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SOME USEFUL RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SOME USEFUL RECIPES. Pork Chops and Oniona.-This is called "a poor man's goose," and it is very good See that the chops are cut from a small loirn and well hammered with the cook's knife; pepper each and lay aside. Have ready a pan of boiled onions, well spiced. into which has been thrown some finely ]pwdered sage leaves; then lay in the chops, which should be qluite covered wiLh the neasoning (onions, . sage, lepper). In one corner place as many good cooking ' apples as you may choose, then: set into a good oven.. 'WVhen the pork is cooked, dish th'e apples and pour into the tin half pint of good thick gravy. Roasted potatoes in their skins may be sent to table with it. Bannocks.-One pound fine oatmeal, nsalt spoonful salt, two teaspoonfuls baking pow. . idelr, one ounce butter, water to mix. Mix the oatmeal, salt. and baking powder, rib into this the butter, ,and mix with tlie water in sufficient quantity bo make a, thickl: dough. Roll this out as 'thin as possible into round cake...
AUSTRALIAN FLEET. ARRIVAL IN HOBSON'S BAY. Melbourne, 25th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A- : USTRALIAN FLEET. ! . .ARR.IVAL IN HOBSON'S 3ATY: : Melbourne, 25th February. The whole fleet of the Australian Navv sailed' uOp Port Phil!ip Bay for the first . time to-day. The fleet 6omprised the bhttleships Australia,, Melbourne, and Sydi'ey, and the destroyers Warrego, Parra mnatta, :and Yarra. They. arrived at the :eads at 2 p?.m The conditions of the drift were favorable. The fleet entered the bnay steaming it. 14 k1nots an hour. The A~ustralia ancl:ored in. deep water .near the Gellibi·and lihltsh?ip~ : T he- lighter vessels. c~ame :straight up -the ba. a't .5.30 p.m. A.. lar?e number bf" people" witnessed ?he.. arrival: of the :fleet, but ' the.; roceedings . wvere devoifd0of official ceremony.
ANNALS OF BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
ANNALS OF BENDIGO (By G. HLACKAY.) T"ThI Annals of Condigo" from 1851 to 1&67 l.ave been icp~roducdc il bool form;l 'and copies may be obtained it this oflice • or. at tho lcal bookscllers', price J/ each. iTlc books are profusZly lluitratcd; and contain folding sheets rceprc.suting Golden ".:qluroin i1851 and Pll Mall in 1867. Next mon fit the second port ion of the "Annals, 2:roiu,18A68 to 1831, inclusive,, v,vill be p;iu isil~d'. Thei postage on te '"Ainnals" prer " hok post; is on'i p .nly to any part of the ', (on.monwcaltlh.
1891 (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
1891: (Continued) S :iThe listrit s urron.dii. . ]3ndigo ha ::l: oiig :been not:ed for itsi fruit, ithe dee.scrip .:tionw chiefly e rownv b ing grgipes,' applcs : :nii;icat:s plumis; peachecs pears, lemons -au . traiiv:berr?ies While it. Was expceted thai there· would ho a gicat futuitr tor thc .iu:; uitin'dstry, thoe w\ie iin distry wi::confi - .dceItl, :regrdeC d ,as tlho ci ev tan int;il stiy fth ' t district.- Tihe ultivation odE. the gia- was Iofinuidcl principalli .:to .tlie :. ::"Slhiiir o:f ?Statihfiteldsiaye,?:- ilirJong ..and l itf. . Dturi gi the year ending ,lst of S1. 1lirchi 189), theiro weret.- 6365 acres of vines if Strathfieldscve; from .hich 5009 S: dt. of giria.?s :-wei'e gather?ed, ?d not : madle inito:wline, ind: 9723 c.ci?; of grapes : wcr 'We itieied andi: maide :into .ine t.I'hq ine p ~ioducedi:anlouited to 690,979 ga! i :-::'. Therei were 37 ace . 01 i vfoes in . iog" from:i which 1510 cwt. of gr)pes w.er. Iathe led imid ot m.iiiae mto wine. a'da 560 cwt. wc...
FURIOUS MOTOR DRIVING. EXEMPLARY FINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
.k; Fi l. MOTOR DRIVING. EXEMPLAR.Y FINES. Messrs. E. N. Moore, P.M,.. G. J. Sweeney, T. Somcrville and J T. Dowd. Js.P., pre- ." sided Thursday, G(eorge Godfrey wa s charged with driv ing ar motor car at i idangerous rate of, speed on 5th February. HIe was also charged with failin, to carry a: rear lamp and re fusing to give his nnime aind address on the samc,. occasion.? The defendant is now i res ding in MClbo;iuort and adid not appa:ir. Mi. Mioi suggested that n. warrant shoulak be :issitec:- for his arriest, ,bit afterwards it ::irs' decidd l:.to hear'the case in the.' ab. seii.c ofa::tlddfefiidanti " .. 'o. ,-a'oit:,'bl) Quila'i deposed that- hr:, saw :::. d.leiid'aitdrivt 4 . dOwn ..icw-street -,tRint: :i up --Mitchll-street a at a" sl'ced .of betWe~,i , 25 :id 30 miles an hour at ..915 .on: thlio: : . : iiight- in :queistion. :He l-ad no light t- " . the re of the cirie. d- die'o do w ovn Pial Mall shor tl yi:nftcrvirds alid witnessitopped: ' im ud as:edsfor !iJ:s Ai.nnme ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
A F3 SAY81 For Years He Worked in S Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and Z'errible .aclkache. Clements Tonic Cured This letter was writtetl from Tubbul Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Aug. 15/11. Mr. WVise-:an, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the ill-effects of underground continement and bad air upon the system. After reading this letter, get Clmenets Tlonic and keep healthy: CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for years I worked in wet ground, and now it is telling on me, for I suffer with my kidneys and backache and loss of appetite. "Doctors in Young told me I bad hydatids, and said an operation might be necessary. Their medicine did 'me no good. I resolved against it. I was so used up I could not walk far, without a spell. I tried all medicines, and pills, my life has been a mysery to me, until I tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bottles had poor effect, but the third did. I w...
SIR IAN HAMILTON. TO VISIT BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SIR IAN HAMILTON. " TO ?VISIT BENDIGO. General. Sir lan Hamilton, the distin giuished British soldier, will visit Bendigo uon 1-th March to iinspect the local units of the detence forces. GCeneral tuamiiton, as Inspector-General of the Oerseas Forces, :has. already inspected the forces"of Souta . frica anna C.nada, and is -at prte~ent en gaged- in similar work in Australi'. Tho S General's mission is to adviso and suggest, so that all methods, etc., r.:ay be stancard ised to fit in with those of Great Britain in case of. any national emergonc. . As a soldier, General hamilton has had a most distinnguished career. He first saw active service in 1579-80, participating in the Afghan expedition, wihr'e.he was twice ,: mentioned in despatches and awarded the Afghan medal. In 1881 he again saw se-r. y.co xuin the first Boer war, and was one of the fy who. servived the battle of. Majuba Jiill, where he. was seriously woundea, a , .imipge , pf whiclh'he has still with him in th• f?rmx of pa...
RETIRING PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS. Melbourne, 26th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
RIUTIRING PRE-IDENT'S ADDRESS. Melbourne, 26th February. The Rev. J. ''omas presided at the united conference of Methodist Church ministers and laymen, held in Wesley Church to-night. The retiring president (thle Rev. F. 3. Nance) delivered the presidential address. He said the position of president at the least was a dificulk one, and presented a comprehensive task. The conference was meeting in the historic home of Method. ism. He referred to the illness of the Rev. A. R. Edgar, and paid a warm tribute to that gentleman's work.* He also regretfully referred to The death of the Rev. Dr. Wil liams In his visit to the various circuits throughout the States he was more than satisfied with the advance made, aiid the enthusiapsm shown : by the ministers and people. It was most gratifying to find that the term showed a general increase in all memberships. It had been a record year in the home mission department, and there was an increase, of .£1000 in the foreign missionu income. Electio...
£40,000 STOLEN. IN A MAIN PARIS STREET. PARIS, 1st March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
-£40.000ooo STOLEN. IN A IMAIN PARIS STREET. PARIS, 1st March. A daring theft was committed here yesfer. day moring. A mail van, which was delivering register. ed I ack'ages to a financial institution, was rohbed of. £t0,000 sterling in a main tho roughfare. TI1; death is announccd of Earl "iinto,..,. 2formerly Governor-General of Canad? aind Viceroy of India, a, tbh age og 67 eprh,.
METHODIST CONFERENCE. MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
METHODIST CONFERENCE. MINISTERI~AL COMMLTTEE. The ministerial committee sat for its annual sessions on Tuesday. .Rev. T. J. Nance presided. The matters under con sideration were the superannuation of aged ministers and business concerning proba t;idners. The following were advanced one year in 'their probation:-Revs. R. B. Toi, L. MI. Thomeon, H. Clark, T. C. Caine. G. B. Combell, A. T. Adamson, T. C. Brem.,r, R1. Inch, W. T. Septhorne, T. C. Tooey, C. J. Walklty, H. M'Craw, d. Albon, J. HI. M. Dabb, T. E Blyth, S. M'Ilroy. J. T. w. Parker, B. L. Semmens, A. G. sapletonu, L. T. Pearse, T. -H. P. Woodford, and J. T. Long Rev. J. W. Croan was transferred to Western Aust':alia, Rev. J. C. Jemmison to South Australia, and Rev. J. T. Long to New South Wales. Revs. G. S. Schofield and A. Uglow wero suparannuated on accoant of old age, and the following on accoux:t of ill-health: Itevs. W. J. Blaokwdll, J. O. M'Cann, J. Nicholson, I. C. Oldmedows, D. S. Lind say, W. Davey, T. Grove, J. Sec...
DIFFICULTY TO DIAGNOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
]liIFFICULITY TO DIA(J1NOSE. It is extremely difficult to diagnose typhoid fever in the iirst few days. At first it appears to be simply a case'of a slight chill or a little malaise; it is only by watching the case carefully and Keep. ing a temperature chart and watching for the tiny spots on the skin that appear at the end of a week that the diainnsis can be made. This will give you a little side light on the traps that are laid for doc tors. When you go to see the.doctor, com plaining of feeling poorly, the doctor knows quite well that it may .be typhoid. HIe re commends caution, which you. disobey. In the large maiority of instances it is not typhoid, and all is well, but every now and then the doctor's secret fears are realised. It has been shown by statistics that typhoid is made much more danger ous -when the patient does not lie up in bed from the first; if he keeps at his work with the typhoid fever on him 'the result may be fatal. I am sure that some of these fatal cases in...
TALKS ON HEALTH. TYPHOID FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
· TAL'_KS ON HEALTH. (By a Family Doctor.) S TYPHOID FE?rFR. The mortality in typhoid fever is not very high. The nursing is of the highest importance in this disease, as the patient is as helpless as a babe for many weeks. It. is best to send the patient to a hos. pital; it is very difficult and very expen. sive to provide for him properly at home.
THE DISCONTENTED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
THE DISCONTENTED WOMAN. N'o w6man'should find a misfortune in the fact that her neighbor can afford better Sfurniture or better clothing than herself. Let her do her best with the means at hand, and remember that a discontented mind is never satisfied. The carping woman is not happy and satisfied, lbecause she never counts up her blessings, but sees .only her "defects of fortune." Age and sickness conice to her long before- they visit the cheerful and sunny-minded women, for she is ever, although quite unsuspectingly, inviting their presence.
SOME PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SOME: PRECAUTIONS. Reminember that what comes from the pa-: titnt is highly infective. If you find out at the end of a week that the case is really one of typlioid, you must burn as much of the clothing and bed-linen as you can. You must thoroughly disinfect all the bedroom utensils and lavatories. You can get as much cruide carbolic from the public au thorities as you want. In the case of an epidemic of typhoid, boil every drop of water that is used; do not take raw s.lads or lettuce or watercress; and boil the milk.
MINING NEWS REVIEW OF THE SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
REVIEWV OF T11E SIIARE MARKET. The dealing last week did not )prsent mnany new features. Of the prorminent stocks, Nev .Chum' Goldfields and Great Extd.. IHustler's received most attention. VValues generally, however, showed little '?iriation, and business was somewhat 're stricted. . The gold returns for the week were again satisfactory,, tho aggregate ,being 4'277oz. .1dwt. GOLD-WEEK. Si PreviouSi omipany., I Yield. I Week. .: ...Tns.jozd't. |ITns.|oz. dt. Carlisle.... .. ..4141136 13 378103 4 Catherine Reef Ud. 1110 3 19 144- 8 2 Central ,Red'White 1 aidBlue ... .. 560157 15 5SO C5 4 lahrcence United ... 69 40 18 78 25 0 'Cornish United ,.. 55 8 3 49 8 0 G~arden Gully Ud. 74 44 16 '120 32 3 golden Age ,.. ... 120 57 13 149 30, 2 Golden Pyke .. .. 3101141 6 310 148 12 Great xtd- .Iust. .2001358 8 292 89 13 Do., plates .. .. ... - 107 5 - Great Northern .. 262 123 10 280 90C- 1 her. mand Ericrgetic 15 7 18 4.5 11 13 Iroubark ..;:.. .;. 286109 0 I 283 1.17 5' .TJohnson's -lt?cf ...'...
SEED WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SEED WHEAT.- Tho boaid appointed by "th: Lrands departmeont. to -investigate i .tli'he ;pl)ll lictioins 1or grants ,of -oee? vheail;j owving to ±'*ilure .or crops h as visited 'seviy"-.' :, x ay poirtions of the Mur. rayvillo ianid ;Oiye'': . ditrlcts; and will shortly ,go to Chiliin:-: fgollahi. whero applicants will be ,inte -vieived as .well :us thosoe from Manaaangatang aid Cocaniba. IRRIGATION Anis.-Thel Waiter Comiimir s sioni has..- approved of the following :oti"P;.: c: ations :for l: 'land in irrigation :arcas:~i. . Dihngcej -:. iIituey, alloto.; 131,' 131E" adi: S1311; : Sliepparton, R. :. E. 7:Fltchc, ilot. 122 section D; Baniaivif, W. VH Johlison. Sallot 28, section E Echuica, La L.Lts '::allot 8, section A :: CALIVIL T?mWai , iSriY -Mr: Kirwin, on'' biLalf£of,3 a meeting 0f rabepayers, at Cali-m vil, asked te Minister fori ^ Av atci Siupply : Thurstday, that w?tter., fromin. the 11'Waan.ga.: cliainel. be sent throiugh, Calivil, ,is- the-. ,-local dams tverc almnost dry ...
DR. MAWSON'S STORY. FATE OF HIS COMPANIONS. PLIGHT OF THE LEADER. LONDON, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
- DR. MAWSON'S STORY. FATE OF HIS COMPANIONS. PLIGHT OF THE LEADER. LONDON, 27th February. SThe "Daily, . '-ail" to-day publishes the personal narrative of Dr. Mawson, leader of the Antarctic expedition, who arrived in Adelaide on Thursday. Dr. Mawson says: -"The 14th December was a beautiful day. Licutenant Ninnis, Dr. Mertz and I were in the highest soirits. Owing to the ar. rival at an unbroken plateau the trouble seemed ended. Dr. Mertz, with the trail breaker, was a. quarter of a mile ahead of me and the first dog team. Then came Lieutenant Ninnis with a sledge and the most vital necessities. This plan was adont. ed in order that the first sledge must suffer if a crevasse was met with. "I unexpectedly found my team crossing & crevasse. We had already negotiated scores of these. I called out 'Crevasse' to put Ninnis on L.s guard. On looking back soon after nothing met my eye but an expanse of snow and ice. SWALLOWED BY YAWNING CREVASSE. "Then the possibility of what migh...
SATURDAY SHARE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
SATUIRDAY.'S SH1ARE MARKET. There 'was: very?littiV activity displayed in the market on: Satiu"day. New Chum Gold fields iwere taien'i at' 14-./7 and 14/9, and closed in demaijd. N.-Bendigo were unsup ported, Nell Gwynne hardened to 2/1. Great. ExtondxL FHustler's remained steady, slhares changiLia- hands at 12/8, with later buyers at thlat figure unsupplied. Sea sold at 5/6, and Suffolk United had suppiorters at 3/9.' Koch's Pioneer had acceptance at 6/i,' and that ?price -yasi oflering for more Other sales :were :--Coriiish United at 1/9; Con stellation; 3/8 and:-3/6; New Nil, .1/8; ..and: Rupee Silver, 1/31. At auction Catherine Reef United .sold .from 9Dd to .:d, GConfi dence Extended at 33d, Sheepshead at 1/31, and Constellation at 3/5 and 3/6. . ' The followinf were the approximate quo-. tations for marketable stocks up ,-to the 'time of closing at 6 p.m.:- , Broken Hill Gold' and Copper-s 1/8 Carlisle-b 12 / . Catherine Reef United-b 8.d,' S'id,; salea .(auction) 91d, .d, 8d,...
THE HOME CIRCLE [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
As this paper now circulates very largely in the countiy districts of Northern Vic toria,. . should like to make this column specially interesting to women whose homes are more or less remote from any town ship. Having tLis object in view, I would welcome any suggestions from the wives or daughters of our country subscribers as to any topic they would like to have dis cussed. I would also be willing to reserve part of this column for the exchange of ideas or tested recipes among our sub. scribers. "MADGE."
£20,000 MADE IN TWO HOURS. GREAT COUP BY TWO NEW YORK BANKING FIRMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 3 March 1914
£20;,000 MDE INJ TWO HOUR GREAT COUP BY TWO ?-'VW YORK( . BANKING IIRMS. A:' fortu;e .of over £120,000 was made in two hours on the 22nd January by the two New York banking firms of Kuhn, Loeb, apd Co., 'and William A. Read and Co. ::Ne~w York State, t;he day previous auctioned £-10,200,000 of State bonds bearing 4½ per 'cent.. interest.. Messrs. Kuhn, Loeb and Read and Co. formed a syndicate and out ::i~i.ll their rivals, securing the entire al lotment for 1060077 Thor each hundred-dollar bd. &lt;.d. Next : morning .the two firms put thilec -:bonds .on. the marlket; at 107.25, and sold ,them all tWithin two' hours, the profit be ing" overi £120,000, .which the .two firms securedd in return for delqositing a certified cheque for £224,000 with the State authori ties overnig!lt to~legalise their bid. :: lugh M'Kinley, aged 19 years, son"of Mr' 1]'. MLinley, of Tiieor West, 'niet with a~ serious accident while working, on a thieshing machine at .Bung Bong on Wed Snesday: It was...