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NEW BRITISH AEROPLANE. TO CARRY ELEVEN MEN. LONDON, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

NEW BRITISH AEROPLANE. TO CARRY ELEVEN MEN. LONDON, 28th January. The "Daily Mail" states this morning thab the British War Office has designed a nev$z type of aeroplane equipped for trans. .-nort lmrposes and having .accommodation for a mliot and ten men. It is calculated that the machino will be able to travel at a speed of a mile a minute.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CATHOLICS IN POLITICS. THE BALANCE OF POWER. CLAIM BY A PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

. .CATHIOLICS IN POLITICs THE BALANCE OF OWER CLAIM BY A PPRIEST. I t:'h. course of a vigorous speeck' last. week at aagathering at St. Benedict's School Hall; tho Rev. Father O'Reilly, of Bathurst, said::--"You ask why i went to Cootamu'i ira and opposed Mir. Hoiman. In the first place n mistake. w s made in the man l.er in which the policy of the Catho'ic Federation was enunciated. It was said that the federation was not going to be pcitical. 'What was meant was that 'th' fcduration would not have anything tow do mith. party politic.- .Its great objct was simply to secule for Caitholics a fair deal, but it was :.-bs.clhitely moonshine to tliuk that it would not cnt-.r into politic.s. "About a forLnight before the clcction I listened with pleasure to a speech v. i: h Mr. Holman dclicrcd at Bathurst. He really can chalm the birds off the trees v.ith his cloquence. 1 had supper with him afterwards and at that time 1 had no idea, cf doing what I cubs-quently did. It was whun his priva...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

KITCIHENI- GAlRDITh. t I It. is in times like these, when h are searce and dear, that the hli hnhe gaiden is thlle better appreciated,. ?l weF " water is laid- on it is astonishing ' ,quan tity of ;:vegetables" that can be n: a .-ery small space if cropping is - tically carried :out. The varieties of ter bean:s and the dwarf kidniey or French beans ;are, amonrst thd most prolific vege ,tables to grow during the summer months. To keep up .a continuous supply of tieso excellent -and n?tritious esculents the seeds. should "?be sown at intervals till Marci, and in quantities according. to requirements. In drills sow-: seeds of carrot,' parsnip, . culinary? peas,. S\vede and .white turnip, parsley- and, spinach. In prepared beces Imake : small sowings of sdeds of: Brussels= sprouts, turiip-iooted cab. bii.e, bush vegetable marrow, and bush esus tard squash, also lettuce, leek,: onion, ciress, radish, endive, kohl . rabi a 2nd .kale. Celery seed may now be largely sown in. a rather shady ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THE BENDIGONIAN. STO PU-IOTOQARAPJ71eC PHOTOS. of CURRENT EVENTS are required for Reproduction in?? :.: "BENDIGONIAN," and will be Paid for at our Usual Ratea s. MANY EVENTS of INTEREST at which a Photographer is present are ':' constantly oourring in and around Bendigo and the North and North-Western ~': Districts, in every part of whioh the "'BENDIGONIAN" oircul-tes . .. :Agricultural Shows, Sports Gathenrngs, Bazaars, etc., all form. good suibjebt?: "for. reprocfuctidn, whilst we always desire to be first on the spot with illustra.'. tions of floods, washaways, accidental h;~openings, etc. : Photos. of Events. that are more tha ri one week. old are of very little 'use.

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WOMAN WHO LIVED TWICE. AMAZING KNOWLEDGE OF A FORMER EXISTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

WOMAN WHO LIVED TWICE. AMAZING KNOWLEDGE OF A FORMER EXISTINCE. The death was reported in Paris on the 15th December of Mine. Laiure Raynaud. who created sime excitement in Paris a few years ago by her extraordinary iknow ledge of a former life. Mine. Raynaud, who was 45 years old, was a nurse in a private hospital in Passy. A few years ago she told the doctor that she knew she had died 'at the age of 19 many years before. She described the town and the house in which she had lived. It was a foreign town, althougL Mine. Raynaud had never been out of France. The doctor thought the town might he Siena. in Italy, so he wrote to the Mayor of that place and procured a collection of photographs. In one of them he recognised a house and a church exactly like those Mine. Raynaud described. She gave many details. among others that she died in 180. and that her death was due to con sumption. Without telli.ig her* where she was going, the doctor took her to Siena. The first day she arrived -he...

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FLOWER GARDEN. Any well-rooted e:oung : dahlias still re'. ` mainin~ :in the '.nursery Iground should be iilanted outi: without any delay.: Vigorous youn'g plants set oit: now should :proditcc flowers in profusiona about ELaster,- when the finest dahlia -blooms of the. season i:re::. usually -seen E'ach young dahlia:: :planti should have a stake to which :it should be : tied so as to preserve it-from- beinig knocked about by -stormy. weather. Dahlias':: in flower must ndt be allowed. to suffer from; want of :moisture at the roots, :and if the soil in which they are growing is not rich?? they will be much .benefited by an' occa sional waterifin of weak liquid manure. Plants grown for succession should have tilmi c l'oliago :Freely hosed once or tw:iceca week in hot dry weather Ito keep away the red spider which is the grcatest insect enemy of the dahlia. Wihere early-planted, dahlias have ceased to bear flowers,' if the stems are cut dowi to the ground and a good dress incr of manure...

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WIFE KILLED IN BED. Sydney, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

WFWIFE KILLED IN .BED. Sydney, 28th January. `Early this morning, at Waverley, Mrs. Elizabeth Adeline Eminfa Mullan, 37, was murdered, her head being crushed. Her husband, James Mullan, later attempted suicide by jumping into the water at WY" lie's Baths, Coogce. Mrs. Mullan, with her- husband and five children, lived at 59 .Leichardt-street, Waverley. The family was a most happY one, and before retiring to bed last night they were all On, the best.of terms. Mullau suffered from heart trouble, and was under the care of a doctor. The children, who occuipy the next room, heard their mother and father talking, and the mother was reading the newspaper to the father. When Sydney Mullan, 13, went to his parents' room at 5.30.o'clock this morningi he saw blood in the room, and called his eldest brother, who found his mother on? the bed with her head battered in and her nose and -left ear cut off. There was no sign of a weapon or of his father.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SHOCKING FIRE IN BRISBANE SALVATION ARMY HOME GUTTED. THREE LIVES LOST—SEVEN INJURED. INMATE CONFESSES THAT SHE CAUSED THE FIRE. Brisbane, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SHOCKING FIRE IN BRISBANE SALVATION ARMY HOME GUTT10:J. :T?RFE LIVES LOST- SEVEN INJUJR.!;R INALTE !,Of SSS THOT-AT Sl:E CAUSED THE FIE.. Brisbane, 27th January. A serious?fire, tunhappily accompanied b5 .loss of life, occurred at Taringa, near -Brisbane, this morning. The Salvation <Army Women's Home caught fire, and.was totally destroyed. The escape of a number of the inmates was cut off. One woman was burnt to death. Two others, who jumped. from the balcony, sustained such injturies that they have since succumbed in the Brisbane lo., Spital , Seven other women were more or less seriously injured. It is reported that a girl inmate has confessed that she set fire to the build gBrisbane, Later. Confessing that she had set fire to a two storey wooden building in Eldershe Cres _ ce nt, Taringa, used by the Salvation A-my : s a shelter and Industrial home, thus , causing three inmates to be fatally in. : jred, Jane Martingale, 32, a mar:,ec ~wvoman:, uand .n inmate, gave her...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

L E A 8TAB IN TIjE BACK. r TWO BENDIGO MEN CURED. Like a Stab in the iBack is the pain LUMBAGO CURED. of kidney diý.se. fBut that is only on ,, "Mr C H. Wilkinson, who lives at Sandy Creek. 12 miles from 3Bendig-o. sy? pto:i-?i thelr :-ymptomns are --Rhea- says :--"I think if anyone knows of a ., reliable remedy, and the knowledge will mat sm, Lumbnago, Sciatkti, Tiredness, benefit others, tell them abdut It, hence I make the following statement:-For Diz1ines , Sleeplessuess, Trritability, Gra. six years I suffered from lumbago. L consulted doctors and used every know s vel, at;` .: Sclie A'kl sc Pulff es, ":. B ltdY remedy, but got no relief. A friend ad :, ... : ;.. w."::'. .. : vised me to l nO Doan's Backacle Kild " , . hin, r- Pictu, uiey Fills. I took the advice, and cent - ,: - i:; :: Ds res ,v?:"..... . - .ell for some. I used six bottles, and was Coplits tffness of -h cls . rfcctly cured This did not happen yes m. " ' t" " s o . . M n . *"uI terdy. but two years aLgo, andt ...

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BENDIGO JAM FACTORY. HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

BENDIGO JAM FACTIORY. HALF-YEARLY. MEETING. The 24th half-yearly meeting of share holders in the Bendigo Fruitgrowers' Co operative Society Ltd. was held at the fac tory, Qarsed-street, Wednesday. Mr. C. II. Stilwell (chairman of di-ectors) presided. The other directors present were:-Cr. IH. Reck. Cr. T. Somerville, and Messrs. W. J. Campbell and A. Waugh. --An apology was received from Senator M'Coll, who is re cuperating his health at the seaside. The Chairm-i. said he had much pleasure in moving the adoption of the report and balance-sheet, which showed that the so ciety was flourishing. He thought the shareholders should be well satisfied with the progress made and the increase shown in the profits, which enabled them to again declare a dividend of 10 per cent. The business was increasing, and the profits had to increase accordingly in order to keel) the dividend up to the rate which had been paid in former half-years. The share holders might congratulate themselves on being mem...

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LATE LORD STRATHCONA. LAST HONORS. FUNERAL IN LONDON. LONDON, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

LATE LORD STRHTiCONA.: LAST HONOIS. FUNERAL IN LON :ON LONDON, 26th January. The 'funeral of Lord Strathcona,. Highk' Commissioner for Canada, took place 'to day. It was preceded by a memorial service at. Westminster Abbey, which was largely at tended by notable people. Their Majesties' tha King and Queen and .Queen Alexandra: were represented, as was also H.R.H. the Drike of Connaught, Governor-General of Canada. Among those present were Cap' •tain R. M. Collins (Acting High Coim-: niissioner for Australia), Mr. T. Macken." zie (High Commissioner for New Zealand':, and the various Agent.s-General for Aus tralia. The pall-bearers included the Duke .of Argyll, the Marquis of Lansdowne, the Earl of Aberdeen, and Mr. Lewis Harcourt (Secretary of State for the Colonies). Queen ,Alexandra sent a wreath bearing the, autO. graphed. inscription, "In memory of 'the Empire's .benefactor." The Commonwealth Government sent a wreath. 'At the conclusion of the service at the' Abbey the procession...

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WHEAT TESTS. RUTHERGLEN EXPERIMENTAL PLOTS Melbourne, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

WHEAT TESTS, RLJTI1E.RGLBX ]XPERIMENTAL PLOTS .: th Melbourne, 2'itlh January. Iii the drier wheat-growing districts 'di th"1 State the customairy practice is to sow 'z-heat on land which has been bare .fal l-,ow the urevious year, though large areas are put in on stubble ground. In. the m.cster districts of t'he ;?ate- .,;are. 1il `. lovwing is less necessary than in the drier portions, where the conservation of sufli cient.soil, moisture is of the utmost iml;r talice. With the view of securing data o,7 t:;t: the yields obtained from wheat when. scwn after various forage crops compared with wheat sown in bare fallow, a series SofT experiments was commenced at the ,'1 utherglen Experimental - ?arm two years .:ago, and the second year's results are now to 'hand. Plots of rape, rye, vetches, pea?..' barley and beersecn were sown in 1912, and cmntinued during t he winter and earl.y spring. Plots were thus worked up aun' sown in 1913 with Fe.itratioll wheat, care being taken to give eac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

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MURDER CHARGE DENIED. Brisbane, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MURDER CHARGE DENIED. Brisbane, 28th 'January. Jane Nightingale, 26, launidress, was bcharged in the Police Court with: the mur I. der of the three victims of the fire at the Salvation ABrmy Home at Taringa. She Sdenied the charge, and made a long state ment. She was remanded till 5th February. If a bride sees a coffia while being driven to the railway station prior to departure 'upon her honeymoon, she, should order the driver to turn back and start over again,. ~Dr else she will be, sorry for it,

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IRRIGATION IN THE NORTH. TOUR OF INSPECTION. Rochester, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

IRRIGA 11ON IN IHE NORTH. TOURI OF INSP~ECTION. Rochester, 28th January. *After having, visited the Waranga Basin Goulbiirn Weir, the Shepparton irrigatioi areas, Kyabram, Stanhope Lstate, Tongnl: and Koyuga, several comminsioners and of ficers of the Melbourne and MetropolitaL 1Board of Works arrived in Rochester to day, and motored through Nauncella in th< morning, and through 3amanwm and Bal Sleidella in the afternoon. The visitors in eluded Mr. Crichton (vice-chairman of the farm committee), Commissioners Carroll. Chrinibell and Gardiner, Mr. Phillipe (farn mnanager), Mr. Ritchie (engineer for water supply), and Mr. Nally '(secretary of the Water Commission). In an interview with our representative, Mr. CrIchton expressed himself delighted with the trip, aud said that the irrigation scheme of the Victorian Government was mo.t notable , ne, and well worthy the sup. port and practical assistance of every tax, paver. The I rogress made since his last visit in 1913 was wo...

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FEEBLE-MINDED CHILDREN. NECESSITY FOR SUPERVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FEEBLE-AINDED CHILDREN. -'. ECESSITY FOR SUPERV1SION. .'' :Dri. Jones,. Inspector-General of Insane, and :.1Mr. Tait, Director of Education, are devot ing' attention to arriving at the best methods oi. fitting feeble-minded children for the batrle of life. There is a. growing conscious ness amonli the more progressive members of the conuunity that the present state of mat ters regarding feeble-minded children must not vontiliue Tne time is ripe for taking in hand mental weaklings, who assuredly will be dealt with effectually by every progressive nation. This is a branch of practical euge nics that demands immediate attention. The feeble-minded, as a distinct class of the com munity, must receive special care in the direction of education. Segregation and manual training, combined with mental edu cations suitable to their less keener intellects are favored by competent authorities. Wiso treatment and judicious control of this class w:ould. undoubtedly have its reward in the shape of ...

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REMARKABLE PROSECUTION. MORNING BILLIARDS PROHIBITED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

REMARKABLE PROSECUTION.. MIOllNLNGC BILLIARDS PROHIBITED. :'' 1)rosecution of an *unlusual characteri .enlgaged the attention of justices at F·iein. inlgto Cour't on Tuesday, brought about' by? y-. orgeo. R.oblert' Gibson,. licensee of.: a .bilk. iHard :saloon iIn Union-road, Ascot.. Vale: illolvi i!;g a?? gamn, of bilhards to be play-o beforo .lO. I. n, New 1ear's Day.. The charge w. as t:hat defendant, beiing the Sholder of a billiaid table license, dida .p:er : mi h': 'billi'ird table to be uised . otlher thtiu J ur!iti the hours 'allowed by such, liceU :. Inspct or Nolan prosecuted, 'md. defendant' plea!:cd guilty. Inspector Nolan explaxmied that a license perniitted a saloon to be opened only be. t e;en the hours of 10 a.m. and 11.30 p r.; and" d .Conutable Ross Burroughs testified th it cn visitin? defendant's. billiard roorti on .Ne w Year's Day, .at 9.20 am.,' he ioun two young m'.n finishing a game. Defen. dint admitted to witness that -he . knewv the hours 'fixed by the li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

D TBILIOUSNESS ADIGESTIDN, HEADACHES ACIDIT Y, HEADACHE. dl- 1 ..

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HOW THE ARREST WAS EFFECTED. DETECTIVE CURRIE MEETS A TOURIST ON POST OFFICE STEPS. HE HEARS ABOUT A MYSTERIOUS STRANGER. Sydney, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

UO1W.0 1 - TJ11Jy A.IET ý.w S I V11:C ?I. DEJTEIflICT C UIRIEB M ETS A, TOURIST ON P.OST O?iFXC SiTEPS: ?m r:; HI HEARS ABOUT AM ,STERIOUS STRANGE. (F oin? O Special Coiiespoindent? S dney, 29th Januaiy r J Fritz Ley lldt wbos3 dissappearance. fi onio 3endio last' Scitoeib t i tio lig?n?oiths cauised such concern and excitement, is in thc. h:iinis of thi:'e ? olice, ? cid i ille piobibhly: aNoea-i nbefoie': the cidnlid oiro niagistrtis next :ie interest.:inie The iendig police hiad 'itoiomatioi that Leypol4t A is in iSydney, iid iaftie.oiu ,?1tation . ith Sui eieint-endeut Duind i y nd the Chief Coomiissioier. Saiislury' i.ettect'ive Ceurrie ;of Bendio C.I B3rit?lchias isent ovei to enideao : i to .ak icn the arrest'' ? u? c nek ,passed without success.' Lepoldt wnas ioiwheie' to be seeu` No one tiknew himit, and it looked 'as thouugh the criuest wiaslhopeless bit :on Wednesday_ one of thoise ittle: bits of luck camie Dec tectne Cuirie' . W:ay thti mhiake: the ;vork, of dctecti'es r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

M PO RT ER Of AIR BEDS and CUSHIONS, ENEMAS, , SILK ELASTIO STOCKINGS, BANDAGES, SGALVANIC eV, BATTERIES, ABDOMINAL CHML.ISTS - - BELTS, TRUSSES. __ - aAnd SURGICAL SAPPLIANCES GENERALLY. SEND P;1armrcy FOR PRICE ,e A LIST. Forwarded Post Free, ORDERS BY POST Promptly Attended To and a84W Despatched on Day of R-eceipt. 280 Prmenrse BOURKE ST,, MELBOURNE. BRANCH PHAR 111 COLLINS STREET. 'IBENDIGO ,LADY'S IIIGBLY ::iSATI AC. TORY EXPEXRIENCE VITII -DR. MORSE' S INDIA N ROOT PILLS The splendid iblood-jpurifyi propertice of: Dr M Iditn Root. Pills" :a 'e vouched foi by Mis Anne. Bioi of Regi" Snald-sieitet; Quairry IIill Bendigo, who .writes I--'i tied alnmost every, medicine for .,the i.elief ^f a a.: 'ba leg, iv:hich 'developed many. soeest. arising ifrom blood minpurities, ll. tW inoe purpose. I found ,many visits to doctors: likewise" unava:iling,; 'and "seeing Dr 1'Morse's. ITidian Root Pills highly recom --mended.:. I decided. to try them.i: After tal? ing a course of. I linar Rot...

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