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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

WOMAN'S WORST DANGER. FATAL RESULTS COIME FROM NEGLECTING KIDNEY DISEASE, AMONG WHICH ARE PAINS IN THE BACK AND) LIMBS, HEADACHE, UINARY 'rROU-BLES, DROPSY, RH~IEUMATISM, .ND 1GRAVEL. A BENDIGO WOMAN . headache, an aching back, A EN. -D W pains in the limbs, spells of diz- * Mrs. W. Newton, railway gates, Ne ess, broken slep, a continual aon-stree? California Gully, 3endigo, _s bpays:-"For a long time I hare suffered feeling of tiredness, cold hands ?l ? from backache and kidney trouble. I Salways felt tired and languid, and had and ft, puffiness undr the o energy for any work I had to do. I cyes, twinges of rheumatism,. I\ could hardly stoop, my back hurt me uriary trouble of any kind, 9 so much, and when 'night came I got o, very little rest. My secretions were all these are warnings that your thika and oloudy, and con tained a red kidneys are not doing their work; medies, but none of them did me any W()ry Hnth kdes iike -r s~edimenbt. Io o triedman o-clld re-an properly. Healthy ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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EX-CR. HEYWOOD. HIS 70TH BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

SEX-CR. HEYWOOD. : . HIS 70TH BIRTHDAY. SOn Friday 'ist, the 13th inst., Mr. W. I. Heyivood, of- Beywood's Sandlurst. Coffco .:ilaice,e will celebrate his '70th ibirtday. S'Mr., Hýeywood. is . ýcolonist of mnore fthan. 50' year's. and: Laai hid .may :and . varied.. experiieceo. ,Hev, was brought :up: in EI'g i'id': as:.4c profssaional, gardenier at the ;es t"ia?ts otf^ the liEarl of Ellesmere .and W-I toi S, orsiley IlallI and .Eatbn Hil, LIia n cashiire ..until 18 'years of age, ,but ha'd.i a e' :ron.' desiire to' better. :his' position.: in 'lic'. Ioe 'cand his brother, who w-asj. 'o t of lhis tinas an .eng iicer,: seti c0ut for .'.Astri:l a.'i On arrival ,they jqurncyed to .Balla at, W lere his brother readily oh Stainedl eninloyiment at his trade.; Mr.I.; ,H o'obdi: found :that gardening,- si?chl as her 'ild. 'ob& :iacciistomed ti,.; wa.s .out:,of the question in ;thlc i..ew counitry, and the tvo brothe;s:,. struck out foi. Strnge 's Creek, n6vowlaknown as ,W'ahall.. '¢;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MPORTER Of AIR BEDS and CUSHIONS, ENEMAS, SILTK ELASTIC1 STOCKINGS, ,BANDAGES, GALVANIC BATTERIES, 'ABDOMINAL CHEIUSTS BELTS, TRUSSES And SURGICAL APPLIANCES GENERALLY. SEND iarmaci PFOR PRICE LIST. Forwarded- Post Free. ORDERS BY POST Promptly Attended To and Despatched on Day of Receipt. 280 - BOURKE ST., ? ? MELBOURNE. BRANCH PHAR - 111 COLLINS STRIEET. P UCAUSE OF RH BEU1A TISlM. Rheumatism is caused by the retentin.n of uric acid in the system, owitia to 'th action of the kidney-s being defect ve. The following letters will be inberpstins to s'f ferers from. rheumatism: From Miss Hilda Brown, 28 Gr:eat Buck iitgham-street, Redferi, Sydney, N.S.W. "When I was in Hobarts I was taken il. and got so bad that I went to a, hospitnl, and after staying about thr:ee month. I I'e Sturned to Victoria haidly any better than when I first went into thý e hospital The origin of my troubles Nwas,.a chll, caught after taking a hlot .bath, i ith the result that I could hardly movd; the patws in ...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

" iARMERS' AND CITIZENS TRUSTEES COMPANY. BENDIGO, LIMITED. GUARANTEE FUND, £10,000. DIRECTORS: C. R. StilweJl, 'Esq., J.P., Chairman. M. P. Kelly, Esq., Wm. Hunter, Esq. P. Doherty, Esq., J.P.. R. H. S. Abbott, Esq., E. L. Atkinson, Esq., B.A., NV. A. ReynellEsq Registered Office. BENDIGO. R. A. RANKIN. Manager. CITY CHAMBERS, HIGH-STREET,

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

CRICKFT. . - cascsi sjr?. ' . ; .... . .BEnDIRO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. The concliuion iof theI mat'clies iii -the 3.1).C.A. compet;1tion' on Wed'nesday saw Y Y.CM.A. fin-rther increase their lead for the plremlershilp, and they are now 24- points ahead of St. Kilian's, who occupy second :psition. The Y'oung; Men's advantage .places them ii a. nice position for tihe coveted- hinor -of : champion, elevel. .The 3.U..C.:. Southern, .by .their defeat of St. .:Kilian's, moved :into third place, 14 poinut bol'iid the latter, but the Southerners have i.lilayed one .matchi more than the B.U.C.C. , Northeri' teani, which has three poiits to its -credit Wednesday's matches provided Eomo :?'iteresting cricket. Ini the LTUpjer -Reserve tie Y.M.O.A., who: on. the. pe -viouns We!nicsdvay compiled 298 .,riine for 'eigit wickets~, declared their innings ,boc.ad, .nd e-N nt:: the Comradesa .in to, bat .in t.he ,hiopo of ann2.xing an extra.' half poiut for Sn in nings vidto:'y. : (The Comradcs: in thei...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MOTOR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

MOTOR NOTES. r f (By "Spark.") :Orders for motor cars have been fairly brisk in lendigo. and the Northern dis. trict since the new year. The Bendigo TaXi. Co., of High-street, has supplied a rinuber of new cars during the past few eCdeks, and several buyers are awaiting the arrival of cars ordered. A double-seated Foy Steele car, in royal blue, has gone to a? esident of Mitiamo, and a single-seated car of the same make has Leen delivered at Eaglehlawk. Two others, also Foy Stbeles, have been procured by 13Bendigo auc ti'iceis, who intend o- send tlhcm to their up.couiltry offices for uise ii their lhusiness, soq thtt they miliht boe up-to-'late in thlmr irethods S?~i:,Fiiday e.Wclk, wihen .the: wiliole' couastry .waq 1feeling tlibh effects of theo heant wave, a lpoiity of motorists did a: 250 mile. riii:: from the otliie'suide of :a-hy in :evi South Wtal]es :erods the Mi:Nrray and throhugli B]endigo on a 3o:: u i rney ::oithw'ards.::: It w as a trying tipi especially for :tlihe car....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS, S.NERVOUS SIY IIEADACf. f ' ' " i "9 ~1_Lt"gTA:

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EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

EAGLEHAWK. AA ladies' benefit cricket match was played in Canterbury 'Park Wednesday betwc-4r teams representing the Rovers (red), cap tained by Miss S. Cadwell, and the Ramb lers (blue), led by Miss Thelma. Andersou, The former batted first, and compiled 108 runs in good style, but their opponents were onrly able to put together 77 rans. During- the afternoon a collection was taken up by the Mayor (Cr. W. J. Dunstan) and 'Messrs. J. Snell and W. Reed, in aid of Mrs. Williams and family, who suffered a severe les as the reult of a fire re cently at California Gully, and the sum of £2/13/ was received. Ice cream was provided for the players during an inter Tal, and was greatly appreciated. ?--D During an interval in the ladies' cricket match al. fanterbury Park Wednesday, the Mayor (Cr. W. J. IDunstan) took advantage of the opportunity to present Misses M. Asposito and E. Henry with the prizes won by them at the recent Andrew Charity Car nival in the Upper Reserve, Bendigo. Miss Espo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

NS; iMU5TORD b That which Is First in Import ance should be First Served. Keen's Mugard should therefore be e • upon the table, since, no mater how tempting the viands andb perfe the cook. mg, no meal is complete without Keen's Mustardl "' HE FINISI?. :C TOUCH To EVJERYV MORSEL. * 4 *40** **4*** ****~***** * **~*** * *· .44*444444444444444444,44444 *~**~ * .:....:.:....:.:....:.:..:.-.:..:.:.:..:.:.... .:....:.'....:.-....:.,....:.:.. _The A DELIGHTFUL SOUVENIR S a A SEASONABLE GIFT Bendigonian SSend it to Absent Friendsf or SAnnual AU LD LANG SYNE. All Booksellers. Price, 6d. _ r .. . -. .

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A VETERAN LODGE SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

A VETERAN LODGE SECRETARY. Amongst the million memibers who con· stituto the Manchester, ..Uimity Independent Order of Oddfellows thlere a?A.few who can equal, and, n?erhaps. none surpass, 'for levgthl of' service as financial secretary, the record of Bro. William Cox, P.G., the. l:ghly-respected se'retary of. the Loyal Catherine Lodge, at: Eagleliawk. He was born at Andover, "Couinty HIants," Eng land, on the 27th Decembher, -1839, and at the age of 18 years was initiated'iii the Loyal Lion and Oak Lodge, No. ,36.?6 .outhampton district (afterwards Alidover district). On the night of his initiation be was elected minute secretary, and in the following June, 1838, he was appointed Enancial secretary-a position he occupied until he resigned bn the 16th October, 1871, to come to Australia. On his delar .urel his lodge presented him with an il luminated address and a purse of sove BRO. W. COX, P.G. reignsa in ficognition of. the satisfactry, Smanner in .whlich he had discharged, h]is d...

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ELMORE WATER TRUST. Elmore, 11th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

ELMORE WATER TRBST. Elmore, 11th Febnlary. The monthly meeting of the Zlmore Waterworks Trust was held on Monday. I'resent-Commissioners Dr. Wilson (chair nrun), T.. Parsons, A. J. Rogers, J. Marks; P. Grogan, H. '1. Fudge, alid J. Butcher. The Water Commission wrote, referring lack :he by-law passed at the last meeting, ar.d askinga that. it be framedi by the solhc i ols do helie trust.. The by-law in question insisted on nmeters being. affixed to. all new selvices, and on the motion of the chair nanmn i -as altered. t .inciude all new buildinig'. The matter was then referred to .tji, trust's solicitors as directed; Commis smioner , B3utcher moved. -'-hat the Water Suipply, inspector be'. notified that the pr'e sent is ani opportune time to inspect the Sriver, ain.d .niote t:he fgood results accruing from ??.lhe snagging operations, and that the MIinister be asked to place another £$300 on theestimates.to clear the river as far as the Chinese gardens." The motion "was carried. The ...

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"THE MIRACULOUS BIRTH." REPUDIATING DOUBTING MINISTERS. LONDON, 9th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

"THE MIRACULOUS BIRTH." REPUDIATING DOUBTING MINISTERS. L -DON, 9th Fobrugry,. Someo London 1ergymeni are promoting 4 memorial, asking Bishlops to repudiate ministers who reject the IHoly Virgin "and thii birth of Clilst. The .~netition also asks aishops to insist' on epliscopal ordinatiron as a condition precedent.to olergynmen exer cising' their mianitry nand dispensing the savramnnts,

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TITANIC DISASTER. DAMAGES AGAINST COMPANY. COMPANY'S APPEAL FAILS. LONDON, 10th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

TITANIC :DISASTER. DAMAGES AGAINST . COMPANlY. COMPANY'S APPEAL FAILS. . LONDON, 10th February. , SThe Court of Appcai has- upheld- thio judgment of to CQout of. King s Bench, in the case in which; Tlios. Ryan obtained a verdict for £103:. gains, the Oceanim Steam Nvavigation Co. on account of the loss of his son in he steaimer bTitanio. [On 30th. June last our Loindon corres pondent cabled:-Last webk a. manl riamed 0Thoumas Ryan, whose: son was' . drownied when tli Titanic foundered, obtained .1'00 '; damagfes from 'l.hc Oceanic Steam: :aviga- - tion C(ompany, plaintiff alleging negligence on the part of thc- c6mpany. fThe decisica' affected several other .actions of .a sim lar nature. In conictionli with the renmaining cas?s t;he ..King'or' 13nc(ehli Jivision 1 of.-tu High" Court r-'ervced it.' decision -.dn: ''a 1point of 'l:w ,'as td. whther:. th. compauny coiildl. be abwslved from :liability by a, con dition attiched to the back of the .pas senger ticket nullifying the contract...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

"Style.. -~ / 1Ji1 /E r Supremacy In Corsetry! After much tribulation of thought, many women who aspire to a decided distinctive note in dre~s have Jound the .haven of satisfactibn is only al tainedby wearing French j S Corsets - No other make is possible" , It to the woman who seeks the true fashion note of ,: style and efect, because French Corsetierres are - a the only authoritative., a style creators-they have too much originalily to imitate, as lhey are imi. taled hy less experienced makers. The finest French Corsets are the woild famous iI Rustless Corsets. : - a' ALL DR(APERS SELL ·THEMI. 8 BEVAN AND MARTYN, TRAVELLING PHOTOGRAPHERS, ARE PREPARED TO IISIT ALL COUNTRY ORNTREL OUNTRY WEDDINGS A LSPECISlY. 0 PERMANENT ADDRESSe 11t View- street, Bendigle S:yle .. .

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BURNING ACCIDENT. Rochester, 16th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

BURNII\NG ACCIDENT. c " hC.C?. ,1lestr,, 16tlh 1 ;elcu;ry. W :•hilt.: out fishing. yesterday, ! .Mr, L~u.u :Harriso0u liid?-ain ?.p:uiilasaiit e-perience. *5o hlad :? box -of mlatches in his pocket, and Sthe'l hae t.b.f ?t li n eu':ignited them. He did t iot. liOic't ',-iythig iwrong: until the flamerc began i:to curl :round his biack Ho thleu discovered ;that his clothing was .n fire. H" roipromptly :divested himself of the bur': ,irg g?ranmelts, .ut nob before about iiine S quaro :incies oft c.in ::had been burned. olf h:!-is )ack..X Mri. Je Webster lihad his hands burnled in tryinv to beat omit the famces. .!11 MIr. .lalrrison'si clotlhes, with tlh ex c.plion of .hisi trousers, were consumed. 11 'was ,drivern to fRochestcr and . rcei ,cd incdical " attntion. Our Ketang correspondent writes:The many ftriendsl thlroughout the. Kerang, Ben digo auid Inglewood districts O. f Mr. C. Taysom, the well-kcnown contrdetor, anid his wife will regret - to learn- of the death on 'Sunday of th...

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PRESENTATION TO VETERAN SECRETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

PRESENTATION TO VETERAN SECRETARY. In order to recognise the services of Bro. W. Cox, the well-known and popular secretary of the Loyal Catherine Lodge, M:u., the members of the lodge assembled at the Oddfellows' Hall last night, when *a social evening was held. Bro. J.. T. Spenceley, P.P.G.M., presided, and amongst those present were Bros. J. Teasdale, D.G.M., 11 Dunn, D.G.M., W. H. Dennis, P.P.G.M., W. J. Richards, P.P.G.M.. G. ('.Scarborough, P.P.G.M.. and J. Tregear, P.P.G.M. Represantatives were also pre sent from the James Roe, Bendigo, Heart of Friendship, Loyal Albert and Loyal Hopetoun lodges. About 50 brethren sat down to an appetising repast, and after. the toast of. "The King and M.U." had been proposed by Bro. W., J. Richards, and drunk with musi cal honors, the toast of "Our Guest'" was proposed b) Bro S. H. M'Gowan, P.C.S. In making the presentation to Bro. Cox of a beautiful il.luminated enlarged photo praoh of himself, Bro. S. H. M'Gowan, P.C.S., said that if anybod...

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FAINTED ON THE LINE. GIRL'S NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

FA INTED ON TIE LI?NIb. GIRIL'S NARROW ESCAPE FROM DI'ATHL. * A' girl ialncd Lily Alden, a printer's assistant, had a remarkable escape from Icath at a level crossing in Grimsby, Eng land, on 29th December. The crossing was closed to permit a luli passenger train to pass. when the girl, who was crossimr by the hand gates, swooned, and fell on the railway track. No one was about, but fortunately, the signalman in his cabin, somn distance away, saw the girl fall, and plomllptly set his sig- nals against the last aplproaching train, at the same time showing a red flag. The driver applied his brakes, and suc ceeded in pulling ulip his train within a few feet of the prostrate girl.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

.:.:.One tin will cost • '" 4r·Tys 1 ciand save you Pounds and will repair about ri.to .40 punctures or from S:.::.of 3 to 10 bowouts. .. Wii fl Give it a trial myt IUl! and you will ?.. rmarvel at the •results obtained .* · Do not accept any sub. ...stitute, of which there are a variety on the ;i A C Market. Tell your '**. garafe-keeper you must i.,=" " "?.Pamphlet Poste.d cn A~pplicatica TIH CONTI'EUTIL C.& C.RtUBBER Cl, S~p uAll States anti S': Pcw Zealan~, 7 E•l 7 . t . ThC 0et Livas the8CW~'~~ The BEST' Engine or Machine may COST a little MORE "at the outset, but long before it is done with it will have proved itself MUCH THE CHEAPER. One of the most Familiar illustrations of this Truth is Hornsby Manufactures which are of the Highest Grade, especially Renowned for Lasting Qualities and Absolutely Economical. r Oil Engines, Stationary and Portable P. Petrol Engines, Stationary and Portable It is easy to forget what you paid for a Good Engine but the Cost of an Inferior ...

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THE SKIDDING DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

STHE: SKIDDING DANGTERJ . It has ;becen -said that fully -30 per cent. of all. motor accidents :re. caused by skids ::'or side-slips.: This. is -lrobably true of accidents all thle year round, but I should be' inclined to put the. figure at 80 per cent. diuring the winter' months, whei all roads and. streets :arc more or les.. muddy and greasy. : It' is .one of .the penalties attacli ilrg t:o the use of o-pneumatic rubber-shod t3ros. In .i majority of cases skids occur Sthrough the "too suddcnii application of i:rakels. So long as .a car is running free ' lv .in 'ia stra'ightforward, direction, its im pctul ten?ds to kepn it safely travelline in the desired direction, but if an, emergency calls for the suddenlc applicationi of brakes, ne side ;wheel of- the. car mnay be c-hecked a :fractioin of a second before the other side, andn iway :it goes. Tlhe: pecduiar action of Sthie differcnitial: gcar'on?th rear axle tends Sal~o to miake matters :worSe. So iong as olvy the t.wo rear :vhee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 17 February 1914

_------------.------~ a ~1~4L·~ I The Beehive, Bendigo, The Big Drapery, Furniture aird Furiisklrpig Store. THE PREMISES. THE PRICES. SITUATED ON THIT O 0 EST SITES IN THE -T CITY. BASED_ ON KEEN SEARCHING OF THE WORLWYS BEST MARKETS. CENTRI- OF PALL MALL, AND VIEW POINT CORN ER. . PASSING ON BIG BUYLNO BARGAINS DIRECT -TO CUiTOMERS. STANDING OUT ARCHITECTURALLY. MODERN IN E LERY. DETAILX ECONOMIC ADMINISTRATION, SAVI&G A VALu PADATL IN * ,',Vr:- . ABLE PERCENTAGE. T I ASPECT, ROOMY WITHIN. T t EMPIATI' RiPtSAIL TO SAUMRFICE QUALITY EIDEN ING GREAT ICARE INTNHEB INTERESTS TO EXCESSVE CH PNESS. r DPLAY. . FIRST AN ASSU. ANCE OF HIGHEST GRADE EVERY POSSESSING EVERY .MODERNlIDEA CONDUCIVE -TIME OF MATERIAL AND MAKE. THE POPULARITY. A H R T -E PERM ANENC Y WEST AUSTRALIA.:: SED AND TRUTED' FROM GENERATION TO . "T DAINYi TOF. DGENERATION. . A 1STATE, '0M B ''^i'i. . * CONS1 ST)ST IN A POLICY OF FRIENDLY AND ^ *(' IF :*^ :; E'>^.*-;iS : -.' ; j | 1.- TRUSTif REGARD FOR ITS CUST...

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