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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

o?EDIC POUMADE, ror the head, strikes :infesting vermin dead.. One application cie stroys vermin, Kills nits, heals sores, cures ringworm. All chemists. Small, 1/; large, 2/, extra large, 3/6. W. A. London, Bendigo. and J. Lay and Son, Eaglohawk, sell Pedio; and packed with nit comb. 6d extra.

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EASTER FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

EASTER FATn.-A joint meeting- of the committeeg of -.he Bendigo Hospital and -Benevolent Asylum was held at the Hotel :Shanxrock Tuesday afternoon to -make pre liminary arrangements for the holding of the 1914 Easter Fair. Mr. D. Andrew (MKayor of Bendigo) presided, and Messrs. -W. J. Dunstan (Mayor of Eaglehawlk), A. .Dunstan, S. 11. M'Gowan, J. Beckett, G'. .J. Sweeney, C. R. Stilwell, M. Cohn, J. B. Young, R. Saunders, J. S. M'Ilroy, and< H. M.? Marks whlio was appointed permanent secretary of the fair by the joint commit tees last year) were also present. A formal resolution that the Easter Fair be held again this year as heretofore in aid of the charities was carried on the -motion of Mr. S. I. M'Gowan. It was resolved to invite the various friendly societies and other bodies interested to send delegates to a meeting of the general committee at the Town Hall on Friday, 23rd January. On the motion of Mr. Marks it was decided to invite Messrs. J T. O'eIIlloran, J. Dent...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ACROSS ANTARCTIC. U.S. RIVALRY SUGGESTED. LONDON, 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

S ACROSS ANTARCTIC. U.J. RIVALRY SUGGESTED. LONDON, Gth January. A stiiggestion that an American expedition anny compe~to with him docs. not worry S.r Ernest Shacklcton. "The Antarctic regions," he says, "do not belong to me If anything in tLhe Tcturo of L. race taksc plvce, I shall d) my best to win." Many subccriptions towards the cost o." Sir Ern.cat Shackletou's expedition are be ing, received, ra.ning front four shillings upward. Mrs. Joyall (to Billy, crying after play ing snapdragor)-"Why, tears? Didn't you gcot anything?" Bill (amid sobs)-"N-no. As soon as it started, that man with the eyeglass collared my hand and didn't stop kissing-kissing it till the gas was up again."

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TECHNICAL SCHOOLS. EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

TECHNiCAL SCHOOLS, T EXAMINATION RESULTS. T]o Educational department has: an-i nounced additional results as follvs :: BE3hNDIGO SCHOOL OF LINES. Arithimetic.-Pass-.George .E". lernaghan: :51;Jariies iarris, 51. Trigonometry. :.G ie I-Pass-William . Villiams, 67 Tlioms W HaIIltiborn 59; Alfred: A;. F Horbury, 62- .Beniiaihin; N Ewards 52 JohnD.: Saiunders,=:' 54;l, laiKrriy .: George, 47 ; George C; :Whic tto,i. 4- James D. Huad: . clihanics and . lerit -Giado?I .-Pass: :HIanmiill, 53, Janos :R: Dickson 50; :Jam.s D. lThIusoi, oO George G Wheato S :Appl d M1hcinic"s-Grade IT Pass As:l fred :A : ;HoI'bt?i; 70;' .Williaid A W?l:? .il in: 62 Keai eth" H.' 3 OiFphiant, :.50 J?names G. Fdei 67 Griade IIA Pas Thoin?is D Anderson; :58 Iarold .L: Bi gs 50: GriLd 1H -Pass, credit :,Geoffrey T. Abobtt, 582 Ca rl Gonaunn, 80. Pas'a T, omasi D 'Aldefoii, .72 Janmes.-. Fodeir 62:. : Engineeriing DIrraving:-Gradei?.-- Ir ss creditt J : mes D.3 Iudsoi 75; Algei ion II: Jo?ko2 ?; 90 :T Reginild W '...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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MEATLESS DIET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

MEATLESS DUiT. Potato Pie.-An appetising dish, which is planned to be The main one in a dinner, is a potato pie, as follows:---Shell five hard-boiled eggs and cut them into slices fairly thick. Mash a pound of cooked, po tatoecs and mix them with a heaping table Epoonful of butter and two tablespoonfrlrs of the beat cream. Season, with salt, pep per, and a very little nutmeg. With this line the bottom of a buttered earthenware dish. and place In it a-layer of the sliced eg(Is. Scatter over this chopped parsley and cover with a little white, sauce. Con tinue alternate layers of potato, sauce and egg until the quantities are psed. Let the last Jayer be a coating of sauce, and cover the top with mashed potato smoothed carefully. Mark a neat pattern on top, brush over with beaten egg; and hean t in a- moderate oven for half a.i hour. Deco fate of top outlines witih parsley bits. Walnut Croquct(es. -- One cupful of chopped or ground English walnuts, on10 cupful of mashold potatoes, one t...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEEPING CHILDREN BUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

KE EPINCG CHILDRN BUSY. There is. an old saying Satan finds some mischiief still For idle ]aiids 'to do ['This, is, p ,iiuticitluly. applicablle .vwhcre young chdildren are concerned. OceUpationi ::for: cliildlron mneains happiness, andb some t:iiciose tends to koep .their feet in' the paths of ?:safety and rdctitude: Little ooncs -who e havoe iotthin?: to :do ar r.e invaiiably' and in it cvitably: fretful . and mischivcyous So it. is .wise for; mothers .. to find. suitable and .varied. enmployinont for their youn- 'folk. a avorite pursuit : becomes monotonous :if..indulged irtoo long;, and the guiding Sspirit? of thte ?ursery mus·t'irck". her 'brains for 'a :change of occupation- when ýthe:, chil .dien .aro. conned to' the liouse by bad wcea thor. Silveri. paper .which comnies from chocolate, jipackages of tobaocco and elsewhere, is prized geneially, t. houh tihe little ones often .do not lknow wh.t to do with. it. If 'a tiny i'ball is .formed of the -first piece; and other portion...

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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FOOD DRINK AND EXERCISE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

, .FOOD. ^DRINK AND> IFXE~ipISE.^;-\ Always cat. very slowly; bc tlce ltLto firsish. E::t any good food thlicr. .is ino rT.{son to be faddy. Avoid pa'tr, inuf fir.s, new bread, and stodgy puddings Eat rlaIt of fresh' fruit, brown briaid p.or .idge. TeŽ is very constipating, aind ex cei&ivo tea-drinlink ,is a common cause of coinstip'a ion, espccinlly in woimen. 'o 'yo. in cood order after 'bin' constipated, give rp te altogether for thrc week s. j ' i'he imore e'ercian yo. can get in ithe fribsh iur tl, better, indl convcrsely, sitting on: aa 0offico n'ool 1al dciy in n stuffy roon. i the ' voist thinc for this complaint.. lrink a I:rrge o itumbljc of .water' the last thing at ichlt. A libor'l amounti of liquid should lba ta l'o' du.ling the diay. A diet which is too ldr'y will soon nmake you coistipated. )c-giilaril:y is of tho highest inmportance; a special hour hliould be selected aid lkept to with int'ailing regularityryevery :day. 'Tho w'itness in a luw case was ano....

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CURE CONSTIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

TO C'UILU COi STIPATION .., Icr is a lreginrei.: to followd- if£ youj'.hvi:h to b'e cur'ed? of c.lontipationi W\hein:: you lec itp -il h moIh noiowng dl.iig a large g'ass of .water, lio't or cold, before you :takc ar: y :food . L: 'hcli yoi n? ust go througlh .a v ;ew .simpl ci ex'cies for' five or ten 2ii-:Iilutes... .Le I]best e::ercis:s .for this . purpose " :lar St.lios whVicih compn res the abdomen. Stan.ii ' iil.h :the ]ands "raised abocve thle6 head, as lghcilgh iabootl jqr di:" thot ".bend- at. the' hipS, kkeepRing the knees straight, uuti?il :tio tipso 01 the flngeirs toiuch- thlO toes.' iAuothlcri.: good movement is :'to :.rice the ha-n id, o,0 the: sides, well nressed c.:in, -ijust- beloWv;th ie: cdgo of the ribs,-: aid, bend fromrnsid;e :to side. Oir aga. try this. : la hiit on your back" and r t'ci e the hCels ol hth.e fioor.c S:cepigiig th inees straight Tlie objet of .ill -these nmoVemdnts is to :nassage the bowels and liver nid piouiote thei, action

Publication Title: Bendigonian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AUSTRALIA FELIX. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

-'AUSTRALIA FELIX. The Dprosperitie and prospects iof Aus tralia were never higher than in this- thel fourteenta year of the Commonwealti aind; of the" century. No sensational or revolu tioenary event occurred during .th?w past year to check the progress iwhich giv? y?O Sfine a starting place for the year e nvifh'lich we are entering. Climatic conditi?~s 'were variable .during the past twelve imonths^ but on the whole favorable to the pri.-'. y lprodiuctive: industries, which are the: l~sis of 'l' sound prosperity. It seems pii.b ablel that the monetary results of this production will exceed those of any:.Ire .ious year, though . after all this ?s ,i.e much to boast of, seeing that both ipopu lation and enterprise have been-- incrjas-V inig. Every additional inhabitant means ,n- additional customer for:. a'nd ?;.onauiiTer lof our products, and though lie may. bo-. comn0i a competitor in one trade ?0aii lsoe b?comes a producer in it, while,; however :small the capital he brings, it i...

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CITIZEN FORCES MOBILISED. CAPETOWN, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

CITIZEN FORCES -MOBILISED. CAPETOWN, 11th January. Eighty per cent. of the citizen force has :responded to the order for mobilisation. There are 10,000 soldiers in Johannesburg, each armed with 50 rounds of ball car tridges. The whole of Natal is active. The citizen stores have been rushed, and prices -are rising. The natives are quiet. A general strike is probable. The publio is calm, feelinr that the Government is in control of the situation. The train servico is fairly ?egular, but the goods traffic is delayed, and is unlikely to be successful. Station approaches and public buildings are heavily quarded. The Natal service is' uninterrupted. The. Government has -guaranteed protection to non-strikers. Mischiet is feared in the workshops, and the military aard has been doubled. : A general strike ballot will be held on Tuesday.

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CASTLEMAINE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

CA \.STLEMAINI7.U `A$SSOC1ATION . Another i'obunid- of: the Wedinesday District -s?ociation matches .ias co.innienced ion W\ct ? esday.. MIaldol playedi Ain glicans in-.' this W\Vtern ':Reser ve.. :Anglicans battled all the afternoon, and: :at:: ;he dawing o stumpils) had d scored 201 r:n tic `:for toliodlo s:8 of twb .i:c!,etsg Sheltfoi ..mhadc. 100o, (not- ott) a ad I lea.aiit'h b1_ (no1 Rut+) N Ehair layet nell bo e11 wh1n he wasc ught . C.U.CC.C pla.I cd Methodists in. the '.Camp Rcserve. -The foriieir, batting fii.t,. scored 103, of -which 13lifield inade"42 : At call, of tijn Mcethodists B.ad' scored 161 frci tlie loss of two wickets (W. Freeman _b Steven. son 46, and W. Baker 54, not out). Both games will be resumed to-morrow. At Kennington Oval the.employes of the 'Bendigo Advertiser" office played a match against Sydney . Flat. The latter team made 32 runs hit its first innings, and the "Advertiser" team knocked up 51, the principal batsmen being M. Mackay' (18) and I. Glci...

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GOVERNMENT'S PRECAUTIONS. STRONG ARMED FORCES. INSTRUCTIONS TO SHOOT. DURBAN, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

GOVERNMENT'S PRECAUTIONS. STRONG ARMED FORCES. INSTRUCTIONS TO SHOOT. DURBAN, 12th January. Although hot a single policeman or sol dieir was to be seen during the meeting on Sunday. there. was the knowledge that the '.town, was full of men who were armed and .instructed to shoot at the first sign of any -:,disturbance. A: QJ'fFITP IN- JOHANNESBUR. G.

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NOTABLE PERFORMANCES. BATTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

NO'] ABLE PERFORMI "INQFrs "13' TTlIniG.'. ,.a R It. 11db~i~c~ (St., LIilia ins,) niot; .out : cuJ R. Miltthcews (Comrades) 130 WLINC J. Elliott: (Y.M CA): 7to ýci_"2 D :G `t'"-7fiI;0 ]). Moode`:(Y;(Y2ie :A: ý3.r M29 (G Claiiibeilain ¾.(B.U.C C NT) S fu, U] J. Forster 4C. :' I(Iians)-) 0 foi, r ]{. Alsop ( St >Kilili's~ r= . for 4 '1'. Prinic (Cedoinhrades) 2 1 f 2

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE PATROLS STREETS. TROOPS SENT TO JAGERSFONTEIN. JOHANNESBURG, 11th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

VIGILANCE COMMITTEE PATROLS STREETS. 'TROOPS SENT TO JAGERSFONTEIN. JOHANNESBURG, 11th January. -.:So:far to-day Johannesburg is quiet. The :reqired number of special police have now .been: enrolled. A vigilance committee is :patirolling the streets, its members wearing ied armlets. Ib 'is expected that armed bI'nrgliers will take charge of the mine na ·:ýtives, "anid so relieve the ordinary police of one responsibility. 'Two hundred men of tire Scottish Horse lhave been. sent to J. agersfontein, where the Basutos: employed at the famous Jagers I:onteiin diamond mine- broke out from tlhii1r compound a.ind raided ithe town. A foi'ce of armed burghers escorted 250 Biasiifos out of Jagersfontein, as they re fused :to return to work. =When seen to-day, Mr. W. W. Hoy, gene "ral m:;nager of the railways at Johannes burg, t was optimistic regarding the main :enance of a good service of trains. Ho anticipates that the normal service will ibe running to-morrow. A few of the railway m "en hav...

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B.U.C.C. N. V. Y.M.C.A. B.U.C.C. N. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

B ..TJ..C N. First Inuing. A Ma ckay b Elliott,. J. Ganviii nc lyhow,1'3 Liholiott 0 G. C- , : M ooti' .e ......" .... 1 Turncilr, i 6liotti 2 r. 6Ponberth, I lbw b . oore- 00 l E. Lethlcau. i?i ?Eioatt i.., .13 J. Langdoii, b 1liott ;.. '. .. 7 Simas, lbw M:;oore . ".: J. L?tIlcan, b- Elliott .i..} .. F.. Bcson, Inot out ..1.1 2 Sundries .. . . .. ... :.; -.. - s loil )3owlingff-. Elitott, seeiiwics runs; D. Mo.or: , thnee for" i 2j S.? L'r " B e -;:D> 1 irst Innings. J.S ,ayliow st: Sinis; b Ch: .Chamb erlain-i..... ... .. i 'lgelsenn , c P b i.in b iAt D. Moore, b ; liamberlain ...-' S ie: :. , T si I ,ui CT. bZ:.!.^-^. *eiain... 27 Ily' Glen, Langdonb ILtti T. .iMassl,:.ey. c Pebehy GClnav)erlain 4 iii A. .reisiinn, f and b Chamber lain .. ... .4 Tremb¶th ?:;:..out:.. . .T. Elliot-t b Cliabeilain:u ,A. iHaleyi' b haberlai 0 Sundries.. 4. ^ .: .. ;. .. .. 1 .. Tot'ial 9. .. . .. .. .. .. Bowlingifl-. ChGunierlai, :ight ~i7o:i w. Lethi?lcn, two; fori34-.|;: :. ST .RILIAN.S V CO...

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KEEPING NATIVES IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

KEEPING NATIVES IN HAND. Thie mineowners of the East Rand are p~aying the men special rates to keep tho natives in hand. fi

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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PRIME MINISTER'S STRONG ATTITUDE. "TWO GOVERNMENTS IMPOSSIBLE." "A FIGHT TO A FINISH." DURBAN, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

PRIME MINISTER'S STRONG. ATTITUDE. "TWO GOVERNMENTS IMPOSSIBLE.," "A FI3TIT TO A FINISH." .TUR3BAN, 12th January. General Botha, the Prime Minister, said that tvwo Governments were now impossible, :fiandthlus must be a fight to a. finish. :This declaration, coupled with the Go ?,.vernment's definite plans, has produced a great impression in Labor circles.

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PIETERMARITZBURG RAILWAY MEN REJECT STRIKE PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

'PIETERMARITZBURG LAIL WAY MEN hREJECT STRIKE PROPOSALS. A ballot has been taken among the rail. way men at Pietermaritzburg. It resolved in the strike proposals being rejected.

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DRIVERS REFUSE TO GO OUT. DURBAN, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

DRIVERS REFUSE TO GO OUT. DURBAN, 12th January. A ballot of railway men, taken yestexr day, favored a strike. The majority of the drivers; however, were against the strike, and they declared their intention of working while pro tected. . Nevertheless, these men have agreed that they wvill not work trains for the tRand.

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OUR COUNTRY SERVICE. BAMAWM. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914

OUR COUNTRY SERVICE, BAMAWM. 9th January. Preparations are in full swing for the sowing of winter fodder throughout the settlements according to Mr. Elwood Mead's advice. Berseem or Egyptian clover will be hugely sown with oats, barley, etc., alone, and in con~unction. Some settlers are dis posing of their miilchers, with the intenton of confining their operations to the raising of fodders for sale. Where the lucerne c:rol:s have been properly cut and trussed good prices have been available, and the market is growing. Settlers' melon and piumpkin crops should soon be available.

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