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ITEMS OF INTEREST. FATHER DIES ON SON'S BODY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ITEMS OF INTEREST. FATIIIER D]ES ON SON'S BODY. ?' ~tjarseilles workman named Quatteages, 34`years old. died on 8th December after a month's illness. ilis father,, a man of 67, who had pur. posely been kept. away from his son's bed. side during his last moments, was so ter ribly grief-stricken onr hearing of his death that, sobbing bitterly, he threw himself on the bodyv.and died almost immediately.
STOMACH TROUBLES. HOW TO CURE THEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
STOMACH. TROUBLES. HO1W TO CTPI 'J IIM: Cases of .illnce.:.; thrlriii .stomllach troa:bles. are geneally p~re\' 'lati1f 'during the summer mioiths,;iand for :the ?ast few weeks a .mild epidomic of grastritie has- been raging in the city. Thelesymiptoms resemble ,typhoidd fever at the cvmnlencement. There is generally v.aguo pains in the abdomee,. -wit-h -a. slight tom eraturo. The patient stiffero .,from"n dia?zihoea and biliuusnc ss. '2bero is also a diill and heavy fekilin for \a feow days after -which the patient apare?itly recove. s, but a few days later the: suffere .'complains of a . tired feeihng, ,s.mething, similar to that which follows an attack of influenza. There' are severai, formns of the - compaint, but, this e .the most .preyalent. The trouble originates in some .germ, the exac, nature of Which is not known.'. The .best cure iS ret, and proper dieting :One of -the standard medical works, dealing i ith ,he cure of gastritis say : --' The most Inipcrtant treatment- is....
THIEVES EMPLOY PYTHON. INGENIOUS PLAN FAILS. REVENGEFUL NATIVE SOLDIER. WHOLE GANG CAPTURED. BERLIN, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
THIEVES' EMPLOY PYTHON. INGENIOUS PLAN rFAILS. REVENGEFUL :NATIVE SOLDIER. - , WHOLE GANG CAiPTURE. - BERLIN, 19th January A. highly ingelnioiis, ,hut: Uinsuccesful, attempt to rob twov Eng;ishm~dn- of- a' quan-. tity of v iluable jewellery was miade to-day. in a hotel at Munich. The- I.nglishnien, who were reputed to possess jewels worth £20;000, took rooms in . local hotel, and a party of Ruasian and Norwegian thieves engaged an adjoin ing_ oomn. The thieves attempted to in troduce a -half-starved 'python 'Into the Englishmen's room, hopinoC to secure the .ewelo..during the panic whici they calcu lated would follow, the, appearance of the reptile. unfortunately': for the thieves, however, -the plan did inot work out as they had an ticipatd; and ' both men and python were -captured.
BRIBES FOR THE POLICE. SYSTEM IN GERMANY. LONDON, 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
-:BRIBES FOR THE POLICE. . SYSTEIM IN GE'RMANY. LONDON, 19th January. ... libel case, heard in the Berlin courts, 8bas disclosed a widespread system of bribery a.6ring the German police. According to .the. Berlin correspondent of -the. "Daily. Telegraph," Herr Solman, editor of the Socialist journal, "Rheinische Zei tung," was fined 500 marks ( 25) for having; libelled the --olice and-Public Prosecutor. On the main' points, however, both the evidence and "udgment- completely justifi ed the articles forming' the basis of the. charge:. It. was expressly admitted in court that four out of six police inspectors and two1 commissioners of police had accepted brilies. The' evidence showed that it' was quite. customnary, for. rersons .seeking licenses or privileges for restaurants, cafes or danc ing halls to send the police or their' wives luncheon hampers with notes for 100 marka :(£5) concealed in them. Officials of the Police department testi fied that in a certain case of 'the robbery' ...
MINING NEWS REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
RIDV.E\10W OF THLLE rI:lAR: . MAIIRKEI''. A more healthy feeling was, apparent in the market' last week, and business was of incd"cased extent. The outstanding .fea turds, were the higher rates riling for Great Extd. lHustlec's, Princess Dagmar, New Chum Goldfields, Red White and ]31uo United, S. New Moon, Carlisle, and John son's Reef. Some of the lor--priced interests also :came in for more attention, and values in several instances improved. The hold returns for the week, which are appended, reached the satisfactory. total of 3394oz, ldwt. SOLTD-WEEK. I. 1 If1"1tvioua SCempany. Y ield.. Week. STns.oz.t. d Tllis.loz. dt. Carlisle .:. ..... ...1 3061 67 5j 1751 5214 ad Blue ... i.. .. 59112 16 586 177 16 Clarence United ... 11141 52 01 152148 14 Constella.tion ... ... 85 28 1.8 95 16 16 Cornish United ... 4,61 9 5 80 27 5 ..olden 1iyke ..... 3101A143 15l :05 182 8 Groat Ex. il.ustler's1 26511.1 1.81 260 170 11 Gi'ent Northern .? ,... 2801 89 121 308 80 2 Iro ubark ... .. ... 288115...
REFORMATORY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
REFPORL-ioTTY T?ral.---After five and a half years of pirocrastination, the State au thorities have decided to abandon, for. the time being at any rate, .the .establishment of- a reformatory, prison under the Indeter minate Sentences Act. In lieu of. this the Chief Secretary's departnient, at the in stance ;of the oinspector-general -of, penal cs tablishments (ML. Callaway), proposes t6 secure a suitable farm somewhere in the Castlemaine. district for use as an open.-air training home for youthful offenders who give promise -if reformation. PoLICE PROMOTLONS.=-Pronictions in tile police force were approved yesterday .by the - State C'ecutive Council as follow:--i Sn-li-inspector P. iMMananmny, to :.be in spector in place of inspector ' Skeliain, re tired; Sergeant H. M'Alister, to be sub :inspertor'; Second-olass Sergeant A. Cairter" to bd first-class sergeant; Senior-constables J :A. RyanI, to be second-class sergeant; and Senior-constable T: . G. Ivcy, t~l .to bie E?coiid-class sc...
CHILD AND FEMALE LABOR IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
CHILD AND FEMALE LABOR IN ENGLAND. 'The workers in England and Wales in. :'cluide' individuals as younfg as ten years of age; aind as old as sixty-fi?-,e and: upwards. Here is a: :glimpse of thed great amount of child lbor :still' employed, despite, legis lative restiictions:=. ,. 10 to 14 -.ý 15 to 17 eairs years. 3oy ;orker: .; ... 19:' 890,457 Girl ~.o?rer .. . 182,493 660,550 Takling thie childreni of ten, eleveni and tiwelve years :alonte; thi re isi a 1total of :=1;823 4eirning their liviing; some of the ccipiations being-- Boy.s -Domestic service:; 318?: nvy; 25; actors, 16; '1van boys; 18; ?messengers, 5925; or. farms, 544- ::newsboys, ,4637; toolmak Girls --Textiloe manufacturers, 8833; domestic service 435; shirtmaking, 108; tailoring, 42; dressmaking, 53; messengers, 160i; :actresses, 45; farm work, 71. The total number of women workers, in cluding the girls noted above, is 4,830,734, of .ihom 2,895,489 are unmarridd women overi: 17 years of age. The workers also inolude ...
LOST APPENDIX NOVEL LAWSUIT AGAINST THE EXSULTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
LOST APPENDIX NOVEL LAWSUIT AGAINST THE ErX SULTAN. . Abdul I-Ianmid, the ex-Sultan of Turkey, was sued in December before. the chief Cadi, the Constantinople correspondent. of the Munich "Neueste Nachrichten" stuites, by a woman for damages for tha loss of her appendix A few years ago, it is stated, Abdul's favorite daughto'. was attached by ap i:endicitis, and a surgical operation be-' caime necessary. The Sultan ordered that a. sort of rehearsal operation should be per formed before the doctors should proceed to treat the case of the princess. A woman who was under treatment in hospital for an car affection was chcsen, and shi now clanims the return of the organ. or, . failing that., aduclnate financial da.mages. The Cadi, lot finding any precedent for . :uch a. case in the Koran; adjourned. the heanring for t fortnight.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
Special. Comrn monweattt I. . anll oIf l hstralia HEAD OFFICE r.4 SYDNEY ,This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE.. Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, IIobart, lIrisbane, Rockhamipton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances :nade to, and drafts drawn on foreign piaces direc., Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of crealit iiue.l t. a:iy pare of the weold. kIill; nio:iated- or forwarded for collection. lanl:in and x h:,:ni Rsiness of every dticription transacted \ithin the ComllllllOri Wealth, Unlitd Kin do:n anl abroad. rt:lrrlent, ccounts ojlenci?1. lntereat paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ,. Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at a...
GIRL AVENGES HER HONOR. FAITHLESS LOVER SHOT AS HE LEAVES A THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
GIRL AVENGES HER HONOR.: ? A1TILESS L;OVER. SHOT AS.I HE LEAVES A THEATRE.I , rgaret Lima, a girl of 15, on .the 13fl?l: ecember shot deal in . B~oadway (New: ork) M-i cr Simnons, L whio, she says, made re to her and t1ien betrayed i.her.: , Sie kvre\w h:bacd gone to a theatre,md :d sited t tiee 'door until hr- .came out, hell :10 apprioahied himii and asked `him ' mars y her. Siuno3- rep-lied: -Oh,' fade away, kid!" he ;irl wasted no time.:-She drew a re 'ver flrom l'er muff a.nd emptied chaimbir tr ch imnber into Simnons's body... She miade no at;temipt: at fligoht, and is id to bavec renijarked as. she gazed at ther trate body, "It's a pity.there .are no' ~C, bullets in the. ,tipi :.H^ e's ,uot , dead:._, r
OUR MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
OUR MINES I.he gold returns from the mines fori the pilast c ~i k are .fairly. satisfactory;- aggrepat '1?n:g? :.s they do 3394ft. ldwt. 'United H?ustliers and Rodan again occupied prido of p1:ilace w'lth 234oz., tahe product. of the. .wve?ek's milling of 177 .tolis. South New .6I36on :filled second piaco with 198oz.. S dwt cl and Johluson's Reef Ramie third with ':94d'l dwt. Next in :order were Great? .E. teiý.ced Hustler's, 191oz. -.ldwt.; Lau sell s Littlo 180ft.,. 1' 8oz. 5dwt.;. Ccnutal 1fed W¥hite and. Blue, 162oz. 8dwt.; -. iru bitrk, 151oz. 7dwt..;- New Chum- Goldfielt1s, l48oz. adwt. ; Golden Pyke, 143oz: .15dwt.. VVirgiiilia 1310z . and Lansell's North Red .White and Blue, ll1z. 6dwt. . Four conm .panies dcclared dividends totalling .£4400, mado up' as"follows:--~entral Red. White id Blue, 1/ (81600); Johnson's Reef, .1/ (_1400) "New Chunm Goldfields, Gd (E&O); a.d, :.North .Bendigt,, Gd (flCU00). It is ", ter sting' to note that the Central Red WVhite and '3lue co...
PACIFIC AND ATLANTIC UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
P'ACIFI.C AND ATTJNNTIC UNlTElD It as n 179 hatFerd~inand doLeseps thiecreator of th Suez c-ial made a stait to ii ?t a inl·ai wateriay a?i-oss ·the istmnus lif Panam?ia. Aftes tcnl yeas d n of heieoic foit and hear Clnfelikmg diappoint? ,,? ts tho goen t Fiec enlcrineeh seemn-d •Lesyeips ao:cns and &lt;er'ics nweroe: : eoS haustedh and he otir ed ais?il heric but tiaigic figutre theM Naxleon of Fenc en-k griner ing. Tee esprit de cipsofd: h1is9 couotrymen fou gndev new oine pa co ihy i ..io i few a e d d waste triotie coutray fymen ard woe. "the hope thllihttt b illianpt ai'on ind reqid, earned .ati e oust , dbow e oublediifit Panami?s. :aThi eil entisiasm ended n:'in srdida I.traedy sor imany of them, : iig i frh m lad .I~uniliation fo?ri th pm?;itoe:i's iid bin; :~banidonment of the :enter?rise y 'dWhenr the Fre nch syndicate :ca. et to. tlhe ciuo:: f o:fisii Stether land the woik and liiateri?lton thei site h.ad been deserted, the Unitedi Statia Goverimbent gave the wind...
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
B3ENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, 22nd January. Mr. Frank A. Hill reports: A full yarding of pigs forward for to-day's sale, and was composed principally of bacon erg, porkers, stores. and young pigs. Bacon ers.-There was a full 4Lttendance of the citrers, anid late high prices were fully main tained, the market closing very firm. Porkers. -The supply proved within requiretlents, and consequently high values ruled. Stores. There is still good inquiry for all stores, and the feeders were operating very keenly at late full rates. Quotations:-Best baconers, £3/6/ to £4/4/; others, from £3/1/; backfat ters, £4/1,7/.,to £5/15/, with one prime heavy weight sow to £6/10/; porkers, £2/7/6 to £2/ 18/: others, froin £2/2/; topping off sorts, 36/ to 46/; slips, to 28/; suckers and small pigs, lower Milch calves, to £2/2/; others from 8/. Carcase pork, to- 61d per lb, Veal, to 2d per lb., lcpssrs I.t:on D1iros. report:---We had an exera heaity penhing of pigs forward for this week's s;ald. Bi?.nei...
30,000 BUILDERS LOCKED OUT. LONDON, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
30,000 BUILDWERS LOOKED OUT.. LONDON;, `24th Janfuary. There is no .relaxation of :the teision -b`i ~ - ', tween ..the miustier'r builders atird. their em-.: ployes--If the men lefuse Ito sig'n an i~ti drtaking to` work peacefully- wVith no"n iiiionist5i; a lockout will lbegin at. noo on :Satuiday. ? .Ivill affect 150 000 men: : Sii George A`iskwith failed. to _ ariainge a conference owing to the -iasteis , insisting :;upon ther rle relatiug to = non- unionists ?:: c : : LONDONN .25th :Jiinuaiy Thirty thoisand in3i the building itrade ir iLo*'do'± l-wee locked out"yesterday it? is expectd that ?-iniany more will bc siinii: ?i 'he leiistersf foce ' iii the disput "?eon. tiol 90 4aer ceint of thei\ building in .Lon
STRIKE AND LOCKOUT. LONDON, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
STRIKE AND LOCKOUTI LONDON, 24th January Five thousand .cart:rs have joined tho , coal porters who are on. strike,' maiing 13,00 men out. Households aro pinched, and factories are w-orking short - time owing to rthe lack "of coal. The Commoiiwealth offices are un able to obtain supplies. ' .In poor neighborhoods wvoiene are arriv ing with perambulators, and loading ns much as- they can afford- t(, buy. Merchants _ hav'e' not/ increased the p?ric? for -the fuel, but retailers :are demanding 0 ton. n.
WOOL, HIDES. SKINS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
WOOL, HIDES. SKINS, ETC. Messrs. W. G. Jackson. and Co: report:- We had A very large supply of lamblkins i ad pelts, also a good number of ": full-wool;ed skins to offer at our sale on. Tiesday;, and had a good :attendance of .buyers Sheep • skins.--The market was brisker. :::Lambskins scld at the best rates of previous sale. ,Pets were cleared at slightly -higheri , prices, while full-woolled skins sold at satisiictory, prlctr. Ilides. -Th-' supply forward. wias miuch iracr, :ncd all mec with good'. demand;c' light ' hids improved - 1-8d per lb, whileo:- mediiim and I.l. vv skins wereo Id per lb: higlher Kips sold . at last sale. prices. L::ight' caliskins' im pioved 3-8d, per:lb ,: wh;ile .hcavv 'cafsiins ,rld .st. ilate ratesu Tallow.-Very largo catalogues ar0 offering,. consisting= of 500 tins, a'nd :a got:d iqafiber of pipe. ;i d. oa.eksin shippini' or;::". LThe. demand .for, tins, was,. casier, and prices "'declinied 6c8d1 ei ci t.;.: While, tallow. in: shipping orddr .'sold: ...
VEHICLE DRIVERS JOIN. LONDON, Later. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
VEI-UCLE DRIVERS -JOIN. LONDON: Later. At a. meetinpg held, last night, thl:e Gene. rat VehicliG:I Vorkelis decided to co-operate with ithlie :doal -~porters, iv ho are on strike. Probably 20,000 men engaged in the cart age of coal will be idle on Monday. Several of ::the London hospitals are short of coal. but .the strikers arie adamant in theiir refusal to p.iermnit; supplics being de livered to theli.