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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

FT OWER GA1RDEN. - Tlie 'dwarf Chinese or Indian pinks (Dianthus chinensis), especially varieties of the I?Ieddewiggi, Lacinatus and Imperialis types, which have been flowering since early Yspring, will require attention. All old flowering stems should be removed, and soil between plants lightly loosened witli hoe.or hand fork, and afterwards mulched with well-decayed manure and watered oc casionally. This will produce an abundance of bloom later on in the season. Any well iiooted, vigorous seedlings may still be .planted under favorable conditions.. These types of pinkis do best in rather light, riich loam,: deeply worked. When grown ::in a bed by themselves or ix rows the plantts shouldibe set out from nine to twelve iniches4 apart, according to the vigor of the variety. Under.?oidinary conditions these ,plants will lioduc ;i profusion of :flower i.n late ,sum mneri and autumn. i;?s:?iharp. lookoult should. be kept for. insct pests o.0n iecently-planted chrysanthemums. Where cater...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRYING NOTES. SILAGE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

Sln A IRCoR DA IRY ATTM i In a recent reiGrt o:the Iowa TEperinent Station ýuetitled '.PecdinPt iCorn ilag to0 Farmn Aniiiils,i ' Profeeor ;, Hr : IL .ildc:e, according: to 'Iciard's Dairymain/ i has this to say about silage for da{ry animals - "The vauin iof silage was first realisd by dairy farmner, . f?i'nowhere is' the silo o -much a rccessitv-ia upontlie dairy Jfai'. APd no' dairy. farm is co?imletO i i its equip I:re-nt that' 'does .lot bd?e at least: oCesilo for winter feolding a.nd Con with a isaller diameter' for sumier. fedi ng. . 'The ciA.rac'lteri· tics of good ,cor? n sia go niu h it- pra-neincicly a. feed for dairy ca t tic. It is paliatalel, ucculunt, bliiky, ienfc ficial to t1hie :digestivel tract, anad eccnomi:. cal. TlheK ao?: 'nlion2 tho leading charoc tclistica of he:l: rrioni which is essntial. t( ihie arg.oct iaud ir;ost economical flow of iK. 'i Ifact, r 0ostr daiy farmers iu the " corn bolt rea':.ise that to scurc - t:lc lnigesti 1 os:ible profits. fiomiv.a t...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Farm & GARDEN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

t - GENERAL. The weather during ihe past week has? been of a variable, nature, ]ot days, strong, hot, -winds, stormy weatlher, .wit little or no rain, and cool chargqess. The harvesting is- practically?- over, and farn~rs larvesting is practically. over, andll farlners of the;ir wheat to the respective railw'ay stations, except ini those canses? where they have decided 'to store it oni their farms nawuiting developiments. On the whole; it ,nay be said that the weather has beeoi:re markably iree troui rain lduIing harvest? olerations. Heavy winds have at timnes in terfered, and erused :sofnie loss, .whilsti rust ]has also in districts lessened. the 'return . The yield on- the whole, :howeve, is far: in advance of that of: last, searoo,.: The: carriage of gai byrain lby aihas: .been ,ery satisfactory, the depidrtment having: nmct the .heavy calls upon it for :truck accom auodation in .theo most r. :prompt inainnier. Natural grasses are drying off, andý except vhero fodder .ci:.e -proi...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SATURDAY'S SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

S ,TURtDAY'S . SHLRU -MARKET. T cTher was ýy little 0iti ding. on? Satur daty, arid ?valises ofi the J'whole' showed c but slight varbitioni. Golden. Pyke, despite thil dis'appointing yield for. .the week, . re n-aincd fairly . stady. Shares sold-: at 31/6, and further suppoit was forthcomiing ,at that z re. .Conistellation Iacke.el . support, 'and -7'alh ivea'kenod. Other stocks in that sec tion claimed little: attention. Great!` Extd.; 'Hustler's on tthe strength of another, good yieid., - irdenIed to 9/3. iustler's ..Rccf wcreo sough. ait 3/1, but no sellers camo :foravad. N?,w Chiium Goldfields was the :::ost plromirenul of the Dis-mond Hill group: S=ales tW.cr cffecited at. 8/9. Nell Gwynno e ?.ed to 1/11, and quoi'ations for North encdi,-)o wore not so firm. - ictorin Con isola were disoosed of a~t 7/1. 'Irobalflii 1::d r]t s"lpporter an 8/9, but no. sellers do ciared.c Qeotations for Central Red Whlute and Blue were wide. fled White oand Blue United were taken at 2/1. Johnson...

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

:CALLS. SThe following callsl fall duo onfi :W6ednesy 1day,; 14th January:- : , Birds Reof, 28tlih.;. ... ... ... ;.... 3d ;Bend igo Tailin gs, 2n;d ... o. ... ., . 25/^ ^Catherinbe Ref- United, 33rd . .-. /'.. 3d Central Now c hum, 9tih ;.. .. ... : 3d Collmann 'a d Tacchi, 98th...:... :.. 6d Conistellation 70th..... ....... 6tl f lereulcs nd Energtic, 581st . :I.. ';: 6d SManning's Cuentral Blue Freehold, 13tli 3di M'Dobhald's Reef, 1st ... ... ... .. 3d New - DDa awnn, 6th ... ..... . .;... .. 2d. .New Golden Fleece, 30tlih... '.:. .;...... 3d SNew Moon ConEolidated, 64th ....... 3d Now St. Mung6, 96th L .. .. '..:. ;. 3d N. Johnson's, 102nd ... .. . .. :.. 3d Red:. White and Blue United;, -17th: :;J 3d Shlepsiead, ?0th ..... . . '. .. 3d Specimen Heill, 34th ..; .. .....' .. '3d ..United: Ulster, 12th .. ..... ... ... 3d 'Utity, 64th .. ... ... .. . .. . d . 3 ??_'lho- news from'%h io iniies is sunmmarised below.:- 'CARSHAILTON AND WALES LINE. NE'W: GOLDEN FLEECE dlid not clean ...

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MINING News REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

eS.??.^*/'/c- -»-_ * REIVI\V OF 'E STIIARlE MAIUTET. The market opened on Monday, after the Christmas and New Year's vacation with firmn quotations for several stocks. Dealing however, was somewhat restricted, and pre sented few features. Cornish United per Iaps had the largest turnover, and prices fluctuated a good. deal. Some of the Dia monnd Hill interests were conspicuous, .and Golden Pyko came in for more attention. Thero was business in Sandhurst Trustees at. 1819. 'The gold, returns totalled 2704oz. lOdwt. SSeveral companies deferred cleaning up un til the: end of the currest week:-' ' GOLI)-WEEK. ^7.v u *viouq Coinpany. * Yigeld. Week. W : hrj: :-. Tnis.oz. dt. Tns.|dz. dt. SCatlherine RIcef Id. 122 11 3 162 14 141 C?1entral Red White 1 . 11 , and rBlue...... .. .; 5001154 10 5001223 11 Clarence -United . . 183 29 1711 309 55 13 Constellation . . . 140 23 3 88 23 7 Golden Age .. .... 80 11 181 120 20 Golden Pyke ... ... 300 50 18 400 117 18 SGi'eat Ex. , ustler'sI 320 198 17...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

OBSTINAVTE CONSTIPATION. OVBERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN S' ROOT PILLS. :Mirs:. Eith Kelly,' of 179 Caniing-street, Cairltoii"" -Melbouirne, . vwrites :-"Havi.ing tried: Dr. M orse's Indian Roo?' -Pills for SCons. tipat ion, with which .I sut forcd greatly for i many years, after availing .myself of maniy other maedicines, to little Sor, no effect, I Sfound. your rc meedy good., They €.. , do not -purge, but * act in a sooth-ing . iway, and I be S.ieve they suit S .)d/ : me much better Slthan other re Froim a Photo.) medies. I fre quently .recommelid .them to my friends so s:ffering. . You can: iusse this testimony in the hope that it may 'assist any folk af 'flicted :.with obstinate Constipation. . They are :also a good family Inedicine. I use them "when ' necessary., with .my children, they- act so riildly." To maintain a healthy systein the bIowels should operate at least once every 24 hours. This' is one' of Nature's wise provisions, which is too often ignored, qnd the result is...

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RUSH FOR "CHEAP SILK." PILES OF LETTERS. MAN ARRESTED FOR FRAUD. Sydney, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

RUSH FOR "CHEAP SILK". : PILPS Olr LETTER S. IAN AR1RESTED FOR FP . . Sydne: , 6thl January. Doetcitivi: .:iha~adv .arrested .at h m'any heu e(d ELiveii dlPerr.y Lidulle on a 'charg .of coisptir :2i:iit:1ef iui.d ; ie r v r ,icmandled to-day i. rtil i 6th Janmriv. iiddel ?n ?; no aireci t ariival in the S?h lo . Advr tisicin ii:?:". tisve e appearing' in manyo: ounti2y n sp8:.por ? - .i other States, the:i newspa pers ?in: New South Wales being avoided off ring :ten yards of good washable E.iiddle in 'iroonm with a number of country ncwspa- lrs rind about 350, letters containu "lincg postai niotes, ibut they could see& no il:k 'hly tlihen visited Liddilc's esideuice, :nh d fonild a u omian teatecd on the floor of a bedroonQptling lett'rs on. the _:bed. In the icom were pnles of lpostal notes, 'in all ouit 2000. ~.A sum of. £210 in cash was foundil hidic' in the bedding. T:?ucjliic -.wei. made at the post office, <and '.tliere liothe detectiv~es discovered .fully 1...

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QUEENSLAND GOLD YIELD. Brisbane, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

QUEENTSLAND GO)LDYI: LD.. Brisbane? (th January. 'Ih?-e gold yield for December was 22,39Goz. fine, valucd at £95,132, com pared with 27,034oz., valued at £114,883, in fDecember, 1912. The approximate yield for the year was 263,343oz. fine, valued. at £1,118,609, compared with -346,390oz. fine valued at £1,471,370. for thoe previous year.

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WEST AUSTRALIAN GOLD YIELD. Perth, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

Porti, 7th January. Tlh gold yixld for :December was i12; zoi2 . viaucd 't 4?4'76 255 Ini Noveiu ;bici the yie?!dild.?as 1 :,912)9 , anid ?Decem ber;: 1912 5;9id7 The: yield for. the year, .as' 1,314:,04?2oz, :an increase of d13,869o, on the iguciel foi thl prieceding 'veal 5'

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MEMORANDUM OF MARTIN CONRAD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

3]?JiaORANDU 3 OF TMXATi'N .CONIIADf My darling was right. I. bad known all along, but I had bcceen hoping against hop. -that the v6yage would set her "ul' and Ihe air of the Antarctic cure her. Then her clierfulness .nover . failed heri and when i]fc looked at mc 'with her :loy omtu eyes, and when her soft hand: lipiedt into mine, I forgot all my fears, so .th hblow fell on me us suddenly as if I had oever oxrected iti. . .With a faint, p"thetic smnile she are me her book, aind I wen t ack kto`y ryloo n -alt the inn and reand it. .I icjd allt ninht ..end far into the next day-all her ,dar stry, straight -fro?;:' here.? hlioat,,wivrttri o:;" in her small, delicaten;eatiul f:lcharacters, with ` scarcely an : eraue :ra : : ': : No use scaying what :£ tihouglt or. 'we through. ' So many tlhings IT hli r'-nevce krown beXfoic! Such -loves J. n aa 8 uiCd.:·ev""r. even dreamt of, and could .e-ver r::pay her for no . lled ILa1V iiiy wbolo reoel againt the fate that hei.d befiallei iy dear o...

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[?]NOVELIST [COPYRIGHT.] PUBLISHED BY ARRANGEMENT WITH THE PROPRIETORS OF "THE AUSTRALIAN WOMAN'S WEEKLY."] THE WOMAN THOU GAVEST ME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

[COPYRIGHT.] [PUBLISHED..3Y ARRANGEMENT WITH THE PROPRIETORS OF "THE AUS TRALIAN WOMAN'S WEEKLY."l THE WOMAN THOU GAYEST ME Being the True Story of Mary O'Neill, told by herself, and written from her memoranda by HALL CAINE, Author of "The Deemster," "The Manx man," "The Christian," etc. 3MAlY O'NTEILL'; LETTER TO MARTI2T CONRAD. August 9th, 6 a,m. My .OQwu Da rli :g,-Strengthcn ycursclf for what I am. going to say. It will. be very' hard for you-1 know that, dear. To-morrow we ~\cre to gave gone to the High Bailiff; this day week we were to have sailed for Sydney, and two months hence we were to have reached Winter Quarters. Butt I cannot go with you to the High Ec.iliff's; I cannot go with you to -Sydney _ cannot go with you to Winter Quarters; I cannot go anywhere -from here. It is inr. possible, quite impossible. I have love4 too much;, der, so: the power of life is burit: outl 'of ':me: My great love-love for my imotherli: for my darling baby, au.1 anbove all'. for youh-l-as co...

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MARY O'NEILL'S LAST NOTE. WRITTEN ON THE FLY-LEAVES OF HER MISSAL. August 9-10. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

MABRY: O'NITILL'S .LAST NOTE. WRITTET ON THE FLY-LJ3WVEB OF HER MISSAL. August 9-10. It is nilt ,?1ver. I have given him my ibook. My secret" is out. He knows now. .I almost, think. he ]as known all along. I had dresoed even more carefully than usual, with nurse's Irish lace about my Seck' as a collar, and my black h:air brushed smooth in my mother's manner, and when I went downstairs by help of my usual kind crutch (it is wonderful how strong I have been to-day) everybody said how much better I was looking. Martin was there, and he took me. into garden. It was a little late in the af ternoau, but such a sweet and holy time, with its clear air and quiet sunshine--one of those evenings when nature is like a nun-"breathless with adoration." Although I had a feeling that it "was to b° our last timt together, we talked on the usual subjects--the high bailiff, the special license, "the boys" of the Scotia, who were coming over for my wedding, and how some of them would have to start out ...

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PRICE OF RADIUM INFLATED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

*PRICE OF RADIUM INFLATED. It is generally admitted on the part of manufacturers t"at the price of radium is 1pulrely artificial and inflated. Estimates of the cost of production vary from a few shillings a milligram to £5. The argument of the vendor is that the question is purely one of supply and demand, and that while the demand continues the price will re main inflated. Radium is now quoted at £20 a milligram for delivery in six months, and £25 for delivery in three monthsa.

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VALUE IN CANCER CASES. EXPERT PRAISES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

VALUE IN CANCER CASES. EXPERT PRAISES. Dr. Robert Knox, Director of the Electri cal and Radiotherapeutic department of the Cancer Hospital, says that there is no doubt that radium exercised a wonderful effect in certain cases, and relieves pain in a great many. It also frequently renders operations possible which otherwise could not be carried out. Dr. Knox adds that he has great faith in X-ray treatment, only the fringe of which has yet been touched.

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CURE OF CANCER. SUCCESS OF RADIUM. EMINENT SURGEON'S ANNOUNCEMENT. LONDON, 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

CURE OF CANCER. SUCCESS OF IRADIU?M. EMINENT SURGEP N'S ANNOUNCE MENT. LONDO, 7thl January: A n iinportrtnt a.ihouncement in regard to the treatmen.it of cancer was made.. to-night by Sir Th1omias arilow, Bart.,' P!tysiian Thtraordinary to his ?1aj?esty tlihe .ug, and iersideint of the Itoyal: College of Surgeons. who announced that caneeri. research at the Middlesex Hospital had& established the success of radium treatment of the drcad disease. Dr. Lazarus Barlow. referred in: etrong terms to the high1i price: of radium, says ing. that it -iould be possible to sell ,it profitably at;- a few shilhiis 'a imniPigrain, wheeas thlie present: price,. was ?20. LONDON,, 8th Jtiniua..r3 In. referei.eto the cable bl- ess;geo of lkth Sopteimber, Dr. Batrlowv y lcpoltt that 24 cases of "cancer _whiclh .wcr :beyiond i'srgi'ucl.d aid were .admitted to tlhe i?middlesex : Ho;pitnal from : tini .to Si·itembr,n 912 aid all died. Sixty-cigt1 cases Were ladmitted in the same p.c ird of : 1913r...

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SUCCESS OF RADIUM. CURES CLAIMED AT BRUSSELS. BRUSSELS, 8th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

SUCCESS OF RIADItf, CURES iGLI.]NED AT BRUSSELS. BRUSSELS, 8th January. Drs. Rouffart .nd Jacobs have submitted to the Saiiety .of Gynaecology the cases .. of two women who claim to have been de-_ finitely cured of cancer of the womb by means of radium. The value of the radium applied in both: cases was £10,000.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

THE Rev. J. HOSKING Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, Fitzroy, Melbourne. Sends his opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC "I I as recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in gold. "I recommend this medi cine strongly. (Signed) JOHN HOSKING. ". The Rev. J. HOSKING, D.D., is known-as an earnest church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do, This medicine is certain in its effects on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness,. Loss of Sleep, Poor Appetite, Constipation and Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS and STORES SELL IT, S FOR THE LIVER, People who suffer from liver disorders -Till.find the following letters very. interest ang:- From Mrs. Ellen Waters, Forest ..Rang, South Austfraha. "Twenty years ago I was very ill.. I could not...

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NASTY CUTS AND BRUISES. MOTHER AND DAUGHTER FIND ZAMBUK A REAL BOON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

.NASTY CUTS AAND BRUISES. MOTHIR AND DAUGHTER FIND .ZAM-f BUK A REAL BOON:, Household accidents occur daily, .es? pecially where there are children. In: suoh emergencies Zam-Buk is a real boon;. For l cuts, bruises, scrapes, bur ilsand ' scalds, Zain-Buk is a" perfect. ever-ready: heale' It is wanderfully cooling and soothiing, :aadl being i owerfully antiseptic it safeguards the injury against the disease germs tihatl cause ulceration. and festering. When Zam-Buk is used, smarting pain hstops, in, flammnation. dies 'down, and the healing:: is' both rapid and perfect. . Mrs. Yette Green, 93 Bourke-street, East" Sydhoey, says:--"I have frequently had oc., casion to use Zanm-Bulk in cases --of: acci dent, and it has proved a real. boon ,to us; . "One day my little girl Ada got'? her hand badly crushed in the machine, .one, of the lingers being so badly injuredl tltn ithe, nail came off. Thel hand was veiy- inflamed, but Zam-Buk soothed the bruised 1placesi quickly healed the finger, a...

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1890. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

1690. (Continued.) The Earl of Hopetoun: visited: Bendigo on 13th October. He was eiiterii?ned -iy the City Council, and opened the Miners' sports, the' All Nations Fair, ,mncd School. of Mines (new building).....N.-ext day he held a levee, -visited Eagleliawk,?opeiied the Fine Art Gallery, laid ,]i h f.i foundation stone of tlih ndw Law :Courts, and n. the evenings!:wash li iieitd b' the `iner s' Associationi Oni 15th October 1 .visited. sevcral dIndutai d s?:t iii ? ii ; tho 22? mine, and ithe Spti?i Sgot i fthe giicul tural Socity, which i lie opoli.'ýc Tlhd iow was the mnost sw :'e.sful in th luistci ~ ol the society up to this tii:me, the receipts for the t:ivo days being £840, wihich was THE SCHOOL OF MINES. 14 t l·A £180 *in excess of the receipts in 1889. As mentioned above, the Bendigo Art Gallery was opened by Lord "Hopetoun on 14th October. The building .was formerly used as an Orderlyroom -by the old Volun teer Rlifle Corps, and: with some slight altorations chiefly to t...

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