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OKLAHOMA NEGROES. PROPOSED NEGRO KINGDOM. ON AFRICAN GOLD COAST. WASHINGTON, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

OKLAHOMA NEGROES. PROPOSED NEGRO KINGDO.I. - ON AFRICAN GOLD COAST. S WASHINGTON, 26th February. :'lAt th requcest of the lritisuk Government the Department or ;Jtttice i; making ill quirieu refgarding the. proposed establish ment of a negro kingdom on the Gold Coast of Africa. The Chief Samn. headcl of the . Oklahoman negroes, is preparing to emi grate. ,There :are thousands of negroes n Oklahoma.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STANHOPE ESTATE RAILWAY. Elmore, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

STANTIOPE ESTATE RAILWAY. Elmore, 27th February. The announcement that the Railways Standing Committee will consider the pro. posed railway to the Stanhope Estate has stimulated the leagues formed to advocate the connection with Byrneside and Elmore to action. The Elmore branch is seeking a big conference of all the leagues at Corop at an .early date, when the Standing Coln mittee will be .:sked to take evidence here, then traverse the route to Byrneside and take further evidence there. An important point in favor of the Byrneside to Elmoro route is that It will open up' and give easy access to the Bendigo market for the irri gationist. The big centres of population are the natural markets of the intense cHl t urist, and the bringing together of the buyer and seller is of invaluable benefit to both parties. In perishable goods -the grower is helpless without a handy market, and a demand easily springs up for things delectable and cheap, hence the mutual benefits conferred on consume...

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BARQUE WRECKED. SHIPWRECKED CREW SUFFERS. COCOANUT AND FISH DIET. Wellington, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

S BARQUE. WIECKED. SHIIPWREQCKJD CREW SUFERIiS. :COCOANUT AND ,ISHI P D1E'. Wellington, 27th Februairy. Svc nitecu of the crew of the Fronch barcquo La. Tour d'Auvergne have arrivca'i itrWVellingtonl? by the stea.mer Tahiti froim.:: Papeet,. The barque, when hound for: Noume., struck on 'alm.ers~ton Island dur ing :, foa on the night of 2hlt October. :PTc rcrew landed by lmeans of a rol? and"..:. cradle; and had to remaini on the island for 80 days. living all the time on fish" and cocoanute. 'The natives were very :: good, but were thomselves short of other provisions, to the crew did not use their::,, gvocerica, which arrive it. irregular inte"r.I vais. ,.Terrific •heat was "experienced, and -thoei ,.rew. .diffcred: seriously. -The barque brokc?-"?.h ). iWf,,' a: gale:in: December., The captai and cl five of,- the crew went" to San ?cFian'.ui' ,tacO, and the: othpr arc .-bound fora Franied.y : via. 'Syduy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

Thi±E IE-AL TIYREF, Fv A:? TRA L/L/ L LIN/I I TI8 IPTIO8iS.

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RAND STRIKE LEADERS. ARRIVAL AT GRAVESEND. LONDON, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

R-AND STRIK LEADERS. X'XiUlVAL AT GRlAVESEND. LONDON, 24th February. .. "Tie Umgeni arrived at Gravesend at 7.30 S.hdis morning. A Labor doputation welcom. the 'nine leaders. :fhe strictest secreoy was preserved till tLCe' -last. Thie newspanpcrs charterrea special, tugs, ul thlio des~rrate ciforts of the pressmen to intorviecw the deported leaders in 'fthe nThannel failed. .the deputation of Labor didrfis spont the niLht at the T'ilbtry ?d?t."

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LEADERS DISEMBARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

7Early this ifternoon the deported South 'tfrican ,edbor leaders camie ashore from hfe .as Umgeni, in deferonce to the> wishes 4tud advice of leading British Laborites. W?hen the deported mini refused to dis-. embark, the captain allowed Mr. .-'Arthur .ternderson, Labor MP . ~oe BhfU'ard Castle, and Mr. C. W, Bolverrnan, Labor M.P. for Dclptford, Ito Wome on board in 'order that 4~heV might iilduce Mr. B13ain and his 'colleagues to go aslhore. •The :e'sistent appeals of. the -:.ritish iLfabor leaders, coupled with their :p?roinuses do iee justice done, uvon the day. . It is hJuderstood that the deoorted men, havinX made their protest, desiired to e'WoW tl?leir" respect for the British Li3bol' p?artry, ;and so yielded to the piersuasion: :. of :Messrs. fleinderson antd Bowermian: !The South African eladrs looked tired arnd worn oult as they stepped i aslhore, biUt they seemed pleas.ed to be on ;laihd: again: ,A luarge crowd which h.liid :. assembled. ,cheered the nine. ciledl :men...

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TO CLEAN A CARPET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

TO CLEAN A CARPET. Get, -loz. of wormwood salts from the, chemist, put it into a pail of warmtwater, then wash, your carpet as you would a flodr or if very dirty scrub. it. All dirt and grease spots will disappear, -.and the' colors wll brighten and look, ecual to 'new.

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OVERWHELMED BY AVALANCHE THREE LIVES LOST. Wellington (N.Z.), 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

OVERWHELMED BY AVALANCHE TH1REE LIVES LOST. Wellington (N.Z.), 24th. February. Particulars regarding tlie supposed fatal. ity on Mount Cook were contained ir a telegram from Mr. Batey, oflicer of the Tourist department, who was at the Old Hermitage at the time of the supposed disaster. Mr. Batey says that the English climber (Mr. S. L. King), with Thompson and Richmond as guides, started off from the Hermitage at 4. o'clock on Saturday morning. Lieutenant Dennistoun and Mr. Turner started off without guides 10 hours later, intenling to make an unaided ascent of Mount Cook. They followed the track of King's party as far as the Linda. Pass, where in the sladow of ýMount Silber IIor.s the tracks eindo1 in an avalanche. Lieu tenant Dennistoun and Mr. Turner search ed on the other side of the avalanche, but found no further tracks, so returned, and reported that iKiun and party had probably been swept down a crevasse. Crevasses are very numerous on Mount 'Silber Horn and in the Linda Pas...

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GUIDE'S BODY FOUND. Wellington, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

S?? GUID E'S BODY. FOUND. " Wellington,' 26th F:ebruary. "In the Southern Alps the search party hasfou~iild the body of thle guide Richmond. No' trac.we of King, the British tourist, or thle guide Thompson can be fou'id. The chief guide conrsiders that the party was overwhelmed ny an avalanche, and that there is no ehance of finding tho otner bodies.

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MR. RAIN'S STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

M1. fi3AIt!S STAtTE'MNT. ..r. 3. T.. ain igeieral siclretary of thie 'Tiades Fedoration), wiho is acting. as' liader .of .the exiles, .handed to M'r. I-einderson .a . s:alcment reviewivingl tlhe chief .events of. :tlhe strike and of their ':deportation. Thlis stat ement declares that the Bur?ihei foiae. s3s almost entirely comnposed. of '.1he? 'veldt" 13oers, who in the Te?thS.ioni disb 4trict acted like Basshi-Bazouks (Turkish .rregulars). There the .Burghers rdde. down andl arresttl without discrimination a hundred crinmeless ine.n. MIr. Bain, ;'in his statement, .goes on to say that wheni he and his colleagues were placcd(' h'boariL the Unmgni they were keipt in their cabins with arnmed men both inside :and outside, uIntiI the vesse! reanhed the thrcee-mil limit Thelit Major Trew informed thenm .lat tlthey were thobedelported to ]'nghTlrd by thle instructions of. the GoverfuneH\ ,, and it they returned to S~outh Africa .they would be arrested. The ina?or .added, 'The camtain' has...

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DEPORTED STRIKER. LONDON, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

~DEPORTED STRIKER. .LONDON, 1st March. MIr.: Robert Burns Waterston, one ?of t~t deported South African strike lead?tls, it the: course of an interview, said that he tks a :-.anative of Bendigo (Victoria.), and was bo?, Ea '8817. Hoe offered his services for t?l? irst Aus tra:lian contingcnt to the South African war, but was refused on account of his youth. He joined the .ecqnd S0ottish Hor&, i.anid represent'd the irregular forces a~ the late KingR Edwnard's coi'6nation. -_i{ return ed, anrd joined the South Afi'rictn police: He Sholds thle Royal Humaeio S6iety's certificate for lhavin.o rescued a colleague from a .w0ollen river. 'W aterston married a sctool teacher in 19O05,.spent his honeymoon in Australia, arnd :returned to South Africa in 1806.: lie wvorked in the mines for. five years,.. and gas identified with :the labor cause as .see - etary of the Council of Unions. He was .'mprisoned more than oice in connection .vitlh the miners' stl'ike-in July His wife and four ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Ptopy., Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND STINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUYACTURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DalR UTENSLES, GAL. IRON TANKS. SPdUTINOG, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS And All Kinds of SHEET MI~TAL GOODS. ' OUR MANUFACTURES MAY BE PRO. SCURED FI ?O -LL STOREKEEPERS .IN THE .,?4TtERN DISTRICT. IMU A"ND ISER1 'TIMBER and IRfON . MERCHANTS, BENDiOo. SSPECIALTIES: 'ALL PAPERS, CEIL=INGS and FRIEZES nu Ureat Variety, front 4d per roll up to the most Artistio Designs. MANTELPIECES. OVERMANTELS, TILED HEARTHS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH" HEATERS. EVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DATE. At MODERATE PRICES. A.ENTS for W.UNDERLICH'S STEEL. CEIILINGS, Eto. SCorrespondence Invited. lTelebhnee 48.).

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

- FLOWIR GARDEN. Those who desire to grow sweet pea.s for next spring's blooming to anything like per -fection, should set to work at once to prepare the beds if they have not already done so Thcece who mak:e a specialty of growing the sweet pea so ts to obtail, c0. tra large blooms and long stems prepar~ their ground early in spring and leave it in a more or less rough state during theoum O ING ALFRED, ,One of the finest giant yellow trumpet 4afodils. ?_= _ ., . .. . . . . . . . .. ._ . . , retor until they plant out the seedlings, which tlihy liave raised about the end' of Ma.rh. .' The ground may be ·fepared now, thougli the work will be difficult and the soil not ifi such o'ood condition as if prepared ti;o or.. three months back. .ThAi planuts do bot i:i a fairly heavy loamy soil, tLrnched and'ma'nu'redl well, and with good drain?ge. Th"i la t -imcd factor is es scntial to asicess. The ground should' b, trenched frbomn ?ft. to 3ft. dep.. Io ,hove the surfac 's? t first in trenc...

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LONDON WORKERS' SYMPATHY. LONDON, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

O LONDON WORKERS' SYMPATHY. LONDON, 1st March. Sunshine favored the c?demlonstration in [London to-day in sympatthy wit thoe de pcrfted South African strike leaders. Enormous crowds gatleroed in Ilydo Park. Two huge processions, each consist. i~R of about; 50,OGO people, started fi:om t!rickloewood and tihe Th'liames embankment xespedtively. Nine platforms-one for each of the deported men- vere ri,.d aii1d vG'~i reference to the deportatibns without triials rhised stormus of indignation. Resouhttions were adopted urging the Go· yerinmen'.t not to assent to the South ,fridh Tifii deminity Bill.. ' , SBanners . were "inscribed,: lExiled. -:thev Conqtier," anid ''No Snkiits oi Fieeedom's Banner.'" One group cairried a dummy . tor pedo : :.repiresentilig . ades :: unioniim't, labelled . ''Dangerous to nieddle ith. Other, coUnted up to nines;: Lrinfg "Anid they muast go black.' ':-:.. ; S?Mr. . I:;. ,oubnia's pa!rtinir ?v a. tlihe cl ief. cnntre ofi attia iction, 'and: grc(at entlhu slas...

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HOW MONKEYS KILL SNAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

IHOW MONKEYS KILL SNAKiES. A. naturalist in India tells how he saw \a monkey catch aid kil a cobra whlich was cojiled up on the ground under a tree.. The monkey left Ilis- perch in the forks of the tree, and with great caution, moved down ward until lhe had approached within about wo feet of the .reptile. M~oving his head from side to side, he closely inspected tho object before him. Then he took a firmer bold. of the tree with one arm, and wrapped 9is tail closely rouud the trunk. He reached out his hand, until it was" within six or eight itches of the snake, and then quickly withdrew? i~t. Again he stretched 'out his hand, and suddenly, like a light nin. flash, grasped the cobra round the ueek close to the head, in such a manner thiat it could not bite, while the snake's body encircled the monkey's arm. An astonishing scene followed. The snako hissed loudly: the monkey clattered and screeched and danced and leaped in fran tice ddlight. He would stop his wild con tlctions, and seri...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

ITCOBEN GARDEN. We are now entering into the month Sof March, which is usually' a busy one for the g.ardener, but with any continu ance of the dry weather which has been experienced, operations will be much re tarded. All vacant ground should, however, be dug rind got ieady for the reception of seeds and ,plants, wlhichl should be sown or planted as soon as favorable conditions pre vail. With a good fall of rain, every effort should be made to get in seeds and plants, for with any break in the weather if it continues will soon affect the tem perature of the atmosphere and the soil. Autumn is the, best time to prepare soil for subsequent cropping. Though the work may be harder, the soil will break up much better in a dry condition than when . sodden with rain, par ticularly in heavy land. Digging the soil to what is termed a spit deep is easy and inexpensive, whilst trenching is harger and more expensive, but trench ing always gives better results. It opens up fresh feeding ground fo...

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ELMORE—COHUNA LINE. Rochester, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

ELMOR1U'-CO'UNA LIN]E. Roclhester, 27th February. The Rochester Shire Council met yester day in regard to the appointment ,of a secretary to the Railway Trust. It was de cided to call for applications for thie posi tion at a salary of £75 per annum, re turnable on 12th :March. A meeting ot the trust will in all probability be called by the Railway department on that date, when the trust will be constituted. As soon as the trust is constituted, business in connection with the acquiring of land for railway purposes will be immediately proceeded with. The matter was expected to have been discussed at the meeting of the council on Thursday, but owing to ar rangements not being completed this :was found impossible.

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THE RAILWAYS. GRAIN TRAFFIC. Colbinabbin, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

THE RAILWAYS. GRAIN TRAFFIC. Colbinabbin, 25th February. Grain is beilng sent away front the loeai station very slowly. The nupply of 4rucka is quite inadequate. Farmers are wanting manures, and in many instances this could be taken as back loading. Although the local agents have mnadei representations to the railway authorities, urging the ni cessity of this class of goods being carried inwards, and _thie advantage of having emlitics to load grtiin in return, the de partment has not vet decided to allow .t.ia goods to be sent over the new line. There is also a large nunmber of applications' in for firewood sites, none of which have as vet been granted. The saw millers wish to start carting at once, so that a full supply may be on hand to keep the mdl~ going throughout the winter, when the paddocks may be too soft to carry eamns. All this delay is seriously retarding the interests of the line and district.

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SWAN HILL—BALRANALD RAILWAY. Swan Hill, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SWAN HILL--BALRANALD RAILWA Y. Swan Hill,. 27th February. Representatives of the Swan Hill, Bal ranald, Burrawong and Wakool Railway Leagues met at the WVakool Hotel on Wed nesday afternoon. The object of the Con feronce was to receive the petitions and statistics in connection with the proposed Rtute' from Swan Hill to Balranald. The petitions were numerously signed, and it is expected that when all are completed they. will carry considerably over 200 sig natures. It was decided that a deputation from the leagues concerned should arrahge to meet the Premiers of Victoria and New South Wales during the sitting of the Pre miers' Conference in Melbourne on 31st March, and present the petitions and sta tistics in support of the line. In the event of arrangements not being able to be made for the reception of the deputation at the Premiers' Conference, the delegates are tb proceed to Sydney and Melbourne, and there present the evidence in support of the, project.

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SWAN HILL—PIANGIL LINE. Swan Hill, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914

SWAN HILL -PIANGIL LINE. Swan Hill, 272-' February. MJr. RI. B. Itees, MI.L.C., has received a communication from the chief engineer of railway construction stating that an officer will arrive here on Tuesday and proceed with the employmeut of men for the earth works in connection with the Swan Hill Piangil railway. Much satisfaction is felt at this intimation, and it is hoped that the construction of the line will be pushed on with all possible speed.

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