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INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. ENGLAND V. SOUTH AFRICA. ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. JOHANNESBURG, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

INTERNATIONAL CRICKET. N?NGLAMD VY. SOUTH AFRICA. ENGLAND WINS RUBBER. JOHANNESBURG, 5th January. The third test match between EngiaLd Ind South Africa was concluded to-day. rbo. Euglishminn won the game, 'and inci lentally ti: riibber,. but the home team 3ut up a mvch better fight in this match, aid at two stagct to-day it had a winning !hance. With 396 runs to get to win, the lfricans made an excellent start on Satur lay, but nevertheless their innings was' over for 304, leaving the Eng-. ishinenr, victors, bv 91 rune. This is the irst occasiolt on which an English team -=h- won the rubber mu South Africa. Scores : ENGLAND. First Inning- .......... .",..: 238 Second Innings ...... ... 306 SOUTH AFRICA. . First TIninrs ... ........ 1 S?cond Innings. Taylor, c Tennyson. i, Relf .:. 70 Zulch, c and b Relf ........ .. Halids, c Tennyson, b Barnes 7 Nourse, c Strudwick, b Barnes '6. Beaumont, b Barnes ... ...... . Rartigan, c Douglas, b Barnes- 0 Newberry, b Barnes ..........13. Ward; ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MINERS' WAGES. CASE FOR ARBITRATION COURT. COLLECTING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

Ii . NERS' WAGES. SCA.SE FOR ARBITRATION COURT. - COLLECTING EVIDENCE. Mi, J. J. . Littlc, general secretary of the, :Fedorated NMiniug Enmpl-)yes' Association of .Australia, and Mr. G. Mooney, of the lirua -of - Messrm. Bremnan and RIundle, solicitors, 3Melbourne, are .at present engaged collect ing and preparing evidence on behalf of -the miners of Victoria and Tasmania for tso when the plaint filed by the M cnern' Association " eforo the Arbitration Court :is oealt wit),. 3Mr. Little stated on Tuesday that it was -confidently expected the miners' plaint would be heard next month. "It is quite time, a' any rate," added Mr. Little, "as we have been waiting our turn for two years.'' Mr. Little further stated that he and Mr. Mooney had just concluded a tour of Tcsmania, where the various branches of the association had been visited and evi -deic4 collected from each They were jubt begin'ning the same work in Victoria, and cere maki i? a start. at Bendigo. Speaking of the position of ...

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DANGERS OF SURF BATHING. TWENTY-FIVE CARRIED OUT TO SEA. Newcastle (N.S.W.), 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

DANGERS OF SURF BATHING. T'_-E N -Fr.VR OAUm~HID OUT TO SFJA. Newcastle (N.S.W.), 6th January. Twenty-five bathers were carried out be yond their depth at the beach today when a strong current was running. Members of the Life-saving Brigade -were fortunately present and all were rescued, At about. 5 o'clock three girls were car ried out, a d before any of the bathers were within 25 yards of them two of the girls threw up thdir hands as if in despair. A score or more strong swimmers- went to their aid and before the life lines were got out the swimmers reached the distressed bathers, who were. safely brought to the beach. The :post of maid-of-honor to the Qemea is naturally a coveted one, but the qiaM - tions demanded are naturally high. lith, of course, is an essential, so are tact, in telligence and cheerfulness. Amongst the accomplishments required. are fluency in at -least two languages ,and profiiency in mua.. T'ie ladies are expected also to ,has se.. acquaintance with outdoor ...

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THE MINERS' PLAINT. SCALE OF WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

THIE Is IEIRS' PLAIST. SCALE OF WAGES. The :plaint of the Miiners' .se. ciztion., in -which the mining companies of VLutoria :ar.d Taimanla are cited, is as follows. The Federated Mining Employes' Asso ciation of Australia, bciin in dispute wrth the respondents on the following matters, that in to say, wages, hours of work, defi nition of certain work, classification of work, classification of duties of employes, -overtime, rates of pay for work done on S?ndays end. holidays, and as overtime, payment -)f contractors, and the conditions of contracting work, dnd the dispute ex tending beyond the limits of any ouo Sta.t. claims that the rating of employes and thu minimum rate of wages to be pai4 to emuploycs, members of the claimant' or renisation, employed by the said respon uents shall, subject to clause No. 65 here. f, ho Machine. men- Per Shift Ordinary.... .... .. . ?...... ....12 6 Shafts and wines ... ... ... ... 13 4 In mtneral water ..... .. 14 4 In rises ...... . 6 S.Miners (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

-And all thin?i appertaining to. the Furnishing of te Home .You t 'ill find us prepared u th Sub starntal and Artistic Furniture and Furnishings, , Carpets, ini?oleum se tc. all reasonably priced, ensuring every Hme Furnihed Beautifully ind Ecnmicall .Call nd spect ou Magnificent Showrooms. THE BEEHIVE"- Pall :Mall Jn -Arid Jacksoin's Corner, View Point. U5l { L J . -( BENDIGO.

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RULERS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

RULERS OF THE WORLD. - I say, with due regard and obligation to men of all other blood and all other nations, that it is upon us who speak the language of Shakespeare that the responsibility of rul ing the world must rest.-The American Am bassador.

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OUR LONDON LETTER. Monday, 1st December, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER. (From Our Special Correspondent.) MTonday, 1st December, :-1913. There is a possibility that Somerse' House, which in its time has played manw parts, may become the house of the Lou don University. Other" suggestions have been made. The Imperial Institute ha: been put forward as a suitable place, an( there are advocates for sites near the Bri tish Museum, near the new County Hal on the south bank of the Thames, or the site of the Foundling Hospital. - Somerse House, however, seems to be the favorite and the Education Committee of the..Lon don County Council have resolved to "re commend to the council to join with lthli University of London in a deputationi ti the Government to set forth ithe advan tages of the site. Somerset Houlse, Wiicli to" the genera public, is the place where 3youi may. go an, see anybody's :vill: on payment of a shil ling, ?ias -.a highly intheresting history. 1 was built .:in ithe m'iddle 'of the s:sixteentl century by Lord Protector Somers...

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STATEMENT BY THE CAPTAIN. BOSTON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

STATEM NT BY THE CAPTAIN. BOSTON, 7th January. Captain Gunter says no explosion took place. He was on the bridge. There was- a cracking sound; and the two parts of the steamer drifted apart. The Spanish steamer Calvo .arrived quickly on the scene, just. fooled about and, went off. The King and Queen ,,of Italy are a most homely couple. Their marriage was a real love affair. It is told that at a time when a happy event was expected in the Royal household the King had gone for a ashort cruise in the Royal yacht, and news was brought that the Queen had suddenly become ill. The yacht at once made for Laurento, where a motor oar was in" waiting. On arri val at the port; however, the sea was so rough that it was impossible either to enter the harbor or for a boat to be launched. ."I shall swim," announced the King, and plunged into the sea. Though a powerful swimmer, he had a terrible struggle. He. reached the shore safely, although exhausted, but he refused to rest, and motored at once t...

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OTHER MEN'S MINDS. LONDONERS' LOST PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

OTHER MEN'S MINDS. LONDONERS' LOST PRIDE. The citizens of London. the residents of Westminster, or of Chelsea, or of Islington,. take less pride in the place in which they were born or in which they dwell than pre ceding generations of their dwellers did. Dr. A. E. Harris.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

DON'T Ail until you are v.orse before starting a c.;: i ~- against disease. ' TT-: r; :,':-? how slight may be your in?'?t.sition your duty to yourse:i demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, insteadofdisappearing of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious' disorders if neglected. Your saiest course is to TAPK BEECH M' PILLS which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other- little symptoms of that sort are indications of digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warning of worse troubles to follow if the cause of the present ail ment be not speedily removed. Don't wait until to-morroiv but take Beecham's Pills Price told., Il11 & ...

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GOVERNMENT POLICY OUTLINED. A SHORT SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

GOVW~RNMENT POLICY OUTLINED. A S.?OiTi SBSSION. Mr. `\'atb, tie State Premier, delivered •his poelicy speech yesterday week at Es -sendon. The following are the principal items thereof: PROPOSED ri1ASURES. Nearly al: his colleagues ait on the plat form that night, nud he was sure they -were all' welcome visitors to Essendon. Ilis .puilmary duty was to annoanec the policy of the .Governmnent, and he was speaking to the people as a who's. HIe believed he .was right in saving that that was the first -ccastion upon which a Ministerial policy had: been unifolded andl promulgated in that :electorate. The Parliament had in the rnatural order of things but nine months to, live. Therefore te would sketch the yproposals of the Government for that p?riod If they were still in offitce in October he would then direct the attention -of the electors to the wider prospect of a new Parliament. 'hoe mcabures it was p*loposed to pass during the short session, which would open on 20th January, and whic...

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[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER VIII.— MR. ROLT SUGGESTS "A LITTLE CHAT." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

*[ALL J+IGHTS ImESDRnVED. THE LAMBARDS. MYSTERY, SIP WVILLIAM ,:3IAGNA Y , T - Authoj' of c The. Ieriess of theSeason n fThe led Chancellb ?'? L'"lie , Master Spirit, Etc CHAPTER YI. MR ROLT SUGGEST LITTLE .CHAT" vious ef"orts tltey ehicli Mad-, to: o hide ýt. "No ; *e couldi 't seo.. v:ything of V 'e irowvinp felloi" tuiyi, decli;ed it?ai shouit laiugh of disappointine t; SPity w? e couklui ' ca·tcl. hini u 'ud a itke. lim pay fori his trespassinga" Fit z-Richa? :added "It is ab6ominable/ to ht i ýa a1?1?i.crean. hanging abou t outiide oz's window?s?,?- Ie. Ia Cguli reimarked .dignaiitly Did I liearii a shoit'- I asked : c l Coir tuirinied:. om i? c quikly.if 'Dd ,ou? A c s!io ?When P After: we ra citP" " Yes That. is what m.tde me follow. ' This =state 'o th-ings •. li.s t b).: l ..Ico .i : to, Jiirby said, eniplhliatilily, Iand led th way back to the draiwing-room. "It is all iright, my clear," h? si: 1, ii a rea isuring' tone. "Notliind to be ralarmned :abouit.:..- We could not ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

ýý0ý ý · Aý41 :ý 0ýýý ýýtti ýr ýý ýýý' PIANO ,. Years' Guarantg - O.Ae KA"Y TERMS. Talking Mashinas Tour Old Piane of RECORDS. .Organ take ? Mitchell St. endigo. . .......C... ...omplete Home Furnishers. A . NEW DEPARTURE.: FURNITURE ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER. No need now to worry over the FUI.- . IF YOU WANT FURNITURE ON 'E-" NISHING PROBLEM, for from now out EASY TERMS DEPARTMENTS, EOR YOU CAN GET FROM MYER'S T JUST WHAT YOU WANT, and pay FURNITURE IHOUSEHOLI) WHERE THE PLAINLY-MARKED for -it when it is nost convenient to you. S E OVE APES CISNMONGERY CASH PRICE WILL BE QUOTED, MYER'S CASH PRICES (WHICH ARE LINOLElMS N¶ITTAIN PLUS 10 PER CENT., WHICH MARKED ON THE GOODS IN PLAIN SHOULD LEAVE NO DOUBT IN YOUR FIGURES) IS ALL* THAT WILL BE BE.DSTADS .. , O D A LOA NDKU TS SUNITRE ON EASY TM . TO I MIN AS TO THE FAIRNESS OF THE .TERMsNo . BEDDthe ING .?OU TRANSA NT:FU. TURN E Ni8HOUSEHOL D-. ,. JUST AS MYER'S CASH PRICES SEWING MACHINES ,,'H SEHD)ABNR TVE PEROME A STANDARD ...

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THE AUTHOR TO THE READER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

TflH AUTITOR "TO TJi . REAi3tRlh; - I saW him off at Tilbury-z?wien. lie' ::left England on his last e zpeditioni./ Already lie was .his own mani once more.- After the blinding, stunning effecti of" the grieat event there had been a quick recupera" tion. His spirit had risenh to a'? wonder ful strength, and even a:certain 'cheerful. Hess. TI did not find it hard to readt the secret of this change. It was not merely that Time, the great assuager, -had begun to do. its work with him, but that he had brought himself to accept without qualm or ques tion Mary 'O'Neill's beautiful belief (the old, old belief) in the immortality of per. sonal love, and was firmly convinced that, freed from the imprisonment of the flesh, she was with him every day and every hour, and that as long as he lived she al ways would be. There was nothing vague, nothing fan. tastic, nothing mawkish, nothing unmanly about this belief, but only the simple faith of a steady soul and a perfectly clear brain. It was goo...

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SHRINE TO PROSERPINE. QUEEN OF NETHERWORLD. DISCOVERY IN ROME. ROME, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

SHRINE fO PROSERPINE. QUEEN. OF NETLHERIWORLD. DISCOVERY IN ROME. ROME, 5th January. Further discoveries are available of the remarkable discoveries made by the eminent Italian archeoologist, Commendatore Boni, - director of the excavations of the Forum and the Palatine. While sinking a shaft from the summit o?f the .Palatine Hill, he came upon the Mundus Patens, sacred to Dis (Pluto) and his wife Proserpiub (Queen of the Infernal R egions) It was covered by a lapis nanahli. a square rough slab of tufa, pierced with two round holes, through which the ,Manes, or departed spirits, were supposed to ascend from the lower world. In the same area was a vaulted granary and several favissm (cellars in which sacred utensils were kept). Immediately below the granary and the Mundus was the innermost :shrine, the holiest centre of the ancient religion. - [Proserpine, in Greek mythology, was the daughter of Zeus and- the earth-goddess Demeter.. As she was gathering flowers in a meadow the earth ...

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AUTUMN RACING CARNIVAL THE ENTRIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

AUTUMN RACING CARNIVAL THE ENTRIES. OAKLEIGH PLATE. Five furlongs and a half. Tingle, Miss Mt ton, Jreland, Pinkerton, Peck o' Maut, Aleconnor. Defence, Jolly 'Beggar, Silver Lad, Pittsburg, Tramentn': ta,. Upright, Ratble% Four. Flush, Nax beiry, Nangunia Queen, Dhuldul, Phiiios -Noble B3ontie, Quair Burn Coolamatong. Precious, Ordinal. Kildalton. Adorn, Lord Walla. Widgiewa, Spica. Audacity, Rose Royal, Miss Gower, Arndel, Freeplay,. Blaque, Bouchal, Machree, Antoinette, Os t ressn. Avonwort. Aboyne, Elvanite, Iswait, Captain White, Yarrien, Andelosia, Gold Thew, Averce. Traquette, Coolagunya i, Trish Mist. Saracen. Highbrow, Lornec, Handsomo Maid, Orphan Maid, Lipola. Trusty Servant, Trixete, Ethel Buckley, Ballvsheon, Brunnhilda, Tofun. Carn.ll, Sinlike. Cider.. Best Scot., Popinjay, Sidera, Early Hope, Woorak. T'atterley. , Athenic, Vaahdo. Arrowform, Nuwara, Eliva, Lord 1iddcll, Kent Loch, Cnlross, Royal Laddic PTetelle. Brattl-, Nappy Lady, Draw Queen, Ra.bv. Hampton. Tadanga...

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COMPROMISE PROPOSED. LONDON, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

UOMTPRQi1EbE 1O)PI ?OSED. LONDON, 10th Jaualiry A schenie whichi is attributed to Mr -Thonmas Lougi, ?, 3..:, lias :been iput forward s b'a (c )iomilic Fiii~.cgard to?Hom?ilRile i. It is suggested ;atht;:d iuriiig the first 20 -'ral' the mi:iliriuoity hdloulj be allotted .70 . seats :ii the Irish -Parliainient, provided th]it, J6 1 seats, tic'r aillocatcd altogethiei, ias jiiovid l in' tho:.piesent. bill, ho two- par-.1` tics ibng= ecquially: represented in the Senat" `.1At t lh< end of the time no chango is l tb . mid .unless mutually agreeable., o:iunless -made by the 3British Parliameiitt;

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ULSTER VOLUNTEER FUND. £1,000,000 RAISED. LONDON, 10th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

ULSTER VOLUNT1DFJ.R FUND: £1 O,00000 R I AISED. LONDON. 10th.` J Ja"uai y L'the-. X1teir yolunteei Indenimiity Fuud:. .hasbenc' com'plet'd, the sum' .'usiire 'for., G;COO Iiwhing .-been subscribed:

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HOME RULE. ULSTER'S ARMY. REGIMENT AT MANOEUVRES. DETECTIVES WATCH OPERATIONS. LONDON, 5th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

HOME RULE. ULSTI~R'S AIlR\Y. REGIMENT AT A?LMNOE?lVRES. DETECTIPVES WATCH O PEJRATIONS. S LONONN 5th January. The East Belfast; regiment of the Ulster oliuiteer. for?e hias concluded a ivceek's nianoeuivres at Ormiston. Lieuteiiant Coloinel Arlington Chichester,, D.S.O., of hie 1st .attalion of the .lDorset Jicgimicnt, and Major Madden wero in charge of the. o~ciutioios. A series of mgiight attacks was. piractsetd unider, the directioin of.., M'ri. T. " M1. M'Caluou::t, ?.P. for East Antrini, and i9on. colonel of, the. iLoyal Antriniu. Artil: ke-ry. Detectives. watched the :,o xercises throughout: S[Lieuteiautv-Colonel Cl'iclieste_ a aw lot. of.: service, in ithe South Afrian .wirif lr: M' alminont was formerly a. calptaiil' _in :th? 8th IHussas.i ]

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DIED IN WEDDING DRESS. BRIDE'S COLLAPSE ON HER WAY TO CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

DIED IN WEDDING DR1ESS. 3BRIDE'S COLLAPSE ON IITE WAY O.TO--' CH URCII. A :.biile died on her 'way: to c·itllu ,:h on the ,e:26tli .November at Guiizg'n, 8 is'itz.ei: laind. ?111 e. Rittekic ? 'ho was' 21 ycars old, 1dressed:: i 1. lher biidal robes -and acconl-.. piuied'1 .? h?r., arents a I,. esmnaids, va s abouti to drive t e d, a . I h 1 to bI -.ar ,id sowhen ftr .ip ( of- her carriage a * >1lL·c w %,l , Ieli house y er t .. "A ad?tor -.zt airrived, soon - aftcer01 i g fi .itl.hrl h'fa g front hiarb.. failure. ?a ' "III the imeantimpi t y;wif and. a. nuiubar of frii . ' re trie church. fin]nancc is international The recent, thli, irese?it condition of things proves it. If ·there is trouble in one country t!e finance of the .ncx .is affected. IThere is a .war in.: the East, and the W\esl; bleeds.. Bunks fall in- the iWest. and the East trembles. The fact t.ha't finance is iternationial: : an- ad vantalge, bec:alusa 11n iindivui.ia' co"itutry ,ai pifford6t diarnm, We catuclet r...

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