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Y.M.C.A. V ST. KILIAN'S. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SCST.' KILIAN'S.I First Inninigs. ' .iv ore ... ., . .. ... ... ... . 16 S i? i , ,, h , (Ellioi ... .. 61 r. : Fostcr, 'lb iw b sElliot ... 2. S.." ic h ,,.- . E lli-. . .. , , ... . .... a.l : " J. CI uilflicld, I 'I . 2y l .' 1cr (.: 1?elleyww, i·.i t T`Jcr ensen li.. SGln s,. .i . . .n I l?iottl . ... . . ... . 24 hi Coa c Joirgeiiseij l11 Eliott " rl Stephens, i Ellio tt J.G R:: Butters, c Macsoy, b G 0leý 0 C. Davidson not oumt .0 S. , indries .. ... ..: ..i .. . .. 7 ., ?atal ... ... .. ... '... 162 .Borljing.--Elliott, six.. wickets. for 49 ru'iis H-y;. Glen, three £or '39; Moore, one .fo. 23; Williams, .none ?for '44. YM.C.A. First Innings. ' . Elliott? ; Foster, b CAul?old 0. IThigh]'Glen, not onut ... .. ....... 19 T." .Hayhow, not out ... .... .:. 6, No-ball ... ... ..... ......;- 1 One iviclCet for ... ... .. ... 26 ; owling.-(!aulfild,. one for 17; Fosteir, ,lttnie for 6: IPutters, nou' l ot 2. Foster i,)wclcd one no-ball.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS' COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SG NDAY SCHOOLS' CaOMlqPLT1TION-T 'fiho miatch b1aiwoeu. St: IManttho''s' and Specimen ull was. concludcd at- Specimen hKill on \Vednesdiaed and the latter won bIy. 25 runs on the frst innings. Scores:- bt aitltl·ewrs-J!'irst iuuin s, 89. See ud Innings-Kernick, lbw, b A. Hocking, 3; Eisfelder, run out, 1; lunt, c sub., b A. Hocking, 18; Rooney, b D. Hocking, 21; Brown, b D. Hocking. 3; Fletcher, c -sub., b D., I-ocking, 8; Waterson, not out, 4; F. Selisky, b D. Hocking, 1; sundries, 3; total for seven wickets, :62. Bowling-S. Hanimill, ncne for 15; A. locking, two for 15; D. Hocking, four for 15; J. Hlocking. none for 14. Specinmen Bill.-First Innings -Slcemnn, b . Hunt, 11,; ,' Tlhirlw'll. b Jti'own , 0; L. H-Iniinilli,:. sub., b .:ater son, -28; S. 11iammnill,: b :: VatCrEon, '23; Gieorge b .1l-t unt, 3; Knipe, c iand b i'ooncy, 21; ,A. hiocking, b Fletcher, 12; P. Iiocling. not ot, 3;; J. ockinig, I:cuncy, b ,freise, 11 Nankervis, lbw b Trezisc, 0 ; Westaway, absent, .0; sundry....
FINE SCORE BY MACARTNEY. Sydney, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
*" : FINE: SCORE BY IYVMACARTEY S: sydney, 21st ::Iebruari'y.. Playing foir Central Cuniberlanid :to day hiacartney scored 106. rins.: On Saturday a ,matich v'as -il ye. his twieen the B.I :C:. and: Miniip Miran'a?ers. The'Bi U. C. C.- scored ,117 .:for; fou:i wickt-s, and Minin: ,.Manhagers i 120 foi r.eight ?,::wic:i ket. -For B.U.C.C. EL Mackay 7:.(retired), - .. HIytt. 32 (retircd);; J Cook 23'; (retired tand F. T Lethle !,in 1' weie the chlief e cor?rs, :imd i for the Manigers, Thompsoni: l 41 '(re tired), WV. Bell 29 :(retired); Rogeirs 15 (not out) aiud Yoilden 12: For,tlie .iManagers, Yioulden (.'one )for '12), :and fodrithe* B.U iCC. . lIy: Glen ::(one for ;10) ,i. B eiivorn (oiie foil.. 13), M::IDougall .'.(one for i16), and Il T::i?h lean :(tivo for 34) did tlie bowling. .: nmatch was .played iii u:heul?;.ppcr -Re :'servo . on Saturday. betveein :-the ::Bendign School ITeachers and:- the Post "and Tele graphli: employes; the game: ending. i a dral. B3y arrangeiment ,the ....
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
B OWLS; A :?iell-aitended: neetinii;: of:: thiose- in tc.resttel ii theo fornuitioii of :abiowhn club at. G:olde? lsqt'ii.e 'a eid on? Tiie'sda i ~t the A orkini Meii's Chl: i : Vr.. RIberts: presided. 'Ti c?': hairinn sr'id :lie 'belidVed they would receiv\ e :iiniiicial aid. .otlice support froiu the B3eidigo nh-dSii'So~ J]eudig~ o clubs, as if i club w; ire forivmea at G6lden-square" it :would .eniabl; tlie : clibs to, play conmpetition games; r i ithout going oiutside, the district. - The:-remarks of the clairman' were corially sutippioted by Messrs. R. Jones, I. T. i:icholls :'T.." Isecll, Warne and bthers .Mr T G. Issell then mioved that 'a clib, tb. be. called "Thoe Golden-square Lowling i:Cluri be forined. ,Mr. H. Seeber seconded the mno tion,; which was .: carried, uiamninously. Mr. -I. SeebeI.r was elected .secretary: pro; tent:i A sub-ccminiittcc, consistin,,. of :the chiiainian and secretary, the M:iyor (Cr. 'Andrew), . and Meossrs. I. Jones, E: P. H. Hill; J. Eddie and ...
METHODIST CONFERENCE. FIRST READING OF STATIONS. Melbourne, 20th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
METHODIST CONFERENCE. FIRST REA])ING OF STATIONS. Melbourne, 20th February. The first -eading of stations of the Methodist Conference took place to-night. The probable changes are:- Revs. J. Smith, for "North Melbourne; R. Kcily,. Clifton !1ill: J. M'Ilroy. North. cote; A. Robertson. M.A., Brunswick; 11. Clarke. Union-street, Riclhmond; O. Dow. siug, Fcotscray; 1). Truemcin. Yarraville; L. Bennett, M.A., Ivanhoe; E. ''. Lloyd, Werribee; F. C. Ivory, Alexandra; IR. 1_ Green, Sunbury; "C. Collins, South Mel. bourne; J. Stafford, Elster:nwick; J. IR. Harcourt, B.A., Kew; T. C. lRcntoul, Haw. thorn; .A. B. Ballarl , Middle Park; fI. W\uorrall, Mt. Erica, Prahran ; D. Dally, Punt-road, Prahran; A. P. Bladden, Mal. vern; J. H1. Hadle , Sandrib;gham; W. S. Lancaster, Dalyston; E. J. Iloban, Yarra stre-t, Geelong; N. R. WeVcbster, Belmon;:, Geelong; J. M']3ride, Chilwell; I. S Heath, Newtown E. E. . Neilson, Becac; A. Madsen, Lydiard-street, Ballan.rat; It B. Roberts, Sebastopol: G. A. Judk...
SOCIAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SOCIAL NOTES. Y.W.C.A.--The pretty garden at the resi dence of Mrs. J. Hall, "Wyuna," Forest street, presented a gay appearance *Wednes day, when Mrs. WV. J. :Miller (,pres.) and her committee gave an "at home." Despite the heat, there was a fair attendance. Mrs Crookston spoke of the work of the associa tion, and referred to the willingness of the members to assist the association whenever necessary. Mrs. Simmons nad charge of association literature, and a fine display of faucy work was made by tl:e members of the Cosy C T~l ri'The work was much. adnmired ýý 1 taken. MIss P. II . solos' in a pleasi hi er, and' can Mackay accom rn t~hia,1 Mrs. Brrym and t rs VN' vere present in the rnttoon. At tl ht he seclude ] garden 'a a 1 n ideal spot for an outdo it. the grounds boeng well 'ighte: 1"?5?' nmm,)s provided by Mr. D. Campbell. A imusical programnm was arranged by Mrs. ".dward Gordon, who acted as accomp:anist, and solos wero rendered by Misses F. uff. . J. Pearson an;l E. Ennor._. ...
STRANGE WILL OF A MILLIONAIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
STRANGE WILL OF A MILLIONAIRE. Ts a man old enough at 40 t- manage a ureat fortune? The auestion is raised by the will of Lieut.-colonel James Ross, of Montreal, one of the conitractors for the Canadian Pacific Railway, who left estate in Canada said to exceed £;3,00;,000 in value and .£.13,438 in tho United Kingdom. He left £200,000 on trust 'for his son John an:l his wife and issue, .£10,000 to his son absolutely, and .£10,000 to his daughter in-law absolut~ly, and he left the residuei of his property after numerous large family and c1!aritahle bequests "upon trust, if "his son be under *e'c ate of 40 years, to pay to him until he shall attain that age an annuity of £12,500, and oen his attaining that awe then upon trust for his said son absolutely."
SPORTING. CRICKET. BENDIGO DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SPORTING. , CRICKET. 1 JEýDIGO IDiSTRICT ASSOCIATION. The ..increased 'attendance of the public at the Upper Reseiveo Wednesday to wlrCness the irame .Letwcen 'T.M.C.A. and St. Kiiiain's In" the second' round of the B.D.C.A. corn • petiticn, demonstrated; the. growing i2n tercst !ocally :n the contests, and inc. dentally in the fieic old pastime. Y.MLC A. arid St. Ilian's aire the two- leading temam i in, tihe ,ompletiticn, and tlfe keenest rivally exists between them. The Young MIc? Src:at present rlading thi Saints oy "J ,.points fb` premiership .honors. and th.ll "tt?,? r, reccgniisilg., tat . a defcet woal S probably :mean the exctnction of tlcit .,chance of gaining the !coveted' title- jof district' chri?.pions, lnetcd a strong eleven, .ard.; ivhcen their captamn:wonl the tcss .tih -:. tsmnei. :weut to the wickets deternmiicd to : iake t'he :best -i.Ce of .thie. splendid wicket .. rovidcd :by ,Cnrator Frenicmig. There wa. ioni' .titl- of :sediidnr the oung Men .itn . . o-bt fir...
A SAVING HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
A SAVING( HINT Siave all pieces of string that come_ .iouiud Da?cels.:of all i:inds,, knot ,: heii:: togecther a. ind wind int; hball Get a palir_ of No. D:: steel. needlesii , cast on. 40" stit'ches,, and knit -. i; ilain i'iioce 12 oi .15: inches sgquare Tlisesd.. milke excelle?"i dishicloths; and any:.-'iiots stickini:' ahbouti help.to :.remove the :burnt inailks on puaddiing dishes, etc.
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. TO CLEAN INSIDE A SILVER TEAPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. TO CLE?N INSIDE A SILVER TEAPOT. The following is an excellent way to clean, thA .inside of. a silver teapot, which gene rally gets so tarnished. Put a large piece of washing soda into the teapot to be clean-. ed.. and. fill, with boiling water. Then boil it for one hour over a spirit lamp, when .it will become as .I;right inside as, out. This, does not injure the silver in any way. -.This'; was told .me by a jeweller. wa.s well tested; and fouild very satisfactory.
SOME TEMPTING SWEETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SOME TLEM'PTING SWEI'ETS. The following recipes are all within the canacity of any girl to make fromr. A ..few Ihints may be of srvice before starting tos work. Never use a saucepan that has pre ciouslyv "caught," as there is nothing like, sugar for "catchiing" up again quickly. ;,.P:hs hint particularly applies to toffee. makers :. An -enamel saucepan is pretty safe to ruse The Lest way to test toffee is to drona i'; little, of thz mixture into a cup of cold: water: ',When it crisps up in this it is done A little cream of tartar will preventl .th' mixture from going "sugary." Fonidant, is:thle foundation of most of the home-madei sweets.: It is used as fillings for hdates and nrirruies.; also"i for peppermint creams, :nougt??, and a. host ,f varieties. The ;two follo ino~eiirecipie sae taken:. from :'v?erylady's : Cookl Book' - :Foidant' ..-for: Chocolate . Creams, Etc- White of one ;Cgg, one ;tablespoonfulx' of wateir one pound of the best icing .sugar. :,;Sifts `or.0ioll:t'?:e su...
TO KEEP GRAPES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TO KEEP GIPr-E. Grapes inay. be kept for months; Select perfectf bunches, and see thathe fruit is solid on the bunch. Remove all little spiders .and their webs, but do not wash the fruit. ·Wrap each bunch carefully in dark blue tissue paper, twisting the ends tightly to" exclude the air, then pack the grapes a-way in a closely-covered box, and keep :the box- in a cool, dark, dry place.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART. Of the Headquarters Staff of "THE LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH." 46 Elizabeth street Melbourne. will Visit Bendigo on the first and' second ,Thursday of eacn: month, and may be Consulted at the City Family Hotel: from 10.30 a.m. till 6 n.m. Every woman who is the vikti- of ill health, or who is threatened wit: . critical operation, and every wife who '-:is been dis appointed in her desire to fill the noble mis Sion of motherhood, should seek the skilfuil advice of Mrs. Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Bendigo authorised to supply Dy. D. M. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily Home Trcatmrent. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d for nostage to Dept. 9, Ladies' College. of Health, 46 Elizabeth street Melbourne, for a free copy of "Woman's Guide. to Health," a book which every woman should possess. ITCHING BURNING RISH ON ARMS Kept Awake at Night. Little Cuti cura Ointment Cured, Not Slight est Return of Eczema Since. "Ba...
SOME TIMELY WRINKLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
SOME TIMELY,- WRINXL ELS - Pick apples on bright, cool:;days ?nl~' i i Cou wanzt them to ]Ceep wel.: Jar covers screwed on tightly ?may _°be rcmovcd by taking hold of them? .with? a piece of sandpaper. Watercress should be icoked over care fully. as sometinles little black insects.art found attached. Serve it divided in small sprays;- the rejected stems may be added to soulp. Put apple and potato parings and other vegetable waste on a spread-out newspaper. and then drop the whole into the pig-pen. the pigs ivill eat the parings and tramp th(- paper into the manure.
CLEANSING FRUIT JARS BEFORE USE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
CLEANSING rRuITr JARS BEFORE - No' mater hcvw clean fruit f jars -were, " Washedd before putting them away, they' .s:ould ?eaach be sterilised by scalding, tops a1?id all j;?ust; before using. Be sure each :top will ?screwtiglit when a new rubber. is fitted' on;:If the top doesn't fit perfectly, usey thejar. for, keeping groceries or pickles in as ?.ich thl,'; rgs do not usually need to be: airtilght:
HOME-MADE STAIR PADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
:I? is not necessary to. buy :stair pads. The ;]homeii made article is anz ;excellent s?bli statute Carefiully incasure the eaipet, theiuiic t brovn : i?per to vithin ihalff -an inch of thle measurement 1jiist takeii. i oublei t?his thichk br4wn jpa-pcer, anid r.d bet??en .it ',orilina'y newspapers: .Whei-: Ssufficiientiiy thick to certainly deaden foot falls. cover the. whole with lihessian. Plade onu, sitcl:s-tstair- pad on. eachl stair. "Thiclk. browan:paper;" over. which. ordinary hessihnw is laid; will 1iprove ":serviceable. if laid on floors :b-efor - the carpets ,are spread.
A USE FOR SANDPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
A USE FOR SANDPAPER. A.:box: filled with sinall squares of sand paper ris& one of the greatest labor'savers. When eggs stick to cups. macaroni to the baking dish; whew vegetables , or meat -burn, on the kettle; when ilour and water dries to the table, or even nlhen the coffee ft t-becomes discolored, instead of. scrap ji-i soaking, biushing or boiling, use a square .of sandpaper, coarse or fine, as the cas se ma'y require; :ianc in '.a few " moments x:.ynd:x persistentn i.atter:i. is successfully re nimi ed 'i ith a great s?ini; of timeo :anid labor
UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF GOLD. YOUNG MINER CONVICTED. SIX MONTHS IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
UNLAWFUL. POSSESSION OF GOLD. YOUNG MINER CONVICTED. %iL MO TilS IMYRISONTAlt"r. Robert Charles Sayer, a young married man was charged in the Bendi go City Police Court on Thurs day. before Messrs. E. N. Moore, P.M., T. Somerville and J. T. Dowd, Js.P., with having in his possession gold without be ing able to satisfy the police that he had come lawfully by it. Inspector Dwyer pro secuted, and Mr. F. Conen appeared for accused: Constable Daily depospJd 1hiat in Clit Nourke of his inquiries into a case o housebreaking he visited the London Hotel, Milroy-strret, a:bout 11 p.m. on 11th inst. The accused and another man were in the bar. Witness called the men ii;to the par lor Accused tried to leave the room, but Constabe Kettle brought him back. }Ic then put a quantity of gold-bearing quartz on. the table. Witness asked accused where he obtained t!:e sp.cimnens. Accused re. plied: "They are there; I dot tli-irh." Coil stable iKet,ll told debused thdt he jvolltd have to sadtisfy hin tha...