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JEALOUS WOMAN. LONDON, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

JEALOUS WOMAN. LONDON, 5th March. Julia Decies, a young woman, was yes-. terday sentenced to seven years' imprison ment for having wounded Basil Piffard with. intent to murder. Piffard, who is a man of independent means, and Decies lived together in a West Ind flat for years, but eventually separat ed under a .written agreement. They met subsequently and dined. out, went :to a theatre, then to a club supper. They return. ed to the flat, where Decies shot Piffard, permanently :niuriiig' his eye, lecause Pit.' fard stated that he. might go to, Paris with] another" woman. When a small boy .was taking his. ather's dinner. lhe stoppdcl for a ;moment to -wattch .. workmnu, emptyifig a sewer. - "That,"' re-. marked -th·o;younjs-ter intereostedly- "is the grating my. brother: lost :a shilling down." The workman's. eyes lit up.. "Well young man," i-e said, with a show of carelessness, "you'd better .ret forward w;th that dinner beforo it's cold:" In bout half. an hour the boy returned, to fi...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BROTHER SHOOTS BROTHER. INJURY NOT SERIOUS. Melbourne, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

BROTHER SHOOTS BROTHER.:: INJURY NOT SERIOUS. Melbourne, - 5th March. fEarly this. evening a young, man named Jolii Mor~an, .25 .years of age,' had an' al tercitioii ?.with-l his mother at 515 Chauel sti eet, Prahran: It is understood that. he threatened his mother, and that his brother, Geoffrey M1organ, aged 22, fearing that John might do his mother injury,. drew. a revolver and shot him in the cheek. The wounded man was hurried to the. Alfred Hospital 'and admitted. His injury is not serious . Geoffrey Morgan has been arrested on':. a. charge of wounding his brother with in tent to murder.

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STORMS IN NEW YORK. Immense Damage Done. UNEMPLOYED INVADE CHURCH NEW YORK, 2nd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

STORMS IN NEIW YORK. Immense Damage Done. .UNEM1PLOYED I1NVDE CHURCH. NEW YORK, 2nd March. A, terrific' snowstorm has been experi enced tlthroughout the eastern States. In conoequence mrany railroads are idle, all; stiect traffic is seriously impeded; and Now York is threatened with a.-milk famine as the farm produce trains cannot reach lth city. STheo New Je 'sey cities of Trenton and Hoboken.are in darkness at night oowing to the breaking of the elect= i0 power lines. Philadclphi. is sufering severely from ni fierce blizzard. : The wircless :system has been dislocateol, and lio communication, can be ,cldd with steamers .off th:e coast.. Several schooners', have g.ono ashore'" and one sailor was drowned. In addition the storm was re sponsible for eight other fatalities. -Hundreds of unemployed entered .the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church during the evening service yestorday.' They etotdped the service, and in reply to thl inqumries of the pastor, their leader stated that he and hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONTHLY MEETING. The monthly meeting was held at the council chamlers, Rushworth, on Tues day. Present:--Crs. =M'KIee (president), Brice, Gunn, Brown, Robinson; Furphy, Sexton, O'Brien, and Speirs. A letter was received 'rom the Public. Works department intimating that the shire's proportiorn of Government subsidy (£750) had been forwarded; also that the council's grant for the repair of main roads leading to -ailway stations was £125, the council to expend . for .£, and the works to be completed by the 30th Juno next; aiso that the unexpended portion of the grant (£148'6/s) for re-decking Kerwin's Bridge over the Goulburn had been r, voted. The engineer was instructed' to put the various works for the expenditure of these moneys in progress as soon as pos sible. Ratepayers o. Colbinabbii Wrote: urging the erection of a municipal )eighbridge at the Colbinabbin railway staiton.- A pub-. lie meeting hadd been held on 25th "F'eb= ruary, anna a resolution cariried...

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GOAL MINE FLOODED. Nine Men Perish. BRUSSELS, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

COAL MINE FLOODED. Nine Men Perish. BRUSSELS, 3rd March. A. disaster occurred at a, colliery at* Strepy (15 miles from Charleroi) to-day. The workings, became flooded at a time when 350 men were below. Fortunately, the niaijority of the miners escaped, but nine Iof the men lost their lives. The first reports received in Brussels announced that the.whole 350 had perished, and created a great Eensation. "Efflio," said Margie, wno was poring over her first reader, "how can I tell which is a 'd' aid which .is a 'b'?" "That's easy," said Efflo, wisely, "the '4' has its tumpny o. ijt ·bj~.

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OUR LONDON LETTER. LONDON, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER-. (From Ovr Special Correspondent.) LONDON, 26th Januaary. The Victoria Memorial has .beni ciomj pleted. On the -13th anniversary-: of.thei delath of .Queen Victoria. Lord : sherW· siii; hblo to report that the magnificent workl for: whichl Ihb public, subscribed £.325,000 hia? been carried -out. Thro:e was sonie outcry sorno years ago w-hen, in order to.,widen :the. Mall, as part of the gcnleral design''it vas; found necessary to .:cut iff. a strip of S~. Jianmes's Prairk. Tie park w ?s alheady small, and it seemed a- pity that ' niiy :of': its: beauty should be sacrifced to make-oak-.a; road- wider. But :everybody io.v' dmit, that the iniprovemient avas a veiry neces sary one, and that thlie widened and tree lined Mall i an important -featui'e: in a noble schemeywhich ilicludes .the Admirtalty Arch, the: extuiisite: meinoirial in fiont "d:o'ff Buckingiam Palace, ind i he l efaciniig' of the Palace :itself . An interestin passage in Lord. Esher's report.is that wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

, ..GOODS REQU!RED TO LAST A LIFETIME. .i B ..XE ........... ..HOME REQUISITES THAT INDICATE TASTE. .,,. .......... ..... DESIGNS AND TEXTURES, TONINGS AND COLORINGS GUARAN . TEEING PERMANENCY OF BRIGHT EFFECTS. These are the Results of BEEHIVE VIEW POINT PURCHASES.-We have bought in the Cheapest Mart, we have Revolutionised our Buying,-therefore our Selling is becoming phenomenal. " - HOMES FURNISHED WITH BEEHIVE FURNITURE STOCK ARE HOMES INDEED. We are .ready to demonstrate our powers to you. Inspection will always interest. "' a Big Output. : Our Stock is daily changing, WE GO IN FOR RELIABILIT !-. - ; ENDr NEAR o lBEEhIVEc OE,,? NEAR OUR -BEEHIVE STORE, BETPfDIG-O

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MOTOR NOTES. MELBOURNE—ADELAIDE RECORD BROKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

MOTOR NOTES. (By "Spark.") 'MELBOU..NE-AD-ELAIDE RECORD .BROKEN. A wonderful motoring performance, and easily the best yet registered in Austras lia, was that of Mr. M. Aunger,. a wel; -.known Adelaide motorist, who on Thureday, O 26th February, established new figures for the record from Melbourne to Adelaide, a distance of 564 miles, his time for the journey being 14 hrs. 54.r min., or an ave rage of 34. miles per hour. Mr. Aunger uwas accomipanied by Mr. Beasley,' also of Adelaide. When interviewed, Mr. Aunger etated:--"t was -a, glorious holiday, and I 'have never had such a' ride in my life. We left Melbourne at :3.5 a..m:, in line wea ther, and were sent off by the officials, of the Automobile Club, and a crowd of motor enthusiasts. We made out a schedule to do 35 .miles per hour, but we did the run at 40.i The motor was a 25 h.p. Vauxhall . Princo Henry,. fitted with two steel stud ded .ind two plain tyres. The only punc turo ivwe had was when we Were travelling at .70 mifes ...

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A REAL HOME LESSSON. FATHER AND DAUGHTER HEAL THEIR CUTS AND SCALDS WITH ZAM-BUK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

'A HEAL HOME LESSON. FA'THER AND DAUGHTER HEAL fTHlI CUTS AND SCALDS WITH ZAM-13UK lii thousands 'of: homes Zam :Buik is daily demonstrating its wonderful utility.16a a flist aid foi accidents. Re1imitrkable sooth imiii, and andlisepti properties .imaike Zai-ny ', 4 BiUk the ideal healr for cut, brfiises,, burns, scalds, sprains, etc. ZhamBitik isubdues pa-in and inflammation,: prevents festring : and eisurs :: a speedy Land :perfect relief. T1h eiexperience of Mrs. C. S. : B s, Cawthorn.e street; Soutliwark, Adelaide,, is a" typical instance; • My. cildren, she says, . "are always in thei wars; but; thaniks to Zami -tBk,; their,,i iijuries: are pedily honled .?y little girl Thlmno :.fell and ' cut hier knee cap. Theo onbii ,was4 ver,. deep and: for?: a:' feit- days: she 'vass practically a cripple Ordinary remedies did. her no. good- I thedn applied Z:.am- uk, which in a: few days. healed her knee splendidly. "My eldest daughter, Lathlecn, severe ly sca.lded her arim -with steam fr...

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ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. MACKAY.) r"Tho Annals of Bondigo" from 1851 to 1867 Lave beenl iproducd in book form, and 'copies may be obtained at this office or at tho local bookselers', prico'ý;/ each. T'1h booku arc profu~sly ili rutrated, -and contain fokling i;hoets rcpreecnting Golden pqjuro i, 1851 ind; Pall Mall in 1857. Next niouith th:e second portion of tho "Annals," iTiom 1868 to 1891, inclusive, will be pub 3ished. Tho. postage on the "Annals" per book posl: is one pnny to any- part of the Conlmonvwealth.1

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1891. (Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

S(Continued. 'The Bendigo Rolling Stock ' Works, 'which gave employment to between 20i and 300 hainds, and paid £25,000 in wages annually, completed several large orders S for rolling stock for the Victorian tall ways. The works were situated at the corner of Williamson and Myers streets. with a frontage to Bullstreet. The `mia chinery and appliances were of an elabo rate description, and thoroughly up to Sdate, enabling the company to construct every requisite in the first and second class 'carriages, excepting the wheels and springs, the latter being supplied . Th. plant was capable of turning out- £100,00O worth of rolling stock, of' the highet class, per annum, besides about £10 000- worth of private vehicles,' such as ?biugies, wag goilettes, and other light : busiess; and pleasure carriages The power -used in the factory consisted of' one ; 75: h:orseipower engine f0r railway work, and:' one 15 h.p. engine for buggy work. In 1891 -Mr. Peter SEllis was sole proprietor of the bu...

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SEED WHEAT APPLICATIONS. BOARD'S ITINERARY. Melbourne, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

ISEED WHEAT APPLICATIONS. BOARD'S ITINERARY. Melbourne, 3rd March. " Asa: aresult of the dry spell, settlers in the various .districts,, principally in the Mallee, applied to the Government for assistance in the direction of obtaining seed wheat. The Lands department , has appointed a depart mental. board to deal with the applications. SThe nmembers of the board will visit Manan. gatang on 10th March; Chillingollah, 11th March, and Sea Lake, 12th March, to give applicants an' opportu.ity to state their re quirements. We are movnig in the direction not o? socialism but of anarchy.- Everywhere we liness of friends, the work of a public repro order. I refer not only to acts of violence but to great strikes of recent years, which .were not between 'mployer and employed so much as a 'revolutionary movement directed against public order. I say nothing as to the right or wrong of. tlhem, but they have been' attempts to hold up the community by depriving them of the necessaries of life. Suc...

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BENDIGO REGATTA. CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

BEN1.DIG,O REGATTA. CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS. The annual regatta of the Sandhurst Rowing Club was held Wednesday at Lake Weeroona.. The !nterest manifested in the proceedings was apparently not great, as the attendance of spectators was not large, even though no c.harge was made for ad mi-sion. The sport, however, proved in teresting, as there was plenty of competi tion in the different events to make up an attractive programme. The weeds, which are again much in evidence on the lake, interfered with the oarsmen and af fected the times. Principal interest was centred in the Club Fours, which was won by B. Richardson's crew after several fine races. The Champion Pairs Race was marred by faulty steering, as a result of which D. Loudon's pair (holders of the championship) lost it to E. Christie and J. Taylor. Mr. W. M'Kie officiated as judge, and Mr. B. R. Rogers as starter, while Mr. Karl Killian was timekeeper. Captain Seymour and Mr. G. Heyes acted as a despatch committee. The secretaria...

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EPIRUS IN REVOLT. AUTONOMY DECLARED. GREEK AUTHORITIES POWERLESS. ATHENS, 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

EPIRUS IN REVOLT. AUTONOMY .DECLARED. GREEK AUTHORITIES POWERLESS. ATHENS, ~rd: March. In accordance' with the wishes of the Greek) Government, wFich is anxious not to offend .the Powers by giving' any en couragenment to the" movement' for an tonomy -in. Epirus, the. Greek: Governor of Rorytza 1 as handed over the town. to the Albanian Provisional Government. At Santi Quaranta 1200 insurgents have declared for autonomy and have occupied a position dominating the town. Fifteen hundred rebels inside Delvino and 2500 'outside have notified that they will not recognise the authority of the Hel. lenic offigials,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

BREAKO WN A REMARKABLE CURE .What Clements Tonic can do in restoring the nerves to healthy power and making the weakened system strong. A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, South Melb., 2/7/11. CLEMIENTS TONIC LTD., " Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' medicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town traffic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I had to give up work. I lay hour after hour. awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the Melbourne Hospital, and many people were there with t...

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A POISONED FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

A POISONED FINGER. If you have a sore finger or a sore place an the forearm, and you begin to feel hi pa:in in the ,2rn:pit, that is a danger signal. It means that there is in the sore place rome .poison which is being absorbed. The blood circulates through the arm, coming into the arm by the arteries, and leaving by th, veins. The circulating fluids ha ve to pass through. the area of the feiterring wound or boil or carbuncle, and they take p sonime of the poison and the septic nmicrobes. and carry them to the armnit. Ir, the armpit are some little glands put there to act as sentinels to prevent the poison getting into the whole systeum. iJ it is a mild ,case the glands are able to colc - e ? ..roison.; f it is a virulent case a, s.~~.~~, mIs may be formed in, the arm

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LET IT OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

' '. T IT OUT. The moment atter has formed in the er it,s i e let out. If the finger b i --discharges of its own accord, all well and good. Nature has done the work wisely and well and cure is in sight. But suppose the surgeon finds that, instea'E of bursting, the matter is travelling from thei finger into the palm of the hand-that an area of skin t.at was quite healthy yester day is to-day all red and swollen-what then? Is the dear doctor that you love so much to tell you to keep on poulticing so that in two more days the redness and swelling' may have travelled farther? Peri1sh the thought! If the house were on fire would fou hold your hand until it had spread to other rooms and/ adjacent houses? You must let the matter out or it will spread up the arm.

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COCOA FOR TEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

COCOA FOR TEA. JHave you tried taking coaoa instead of tea?, I wish some of you would take my advice. It is especially important for anmmie girll~and growing cdhildren. Tea contin.s no Thone-forming or flesh-forming material; there is nothing in tea to re store the wasted muscles of the body; you cannot work on tea, without a: fchling of e:;l]austion Iollowi;ig later. If you happen ;to be an alderman who cats four enormous meals every. day, and whose waintcoats are constartly needing alteration, you need not worry about this tea business. 13ut you and I are not very rich, and we have to make - the most of our weekly allowance for food. If we ,have sixpenee to spend it is very, important that we should get the best- value for our money. Sixpenny worth. of cocoa will do you more good than sixpennyworth. of tea.

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MADE WITH MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914

MlADE WITH 1fILK. The milk and the. sugar you take ""'ith the tea are valuable foodstuffs, but tnere is, such a -tiny drop of milk in the, cup of tea. 1ifr you could make your toeoa wibt muilk, that would be best o anil. And i , you are anmmic or feeble St, run down, or recovering from infllt.za, do remember that what you need is good food; yon will spend your prcoious money on some horrid nostrum, from the drug shop. That one shilling and a penny ha'penny! Whiat a nice lot of milk could be bought .for itt

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