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QUEENSLAND BURNING TRAGEDY. WOMAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. Brisbane, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

QUEENSLAND. BURNING TRAGEDY. WVOMAN COMMITIE) FOI T.IATW. Brisbalic, 19thº :Febriaruy.. J? e iglitingaeio. w:as :ommnitted :for trial. in 'tlhi :Criminnal Court to-day for hlving.; on: 27th ;iJauiiiry, at Taringa, :2murideri •Cfinie :IDi?our, Emily Alico :.Halhuln, :and .hi isti-ia.lMarzol rh tIhre womiian ii-imed .i isl?t :i a -fire u a: SalvatimiO Armiy hbonmie;,' iiit?ged to have bec -i.iin.used ?y; the aceaseod:

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. "DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADED." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FATALITIES AND ACCIDENTS. "DIDN'T KNOW IT WAS LOADEfD." The foolishness of keeping loaded fire. aims in a house was demonstrated locally yesterday. A resident of one of the suburbs is disposing of his furniture pro. -ately, and yesterday a .lady neighbor, vwithi her daughters' and a gentleman, were ii specting- some of the articles on sale. Th1e -latter eventually got possession of ,a con ý:erted Mairtini-EJ'nield rifle: He was ex amnining the weapon ':and` putting his finger 'orn thoe trigger,; the! 'cartridge' with which lthe rifle was charged exploded. The report in the closed roomo u as: deafi ning, but; for tiinately th -minuzzle :.:was :turned upwards: The 303.: bullet; drilled a lhole in the side of the house. nehari thte ceiling, anid shattered the; weatherboa rd '?? a youn ladies promptly madte:t?lei exit 'from tlihe build

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SOUTH AMERICAN WILDS. SAVAGE CANNIBALS ENCOUNTERED. NEW YORK, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

S 11THI AMERICAN WILDS. -SAVAGE CANNIBALS ` ENCOUNTERED. NE.ýV YORI,: 17th :February. Tlihe members of _he Besley expedition t ei?exulore unknown regions in Sotlth Ameiical have retuirned to New York:.:. n:ider :the leadership .of' Captain : Besley; te e?epdition ccrossedi the. Continent: 'set tinp, out from- Lima-: and descending . the A~imazon r;-.::?They found traces of an :undis cowvered Inea city.. named. Plateriiyayco. Savage itcai\?c iibails were aeio?ountered durlng thoi: jour ne Th-e party is reported to have discoverded tlbh remains of the menmbiis of ,the Croiner c. cedition. vwho er. alia llost. inf the Peiru. liu wiils soi0 yoursa Sigo.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. THE BOARD IN ITS DEFENCE. Melbourne, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

4 CLOSER SETTLEMENT. P D Thy BOARD GING ITS DEPENCE. Melboui'rne 23rd February; S''tllhe b'oard states. thliat, there is noi neces s?ity for ii.: scare' las ~htl i:b'eenrbive?n an 1oppo ituhniity it couild ;lis e iic? mitost :of tlhe "clares c:.con tainedl. in the? s?ub cnii iitte's :reiort: "- li ,boaird should hlihave been given :ichanice .to, reply to .them before .theyWCwere Siublished ,::As !,pointed outii b?y :the- ?iiimstry itself, the .Ciinlifnttee hlad beein ,tpiointed to .fiind out faults,' adid itii was apr-arent :thla it. had liaid·i1 anttentioin to.:_. the othe?i side of. tlie ciuestion Thee were aeremanyi matters : <ontiino l in: the coominiittee's repovrBt -iiicli couldl havd -`been refuted, if th bo'ard -]iad "been coinsulted.. The bbard , i~h i n?':tespon sible. 'oi r the delay that had o-cutirred' in regard to correspondence; asthatli as purely :h inatt.ci for, flIt?;departnmental' offt ( er:' The ..sub-coiniiittee of the Cabiiiet lial claimed that it ha...

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BENDIGO BRANCH, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

BENDIGO BRANCH, AAA. The Saidlhirst branlch of tilhe Aushrala Natives Association (now .3endigo,. branch) was"' the. fifth braich formed in Victoria, and the preliininary meeting, wais held at the F :reeimasons' Hotel - on 28th July, 1874, : when th-e following persons. .wereipree sent, vi.. :-1MetSrs. Woods, Cahill, ?Devine, Gi.ibs, ,Smith, Beiinetts, Harood:d and 13lackham.. Mr. .J. P. Woods was'oteded to the clhiir, and it w.as in ianimnousl.y decided to form. a branch of the -.N.A. iiNA Bin ndigo. The rules of the association ,ivere submit teld 'at .a subsequent neeting, li.:nd: the branch established in, August: 1874:. uir ing its 39 years of operations the branch has anade remarkable progress,; and is :now the InTrgest branch of any friendly' society operating in Victoria, having .'a member ship of. 1324 menibdrs, and funds :amouiit ing to £18,834115f. .Daring its .early :life the, branch suffered many ups and -dowlis but was eveutually established on a, .solid footing, and ac...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

Live Stock Wanted & Fqr Sale. L?KEGHORNS-Improve your strain. Cocker. " ls, bred by Spotswood. Second Bendigo Competition. 28 Reginald-st., Quarry Hill. PEDIO. POMADE destroys all Vermin on Poultry, Cattle, Horses, and Swine; 1', posted, 1/2 Brin, chemist, E. Malvern, V. Chemists, stores. sell it. AOID-TEST PAPERS and SA.!P.ET' TUBE OF PEBECO'MAILED FBlE S 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 caume the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Hero is a simple way to prevent all the tronblo and pain. For the dyily olealii of the teth USE SPICB'CO' Tooth Paste' S which is the one Dentifrice which overeolaes Sacid mouth," and polishes, whitens and cleanses hle teeth at the same time. In ate, the cleansing pewer of PEBECO is remarkable. Its ue insures white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy mout...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturdav, 21st February. . DEAIi ROSALIND,- W~'L-havo shunned all social" activity a. much; as possible this weec, for the wea" thlier has leen most trying-.so, hot and tir inir. "IThere has not been ar great deal. hap. Peninfi that is one thing. Buit the twr t :nluo teas. at the Opera House' have been piacked to the doors; On.iThursday it wa" boiling- hot. and the dre"s display was all wintei costumes and liandsome furs. I did feel sorry for the loor' girls who were dis .ilvaine themi They mntist have been melted. Tlie theatre.was :full `to overflowing. The models were :frim Incley's, and were par ticularly good. I, understand .ithat various firms will mniake these displays; so that the teas ~vill :possess variety it any rate. ,Next Monday there is to be, = new tango danced by Miss 'Taillei:ui _ it is amazinm howv. thebe Ste:: as . have "caught on," not .only ,here,: but in Sydney, too. Miss` Dudley -Hamilton and M.r. Salanger. who dod tale dances, triavel S...

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GIRL'S NECK BURNED. Melbourne, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

G] S NEI1 BURNTD . iellibiurnc 23rd February. Ida Hotnor, 16;, f :Railaty Plaace, N1iw. iarkieet sustainied. ?urn;s on lier ne'ck :td-?a iarid w.ias a?httended to aWt -the M::?Melbourne Hosoitil by Dr W. I.L Robertson:c The in. iiutrv va' cau'sedb. ? ,abiriii;bloise which had ~ been set :ligh t by ai candle which .she was carrying.

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GUN ACCIDENT. Rochester, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

GUN ACoTIDEN'.r 'Rochchster 23'd ;February. St e o ý,tiitd fthint ta;ace idelit w'hich . o cir;rcd: to ~·i RT?: Shaiv rlien his gun biit wasi caliSqd thiroin1h his sing ? u {'iuchl Widlistit. .:uatridi es these beiei. too strong fo0 l tle T n:::.i .ib bairel 'of the gunf was blwkn: to pieces.: Ninuber :of siooters, uso theise heavy c.artiridges` if: 'no 2 : iich a113 available, ,but it is: a. most danigerous :1prac tice,for: gulns have :to be specially :.teste(d for tiieir use._ None of the .cheap makes of 'gitns are fit to fire these heavy chnar'r, ennd shooters riin a great - risk- in firing themo Politics :I believ:o to ibe 'a noble thing, for theie is not greater vocation possible to any nman than td enter thoe public s'ervice.--Canofl M ast'rmana :

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FRUITGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING LAPSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FRUIrGROWERS' ASSOCIATION. MONTHLY MEETING LAPSESi:: The: members of the Bendigo Vine and Fruitgrowers' Association are indeed :,aph?i thetic regarding the work of their organi-° sation, and evidently do not realise the -ad-l:;' vantages they might reap in many ways _if:. the association were made a real live one: The monthly meeting was to have beenf held at the 1Beehive Exchange on Satuir-". day, but only four members put in an~ appearance, and the meeting lapsed. The association has not held a meeting since . November last, the monthly meetings ini the interim having failed to attract 1a quorum. The chief business for the consider.atio.4 of members at Saturday's mcetin;; was "i=,:i communication from the Central Associa-. tion detailing the business transacted ath' tho last monthly meeting of the executive:; It was stated that the Prime , Minister (Mr.: Cook) had notified, in reply to the Inter= `:, State deputation, that the despatch of pro duce by post would be inauguafted ..on...

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DROWNED IN THE MURRAY. Mildura, 23rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ROVW NED IN TH.E ..URR AI ..,, . ii. I-ildura ?:i ?uary. SGeorge Mxliikin: a pidcer:fromIniivoca, was drowhid. yestefcday i1ia :: deep hole in .the Muira: He' had swai across theo .river, :and: was oni? is wauy' back wivh? he disap, iieared. :U ^'; ' ;. . . Our ,Golden-sqi iare' correspon l ei?t:- rites; .--Senior-consta ble Quinn ,cf o!',old:iin-scqar, received -vbid yesterday. froni Sergeant .Car ter, of Milduira thaft a yonulg- manai' amed .George Millikin?ti: , wl yse .;parents?eqrsdo at -Jnuorton (?CHoiimebuish) lad been: dirowned in th e rMii'ra' ?i:ivei iear Mildiia Deceased -ivas a; nephew of .Mr. '1 . Fozard of. High .strceeti, Bendis'o: ;: .

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MINE MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

MINE MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Bendigo Mine Managers' Association was held at the Beehive Exchange on Saturday night. Mr. W. H. Roberts (president) occupied the chair.. . Report and Balance-sheet. The annual report and, balance-sheet iwere piresented by the secretary (Mr. E. Trewern). The report stated that eight new members had been admitted during `te_, But. it was regrettable that no fewer .than .hie members had become unfinan cial; two had resigned, and one had failed to pay-the entrance fee It was with sin rcore .regret that- the death of five niem bers had to be reported. Funeral benefits amounting to £187/10/ had been paid to the relatives of deceasea d members. The association regr'tted the death of Menu bers R. W. Clarks. W. Bentley, J. Earl, II;. Wills and T. Turrer. The wvidow. of the late Mr. Turner was granted £20, as -the deceased had tot been a menmber for Llie :statutory, period entitling his relatives .to the funeral allowance....

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MISS WATERS'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

lISS WA 1T.E 'S EPMII'ENCTE. AMiass AVinuie. Waters, was tho first to dis cover the:-h presen ice of the aIninmal in the Ibackl yard. llThere haid becn a comn6tioti. .0nimongst 'tle : fowls, and sho w1=.oent to inve~ t igate. She found :ill the - fowls huddled - up in.. corinr cack:ling otdilly, and enter .in; the shed .,through, a low doorway shle. coilnmeniced to search for what she thought. mi:ght be. an intruding dog. Suiddenly?. the leop'irid: came out from a. :'lrk corner of :ihe sh ed. Almost paralysed with fear Miss: - W: a iittero . remained .motionless at 'the door of the: shed, -the 'leopaird meanwhile standing faciii her.. l Then uttcring a scream shit Srushed towards the house.. The aiaiinal sprang it her, but missed. . In her in tense excitement ,the young woman, tripped Sand fell; vwhereupon i:he animal stopped. for ' moment,. a if in hesitation. Regaining ::leien feetllo -. terrified ' girl made another bolt for the back `door;, and suceeded .in shimnning it just as ...

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BENDIGO SERVICE INCREASED. Melbourne, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

3 .BENDIGO SEBRVICE INCREASED; . - Melbourne 17th February. In conisecluence of thle ieivy' passenger traffic: by the midday iip-trdin friom iBen di~o, i: particularly -on the day. on w]iicl connection is made from thle Mi?iiilra ýiine, it; has been decided to run this train in two divisions, and it. started so T'hursday. The first division ' will leavo Bendigo' a·it 11.40 p.m., reaching NKrelboirne at 3.38:` p.m.; while the second division will leave -at mid day and reach Melbourne at 3.55 -p.m. This additional train will be rui oan Tues - dayS.,. Thirsdays and. Saturdays. '.::

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MALLEE LINES. Swan Hill, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

M.ALEE LINES. S; Swan -Hill, .17th Febriary.: It?is iex'iected that the Sea Lake-Pier iillan railway: will be open for tVraffic on lht? Juhl. A ;start wiill shortly be made vitli the' constriuctiooi of the Swanm Hill Pianzil. lini, Lnid ?it is inteniided to .have a iiublic: function ait }he turnirin'g of the first? sodi.

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ELMORE—COHUNA LINE. Rochester, 17th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ELMORF-COHUNA LINE. Rochester, 17th February. Mr. H.' T. Downe, secretary to the .Rochester Shire Council, and also secre-" tary pro term to the Elmore-Cohuna Rail !way Trust, - visited Melbourne last Friday "and Saturday in connection with the rail 'way .',Nothing further has been done in connection- with the final formation of the tiiist "?.although the Roches,ter Shire Coun cil 1 as been constituted as such. It was' hlpe?ithat:,the business would be fixed up, `at:this iimonth's meeting of the council, but t:i?tis, it ;is :found, will be impossible. Tfhe first thingith- trust will do, probably about :.the,:end of' March, 'will be to serve notices to treat for land on the various landowners rtl?irugh- wlhich the railway will pass. and tlien the ":railway will. be proceeded with at ,.:onice;; the land` 'required being taken with : t?:: waiting ' for the result of negotiations betwecn: the trust and landowners. The Ilaidowners .will be required to state the i.:plce ?they:" want for t...

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THE RAILWAYS. COLBINABBIN LINE. Colbinabbin, 14th February [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

THE RAILWAYS. COLBINABBIN LINE. Colbinabkin, 14th :February The first truck of grain from the tern vorarv site at the Colbinabbin station was sei?t away last Monday on account Messrs Louis Dreyfus and Co., Melbourne, and. wheat is beinm despatched daily as fast as trucks can be supplied. There are at pr' Hent 45.000 jags stacked here awaiting transit. and wnother 18,000 bags at WaL nlta. The permanent survey for the ex tension to the west side of the creek is now being made, and it is expected that th. work will be carried out at once. Residents a:nd trades people are anxious to see the township allotments sold, so that a start mav be made with shops. ouildings, etc. The Bank of New South \Vales has already onened a branch, and is being rewarded for its entersrise .by a largely-iilcreased busi ness. Quite . large nwfL2tbr of applications has been made for wood sites both here and at Wanalta and MBoora, and everything I noints to the ,ine being a payable one, to senther with the rise...

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RENOVATING BLACK SATIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

Peel >i canl cut two large, raw potatoes Iii slices. gi, d tfit in aii biasin Coeix ,with .a wintof water put in . i piilch of salt, andl let it stand 'ill 'riigl;.: Spon.ge.?th isatin on .the right side lo'ththis water i?nd wipe it sliglhtl?. wittth iacloth Tih n iron.i oni, the wroiin. side of s:tini and it "will look? glossy, and e4u6al to ne . I

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

EAST LODDON 'SHIRE COUNCIL The`. monthlv meeting was held at the Shire I-Ial; Serpentine, on Wcdnesday., Pie snt ,Crs. Bisset (president ): Tonulin; Coulter. M ahoncy: and Car.ey. :` Corresionidence. - From. Crowni'" Law dc.-. ,urt'tmient, :stating that the .requst by .the' `.council .that 'tle careless use of matches and ::cigarette butts be made: an offience ":oiuld .be considered whein' fresh: legislation -concernin' tile careless use of firie '.was be-: inE.: intrOuced. RfeceiVed. i: ,-: :" ? Renorts;- The soeretary" and engineer re :'v.orted hayvinY r.etiurncd: f'romI l?'aI on :.the 6t.h .nst? feelii much' benefited by his -holiday. Duling his a nbsence". 3trf. Owen, 'assista'it engiiicer, hadl done a great deal of excellent viorIc--int tili-fieldc and made.: "nany surveys.: He had cinbodied 18 items ,_in four. 'cont?racts; for which tenders were .etiurnable that' cay. In '?consequence of dis v;Mutes in Parliament thic estfinates were only :passed on Friday' instead of in Novem...

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KITCHEN HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

Discolored enamell ed saucepans can oftei ie iaade. o -look like inew : boili? a. -little- chloride of linae in the wat r with which tlhey ae ltiled:; If stains' are: :difficilt to;;ore2move .fron'i st-eel knives, tiry. rilibino thei rifter clean in o with a :little cookingO soda. Chloride o lime and . silver sand? ;used;i. when scritbbing 'kitcheun table, boaids etc. will make tham. very ,white::

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