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MALDON. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
MALDON. 3rd loebruary. The weather continues ,hot and dry, and the water. supply is very limited. The )pos0 tioil :is becoming more serious -every day. Tlher'e is only 2?t. of water in the reser-. voire and .thel' supll v is cut off at different' :periocza durinr the day. The aninual ,meieting of parishioners of : :iolv Trinity Clhurch was held ol Monday night the vicar (Rev. J.' Tyssen) presiding over a good- attendance. The report;s and bIhalance-sheet; s of. all church bodies were Sadolpte?l,.: and showed thiat -a very satisfac tolry statoe of afairs. Tihe vicar is to leave -in 'a for tnight's time ..to take charge of: St. George's Church, M a'lvern, 'during. the iabble'ice of Revo. C. Dalton, in Englarid, foir n e :ileriod of ,12 months, and. his locum tenens at :Maldobu will .be the Rev. II. I :Iauser,' 'wh}lo iwiill be w elcoincd on the 16tli iist.:' I:The followiin officers weere appoin'ted :- Churchnvardens and, parochial ,nominators, ,Mesisrsa'. V. Seedsnian, J3 Bowoe and :...
RISE IN BUTTER. Melbourne, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
RISE IN BUTTER. moMelbourne, 7th February. From Monday next the wholesale price of butter in Melbourne will be raised one half penny per lb. This advance has been caused by the scarcity of really prime butter on the local market. The spell of hot weather has been mainly responsible for the bulk of a large proportion of the commodity now on the market being affected. It is doubt'u, whether the increase in the wholesale price of choice butter from 11d to 1/ a lb. will be directly reflected in the retail price. Con. sumers are now paying 1/2 a lb. for the bes, quality, although in some instances it may be obtained at 1/1 per lb. Melbourne. 9th February. As previously indicated the price of chorcest butter was advanced to-day in Melbourne by id a lb., from llld to 1/. So far it would appear that the advance is practically con fiendl to choicest brands. There *is a larger supply of ordinary grades than -can be ab sorbed, and it is believed that ordinary good to prime butter will still be...
FLIGHT ROUND WORLD. AEROPLANE RACE PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
FLIGHT ROUND WORLD. AEROPLANE RACE PROPOSED. For a round-the-world race the Aero Club in New York is offering £20,000. It is prolosed that the aeroplanes shall start from the Panama Exhibition in 1915. The flight will start from the Panima Expositioin grounds at San Francisco o.i 15th May. The race to be completed in 90 days. The first prize will be £24,000, noet £20,000. LONDON, 5th February. It is stated by the Paris correspondent of "The Times" that French airmen are inclined to regard the proposed round-the world air race from San Francisco as an im.possibility. Man, they contend, is yet incapable of flying 500 .kilometres (appoximately 310 miles) daily for three monthls. LONDON, 6th February. An attempt to cross the Atlantic from Newfound!and to Ireland for the "Daily Mail" prize vwill probably be made in August or September in a wvaterplane constructed on the Curtiss Sying boat principle. The machine weighs a ton, and carries 400 gal. lons of petrol. It will be fitted with wlr...
FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
FRUIT MARKET. Melbourne, 9th February. Prices at the Western market to-day were: -Apples, choice eating, 3/6 to 4/6 case; good, 3/ to 3/6; inferior 1/6 to 2/6; good cooking, 3/ to 3/6; inferior, 1/6 to 2/. Leifons, Vic torian, 5/ to 10/; Italian, 25/ to 26/ double case. Oranges, Italian, 16/ case. Peaches, best, 6/ to 7/6; others, 3/6 to 4/6. Pears, ripo WV.B.C., 61 to 7/6; green, 4/ to 61. Pina apples, Queens, 5/6 to 6/6 double; rough, 4/ to 51. Plums darx, 2/ wo 3/b cas,; light, 2/ to 3/; Japanese, 2/ to 4/; tomatoes, good, 7/ to-9/; others 4/ to 6/. Grapes, Chasselas, 5/ to 6/6 case; Black Prince, 7/ to 10/: R. des Dames, 6/ to 8/ luhalf-case; Muscatel, 5/ to 8/ do.; Te:rets, 6/ to 7.
COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
COUNTR?Y STOCK( SALES. Messrs Andrew S. Muir and Co. report havw ing. held their fortnightly stock sale at their yards, Kerang on 6th February. There were only small yardings of both sheep and cattle forward. Sheep met with good competit`on, and sold at prices equal to late ruling rates. Fat cattle nmet with poor competition at auctjon, but we disposed of the whole yard ing privately at best late rates. Backward heifers were dull of sale, but poddies met with good support, and prices obtained were a shade in advance of late sales. We yarded 300 sheep and 95 cattle, which sold as fol lows:--Sheep.--Crossbred wethers, 16/2; fat lambs, 14/6; nmerino wethers, good store con dition, 14/2; aged minorino ewes, 5/. Cattle. Fat bullocks, £9; fat cows, £5 to £5/7/6 beefy cows, £4/12/6; cows and calves, £3/10/; poddies, £1/2/6 to £1/5/.
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
TUSEFUL HOME IDEAS. ,A briskc application of hot ; cid vinegar will remove paint from glass. . The problcrin of ruot staiis.liMsbleen sol *by holding -hlio d daim?gedi f ibi?61 ic 1oilingbin' rhubairb water. Honeiy blendedi: withi', thie ýbitteir beforeo spreadi9o.g :il. bi'own' bread'imi.es-a delici :us sandwich lfillinag. Bent wh'lilebones; can:' be straiglitbened by scaking t:he min boiling: watjfe foi:.a ofw.fw :: moments and tllin-ironing :tlbi m traighli To purify, a q-cistmrn tie .chliarcoal iiin. lng and diop it i: Cel.ry maIv be fr6slieied 1by boing lheft overiiiht .in'ii solution of fsalt andi water. , WVhen making blue n e ia or rclotlis;s add a little ;salt to it. This distribuiites 'lie cdlor'evenly iand pireventse patclhei. . SCookl cnauliflowors i:n mill; and wvate'r; it gives ithei a better flavor, and thoy- 10:ok 'whliter ,tian when cooked in water. .% An ordli.:Pry snfall table on wheels, iado with two slhe'vcs, is a convenient serviui table, carrying "dishos as we...
ABSCONDING SOLICITOR. LEYPOLDT BEFORE THE COURT. REMANDED FOR 14 DAYS. FURTHER CHARGES HINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
ABSCONDING SOLICITOR. LEYPOLDT BEFORE THE COUAT. REMANDED FOR 14 DAYSI. :FURTHIER CHARGE'S RlINTED. STbherevwas a large: ttendance at the Ben Sdigo OCity .Court yesterday morning, when Julius 1Fritz LIeypoldt,; a fornier solicitor practisinig; li the city, surrendered to his bail toi answei: a~jcharge "that on 16th Sep temnber, .1912? , as ::tlhe :bailee of .George Cooper; :l:he did ireceive the sum of £300 on verbal terms recquirlnng him to pay the said suin -;to Rihaird John Bennetts. and did fraudiielntly cohvert the money to his own use, and is thereby deemed to hiave felon' ously stolen the same from the said Geor Cooper.; Mlessrs.- E. N. Moore, P.ML., 3eeb 'iand l,. .Condon, Js.P., were on tc beiich :-fr.n i Luke Murphy appeared for ti e accusod. The accused was outside the court when his nanme iwas called. He at once stepped -bi.skly: into .-ourt; and .stood beside the diick. l IeE: a'ippeaej d to feel his position keLilly anhd kept his /eyesn tthe loor for thlicgare ter :pai...
BABY'S WHOLE FACE DISFIGURED Covered with Small Red Spots. Hardly a Space Between. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment. Skin in Splendid Condition. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
BABY'S '!HOLE FAGP IFH UREU Covered with Small Red Spots, Hardly a Space Between. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment, :;Skin in SplehdidCondition, Norway; N; SYW.-"IMy baby at about the .age of three weeks became covered on te ib'iac with small red spots. I thought it -?was just one of the rashes that babies are o. ften.subject to and would soon disappear, but :it seemed very obstinate, although I 'kepton using home remedies for several S::.weeks; and instead of getting better it got gradually worse. You could hardlly see a sptace between the spots. The baby's whole eface was scarlet and very much disfigured aind I did not like to take her outslde the house ' ' ';"having read of the O uticura I~emedies I sent for a sampji tin of the Cuticura Olnt mentand iisd it as'directed with somen Cuti cura Soap h??licih I bought;. The result was :so favorable that I bought some more of the Cuticura Ointment, and after using the best palt 'of one ti~n the raslh had almost disap peared, leaving just...
LOVE'S LABOR LOST. TAXING THE PEOPLE UNNECESSARILY UNSATISFIED LANDSEEKERS. Bamawm, 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
LO.E- : 'LE S LABOR LOST' . TAXING: THE PEOPLE TNECESSA~RIj~LY TUNSATISFIEDI LANDSEERERS. fus _Bamnawni, 9th Febrituary Mich fussh lias been made -lately. in-bring, ing dcoslsignments- of; ,ep.uted hindseekers to the irrigation, latitudes: north3 of )Bendigo. A special itinerary is ::drawvn up at great. expcense, special trains: are run, motor cars and other- conveyances are eligaged, that the stra'ifgers from. afar may spy out the land, and the blessings of closer settlement dilated': oni :till tlhe .Rochestei, district has become LIoked upon as little removed from a suburb of Paradise. Now, it may be remembered th.iat in the middle of .Decem, her last three colitingents of landseekers fronm A merica : visited thle Rochester dis: triict and :wheni competent guides were at hand to direct t-he --visitors intelligently. delight?? was expresjed ait the prospects of fered. J'Tie. sdil .was excellent, the .orchards esxccedinfgy proniising, the lucerhe thlie best e'ver seen .Oine aborigin...
WATERSIDE WORKERS' STRIKE. APPEAL TO FARMERS POSSIBLE. Melbourne, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
-WATERSIDE .WORKERS' STRIKE. APflAE L TO FARUM]ERS POSSIBL]. -- Melbourne, 7th Februtary. 'The principal topic ,of conversation in Melhourne to-day in connectio~ with th, oT~ertime strilke amongst the wharf labodrer and stevedores was thel possibility of the farmers being appealed to to arsist the p-__?t?sx.t cir struggle. e-" 'e r the -Steamship Ownurs' 1FedrI'ation said ,t?h. t he demands of tlhe XMnarf laborers, culd make it impossible to ,carry on t1 e sh4pping industry. -llo shipowncrs, manufacturers, and busiinss 10eopl0 as a . whol would speedily bha?n.? Lconsider_.wy1a. vhould be done, and he thogiit e ,nmethod adopted in New Zea. land would be resorted to by the shlp owners. Thler, as a last resource, the far mners were asked to aseist; the cmployczs with tlhe rosult that many hundreds of farmers. and their sons went to the ports, and:after leing .sworn in as special con ,tablks,. undertook the work that the crdi :.a.ry workerse had abandoned. After that f-he strike soon co...
DISHES TO SERVE INSTEAD OF MEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
DISHES TO SERVE INSTEAD OF MEA¶L.. 'Try one of these recipes next time. you want to economise. There is one very im portant point to bear in mind when cook inp meatless disahes, and that is that they need snecial care in seasoning and flavor inme. The sauce served with them must be nicely colored, and they must be served, "'hot as hot." Italian Patties.-These are delicious, and •most nourishing. If made with puff pastry and. cut out into quite small rounds they .make an excellent after-dinner savory. Re dQuired :'.Eiaght ounces of rough puff or any oLher "pastry,, three ounces of vermicelli, one ounce of butter, four tablespoonfuls of grated cheese, one gill of milk, two level teaspoonfuils of flour, salt, cayenne, made •mustard to taste. Roll out and stamirp the pastrv.y into rounds a little larger than the Spatty-tins to be used. Allow two rounds for each tin. Line the tins with the p12as'try: (no iieed ito grease them), and let th-ie mbotto0m rouinds of pastry -b' thinner •thain ...
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 7th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
MELBOURNE SOCIAL NOTES. Saturday, 7th February. DEABR ROSALIND, How I am i o write a letter abolit social doings here, when there has been nothing at all of a social nature, I do not know, hut I suppose I must try to tell what little has happened. To make matter.; worse. I have been rather tied by the leg literally, for a sprained ankle has made it verv difficult -:o get about at all. Anyhow, Sthere have not been any invitations to any thine exciting, theo only thin-, being the : oening of tli new Fitzroy creche, and that not being by any means a social or exciting event, although Lady Madden open ed it. It is a creche and free kindergarten, and is a very well-equipped building, op Dosite the Fitzroy Town Hall.:. It is all .nice and airy looking, with inviting white cots. The kindergarten room is "very briight; and on thl enclosed verandah is a large, lw.w table, with a deep rim all round, filled with sand for building. In the yard is a miniatuire merry-go-round and some swings. Aft...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
AGID-TEST PAiPERS and S.~fPLE TUBE OP PEBECO TAAILED FREE On Beceipt of 34. Stamps to cover Postage. Teeth decay.because the Lactic Acid of fermentation in the mouth eats through the enamel. After the enamel is oncepyierced the bacteria of decay caose the destruction of the tooth, or the Dentist must save it by an operation. Hero is a simple way to prevent all te trouble and pain. For the daily cleansing of the tee? USE ! PCBC C O __Tooth Paste' which i, the one Dentifrice whioh overeeares "acid mouth," and polishes, whltens and Scleanses the teet;h at the same time. In feet, the cleansing pewer of PEBECO is remarkable. Its use ensures white teeth, sound gums, and a clean, healthy mouth. FPurth~. more, users of PEBECO never have unpleasant breath. The Acid-Test Papers are sent with he Trial Tube to de. monstrate how Pebeco counteracts tooth destroying acid. Fullinstructions go with them. Send name and address. Only a small quantity is necessary at each brushing of the teeth, so that...
"RENDIGO ANNALS." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
"RETh?DIo ANNa?Ls."-The Lecond portion of the "Annals of Bondigo," dealing with the period 1868 to 1891, will be issiued in hook form next month. We would advise all who desire to obtain the first portion from 1.851,to 1667-to do so without delay, as - it will be temporarily withdrawn from sale as soon as tehe second portion is is. sued. It is proposed eventually to issue a third uortion dealing with the years froll 1892 to. date, thus completing the annals of Bendigo from the year of the gold dls coyery in 1851.
OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. BAGSHOT. 3rd February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
OUR GOUNTRY SERVICE, BAGSHOT. S3rd February. On Friday evening a meeting of the Bag. shot State School Committee was held, present:--Messrs. J. C. Reilly (chairman), E. Buckland (correspondent), J. Pitson, T. Clay and. W. H. Whatley. A letter was read from Mr. Tunnecliffe, M.L.A., stating that tenders would shortly be called for renpairs and alterations to the school. Dur. ino the term, which has just closed by effluxion of time, the committee has spent £60 in improvements, including the oerec tion of a sheiter shed. It was decided to purchase a school bell, which will be erect ed in the brick belfrey.
HOME AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
IHOlIE AND FASHION. A LETTER FOR- MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS (By M?ADAME OSE.) There are so many tewilderingly pretty things to choose from among both gowns and millinery of the moment that a choice of a holiday outfit i: no light matter. Linen in many soft and pretty shades is so popular that it competes successfully with the lovely tussores and Shantungs tlhalt are as well beloved as ever. The new dyes in the soft and dainty silks are charming, and the stone olorss and natural lhndes are rather more in the background. Fou lards and crepons are for afternoon frocks considered the acnmo of elegance. As for mrailliery, every other woman is wearing a Th'ench sailor frilled with tulle, and the otlher women a white Panama. of cheery shape trimmed with broad black ribbon zelvet! There are no other hats!
HOME RULE. NORTH DOWN VOLUNTEERS. PRESENTED WITH COLORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
HOME RULE. NORTH DOWN VOLUNTEERS. PRESENTED WITH COLORS. The ladies of Londonderry and Dunleath have r.resented regimental colors to the North Down Volunteers. Thousands of U1 stermen paraded on the occasion of the presentation of the colors to-day. An im pressive dedication service concluded with cheers for the King, and the singing of the National Anthem. POSITION OF ULSTER. LONDON, 4t:L February. The "Daily Chronicle" states that Mr. Asauith will probably make a pronounce. ment regarding Ulster during the debate on the Address-in-Reply. The Prime Minister will make it p!ain that the Government is ready to grant large concessions in order to meet the Ulster Protestants. who will be assured of effective control of the local services, with safeguards over the judiciary, religion, marriage, education and police- in short, that Ulster will be given a generous measure of home rule within Home Rule.