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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

S.OTO PHOTOS. of GURRENT EVENTS are required for Reproduction in the; "BENDIGONIAN," sad will be Paid for at our Usual Rates. MANY EVENTS of INTEREST at which a Photographer is present are constantly occurring in and around Bea digo and the North and North-Western ' Districts, in every part of which the 'BENDIGONIAN" oirculates. Agricultural Shows, Sports Gatherngs, Bazaars, ete., all form good subject. for reproduction, whilst we always desire to be first on th?e spot with illustra tions of floOds, washaways. accidental happenings, etc. .Photos. of Events that are more than one week old' are of very little use. : , ' ic ltr. " , , . , ',,r .,'" .. t.. ,.''?;"' ,'..' - ". "aar . sr.. , i ,;'. ,,o "' ?'' ;:'' . ', . .,".;f {OT???', .:t

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRUIT CROP. EFFECT OF DRY WEATHER. Maryborough, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

FRUIT CROP. EFFECT OF DRY WEATfHER. Maryborough, 3rd March. The fruit crap in the Maryborough dis trict has 'suffered 'considerably owing to the long-continued' dry weather. Tons of apricots were too si(all to be worth har vesting, and dropped to the ground or were left hanging oa the trees. Peaches which should have been 2in. in diameter, were simply skii and stone. The greatest loss, however, is in the apple crop. Many growers had sold for forward delivery or booked space for shipment to Europe. The apples are nearly all below the required stanidard, 2inu. in diameter, and: where thousands of cases should be harvested hundreds only will be obtained. One or two far-seeing growers installed irrigation plants, and the quality and quantity of their crops will pay handsomely for the 'labor and capital expended. The lesson taught by this partial, failure is that it" pays to ensure the crop by having a water supply, which may be available ii. periods i.uch as we are now passing through. ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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AN AUSTRALIAN SWIMMER. FROZEN TO DEATH. ARTHUR CAVILL THE VICTIM. ATTEMPT TO SWIM SEATTLE HARBOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

AN AUSTRALIAN SWIMMER. FROZLN TO DEATH. ARTHUR CAVILL TLHE VICTIM. A-TTEMPT TO SWIM SEATTLE HIARBOR. . cable from Seattle (U.S.A;), dated 2nd 'Mtari ch, ; states :- Airthlur Ca'%ill died fromn exhaustion soon afteir being taken from the water after 'an attempt to swim across the Seattle. Harbor, a distance of three miles. The water was cold, and a strong,wind blew at times. Adverse currents took Cavill out of his course. When 500 yards from the shore he stopped a powerful stroke, and began to paddle after he had been swimminn one 'hour 10 minutes. When a boat approached Cavill grasped at the sides and becam;e un conscious. Medical assistance 'was sum nioned, but the exhausted swimmer died soon afterwards. The doctors 'declared that Cavill was literally frozen to death. Sydney, 3rd March. Dick Cavili, who is at present in Sydney, has no doubt that the swimmer who was frozen to death while trying to swim across Seattle Harbor, is his brother Arthur, otherwise "'Tumns" Cavill. l)ick Ca...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES AND QUERIES [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

AGRICULI URAL NOTES AND QUERIES rBy "GLEANER..") It is intended to publish notes and queries on agricultural subjects in this column we?ekly. The word "agricultural" is used in, its widest sense, and the notes, there fore, will include reference to all phases of land i;ettlement and production. The writer will not only present his own. views on matters of interest to the man on the 'land, but will request his readers to co operate with him in making this column bright and informative Suggestions and queries on subjects per taining to the. land industries are invited, and will be dealt with by the writer or submitted to the readers of these notes for their opinions, which will be published in due cour',3e All readers interested in the developnw? ,t of vgricultur'al production obviously the mainstay of national pro" ,erity-rr.e 'cordiallv invited, to co-operate in makih'g this column 'helpful to prinmary producer.. All- letters addressed td 'Gleaner.' care of the Editor,. will 'rcceiv...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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FIVE AIRSHIPS ORDERED. LONDON, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

FIVE, AIRSHIPS ORDERED. LONDON, 2nd March. In the House of Commcns to-day, -Ur Winston Churclill, First Lord of the Admiralty, announced that the Admiralty was ordering a large rigid airship of the Zeppelin typo from Messrs. Vickers Ltd. A vessel of the Astra Torres type had also oeen ordered from France, and three semi rigid airships from Me~ers. Armstrong, 'Whitworth and Co.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

.·-1 ·i:;·5 Za t :r; MAN \ u ,. I ,.·-·· ····.., I ':::'·s-·.l.r i4~ 13 .,·,~.- ·· i r r · rt (.~. ;e r) ·. ·: . 1 i I~T·L, ~-\~' ·3~.~. ~ 611~~ ·· :-·~~i~·-ri·;~'·.·· ·' :· ·csI~:'-~·i` IiB ·PSS,8:S,0: ~;iii t ·t 9~8~ OmAA flii jTcI Iq i' , :.: Oucen ofallCOC~s f~or~oma Strn ht.ur t tys 15 YEARS GUARANTEE. EASY TERMS. Catalogues ]'ree. Your Old .Piano or Organ taken as. Part Pay w & iS S B' B~ 4. r. ~r* U' k·U5UEEUUE· PIANOS, . ORGANS MUSIC LKING MACHINES ECORDS, .A&nd all Musical Goods. . ..e ,·:··E~":::Complete Home Furnishers. A NEW DEPARTURE. " FURNITURE ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT THE :PURCHASER. r . No need .now to worry over the - 21R." IF YOU WANT FURNITURE ON EX NISHING PROBLEM, for from now out EASY TERMS DEPARTMENTS, -- TENDED TERMS, COME TO MYER'8. YOU CAN GET FROM MYER'S J;UST WHAT YOU WANT, and pay FURNITURE .HOUSEHOLD WHERE THE PLAINLY-MARKED for it when it is most convenient to you. cASH PRICE WILL BE QUOTED. TEN PER CENT. ONLY ABOVE CA RPETS IRONMONGERY M...

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BRITISH NAVY. SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES. AMOUNTING TO £2,500,000. LONDON, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

BRITISH NAVY. SUPPLEMI]NTA RY E'-I"U\LEATES. AMOUNTING TO0 .£2,500,000. LONDON, 2nd March. The First Lord of the Admiralty, (Mr, •Winsto, .Churchill) introduced the suppl, mentary naval estimates, amounting to -2,500,000, into the House of Commons to day. In ,asking that they should be adopted by the House, the Minister said that it was a serious event. but' unavoidable. The cost of increasing the reserves of oil fuel amofinted to £500,000. There was now enough oil to last for three years if peace continued, and for one year should war take place. The acceleration of the construction of certain battleships to cover the delay in hiuildi:ln the Canadian ves gels had accounted for £450,000, and quick. er work by contractors absorbed £1,000,000. SLONDON, 3rd March. The supplementary naval estimates, amounting to .£2,500,000, were agreed to by the House of Commons this evening. y'

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WILL NOT AN INCREASE OF PHOSPHATES INCREASE THE WHEAT YIELD? [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

WILL NOT AN INCREASE OF PHOS PHATES INCREASE THE WHEAT YIELDP Will not an increased dressing per acre of phosphatic manures increase the wheat yield? When the first experiments were made, which led to the general use of these fertilisers in wheat-growing in Victoria and South Australia, the Government demon stration plots appeared to indicate that a light dressing of 35 to 45 lb. per acre was sufficient-that anything beypnd that did not materially increase the yield. The ma. jority of farmers have adhered to this stan dard. Later experiments, however, have shown that heavier dressings will give a yield which will more than compensate for the increased cost of the fertiliser. The re sults at the Rutherglen Experiment Farm last season showed this. Land manured with half a cwt. of super per acre, at the Scst of 2/6, gave a net gain of' 7/6 per acre~ over the ,unmanured plot. With a dressing of-'1 cwt. the', net gain was 11/, and with h ..vt. '14/,per acre 'over the value of the yield. ...

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RAISING THE WHEAT YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

RAISING THE ..WHEAT YIELD. Great :dvances. have been made in ro. cent years in respect to wheat cultivation. The wide-spread use of phoephutic nfanures and of bare Tfllowing and the introduction of new and more prolific varieties of wheat have all tended to increase the whelat yield. It was due to these improved methods rather than to a favorable season that the record wheat yield of over .35 million lbuhels was obtained in Victoria last harvest. But the average yield per acre (13.24 bushels) last harvest is still low compared with that of other grain growing countrics. The United Kingdom is a climate by no means the most favor able for wheat culture, and la.s a yearly ave j rage of over 30 bushels per acre. Great Britain's high average yield is almost wholly due to good farming, in which drainage crop, rotation, thorough cultivation and heavy manuring, all play an important part. It would be idle, of course, to advocate that the methods applied to the cultivation of wheat fields in...

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A FURTHER CHARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

A FURTHEL. CII .AI L. ,l'ho third charge was "h',;lmat being the ~ba'Tlee' of a cheque folr £300, the lroperty of George Cooper,. the'.- accused did frau-. dulently convert the samen. sc? ý'?- ,. and 'is thereby. deemed ,41 N t 1thld . money: - S. Richlard John 3Beniu- fjo, official B3endigo, deposed tl1» y djtCf j f4(or him in: September, 1 1 'in " egard to', loan bon his 'property. tLS?otgage was; xe'j cuted by witness to M~r. _ ii, Kow' , property. The mortgage was years. -When it became due witness saw accused and gave him Instructions to get a loan of another £300 to ,replace the former loan In September, 1912, wituess interviewed ac cused at. his, office, and made further ar rangements for the loan. He signed a se cond document;,in which the name of:George Cooper appeared. He understood that the second mortgage was never completed. Norman Howell, manager of the Union Bank at 13encldio, deposed that: in July,, 1912, he took over securities from aceused. in the Mueller estate. H...

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LARCENY AS A BAILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

=LARCENY AS: A .BAILl E. The nex?: chirge tiken -'as "T'iat'the ac 'ciused: hiving ; as the b'.:.ailee of" Tnoinas iM N'inmee ?and? Alfred William .,'Josph R -o. beits, tr'ading, as M'Nameo . anid Roberts; re ceived ?250 on :orr albout the 22nd October, 1912, ieqiiirin. hii to. pay the .:moneyv, to Sa'imuel Mi1. Cornish, barrister anid sbolicitor, of Castlemaine, did. fraudulently omit to pay suich money, and. he is thereupon -adenl led to hlave stolen the said £250." Thomas M'Namee, iresiding an Oplhirn street,. Golden-square,- deposed t;,lhat in: Oc tober, 1912, he was iin partnership with R:obeirts as -estate agents, .trading as M?'Namee and Robeits. In. October, 1912, his firm was negotiating for the sale of the Sutton" Grange Hotel and store. It was arrznged that £250 was to be paid before Mr. Ludlow, the proprietor, gave posses sion. Witness received ,t250 from Mr. ] T3eves in connection with the sale.' On 14tth :October, 1912, witness . handed ac cused this aniount,. and lie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

I NDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS S ' ~NERVOUS ACIDITY. HEADACHE. FIREMEN! WATCH FOR The . BENDICONIAN of the 17th MARCH, 1914, containing - ILLUSTRATIONS and DESCRIPTIVE READ ING MATTER ini connection with the Fi re Brigades dpi:t; Demonstration AT BENDIGO. PRICE, 3d. : ' PRICE, 3d. Obtainable from all Booksellers or from this Office. ? R t -· - --r- ,, ?

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JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. Five Charges Preferred. COMMITTED FOR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

JULIUS FRITZ LEYPOLDT. Five Charges Preferred. COMMI'I'TED FOR TRIAL.. ,,There were not nearly as many people in the City Court yesterday as on; former occasions -when Julius Fritz Leypold.t, ' fcrmer Bendigo barrister and solicitor; ap peried to answer five charges which had \ been preferred against lim. The adjudicat ing magistrates were Messrs. J. WV. Faul and W. Beebe, Js.P. Mr. A. C. Fairhall, from the Crown Solicitor's office, conducted the prosecution, assisted by Detective Cur rie. Mr. Luke Murphy appeared for ac cused, who occupied a ,seat behind his coun sel during tie hearing of the charges. TRUTSCOTT E1STATE CASE. 'The first charge read as follows:--"Tliat between 1st January and 25th October; 1912, accused, having been entrusted by Johnl Thoinas Percival Truscott and Maria Trus cott, the executors of the will of William Truscott. deceased, as their attorney with certain securities, to wit, two instruments of mortgage, one from George Wilson to Williamn Truscott, to secu...

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POSSIBILITIES OF THE NORTH. A GIANT WATER MELON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

POSSIBILITIES OF THE NORTH. A GIANT WATER MELON. On Wedilesdway last Mr. Thomas M" oore, of Lake Charm, wrote to the proprietors of The '3Bendi!go A:VL-rtiser," slating' that he was forwarding, a water nleion for cut ting Ulp anmong th2 employes of hle "Ad vertiser·." lHe thought that a photo. of it ;night be rcorodcuced in "The Bendi h;onianu'' ma:king good the recent ar ticles which al:peared in th2 "Advertiser" on the possibilities of the north. He added that -.he water melon weo.nicd about 561b., and .was one of mJany big ones he had grown. H-e named. the water melon "Colos :1us," in view of its large growth. TI.a "C.'lossuis" duly came to hand on ' hursday niioht, with a note stating that it had probably lost weight since it had been ,picked. It was brouaht to the ofitce yesterday merning', and found to weigh 5Ulb. It had a circumference of 43in. and a diameter of 14in., whils:; it -.masurcd. ](in. in leno'th. A GI.\ANT \V .ATI' IELON, A square foot rule is placed upright to gi...

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CAUGHT BY AVALANCHE. VIENNA, 7th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

CAUGHT . H E. ," '-Iarch.. Survivoi o ~iý41TI t.b;ýel i l I 111 Eur·ir:P nific~ o.I1 Miount; Ortler. :n 1 i. 11ps w1 h nll;aalanllce o~crwll1il: iu'll of a fibor'iot troop. cigg c ~ (id ill 11 {io slhakein to explain ilwhat ocucTrcLL A . uidle 111 Lb neighboring slope saw a mas17 of siow 800 paces long and 130 pace " irlc detach itself fr-onii tle mcuntalntin, and l~alc.h .thoc patrol.

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FARM & GARDEN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

GE.NERAL. One of the mn10 successful efforts at co-operation in the dairying industry is that undertaken by the Trafalgar Butter Factory. Although it has been in exist ence for some 20 years, it is only about fcur years ago that it was induced tu launch out in a, new direction with the ob lect of assisting its shareholders in other~ va.ys than in marketing their produce. Its first .venture was the purchase of a tluckload of pollard, ,which was sold to its suppliere at cost price. On this com modity there was a saving of threepence per, bushel-no s-mall item when the quau tity that is annually used is taken into consideration. The, u!.cccss achieved in this way induced hce factory to go in for other liles. It is reported that the yearly sales of ill commodities now amount to about' f17,000. One of the reasons of sue. ceas is that the goods are mostly sold in l.ulk. A con?-iggnment of sugar purchased. in bags will be sold by the bag, and it is the same with other goods. Farmers orders...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

W-?I ere: plants have to. be :raised year nftor vyear iu? t?. sane ,block' of: grounid 'it i3 absolutely neces ary .t,that: the .fertility of thle soil should be mniintainied ,with? ad-'s quate :e upplies . of. farm3aid .. manu re.=' and artificial fertilisers, ::ind.. that . a proper s sEteni: of rotation shoitld --be. observed. that i-." that planits. of..the esam e: natural oirdor sh-ouldc not succeed c:.ech othei. Crops th' ' ccuy thle igrouind for. a langa:.time should be . followed .by crops .of .short'. duration: Vegetablesi like carrots, tuirnips, >parsniPl, lect, p.otatoes, thatiiare .grown :, for their roots, : i.ould iboe' fllolwced. ,by: :those .crops v:iichl are .grown for, their leaves, suIch . ' ca .bagea, 'cauliflowers, Brussels sprouts, en cdiTe, spinach,i; lettuce, etc. W-liein the le unminrous or' pod-btearing.: plante like pe'as and 'bebns forin a .:distinctive class. We lave therefore: th'reeC. distiictive classes = thode grown for' roots. those grown- for.. ...

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

F1LOWER GARD.EN.. Stock, aiid pansy seedlings should be large enou gh to, put out. Select the sturdiest plants. '`It is quite possible, after a long dry -spell,. .that, the autumn may be more than a 'usually wet one, and as stocks do no, good in water-logged ground, they will require soil that is readily drained. . More peed of both itlieso plants may be sown for successive iplanitings. As lonis as it remains dry asters require plenty .of ,attention in the .way 'of water :'ing 'rid surfacec. soil, cultivation. Salvia plants may noiv be put out into their. permanent positions&: They are gross 'feeders; and -'-quire very' rich .and deeply tieenched ,soil, whichl will hold moisture. Salvian splondous is, the fiery ;pcarlet variety unequalled' both for borders and for mass ing in beds. Patens is the . pretty blue variety. which is more suitable for bedding. It is not so vigorous a .grower as the splendeus. A novelty in salvia is the Splendeus bicolor. One strain has a pink calys...

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DAIRYING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

DA IRYING NOG. 'Thi: i(twstion whether 'second and-. third. grade creaim -is deleterious to. public health is one: recqiieitly rais.d, rnnd- expert opinion lihas aliva3y bei? in the a"afirrinitii e: 'lhat it is not ,od' food f is ?idmitted: ' The New 'South" Wile's' dairy:- exiert holds the opinion that ino c'eam -which dhas Jbeen invaded -.y microbes ai:isino;iu, from dirt can be regarded as a.: wholesome: Tfood;::hd:: i he "is strongly of opinion that dairy :farmers who send products of this descriptioi -.to factories fobr sale. ought to be .roseciitecd. IIn .fact, he regards it : as only a quiestion :df tinie when dairymen offending in t? ils' wsay :will .be subject to penalties unde.r amended. hiealth laws. It "is a; question` .Vitally .affecting both tlohe healt of tlie people and the prosperity "of the 'dairying industry, and as such should ` longer 'continue to be over lcoked. by those who shape the laws in tbhe. interests -of. the l:public ;lThere. is no food' Whichl can :be...

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IMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

IMPORTANT POINTS TO CONSIDER. A writer in t.he "Tribibunc l'armer" gives some valuable hints upon the drving-up of coWs and the food and care of the cow whik diy. On theso two points he says: -"Mucli has been said about the difficulty of drying up persistent milkers and the danger of injuring them by so doing. This is easier and less dangerous than is usually supposed if it is properly gone about. To mill: a persistent milker only once a day is a sure way to keep her milking. 'The' only way to dry off a cow is to stop milk ing her, and at the same time cut off her feed and change her surroundings. Both always chcl~l milk flow. Keep thie bowels loose, and after a few days milk her out clean. : It will not be long before she is dry. :Then watch outt for an accumu lation of thin:- inlk in the udder; ie soon. as this diisappears begin to feed the cow in order to bUild her up that she nfay have r,4aterital to grow lier unbprn calf, and store up mniaterial to draw,'from after she freshens...

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