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BENDIGO ART GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
~.~2BI'NDIGO ART GALLERY. Cr. 1. IlH. S. Abbott (president) oc,?t " pied -the chair at the monthly meeting of tbhe Art Gallery committee on Thursday. night,.'Crs. WV. B3cebe, L. Murphy, and A. Dunstan, lMessrs. M. Cohn, R. O. Hender. son, A. Mackay, WV. B. Apperly, and C. H. Davis "secretary) being also in attend ance. ' Miss' Mary Sliress; the promising Ben. dio arti;, wrot', offering a .:painting she had justl compl.eecr for 25 guineas.' S1heo said the pictuire, ,vhichvwas 60ip. by 24in., haid been farvorably criticised by those who had.- seen it. It was:decided that the execu tive offic'rs should inspect' the painting anid report at next meeting. Mr. J. P . B M'Qtie, manager of the Sandhurst and NorThern District Trui tees, Executors and Agency Co. Ltd., the executors of the late Mr. J. Nelson Jones. wrote stating that Mr. Jones hlad be. queathed a painting- by Stewart, entitled . "'The Battle of Trafalgar,'' to thle gali'· Iery, and arrangements were being madue ''. too forward ...
HOME HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
, IHOME HINTS. If a Iamp wick is getting short, sew a piece of flunnel to the end of it. This will be found to ,be as good as a new wick. A Agireat, saving in the boot bill will be noticed if, .before wearing, the soles are .steebed in linseeod oil for 12 hours and then d-dried .??Repeat the process three times. :Usc chamois leather instead of flannel for making, needle-books. Flannel rusts the 'needles, while chamois leather keeps them :smooth:, and. bright. : To meind broken- china ornalients mix one, part% of guni (from an ordinary penniy bottle):' -with ttwo -parts of wataer, and form :into a .thif uiaste: witli-.plaster of ,Paris. r Apply to both sides and tie together ';till jirmly Cotton,:. Lisle thread,- and :silk .stockings A ill: last longer " if v aslied -before. :',being worn, as the sligli shrinking bbrifigs, the threads closer together - and makes them stronger. Yo6uri old oilcloth can be made as good as new: if afterbeing iwashled, I.molted glue' is a'pplied 1,to i: w...
TREAT HIM WITH TACT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
TREAT RILM WVITHI TACT. lememniber-if you, would keep your hus. band; your lovcr-you must live, up to his ideal of what he wants a wife to be. It is every whit as essential to play your role 'of housekeeper to perfection as it is to be ns charming as you were when you first at t~racted ypur', husband's attention. Don't make thei-mistake of being too exacting Auon lthe subject of your -usband's admira tion. Remember that a man who comes home tired 'vi.h office worries is not in a mood to act the lover, but is far more like y to discover vour good points, after a meal nud 'ai:n hour or two of cheerful companion akiu.
WHAT MEN LIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
WHAT MEN LIKE.&lt; A lady who has stnuded iasculine tastes tlhus discourised on wihart* girls sliould weiar to please men. "The average man, Wliiti? he uretendcs to regard women's dress as somnething beyond his ken, has ulsually very decided opinions on the subject. Generally lie hates bright colors on a woman an4. detests anythilg loud. Nevertlheless, he likes the woman to be picturesque. This is why he is attracted by special uniforms andl costumes such as are worn by trained nurscs, actresses, and widows. Hie is a stickler for correctness in costume, and is disagreeably impressed by the sight of an elderly v'oman in a youthful costume, or a young girl dressed in advance of her years. HTe likes a 'natty' style, and a neat, trim estumo always takes his fancy."
WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
WOOL], HIDES, SKINS, ETC. Messrs. W G. Jackson and Co. report:- We had a large catalogue of lambskins and relts forward for our sale on Tuesday, and had a. good attendance of buyers. Sheep sklins--The market was brisk, and prices again slhow a slight improvement.. Hides The quantity offered was the largest for sonme considerable time; all met with spirit Ed competition, and prices improved 3-8d to) .d on last sale prices. Kips also. im plroved 3-8d per lb. Calfskins show little chl:ange. Tallow-We had a very heavy supp!y, consisting of nearly 500 tins and r.A:merous pipes and casks in shipping or der: all sold at last sale prices. We had a: fair catalogue of wool, alt l-of which sold at late rates. Quotations:-Hides, light, 73d per lb. and 3d per hide; medium weights, 74d per lb., and h;eavies 7.d l:er Ib.; kips, 7-d per lb.; heavy calf 6-d per lb.: light calfskins, 74d n?er lb.; shleepskins, a few full-woolled, small, 3/6 to 5/6 each; good, 61 to 7/6 each; extra good, 8/ to 10/ eac...
MELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
JMELBOURNE CATTLE MARKET." Fat? Cattle.-At 'the Newmarket cattle mar kcet Wiednesday 1860 bullocks and 1200 cows were yarded. Bullockls sold at a firm rate, middling and inferior cows at late rates. There'was a large attendance of expobrt buy ers. who purchased good bullccks freely. Quc tations:-Prime pens of bullocks. from £10/l10/ to. £12; extra do. do.. from £12/10/ to £13/ 7/6: good do. do.. from £9 to £10; good light and handy weights. from £8 to £8/15/; second do. do., from £6/10/ to £7/10/; infe rior and lighter, from £5/15/; prime pens of cows, from £7/1G/ to £8/5/: extra do. do., from £8/10/ to £9/5/: odd beasts, to £10/ 10/: good do. do., from E£S/10 to £6/101; second do. do., from £4/10/ to £5/5/; infe rior, from £3/1i. Faut Calves.-There were 750 yarded. ,Rates were docidedly improve:l Best steers and heifers, from £5/10/ to £6/ 15[- a few to £7/15/: good do. do., from £4 to £4/15/; others, from £3; prime calves, from 55/ to 65/; good do. do.,. from 40/ to 50/' second do...
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. Tuesday, 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
THE MARKETS. BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. 'Tuesday, Srd February. Cattle.--The total number of cattle yarded to'lay was 587, teing a slight increase oir laist week's number, and reprcsenting aboit 30 trucks that canme forwaru by rall, with the addition of rome road lots. Prime pens of bullocks were very scarce, only odd lots of medium and handy welghts be ing distributed through the sale. Cows, on th, other hand, were better represented. and included a few lots of prime sorts, withl occasional clean heifer;. The bulk rf tne varding was made up of useful sorts, of Which cows formed the greater part. For all best cattle right throughout the sale there was a good demand by local and outside butchers, and prices for these were 10fl/ in advance of last week's rates, c&eaa cows and heifers especially selling we!i. The top price made for a small pan of prime bullcks was .£10/2/6, while odd heavv cows sold to £9/151, and choico heifers to £8/12/6. Only odd lots of modecrately conditioned v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SCOTCH COLLEO E, MFIBOURNE. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. SCOTCH COLLEGE is the OLDEST SECONDARY SCHOOL IN VIC'ORIA. Since its foundation, in 1851, nearly seven thousand boys haie passed through it. The roll at present is over 500. The General Course of STUDY includes All the Branohes of a LIBERAL EDUCATION THE CURRICULUM MAKES PROVISION FOR ENGLISH, HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY, ANCIENT and MODERN LANGUAGBES, WRITING and DRAWING, MATHEMATICS, BOOKKEEPING, PHYSICS and CHEMISTRY, And Other COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS. The Pupils' Time-table is arranged with a view to the oareer he intends to follow RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION IS PART OF THE SCHOOL WORK, In the BOARDINGHOUSE the number of boys, for reasons of health, and comfort, is limited to 80. The bedrooms are furnished for two, three or four boys--in most oases for two. The Principal has the assistance of Sir Resident Masters in supervising the games, the leisure hours, and the evening work of the boys. The Cricket and Football Field, ok seven ac...
WHEAT VARIETY TESTS. RESULTS OF EXPERIMENTS. Melbourne, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
WHEAT VARIETY TESTS. S IRESULTS OF EXPER.IME*N'Ib. " . - Melbourne, (ith February. . During the past year a number of varie .:ies of wheat was tested by the' Departiment : of .Agriculture, at ,Ruthergle.i, Longerenong, XWerribee and WJyuna, with the object of :finding out ,tlio. varieties which thrived best; in each climatically, different districts represented by these four centres. At Longerenong and Wyuna the plots were confined to small areas, but at Rutlicdrlen and Werribee the varieties were tested in blocks aof from athree to five acres each. The actual rawifall from the date the seed was so ."iil .lharvest'tat these centres was as fo usx '-WerribeG, 7'.'s96' clhes; Wyuna, 8.73 . ihies; hRtherglcni,-:% 0.35 inches: Lene . enoig., "11:18 . ih lh The lowest rain l ,,was therefore at'Werribee, the nor n.al r 11 from May to A'cember in this district i 13.1 ;iininhg-' The yields of. the .lwact arietiesrat'r' tabulated as fol lows:- - " '': Bulk 'Bulk Variety, Field. Field. Bush. B...
MONTHLY GOLD RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
; MONTHILY GOLD, .lURURNS. The amounlt - o g gold purchased ;by, tle 'i.anks of Bendigo ond E3aglha-wk for tle ?uonth of Jainuary has been sent s :n byS the registrar (I?. HII S. V. Busst),- naid totale 12,319oz: 8d;t A4gr., tlis showing an in crecso of 1867oz. on the amounit obtained in the corresponding month off. tlie preceding vcar., For tlihs purpose of comparison t i? .yields -for .the fir-t mont.l of the pasiPt-six years :arc atppendcdd:- , 1: ;i1909'1 1910 I 1911 1 1912 1 19131 1914 I oz. oz. I o . 1 oz. Ioz. Ioz. Jjn. .1 137291.135351 120101 84OI 103221 12189
THE DAINTY GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
TIIE DAINTY GIILL What can i??: more charming than; theli eirl Vho mflakes :? stuidy of ibeing. dainty P Be she plain or' je slie pretty,.she is sure :o :;be attractive, froi sihe :lis mastered one of tlhe great secrets of feminine:: .perfection h::eTl dainty girl is careful and !troubled aboult every detail of her toiletl.Hier dresscs are neat and fresh, her hair brushed .till: it shines. her teeth beyon4 reproach, hei fingernails polished till they- are r:losy and shiuinp. From the top of -hier toes to the' crown of her -hied oveiythiin about ,heil.is inmnaculate .and :sihe is typical of iwhat ?is most femine i l.and attractive in *.wvomen kiind
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
ANSWERS TO CQiRlESPONDENTS. "Worried IIIousekeeper."-l 1 I am -giving below several meatless recipes recommended by Miss. Gladys Oiven, a well-known cookery expert. Somei of them ill,-.I: think, suit vou. 2. Aluminiuinm pots and ?pans tihat have becomnle dull or 1 blackene?4c?aIen bca cleaned by blin i' rubbed eithl:, a: cloth dip ped in lemon ~uice. :Then rifn.se vell: iFi. worm wateir, and t.:hey ~vill.: look as l?biight as when nen
THE HOME CIRCLE [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
p(I [5 '-a', \3 ____ '- ' As this paper now circulates very largely in the :country districts of Northern Vic toria.. I should liko to mako this column specially interesting to women whose homes are more or less remote from any town ship. Having tLis object in view, I would welcome any suggestions, from the wives or daughters of: our country sibscribers as to any 'topic they would like to have disi cussed. I w'ould also be willing to reserve lart of :this column for the exchange of idea.s or tested recipes among our. sub. scribers : :' - " "MADGE·"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
L TTL AndC~uticura Ointment. They: afro "la pure, sweet and econoni-i!: cal method of preserving, purify ing?and bieautifying the skil, scalp. and hair. For distiressing eczemas, rasies, ittcihi , inflamrgations and Ehafings. of infants f-hildren and adUlts Cuticura Soap and Cuti cura Oinitmernt are most effective. -)utfcura Soa and Olntment are sold throughout the world; ,A liberal sample of each, with 32-page booklet on the care and treatment of the skin and scalp, sent post-frec. Address R. Towns & Co., Sydney, N. 8. W. MPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART, Of the Hendquarters Staff of "THE LADIES' COLLEGE OF H:EALTH." 46 Elizabeth, street Melbourne- Will Visit Bendigo on the first aand second Thursday of eaca month and may be Consulted at the City Fnmily Iotel fromn- 10.30 a.m. till 6 n.m. Ervery woman who is the v~ntirc of ill health, or who is threatened wit . critical. operation, and every wife who .!:s been dis Ppointed in her desire to fill the noble mis sion...
NEW GOVERNOR-GENERAL. MR. R. G. MUNRO-FERGUSON. KING APPROVES OF APPOINTMENT. LONDON, 6th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SNEW GOVERNOR-CENERAL, MR. Rf. G. iUONRO-IFEIRGUSOO,. KING -APPROYES OF AI'POI'ONTME N. LONDON, 6th February.i It is officially announced that theRiRight ion. IRonald Crawford MuInro-Ferguison, Liberal member for Leith i:Buiglis, anid Vice Lieutenant. for Fife, has been appointed Governor-General of Australia in succession to Lord Denman. , Hlis Majesty the King has approved of the avlpointment of Mr. Munro-Ferguson;: fRight HIon. Ronald Munro-Ferguson was born in 1860, and he is u son of the: late Colonel R. Munro-Ferguson. His early education was received at home, i and:as :a lad of 15 he joined the Fife Light H orse, and rose to a captainc, He subsequently. proceeded to Sandhurst Military College,. and was gazetted to a lieutenancy in the: Grenadier Guards in 1879. Mr.i Munro Feretuson entered the House of Commn."s in l&si- as member for Ross and. Crbmarty, but hie was rejected by the dlectors in th& fol lowing year. In 1886 he re-eniteredc Parlia ment as Liberal ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
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BENDIGO SANATORIUM RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
BENDIGO SANATORIUM RACES. BLUE EYES, T:iNNER OF T-iE DISTANCE IIANDICAP TROT, WITH OWNER, TRALNER acind R.IDER, TItOS. SKEI:ILL. Blue EySca put up the rec?rd timo foxr thle 13.ndigo track of 3 min. 3 2-5 sco. (Photo. by O. Whbit.. P?. L. O'CONNOR'S LUCKY ]3BEA. "Winie:r nf tihe Summer Purse, of 50 sors., which put tp a five furlong record for the TPhtdi,:o ?racl. Tice-1 mnin. O 4-5 sec. (Vi;iccit Kelly, photo.)
LANDSEEKERS AT ROCHESTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
'i. ~ LANDSEEKERS AT ROCHESTER. : . */^^^*^~ff^ IEXAlSTu'i1NIN Mu,. PIIDG1EPS FLINE iAI;cFI:N3 Cr~OP AT ANhNN~hELLA.~ THREE CUTTINGS OF LUOERUENEI . FROM 22 A.CS AT MAR. GIBBS'S FAnRM, JRAM'AVM. __ \ATE?ING ]TII'GH1' DAYS" OLD GROWTH LUCEIRNE ON M?R. IHANS]N'S B3LOCK, BALJENDELLA. *A TYPICAL BETTfLER'S HOME AT NANNEELLA (B. Arthur Shields, photo.)
SHOOTING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SIOoTiNG:SEAS i r.-Th duck sceson: opens on Wdlnesday, l1th iFebtruari Tie Fisiheries and CG'atem deliatmnwt ' lias ?ieeld advised tliatttbirdsare pleintifil iii niauyi dis tricts of. tlihe iiorth-westein portibi' of ' teo State. Geunrally .speaking; ihbwveri tlierci is a sliortage , ihis year. Quail, :however,, are reported- to ; b" very ;.pletifti t: in. most parts of thi State. Southoli' if tlhe TDivid. n R.aneo ::the irds are said it: be morte olentiful thaii; thiey have been '.fori several vears u'st. £Thc cjunail season cp.cns oirt1s March. ?rv. J. 'T. Eyic, secretary oIfthe -Shire of Mlnroifng v. s Ta t slighil appointed town clerk of tlih Borogi `6g f Eclichuca. The-rr waere eleveo.l aplieant. for the position.