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ABSCONDING SOLICITOR. LEYPOLDT ARRESTED IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ABlCONbrING SOLICITOR. lBYPOLDTr AiMESTED?` IN SYDNEY. tY B]SIiGiO aiEffn T1YfE. Iteirest ini lio case of Julius Fritz Ley lioldt, i fon mer Bendigo solicitor :, who.. ai?sconded in October, 1912, was reviv.e?dl i'liursday -aiorning by the receiipt. of the otheir that-.Loypoldt had been arrested 7by,: . c"ective. Currie at, Edwards Beacli,: S d oey, some time on Wednesday. rThej tele : 1rani mis 11nt - received ii the . City iuntil the earlyhours of Thursdaiy norning,, owing to the congestion of traiffic .on the li e. ` The .iews quickly, spiread t.liroughouit .the city. and Tifoinied -.the- chief topic of .:con Sersatioi: in/ all qituarters. A deed of: assilnmnent int connection Witli. Sevjioldt's. estit:e 'was registered in -Mel .lioi-ne, oin 25tli October,: 1912. . Tllc lia S ihltis :Werie set ::down 6t, £14,687, secii?er4:: creditorls.? £lo51 and'., assets £13,500. : c: assets idid :not; .realise . anytliinci. near that-i .n:ouut.;:.. ichiided ini the list of .liabilities were -...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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[?]YELIST [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER XIV. (Continued.) THE CLICK OF THE GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

[ALL EIGIITS RIESI?RYED.3 THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY, BY SIR WILLIAM MAGNAY, BT., Author of "The BITeress of thb Season," "Tho Eed Chancollor'" "The Master . . THE cLiOK OF T- E GATE. le opened the door giving :'upon thei hall. and as Mrs-. Orarii p.-sscd to. answer. : the bell, he upst moved out so as to .command .,.view of tho front door. -Sfanding: be hid hitit, I heard it unlocked and. peied,; and tlhen Mr. Jirby's rather loud resonant?. Ioice iuquiring .after A'iss. Archer. . He hoped she was keeping 'well. Mrs. Jurby: -was very anxious to hear how she was Miss. : :rcher Mad mtaturally not come back to resideinc at Flambards yt, but he had'. tlhought ho would walk up and inquire fo . ncws of her. Then, having- got answers to. : .these questioils, he branched off in his. charact.risticanlly expansive manner. Mis. Oraan and her husband were, he hoped,. getting on all right in the lonely 'house. Nothul.g suspicious haci been noticed, ho. supposcd, and the deteotives .ad: they . finishe...

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BOUNDARY DISFUTE CASE. VICTORIA WINS. SOUTH AUSTRALIAN APPEAL DISMISSED. LONDON, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

BOUNDARY DISFUTE CASE. VICUJiOIILA WINS. SO UTII A.UST'I ALIAN APPEAL DIS. MISSED. LONDON,' 28th January. The boundary dispute case, in which the parties were South Australia and Victoria, reached finality before the Privy CounLil toalday,. when lthe aplpeal ot South Australia against the decision of the H-ligh Court of .Australia was disluissel. Mr. Paul J:dec LawrLenlcc;e 1.C., and cl.Mr. . E. Cleland (of South Australia) appeared for the appel hlats and Sir Robert Finlay, K.C., anld ;Mr. Edward Mitchell K.C. (of Melboucau) appaared for the respondents. 'I heir Lordships held that there could be no doubt that th-e two executives con tempilated fixing Wadcle's line as the boneau dary line, and that in point of law the line was so fixed. They also found that both. ex\cutives intended to fix the boundary finally when they accepted this line. Their Lordships gave the instance of ti?e I.ientenant-Governor of South Austral'a., p oeclaiming it as the bouldary in LS4Y7. h:l is line was fi...

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HYDROPLANE'S GREAT SPEED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

HYDROPLAN.'S GREAT SPEED. Thie record for speed of any floating mn chline is at present held by the hydro plane of MI. de B3onnenmaison, which was piloted by MI. Lelas two kilometres down and back betwcen the bridges of B3inean and Asnieres, near Paris, nt an average speed of 62 kilometres an hour. The hydroplane is shaped like a canoe, and driven by an eight-cylinder Antoinette motor of 70 h.p., and the sight of it skimmning the surface of the water t this extraordinary speed, while at the same time it appears to be under perfect control, is imlpressive. The first vessels built on this model frequently biunded out of the water after the fashion of a cannon-bal ricochetting. MI. Lelas's boaet when at full speed is rather less im mersed than when at rest;, but it is always in contact; with the water and its move meants are very .cfraccful. H-Tuman lhappiness is never supreme; be one's joys ever so great, it never seems more than an earnest of a greater joy to follow. Robert Buchanan....

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1891. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

1891. (Continued.) T'he retiring councillors in August were Cr: J. H. Abbott (Darling Ward). Or. G. ;Pallett (Sutton Ward), and Cr; P. Hayes (Barkly Ward). Cr. Abbott was opposed by Mr. P. J. Broderick, bi~t was re-elected by 742 to 245. Crs. Pallett and Hayes did not again come forw?ard. For Sutton W.aire Mr. D. B. Lazarus- was returned with 1294 votes to Mr. C. Perry's 665. 'For Barkly- Ward Mfr. 0: Roeder was re: turned with 764 votes to Mr T. T. ogan's 538. Cr. J. H. Abbott was elected Mayor. The following figurea show the assess melits of city property and the rates for the years 1880 to 1891, inclusive - Amount Rate of per Total Amount Year. Assessment. Year. :.Value. 1Collected. 1880 .. : 166,394._ 1/ 8,319. 8,070 1881_ ...:164,491 1/3 10,280 9,996 1882 .. 166,391 1/3 10,399 , 10,086 1883 .:. i:168,608 : 31 10.538 10,146 1884' . ? 168,737. 1 3 10,546 :10,145 1885; .::?.?. 167,466 1/3 10466 T0,218 1886 : 167,855 . 1/3 10,491 10,133 1887:..:: 164,250 1/6 12,318 -11,999 1888.: ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

Good for the Kiddies; good, too, for the Invalid. The remarkable nutritive qualities of Robinson's Patent Groats have won the highest praise of medical authorities It is the ideal food for growing children and a boon to the weak and ailing. Mammes ewr- - ++++++++++++++ + *

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FARM & GARDEN GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

GENERAL. After some close days at the beginniu;n of the week a heavy thunderstorm on Tuesday was followed by some stormy: and cold weather, though more settled con. ditions. have since prevailed. Except for orchards and gardens, rains just now would not bo of aily value, though in some dis tricts water is getting somewhat scarce for stock and domestic supplies. Any gr'L~i started; by rains now ivould be burned up by the hot sun. Irrigated crops, howcever' ar doiing wvell and owing to the Waraiiga~ Mallce c;hanncls and stib-channels there is plenty of water: about in districts whilr, would otherwise probably be becoming somewhat anxious. Althoiigh ivce have hal a dry spell for some weeks now, stock fao doing fairily J well,- and there does. not ap, pear to be any scarcity of feed and water.. Many farmers, in "Eastern: Riverina" founmi when haarvesting their ,wheat crop that. many heads. Which appeared to be fullydee veloped and" well-grown: contained no grain, exicept near the stalk....

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MAIN ROADS. MAIN BENDIGO ROAD. Melbourne, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MAIN ROADS. MAIN BENDIGO ROAD,. Melbourne, 28th .January. The survey df the main Bendigo road, be. tween 'CastTlemaine and Bendigo, has been completed by -the staff of the board, and tenders have been called, returnable on 9th1 Febrfuary, for the formation and metal ling of "this portion of the road for a, dis-' tance .of 11 miles 37 chains. In the districts which have been de clared main roads under the Act the board is no* authorising thed necessary expendi-' ture by the councils concerned" for the maintenance of these roads for the current fnancial year.

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ECHUCA WATER TRUST. DEPUTATION TO TREASURER Melbourne, 28th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ECHUCA WATER TRUST. DEPUTATION TO TREASUR?FE? Melbourne, 28th January. Mr. M''Kenzie, M.L.A., to-day introduced a depubatioil from tlihb Echuca. Water Truls to the o- T'reassuer. The dclputationists asked for an advance. for .£1000 as an instalment of the loan, of £15,500. The money was wanted f6or :a punPing well and tuninel, which work waF urgently neededcd. £4000 already granbed had been spent. I)elaying the work would . seriously hlamper the development of: the water works, and aaadvainc'e of:£1000would ciablo the work to be completed, bcfore the river rose. Mr. Watt sald hle had :pleasufire in grant. inig the request. He recognised t;he good. work cdone by the trust and its sound fiian cial position. Kiss a bride immediately after: thel cere mony, and Tbefore the newly-made husband has time to do so, anid you will prosper. throughout the year. mm m tmmmm

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

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MARS HAS LESS DAYLIGHT. AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS' DISCOVERY. NEW YORK, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MARS HAS LESS DAYLIGHT. AMERICAN ASTRONOMERS' DIS-. COVERY. NEW YORK, 26th January. "Astronomers at the Lowell Observatory at Flagstff /Arizona) claim to have dis covered that Mars has twelve minunits Iless - daylight than had bcen previously calcu lated. - . Professor Percival, Lowell, the *famfious astronomern who is a director of the Lowell Observatbry thinks thab the' discrepancy was. due to an error in the accepted rota.:' tion of thu ~lalnet. . t - . .· . " - - - ' , "'-"

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EARLY MORNING FIRE. TWO HOUSES DESTROYED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

EARLY MORNING FIRE. TWO HOUSES DESTROYED. .Sholirtly before 2 an.m on Tuesday a-" dcisastoions fire occurred at Thorpe-str-c . GCalifornia <Gully,, resulting in the tolal destrl ction of two large weaitherboa-w"li i;uildin o, togetllrc :with their c.ontents. The fire originated ini a seven-roomed fenement oi?-ned naild occip'ced by Mr. W. Taylor The ,rigin of tihe fire is :a, mystery. Al the tim .stated M?rs. Taylor. and her daugh icr, who were the only occupants, v"'?x awiakened by the. souids of crackling tim bcr, and quickly escapled from the buriinmg building in their night attire. All efforts to0; save any otf'th6l contents being -prtaci, cally_"useless. Mrs. Taylor endeavored to save a valuabloe inkei, which was in-. a shed at the rear of the house. Shel -had sueceaddd in getting it as far as the g:to Whlien shec collapsed, and was removed with difficulty to ,a place of safety. Fanned by a strong westerly ivind,; the ' flames gained a grea.t hold on the building, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FO OUR FURNITUR E n- :t ;d all -.hings apperiaining t the Furnishing of the Home. You will find us prepared with Su-i . si antial a.nd Artistic, Fuiriiture and Furnishings Carpets, Sinioleum, etc., all reasonably priced, r" THE' BEEHIV'"- -Pall Mall, • ;WE DER 0 N'8, ATd- Jackson's orner, View Point. 1,0( View- Point. ArdJaIso' onr

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SALE OF A HUSBAND. PURCHASED BY BRIDESMAID FOR A GOLD BRACELET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SALE OF A HUSBAND. .P:UR'CHASED BY BRIDESMAID FOR A, GOI-D BRACELET. iA wedding at which Lride and brides maid unexpectedly changed places was cele brated at Lou eville, Kentucky, on the 6th December. `Miss Ruby H ndcrson anid Mr. Raymond Fowler were on their way to the magis trate's residence to be mlarried, when Miss Helen Francis, the bridesmaid, ,purcAsed Miss Henderson's prospective husband for a gold bracelet which she was wearing. The bridegroom declared that he was cer tain that either girl would make an excel lent wife, and the bargain was closed. After the marriage ceremony the bride informed Magistrate Hay, who had con ducted the ceremony, of the compact. The wedding partv thereupon returned home. everybody being apparently pleased at the trh isaction.

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MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

MOTOR NOTES. (13By "Sp:rlk.") The Bcndigo MAotor Cycle Club has been in "recess" !wince the holidays, but it is exijectcd that activities will he resumed il the course of a week or two . Touring motorists have not been nu nmcrous in this district si:ce the holidays. The prospect of the early improvement of ithe tBendigo-Melbourne road is giving satis faction to motorists and all who are in : terested in motor traffic. S There is so much talk iust inow of self starters for car engines that readers may : be iiterested in one of the most famous of the new electrical self-starters (C.A.Y.). It is a very com4licated dynamic generator. The armature witlrin has many miles of wound insulated copper wire.. The gcnera 'tor takes current at 12 volts pressure, and tlihimachine is mounted on the car frame near the gear-box. The driver, by depres . sing a pedal, brings a friction roller on the "starter" sliindle into contact with the Scininc fly-wheel, causing the latter to turn : andi so start I...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. Monday, 22nd December. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

OUR LONDON LETTER. (From Our SJpecial Correspondent.) SMonday, 22nd December Thcroe'm has .been a great deal of thlk during the? past- week or tiwo about: convcr sativss .:betven leaders of the Unionist and Liberal parties oiln the: question of Ulster and lomen Rule . There was a story about a diilno' party., a cosy little ccn:rpauy of four, two members of the Go venlmennt. and two reprcsentatives of :the. Oppositiobu front bench, and it wan as sumcd :that. :they hadd talked over the poS sibilit y,:of a settlement by-: consent. If suich:a dinic': pifrty really took place one inay. ]hazlard L guess that soine of the talk wa.s abonut IUlster,. brt whether the diners nvcre oipowered :to negotiate is -quite - a:cotheer initter . Thcrao.is reason to be lieve, lhovever, that pourlYarlrs have r-w actually begun, not' over the 'dinner tablc, .but by letters which arc said to have passed between the Prime Minister on the one hand and Lord Lansdowne and Mr. Bonar Law on the other. The announc...

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FOR THE DEAF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FOR THE, DEAF. A Russian apparatus for restoring hear ine consisted of a light rubber shelI, fur nished with a miniature microphone, which is connected to a small galvanic battery. It is claimed that the microphone causes even the softest speech to react on the auditory nerve of the deaf when the apparatus is placed to the ear.

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THE WATERS OF BABYLON. GARDEN OF EDEN TO FLOURISH AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THE WATERS OF BABYLON. G.ARDEN OF EDEN TO FLOURISH AGAIN. Tile completion of the IIinduj:ah barrage on, the river Euphrates on 14th December is the first step in the great sch~me worked out by Sir William WVillcocks, t:le famous English engineer, for restoring fer tility to the garden of Eden. The work hag been done for the Turkils Govern ment by Sir John Jackson Limited, and when the wh!ole scheme is completed l[Mesopotamnia will again ho.ome one of the granaries of the world. The total cost, it is e-tiimate , will be about £15,000,000, but as the Turkish Go vernment in 1911 had not the money in :'hand it was decided to, carry out the work ,.piecemeal. :By the construction of the new barrage floods will be avoided, in the territory be low the dam, and half :i: million acres of lnud which had lapsed into desert will be fully irrigated and will 'become fertile once lore. S'Jlhe next step will be the construction of another damrn at Lake IIabanich, a'most opposite Bagdad, and when tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

Thbe 5endigooia) Atr)h i a1 3'OI. ". . T. e V ihn .a.y y . B. . o r ' ; y :-f F k CONrTERUTS- •Il ,. Gallery- Pictures, etc. (A numberi of the' ".i".r:..:- i .-...pictures are beautifully tinted.) STORIES : The Vanishing Lady," by' A. B. Cooper; "Sophie--Dramatic Agent," by Mrs'Coulson-, , Kernahan. A RTICLES '' "Bendigo"; -"A Christmas Message," by Rev. J. Crookston; "The Wattle," by G. B. Manders; " Rochester," "Bamawm," "Ker !ang," by the " Bendigo Advertiser" repre .sentatives-; "Tresco," by Fred P. Morris; "The Dying Year." ORDERi FORAIM. M?ssrs.• Mackay and Co., SBendigo. Please forward me" a copy of the BENDIGONIAN ANNUAL, for which I enclose seven-pence. SAddress.. ..11N.. .N.1............ ............... .

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FAMILY OF 10 ON 10/ A WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

FAMILY OF 10 ON 101 A WEEK. .Mrs. Rebecca Reed, vwho died at Sutter ion, Lincolnshire, in her '101st year, was born in the parish, and resided in the iieihliborhood during the whole of her long life. She was married at 19, and brought up a family of 10 childreln cn 101 a week.

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