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ROYAL DANCERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

ROYAL DANCERS. The; King is an expert perforhmer of the hornpipe, and nQt so long ago he was seen dancinei 'at Balmoral to an attentive and critical audience of three sons. The Prince of Wales, and rPince Albert both learned', the hornpipe at school, and Prince Albert; is saird to be the crack performer of the vardroom of the Collingwood. i)Dancing is the Queen's favorite recrea. Lion. Ifer Majesty. is a most accomplished dancer, and is familiar with everything which cant possibly appear on any society pro!orammc, from a set of quadrilles to a lighland reel, and the latest waltz to the rtil1 prevalent two-step. Against the tango only has the Queen sternly set her face. The minuet was danced last Christmas at Saidrinlgham, ana.l the Queen has intimated lier desire 'that it shall be -includen in the -ourt ball pFogrhmmes of the coming sea son. As danced in th bal rooms the movemen i t? "ker time than of old 7I cui tses not quite so e1abor tn gr c ig nity are fully is certain to be all...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

DON'I beor until you are worse before starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, instead of disappearing of its owp sweet will, frequently develops Serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is .to TAKE BEECHAM'S which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of -that sort are' indications 'of digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warning the cause of the present ail ment be not speedily removed. Don't wait until to-morrow but take Beecham's Pills Price IO0d., [I11, & 2/9.0 NN9X

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SPLIT SKIRT. COUNTRY GOSSIPS TALKING. Sydney, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

- SPLIT SKIRT. - COUNTRY GOSSIPS TALKING. Sydney, 21st February. Lismore just now feels like. one whose morals have been plucked from the burn. ing, so to speak. A fow days ago a young woman arrived at the northern town from Sydney, and set the gossips agog by ap pearing in the streets wearing a split skirt of a flimsy description, which resealed a diamond garter. Lismore was aghast. One woman boarder at the hotel where the diamond-gartered visitor was staying complained to the proprietor, who subsequently informed the wearer of the split skirt that she would either have to wear more covering or move on. She chose the former course, and now wears a skirt which is the acme of discretion, while LismoTar breathes more freely.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

OBITUARY. The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary Au.i Hetherington took place Tuesday, leaving her late residenuce, 496 Naicer-street, WVhite Hills. for the White Hills Ccmctery, nianny old residents being present. Numerous floral tributes were received The coffin was borne to the grave in the Church of England portion by Mcesrs. W. H1 Heus ton, .T. Wilman, G. Collins and A. C, Suiih van. The deceased lady was the wife of the late Mr. Jo'hn IHetherington, formerly inspector of works on the Deniliquin rail. wav. The Rev. H. Plumtree held a ser vice at the house, and alto officiated at the grave. The funeral arrangements w.re in the halnl,] of Mr. Thomas Sayer, of lBridge-street. The last sad rites in connection with the death of the late Mr. William Martin Oates were carre:d out on Tuesday. Th, cortege, which was largely attended, left the residence of his brother, Mr. Janiws Oates, in RIobshaw-street, Ironbarkc, for the 13endigo Cemetery, where the remains were laid to rest in the Method...

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FREAK FASHIONS. BUSTLES AND TROUSERS. LONDON, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

FREAK FASHIONS. BUSTLES AND TROUSERS: LONDON, 21st February. In the spring of this year, it is said, many drastic changes in women's costume will take' place. It is prophesied that the bill of fashions will include laml::shade gowns, crinoline skirts, bustles, bunched gowns, manlike trousers, tall coiffures, tiny early Victorian hate, and picturesque drapled hats.

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HOW TO PREVENT ACID STOMACHS AND FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

HOW T PT.iVBNTN ACID STOMACHS AND.= FOOD: ,'FERMENTATION. S '=. _1 :'STOMACH SPECIALIST) 'As :=q. siuecialist vwho has spent manay years' ii'?the s~dy a-nid treatment of stomach .ron:" biles Ih ave heei' foýced :to the concl ision ..' that most p)eoplc , rho :complain of stomach ±trouble'1 -ossess ':stomachs that are abso lutely .iealthy ::l nt.20mal. The real troa ] ',le: t'hat ra?hichi- causes all the pain and dif. iculty, i 'iacid iin :the -stomach, usually dud to,':. or aggraavated?., byv food fermentation. Acid 'irritates ::the. delcate .lining of the toniaili: aiidi food fermentation causes wind, whichi' distends: :-the stomach .abnormally, rausins . that ..ft.l ;1 "bloated feeling: Thus both acids and _'fermentation interfere with and ::iretaid ItEe piprocess of digestion. The stoniclih is' usually healthy and rcrmal, but ir;ritated =alniost past endurance by these foreian: elnments--acid and wind. In all such -cases-and they comprise over 90 per cent. of all-' stomach diffic...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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TWO WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

7WO WOMEN. From Mirs. M. Darcy, 163 St. Leonaid's Epad, Ascot Vale Victoria. "Some years ago I tbegan to suffer from various liver and kidney troubles, arising no doubt, from a severe cold I contracted a-bout that time and which nearly pros. tiated me. From thence on I experienced acute pain in the back and sides, and under the shoulder blad-es. The slightest pres. Eure on the liver would cause me intense L;uan. 1 suffered like this for a long while tvitl'out any prospect of relief, I having tried so many remedies without avail. As a last resource I decided .o try a course o Warrner's Safe Cure, which had been highly recommended to me by friends who had derived great benefit from taking the medicine. After taking a few bottles of Warfier's Safe Cure my health improved rapidly, and I was soon effectually cured and free from all the pain and discomfort winch has assailed me for so many years." From Mrs. fEva Sharrer, 24 Hanover street, Windsor, Vic.: "Some years ago I was taken with v...

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A PRETTY COIFFURE. A BECOMING STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

Hirdtiraers iii 1'ari ind also at ll lhb ionrtr sjik ar and 7wateriing placis axe showino ,soCme' rally pretty n~ew coiffurc' ljusl; i'w One of, the prettiest; and newcsft ot thei tcsel:?~ thoiairit riied back fromn the icet, i'ausc~ d of :einii parted in front. lnu ' iie; cifftinu tr:iT hai is first waved; a Itt.lei.:ill 6over thI head. It is the~n tur:ecd soltly,biack froi. .the face and allowed to fnll .icobscliv t-t the sides so that it coin :,lctcly conceals tho cars... Some tlit . di', 4'aace :from ".'ivc front - . band" 6f: :waved., hiir:;is broutioht rilht acros, the head froti iO sic to the .other, .the en-o lcirng finished iiudeoi ilat. th.t waves of hair at ,!ir `iids of the h'lic'adk: d secured hyý little ds " -, o loitn hair ...which is also waved, iý fodedlcdi oiiid: the -back of the head ip then irecticst: faduhioni possible, so " th t the f. g~rnafidiiloour oth:i:e head shows qftge ;ivarhly. .).".j:: ; :....... r -

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BURNLEY EGG-LAYING COMPETITION [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

BURNLEY EGG-LAYING COMPETITIONl Thýo resultsi of thie leading lE.ns in 1 the third egg-laying? competition conducted at the Bluruley School of H-orticultuire, for the wek etdicd Friday, 13th February, 19'14, were as follo6s;- To Owner. Breed. W'cek. Date. J. If, Gill .. ... V.L. 32 , 1415 C J. 'ea ttv .. I... .. -W.L. 30 1317 MioitiZ 13rc', ..... .. :.. W.;. 34 3'314 E. 'id'o .. .. ... W. 31 133f J S. S1otsvcodl ... ... W.L. 24 12b2 Thirkell and Smith ... iW.L. 24 127 W Gt Swift ... ..... .L. 31 12~t4 HI. I'Kenzi ... ... ... W:. '29 1273 'r. A Petti rove ... .. L. 29 '1260 C. 'B. Bertlesmier ... W.L. 35 j.251 lEggs Daily.- -th Februa:ry, 23,3; Sth, 221; 9th, 233: 10th, 226; 11th, 245; 12th, 2.18: -13th, 210. Total, 1595.

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BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION ANOTHER GOOD RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

BENDIGO EGG-LAYING COMPETITION ANOTHER GOOD R?LETUR. a The -intense heat during the past wieek liad no appreciable effect on the lens com .peting in the egg-laying test of the Ben digo Poultry Society, for the return for the week ended on Thursday last was 1201 '-ggs, Which is quite up to the average of the past couple of months, and only eight Pjgs below the preceding week's total. The birds .are all well, but a few are moulting. The abundance of grecunfeed and the open leugth of the . houses relieves the birds fionm much discomfort despite the halat wave. Nine liens were broody during the ioero.. The highest hcore for the week wa: ,37 eggs, by Mr. A. W. Hall's White Leg hlornus, These birds are of a rather heavy " tyli for -Leghbrns, being not unlike game oxwls, and they are feeling the. heal, great. ly. The high returns from them* during the last few months demonstrate their fine laying capabilities, and they arc rapidly ove-rhauling. Mr. J. S. Suotswood's pen, vwhich occupics se...

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ORCHARD. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

The long.continued dry weather will no. cessitate attention being paid to tihe water inf of fruit trees. ':Citrus trees, such a'; oranges and lemons, inT particular,: , will requlire lo6kiffn after, otherwise they may succumbb to theldry' weather. Both oranges and: lemons suffer more from drought than deciduous 'fruit 'trees, . thour h " the latter will reauire. to, be watered occasionally.4 'Thlis i more likely to be thec case where '·ater ~or irrigation is not' available. Where' water Is not too plcentiful a good way to app:ly it is to iuake tlhree or foulr fairly deei? liolca :round the stem of the tree and' about 3ft. away:from it, and fill these with water. The holes should be mad. with a crowbar -or if one is not '-available, a ,stout. picceo of hardwood about 4ft. long and three inches thick, and pointed at the ;cnd; could be driven for-a foot: or eighteenL inches into. the ground, and worked round. This' would leave a nice hole, which -could be repeatedly filled, and if seve...

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KITCHEN GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

'KITCHEN GARDEN. February is. an important month fo work in the vegetable garden. Any diseased or spent crops, that are being cleared away-; must not be carted- to the rubbish he:ap, but as soon as they. are' dry; eneugh should: be burned. .Where it is safe iand,practicableo dry litter should be thrown over any. un fected area a 'a·u. given a singeing, after: which the- plot can be.- anurred, :re-dug and again- planted. :W-henM . preparing seed beds see that the situation is w~ell chosen.. 'Never have themn under' the shade of over hanging trees, . otheriise the' .lan ts Iwill be drawn up and: worthless..'; The soil in seed: beds should be 'finely broken up, wiit? plenty of humus and a little sand.: After;: seeds are sown: the surface: should be i mulched up .with:: very old , stable manure, broken up as finely as possible, and spread evenly and thinly oover the whole bed.? This method has a double value,, for the mauure checks evaporatioi' from *the soil, and at the same time promo...

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IRRIGATION AREAS. STATEMENT BY MR CATTANACH. Melbourne, 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

!iRiIGATION AREAS. SSTATEM ENT B Y MTi. ICATTyANACH. Melbourne, ].9th Pebruary. 'Mr. Cattanaeh acting chairnian of the J ater Commission, who accompanied Farl: Grey on his, tour. .of inspection through :the iarrigation districts, said this, after noon that although it wasaa,frying time ot th· year, there was no doubt it was the most suitable period to notice the effects oLf irrigation'. Anyone travelling through the dry ,portions betieesn i~chuca and Roches. tor, and then made 'a detour through Bamawm, could not. but see the difference between the drier exteribr' and the bright giCen interior, as preseinted at the latter settlrtent. Lucerne wa e:. ,:ponding mar- " •vellously'to the heat and water at Bamawm, arid the finest crops yet grown were be ing .pr6duced at this settlement. 'The same could be said of 'Tongala and Shepparton. Even the fruitgrowers in the big fruit growingf. centres, such as Ardmona,' ad iittecl that ,their returns had been satis fact6ry. The dry weather, while ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

CAMPBELL, CONNELLY & CO Propy. Ltd. (late Connelly and Co.) IRONMONGERS, PLUMBERS, AND TINSMITHS, BENDIGO. MANUFACTURERS of CREAM CANS, MILK CANS, DAIR . UTENSILS, GAL. IRON TANKS, SPOUTING, CATTLE AND SHEEP TROUGHS; And All Kinds of tSHEET METAL GOODS. OUR MANUFACT??RES MAY BE PI0o. CURED FROM.Qi LL STCREKEEPERS IN THE -iRTHERN DISTRICT. TIMBER and IRON MERCHANTS, BENDI O. SPECIALTIES:-. 'WALL PAPERS, CEILINGS and FRIEZES, !u Great Variety, from 4d per roll up to : the :most Artistio Designs. MANTEIJIECES, OVERMANTELS, TILED - HEARTRS, INTERIORS, GRATES and KERBS. AUSTRALIAN and SCOTCH STOVES. :ENAMELLED BATHS and SINKS, Also BATH IIEA'TERS. BVERYTHING RIGHT UP TO DATB. At MODERATE PRICKES. AUENTS for WUNDERLICH'S STEEL CEILINGS, Eto. Correspondence Invited, (ITelephone 48.)

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FARM & GARDEN. GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

GENERAL. During the past week'a prolonged heat wave with high temperatures, ranging from 100 deg. to 108 deg., has been experienced. which brings a reminder of the summer that used to be experienced in Australia. It is some six or seven. years ago since we had such a lengthy spell of hot weather, and that year followed upon a series t: comparatively cool summners. The heat, haze and smoke from innumerable bush fires further s;outh have tended to increase the unpleasantness of the heat.. As there, is plenty of dry feed and stock are not. wanting water, they will be doing as well as can be expected under somewhat ad verse conditions. The prolonged dry spell appears to extend over Vittoria and thu western part of New South Wales, the southern areas of South Australia and Tas mania. Queensland, especially in the far' north, has been visited by heavy rains, up to nearly nine inches being recorded in some places. The prescent dry, hot wea. ther, thougvh somewhat trying, is season -ble, an...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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INSPECTION OF IRRIGATION AREAS. "A GRAND COUNTRY." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

INSPECTION OF IRRIGA'iION AREAS. . BY EA.'lRL GREY. "A GRANID COUNTRY." (By Our Repoqrter.) Earl Grey, accompanied. by Mr. Hutchin soh (Mintister for Water. Sulpply), Mr. W. .C:ttanach (of the State .'ivers and Water Supply Conmiission), 'anid Mr. F. Clarke. M.L.C., Wednesday concluded a three days' 'tour through; thqe: irrigation. areas in 'the Goulburn Valley and the northern- district. The party left Melbourne in the State car ori Monday, and. spent Monday night at Murchison. -The . Goulburn weir . and Waranga basin were visited on Tuesday, iud '.after a longo day's travel byv motor car Shepparton was reached at 'about, 8 p.m. Wednesda.y another early start was mnade. and .the pat.y .travelled throughl the Moooroopua Ardmona, Kyabram, Tongala, Rothester and Echuca-districts. The time table arranged for the tour was strictly adlhered to in sitte of 0the iheat, ;and: no part ot the, trip. was curtailed. Earl Grey manifested ?: Ieen .interest in the'irriga •tion areas, and waseager ...

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FLOWER GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

. FLOWER GARDEN. .February is a good mbnth to start layering' carinatios. '-:Old plants should ."be forked' r u'id aid id 'good shovelfull of sand ,put rouind ceacl? Take a good, strong shoot .comiii irom .near the base: o; the plant, strip .off.:the `leaves nearest the stem, and ivith a sliarp kniife cut the layer half-way through, ..'.turning the .knife and contin ing the cut tlrough the. layer away from the parelnt -for. about an inch and a. half. Then piin ..the whole of the cut part of the layer i riily iiinto the soil, leaving the t.ongriue .or cut open. .Forked twigs or plumber's cup hooks are excellent for this purpose. '. Cover with fine sandy soil, place a flat stone or piece of tile over -the cut layer, .keep fairly damp, 'and in about a month the roots should be sufficiently deve lo ed td make it saf.a to cut: away from the paront 1)alint and remove the. rooted layer: CQuttings are better taken in the. la~te ..aitumn, April and May: generally be i?g choscn .for this work...

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DAIRYING NOTES. POOR CREAM, POOR BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

DAIR"YING NOTES. . POOR CREAM, POOR BUTTER. Investigations which', have been 'madeo `by the United States Department of,. Agricul-: tudo show that only a small -percentage of tlh butter sold at the principal butter itiar. * kets can be graded as :extra. , The' report has much that 'it instructive, to - the Aus tralian dairying industry, as the. fict. de= diced from the inquiry indicate conditionu which are .muchL similar to those in -Aus. tralia; and 'the. lesson to be. drawn .from the, i that, ie we are no. t e.l. ,e shall follow rapidly in the footsteps of those in America. We are tQld that much of the cream is sour and tainted when de livered at the creameries, and that only poor grades of butter can be made from FuCh cream.- In many creameries there has been no incentive for the farmer to deliver the good cream at the price 'he receives, as the price paid for some stale cream -is the .same as for sweet cream This it is pointed out, is due to competition, which .has. diiven cream...

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NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

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B. U. C. C. NORTHERN V. SOUTHERN. B. U. C. C. NORTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914

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