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CASTAWAYS RESCUED. ELEVEN DAYS IN OPEN BOAT. CAPTAIN MISSING. Sydney, 3rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

CASTAWAYS RESCUED. ELEVEN DAYS IN OPEN BOAT. CAPTAIN .MISSIN3 Sydney, 3rd Janhuary. Etlgiht members of the crew of- the Ableri. - cain schooner El Dorado, . who, wheii the vessel broke up 2000 miles from Valparaiio, took to an' open boat. and .made Easter Island, arrived in Sydney to-day. ; Thhey told a graphic story :of suffering. - John ,Wilson, the mate of the ill-fated vessel; said- that tlie El7 DoradZ b Was'i.3 73 days out from Coltmbia ]Rivei, bLund . fo . South . America. :-The vessel- . eas' leading. badly, . and fintlly ,-.when hurricanes :struck her, she ,broke up. The "'.re, which 1umibered 11, includ in~ 'Captain Benson, -had time to get into a 22ft. boat fitted with sails, and ,thley made for Easter Islaid, which was 680 miles Aiway." After 11,Ti days of:, privation. Sthey reached t.iieir destiinaioi. ? hey Slanded :-bni a' desolate part :'f the island. ,' SWilson aid the' seconid i i;te, Ji. 1ohneon who, .like the rest of ,thi- crew, were wveak fbr want of -food and l...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STORMS IN GERMANY. BERLIN, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

STO RMS\ IN GFRMA7ANY. IEPRLIN 31stb Dccenmber, . Storinus ave OCCUirrc( in Germany,; and on; the *Poniernaant aiid ?Sclleswig-Holstein : .coast. -illages have' been flooded, aid many holisc haive been washed into 'the. sen..a Therliailw'ay .ndi telegraph services haoe been piaralysed 'aid postmen nare mak ing Sthliei rounds ii -canoes.

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SEVERE WEATHER IN EUROPE. FRENCHMAN FROZEN TO DEATH. LONDON, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

SEVERE WEATHER IN EUROPE.;iiii? FRENCHMAN FROZEN TO DEATH. LONDON, 31st December. Tekrrible weather is being experienced in Europe. The worst floods for years havo occurred on the Pomeranian coast. The. se as broke over the quays at Kliel, flood.-,. ing the streets about the barbor. "Tlihe thermometer in some districts - of the -Pyrenees Orientales registeired .below zero';, Palhr. . : Sinowstorms isolated liamlets:. ? Pelz ynuski, a well-known { ftust as frozen to deoatlhi in his Piis i stulidio ,. His.f': iaietures : ot selling;:;osold ??S 61? i?s blankets to gret food. Sniumerous otlher deaths froim cold lin France `ire repoited

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ATROCITIES IN ALBANIA. 4000 PEOPLE MASSACRED. 100,000 RENDERED HOMELESS. PARIS, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ATROCITIES IN A BAN1A. 10000 27 ND lR'ED IlOM]LES PARIS, 31st Dfecember. Mr. William Willard Howard, of New York, who has achieved promniinence in con nectioni with . his relief' work among the Armiculaul, has arrived hei6r after= conclud iag a 400-mile trip through Albania. He reports 'a fresh series of ghastly:: atr6cities. In the past 10 weeks, Mr. I-Howard declares, Servian troops have destroyed 100 villages, and 4000 nmen, women or .childreni.. have either been slaughtered or burnt. toKdeath.: M"r. Howard further states .that :100,000 of the inhabitaits of this part of Albanial havo been rendered homeless through the h]ieartless cruelty 'of the Servianiis, aind he ýxpeets that 60,000 of thesd peo l0' will either starve or freeze to death blefoLe_ spring.

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RAINFALL FOR DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

,:: :RAINFALL FOR DECEMBER.;:: .;The ,raln.. registration in Bendigo dur riI , tlhe iimonth of December was -75. poiuts.:: .,being r25 points below the registration. for th.e& corresponding . mon th last year. :i IZ.. wiva?? .thoe driest Decemnber since 1909,: wheN: o?anly .50 points:. vwere icoorded .The con chudini two months of the yeawere con 7 siderably driciothnn November; niid De cember list , year; the 1913 figures being November; 85 and' December; 75;, com-r pa?id _witl 198 and 100 :points: iespcctivel ; in ? :?912 :Ra-ai 'fell: on three l days: durinoi tho :iionth iisti ended, thhe heaviest ':fal6 r'hinr 6i ii5 points on 3cit Decembnr. The tot il nuiberiof poinitsirecorded during t; . iast yeoir a?? 2110 bieing 523 points mors. tli'n the iraiifalll in 1912, but 'the registra. ý t ioi. iji?j993,1910 aild 1911 exceeded the :1913 figures. Febiruary wvas the wettest monith: of the year,- 375 points being regis teredd irn the:: 28 days, of which 344 points fell on -the ...

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TRAGIC NEW YORK FIRE. EIGHT PEOPLE PERISH. NEW YORK, 31st December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

TRAGIC NEW YORK FIRE. S ELGHT PEOPLE: PEfRISI. NEW YORK, 31st December. Another- . sensational fire occurred in a tenement house in the crowded East-side district of New York City early this morn ing. The conflagration- started on the ground floor, cuttffing- off thie escape of the inmates by: the stairs.u The alarmed occupants of. lthe' upli'er stolies crowa;led on to the fire escapes,- wvhenie some in their impatience and fright foolishly iumped to the street below/: Screi-al persons lost their lives in this -way, anid four were very. badly in: juredt. ':Other. ~eople, wvith more presenco of mind; waited :,for the arrival of thd fire ien, and they were -rescued. 'Others again escai ed over the :roofs of: o n? :uighboring houses. ?ltogether five mo' aid thiee womien p3erished.- Ninete-n other persons;, includ inkf -tIhe. futir pileviously mo(ut.iofncd, :verx.' seriously hurt.

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ME[?]N SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

\l F;Y t;i:~ rJ ;4 .J'r I ý; Ni'--. r (ifll j i it~l t~ it:'U tivai'j'ii Q C r itt r';1 [it, AVOW" it~i i ti r. ; eals Iran, rlltli;;il'c.d l\\ICd!li.t d; c ill Inll~abaurM-'~ by N Ir. 1 l ocaml Mendh teiairinoiio of t: *Va;l.Ccr t',u'7iiutlll 'i1 lie 1ad oil t iew in hii VUo1u a. ca-", ourla::niHceub Jl 1Cilcl" 5 growth by Mr., C. F. 13uruce, and they were fLrikiu~l :Xtiula mn f the l g imli~lt of friuit t~hat call lie !'I'owu ill b1wtoc ar-cai. Mr. Bruce has a block of 49 acres, of which 46 acres are planted with fruit trees,

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STERILISED MILK. DR. GREEN'S ADVICE. SCALDING RECOMMENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

STERILISED MILK. DRn. an'ir7 :l l N.S~ ,. ·~ SCALD3INGl T1;]Co M~lE"NDED: The attllntion of Dr ".1' .Greeo ri ]3endlgo, was on '\cdnesdayo driwn _to toe (157lo 1110 ssiir c irefi'rrisg 1c tlhe hutvv't3; 1 YerL; 1'd r. J~ol rt i~lond :1 uloctors eon.: _n '~ 1.i17 1711[. int1 o ph 1 1~, t1U3'lSl1Plt4 be lA OC~l ;1t. 5', !ill l1"1 for : + l yýoar led !7? to tI!', uoncl~usiefl thnl:;. Wt-a ilise4 or condens d :ilk; PC a dang'wt ctuilie"n, and p1:d·f(1:: posed tli:m!! to tubercular infectioux. Tale coblo alsfo steit tatSi AllrolhW i-it 1:1e kistllgie1"2i Eglishl p;,g>iician, agreedl t]'.al; too uin1h/ i~as i ,'ii1 m lde of theio ro cnl1d sclelnioul of infection noid of h1yg't no'. and . n at a wvell 11(111r-ce. lcn d1 I .Ol" ssed B'owers of l'Arcsitiunt diseo C WIL L11 \\Oi'I' i-s bh'st pir,( tti.cioll in a 1i ail lar lilae that of ]cmlvso II: V time ,-itr Io know hu\r' to kcLp iilk w' It omit s:aldsn' i "t, Dr. (Ircera otetod that in ! en dig'U it ivoŽ, far safer to scald milk, espce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

RASH ON FEET HEAD AND JOINTS SSpread.and Broke Into Sores. Very S Irritating and Burning. Kept Awake, Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, Eczema Left. Clybucca, Via Kempsey, N. S. W S"About January I began to bo affcted by Sa rash which spread and broke out into sores as largo as a shilling, although some were smaller in sizd. It affected me on my feet and head and also at the joints, and was very Sirritating and burning at night; especially; and used to okep me awake. " " tried various remedies bui; witlholf; giving nec any relier. Then after aliout six Smonths of suffering I bought some Cuticura Soap, and using it along with Outlcura Ointment, the eczema, as I believe it was; Scompletely left me, and I consider the Cuti. Scura Romedles ceffcted the cure in my case. " ' '!I have met several ladies well known 'in the'medical and nursing profession who are all loud in praise of Outicura Soap and Ointment, arid everywhere. I have been myself-I am a canvasser--I hear tjhloe .praises." (Si...

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CHRONICLES FOR 1913. JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

CHRONICLES FOR 1913. ,JANUARY. 1. Bcndigo Caledonian Society's gather ing, Upper Reserve; receipts, £450'.; band contest wop 'bv IRichmond City . .. 2. Cricket-South Australia (:30C9 and .128)? h;eat Victoria (229 and 140).?. 6. Death .of Mr. Thomas alls l;s aegcd S2' years. 7. Arthur Trotter; conineircihl travelleir, murdered liy ::burglar at: 1iis: residence?,: Georige-street, r'Fitzroy; £.00 stolen :: 8 Mr. : Alfred .Dedakin's resignation as Federal Liberal leaderi annd6inced. Death of. Mir; T. W. Grieve, foimerly 'statiou mastoer at. -]endigo, : aged 56 'years. 10. Site for .cndiigo railway ioicksho] i selected.' Mr. Peter Ml'Brido : appointed A gent-Generil for "Victoria. "?.: 11. WeX1ek's gold yield, 100, 1Oz. dSvt. S.1..A. irink dihaimpionship Q:,i by TSouth ]3endigo. 13. Blizzard in .Grat iBritaln?l euormo«sb damage. 14. Cricket-New South Wales;: (513 and 314) .,beatt South Australiia (331-a nd 412). 18. Week's gold yield, .3000oz : 19. Joseplh Nicholas Stailey, aged; 23 yea...

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SNAKE CHARMER'S DEATH. INTERESTING EVIDENCE. Melbourne, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

SNAKE ' CHARMER'S DEATH. INTERESTING EVIDEN C'. Melbourne, 30th December. The coroner (Dr. Cole) held an inquiry to-day into the cause of the death in the Alfred Hospital on 15th December of F-enry Deline, a snake charmer, who had beetn appearing at Luna Park. Delino Ihan been bitten by one of the reptiles the: previous night. Jinmes Joyce. motor car merchant, said he engaged Deline to run a snake show at Luna Park. Deliue told him that ho had had 15 years' experience with snakes' On the night of 15th December Deline was bitten on the neck by a tiger snake, but witness did , ot attach much import ance to it, as Deline had told him he was inmunIIumfe, and witness lulderstood he used a renmdy. Thlerae were no conditions at tacked to the. snake shopw business. The charmers were left to look after them belves. IHarriet Richardson, domestic servant, of South Melbourne, said she answered an ad vertisemnent for someone who had a good lierve, and she saw Deline at. a registry office. lie pu...

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ADVANTAGES OF SWIMMING. REMARKS BY THE CORONER. Melbourne, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ADVANTAGES OF SWIMMING;' REIM TRKS BY THE CORIONER;. Melbourn., 30th December. "I think it would be a good thing if: all the youth in this community were, taught to swim," declared Dr. R. H. Colo, the coroner, at the morgue to-day at the conclusion of an inquest on the bodies of the young couple who were drowned in the Yarra on Boxing night. The evidence show ed that- neither was able to swim, -and when their canoe turned over in mid stream they both snk almost immediately. "In this cash," continued Dr. Cole, -"a. weak paddle and the inability to swim were the contributing causes to the fatality. Every child sghould certainly be taught to swim. Childrn-n can be taught to swim 'Almost before they can: walk, and if they. could once learn to swim it would add to the pleasure of their lives, and add to the. safety of them. If people could swim there would be far less danger on the river than there is. Even if you are managing your own boat all right, there are always others. who will no...

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IRRIGATION AREAS THE IMMIGRATION QUESTION. Melbourne, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

IRRIGATION AIREAS: 'TIIE ILMMIGRiATION QULL'TION. Melbourne, 30tlh iecember. :He rvy losses are being sustaiiced by the Slate CGnvernment every week. that irriga tion· allotments in the northern areas se- cred for irrigation settlement are unoccu pied, and efforts are being nmade to- secure suitable settlers from oversea to take up these blocks. A conferecee of Ministers and officers was held to-day at the Public Works depart ment. :Mfr. F. HIagelthorn Minister in charge of immigration, presided, and there were also present--Mr. H. S. W. Lawson, Minister for Lands; Mr. W. IHutchinson, Minister for Water Supply and Agricul tvre; Mr. Elwood Mead, chairman of the Water Commission ; and Mr. S. WV. White hlead, eflicer in e.harge of the Immigration ilurcau. Attention was called to the fact that the flow of iiumiigration towards Victoria now aiuou:.ted to about 20,00)0 persons annual ly. aid the conference agreed that it was wise not to stop that flow, but to regulate it, so that the clas...

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MISSING STOCKBROKER. WARRANT FOR C. E. FENNER. £15,000 INVOLVED. LONDON, 27th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

MISSING- STOCKBROKER. WARRANT FOR C. E. FENNER. £15,000 INVOLVEJD. 'LONDON, 27th 1D)cember. A'.A warrant - as been issued for .the arrest _of" Charles -Edwin Feiner,. lately carrying on business as a stockbroker at White Lion Court; Cornhill, under the style of H. f. de Montmorency and Company, who is charged' with the fraudulent conversion of share certificates. A sum of nearly £15,000 is involved, and' the action taken- arises out of bankruptcy proceedings in ;May; when Fenner was ad judged bankrupt ol the ground that, he had absconded. flFenner's name was prominent during the Marconi- wireless inquiry as the stockbroker through .whom .the Liberal party's funds were .invested, ana- it is stated that, the party is a creditor in his estate. for a very substantial sum.: For niouths past .the "Daily Exrress" (Unionist) has been, dar ing the Liberal Ministry to take action against Fenner, and risk the exposures that the 'ournal alleges would follow. At the -statutory 'irst meeting of F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

Tbe aerndigoriiap Ar fa ITURES .,-Viesof Bendigo, etc. Photo Stiude? Sophie-Dramatic Agent,' by Mr4 C ... ............ . . - ,.\ .......... 4 ......... t r l ,1 res.et . . . - · X' n u mIe ri . tý i? ý 4? e ? )?- ., ,STRI ,.The Vanishing Ladv, by :.:q. B ooDper Kernahan. :ARTICLES "Bendigo ; A Christmas Message,- by .Rev? Sj., Crookston " The Wattle," by G . Manders; " Rochester," "Bama wn "e ang," by the " Bendigo ,Advertiser i. repre ; ' sent atives; "Tresco," by Fred P. Morr "The Dying Year." essrs, Mackay and Co., Bendigo. - Please forward me a copy of the ENDI ONiAN ANNUAL, for, which I enclose seven-pence. Na Le.... ... . A. dress. ., :.. ;.f.. ?-," :5 :! "? Sz .:;,r: -.":~r:. " '"". " "; ." ,* .• , . . . . . • . . • - :. ° * " " '

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RADIUM AS REMEDY. LONDON, 28th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

RADIUM AS REMEDYi LONDON, 2'8th December. IHadiurm v:alued at £20,000 is temporarily dembeddedin thle. left c honlder: of Mr. :iobrit 3remnner, aa Now Jersey Ciiigress man. I- i?ai att~mptcd citr-e f~i ani exten sive e mancerous growth, Dr.,' Howard Kelly o;ora'ted upon 1?: r. :JBrnucr; . and iuserted: _rradiuai:i in :11= rubber-coated tubes iniside 12 ir.cisions, ..and added 'cocaihe. It is exL pected t.hat .the ttreatment. will resilt in the :.l enec' ation .of the 'ca.i er_ :c?_.l s le!7 bl t-hei:inamna rays, tlue lAli-.ha Teti ra:' biing .filtered out. $eientises: and 2physicians tare eagerly awaiting the:results of?, the ex. perrnent. A second operation was per fornied lon Sunday, when 815 milligrams of iraditin vero placed in Mr Bremnier's shoul! d4cr. The .result is still uncertai'i. Slho: "Have ?you imany. poor relati'jn ?' Ie i,"Nono: that . know.'" ?? She; '"Many -rich ones?' ?ilo: '.'None that know -m.''

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CONQUERING THE DROUGHT. WATER COMMISSION'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

- CONQUERING THE DROUGHT. TWATER COMMISSION'S WORK. -While the Water. Commission has to give special attention to the irrigation districta to endeavor to keep up .. constant supply .of water for irrigation, it has also cast on it the duty of supplyir.g water solely for domestic and stock purposes to a -large numimber. of districts situated -mainly in the north-west of this State. These dis tricts comprise the water. works districts of Long Lake, T Tyntynder, Birchip, Sea Lake, VWych .proof, Tyrell, Karkarooc, Western Wimnl;era and Wimmera United, and cover an : rea of approximately 10,000 square .miles. The aim of the commission is to carry a channel within a reasonable distance, of each settler's holding in this great area; and already the length of chan neis constructed for this purpose is over 3500 miles. While 'the Lou; Lake - and Tyntynder districts receive their supply ly pumping, either from. the Murray River or connected' lake system, by far the larger portion of over 5000 s...

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DEATH LURKS IN MILK. STERILISING CONDEMNED. GREAT PHYSICIAN'S VIEWS. LONDON, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

DEATH LURKS IN MILK. 'STERILISING CONDEMNED. GRLAT PHYSICIAN'S VIEWS. LONDON,' 3,th December. Ir... Robert Mond the son of . doctor; ha?f, at an experimental farm at Seven oaks; investigated the relationship be tween, milk' and tuberculosis for several years,.. and he maintains 'that sterlised or condensed milk is a danger to children. and .definitely prddisposes them to tuber-. cular >'infection. Healthy bhildren he adds, who were taken into., creches -and .fcd on sterilised milk, havb been made ill: Sir -Ahuroth. Wright, 'thle distinguished physician, agrees that -too much is being made. of' the so-called exclusion of infec tion and hygiene. Infection, lie says, cannot be comple.tely exclude:l, bit a well nourished child ',possesses powers of resist-. ing diseisese w'hich are, its best protection.

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ESCAPED PRISONER. CONSTABLE FINED £3. Melbourne, 30th December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

ESCAPED PISOUNER. CONSTABLE FINED £3. Melbourne, 30th December. Mr. A. G. Sainsbury, Chief Commissioner of Police, inade available this afternoon the finding of I-spector P. .Canty, who Iheld an inquiry at the Russell-street police sta tion yesterday into the e~-cape from cus tody of John Cldrk, otherwise known as Christopher Williamson and Terry Dean. In connection. with the matter Constable Thomas, Loughnan was temporarily sus pended. As .. result of the inquiry he was fined ~3, and L1 costs, anI his pay was stopped from 23rd December to 29th December, which was the period during which. he was under, suspension.: Inspector Canty also recommended that he be trans. ferred from watchhouse duty, and Mr. Sainsbury has given his approval. .

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FORTUNE OF £80,000. PARIS, 1st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 6 January 1914

FPORTUNE OF £O,OOU. - T'!RIS, 1st January. Mine.. P'auletta alleges that Pott tricl . to sUffocate'-rLagsotl and hercelf by turniing or a gass jet She had long watchcd tihe 1reparationu of Fragiuon's food, belic'ing. that Pott ?iitcilnded to poison his son. Sot-bt i prisoni I.is llmuch disturbed. 1 - said thatit M? e. :Paittlette tried to persia 1o?" Fragenou:.?to put him in a homo for ;.theo _:?:.Lged. F::.ragson: further said that his father (.(Pott: 'wasY, suffering. from perseCuti'n' 'Frt"son iwas: c firnlig £50 . a riight, and .it i' blieved le 'left: £80,000 sterling.

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