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SPORTS AT NYAH. Swan Hill, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

-SPORTS AT NYAH. Swanr Hill, 3rd January. Athletic and aquatic sports. were held on the Murray at .Nyal on New Year's DAy. The weather.wfv e beautifully filn; and there was a. very: largo'crowd presont. Sub-o'ned are the results:- - Footballers' . Handicap, 100 .yards.-= R. O'Connor, 1; L. Willoughby, 2. Sheffield Handicap, .130 yardsO0. 'Wi son, 6 yds.' 1. J; Donald; -6.yds., 2. o Novico Rice, 100 yds0;O. Wilson-, 9 yds,; 1; .T Donald, 10 yds. 2; L. Willoughby,: 10 \ds., 3. Swinmniii:i Handicjp, 150:: yarde.--T.? Coo p;er, 7 sec., 1; M. Hislop, 2'scr., 2;. P. T.:, Byrnes, 10 sec., :.. ?wimmiing' in Coat, TriofsOr's :aiid Boots. -A roasander. Ladies' Nomination_ ,100 yards? M. - His=' lop. Divili Conipetition, Redpath, 1. I-igh !Jump. W Soxrlev, 1: R: O'Coiinnor and L. Hisiop dead hIet11 Youni; La dies RI ce. --ivy Gellie, :1; Li ly Marrried: Ladies' t;icc. Mirs j Ryland? At night the Swan Hill MiuistielsC .indeLr the directorship of r. R. C. :vans, gaveo an entertainme ii in the 1:...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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TALKS ON HEALTH. EVILS OF ALCOHOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

TALKS ON HEALTH. (By a Family Doctor.) J!"VILS OF ALCOHOL. Am I a."temperance reformer? Well, you do not often see me on a platform or marching .behind a brass band, but I do endeavor in my own small way to dis suade men and women from alcoholic liquors. In my experience as a doctor, the harm done by alcohol is enormous, im measurable, and the good done b?y alcohol is very slight Of course, the temperate man who drinks a glass of ale with his dinner and another with. his supper does not come under my ken; he, douce man, leads a quiet, respectable, healthy 'life, and does not trouble doctors much. But all the cases of alcoholism which result in dam age to the system do come under my care, and so it may be I get an exaggerated idea of the harm done. And yet, the older I grow the more convinced I am that we could all get along very' well without alcohol.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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HIGH JUMP FEAT. BENDIGO RECORD BEATEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

fHIGH JUMP FEAT. BENDIGO RECORD BEATEN. This afternoon in the Camp Reseive after Sandy had won the High-jumping Contest, and had gained the special prize for elearing 7ft.. the owner asked permis sion from the stewards to give an exhibi tion to try and break the Victorian re cord of 7ft. lV;in., made at the Bendigo Agricultural Society's Show. The neces sary ,permission was granted, and the pole was raised to 7ft. 24in. The horse, although it iust touched the rail, got over without dislodging it, and the assembled crowd gave both the horse and its owner a great ovation. After the jump the Mayor (Cr. Cornish) and Mr. I. RB. Kerr, the master of sports, carefully measured the distance, ard fcund. that the horse had: cleared 7ft. 2.in., thus .breaking the re cord.

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SPORTS AT COROP. Rochester, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

SUOICI1T AT COR U1'. ýLochester, 2i;d January. . Corop was a scene of great activity on New Year's Day, when the right bank of the lake was thronged with people. The • Rushworth Band considerably enlivened the proceedings. The day passed off with: out the slightest unpleasantness, al though in the open hunters Mr. Les Robins had a severe fall, and received pain ful abrasions to his face. The secretary, (Mr. W. Ross) had everything well in hand. The committee all worked hard to make the outing a success, and the president (Mr. W. l'Carthy) and vice-president .(Mr.. Johnson) were most energetic and solicitous about the comfort and enjoyment ot -patrons. Details:--Boys' Ilace (10 years and under)--P. Mara, 1; H. Wileman, 2. . Girls' Race (10 years and under)-M. Koch, 1; E. Wiseman, 2. Boys' hace (14: -years and, under)--J. -Jenkins, 1, J. Robertson, 12. Girls' Race .(14 , years and under)H.-I . :Wileman, 1; L. Robertson, 2. Novice Handicap Footrace, 1i0 C yds. -L. Brown; 1; 1? M'Naugit...

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PLUCKY WOMAN. LONDON, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

PLUCKY WOMAN. LONDON, 2nd Januairy CGu4tavo Hamel, the well-known airman :: ascendea in an aeroplane to-day witl? Maiss. -'Nrehawko Davies as a passengr' The r:: siihessfully looped the I. cop, and M-?Siis DThv's there1y earned th:ye distinction iof ,b~iig the first woman to perform the:

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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EXECUTIONS IN CHINA. 24,000 IN ONE YEAR. ROBBERS STERNLY DEALT WITH. PEKING, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

EXECUTIONS IN CHINA. 24,000 IN ONE YEAR.. ROBBERS STERNLY DiEALT IWVITRI-I PEKING,: 2nd January, . -it is * Aetimated thati 24,000; :ex?cutiiohi tciok place in thec Provifice bf Szecluan dur-.I : inig ::191 3. T ' majority ' of tlio picrsons: who: suiiffered: thio extreme penalty of'te t :,h 'la'w iere -robbers. The magnitude o- F this i capi'tal :nitiisliment list is attributed' : :ia.rtly: to :iational transition troubles and:' ' .partly to the dearness of opium. . .:. ,7> :," ,''? • {', - -' ,~ r '",,?.- . • :.? ..: ,:,

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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GENERAL CABLE NEWS. TEHERAN, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

GENERAL CABLE NEWS. TEHERAN, 30th December. Ten peasants who were returning from a fair at Saratoff, after a snowstorm, were frozen to death. Twenty ot!:ers are miss ing. LONDON, 30th December. Six children, while playing in a 'Jarm left at Boughtoni yesterday, struck '-some matches and set fire to the building.] Four rushed out, but owing to their fright did not mention their companuions. When the.. flames were subllued the charred bodies of the two children were found. Incomes of London charities `amounted to .£8,088,000 for the year, a decline of £130,!)00. The chii:f decrease was sustained" by the Homo and Foreign Mis.ioza: namely, £115,000. Port of London Authority: has, placed cont'acts foi'. lock :gates,: bridges• :.and: caisson- connection for: thlie Royal Albert. Dock with two Gerian i firnm slhowing a saving of 25 p:or cent. on the lowest Bri tish tender of ..179,000. There has been laid between Nevin, Carnarvousliire, and HIowth -Iai Dublin a telephoneu cable,: which ::is...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BRUTAL MURDER OF A GIRL. PRIEST CHARGED. JURY DISAGREES. NEW YORK, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

BRUTAL MURDER OF A GIRL. PRIEST `CHARGED. . JURY DISAGRZES. . NEW YORK, 31st December. .' Tho jury in the case in which liand Sc]midt" i3 charged with the murder... of: Arinellr, a girl, disagreed after a lengthy: Stiial. Thlle jury was discharged, aud:; a liew trial ordered Schmidt behaved like a. maniac througnh cut the proceedings. He quarrelled .wthl the lawyers, and talked to the jurymen ?iv sultingly. I1. giving evidence oi :his o-,r. behalf Schmidt declared that God called hin. to commit the crime. The insanity commission had refused to:: pronounce Schmidt insane. [In September last the body of0 Au La Amneller was recovered fronm th' . "]ast River in a dismembered condition..-: A the inque't which followed, the Rev. .liGns". ,Schmidt was found guilty of having mnnr dercd the girl. Schmidt claimed ,tO htiu';r been .married to Amncller, aiid .:whlien :ar rcted confessed that he k-lledhe' deiclai inu that he committed the .deed: foai',love.: When the foreman of the coroner' jiir...

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

PERSONAL. M1r. W. ITunter, one of the largest. nin ing investors in the city, is slowly recover ing from his recent serious illness. Mr. Paul Dufiaultt and his company ap r ared in the Adelaide T'own H[all on Satur day weck. S9making of Miss Bindley, the "South Australian Advertiser" says: "Miss l'auline ]3indley, a tendigo soprano, tmade a good impression in Verdi's 'Care Nomo' aria. Her voice is clear and reson atit, and with further study and experience the should excel in operal ic singing. Of a biacket 'of three songs, '[ Ilid My Love,' -y D'3,a'irdelot, Arae's ''tehc Lass With the Delicate Air,' and Georgina Peterson's 'The . oonte:-ang,' the first was the best. It vas sung with iust the necessary abandon, without which it canlnot be successful. For encore, a dainty song, 'Dreams,' by War ner, was chosen. With Mr. D}ufault the diet, .'A Night in Venice,' was so muach ap pieciated that a 'repeat' was demanded." Mir . A. TJincley has received the fol lowing letter froni Mr. Paul...

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WORLD'S SHIPBUILDING. 3936 NEW VESSELS IN 1913. BRITISH FIRM HEADS LIST. LONDON, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

SWORLD'S SHiPBUILDING. 3936 NEWV VESSELS IN 1913. S BRITISH FIRM h1ADS LIST. SLONDON, 30lh December.. Statistics published to-cay show that the-> -world's shipbuilding output for *1913 iroached a: grand total of 3936 vessels, with' an aggregat-tonnag e of 4,267,116 tons. SThe 'EritLsh firm of Sir W. G. Armstrong , :.Whitwoirtll and Co. Ltd., of Elawick and Nevwcastle-on-Tiyne heads the list with 'an out:ut Tfr tlhe year of 99,0,0 toius. . Mr. Upton Sinclair, the- American author, tells a story of a - game of poker in the Wild West. A tenderfoot, looking on, saw. one of the players deal: himself four "aces from the bottom of the pack. The tenderfoot whis -pcred indignantly to another onlooker: "Did`. " you. see that?" "'What?" asked , the other;: "That swindler dealt himself four aces,".: the -tenderfoot hissed. "Waal," ,'as the astozii1~h-4' reply, "wasut it his deal'" ?-:

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HYGIENE OF THE MOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

HYGIENE OF THE . a'UTH. The gernis which c'a.use thloso ugly swell ings on 'the side of ..the neck, resulting often in 'o6peiratios, absccses and -scars, found theii -vaiy into the. neck through the n outh. A ragged tonsil, a. septic tooth socket, an old deccayed root with a minute ulceration rounl i it; gave the germs the cpl,. rtlunity for which they had been long ing. Alwa.ve keen your, teeth in pelfect cider for the sake of offering a good line cf defence a'g:inst the gorms that find their way- into tlhe mouth from tho dust of the air. For this reason it is that of rll lmatter-s which h'lve engaged the attention of medical mben dnring tho last few years, ]:erhans the hy.icnc ofe, the mouth is the most important.

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A WORD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

A WORD OF ADVICE. Talking about -poultices, it is important that they should b0o made ver y light. I hale often .seen:. a: little- child withi bionchitis half smiotlihied :under an enorm ous poultice~ weighing severanl ounces.` Now, a child with a gasping heaving chest wants to have Ifree- play, - and a :weight oii the chest merely adds to its distress. ; It is:' had enough to hliave to breathe` at all wheni you iha?ye bronicho-pneumtoni;a, and have to work your chest, at t te rate of- 30 or 40 to the minuteJ, it with aI poultice sitting on your chest life is rot worth living' at all. And although a poultice should be hot, let there be moderation in all things I have seen scairs on little children's chests from scalding roultices.

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DISADVANTAGES OF POULTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

DISADVANTAGES OF POULTICES. Poultices, too, are old friends, but still they do not 'ome up to the hot water bottle. First of all, poultices are a nuis ance to make; then they need frequent changing if they are to be any good; they are clumsy and floppy, and cannot always be applied neatly to the painful area. Now the hot water bottle will re tain its heat for many hours, which is a great blessing to the unfortunate nurse who may have to do diuty night and day. The hot water bottle is a well-meaning, good-natured, reliable instrument of heal ing.

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COMFORTING HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

COMFORTING HEAT. The application of heat in sonme form is often "grateful and comforting when soma part of the bodv is inflamed or painful; the aching of pleurisy, the stabbing pain of pleuro-pneumonia, colic of the bowels, and many other kinds of pain are often assuaged by heat. I advocate the india rubber hot water bottle. They are not al ways to be had at a moment's notice, but, nevertheless, they are very useful things to have in the house. Hot flannels are also a sensible method of applying heat, and I think it is better to warm them in the dry oven instead of wringing them out of hot water; the wet compresses so soon get cold, and then they are very uncomfortable and may even do harm by giving the poor patient a secord chill. A wet, clammy flannel is a most, unsatisfactory bed-fellow.

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VEDRINES MAKES PROGRESS. ARRIVAL AT JAFFA. JERUSALEM, 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

VEDR1INE MAKl.s Pr.OGRE.SS. ARRIVAL AT JAFFA. JIJERUSALEM, 28th December. The well-known French airman, Jules Vedrines, who is flying from Paris to Cario, prior to makinu his flight to Australia, has; arrived at Jafia from Tripoli, in Syria.

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FROM PARIS TO CAIRO. VEDRINES FINISHES GREAT FLIGHT. CAIRO, 29th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

lFRO0 PARIS. TO CAIRO. VE:D.RINE?S ' FINISHEIS GREAT .FLIGHT. CAIRO, 29th Decomber. The -celebrated French airman, Jules Vedriuin, ha;s accolnplished his: flight fronm Paris to Cairo. le arrived at the iatter city to-day fron 'Jaffa. [tedrines undertook the Paris-Cairo flight. as a. pruhlde to his. proposed round-the world fli hti wlhiclh is to include Australia.].

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M. VEDRINES PLANS. CAIRO, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

M1. V"DlIINES ' PLANS. CAIRO, 31st December. Jules Vedrines, the lamous aviator, 'ho has tl?win here front Paris, will stay. at Cairo for a fortnight. Thence he will go. to Asia Minor India, China, East Indies, and Australia. H-e - declares that instead' of looping the loop :e is going to loop the globe.

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AFRICA TO BE TRAVERSED. PARIS, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

AIFR [LCA TO BE TfLAYVEILSED. PARIS, 2nd Jaunriry. Jules Velr.ines, .lhe famous aviator, who iccently completed a flight. from Paris to. Cairo, bha been requcated by the F'rench Aerial League. to continue his flight from CG:iro :o Ca.petown. Provi',ioa is being made at Momba sa, Zanzibar, Mrozamuiqule,. Quilimane, a.nun Beira. t;o establish stopping places undcr tho guidance of the French Consuls If Vedrines rcf".ses, the lcaguo will en- trs.t the flight' to aiother. aviator.

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JERUSALEM AMAZED. JERUSALEM, 2nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

JERIUSALE2I AMAZEL). JERIUSALEM, 2nd January Bonnicr, i ho first aviator to visit Jerusa ien, .:arrived here yesterday. - The entire. 1-opulace -turned. out and -watched Uhm land inl openl-mou:.ltcld wonder. B]onnior subseq'lentiy departed for ;Giro. Bonnier arrived ]:ere from Paris. The 1eople were bewil1iered. I-Ie subsequently set out for, and arrived at, Cairo. Lord Onslow tells a good tale against him self about a cattle show he attended, where a bull named after him took the first prize. After the show his Lordship accepted the invitation of a well-known stock-breeder to visit his farm, and the latter wired to his bailiff to meet a certain train, adding, "I am bringing. the Earl of Onslow with me." Instead of bringing a carriage the bailiff met them with a stick and ring and ropes, and all the paraphernalia needed for leading an animal home, being under the impression that his master had bought the champion bull. He was quite disappointed when the human earl arrived instead.

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VISITING BANDS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

VISITING BANDS IýTEfRTAILD.u r.; It is a. matitr of miuch i regret thatn; th .iopeto.n Band is ::the only local b?n?i :w3lichlcodnetdrii at th -- Caledonian ctQ1A foi:;thy :l: .go ?ohield. Owiniig. to a c-irbination of o scas the otheri local iani ir 'did not think it ?advisabil t co?oimpete Thli corimntitoi 3 Ati :wlbc he Richmond Cit'. the present holders of:, the trophy); th113 xVc egnal Baid' (Fitzro6); ?iid ?thef) e iuca SI deral., Band. Th' Vice-Re al , Baiknd ~?i -ived by the umorning trai,;' aud the Richmond City b, the follownig tr??rii On arrival they nabliced t tne oy 1 Hall, where they were enteltained I?y te.: layor and Mayoress (Cr :'id :Mi:is D -A??. drew). Amongst those present were Chieft Wall~e, ex-Chiefe Forbes and Brown, and OFFICIALS OF THE BEBNDIGO CALEDONIAN SOCIETY. Vice-chief D. M'Vean. E. K. Varcoe Chief .J. Walker. - Vice-chief J. N. Neilson. - (assistant secretary). J. ]). Andrew (secretary). oter officers of thie Caledonian Sociy .ic, Mayor e.xterded tli...

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