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CONDENSED NOVEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

CONDENSED NOVEL. :A youvn woman asked the Willesden (London) magistrate on the 18th December for a separation from her husband, to whom she was married only three months ago. "Hie is my second husband," she aided. 'My first hu:sband is doing time." "Then this maii is nct your husband?"' aslked the magistrate. "Oh, yes, he is." was the reply. "'I was my first nusband'?s .ecord wife. His first one is still alit e. That is what he is doing: ,;: time for." The magistrate, in granting thie sum :nons, said it was quite an interesting his tory.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERNING BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

CONCERNING RIDES. There are many superstitions which are said to affect the happiness and future prosperity of a bride. Few of these, of course, are now believed in, and probably in a few years such quaint fancies will be laughed at; Hero are some of them: The bride who finds a spider on her wed. ding dress :nay consider herself fortunate. The bride who dreams of fairies the night before her marriage will have every happiness. If the wedding ring is dropped during the ceremony,. the bride imust look forward to nothing but ill-luck.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUCCESSFUL BIPLANE FLIGHT. HAWKER'S SURPRISE EFFORT. Melbourne, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SUCCESSFUL BIPLANE FLIGHT. : HAWKER'S SURPRISE E FORrI. Melbourne, 27th January. Mfr. iHarTy Hawker, the famous Austra? lian .aviator, made a successful flight in>l, his biplano this evening shortly after 5 <o'clock. He started from his ha.ngar at Point Nepean road, Elsternwick, and ris ing well over the houses, flew over the' intervoning suburbs in the direction of Melbourne. He took in portion of Mal' vern and Prahran, and proceeded in the direction of Governmenlt House. On i)s.r return he followed a circuilar course, and passed clos, to Luna Park. Thousands of people lined the streets and watched the flight of the airman. The machine went along very smoothly. - The evening was calm and still, and this no doubt was ýe sponsible for the aviator's trial flight be. ing made us, unexpectIdly. The flight w.:a successful, the airman showing splendid, control of his biplane. He was fully .a. quarter of an hour - in thoe air. - ·l ,,

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ITEMS OF INTEREST. EGYPTIAN CALENDARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

ITEMS OF INTERESf. EGYPTIAN CALENDARS. Dr. Edward Mayer, Professor of Ancient History at the University of Berlin, has l:een studying af.esh the Egyptian calen dars on the monuments in the State museum "of the German capital, and .,has discovered that tiLe date B.C. 4241 is fre quently cited as that in which the early Egyl)tian astronomers first calculated their solar year from the rising of the star Sirius. This is by far the oldest reliable data in the history of thre human race. Ui to quite recently it was supposed that tha most ancient civilisation of which real re cords had been found: dated from B.C. 3500, being that of Peru and its earliest known inha?itants.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE VALUE OF SUGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

THE VALUE OF SUGAR. We are only just beginning to appreciate the use of sugar a.s a rapid reliever of fatigue. It has been incorporated into the most scientific diet on earth, the German army rations. especially the "forced march" emergency ration. No other food of its bulk can take its place. It is the belief of careful observers of men, par ticularly in the tropics, that the larger the amount of sugar and sugar-containing foods they are supplied with, the less al cohol and other stimulants they will crave. xt has long been a matter of. comment from thoughtful observers that the amount of drunkenness of a race or class is in in verse ratio to the amount of sugar it con sumes.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PROGRESS OF CHEMISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

TIHE PROGRESS OF CHEMISTRY. Modern civilisation owes an incalculable amount to the science of chemiistry. Medi cine owes to it the discovery of synthetic drugs and of anaesthetics, and the progress that has been made. in the study of meta bolism. The .twentieth century promises even to outstrip the nineteenth in chemical progress, which will lie in the direction of controlling foodstuffs, applying t'"e raw materials in the earth, and refining of metals.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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METEOR STRIKES MOUNT. NEW YORK, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

M ETEORt S'ih .I MOU, f IN a1.3 YOJ{K *9tlh Januairy rlie isi tcnt's oft Albnquequte, iii New M xic0o. rcceive an. unp)leant '.'licck 1'isL night. A 11azin- meteori striwk -a mountain lo' ._F wuiles east, of tlhe .town, ald 6xplo1i d ~~i <t. terrific detonat'oi (liefret, eciteiment u s .cauc th Peop >helievingi thait `a huge dynumite explosion ha cd occurred. ~ were severely shnkn; -and the 1ioteif r fei't llO 'ili Tea ,CCý:ý 611 [l

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SOLDIER SAVES BATHER. ROCK AIDS IN RESCUE. Queenscliff, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SOLDIER SAVES BATHER. ''ROCK AIDS IN. RESUU.I'. QIuceiusclff; .'..th Juiiury, W4hie sea. b itluiuin" b stcriday Juoln ng .' thy had- 13c.u1u QUL`U',1iT 2\i iM'.M iuno: r a iuutoi. flrom the \Yjnmncta dipstlc~t, b w'tsi:ed o ie aio reef. byiiy n.u stionv titde. aq'n wva e t.c·ltoi':ia wc fIitu Mi. Guobi c ud..wri;, wont to lizs rescue :The1 cztL r reiached.; roack wvitli the bather," and clung to it nuitit fuuthei help: arrived. [Tlhe .rescuer= above reerrer(d . to i5.. anati o of Beididgo -; &unneri- 3. Ti1- Gribhile, of the Thoe 1 °Australitu Garrison' Artillery, and `lckuut: ý0iij of -Ar. J I[. :1.B. Gribbk,; of Philpot- 7 street, Loing Gully,: andcc employed aas:t traveller at divanrds's' lMetallt:gical Work-, Specinmen 11111.]

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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NEW SOUTH WALES CABINET. MINISTERS SWORN IN. Sydney, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

NEW SOUll WALES C4BINET. MINISTEIRS SWORN IN. Sydney, 29th January. "At' an Executive meeting to-day" the - new State Ministry was sworn in.. Theo portfolios are as follow: M Tr. W.K A. IIOLMAN, Premier and. Trea surer. Mr. J..II.O ANN, Chief Secretary and Minis ter f6r. Mines. Mr. :D:. R. HALL, Attorney-General and, Minister for Justice. fMr. F. :TLOWERS, Vice-president of the. Executive Council. Mr. .T. L. THIEFLE, Minister for Lands. Mr.- A GRIFFITH, Secretary for Public' Works. Mr. A. C. CARMICIIAEL, Minister for Pnblic InstruGtion, Mr. W. G. ASHFOIRD, Minister for Agri culture. Mr. J. ESTELL, Minister for Labor and ,Industry. Mr. I. C. HOYLE, Assistant Treasurer, without portfolio. Your liberty will be sacred so long 'as it shall be governed by and yeolved beneath an idea of du ty.-Mazzini.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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STORMS IN CALIFORNIA. MILLIONAIRE AND WIFE DROWNED. AVALANCHE KILLS MINERS. SAN FRANCISCO, 27th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

STORMS IN CALIFORNIA. N MILLIONAIRE AND WIFE DROWNED. A.IALANCII?r KILLS MINERIS. SAN FIRCANCISCO, 27th January. o'-r the secoid ,time since the: beginmiiig of the yea seaverie .storms haive visited CAi-.? forni-. Several persons hiave been drowDedc in flood waters, incluhding a millionaire aodi; his wife; during a mountain cloud, bhl ei' nea'r iwiat i,, known as thl 2iilli"onitro colony" of Montecite, Railway communicationi is at. ast ailsti l, an id hundreds of people have been roi ndcied homeless. A. number of ranchers .. rec marooned by the floods in low lying ua13 tricts.- rTl:o loss` of life is not yet knlown. Front Salt Lako City it is reported that an' avalanche s;vcept over the mountaiu sido neair Storrs, 'wrecking four ho.uscs a:n~ ]hillingp hree poisons ,and injuring' tiir :, others. The victims were miners empl,l:ed inr the neighborhood. They were trapped : in their honies, and crushed to death.. The inhabitants are fleeing, being apprehensive of another avalanche.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

cuticura 5S ')3 ,ang O1 0UineI They do so much to promote and maintain 'the purity and beauty of the complexion, hands and hair un- . der all conditions,.ancl are unexcelled ? in purity, delicacy and fragrance for the toilet and nursery."- . .'--,iticura Soap and OIntment arc nold Ihroughat :"~ . the world. A;l beral sample of ctch, wlth l32pie? jbooklet on the care and -treatment of the skin and-. scalp;,sent Iost-tree. - Addrssm .I. Towns & Co,. Sydney ;N. B. W. MPORTANT TO: EVERY WOMAN. i. M S:11RS ?M. P.I STEWART,. Of :th? headquarters Staff of' "THE LADIES' COLLEGE-.E ': OF HEALTH." 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne .will: Visit. Bendigo on the 'first id- secind .Thtursday of caen month, and may' be Consulted at the City Family lIotrel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 n.m. iEvery 'woman who is -tho viti?x of ill health, or who is . threatened .vwit critical operation, and every -wife .who .has neen dis appointed in her desire to fill tne noble mis sion of motherhood, should seek the...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

COUNTRY ST'I'OCK SALES Mcssi'ss: J H Lieonhp and Co: report ha ing conducted. their .fortnighitly stocki:'sale at - Laanecoorioe: oni Wednesday,/: 21st a instf ? when thiervwias ::a :good attendance o of: grtiziers id'- nd `.thel public.: Thi ? yarding: of :both sheep and cattle, was- considerably lighter than usual We -:yarded: 630. • These represented iie:riidos ` ,of :secolidi juality, rather o:..or.the aged side, con setquently competttion was ,not= keen and sales' h lrd to :make' at the expected prices' of tio -;'endor': Cattle ufitimbers : herei also: low; arnd comprised: odd pens of iiseful: heife?,s for. w hicli there - as a- fair, demanid,i the .bulk :I;bc. mg .disposed of :Messrs. J. H. Lienhop -and Co. C i'eport:- VWe :conducte'd :.our ..first : monthly stock sal" for the. year. at Biidgewvater on ?Phuisday 22nd- inst., W hens ani excellent .attendance of the public <assembiled;' it being n much, more, en couraging? than' those of last year;. 954sheep caione fo...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, 29th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

3ENDIGO PIG- MAnIIEr. Thursday, 29th January. IMessrs. Mason Bros. report:-A very light yarding of pigs penned for to-day's sale. Buyers operated' freely throughout . on all classes of prime pigs ,at figures much in ad va:nce of last week. Baconors--The number was not large. Nevertheless the quality was ex tra.choice, and prices ruling to-day exceeded those. of the,.last sale .by a fair margin. Porkers;--The demand still remains strong; all- weights are realising higher values. Stores. -The yarding of store pigs is decreasing each week now. Buyers are still in evidence foi all classes of well-grown. pigs, and in conse quence of the demand higher figures are, rul ing.. Quotations ::-Best baconers, ."3/14/" to £4/2/; medium do., £3/8/ to £3/10/; light do., £ 32/17/ to £3/3/; porkers, £2/8/ to £2 18/;- stores,- £1/10/ to £1/15/; suckers and slips, 19/- to £1/6, . Mlr. Frank A. Hill reports:- A tull :yarding of pigs forward; for. to day's sale, consisting principally of. baconers:, and ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SCOTCH COLLEGE, MELBOURN1.' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VI?UTORIA. Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys hake passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The" General Course of STUDY includes All the Branches of a LIBERAL EDUCATION. THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGES. WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PH YSICS and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS. The Pupils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the career he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK, In the BOARDINGHOUSE the number or boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to "80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys--in most cases for two. The Principal has the assistance of Six Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Cricket and Football Field, of seve...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMITTEE'S REPORT. Melbourne, 30th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

CLOSER SETTLEMENT. COMMITTEE'S REPORT. Melbourne. 30th Jahuary. The report of the sub-committee of the .State Cabinet on closer settlement mat ters is fraught with great importance to the future of settlement in the State. The committee during its investigations was im .oressed wfth the fact that many settlers outside the irrigation areas had too little land to enabla thiem to make a profitable living. Suggestions to remedy this lhav. been made in the report. Of course, it is - coiitended in the report failure to do wel: on the part of some settlers was Que to their inability to_ suit themselves to" their en vironment. It is recommended that in selecting immigirant for YVictoria attention should be iaid to men of farming ex perience who desire to acquire farms of theii own. The report devotes sione space to the financial position of lessees in each State. That this is: rather serious is evi dent by the fact that up to 30th Juno,-1913, the total. amouht of arears due on land and adva...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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SATURDAY'S SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SAT URDAY?S SHAbRED MAKET.KD Th5 nmaiket?t on :S at:urday wias .ot very responsive to the; increased gold yields.:: Dealing - was restricted. to a fewi stocks i and Sa'lues showed: but slihht variation. Car lisle vere disposed stoi 'at 12/6, and quota tionis for Cornishl, United: indicated:: ,i weaker. m arket for: that ?.o:'stock' G arden GuClly United: sold :at 4/9 and Sea"realisedc 5/9. .: Goldeinid Pyke ibdre .st ady ?.at? 32/6:. H ercules :and :Energetic in the nmornini - sold .:: at 3/8. At 'auction in ;:the afternoon' shares.: '. ere disposed .'of :?t 3?3 a-nd 3/2. New Ar gus sold from :or1/6 to: 1/9. -New Chuim Gold-i fields had inquiry at 8/10.: Otlier Diamoiid Hill -:stocksý were out of ?favor.;.: Princess? Dagniar sold "at 7/6, and: Unity a;t 3/4. :Great Ext-td JInlustlei's were firm at n11/6 and Joh ns.on's Teef had supporter.s :at 18/6 S New Moin, .New Red 1 iWite aind Blue, and Red White .aind Bluei. United were: asked: 4ij% ... At- auction Mihrchisoii sold ?it. 3¼d an...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MINING NEWS REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

RIEVIEW OF TIHE SILRE -MARIKLIVr. A quiet week was experienced in the mar hot. Golden Pylc, Great Extd. Hustler's, 4 and .Tohnson's Reef were the most promi neut of the high-priced interests. There Swas a revival ini Victoria Consols, but it was aot sustained. New Chum Goldfields Swas the'only membei: of tho Diamond Hill' grmip to receive rttention. New Argus, TJnitv, nid Sea were in demand at intervals. ThYe business transacted, however, was only of moderate extent. The gold returns, wMichI totalled 3755oz. 12dwt., i ? several instances showed a pleasingf inmprovement. OLID-WEEK. Cjnila n . i I Previousl S C6many. I Yield. Weeki TiTns.loz. dt. Tns. oz. dt. :C:Garlslc... i ... ... 368 117 14 306 67 5 Clarece United ... 218 29 3 144 52 C Coriis United ... 1 481 6 15 46 9 b Garden Gully J. 501 52 .9 82 64 12 SGolden A-eo ... ... 11 43 131 64 26 9 SGoldeil Pyke.: ... ... 320268 0 3101431.315 SGt. Extdl. Hustler'st 285 221 12 265 191 18 Great Nrtlhern ...1 278 113 8 280 89 12 SIrobark ....

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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A TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

A TRUE° STORY . Writi?g, fromn Bamin.win, Vic., ?Mr. :"Wit liam 1Jolm.: Youill, late of- Hariveytown, .Eaglehawk, Vic., Lays i--"In regard. to the 'stateme??, I gave you some years ago; as to ýmyniy?:cuireI-of kidney complaint, :: I may safy that a c:aort time since I had. occasions to: be- medically examini:d and: was entirely free. from any complaint." Mr. 'Youill's original statement .was' as :follows:: "I feel it a duty:I owe to you and, :to suf feriing humanity to' send you: this .letter. :in? the earnest hope thuat others. who may.; be suffeiing :'as I was~from that dread com :: p laint, Bright's Disease of the kidneys, may t?-ker coiirage and learn from my experience to".: adopt the same' method of treatment;. t-hat: I .did, feeling sure that. by'so doing they will be saved much pain and misery, It-andi; perhaps,' an early grave. This may seem to some a remarkable statement to: inmake, .but it can :be- substantiated by any one -who will 'take: the trouble .to enquire for them...

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HOUSEHOLD HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

SHOUSEHrOLD HINTS. Uso a clothespin to 'screw a- small hook into- hard wood. It will make it much easier than if the fingers are used. .' If too much salt has been added to the soup, slice a raw potato and boil it in the soup for a fiw minutes. The potato -will absorb much. of the sait. By wctting a spoon before serving jelly you will find that tle serving is more easily accomplished.. This idea applies also to aravics, sauces and canned fruits. Fringe on a- bedspread will not 'get matted, but rather will be soft and fluffy, :if - ou liang the bolspread on the line W-ithout wringing aftei' it has been wash ed. If a candle is .bloWn ouib in an upward direction, the wick will 'not smoulder away. and the next time it is wanted it will be found-. sufficiently long to igu.itc properly. . .: We should look up-oi our trials and troni bles as- self-helps They are t the tests to foht us know just where our weak points Sare,:-"and to warn u.s to strengthen our zaard. If a sheet Af sticky fly-...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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THE home CIRCLE HOW TO GET RID OF SUPERFLUOUS FLESH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 February 1914

HJOW TO GET RID OF SUPERFLUOUS FLESH. It is never wise for the over-stout per son to haphazardly .try -to get thin, but a great deal may oe done to reduce flesl with out in any way undermining the constitu tion by a careful study of. diet.. The latest reduction fad is to confine onc's self to one article of food only. We can Lrow thin, we ;.r-c-told, even on ,rico if rice alone is eaten. It as the combination of foods that fattens one. Science says that the Irish peasant is "under-nourished" on his favorite potato. Itf is a potato, and it is starch, and _yet it: mnakes him thin. The-mir.iacle is wrought;; Lot. us therefore. become potato-eaters-. Before making any reckless resolutions, we must remember that the lrish peasant cats potatoes, and potatoes only,: relieved possibly by a. bit -of bacon and a sip of tea. It is there that the miracle lies. It i- an example of the-"monotonous one-food diet," and in hat. lies its value as a -means or reduction, not in thle fict /that iitt'is ...

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