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A PRETTY AND SIMPLE BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
A PRtI TY AND SIMPLE BLOUSE. Th: si?lmpler.t te :ptteni; style, aiid mnake, tho smartei, is tlh blouse of the' nionient Sonsideied; aind cortinly nothiltg could be wi ort severe in its cut tholi thies atin blouse jlhstrated. ' The colbr is a lovely pale.sea .blue, and lmost' effective are thlie inselrtion?s at tfhe side of cream net, giving the satin portion rather the look of an Eton coat. Both the under-sleeves and necrk frill are also of dotted cream n et. The buttons may be of satin, or big amn-er beads c.s buttons would be. a most effective finisii.
A CHARMING COSTUME. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
A IICHARMING COSTUMIE. : i.Here is one of the most charmingly ori giial :c.ftumes for summer wear that i: :]i)Lc see"n for: a very long time. It con-~ :sists of oine of the dainty little full coats of ;old ioise tussore, witi a self-coldred silk wiaistl~ad tied iin a vide flat bow in front. The rcevers and cuffs are of v.ery finue and sr ft hack • ud whilite striped linen; ,so. is theli ri ~i ainidi rather l.arrow skirt. Firills of:r c cn liice Tiafii] thole ol:en iiek and froint and ,tlic -cuffs" and the ,iquant little lIdhi ( f \V h 1 trinniued vith ·depe luke rLaes
LITTLE GIRL'S HOLIDAY SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
LITTLE GIRL'S HIOLIDAkY SUIT.,i Nothinr cduld be lIrettier fori : hl1iday.i 8utt f6r a- :irl just -in her teous thau h.lic delightful little model sketched.- The original was in cream serge; budt linen would also look very well. The nicely fitting little coat hlias collars, and cusesifsof blue satin; with a belt of blue .atent lea ther and self or satin ·buttons. The skirt has a front panel, also decked with buttoals. The lprettgy hat worn is of blue straw in a new shape, wvhich is very comfortable and bc-comnug. It is simply trimmed with a fine bluc feather and a black velvet band.
A DAINTY DRESSING GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
A DAINTY DRESSING GOWN. Whatever e.se is left out of tho holiday trunks, a simple, dainty dressing gown must be included if the owner is thoroughly to enjoy h:er holiday. Can you imagine any thing more disagreedbl& than a stay in a hotel, banrdinghouso or in lodgiln.gs with out a dressing gown in which to trot to and from the .bathroo inP Makeshifts, such as a long coat or a dressing jacket and p?et?ticoat. are all very wefl; but one does not like to meet all one's co-visitors in the ccrridors in such a get-up. Morcover, a dressing gown that one is not afraid to crush is an invtaiuable ,possesiop wven one is.:hot.and tired. Ono .can slip o3ff. oeli hor, and dusty clotlhen, don C' freslih cool9? wra'pper, and enjoy a,delightful: rest upon one's bed after a picnic , oi. iL ia day-'pat' in. the broiling suli, and t"triin :up firesl - nd revived at. dinner.~ ow thei'. is nothiig so suitablo for a sunmmner ]ididadiy di'essiiig gown as.cotton crpe: It. is pi'ac-ticallv ?n crushabl...
THE CONTRASTING COAT OR UPPER GARMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
THE CONTRASTING COAT OR UPPER GARMENT.. SA Favorite Fashion.--A 'very large jlum bet of thle smartest of the summer gowns Srire niada with a coat or corsage jacket of 6diitrastiin material. For instance, a lovely,i sinilec little goivn. of wVhite linen, recenitly. seen i:im a: veryv excluive showrcom,: wasA coifipleted by a: quaiiit little corsage jacket : of almost royal blue isilk. the effect of the contrast of ?botlih color and naterial being extremely:; clharing; A-iother delightful gown of ivwlitelinenri?hown by the same firmn hadl a skirtl of loss :severe type, and ai corsage jacket,'of ,I;the i loveliest., white 1om;ni padour bsilk:' pt6terned wiith a powdered. rose. of iather harge; size, the roses being alter-?,: hately dull red: anci jpurhple, -and :surroundedl/ bJ . a qucatity :of darkl green foliage;: TiMhe fiont of ,tlis littleljacket was cut' open .early to the ?aist, showing -a vwondeiful: *inner vest -of ; wit ' birderi:eu Aglaaise voorked 'oiln linen and softened by...
A NEW SKIRT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
A NEW SKIRT. A Practical Model.--The blusy woman who lcad. a very activo life has not taken kindly to the draped .skirt. She finds tlhat its clinging falds, graceful and artistic., as thley may. be, hamper her movements, and even in the ]Iou~e she, dislikes to feel tlat she cannot move freely in hl?er garments. And yet she does not want :to be hopeless!y:: out of :the fashiodn, so to meet h?lr sn'ecial. needs, the smart. dressmaker has evolved a type of skir't :hiclih is exceedingly comfort~. able to: wear and yet lis quite an.- up-to-' date. effect ot' 'drapery. Quite the- nicest skirt of .this kind that I' have yet come. across was intended, for afternoon wear, in alliance with a prett~ lingerie, net, or chiffoni :blouse. .It was made of a smo0hotl; faee, ci:lightweight cloth in a charmingtone. of mole/ in front the waiist line :of i the skirt ~:.ias normal. but at .tlie back:there ?was a ? so't of :half-belt.: of the material which fiislied ini a ounded end lon ech side, wvherei ...
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
:.?:, AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY MONTHLY 'MlEETING. ~The' first meetinfg of the committee of the o Bendifio Agricultural Society for 1914 was ::held on Saturday. The president (Mr. SS. H. M 'Gown?-.i occupied thleo chair. iAoriicultural Lectures.-The :Departmentw :. of Ag:ffricultUr wrote in refercllce to thei holojdiu g . of ricultural classes under ith e:: auspices of the society,! suclh 'as wvereo heldi at Rlaywood- lhst year., Thie attentioin of, t·h e society Was dirawrin to: the :p'bpoials: of:: thei depairtment for the: yeai as: rewards tli comlpilsory- and optional siubsidy coliditions: :Societies hic: didad not coimpiy wuith' thi condiionis '::would: fcrfeit the: i pio .ataii ' grant. Un: dei- the. optional. clause, soci?e ties satisfactoiily icairying out : the agia-. - cultural classes. would : receive a granlit f O it):. addit:'onal to .whe pro rata. sibsidy,. An alteration, had·· been, made ,tlis yevar ii respect to- lec.ures. In liei: of a ,grant of: £5 for a series of four ...
AN AMERICAN DIVINE. DISBELIEVES MIRACULOUS BIRTH. RESIGNATION DEMANDED. SAN FRANCISCO, 4th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
AN AMERICAN DIVINE. ::DISB.ELiVES MIUIACuULOUS. 13 IRT. 1:r ESt: IIGNATION DEMANDED. . SAN FRANOCISCO, 4th February. The local Presbytefrian Miinisters' A.so -ciation is demanding the resignation oi theiRev. Dr. Cl'.arles Aked, D.D., pastor of tlle First Ccngregational Church, San Friau cisco, in conarcqucuce of a statcement minde by Dr. Akcd in a sermon that he did inoi support -tihe doctrine of the Miraculous Conception or the Birth of Christ. lIe declared thlnt the faitlh of Saints Paul, John, James and Mark, was good enough for intm. These men had said nothniig about iJesus Chlrist comir.g into the world in-any nmir~u.a. lous way. IThe .Prcsblytcrian Association contends :thait these bclhcefe disqualify Dr. Akcd fromi : holdin, ollice in a church, and that hisi withdriiwual i icccssariy if chiyrch discip!itie is o be o maiinaii ncd. .,. :: - . [Dr Aked was born at Nottinghalh /iJiig. [arnd) i l8f4 Ho wris': ordained Iii the - Baptist uinistry in 1886. r. Aked has alwhays been rr...
BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION IMPROVED RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION IMPROVED RE.T'URN. - : The weekly totals of eggs fomn the birds icoimpeting in the -:egg-layinffg test -tinderi :the i:auspices:: of -the Benidigo Poultry So :ciciety~imaintain. : a :high average, and: the returi?g ' f - 1209 eggs last week showed a sioit unilrovemenit on the preceding. Weeks fioures, The inumber of eggs laid 'by the hliens since thel "nauguration of the :coniiietitibn is 44i46:. 'The intense heat :did noi? 'seem to alffect the birds to anly extent, and the daily aggregates from the. iensi weic heifrh, the 'totals for each day during th weoek:: being:---30th January, 171; 31st January, 152; 1st February, 190; 2nd February, 173; 3rd-February, 172; 4tlh February, 179,'-and .5th February, 172. efessrs. M'Kenzie andl Hanbury's pens di vided the welek's honors with 35 eggs each, Mr. Jall's Leghorns being second with 34 eggs. Thi daily returns of these pens were:-M'Kenzie-6, 5, 5, 4, 6, 5, 4-35. Hanbury-5, 4, 5, 5, 6, 5, 5-35. Hall 5, 4, 6, ...
THISTLE ACT. ACTION BY EAGLEHAWK COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
THISTLE ACT. ACTION BY EAGLEIHAWK COUNC1L. At tile fortnightly meeting of thle Eagle hawk Borough Council on Friday, a cir cular letter was received from the Muni cipal, Asnsociation, calling attentiol to cer-. tain amniex dments of the - Thistle Act, whereby the Govern rnicnt lzactically -d.?c cliaed to recogniso its manifest duty with refgard to unoccupied Crown lands. I.Tho burden- of dealing with such lands was ,therefore to contin:ie to be bornoe by the muhicipalities. Private landowners, who. were already heavily handicapped in having to rid tneir: lands of the pest; hadi as ratelpayers, to bear, in addition, :the ex. pense of destroying thistles on non-rate. able lands, which belonged not to the people of the district, but to the State Thoe association :requested th. council should urge. the Parliamentary , represen. tatives for. the district to endeavor to. have clause 9. referrcdl: to above, struck out of the aniended bill Cr. '"crevean moved that tlhe lequest be complied w...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
PEIPONAI. The officers of the Water Supply':Corn minssion engaged in the IRochester irrigai tion areas have forwarded: t:he folloving letter to M.r. ,lwood tIcad on' the eve of hi, denirture for California :- "Rochester; 31/1/14.-Dear sir,--We, the undersigned officers of the conmmission, stationed, at Roe chester, takc this opportunity, on the ye of your sailing:to America, to wish you beon hope thaeb your absencc from Yictoria Wvill voyage, and at the same r time express the not be a long: one, and tlhat you will safely return to take charge of the work which has already mmae your namle a househiold word thrbughout the. world. In bidding you good-bye w.~ take the opportunity of assuring you of our regard foe you as our chief. We trust y'ou will return in good health: and find thtli the Rochester settle ments have Iprogressed as yvell as you would desire durini -your absence.--Yours , very sincerely, eth;'' In reply to tihe above the?? following letter. has been rcheived from Mr.&g...
SPORTING. THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
SPORTING. THE TURF. (By "CALM,-..) The Echuca races take place on Wednes day, 18th Feb-uary. .rTheo Kerang Turf Club will, hold its an. u?nual meeting on 21st' March instead of -ltlth March. as ,previously. notiiGfied To make a prolit of £~300 with two such days to- face as last Wednesday and Thurs-. lay; was excellent work on,-the part of those who ran the Sanatorium race meeting. Mel botirne visitors were much affected by the heat, and on the second ilay several were un able to attend, so prostrated were they. Sevc mral of the events wero contested by small. fhelds. The two trots were the redeeming features of the meeting, and speculation was fairly heavy over them. On theo second day :three ranli- outsiders got homo: in Nujee, Lord .M'Kinney, and Brewer's Crystal. A well known local publican had a solid win over SNuijee at 15 and 20 to 1, and a. produce mer S chant was on Lord M'Kinney for a century. Twp Melbourne ladies (ex-Bendigonians)-~who radroly miss the lMelbournie fixture...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF -1'rovoen dry, thin and falling hair, allay i)ciiig -and irritation, and promote tho.e. -igrowtlh and beauty of theo hair, frequdnt : shamipoos with Cuticura Soap, assisted by;. occasilonal drcssings i'ithl Cuticura Oiiit.-: m nett;' afford a most effcctive aiid cconioniicl .: "tlbrtil?nit t. cuticura SoaL and Cuticura ;i::2timena/,o.ti sr old. throughout thco:r?iobrll. )::Lib?ial samiplo. of each mailed free, with . 2-de, 2p. S .in Bool; Add;-ji~ I.Tow...:&Co.,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
Nexttothe Doctor COMES THE Opmn on. A TESTIMONY TO CLEMENTS TONHIC I Buckinah m Avenue. Coburg, Vic.. 3/4/12. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I know Clements Tonic is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and low spirited, and I gave her Clements Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clements Tonic. Since, I have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am at .a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, could get on without that splendid medicine. (Signed) NURSE GARD." This Medicine is the best to be taken usf 4 on, Uric Acid in the Blood, :k Krlid Indigestion, T.ow irits, Sidk eche. Loss of Sleep, -Poor Appetite,. Ill sness or Poor Blopo. All STOR d CHEMISTS
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitors at the Hotel Shamrock includes:--Dr. A. W. Rindcer, WVedderburn; M\r. Oswald Coghlan, Ballarat, Mr. and Misses HIay, Kamarooka; JMr. F. Brown, Syd noy ; Mr. J. Clarke, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs. Nor man Scobie, Flemington; Mr. J. Scobie, As cot Vale; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heffernan, Axe dale; Mr. Dan Fitzgerald, Bailarat; Mr. S IGreenwood, Kerang; Mlr. Wilman, London ; Mr. and Mrs. Ligon, Toorak: Mrs. L. Muel ler and child, St. Ki!da; Mr. Ernest Bailliere, ".Windouran," MBoulamein; Mr. F. A. Trol. lope. Malay Straits; Mr. J. C M'Caul, Ms lay Straits; Mr. *Martin Kenney, Ballarat; Mr. T. O'Dwyer, Echuca; Mr. and Mrs. W. I-Jolton, St. Kilda; Mr. and Mrs. Donald M'Donald and party, Kerang: Mr. G. C. Delmar Sydney; Mr. Carew, Albury: Mr. Jasper Coghlan, Ballarat; Mr. Moffitt and party, South Yarra; Mr. Stevenson, South Yarra; MIr. Holmes, Elmore; Mr. F. C. Brawn, Brighton; LMr. B. Hayward, Swan Hill; Mr. A. Scott, Deniliquin; Mr. E. F. Clarke, Sydney: als...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
Cu.'ralnt z:cK l, ide of v:ire netting, on which the currants an'e dried. The Mildura to Wentworth coach. A fiat-bottomed lpaddle steamer on tile Murray. The steamer was built by Mr. A. Fisher, a Bendigonian, who was formerly stationkeeper of the old No. 1 Fire Brigade, M'Ciae-street, Bendigo."-= -= : , VIEW AT1l Th' principal Mildura pirodict. flie ult nadl i' d lower of raisin u (I tiraisn (; :Moonlight u a3 Bruce's A JILDUJA.
A RECI[?]F FOR FURNITURE POLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
A PECIFE::PFbOR EURNITUTRE POLSIS. Take of ýmCthyla.ted spirit half an ounce; hydrochloric acid; (common), half an ounce; white' of one. egg-'; bcer- five ounces; raw linseed ,il, five :ounces. Mix, and shako well before use. The following is a re-.ipe for . retorihig French polish:-Take a raw linseed oil and methylated spirit, equal quantities. Shaeio well together, and apply the polish- carefully and lightly with a. piece of flannel or a soft rase..
COOKING BREAKFAST. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 February 1914
;ti _ -;' COOK~ING :-BRE~: A KFASTc;: · .Bacon sho-?lfd e coked 1?n deep, ion ran which is 1 (i e entough $o takt. a rasiwr -not in. amn-y opi-" fry"ping pan ;,Ifi if.,; is cooid?'e in:;isn ope:O'n vail, iias ? vll oa sp;lutter all over the stove and waste the fat. The iriistake..?aI ,thtri2ost pop 1 n.,ma ke ,lien cook ing the biaiionf is i1nth thy pitt it on ite frr 'nd "lv'ie it ?hiaone, so it gets" burnt n ionedopi:rft while it is tunderdonein anothtr. You nii'n~t attend :to it- constal'itly, .t.urnug. i-? it;: ltat two or t:thicee times ~luringcithe proce?ss? ?f cooking.:- :Don't try t6 cook- iu ?tho fist It: should .be cooked: over: a iodervite heat onily..Tirn :it:with a 4keiver anci iiot with .:a: fcrk. 'Soeive it?onf a;.v.ry liof dish