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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
? ??,s_. s.,.? a mQGOODS REQUIRED TO LAST A LIFETIME. 21 .M. no.,-, HOME REQUISITES THAT INDICATE TASTE. "ax. w 4B :M DES!GNS AND TEXTURES, TONINGS AND COLORINGS GUARAN TEEING PERMANENCY OF BRIGHT EFFECTS. These are the Results of BEEHIVE VIEW POI.NT_ PURCHASES.- We have bought in the Che'pest Mat, we have Revolutionised our Buying--therefore our Selling is becoming phenomenal. HOMES FURNISHED WITH BEEHIVE FURNITURE STOCK ARE HOMES INDEEDI,: :WeV are ready to demonstrate'our powers to you. Inspection will always interest. We have a:BiiOit:pui'. . - " - Our Stock is dailv changing. WE GO IN. FOR RELIABILITY. ENn D- ' F80IEO C-I IWT RAT S NEAR0 I OUR BEE*HIVE STORE, . I ~EXIxOE, > , ' -: [NEAR OUR BEEHIVE STORE, . BE; 1?1TDO. COLLINGNVWUOD I NUlSEl- Ali WAYS ,, J ' COMMENDS DR. MORSES JINDISAT "ROOT PILLS TO HER, PA-TIENTS. ^ ANuro. Mary A. Sellers, of 174- Easy-^ street, `Collingwood, writes:-''_-As a nurse .of nine years' standi?n at Collingwood11 have found it neccessary in rman...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SWALLOW & ARIELL'S BLOCK CAKE It is as good as it looks, and you'll admit there's nothing more tempting than the de. lightful fresh, appearance, of this Perfect Cake. That appearance is gained by quality of ingredients and care in making and baking not with coloring matter, for ,,ONLY EGGS ENRICH THE COLOR "Mixrd wiih iVgs Only"-thsit is'why you ahliva?s n'lic"-that di'inctlivr . [r-,h"I "home-made" ' flavor about &WAS'LLOW ARD ARIBLL'S BLOCK CAKE--incd it's why you'll fiid all the family appreciate this delicious cake, no matter how fro quently they have it. MADE IN FRUIT, SULTANA, PLAIN & SEED ORDER A 41b. BLOCK from YOUR GROCEIl TO-DAY. Insist on Baby's chief charm lies in his sbft and lovely skin. To acquire that purity and delicacy of skin health, use Rexona Skin and Facial Soap. Washing with ?oxona Soap first takes awa y all impurity and dit, then' softens the skin cells and acts as a tonic upon the cuticle, iSo that the cilastici is strengthened, and t...
ROCHESTER WATER SUPPLY. PUBLIC MEETING. Rochester, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ROCHESTER WATER SUPPLY. PUBLIC MEETING. Rochestcr, 25th February. S A. well-attended public meeting was. held: in the Shire Hall last qvening to discuss the question of whether it was desiralble that the .Rochester ,witctr supply be :ob tained from the Waranga-Mallee channel in preference to the Campaspe River. Mr. J. P. Graham, who was. voted to the chair, paid that those 'who had signed the requisi tion would probably place their views be fore the" imeting. Mrts Parnaby .said lie was one of, those who had signed. the requisition, and hlie. thought the time was: ripe Jfor considering tho advisability of drawiing the supply ot w\ater fronm the Wiiranga-fMallce channel. It was admitted on all sides that the water at present supplied was unsatisfactory. A larger watcr tower wais to be constructed,. larad it appeared to himn a pity to go to a S tlarge expenditure in erecting a hew tower. if ift were to be found later that it was - :n an tisuitablo position for rcceiving ' watter fromi ...
EXPLOSION DEMOLISHES BUILDING. BERLIN, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
EXPiOION Ml.LISH.S BUILDING. S BERLIN, 26th F.ebraury. A shocking disaster occurred to-day at auiline dye works at Rummclsburg, two miles from Berlin. A boiler exploded and, the Works were completely demolished. To add to the horror of the disaster the wreckage caught fire, and rescue work was rendered extreme IS difficult. Twelve bodies have been recovered from the debris, while several other employes have been rescued sevorelv injured. It is feared that more bodies ill, be found w the ruins.
NEW ZEALAND HARVEST. ESTIMATED AVERAGES. Wellington, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
NEW ZI.ALAND HARVEST. S ESTIMhATED AYERAGES. T h - Wellington, 27th February. Tle Dominion crop averages are . estf mated as follows:--Wheat, 32.32 bushels an acre; ,oatse, 41.03 bushels; barley, 38.31 Sbdshels. i. A clock constructed throuhout of glass is the result of six years' work on the part of a Bavarian glass polisher. The plates and pillars which form the framework are of glass, anrd are bolted together with glass screws. The dial-plate, hands, shafts, and cog-wheels are ,f glass, and glass wedges and pins are used for fastening the various parts of the running gear together. Iike the clock itself, the key by which it is wound is of glass. The construction of the remark able timepieco was a matter of infinite pains.* 'Some of the parts had to be made. as many as forty times before a clock that would Fo eculd be produced. Fas.hionable, women in St. retersburg are painting -tin:y ,figures on their faces and necks, says MN. Sorgins Diaghileff, the RPus sian impresaria. Elophan...
THE TURF. V.R.C. AUTUMN MEETING. Flemington, 28th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
THE TURF. 'V.R.C. (JMTUMN MEIETING. Flemington, 28th February. Tho 'utumn meeting of the Victoria TRaciu~ Club was opented to-day at Flernm ii.igton. The weather during the morning vmsi dull and threatening, and there was every .prospect of a downcpour of rain. To :,ards noon, however, the clouds cleared aiway, and the racing was carried out under warm but pleasant weather. The attend' unce was exceptionally large, and includ ed visitors from N.S.W., South Australia, and Tasmnma. Amongst those present were their Excellencies the Governor-General (Lord Denman) and Lady Deliyan, annd the State Goveror (Sir Arthur Lyulpi Stanley) and Lady Stunley, with their re* prective suites,. There was only one course withdrawal -Frm the St. Leger, this being Sandy Doug. las, who was overlooked*- when final accept. ances were declared on Thursday. Rladnor lpcned favdrite, and touched 6 to 4 on, while . Ahnaelosia' was 5 to '" ugainsf. To . vards the finish of the betting Andelosia ':as backed, anld...
BOORT RACES. 28th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
BOORET RACES. 28th February. The Boort Race Club held its annual gathering yesterday, when a successful meefing was held There was a good at tendance, the special train from Bendigo being. well patronised. The racing .was . good, some of the finishes being close and exciting. A stipendiary steward was pre Sent. Results:- Hiandicap Trial Stakes,. five furlongs. Stella Gay, 8.5. 1; Rosemel, 7.12, -2; Lincoln Green, 9.0 . b3. Won all the way. Bracelet Trot, 1¼ mxiles.-Miss M'Kinney, scr., 1; Expectation, 40 yds. bhd., 2; Allie 1., 300 yds. ijhd., 3. l3oort Hfandicap, oune mfle.-Miss bolin, 8.1. 1;. Tinonee, 8.2, 2; Reg, 7.12, 3. Won easily. Flying :Handicap, five furlongs.-Stella Gay, 1; Rosemel, 2; Rattle'r Jack, 3. Won easily. H-andicap Trot, 1i n mles.-Allie B., 330 3ds. bhd., 1; fxpectation, 50 yds. bhd., 2; .r'ho Whip, 260 yds. bhd. 3. Won by a length. fack .Race, five furlongs.-Clean Sample, 9.0,,.1; Sorakeet, 2; Skoweris, 3. Won by a neck. An inquiry was held concerning the 'run...
OUR BENDIGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
- .OUR BENDIGO LETTER. (By "Signa.") Sooial events are few and far between. The Ping Pong Olub held its weekly meeting on Thursday, at which Miss Jean Manckay acted as hostess. On the Friday prior to her S departueo from Bendigo MNiss Muriel Boyd was "at home" to nbout thirty members of the younger set Piug pong and competi. tions were ,indulged in, and anu enjoyable eveir ins waa spent The next social edvent will be on the 16th March, when Miss V. Knight will, be married to Mr., Buckeli. - The ceremony will be por formed by the Rev. Dean, MaeCullagh, and will take place at St. Paul's Church. Bendi.:onjians are still away. tihough. by so doing thbey have not escaped' fhhe eat. Judg ing by Melbourn-e heat it is . caso of "out. of the frying pan irito the fire.' Prepariatio?? for the Eniatr Fair:are going ahead, and the Bondigo Tennis Cou.rt has :coured interesting circulars dealing with.the E-ster tournament. A band of eight. gir!. a.re givin a :Ra-.tintR Pierrot ,Show in thle rinces...
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
VYiS1T`h1~ 10 ei~aADJGO. Ihe :list of visitors at the Hotel Shnm rock for the past week consisted of:-Mr. and yrs. Lamb, Dcnifiquin; Mr. D.. Berri man I-'.M., Maryborough; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clarinabold, Albert Park ivlr. and Mrs. H. Thson, St. Kilda; Mr. Gordon Eaton, East Caultield; Mr. Long, hobart; SMr R. T'. Rogg, \Xindhrox, irl'~. Pattersob, board of directors E. S. and A. Bank; Lon don; Mr. Christic, Sydney; Mrs. L. Muel ler and children, St. Kilda; Mrs. Hitch cock, "Currajous," Glenlyn; P.fisb De Manuel "Currajou,"' Glenlyon;- Mr. M'Cal lurn, Keraug; Mr. HaIlnultdn, Axedale; Mr. S. Brain, Wanganella:Station, N.S.W. ; Mr. I'. B'rain, .*\ hingein?lla .:tation, N.S.W.: Mr. Norinian White, Ca'mberwell; Mr. and :Mr~s. Coclkin aind f?lminily, 13edigo;?Mr. J. Davip, Swan Hill; Mr. H.. Greenway, Syd ney;. Mr.. M. Edwa~rds MalverA; ivlr. J. Davies, South Yarra; Mr. and Misses Hay, Kamaroolia; alse Mr. Wren, Mr G. lBeales, M\r. Bennie, Mr. J. S. Crowe, and Mr. and 'Mrs. Brent, Melbour...
MISS PAULINE BINDLEY. SUCCESSES IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
MISS PAULINE BINDLEY. SUCCESSES IN NEW ZEALAND. The success achieved by our young so prano must be very gratifying to the citizens of Bendigo, and most encouraging to her father. "The World's News," of 21st February, 1914, says:--"'The Paul Dufault starring tour is proving a veritable gold mine for himself and his manager. Ever since the company's arrival in New Zealand the tour has been a series of packed houses and return engLage ments. In Christchurch, though a season of three concerts had been arranged, at tile final concert of the three the Theatre Royal came so far from accommodating those demanding admission that two additional concerts wero immceiately arranued for. Mr. Frederio Shipman, the tenor's manager, is re-arranging the entire New Zealand tour to allow for -a longer season than was first intended. The original seasoir of four concerts has been in. creased to five. It is the general consensus of opinion in New Zealand that Paul Dufaulk is the greatest tenor who has ev...
PAPERHANGING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
PAPERIANGING. IA good hint for those who do their own paIerhanging is to apply the paste to the wall instead of to the paper. Amiteurs wilh findlit much easier to match the 'pattern, Sand the paper is less liable to tear by f61 lowing this metlhod, besides saving time and trouble.
A GOOD FLOOR STAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A GOOD FLOOR STAIN. A good floor stain that goes right intb' the, wood and is very durable, is made of lii seed oil colored with ground burnut ?umljer. Rub thoroughly into the .boards witih a flannel pad, and next day polish with bceswax and turpentine, or any floor polishl tliat you are in the habit of using;.
SEWING MACHINE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SEWING MACHINE; HINT. .To prevent. garnients from' slippingp -'hile stitching tliem i`ith the sewing .ma chine, slip ll a old pillow'b ase ovei. the, leat of yoir i sewing machine, _and-I: pin 'it" so that it Iwill -be :strctcied itightly. W \ien soeiwig dark mateirials, cover the leaf w'ith a piece of: darik clots, as theio hite lint ih:! likely to adheroe to most maferials.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
IMPORTANT TO EVERY WOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART. Of the Headquarters Staff of "THE LADIES' COLLEG.E OF HEALTH." 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. will Visit Bendigo on the first and second rThursday of eac~h month, and may be Consulted at the City Family Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 t.m. Every woman who is the viiotlr of ill health, or who is threatened wi:" , critical operation, and every wife who .'qs neon dis appointed in her desire to fill toe noble mis stion of motherhood, should seek the skilful advic of IMrs. Stewart, who is the only lady visiting Bendigo authorised to supply Dr D. Mi. Coonlcy's celebrated Orange Lily Home Trcatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited tn send 2d for nosta.go to Dept. 9, Ladies' College . of Health, 46 Elizabeth street Melbourne, for a' free copy ,of "Womahn's Guide to Health," a book whicho overy wo'la soh2bul posse. .. WEAR AIND TEAR, ?As the years rl: on in their trackless. course, the stress and strain of modern existence slowly but s...
TO WASH FEATHER PILLOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
TO WASiH FEATHER PILLOWS.. It will be of interest to many housewives to know that there is a very excellent way of cleansing pillows at home, which is often necessary after some illness, or for other reasons. The method is not a diffi gult one. Prepare a large tub of suds, as hot as can be borne by the hands; dissolve suffi cient borax in the water to make it feel veryv soft, as this will cut any grease that may be in the feathers. If the tub is large, two pillows may be washed at once. Empty thle contents of the pillow or pil lows into the suds. This is not so difficult as it may seem, as the feathers do not blow nearly so much as one ivould think. Sub° merge the feathers and rub vigorously be tween the hands. You will be surp·rised to fipd quite a number of different lthings in your pillows. There may likely b3 sanld, grains of corn, pins, string, and small sticks. \Xhen you have rubbed the feathers as much as you th lk they need, run them through the wringer. When you have gather...
WOMANLY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
* WOMANLY WOMEN "'The cleverest woman, to my. m indy said a man who is a close- observer and keen ciritic,.,"is the one who even in diffli cult circumstances manages to retain her femininity unimpaired. Even. if a woman :has to spend her life in an office working amongst men, or has to .fight her way alone in life, she can if she wishes to, create her own atmosphere of feminine charm and daintiness, which, after all, .is . her most attractive quality. Dnring work, ing hours feminine, graces are certainly best if thrust into the background, but this is no excuse for their being lost si,ght of altogether. Over and over again success fuil women have proved that efficiency and true womanliness are quite compatible withl one another."
LABELS THAT WILL ADHERE TO GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
LAB3LS THA-LT WVILL AD)HER TO GLASS. To make paper, cloth or other substance adhere to metal or glass (as in pasting a label on a canister or a velvet backilig on a brass tray), first coat the article with a. very thin layer of tincture of benzoir, which can be bought at any druggist's, ana costs little. Allow that to dry thoroughly, then use glue in the usual way, and you wvill find no difficulty whatever in making thi other substance stay on firmly and securely,
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. TO FOLD SKIRTS FOR TRAVELLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. TO FOLD SKIRTS FOR TRAVELLING. Fasten the waist band and pin the middle of the back to the centre of the front. Then lay the skirt out flat on a table, and with two pieces of tissue paper as fouidations. roll the skirt over and over towards the front, first from the right side of the skirt, then from tile left, so forming two rolls that lie parallel to each other. If the garment has to be folded crosswise to ad mit of its being packed in suit case or trunk, place a wad of tissue papcr or news 'paper' underneath the crease. Skirts so packed take very little room and show no traces of travelling in small compass.