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HE WILL REMEMBER NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

HII WILL IPMLAUR3ER NOTW. Philip Lcborski, after frightenung his wifeo by climbing on the roof of his house, told the judge at Milwaukee that he was trying to fArget that ho was married, and hall succeedcd in forgctting; the date of his wvedding. The judge sentenced him to re'pent that. .-l0te, "June 14, 1887,:' ten timea a d(ay for sixt.y days; or. in default to go to priiou. His wife will keep' count.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. MR. FITZPATRICK'S REPORT. ADMITS THOROUGH EFFICIENCY OF SYSTEM. URGES FURTHER INQUIRY IN VIEW OF COST. ADVISES REPORT FROM COMPETENT ENGINEER. Melbourne, 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BULK HANDLING OF GRAIN. MR. FITZPATRICK'S REPORT. A DMITS THOROUGH EFFICIENCY' OF SYSTEM. ADVISES :" REPORTT FROM COMP E:RENT ENGINEER. Melbourne, '21st January." In .the "iegislative Assembly this' after. noon Mr. Langdon inquired whether Mr. 1,itapatrick, chairman of the Railwayv Com missioners, had furnishe:ld a report on the u'uestiduA of. his observations on the subject of hanldling wheat in bulk. Mr. Watt replied that he would lay the report on the table as soon as it was avail able. Later on. a copy of Mr. - Fitzpatrick's re port was handed- to the press. It embodies his remarks as to' inquiries iii- Europe andl America in connection With the selection of an Automatic Signalling System for the. Melbourne suburban railways, the Bulk - flandling of Grain, :as well as other nat ters p..ertaining to the railways. We give a summary of that portion of his report dealing with bulk handling of grain. The Chief Commissioner, after detailing his' inspee tion of the bulk handling plant ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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TRAGEDY OF A REFUSED KISS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

TIPAGEDY s OF A MEFUSED KeISS David a arnhard, of Cornellsvillc, Pennsyl varila, shot himself doad tbecause his wife, declariug that thle custom was insanitary, declincd to kiss him..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

T: IE BENDIGONIAN 6 OToQJARUI PHOTOS. of 'URRENT EVENTS are required for Reproduction in. the ':'? 'ýBENDIGONIAN," and ,will be iaPid for at our Usual Rates. -; ANY EVENTS of INTEREST at which a Phbtographeri is present mare ; :'.:constrtly .occurring in and around Bendigo and the North and North-Western.. . Districts, .in every. part of which the '"BENDIGONLAN" ciroulates. -. Agricultural Shows, Sports Gatherins, Bazaars, etc., all form. good subject for r?roduction, whilst we always de ire to be first on the spot with illustra tions f floods; washaways, accidental haopenings, etc, ' ::.photos :Iof ?serits that are more than one .weekl old are of very little i' u '4 +: T-. , Y. 44..a J44 -.... 4 4 4 -, " * ** + .+ .'4 S" . . . +. .- - , .. . :4 . .. 4. - 4 .. . . . . . . . .. -- :* *I~ ** ,+t+"+* -,+ .?11*+:;i?+l+.. ,1 ,; , u "I,++ "*. : . . . ;+:r ?" + 'l5 +. . " L

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WORLD'S RICHEST MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

WORLD'S RICIIFST MAN, .A young Russian named -iantischeff is said to, be the' richest, man ,in the .world., Like his great rival for the title, ,Mr. Rockefeller, his fortune comes from oil. The Mantaschelff family own the greater part of the rich oil lands in the Caucasus, and their wealth, realised and potential, ia" believed to mlake up the greatest private fortune historyv has ever known. Young M. _1.auntaschell's )one ambition is to possess an unrivalled breeding stud. 1He is a vounig man, with an earnlst face arid large eyes thati have a certain melan chioly in t hen. His nose is sharp and curved, and a little thin moustache hides his upler lip. There is nothing "iorsey" about.the appearance of this man (says the London "'Express"), who collects horses as some mein collect postage samlps. "My horses," says Mantascheff, "are worth three million rorubles (J.300,000). They are all I care for. 1 have a. stud in Titiis of 50 horses, and Lanother in 'War saw of (i, horses. and now I ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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STOLEN JEWELLERY DISCOVERED. CULVERT AS HIDING PLACE. Melbourne, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

STOLEN JEWiLLERY DbiCOVERED. CULVERT AS HID?NG PLACE. , Melbourne, 20th January. On' Sunday afternoon Mr. John Orledge, .after. reading a newsaper in' the Fitzroy Gardens, dozed off to, sleep. On awakening about 6 o'clock he looked in the direction of a box culvert in the gardens. He saw a woman's white enamel handbag, and got a. stick to push it through the culvert. He then discovered fix-e handbags, one of them containing a. gold watch, three gold bangles, two gold wire bangles, a medal, gunmetal waton, a silver .card. case,and other small articles. Concluding that they were part of a burglary, Mr. Orledge took them to the Detective Office, and handed them to the police. For some' time Detectives Ashton and Ethel have been on the lookout for a man who had been committing 'some daring bur glaries in the'.suburbs. Consequently .it was decided to 'keep a watch on the. culvert to see if .anyone called for the booty. Al though the lookout had been continubus since. Sunday liight it was...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

FtR 2FURFU And all things- appertaining to. the.. Furnishing of the Home. •Youv will find ':us prepared with Sub stantial and Artistic Furniture: anid Furnishings, Carpets, Linoleuins, ~etc., all reasonably priced ensuring every Home Furnished Beauutiiflly ?and Economically- Call and. Inspect ur Magnificentnt Showrooms. " THE BEEHIVE"- Pall Mall, •ENDE 80 '8And Jackson's Corner, View Point. 0__ . . N" T . . AND hEJALTH GENERALLY, IMIROY.D ,. AFTERI A. FEW DOSES OF COM STOCK'S "DEAD SHOT"'": WORM: PELLETS Tlhat Comstock's "e)cad Shot" W\roi.t"1 Pellets are a safe and reliabio rcinedyi for the cradication of Worms is vouched:. for by Mrs. J. O'Leary, of 111 Peel-street, B-l?3a lairat Eist. ;Victoria, whoeo little, dauglhttr: was .afflicted Tor some time. After a: few cldows, : Stomaech Wornt several. i.ncdices long was- vexpelled. Since thcu the child, who previously was :iwa.las ailiig, :. has gaiincd couniderably in "weight, and is cu jovig nmch .betteri helth.. "A. little dauEghter...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MAGNETIC CRANE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

MAGNETIC CRANE. Lifting by . electromagnets in large cranes has become an important means of handling heavy masses of iron and steel, and hand inagnets are now proving a great onvenienc'e for ,picking up tacks, nails. crrews, and other material in shop and factory. One type weighs but seven' pounds, lifting a maximum load of more than ten times its weight. The magnet can be at tached to ^u- ordinary 110-volt direct-cur-e;n rent circuit, and is energised by a switch:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

Berdigo's Prenier Drapery Store, CATERS FOR THE NEEDS'OF THE WHOLE YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND ENDERSON'S " NORTHERN AREA, TO BE FROM ALL PO)INTS OF 'HE T HE THE STOREHOUSE O DEPEND COMPASS ORDERS FLOW IN. ABLE MERCHANDISE. We try OUR PERFECT MAIL ORDER GREAT .to :MAE EVERY VISITOR a SSYSTEM MAKES THE BEEHIVE . FRIEND and REGULAR, PER POSSESS what is VIRT UALLY - CONOMICAL MANENT PATRON. - A BRAN CH IN EVERY BUYING ONCE a Customer--ALWAYS TOWN.. a Customer. WRITE to HENDERSON'S for HEADQUATERS :'The whole of our Store--Modern,in S4 ' 'PATTERNS or QUOTA' IONS REMODELLED, its Equipment, Thorough in its Pro ON' I BE AFRAID TO gressive Policy, Popular in :its i . -- TROUBLE US. Prices -is at your 'disposal. RESTOCKED, . Our FURNITURE STOCK Fashion Lines from All t :he Our DRAPERY STOCK -MODERNISED. World's Centres. r ---IS rEXPERT MILLINERS. TALENTED DRESSMAKERS., g ..ABSOLUTELY' THE BEST. PROFESSIONAL COSTUMIERS 4 . .,THE FAMOUS BEEHIVE. 'L 7i . . .. p·~ ' '7 .. . I++.: "S? *[ I+ . 'P,? ': " ...

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HUMAN ZOO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

H". UM.AN ZOO. _A, species: oif human 'zoo" lis about to bL started in Chicago by trs. L. Bracket. Bishop. -rs. Bishop intends to become the mother by adoption of 1 children, each re preseLtinI a characteristic human type. ,he has requested her friend; who are tour ing in L]urope to find for her ?abies re presenting such races as could not be. se cured in Chicago. Her family will include a negro baby, an Indian, an Arab, a Japanese, a Malay, a Geiman, a Chinese, a Scandinavian, an American, an Irish infant, and. others re presenting the inhabitants of - :olth America.

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BUSH FIRE PERIL. SEDGWICK AGAIN THREATENED. OUTBREAK SUCCESSFULLY FOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

BUSH FIRE PERIL. SEIDGW\ICK AGAIN TEAT1 ENED). OUT'B''1 l SUCCESSFULLY FO UGH'. Residonts . of the Sedgwick " districti 'are being trained 1o keep a lookout : for hush fiies. ."During the lipa?. few weeks'. hnec :people tihere have gone to -fight fires :in ?e .: countri bouth of their proe rties, and :.itbhe disastrous fire at Plreston Vale on the 9th, aiud 10th inst. approached perilously :ciose to. the picturesque valley with its thriving orchards. On Tuesday Sedgwick was alarmed by. an oiitltrcaak right at its own doors. At ab'out 3 .o'clock l in the afternoon -nmoke was seenl; risilng front Mr. Alexander Girvan's gra:s paddock within a mile or two of the Scdg wick post office, and close to the orchardis and farm houses along the main road. In a. few minutes a fire was spreading throu- hl the gcrass amd timber on the hills. I. ::.:Matin Conway, whose father has about 4C0 acres of splendid grass adjoining Mr. Girva: l ?? ,l w iras the first on the scenace, ad :: ie :w?s"s , soon: ...

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A GREAT POET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

A GREAT .POrET. -Giovane. Palazzo,, a poet who was5 ,i;. 3il. tall has died, at Florence. at thi ~po S7. Ho. Icav;o s i. son and dau ghter,, each of whom is more. than sevenqu feet in height

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

I""' 1* 7 a: I I FREE DELIVERY. 15 YEARS ANOS, `ý` ` $ I w .Iý I\ I i 1. .isORGANS: ORAN GUARANTEE. .;.MUSIC,' EASY TERMS. f TALKING Catalogues Free. MACHINES, Your Old Piano R-CTK DS or. Organ tae tRECORDS, r as,·a·x· .',Pay?·: asn p Pr r'it h ell St. RB13h.te rendigo. PAnd all 9usical m-E E O 1Goods. :t: _x x 400 iv "L ..C, :::: omplete Home Furnishers. i2 Si . A" NEW DEPARTURE. r .5FU<JRNITURE ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHAS Noneed i"worry or the FUR- WANT' TURE ON EX. IISHINTG 'PROBLEM; 'fir frozn now out EASY TERMS -DEPARTMENTS, T 0 91 A ith CA TO Mvan's, YU A*GT.FOTME' YOU CAN GET FROM MYER'S EASY TERMS DEPArTMENts, T , To M. .,,, JUST WHAT YOU WANT, and pay FU NI'i URE HOUSEHOL)D W L-MARKED for it when it is most convenient to you. A PETS IRONMONGERY CASH BE QUOTED • TEN PER CENT. •ONLY AB?OVE CA R PE'['S IR ,101i;i GE); RY CAH /t E UTD MYER'S CASH PRICES (WHICH ARE LINPLEULS .I, CURTAINS PLUS 10 PER CENT., WHICH MARKED ON THE GOODS IN PLAIN SHOULD LEAVE NO DOUBT...

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FORGOTTEN £40,000. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

FOR.GOTTEN £40.000. .ll 1Lconl.,idleecd trifle which. had. been, left. ih :" railway truck among a lot of .euptics was discovered p. Tourcoing, in France, on the 7th' December It consisted of a sack containing .£40,000 i1 silver '1 renoh 4] pieces. The money, had been sent by the Bank of France at Lille to a bank at Mtons. The truck containing it had been mis laid, and the money lay in a siding for two -days and- nights, until inquiry from the two banks broight it to light.

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SUDDEN DEATH IN A TRAIN. EX-ECHUCA RESIDENT. DIES IN PRESENCE OF INTENDED BRIDE. Echuca, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

S UDD N DEAIH IN A TtAld. EX-ECHUCA RIESID"ENT. DIFS IN PRESENCE OF INTENDED BR DE. Echuca, 20th January. A shockingly sudden death of a young man in the prime o: youth occurred to-day under' tragic circumstances. Mr. Herbert Parkinson, the second son of Mr. -T. Parkin son, of Abbotsford, but for many years a landholder in the Wamboota, New South Wales, district, was to-day in Echuca. Hl was apparently a stalwart, healthy young man, being only 27 years of age, but feel ing a pain in his side he consulted Dr. Moss, who advised him to proceed to Mel bourne to. have an operation performed to remove a dangerous growth. The deceased consequently travelled by the lafternoon t'ain, intending to seek the surgitcal aid, recommended. Hle was accompanied oy Miss Roberts, of Echuca, to whom he was to have been married next week, and Nurse Pitty was also in. the same compartment .with them. At Bendigo the conductor ask ed Mr. Parkinson, who was in a ladies' car riage, with his friends, to go int...

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GRASS FIRE AT JOYCE'S CREEK. Maldon, 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

GPASS FIRD AT JOYCE'S CREEK. Mvaldon, 20th JTanuary. Several hundred acres of mrass were burnt,,. <n. the properties of Messrs. Williams, Dun stone and Sonmer, at Joyce's Creek, on'i M:on day last. The fire is supposed to have'been, •caused by sparks from the railway engine on the fMoolort line. • , -- ,, ?,,? It is absolutely impossible for us to get on without crime, which to a community is what pain is' to an idividual. It is our business to get to understand that pain, not necessarily to suppress it. Crime ,s a good thing. bb. cause it helps us to understand the soolal order,'and we need the stimulus of the poli. tical offender to help us to right wrongs. Professor Benjamin Moore.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

TIHE LATE \ R JAS. RICHEARDSON.

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FARMERS' TRUSTEES' COMPANY HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SFARMERS' TRUSTEES' COMPANY - HALF-YELAPLY MELITING :Tensharcholders, representing 2110 shares. :wl're '.L?resenl.Ct t .the .half-ycarly meeting of ithe FarFll' ? and Citizehs'. Trustees Corn paniy i-liic took placeat _he ctiompany's oifnce¢ City Cliniiiers; Hfilih street on Sat itlr'iafoi;Tooii Mi CR Stilrell, chair. liniie of diiectoia prf' re - cid.t he directoiy' oport) aisaiaeady pub islied: fiflif Alvertiser" -.as preseinttu, S::? wis ilsals) the. balaunce-sheet, showing tho i:lifit: and .loss account to be as follows.- Icxperditure: 31st Deconiber, 1913-To sala _r'es,: directors' and auditors' fces, -£4'2/;;; .:dvertising, charges, printing and state i e:ry,-:postage and telegrams, .and travelling ex1lenses, £147/1/11; balauce, £&86/1911'i ,total, £1466/10/9. 31st December, 1912.- 13y balance (less amount written off flota tion expenses, £91/6/, and remuneration to directors in respect to past services £1;0),, £437/12]; coimniis.ion and interest on in "vestments. afte...

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NEW GOLDEN-SQUARE STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

NEW GOLDEN-SQUARE STATION. Mr. ' E. . Davidson, secretary of the 'Golden-square: Progress Association, lias: re ceived a letter from :Mr. '= D. Smith, f.L.A., stating that the amount `necessary for the new railway station at GQlden square was incliided- iii 'the Railway Loan Act of 1912, -biut on' accounit of the Trea" surer (M'r. W. A. Watt) being unable to float the .loan at a satisfactory p'iice, the work is deferred. The "IBendigo Advt rtiser" has a daily cir. ,'ulation of thousands 'n excess of any other . 'dai:y 9ublished in Btndigo.

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SERPENTINE—DURHAM OX LINE Inglewood, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914

SEIPPENTINIF-DURHAM OX LINEF Iniglewood, 22nd J.anuiitýry: : 7Th. proposlal t :.rtin.. , :railway line: througit Sirpentine to :Duihain -Ox was . ad. aiinced a fiurtlier stage on -Tniesday. and yesterday, wvhein officials: connete'd witiih ih deijrtmezt . maide, toui: of- :inspection of I.:e propos?d route:,- The R.-ailways- Stand ing Committeo iias been -w.aiting for a re izo't frbifi the departimeut 'before miaking its recomme'dtidtioi' so it shouiild uot ho 1c ng noiv bcfore the resultt 'f tbe move ment is knbwn

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