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SIR ALEXANDER PEACOCK. VISIT TO ECHUCA. HIGH SCHOOL OPENED. Echuca, 4th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
SiR ALEXANDER PEACOCK. VISIT TO EOHUCA. HIGH SCHOOL OPENED. Echuca, 4th lMarch. ' Sir Alexander Peacock, .Minister for Edu cation, to-day visited Echuca for the pur pose of foifrmally, opening the newly-crected Hiigh School. uuring the morning the Minister visited Moaina, where he was courteously received by the Mayor (Aldei'mnu J. Wall) anid the .aldermen of the municipality. Returning to EIchuca, the Minister visit ed the .local State school, with the view of ascertaining the nature of certain altera tions to the building. Afterwards at theo Town' Hall Sir Alexander PeacocJk received several deputations in relation to school rc cquireinents. The Mayor of Echuca and other 'gntlemen impressed on the Minister the necessity of improving the lighting and ventilation of the Central schoo, building, which was now quite out of date as to its construction. Sir Alexander said that he haid brought wvith him the plans of the proposed alterations, and the °work would be taken in hand without d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
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TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. FThei following additional results were an. denounced by the.Education department Blet digo School of M1iincs.-Brush draw. ing--Pass Muriel Tenkin, Effic E. Laid Jer. Wauvie E. Williams. Model drawing, :' elementa'.y Pass Merle Bush, Constance:: E.' Oliphant,. Mary Read, ]~Ea .C. Diun can ."MIriel Jenkin. .Advanced--Passi: Ellio E. Laidlcr. Suplementary. Examination. (ebriary, 1914). Ttiruno'nc and fitting.-Grade II. Pass: Willimin H. Williams;, 51 per .cont. Gdrade III.-Pass: Lysl W: 'Quin, 59 . Cnstlemaine Technical: School:.--3Brus . li.. drawing -Pass Johni Robelrts, Muriel Hliarini: mer, Jeani . Moirison. Lettering-Pa ss": iAleixander Girifiths.. Model drawing ,'le nientary- Passi `Edith C. Ward, Alexai der. Griffiths, .Muriel flarmer: .Ecliuca Tec'hnical School. -Model: draw. ing, elementary -- Pass- Ionisa Judge Mary- G. Green, Mercry Vize. Mr. Thomas Mackenzie High' Commin. sioner for New Zealand, in complaining of the exclusion of .frozen mutton from army...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
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THE DANGER O[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
TIIE DANGEP Stomachi and Intestinal Worms are one of the most common conmlllaints throu~lhnut Australasia Indigestion is a primary cause, or 'they liay be produced by con. etipation, or through the eating of tainted food or food improperly cooked. There'; is also the possibility of their introduc.tion into the' system. in the form, of cysts .c. o.rIms in fruit.:and meat so.that lall class, s of theo ommunity, irrespective of-:age, are Sliblo to this complaint. it' i 1not aien thl irritatibn and. annoyance, caused by theso il rasitical- oitimals .ih?at infest :ithne stcramach .aid. bowels, 'but tihe more scriov's cciiscqueniccs, whichl followiv: liat ,.must be' :e1. et in view. From the lia'lily: organised and se-nsitive pacts which ' they occupy worms give rise to ; gircat constitutional de xangemeuts, and produce a variety of symlp toms,; moro particularly. affecting the stom ach and heId. Many c:ases of convuilsions, epilepsy, hysteria, St. Vitus's Dance, melarit cholia, nervous d...
WARATAH MYSTERY REVIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
WARATAH MYSTERY REViVED. A weird message from the sea, which throws an equally weird light on thp lost steamship Waratah, has (says "Lloyd's Weekly News" of 18th January last) been pickld up in a black bottle by a man who was walking. on the beach at Mys Point eight miles north west of Bird Island, which lies halfway be tween Durban and. Capetown. The -bottle, which was well corked and carefully sealed, contained the following: Waratah , 6th Sept., 1909. Ship in great danger. Rolling badly. Will' probably roll right over. Captain is going 'to heave her to. Later:-If anything happens, will who ever finds this communicate with my wife, 4, Redcliffe-street, South Kensing ton, London? (Signed) JOHN N. HUGHES. The message had evidently been written very hurriedly in indelible pencil on a plain sheet of paper which is still in good condi stion, although' slightly damaged by water. The. handwriting is largeo and plain, but shaky, and the message is unpunctuated. The finding of the bottle a...
ELMORE WATER SUPPLY. Elmore, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
ELMORE WATER SUPPLY. Elmore. 5th March.; An inspection of the local water supply was made by the commissioners on Tuesday. Thlat portion of the river which, was sinagged last year was found to be greatly inpirved by the: operations. The silt ex tensively deposited against the .timber delbris has been cleaned right' away :by the freshets- of last wvinter, and the- holding cap"acity of the reservoir has beeui in- creasedl fully 'one-fifth'. A.bo-.e '-Potter's hole 'the .conmmissionrs foundi a fine stretch of river' with a watec level loin. higher .than the reservoir, and instructions were given to cut drains and let the surplus down to the pump. This work was executed yesterday, and the trust's engineer .(Mr. S.' Southam)nnow estimates that the reser voir contains a two months' supply. The coimmissioners agreed that the condition of the reservoir and the river generally was excellent, and that the water was neyer better in qildity. and color,
LECTURE ON EUGENICS. EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL. Melbourne, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
LECTUR.E ON EUGENICS, MFFECTS OF ALCOHOL. 0 Melbourne, 5th Maich., A' lectur;e:ou "Eugenics" was deliveredl to-night:i by Di'. ' 'El-'nest 'Jones,.. Inspectoi·-. Gee'ra ;of the iInsane, before the Criminological: Society. The : lecturer ex p ressed the opinion that to venture on legislation .prematurely would *be to court dis?ster.?; "ven, now; he said, there was a daniger .from rash enthusiasts,. who were bursftini"' with a desire for immediate rc form.i He' had: tried- to make medical men realise the importance of educating the public on the subject, as otherwise there was a' risk of a nation becoming feeble minded, and impotent to resist barbaric :people. He expressed the confident opinion that alcohol in .turn affected. children. He could,, show' cases in: which children born of ini~emnperatc persons suffered from de ,imentitx.. It had been pointed oout that. 25 per eeint cof thel.poorer classes of the popn lation .was producing 50 per .cent, of the children. ,If the richei clas...
NORTHERN TERRITORY. PINE CREEK RICH IN GOLD. Melbourne, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
NORTHERN TERRITORY. PINE, CR EEK RICH IN GOLD. Melbourne, 5th March. .In a, progress report on ,the geologicail survey of the Pine GCreek district,': issued to day,. Dr. I . J. YJensen, the '.Government geologist intithe Northerly Territory, quotes the opinion of Mr. E. J. Dunn, formerly Government geologist .of Victoria, in con firniation of previous reports as to the saddle formation of the reefs in the field. Mr. Dunn, whomn Mr. Jensen describes as Sthe "greatest Australian authority on sad dle reefs," paid, avisit to the .Territory last June. Ind his .report, M'r. Jensen proceeds:-"Mr. Dunn' has· spent several ' decades -.on. the study .of :saddle recfs,; particularly those of :Bendigo, in- Victoria: T. The :opportuniby was seized; therefore, for getting his opinion on lithe' Pine Cree:' field. Mr. 'Dunir- came and siw, arid immediately- and u.nhesitatingly pronounced .the field a second edition of Bendigo. He permitted me to quote him as 'having stated-'I am satisfied that fiel...
INSPECTION OF IMMIGRANTS. LONDON, 4th March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
INSPECTION OF IMMIGRANTS. LONDON, 4th March. The Agents-General of the various Aus tralian States conferred to-day with Mr. Ncrri., Commonwealth medical officer in Londoun, regarding the medical ,inspection of e:igrants. It was decided that the State immigra tion -fficers and Dr. Norris should discuss .the. method of procedure in connection with the medical inspection of intending emi grants with a view to' a further conferenee being convened with- the Agents-General to decide on certain modifications of the Commonwealth regulations. [The Agents-General at a recent meeting opposed the new Commonwealth regulations on the ground that they were no more ef fective than the existing rules.1 --1
TALKS ON HEALTH. TENDING A SCALP WOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
TALKS ON liALTII, (By A FAMILY DOCTOR.) 'TENDING A SCALP WOUND. When you are treating the scalp for `sores or wounds, you must cut the hair. :iff round the affected area. You must do it; my orders. There is nothing more distressing to n, surgeon's eye than -to see the hair all matted nnd clogged with blood, .cr a coptic discharge from a. sore. plaen The' very cause anti origin of the sore. was the presence of septic germs, and hbw can you possibly get the scalp clean unless you clear away all that mless ? Thos-. of youi who- have no idea of surgical clean. liness, and have never attended classes of first aid or home nursing, seem to think that if you apply some sticky ointment on top of a mass of matted hair you arc? dbing all that is necessary . "Oh, but doctor, I put the ointment on every night and morning as. you told me to." Oh, no, you didn't. I told you to put the ointment on ,the actual sore, and not on the mess of clotted hair, blood and dis cllarre. Strict orders; you must ...
BALD PATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
BALD PATCHES. Not every ci:oc of bald patches on the scalp is ringworm. It is wise to gct a doctorts opinion, becaus". ringworm is catching. and ti:e other complaint is not. Bald patches may grow hair in the end, though it may take several months. If the hair-follicles aro destroyed, nothing will reotore the hair. A stimulating lini ment may be applied to the scalp. . Tur pentiue liniment is useful; it makes the scalp glow and gives th!le roots of the: hair a richer supply of blood.
TRUMPER'S BRILLIANT PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
ThR.UMPl]R'S ERILLIANT' PLAY. The *Christchurch correspondent of the "iArgus," referring to Trumper's great in -ings for 293, in the match Australians v Canterbury, ;says:-When Trumper coined Sims, the most remarkable partnership in New Zealand cricket commenced. Trumper scored aI a tremendous pace, and ran up 40 while Sims was making 5. He got to 152 in 92 minutes, and to his second cen. tury ,in 131 minutes. His next 50 occu pied less than 25 minutes. I-He hit every where with the greatest confidence. His completed score of 293 was easily the grea; - est innings ever seen in this country. Ho made the bowling look cheap, but Carlton and Bennett were bowling really well, and Wilson sent down sceveral puzzling overs. The eighlth man going out- ninth with a score of 293 is in itself a remarkable re. cord. Sims was at his best.. which is very good indeed. His comparatively slow scor ing was due to the fact that' lie sacrificed his own score to give Trumper as much of the bo vling an po...
TANDARRA ASSOCIATION. 3rd March. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
TANDAIttMA ASSOCIATION. 3rd March. TQie matches in connection with the Tandarra Association were concluded on Saturday, when Tandarra journeyed to Dinge,' and suffered defeat by the locals, Dingee (74 runs) beating Tandarra ;50). "A. Harry (22) and J. Lethlean (21) batted well for the winners, while B. Harry (25) was the only Tandarra batsman to reach double figutes. -Digee have won the pre miership. C. Vincent obtained the batting average (24 1-7 runs per innings), while J. Lethlean (Dingee's skipper) averaged 24 runs per innings. C.-Vincent also obtained the bowling average (two wickets for 7 ,runs). XV. Harry bow'led very well for Dingee. liis 26 wickets only costing 175 runs, an average of less than 7 runs per wicket. Tandarra's hatting average was obtained by A. Aitken (22 runs, not out and 0. not out, for the only two matches he played in). R. Aitken (17- runs per wic ket) obtained the best average for batsmen, playing in at least six matches. Tandarra's bowling average fell t...
LOTIONS AND OINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
* LOTIONS AND OINTMENTS. The- perchloride of mercury is a poison,.' and is used as an antiseptic lotion in the strength of one part in four thousand. In struments, however, must not 'be put into it. as the mercury is deposited on a metallic surface. Calomel is a chloride of mercury, and is perhaps the commonest drug to give for eonstipation. It is a whife powder, and any dose up to the' top dose, which is five drains, may be given according to the age of the iatient and the nature of the, case. e Black wash" is a solution made. from calomol. and is a good antiseptic lotion. The celebrated 'lununer's pill contains calo mel, one part, sulphuretted antimony, one uart, guaiacum resin, two parts, castor oil, three-eights of a part and alcohol (90 per cent." one-eight of a part. The dose of the Dill is, from four to eight grains. -Whit nrecinitate ointment is nmade by mixing. ammoniated mereury, eue part, with white naraffil ointment, nine parts. This is about the most satisfactory ointme...
POLYPUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
POLYPUS. Polypus in the nose is a common cause of obstruction to free breathing through the nostrils. It is not so common in chil dren as it is in adults; this helps to dis tinauish the condition from the obstru tion known as adenoids. which is far ;1 moner in children. Polypus should i ~ neglected, as apart from the hai.,f breathing through the mouth, which ~ self is very undesirable, the polypus ~g~ give rise to complications in tile bones and internal passages "of the nose. There is one passage which leads from the nose un to the forehead; 'if this passage gets blocked up it interferes with the free flow of mucus from the forehead down into the .nasal cavity and the result is a frontal headache.
A USEFUL REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
A -USEFUL REMEDY. Mercury is' one of the most powerful drugs 'in'. the w"hole of the pharmacopoeia.. It, is .used both. as ant external and.: an in ternal remedy.r Grey ;powderl contains mner curv: and cliklk :and is a very. useful: purga tive -for children in very small: doses. The mercury plastbr is a. useful application for many troubles, or 'the liniment of mercury may be used to rub inn a. swollen joint. Blue pill, of 1listoric fame, is simply mer cury with a little liquorice and confection of roses.' The ointment of mercury is gene rally. called blue ointment, and is used for rubbing into.the skin for certain constitu tional disorders.'. An excellent application for ioints that have been swollen-for in stance. for the. knee-joint after an attack of water on the knee-is made by mixing .blue ointment, ten parts, yellow wax, six paits, and camphor in flowers, three parts. It is .known as Scott's ointment. It shoulk be spread like butter on a piece of lint and then nlaced all roun...
Y.M.C.A. V. ELMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
Y:M.C.A. V. ELMORE. The Y.M.C.A. team having the bye in the B.D.C.A. competition, visited Elmore Wednesday, but was only able to get ten players for the trip, Elliott. Massey and Upstill being abtent. The visitors were met at the station after the arrival of the mid day train, and entertained at luncheon at the Victoria Hotel, Elmore. During the afternoon suitable hospitality was. dispensed on the ground in the shape of cool drinks and water melons. The home team batted first, and withdrew at 4 o'clock after com piling 161 runs for the loss of seven wic kets. J. O'Neill played rather luckily for 68. Y.M.C.A. in the time at their dis posal hit up 132 runs for three wickets, Hayhow batting well, for 79 (not out). The pitch beneath the matting played well, and the ground was clean and fast. Th3 visitors returned by the 5.20 train tho roughly pleased with their outing. Scores:-: ELMORE. First Innings. II. Himstedt, b Hayhow .. ...13 R. Dick, c Moore, b H. Glen... 13? P. M'Carthy, b Hayh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
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B.U.C.C. NORTHERN. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 10 March 1914
B.U.C.C. NORT'ERN. First Innings. G. 'Chamberlain, h Hubbard ... 14 C. Thorpe, b Caulfield ....... .. 25 A. Mackay, b Richards ... ...: · A. Turner, b Richards ..: 41 E. Lethican. b Foreter ...... 23 R Penberthy, b Caulfield ... 4 F: Cole, b Richards . .. 0.. O 3 Lathlean, not out' ... ..:45' J. Langdon, b Butters ... 15 ( J. Sims, st Pellew, b 'llsop :' 4 IT. Jose, c Bowe, b RichardsI 0 Sundries .............. ...21. Total ............ ... .. ... 21 'Bowling.--R. Richards, four wickets for 25 runs; Caulfheld, two *for 46; Forsterý one for 30; IIubbard, one for 33; Butters, ono for 31; Allsop, one for 32.