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HUNGARIAN PATRIOT'S SON MARRIES A COUNTESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
IUNGARIAN P ATRIOT'S SOLNT M:IARRIES A COUNI'rESS. Francis 'Kossuth, , .on of the. grieast IIum'ln,%_ .: kariaiin patriot, '-Louis h[ossuth; , was niarried'_; :. lon the, 12th Tarinuary on . bed of sicknessU:8-::..: to Countess 3Benyovsk-y at Bud?aust. " Count .Benyovsky, who 1· as his ,ifelong . friend; died labt year. A few :n-ont?s latici TKossuth- becaine engaged to t`ie countess,' but he v.aas taken seriously ill; nd1 tlI:c tied-i uii'~ was .lpostponre until ius recovery Recint!ly TKossi:h i l a r Clap, anid h: ,. :;sked that t'he :marria?e sonuld take place.:?`-' :. disiensation. was obtained, and hie :ii,:. and reliiouis cereiiioniea both took =p1 ce on tl e 12thh i.Jaauarjy. Francis .oSsuliýh is eckenty-tbree years of age, and his bride is in ]ier:: s!xtietih yetir.; Jeremiah ' Sch!cst:cnbzr, of l: idwav? Peinnaylinaia, a bald ,Ian, applid fior ,..:: divorce. lecause hi-s wife' insulted him .by sendinir" him v brush aid comb as.: :T5 : '~nr's gift;
TO CLEAN SUEDE SHOES OR BOOT TOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TO CLEAN SUEDE SHOES OR BOOT' TOPS. First stuff ,iho6s with, soft paper. :Gett a: saucerful of.. spirits: of=' turpentine,' app-ly 'with a / saturated. clean ragh, audt rub` until. the rae' becomes: quite black, then either'" get? -ieces or turn cloth to a clean side luntil'. shoes lool Icl2en: Iang .'in a :good current: of air. which wi-; remove all -: tracces .; 0of smell.
TO BRIGHTEN A CARPET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TO BI3IGHIITN : CARPET.: Cut one ounce of yellow soap into 'small stouares and inake it: iiito a lather :.with a:. nint of 'boiling 'water.: ?kdd to it a' quart oif :water aiibd one oounce :of borax. 'Place theb mixture' over: afire, and brin?. to boil ing point. lhen remove, -and when it is auite cool dd one ounce of alcohol add nanmonia, . also ihalf ,an ouhnce of glycerine. Wine .over quite: a small portion of. the carnot at a iime; rub' vigorously with a clean flannel rdipped: in the mixtuire until all: spots are rnemoved and :the :dolor is re vived:. Turn,: the cloth as it gets airty. When finished" yoU will be delighted to finid how nice a once shabby carpet looks.
TO SAVE CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
TO StLVE 'CANDLES 'Candles will aist' doubl8e ?-the: usual timec'' if ?they ire treated -in the following :.way:- - Take eachi caindle by htlie wick, 'andi ive it a aood coating of~ white varnish: Put then caindles aiay for a day or two to let tliei haridenr The airnish preverits thie grease from running do 7n, and so prolongs the 1lo of the candle
A NOVEL IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
A1`; NOYLL IDEA. underisleeve, jiust long enough to catchi on the top ,of Soluri: thulmb, will .enable the wearer to put on lhis oi her overcoat or dress without .:difficulty. The tilumb can easily be sli~pped off the loo when the coat or ;dress is; on, and the loop can then be tuck- - .ied awvay -nder the indersleeve out of siglit.. This is, my own idea, and saves me a lot of tirouible:
FROSTED GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
M1E'ROSTED GLASS. Take'. a piecie of an old Madras curtatii, with ia iretty :close pattern, and dip it into: boiled :starchli. Squeeze it out slightly, and':, cress on :to tfhe glass of the .bath-roomn? panitry, anud scullery windows. Cut the edes neicatly, and press.. into the corners; It'. hai cluite the appearance -of frosted glas,;. and will: keep" clean for six months. It is easily" taken off and put on- clean againh
WHEN FOLDING TROUSERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
WIHEN PI OLDING TROTUSERS. To ha-ic the crease i unning, bah lcand front liin tahe ,ccad,:- centire', beginil thu.i : Catch the trouser. bottoms in. fro,' let ti? the ?side sern -advance about io in?h in: fionut??if hlie lcy seam, bringing the two".: ton froilnt buttonsi together.: This gives ;,the. Scorrect place t: fold aier: Laid carefilly. in: the .:old, thej 'ill bkeep their shape pio etily.
HINT FOR CURTAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
H lINT FOR (YTJRTAINS. Wash -ana starch 'cu1tains.. Takeea~ch scallop between finger ,and thumb, and stretch it. When dry fold in four and stretch them well. - Put one end between the rollers of the wringing machine. .Catch this end at :ack and bring it over front of ?orller- :,Put the end of curtain throughl the roller-'and ~:rll :round and round the roller. When? truned out they are beauti fully y; ressed; iand, need no ironing.
A PUDDING HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
- .A iUDDING HIINT. W:he?:( nalkin a plain suet pudding ol iroi-lv;- puto it in an ordinary straight 31ib iianir jar. Well grease the jar and cover :ith a saucer, and steam. The .uuddina w" found more satisfactory athn oth. FOL III D ' IAY. '-:|i P ,i i]cJ hhA' frequently be !4 tco a d an unsuitable iro f ,tt la?et. is covered with.: a n 3 . R hand will keep soft an ?"from the 'hot, sore&lt;:if:);' feelinu so frequently experienced.
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Caulfield, 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
V.A.T.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Caulficld, 21st February. Thh autumn meeting of the Victoria Ama Stecur Turf Club was brought to a close at C.aufield to-day. The weather was beau-, tifully fine, although still a trifle warm. The attendance was large, amongst those present being the Lieutenant-Governor (Sir John Madden) and Lady Madilen. There w. ere three withdrawals for - the Caulfield Futurity Stakes, thus leaving- 16 to face the starter. At the opening of file bet tin» Audacity and. Jolly ·Bcggar.: were .in. most demand. The top jveighlit :eased a ':oint at the close. ,Royil Ladle, ..Cider and Defence were pnet in ppular fancy. Brattle, the winnerl? .was :quoted at -emu. ,nerative odds chr?y itl the .betting,. bititiiihe was well supported towairds. the fiish; She was quickly into lier .stride; aid, led throtiglout. 'Cider challenel 'IBratttle6 at~ the' halNf-distaiiice;: biut failed to reachi her b- a iieck :.vitli Rcoyal Laddic; an.ila'it lilca . a length ? nt.. id ia qa.artero; .thir...
THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
THE TIRF. (By "CALLA.") ,Tames Redfern, the successful country iockev and trainer, established a record on Wednesday. lie arrived at Kilmore late. in the afternoon from r.venel, and a few hours later went five miles to a bush fire, and hehled to bea; it out. 11 returned in the early hours of the morniag, tired out. At 10 a.m. he attended St. Patrick's Church and gave away a bride. An hour later he was on his .way to the Moonee Valley races, where he donned the jockey's costume. "-Red fern rode MIr. '. Kennedy's mare Duel- to. victory in the Welter Purse. Two., hours later he was back in Kilmoro with his friends. The annual meeting of :the .leran .Turf. Club takes place on Satuiiday, 21st March. An excellent programinm hai s been framned, which appears this morning.: 'Nominiations for all handicp ovevits close oni Saturday, S7th March,. at 2 p.m., itli i Mr. J. Coleminan secretary. On St. Patrie.c's Day a: race- meetin;, i: cluding, sports and . otihe events, wiil: hbo held on th2 Ma...
THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
THIS FO1RMUL\ FALLY MAKES _AIR GROW. . . Some tiime ago 1read in a paper a formula for a preparation .which. a claimned` to destrioy thei da'indruff goerm and to strongly stimulfate . the thaire r giowti.; In: spite: of the fact that I had already tried many pre ?iarations wi?icthO benefit, anid my hair was thitn andh fallin out very fast, I decided .co dive thb: formula .. a trial. Accordingly 1::. uot mlv cheoinist to put nuo 3 ounces of Bay Sui.i; ? ounice a of I. av de Composee, and - dramn of Mcnithol Crystals, a r apphlied. it Srenllarly c'v. y inmo rning .an'd night, rub. bin carefully. into theiscalpl .with the finger tius. Muflich 'no my delight and astonish.? meint the intolerable:, itching . ceased with: the first apip;liction, fthe~dandruff disap.: neared; t?fIefallinig tos of .the ,hair stopped completely, :ind blyp ti .t;ii.e1, had used four hotlfles ::I hiad a :finer, longer, and more . luxuriantý growvtlh of hair, than I ever hacil:':; Ibefre. I have since recommende...
ECHUCA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
?-ECHUCA .--AC..S ..",.: : :Thi . ummer-: imiein. of d the Echyuca ic' : inf:0 Cliib iwas, held':Wedjnesday, and .iad: Ia??. i'ge attendance. .Special .trains ,were S:run ,frknm iBendigo, Shepparton ,iand lDenili quin. Thie gate receipts:amounted to' £90: '11/6, :which. is : :abfut :£0 less lhan tli hat taken at :theliprevjous'auiiual'inectiihg'; h;e :weather :conaitions :were i unpleasant,. bui,. 'despiit?:- ths fact tihe sportinig.' e,'ents ?":weir'e v:well: i pireciated, an.d ltho .exciteient of tli.":: conitests madie all forget the7 higlih :tmpermi triii. A?pipended are" theiresults: . :I Trial Stakes,. five .furlonigsIrhlurst8,' :8 (F' Duncan), 1; .Stell? Gay,; 8.2 :(G. Ak, Lane), 2 ;,*Admiral Dtawn. 8.4 .(Aberlinel),: 3, Otiher starters i-' -Lecturstte, 7.10: (J. :Dun-' lea): Miss £?lailing, '7.7 (C Boyd); BOV Stuart, Betting: Evens I-RHJURST," 2 : to6'l:? Stella Gay. Won by :half a ljiingth:.Ad miral Dawn being a similar: distance viay Time-1 iin. 3 sec -Hurdle Race, two mil...
MARONG RACING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
S MAfONG RACINc G OL3 I. U A: At' a committee meetieig of thel Marong Raciing- Club hh'll o~ Tucsday, Mr. J. I. .O'Ialloran of E.aglehawlk, was appoin;ted 'starter. 'Thiere. were 10 applications for tAl 'positioni. 'The .club is holdinmg the incx'. i.meeting on" Wednesday, 1st April, andi at progrannme of U9. sovs..- has becn'idrawn :iq, .the princippal race being the Marong 'lanidicap, of .30 sovs. the, Trot 20, sovs., ihliile ahe Eaglehawk and Flying Haindicaps :?ill be .worth 15 sovs. each. A special ::train .ywill be run from Melbourne on- the 'oi:ornina of the-b races, and as there is-, no i-:etrpolitan racing on' that' ddte ,a record 'iicting. shlouild be .the, relt. The Lfull.: programmie i;ill be xpiublished' later..
THE BENDIGO TROT. REFERRED BACK TO STEWARDS. Melbourne, 18th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
.. . TH BENDIGO TEOT. IEFERBEDJY.BA.CM :TO STEWARDS., -. ,- el]bourne 18th February. -A meeting.of :the appea board of the Vic torian Trotting Association was held this... Sveuip to consider theo appeal of J. A. Jackson, owner of the second horse,Marvin's :Heir, against the dccision of the stewards, of the Bondigo Sanatorium race mceting in dismissing his nrotest r.gainst T. Skehill's Blue Eves in the Distance Handicap Trot, run on 4th Febriai'y? for crossing. It was decided to, refer the matter back: to the atewards at Bcndcgo, as it was tliouaht that they dismissed the. case .before Jackson had time to call' all his evidence.
SEA LAKE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
QSFl LAlT' RL OLC)I'., h. l:Sea ,Lke ,races t0olk place oi.: Tues,. day. I'he ';,weather +..was very o: lpressive:. :£The a.ttenidanco was fair, 'and :te fields' iarvper tihaiL in. former years. Result: :. Hurdle TRace. -Flying -Doe, O 10;. ino1 v i'Queen. 2 The Rift, a 3. Bettin g " :-2 .,to 1-,:. oi L F'LYING DOE.X. . oi easily. ;Trial. Stakes.- Last Dre, m; 8 ;.l,, 1; Mal-: Siable.'2 :' Speewa , 3. .Betting.: :3 to 1 on 3A ST ,,DREA;: YWon by a:, lengtl, two. Slend ths between: second :ind. th iid. Sea: Lake Handicap. --Curyo, 8 0, ; : Reg 8i12 2: Nyilka,; 8.5, 3:. The following. glSo sbtrted ` Thanatos, Apop'exy, Lady Grand :.Spnec' ,B6igljeat:, Snoi v Queen, !and rGaltrii . Bettin c6 to 4 " on GURYO, 2 to ?.1. - agst. Rem. Wron iby .half a length; Nyika a length awayv: from Rerr T .Distance Pony". Race.-- ipal1; Plain Bill" 2 Two Stoepj 3.. Betting: Even money` Ninoer. 3. to M-IZPAII Won by: two Flving 'Handicap--Ghalpote 9.0 1 Vim, 90 ::0.2 The .-Nipper,- 3. i Thanatos : Curyo...
BENDIGO A.N.A. COATS OF ARMS. UNVEILING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
BENDIGO A.N.A. COATS OF ARMS. UNVEILING CEREMONY. "-There was, a rcprcscntative. attendance at· ihe :unnveiling of the -Australian coats. of arms, in the fmain room, A.N A,. all, o-i" Thursdaynight .last. The. .fiist=. and: seconid prizo desi ns in a competitiion,°i among the airt stu2dents of the B"bndivGo School .:6 =: Mines and. Industries .ha :d been iaitnted in ithe -;halls; the first: prize desigin, by v.Mr. e-' ineth Oliphinit,: bueo .\placcd: as :ft back io:und fo: the' sta c: in ,the codncert hall, and -the' second prize design, by "Miss AM. 1Wooolnoug "h; being-niised to adoin the :.ass,: ciatLion's meetii? room. Th . unveiling ceremoniy w?as peifornietd by tie Mayor "(Cr. Andrew). There were" ';ilso- on the.. stage witlhi:the officers of the association, Cdr. W. Beebe;. Mi r. A. J. Inimps0ou, ? L.A., : .,the lRev: J"as. Cioolcston (piresident" of the School: of: in?s.anidMr. M. J. Caliill.(t originator. of the nioemov.ent). Tlic piresident o the: branc : paid' a tri ? but...
HEATHCOTE. 21st February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
HEATHGOTE. Mir..C. J. 'r.ttam, .ta nd ofllcer, oii uiYs'' day_ eonico:iim4lc1i at t'r2 lan d, cuibraIcot' In ft:le. a,1 }licatioli of u± .3. 1erillelcl and £-c t'lt', eachi for 3 a cirs, be put. -pfori sale by :nuctiioui. C. 1\'. `'chin'c: mphcatiouioi fur 4"5" rccr H, ýrlotmout ] 3211). 'as' r i osd. . C. D-Tbncy w; ithcbd w his a2ppIcatiou Jfor 14 4ccree, allotmeiit 10 s' -etion ..l, and sanlnoe :was recommendcd to Tc P V to' J., T.: and C. lleon'n, G. Iriiggias . C fl'milton, J. aL. -p T x'or, T~· W P .at.^rs A C . Iebnli an dncl : J Xifa3 oi v'er, ampplicants for 110 acres, allotnieo'=t 411, t he atter's application be. mn . r'ccoi llnn 'ived' " io hcapjpliceations of J. f. Gill 3 ;acros,: r tQ;'wnriipiii of ( 'cstcrlid'm 'ncld .WL. J. CodeLIC ý tpeltiouati. 1 Il('i'c, Paaric . of' \ýT rrmiti''mtnc w I're r~coiiuimende d
HUNTLY. 19th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 24 February 1914
H.UNýTLY. 19th .1ebruiry. '.C L 3rd 1.rvcrszire 1' of the Sir Henry :3 'rklv Lodgoes -we' colebrated in the no v lodt''roci ti nc'! 'vts well patroniscd. idlly J } cutitlile i'idilo'l d iii "hutingii to nIiitsi . :;tu~llllica la` Mvusrs.:.' :Je. l r. A4. 1 . as M.C i. A suit cdriniks' stai V1as Mt1 Jiy the CulI lII~ iUi (I~c (M:isI PIialhonv, very well pa.ltronir'r.. l Tr]e 1 ladieis W02 0J ±'ost attuntivc ;t the eupi:er tables.