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MICROBE OF CANCER. FRENCH PROFESSOR'S REMARKABLE CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
MICROBE OF CANCER. FRTFNCTI PROFISSOTfl'S ,1E31AR&KA)I[LE \Widcsnread interest is mailifested ' i' inidical circles in Paris in tli ireport·id discoveriy of the microbe of: cancer. TTho claim is made by Dr.: Bose, Professor of Pathological Anatomy at the University of alcnit1cllicr, in a paper submnittied by hriim to the Ac cdeily of AElcdicic. P~rofes.sor lose has ddevoted ')more tlihan t encuty :years to: the study of nilteeroi's Uronths. I-Io decl:ris,.jhat the, parasite he lina'diS. co ei~ed: excit, es the' cells of. the -body, il .artinag to :the ?ic. a, Miorlbidly rapid 'prolifi cacy,. causes them to -lose their form,i and deprives them .of .theira functions inr order, as it; were?: to .c!esticato. th0oii t0o its owi profit. Throiugh the sprea'd x'ito all parts of ithe Icedy of, the c.llts wlhich: air the lo?icre siof the cancer pai.ite , nauiure's defenel iciIti. nitely. .succuibs. 1'The microbes" Professor 3 Bose continilues °"areo especially met with it i' wat~'f; a...
TANDARRA WATER CHARGES LANDHOLDERS OBJECT TO PAY. VISIT OF COMMISSIONERS. GOOD CASE FOR RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
TANDARRA WATER CHARGES LAUNDHIOLDIDRS OBJECT TO PAY. VISIT. OF CoMMISSIONERS. - GOOD CASE FOR RATEPAYEiRS (13y Oui Reporter) Far. many yearns thel?lpeople ii the list iRiding: of the Shire of East Loddon l have hia a grievar-ce in respect to :water rates, :-owing :.to the fact that: while they. w:re S:obliged to -pay t-he rates' they got no water. In recent years Reputations .have gone -to - thelie State Rivers and Water Supply Com mission on the matter, and there has been a?. good- deal of correspondencire with the at tlhorities. Yesterday a, meting= of -rate-':-, ipayers was held at the Tandar 'a : lublic` Hall, wheir Messrs. Mead aid :Cattahlach, VWater Comniissioniers, iattei-ded: to hearre-. presentations -1by the landlhlders: concei'ed About. 40 ratnpayrc s we re present.:c T.-: 'heo . president of the shire (Cr XV. : Bissett)ý:; oc0 cupied the chair, and (the commiiissioniei.s were -introduced to tlhe inel?ing li=: Mi Laugdon,, represeritative--fot' ;otie"-distr:c? in the ,Le...
AMERICAN WOOL DUTIES. SALT LAKE CITY, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
AMERICAN WOOL DUTIES. SALT LAKE .. CITY, 15th January. . p?eal:ern r t, Ihe N1ational Woolgrowers' C'.onfcrcnu. crit.icised the action of: the Government.. in placing wool oui the 'l.o I at. - . M r. Frauk H.agenbarthl the presidc t,, lecl.ared tha the Ahierican flock mastcer. was now redici!ced to striving on uneqiual.: termis W ith th e 1alf-clad savages of South - Africa, the people of South America, and hli"o ,h ; illed producer of Australia or ?New - Zealand,; -who flocied sheep under the lI'A iorinr care of t1heir reslpctiVo Governmienrs. H " tcn-ider d that tht!e merio woolgrowers h?wd been 'it, tuid it looked likely t.hat tlhcv : w"idcd L climinated n;togethera 1?h ,ltrceacrd that the American breeder shcuhtl i??sport g'o-d rams to '.prove his stcck the same .J Was done in Aiusralia, and New Zaland. WMher the American paid £20 for ? ram, t'e Auctra!inn or" Ne r Zeaiau&dr paid from .L200 to £1.00 pcr? head for ;:hi breeding stuck. HIo virgcd Congress to pass a. pure f...
BORUNG ELECTORATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
3OItT NG VL C.TOTIATE. Ii Uzisi cketoilate At r. Itutoliinsun, MIinister for W.tor Supply and Agrioulture, was elected` by a subsatantial majority over i\Mr. M1'1ua, the complete returns 'being as:' follow s:..- H.utchiuson .. . ... .. . ... .." 2952 . a .1 r ,ae ... ... .: . .. .-. ' ; 5 . . 1731 : Miajority -for tlulchkinnioni? 122; PRR AN ELELCTORrATF The conin'lete lCturnl.iar l' .:oot h.i M ackiinon. 7ebb . soutih l n oar L . 2022 - 14l Pralirai .: 1506 1315 Post . . : l.0 3,J Total ..i3636 2800 MAiority fuor Mackinnon, 336 The pollints' att the last elctioll in 1911 D). Mackinuo . 5472 F. Henty' (Labor).....r. .-3853 * Majority for Macidnuon, 1619.,
ESSENDON ELECTORATE. Melbourne, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
.I 'SSiNDON. iL;C'1'TO f.lM.1'E Mel bonnie..;. 15th. January. The icpolling in I.1is electoratO riaulted i! the return of the :rreinier by :a suhstanitial majoiit',. .Ap pend.cd are Iie Conmplet~e !-e turns: .Buoll!::. . jIeane. WaitL Aiscot Vale 1'.. ...'G.. 1222 1 6,t, Coburg ... ... . .. . . 133:3 x.1.73 Essendton .. ..97.. 1(1·;M ; c45 E d . .1Mo o n e e .P o n d s... .l. . 1 5 0 3 2 3 2 4 . Pascoe Vale ... 58:27 5 Postal ... 7) 319 Totals 4.761 6183 .Maijurity for E Watt, 1422, At Ihe election in 19911 thu polling v. as .e.. . ... ...... . ...... ~Iajority for Watt-, 2147.
MINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. Melbourne 16th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
lYIINISTERIAL ELECTIONS. Melbourne 16th January. Polling took place yesterday' for tho election of members of the Logislative As sembly: for Essendon, Prahran and Borung ;respectively, to fill vacancies •caiised whleu Mr: .1V. A. WA, tt. (the Premier),. Mr. D,. Mackinnon (the Attorney-General) and Mr. W3. :Hutchinson (Minister for Agriculture). accelited office in the new State Ministry. The five other salaried. Ministers were. re turned unopposed on 6th January. Mr. Watt was opposed by Mr. F. - :Keane :and M:r. Mackinnon by Mr. W. .TIH. Webber. Both'" Mr. Keane and Mr. "\Webber were. selected by the Political,. Labor Council. Mr.: Hutchinson had nominated against: him, Mr. F." MI'Rae, an. Independent - Liberal. Polling, which began. at .8- a.m., ceased at: 7 p.in.,in each electorate. All three Minis ters were- returned.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
Thb Baestpest The BEST Engine or Machine may COST a little MORE at the outset, but long before it is done with it will have proved itself. MUCH THE CHEAPER. One of the most Familiar illustrations of this Truth is Hornsby Manufactures which are of the Highest Grade, especially Renowned for Lasting Qualities and Absolutely Economical. - Oil Engines, Stationary and Portable Petrol Engines, Stationary and Portable It is easy to forget what you paid for a Good Engine but the Cost of an Inferior Engine is ever on your memory. Hornsby's Gas Engines and Suction Gas Plants Highest Q~ality. Greatest Efficiency. The Standard of the World. On Top for all Power Purposes. R. HORNSBY & SONS LTD. Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane e.s , - I Whilst .. essentially a Farmer's Machine and not intended for large under takings, a ton or over in an hour may be cut and bagged with this "Federal" Drop Stamper Bagger There's so little friction with it that a boy can work the ram mer one hand and only ver...
THE "COMPLETE" CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
THE "COMPLETE" CAR. It is renmarkable how the completely-equip ped car idea has become so general. Few are now listed except completely equipped and ready for the road, particularly those cars of popular price. This is as it shotld be, for the buyer knows at once what he has to pay "o numerous were the completely equipped cars at the reccnt Olympia Show that some of the makers had to adopt the idea while at the show, and throw in all extras at thle same price as the stripped car. Nothing is now overlooked, and the cars are really complete in every sense, and iicludoe such items as detachable and interchangeable wheels, with spare fifth wheel and tyre, -cape" hood (hood cover, too, in some cases), wind screen, five lamps and generator (if carbide lighted), horn, speedometer, .and clocks also in some cases. Even the number plates are fit tcr in position,. and all required is to paint on the registered letter and number.
FINEST CHEAP CAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
FINEST HCEAP CALR. Thc finest cheap car at the recent Olympio Car Shoew was probably the "Overland," :t £245. The pity is, it is not British, but American. It is niade by the Willys-Over land Company, one of the largest firms iin the world, who will turn out of their works next year no less than 50,000 cars of one model, .but with varying fitm2nts, body-work, etc. The particular model. which was most popular at the show was of the open touring bodied type to seat five. This car has a 25 h.p. engine, is well made and finished, noble looking, and big withal-an imposingr looking car with bodywork and upholstery really good. It has also an electric lighting set included at the price, and so fitted it is the cheapest car extant. Another pattern is equipped with electric lamps and electric engine starter in addition at £275 net, and this is also the cheapest with this fitment. As a lanidaulette or town carriage, it is £375, and this .has a self-starting eng ne and electrically lighted lam...
CITY BURIED IN ASHES. REFUGEE'S THRILLING STORY. TOKIO, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
CriLTY BURIIED IN ASHIES. RE"1U,UEE'S THRILLING STORY. "T-OKIO, 15th January. The Japanese second cruiser squadrou has arrived at Kagoshima to render all the assistance it can to the survivors of the Sakura-shima catastropho. For miles and miles the aspect of nature has been completely altered by the erup tion. The City of Kagoshimna to-day lies buried beneath 15ft. of ashes. A thrilling story of the eruption has teen furnished by a refugee ftrom Kago shimn. This man relates that rumblings began in the early hours of Saturday last. They wire accompanied by hideous noises. IRealisiug that a great volcanic outburst was threatening, no one in Kagoshima slept for the rest of the night. Instead they prepared food and packed it to be ready for emergencies. On Monday the position was judged to be so serious that women and children were sent away. It was on that day that the eruption became so appalling. The volcano was rent for one-third of its height, and fire and smoke were belched forth...
THE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE. (Continued from Page 3 of Cover.) FURTHER DETAILS. LAVA OVERTAKES FUGITIVES. APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. HEROIC RESCUE WORK. TOKIO, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
THE JAPANESE EARTHQUAKE. (Continued from Page 3 of Cover.) FURTHER DETAILS. LAVA OVERITAKES FUGITIVES. APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. " IIEROIC RESCIhE WORK. TOKIO, 14th JanuarJ. Ghastly details are reaching here of the colossal catastrophe brought about by the sudden eruption of the volcanic Sakura shima, after lying dormant for 130 years. No reliable estimates as to the loss of life can yet be formed, but the total is ; - lieved to lie between 5000 and 10,000 vic tims. The means of rescue were altogether Sn adequate to meet such a sudden and 1'r. riblo emergency. Crowds of fugitives en the beach waiting to cross to the mainland were overtaken by the lire and lava, and perished miserably. This was no fault of, the launches, which plied heroically amid a constant hail of boulders and stones. One ship carrying 307 refugees sank du:. ing the second eruption, and all on ho?,i were drowned. Many others met a similaw fate in trying to swim across the Strait. Kagoshima is embedded two feet in as...
SENSATIONAL DEVELOPMENT. END OF VOLCANO BLOWN OUT. THE SEA BOILING. TOKIO, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
SENSATIONAL DEVI.LOPMEINT. lENl OF VOLCANO BLOWN OUT. THE "SEA BOILING. TOKIO, 15th January. The latest news is that the Sakura-shiima volcano is covered with smoke, brok'en only now and again with flashes of flames. The bay is cohered with lava. No refuges have been seen from the villages near Sakura-shima. Some of the refugees were lost in the smoke, and were suffocated by the poisonous gases. Others were terrorised by fire, ran into the sea, and were drowned. Earthquakes are still raging, and there are terrible rumblings in the earth. ..t typhoon is blowing. Six hundred houses at Kago-shima col lapsed. The tremiplings of the earth are so grea% that it is impossible to walk upright. Refugees are crawling and stumbling out of the cities on their. hands and knees. The west end of the volcano blew out yesterday. It vomited fire fiercely, and was followed by another tidal wave. The sea is boiling. T'hirtecn thousand houses haIeo been de stroyed, and 7000 people are missing..: