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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

EDUCATION. If I had to appoint a Royal Commission now I would apnoint one which would dis cover what education really meant. It could not mean that which did not stimulate, but destroyed, the divine inquisitiveness of child hood.-Sir G. H. Reid.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

THE DIFFERENCE. The Moslem is permitted to marry mor, than one woman under the strictest rulbs and regulations. The result is virtually aenerai monogamy. The Christian is forbidden to marry more than one woman. The result is widespread polygamy and immorality.-The Sheikul-Islam.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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CULTURE FOR WIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

,CULTURE FOR WIVES. The old argument was that highly educated women would not be able to fulfil their prim ary duties in the home, but I do. not believe that because a woman is well educated she makes a less admirable wife or mother. On the contrary, a wonderful influence emanates from the cultured woman and benefits all who come. into contact with her.--Rev. E 8. Palmer.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

PUPI TYOS \,R K 7 . '- UJk SOAP Anid Cuticuia Ointment. ,lTheir i?? tends to prevent porc' clog ging?pimples, blackhiids, red iless, 'roughncss aid other u wholesome conditions of the skin; Cutlcura Soap and Olntment aro sold throti.ghout the ? ioworld. A liberal sample of each, with' 3'1-pago. b". ooklct onr the care and treatment of the skin and . sealp, sent post-free. Address it. Towns & Co., S: Hydnoy, N, i. W'. " ,' "I; . 36 ;? --- ? -= , ? - ? + . : i,+. _...:-? :? -% . , ++ . . \z, f' "t. - --+ IMPORTANT TO EVERY. WOMAN. L MRS. . P. STEBWARTT, Of the Headquarters Staff of "THEE LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH.'" 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. will Visit Bendigo on the first and second Thursday of each imonth,. and maty be Consulted at the City PFamily Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 n.m. Every woman who is the victin of ill hrealth. or who is threatened wit: critical operation, and every wife who I-is oeen dis hiumointed in her desire to fill tne noble mis sion of motherhood...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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VETERAN STATESMAN. MR. CHAMBERLAIN'S RETIREMENT. PRESS TRIBUTES. LONDON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

V-i ETERAN STATESMAN. M;f M CIHAMBERLAIN'S RETIREMENT l PRESS TRIBUTES. :.,*. LONDON, 7th: Jariiiaryi' ;Mr?. Joseph Chamberlain, M.P?.,Ilio -ijas iannounced that he will not staii?4if_1 Phr-.2, -lianiten tat the next. general election, ha- ' ilddiresEed a letter to his constituents, ins - iwich lihe says that he cannol hbope to do Parlihmnentary work again. ' he con-i Stifiency, Mr. Chamberlain declares; i eeds 1 a:: younger man. ' The announcement has been received wvith, th oe greatest possibloP regret :"in :all circles..i 1rrespective of party. The heli lth f the: " : vetcrar'i- statesmhni~ ; wichi has -beenl: in an. -linsatisfactory yconditcion:tli faot yeairs;.. past,, has' liot. beycohie iy worse. Mr. Chlaiibeirain" willI shortly make one o.f -Ihis periodical. visits to .:theo Rivieri. : H-is son. Neville, is likely to contest' 1bii father's seat (Birmingham :West) iti' tlhe, inextt e!ection. Mr: iAnsten, O Cliaiberlain, M.P. for East Wlorceershirci. and one of ihec leaders of...

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BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. IMPROVED RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION. IMPROvLED RETURN. Anr aggregate, of 1156 eggs was laid by, the competing penls in the Bendigo egg., laying contest last week, this number being ii 'slight improvement on the figures for the preceding few weeks. The total number of eggs laid sincs the competition con:' --enced approximates 40,000, ..the exact figuzes -being 39,987: eggs, an average of. 930 .eggs per pen. . Pride of. :place. on.the week's list was divided. by Messrp. Hall; ?'Kenzie,- and Pope's Leghorns, witlih B5 eggs each, Messrs. T.. S. Goodisson hnd W. G-- Swift's .Leghorns coming :ncet with 33 eggs. 'iThe daily returns from the thliree former lcnis were :--Hall---5 4, 5, 5, 6, 5 6-35 ;- MIKenzie-5, 5, 4, 5, 6, 5,. 5,--35: Pope--6, 5, 5, 4,, 5, 6, 4-35. . The= daily eggregates were-2nd .- January, 174; ;3rd, 15i2;: 4th, 162; 5th, 176; 6th, 159; 7th, 177: and 8th, 156. Eleven hens' were:' out of the pens duringf the ,week, owing to Sbi'odiness. Mr. Bl. Hlanbury s LLeghorns maintain t...

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THE AEROPLANE IN EGYPT. FLIGHTS TO KHARTOUM. CAIRO, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

THE- AEROPLAN IN EGYPT. ·LIGTh-1'S' TO KHA U ORTJ CALL' O .7thl .-Jaiunitr Tbo. .viato' .Pouirpe. - hase reaiched' WadI halfa on a:il, z'ight front .Can.ir to 1{hnrtour1: 1 he. appeiarance of the- acria! 'visitor created z p~rofoundil iniprin·csio-i :anion;1 tlt: : ,ltr'uc in and 1'a1oi'lnid .i.ottan, to whichi part no i c.ropl :ne :.had , previously ,ourucyc'd Frank M eanot, '_tho Thiglish: airttian, hns :c iiyt ac.hlyuplcno 'flighIt: front` Cairo to RIii~jla'~Um~; 'r rW 'idy Halfa, h .'Ibout 600 .iies . from Cant o ;zs . !r'i c.!to-vl.flies;- ,ititd 'appio-cipIn rt44'0yl is is grit ndditiou-tl t::500:~l to KilIea oum.]

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BOY IMMIGRANTS. SATISFACTORY LETTERS. Melbourne, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

BOY IMMIGRANTS. SATISiFACTO?('Y LETERis. Melbourno;, 8thJanuatry. -During.the :past few. weeks the Immigra s tion B-'·ureau ,has received .a. number ;o letteis from. lads who came.. out to V0ic toria' fromi Great Britain to obtain experi. once in agricultural pursuits, and have been placed through the bureau, with far. iners in various parts of the State. Re. ferring to the correspondence, the Minister in. charge of immigration (Mr. Hagcltlhorn said the lads who had corresponded with the department appeared to be satisfied *with their new environment, and confident that they would succeed. One lad, writing from a Gippsland farm, says:-"I could rot be more happy or better pleased with myself. I am withl a very flne. Australian family,:am being well looked after, and am sure .it ?is the- ideal life and place for any British li;id or person- that intends carnir.g and :e avino money. I also think I shall iever :egret the day I . left old- England.' An employer, writing from a Malice dis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

DEDIO POMADE deetroys all Vermin on Poultry,' Cattle, Horses, and Swine; 1', posted, 1/2 Brin, chemist, E. Malvern, V. Chemists, stores. sell it. SIn, Berlin the firemen wear water-jackets with a double skin, which they are able to fill= xith water :from the hose, If the space. .lbetvedn the' layers becomes overfilled the w?ter ecapes' through a valvo 'at the top .f. the. helmetn , and flows down ov?e the fire inan -,ikn at cascade, protectin?; him doubly. The French police have arrested an old. ,Thief, ]kriown as "Father Noel," who never entered a . tobacconist's. shop without taking at least twenty 'cigars. LHe. stole daily an Sveorage of 300 cigars, of the best quality, and a womanr who. worked with" him put them into boxes and soll , :theme to. restaurant keepers at a greatly-reduced price.

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GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

Sof shell e?gJ c ro thoe :resilt of fowls nt: :hvineii sufficient grit n"id limne o0 through being in an abnorinally -fait conditioiln B-3y the :cnd .. of; Jau:iiary the ~veeding-out ' proc? :should b6 finiuised. All youing ?stock withl. i:rooked liticks;, wry or squirrel thils;: shlould: bb1 killed,: :leaving only . the beot stock on iiand. -Keejt'he houses lean. i nd free roii ier .mii . 'Th? i- cl~e:- sthould'' it:; 'n xiio.ble, o that they` cai be takeii ouit occasiondloly. and dipped in pirafiin.,: A little should also bc uin-. down it li bback of t ho fasteiiings. aX,1 slloidd ,clear theii out ::Use 1 edio p ~ oi thei lbiids iow i d andc.gaiii, ani pr l:ice dij.. bithl: A' bb:ft. byL 3f . i Sfin .u "sanMd aiid :.shesl. :livnte .1; pho that the it tin 'cani 1ino it for S.ou'rs eali :kday: 0] arcoal is -good as placed uii ntheo: u::: :i-n 'Tloe vou wi stoeelk il be x?tdy for peni a-ii up for sho~v pu poses iow. It is necessary to havo:~ tihen uiider cover ,o as -.to keep thel nl...

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HINTS FOR POULTRY-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

HINTS ITO PO ULTRIY- KEKPRLS. :T?h best quility stook are the chesfilct Avoid inaize iii simnier . Place LEpsomn sa~ts ;n ;t"lie drinkiiig Wat?itcr Kill off ilalold.:]iche . Theare ldro??a t. the flecl Tho young kic 1 that lys' is thei soft to Soii't boe led istriy by ipoiltry faddists , .ho; tell,: you0 that you can mi' ]ke 500 a year out of .fowls 'To?iinyone waniting t: i:o h-viat is `iin fol1s I ould say a do cdut lipiag if warired iight.

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POULTRY NOTES. TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

POULTRY NOTES. (13y "Feathcr.") '1TO CORRE1ISPONDENTS. l..B.,', Dimbooia.-I caunot, reuommen, any special breeder, but all you .have' mentioned are reliable." (2) Ir. would rs-. connmmend thle former breed for your ?pur pose. (3)`: All stores sell, pedic,?lopaiade See directionls with it. . (4) No. (5 aud 6) Yes.

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ANTARCTIC HERO. CAPTAIN OATES LEAVES £28,828. LONDON, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

CAPTAIN'. OATEAS _LEAVES £28,82~. - LONDON., :6th Jnnuary. :'The _vi11 of the late Captain L. E. G. Oiteos. one of the in'embers of 'Captain .Scott's ill-fated cPolar .party, has been lndged' for.. probate, purposes. The estate amounts to £28,828, an Canptainu Oates be' cueathed all to his britlbor.

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HORRORS IN RUSSIA. FARMER TORTURED. CHILDREN DASHED TO DEATH. ST. PETERSBURG, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

HORRORS IN RUSSIA. FARM[ER TORTUR.ED. CHILDRENI DASHED TO DIEAT . ST. PETERSBURG, 6th January. £. c talogue of horrors is contained in a story sent from Stanitza, in Caucasia. When a party of robbers, after having invaded the premises of a farmer named Kovanko, residig iear the town, failed to find any money, they set about wreaking awful revenge on the occupants of the dwelling. Kovanko, in the presence of his wife and grandchildren had his nose cut off, his ears sliced, his finger-nails torn out, and his fingers chopped away. As he fell to th, ground in a state of collapse, petroleum was poured over his clothes, and the oil being set on fire, he was burnt to death. Turning their attention to the other ocupants of the house, the robbers first sub. jected Kovanko's wife and the grandchil dren to unnameable atrocities. Then they burnt the woman to death, and seizing.the child'en by the legs, dashed their brains out against the walls of the building. The message from Stanitza adds tha...

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SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

,SOCIAL NOTES. SUCCESSFUL CANDIDA.TE.-MiSS Hannie 1 Iser, daughter of Mr. H. Iser, of Bramble-street, was successful in gaining honors in German at the recent senior pub li, examinations. She received her tuition from Fran Biscamp, of this city, and-when it is remembered that she had only been studying the language for two years, Miss Iser's success is all the more creditable. Miss Iser was the only country candidate in Victoria to obtain honors at this ex amiination. MA,"r orNIAL.--An interesting wedding was celebrated at the Sacred Heart Cathe dral, Bendigo, on New Year's Day. The con tr:actirng parties were Mr. Thomas Brasier, son of Mr. Thomas Brasier, of the Railway department, and Miss Winnie Brady, daughter of Sergeant Brady, of the Ben digo police office. The Rev. Father Tehan was t he officiating clergyman. The bride .eutered the cathedral ,n the arm of her father, and was supported by Miss May Brady and Miss Violet Brasier as brides maids. Mr. James Brady (brother of the b...

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FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

FAREWELL SOCIAL. At St. John's, North Bendigo, on Wed 'esday night the members and friends pf St. John's Church of England, North Ben digo, met in the school hall to bid fare well to the Rev. M. T. Jones, who has been reader in charge during; the past nine months, and to Mr. Beckerleg, who for a very long time has been officially con ,nected with the different agencies at work in the church, especially in the Sunday school. ýNotwithstanding the oppressive weather, a goodly number attended the farewell social, thereby testifying to the high .steemn in which the two lepl:arting friends were held. The chair was occupied by the Rev. Canon Watson, of the Theo logical Hall, ".who opened tlle proceedings with prayer. The first item on the pro gramme was a piano duct by Mrs- and ..Miss Morter. Then followed songs by ?Misses Wittschlicbe, Greig, Trusectt, and Mrs. Morter. Mr. P. Knight contributed a violin solo, and was encored. Recitations by Misses M'IIardy, C. Greig. and Mrs.' .Morter wer...

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£30, OR THREE MONTHS. LONDON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

£30, OR THREE MONTHS. LONDON, 71h January. A storekeeper at Croydon was yesterday fined £30 or three months' imprlsonment for selling margarine as butter. He had previously been convicted for similar of fences. Bombardier Wells, the English boxer, will meet P'igot, a French heavyweight, in a contest at Cardiff on 24th January.

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RAILWAY WORKSHOPS. SITE NOT YET READY. WORK PROCEEDS SLOWLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

RAILWAY WORKSHOPS. SITE NOT YET READY. WORK PROcEEDS SLOWLY. Although the contract time for the pro, paration of the site for the railway work. shops at Pendigo East expired on 27th Oc tober last, the work is not yet completed, and it will apparently be some weeks before the contractor (Mr. G. V1?, laylor) co~,. pletes his task. When the contract was let in May last it was estimated that about 122,000 cubic 7ards of earth and stone had to be removed, and the estimate certainly does not appear to have been excessive, when the alteration in the geological as pect of the locality is seen. The side of the hill has not yet been entirely removed. and it is here that most of the work now remains to be done. Blasting operations irec still being carried on, and the eartk t being carted to the depressions, so that - filling up and cutting down a fine, acious flat surface for thl erection of the uildings has been provided. The contractor has kept his full gang and plant working, and the site i...

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MARGARINE AS BUTTER. THREE YEARS' GAOL. LONDON, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

MARGARINE AS BUTTER. THREE YEARS' GAOL. LONDON. 6th January. A dealer at Nottingham was sentenced to three years' penal servitudo for selling margarine as butter. The accused had 22 prior convictions against him, including several for a similar offence.

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VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitors at the Hotel Sham. rock for the past week included Mr. Will liams, Ballarat; Mr. Hassanu, Ballarat; Mr. and mrs. V. Robertson and family, St.. Kilda: Mr. F. L. Henriques, Sydney; Mr. Grainger. St. Kilda; Mr. Bagley Castle maine; Mrs. L. Mueller and child, St. Kilda; Mr. A. A. Samuels, Sandringham; Mfr. Grey, - Swan Iill; Mr. Duumian, Ke rang:; aco Mr. -and 1's. Herman and family. Mr. Keogh, P.M., Mr. Bamford, MIr. Heales, Mr. Salmon, Mr. J. Price, Mr A. Gross, and Mr. Bickley, Melbourne. The list at the City Family -consists of ;Mr. Kennett, Essendon; Mr. Goudge, Binealong, Macorna; Mr. and Mrs. Zill . man and family, Claremont, Perth, WV.A.; Mrs Ellis. St. Kilda; Mfr. T. E. Ward, lEverton, Liverpool, England; Mr. Nelsorn. Caulfield; Mr. H. Jamues, New Zealand; Dr. Ford, Camberwell; Mr. F. G. Hunter, St. Kilda; Mrs. Stewart, Camberwell; Miss D. Pike, Toorak; Mr. NV. M'M°lahon, Clifton Hill; Mrs. Duncan. East Malvern; Mr. 1). W. Irish, Roches...

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