. Since the recent "publicatibn in '"' The Bendigonian thit a ' broad and deep i~nu , of nitrogenous ma. nure had been discovered near Dromana, farmers and other users of manures have been making many inquiries as to *further developments. The syndicate is being en larged into a company known as "'The Natural Nitro-Lime Company, and, as pre viously stated, the headquarters will be in Melbourne. .About 50 samples were recently obtained from as many parts of the basin, and each hole was. far separated from the other. The w~lole six. of the, samples were bulked, and analysed by a disinterested and, com ipetent party, and with the most satisfac tory results. The analyses showed that the material contained nitrogen as highl as 2.73 per cent., lime from 23 per c2nt. to 32 per cent., phosphoric acid and potash, and r high percentage of organic nlitter. On these figui, es the material has a 'substan tial coimmercial value. Just now...
BURIED BY AVALANCHE. BENEATH 1000 TONS OF DEBRIS. PROSPECTOR AND FAMILY PERISH. VANCOUVER, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
BURIED BY AVALANCHE. BENEATH 1C00 TONS OF DEBRI.-S. J.r.OSPECTOR AND FAMILY PERiSH. .VANCOUVER, , 19th .February. Advices from Valdez,. in Alaskh, report that a great 'avalanche swept down the,. Key Canyon and caiight a prospector named "BbrglandL, together with his .wif and little son. The ill-fated trio wore 'buripd be. neatbh 100 tons o[f snow. and debris. WhiTh on. a:journey' in the iliterior of. Alaska the tUnited States, .Telegraph: Signal Corps .nar. raowly escaped a similar fate. IIn fact, one nan. was buried, but he was rescued in the, nick of time. A relief corps was de spatched to the Hey Canyoi, but it could fid no traot of thi Borgland family.
TERRIFIC EXPLOSION. HEARD 40 MILES AWAY. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED. TIMBER BLOWN FIVE MILES. LONDON, 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TERRIFIC EXLFOSION. HEARD 40 MILES AWAY. EIGHT PERSONS KILLED. TIMBER BLOWN FIVE MILES. LONDON, 20th February. A-' terrific explo1ion occurred in Nobel's mixing-house at Ardecr last night. It causedi terrible havoc to the factory. Seven persons were killed. The explosiou was heard 40 miles away. LONDON, 20th February. Details have now reached London of the aplalling explosion at the mixing-house at :he works of Nobel's Explosives Co. Ltd., at Ardeer, in Ayrshire. The building contained 6000 pounds of gelatine, and, the explosion is believed to .have occurred while some of it was being. conveyed from the building. There was an C awe-inspiring roar, and when the smoke .and dust had subsided the structure had .vanished, absolutely blown to fra:iemcnts. Seven men who were inside the building were blown to pieces. *Four workmen outside were severely in. ?lred, and one of them has since succumbed. Four other men had miracu loins escapes. The report of the explosion vwas heard 40 miles awa...
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
Despite ;the i'heat Go Wednesday,' the Con gregatiodilists. played , the', ?olden-square Metlhocdist B::t'earm on the court of the lat te%~;i' : e.; isitors .rroyed victorious by five g?'anme's tt::fernoo w;tea'was Provided by the I 'ladies of t: hom 'ihiio ciub. ! Scores :-1?ixcd Doubles M) MAiamouney aind Miss Ruby Janmees (G S.) beat ('olvling .and Miss 13B. Dunn (C.), 6-4 and W. Brown and Mis., -M.xrtini (C.),; 6-4 and?:1'ost :to. Nieman and M-rs.. Langford :4-.6 :, R EPers and Miss P:. Trewern .GS.): beat ..°. Brown and i.ss Martin. (C..) 6 5, and .lost- to Cow. 'linagcand Miss B.:D iin (C.), 5--6, and Nie n:.inn .anA Mi\rs. .:Lagforid (C~), 2--6; W. PRetlard and Miss D. IIodSre (G.S" . ) beat W·. _i own. anrd-, Miss :arti: . (C), 6-o, and lost to Cowlinmg and Miss B. Dunn" (C.), 5---b, and to . Niemaun and' Mrs. Langford (C.), 0--6G e G ntlentlem ',s' Doubles-Messrs: Brown and. Cowling (C.) oeat. Messrs. AW.. Petharct and .M iMamouney (G.S.), C-- . Ladies Dcu'bles-,Misses. D. ...
SATURDAY PENNANT. SOUTH BENDIGO BEAT BENDIGO No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
,:S TURDAY PENNANT. - SOUTH: BENDIGO 'BI ATT B INDIGO No. 1. An eujoydlile and" excitin mg.- atch, was' witnessed .on thlie Ieiidigo.. green on atur' day;, when" .the, LBeindigo No. 1 team `met Southli Bo-C.di;o in th'-. Saturday,. pennant, com~phtitidfii.: : The green .was iun good ordr,' •and sinmfiue' bowlhng? was iitinessed. Scores Soluth :1endigo- 41. ?ic: S1l?ttery, Wrd, Laidlri' .. :1 . -:-7 SCowling,; .'ixster,1.uB lai '- ( ardner ;. ' .' 17 :MBendig2-4. Jen? in, Dungoy, Bomsselmann,. Harvey 0 Di. J.; ir Byd tiritch, Sclc . J. BER ,N `DIGO Nop 2 i B AI' EAGLEHA'WK. These`~ tis met 6oii :the Eagloh'awk green on S:istidird, iand ajiteri'Ian iiterestin game the visitoros wnon:by l;th o narrow'v margin o. .3 poixtl:.. Tiogreen vas in. admirable order $nd thi :'visitolr hea tily congratu hitcd ,thli caretaklei (Mr :J. Stevens; upon the 1 exccllenn -, maiiner '.::n -lichl' the rinks. hiad been prepared.i The scores were: : Bendigo No:2-51. .: :Mioza, Dr Gree, J OClarlk, ,.: J.. C....
D PENNANT COMPETITION. BENDIGO (72) DEFEATED EAGLEHAWK (53). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
B PL PENNANT COOMVTITIQN, BENDIGO "(72) DEFEATED 'EAGLE .IHA.WK (53). Bendigo met Eaglehawik Wediljesda3 on the green of the formler, victory i;estiinl; wiitht the fBendigo team by 19: points. Th libest game ' on the three rinks was that played. by Tredinnick's teamn, v:hich, atglhounh well. opposed 'by Coake's teami, put up l a' score of 27. as oplposcd to the latter s 14. This was largely duo to some very fine howlinig on the part of the captain, Tredinnick, -who tiumo after time drew on the' jack nnd rob bed his appooncnts of 'poiiits.' He ivas also well supported by the members of his te~m. The following a~e the. scores:- Beirdigo--72. 'Milburn. 'Cowling; Sunderland," Honey bone ...... ..... 23 Robert;, Smalley, Bailey, Tredinnick 27 G.reen Harper, Cohen, Cohn ... ..... `2 Ea.glehawk-a-3. Enlnor, Hart, M'Cormick, Webster ... 21 Jane, Stevens, Matthewson, Coakes .... 14 Harris, Bartle.. Laycock, Trevean .. ...18 SOUTIH BENDIGO (88) DEFEAT ROCHES - , TER (53). - The South Bendigo ...
THE CARE OF CANDLES AND LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TIE = CARLE Oi CA. DLES AND LA3LPS To : tlihe counitry. resident: t?e.tlproblemn; or lightingr :the house . is always-. or;e or less :a Svexed one .Candles for .?general use airoe artistic: .hile lanps for, sewing, reading;. and :cooking are absol itely.. necessary:; There idre wia?s of oeconomising fin bur ing candiiles Lnfg candles aie -norie econioicali; tha.;n shor.t ones, as th t:sinal piece:tithat :goes, into the stick is only Swasted ;once. A truly ;: economical:` womani cani make candles front the. pieces, thait .are ief ?byf ineltiiig the 'tailo :: or vak, pick Ing Rout the pieces of wiclC:, anid ipouring. pto; vaper nmouldsi Caindlestilcks shouild,1 he ' attnded to each .: ::. day; ?leaned iand filled when necessary, andr th-tlcaiidle catiiged.'laout ? so lthat those. in .a p"airiof sticks: should b.e kept the same. 1;lugli i: "t:i Bass.€ candlesticks should :be rolished .twice? a weekl: and glass ones v:ý-ished. every,- any. Ii the: candles are re . mov i ed andithe .:sti...
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
ANSW??EI S TO COI RESPONDENTS. "E'.W."--1. snmple cue l'or bee oir wasp stings is :to paint the affected part wvith ashinlg blue. : .:'The. best_ lotion.i to' use fo1 .:wev'ak/ or:infla ed .eyes is boracidlo. tion Yoi eani In'akte -it yourself- by `ais. soli igo?one teaspoonful: of: boracic powder; t iL?-incupful of boiling wvater. 'When oldl,: striain it through .muslin and bottle it
DON'T BE TOO EARLY TOO OFTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
DON'T BE TOO EARLY TOO OFTEN l We hear; much denunciation of te e opl who are alwa"s late. for their appointmentbi But there is an iunpunctuialitj whicih `eoil sistý .in being too ea ly. "I .have a dear ol fiiefid; ia iimaden ladly," saidda: enieal woma:n .;of the; world: "She is viry severe ; on tadiitness, and as a consecquence is is mich dreaaced ;}byiherrela tives. I't is ot Iteasyt pe ~rsido people that there ,is anay dvantaogae in being t railwayv stations an hour bef oro the rcachini cduncli B.lefore the doors Sopen, or arrivin at rthe sce= of a social gathering before tlrthe siostee, his inisli ler toileti "'These aire some of my,. fraend s:. practices,; and sh.e is" so inconscioits of the annioyance: she causes thalt she regarrds, he premap tiiu.? ness as a virtuie. If. a.iy~ine were ito? acc~usei her of unnunctuality _she ~oiould b: amaized l Yet she is .unpunctual in ;a ;il..wayt fliat:f often more exasFpra.tin; than u?ipuniictualit. of the ordinary kind."
ABOUT "BABY TALK." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
ABOUT "BABY. TALTA" - A child shoiuld never hear "baby talk' for it' onll bewilders the little brain that: is beginning feebly, but so bravely, tld.: work, and retards the process of articulate.: speech. A bab.wvho never hears anything::: but plaiiily-articutie .q- avqrds . will sneak much more quickly th i~' orre-'hose tender: brain has been .befuddled by baby talk ?t the very begiining of its education.-,:;:;
MINING NEWS REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
IREVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET.. The dealing. last week was distributed over a -reater variety of stoleks, but values on the whole were liot so firm. A notable feature wive the smart advance in New' Chum, Goldfields values. Several other stocks. .however, which were conspicuous 'in the p.receding' wck ,ihad a set back owing to sellers asserting themselves. S'The gold returns for the week were agar:. very Ratisfactory, aggregating 4183oz.: 16 dwt. --. OLD EK. Comp any. Yield. Week lTns.iloz. dt. ITnsloz. dt. Carlisl: i .;.. 37 103 41[ 266 57 2 Cath1erine- Reef Id 14Ud . - 8 2 11176 1ý 4 Ciitral fled Whitc and Blue... . ... 5601165 4 400 142 ' .Clareice United . .781 25 011148 '10418 Do.* (plates) .... .l -- 45 9 Constellation- ... .. 12 16 86 19 17 Co.. rnis United . . 91 40 8 0 46 '8 0 . Gaiden" Gully Ud. 1.201 32 '3 '.60 43 Golden ,,Age:.: .... 14-91 30 21 117 26, SGoldenP yke ...... 3101148 12 .240 106 t17 .:.GreatEx Austler's -2021389 13 1290 339 10 (GreatNortherirn . .. 280190 15 2...
COMPULSORY TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
COMPULSsoRY T?AI1Na-.-It ?is important that .parents, uardians and other persons :ý.acting: in' loco parentis .of those boys :liable to be ;ri istered, his. year should remember that o?0 the' 28th of this mont;i registration .closes. -All boys in Austalia who. reach: tho Saae of _14' years: at.. any :time. of 1914. must r~egister. -:Failure to -.do so -involves-n u?enaltv not ev'ecding .:10. :There are many wi.; ::have .not yet registered both ini citY ,il:and country, and :it .is advisable: that steps ::be. takehn inmmediately. Action ;:will be taken :gaainst those who ,fail to '-r-giater; :'Particulars and ?cregistration : forms will` be. :sunlied by all post offices throughout Aus:. tralia. and the registration forms will be, .a.rried: ost free. - egistration -forims in Bendigo ;may alsobe- obtainec firom the fol. lowing area offices:- '67A, 'Golden-square; 67B Oddfcllows' EIall, Bendigoo' 68A, Eglol - haiwvki and 68C' Bridge street; Bcndigo.: Pe ':Pistrbtion fornis 'for, the Ben...
BENDIGO SWIMMING BATHS REQUEST BY THE Y.W.C.A. QUESTION OF MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
BENDIGO SWIMMING. BATHS REQUEST BY THE Y.W.C.A. QUESTION POF MIXED BATHIING. The City. Council on. - riday .received ,a coiiuulnicatioi front Miss Stevenson, gene. ral secretary of' the Y.W.C.A., on behalf of' tho Y.W .C.A. Swimbning~, Club, 'asking the council to grant the :ladies the use or txhe swimmging baths in the =Upper Reserve for: an hour . or tivo on one or two` morn. ii!, a week. It wt; stated that' these baths were iiot nincch used by the, men bL t en 10 a.ni.a.and iiidday, and there were d', good .many .womieni and girls at liberty .i ho could, use tlih baths 'at t ha', tiime: ' Tli keener lady: sw\irimels i would be .very: glad to have the advantages of the greater depth and: the hligher divinig board at the big baiths. Cr. Curnow said the: coincil, hin :.dbealng withl this application;: shou!d- face" the: qies . tion as 'to whether iiiXed bathing:' shouldo be allowed : at the :baths:. T vIs; what the p'roposal``alnounted: to- . Cr'' Beebe; thought: the" imattershould ...
SATURDAY'S SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
S:SATURDAYI S SHAREMARKET ; There '"vias very little activity displayed iin the. market on Saturday. NeC :Chlum Godldtields, dsprite; the senfAtioonal yield,, lacked - suppoirt, aiid vallies were easier. Sales were reccorded at 15/3 anid 15/. N. Benidigo sold at: 7/.. : Great Extd. Hust ler's also weakened e i the -.big yield. Sel leIrs late: :tie h ifternoon quitted at. 13/4. Gol1dei yke iwer. disboed of at 26/41.. Carlirslc were :placed: at 11/9, and subse pqient: -:quotations were.:, a. . : sliade firmer. Sales :of ..Uiity were .effected at 2/8 and 2/9. :Great Nortlierii r'ealised 13/6. Other s?lces -were .--Golden Age. -85 85;New Day DawniI 1/5; Neiw Laingi Logan, '33/9; -i. &lt;Icd Roberts 1· ld Ripee- Silver. 1/7; and. Specimen Hill, 2/3. At. auction *Birds .Reef sold :-fron, .0d- to d, ani?d Collnan. and Tacclii;o fiom8d: to Hlid :The fol'lowing were the a.giproximato quo tations : for niarketable: "stocks? lkui to the tilne of closing at p .in.':: EBid1p, Reef-b'-d, ...
THE hOME CIRCLE [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
As this paper now circulates very largely in the country districts of Northern Vic toria I should likz to miakl this columin specially interesting to women whose homes are more or less remote from any town ship. Having tLis object in view, I would welcome any suggestions from the wives or daughters of our country subscribers as to any topic they would like to have dig. cussed. I would also be willing to reserve ,ipart of this column for the exchange of ideas or tpsted recipes among our sub. scribers. "MADGE,"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
knows hove liable the skin is to suffer from disfiguring blotches and eruptions; and how liable it is, also, to get cut and hurt in all conditions of life-at home, at work and at play. There isn't a woman in the home, or & man in the street, but . ZAM-BUK BALM to-day or to* morrow. It may be to check a sud den onslaught of skin disease, heralded by an itching rash or in flamed swelling: perhaps to soothe and heal a nasty cut or burn, to remove an unsightly pimple or sore, to strengthen a sprained joint, or to "rub out" a pain. For all these things there's nothing like , "RUB IT ON. O?fau Ch~aeist5 .s r. prJ. sar dsa J? t i dos ears' sIsevrty lms, d m ae #s0,. gj Israa /wt pas. bo -s as.amZ a c.. - F *wt*.a 4,dm*
RIDING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
Albeit iLaw; agetd 2- "ears, was admit. tl? to the "Bbendio ;Iospital last night, su.' feii? o. from :?:i.?fract~ured- righlt arm. Law was ridiniia: a ihorswat Glenloth'a a.Lout 90 niiles iiorth-livest of .Bendigo;: when the ani .nial, fell, ;thi wii- g him ?to the ~oground, with ,thme result tliat his "arm was' broken. Law camine. to0 B"endigo by traii-n nd entered, taio .iornital tfoi treatment, DRIVING MISJHAI . Castleonaine, z2rdd:.l ebir'?itry ' aMr. `Salathiel, of Sutton; G'range, and lier staii, ;nwhent drivinv. to Castlemaiue, on Saturday, had, a w rrow escape from ser; ous i.jury. They had arrived ;at :.Golden "Point, :between Faradacy aind Clhevton, when the' hiorse stumbled and fell, smniashing tno shafts `'of the bruggy. Mrs Salithiel .and her eon wer\ci rown .o it on:lihe roadwav, ibut bot l.t'iuately escameed :with a few '.:buises ? abrasions and a:-' severo shak. iing.i7 horse waa unmuurieed.
MAN'S DEATH. Melbourne, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
. '"A ,S .DEAH.1 Ml-elbourne?3 rd February. Ear (in Sdtinda , Edward Dagan, aged .o ekyard laborer; wvhl was lodging -it t:he' Salvatioiin, Army H.ome, Laitrobe-street, . Oiixfinied a ,fellow lcdger thr.t"le .had: bursti, 'a:: blood: vese! and wei Sbi?eding,. to- dealth:_i He got. ouit of be. . ?daiw.aked ?to . athbai?::ind then :fell dead ' it: stnatead . ktirf?t.de.asi v wci s addicterd Fo ritinr and was ao -a lAcavi RmnAkcr of