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TARTARIC FOR FRUIT STAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
Pecelina 'md ixpterparing. fiuit- `ind - vege tiagles for bcoo' ing-t ains tih ofii gci dreiad fully Le'.: ionluice ,6f- cois; will irciniov ti, staiiins; .? ;ut tl ,lei on? is j iinot?]waliys cAnd tu'tarino id Tcinoeio the stain 3u as: quickly orýdca?sily Mooetd iin litie t ? taric: acid in" th1 opalrni of:t e ,hi:ia? ? nd uib th flingrs: well wit thllis. :I;The effect is :nagical> K.
NANNEELLA. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
NANNEELLA..A S ettlers liavo . be en under the impression ithat `i luceriie. i aitid the othler. fodders of the-' clovers :vero?; the only crops in feeding, hiich care: had to be eercised, in caiise the units b of their helrds, msight; be "blown." Settler Missen go.t a shock one afternoon last week when he .found several of hi.4 best miilchers in a .:bads. wyy after being dcpastured on millet, whlich he took to bi, quite innocuous iii t.:this regar. Prompt, actioni saved the. animals, but dairymen Should exercise car~'e when feeding this fod., der to their ..herds;, specially if a supply of water is handy .A iimals affected through. eating too copiouslyf of millet should be kept from ivater: till thebo dangerous symp tonms subside.
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
i10WV, ,TO_ NEUTRALISE'DANGEROUS: STOMACH ACIDS. ::eiv:cw ople becides physicians realise tho 1in .oitance. of keeping the.? food contents, ?of :the :stomach frec fre from acid foermnitti?? ticiic IHealthy normal digestion caninoti, talJlcpc while. the' delicate lining of thoe stomanie is :being inflamed and distended biy c'cid .:aiid wind-the results f . ferment ing food in the stomach. To secure: peor feet.:L digFestion fermentation must be stopped ,.: or prevenlitd, and the 'acid neutralised. For this .purpose physicians - :usuially -recommend getting . a little:: 1bisurnied. managn.sia. from the chemist and takin?,hmalf te+naspoonrul i.n a little liot or =cold water inumiediatcly after eatin g. .t.y recommend bisurated magiinesi:: bcciiuse lit is p:leasait to tak?d? ;::has -no .: disagreeablo after e'ffects, and instanttly stops: ferients tion, neitralises : .thoe .acid=i and :, makes, tlh1e. sour acidI food bland, swiet iid a easily digcsted Tr? riegulai. se'l of b:lisurated>...
A NEW APRON. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
A N]EW\ APRON Smarti and UiUseful - I ihve recently seen inew aid viiry pretty apron, which is jist the tlhiif eit.h:er for cooking, .liousewori or gaidenini: Tl,.is aproin twas carried out in ciasencnt: cloth. of tivo colors-a deep ivory and 1 pietty Saxe blue. The upper part of the 'pirohn consisted ,f a ideep yoke of the blue: 3niteril?-?,ii'ich as cut into three poinits, oine. inthe middle and one at each. side. .Tlhis yoke was machined all round the lower edges. The fulness of the apron was taken into four tucks at each side, which *ere set into 'the yoke midway tb. tween the points. " From each s~ioulder came a pretty arrangement of straps made of the blue .inen,. which crossed behind the back. and. fastened on to the apron under each arm. A broad band of the blue material decorated the bottom of thl apron.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
FARMERS' AND CITIZENS' TRUSTEES COMIPANY, BENDIGO, LIMITED. EMPOWERED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLTAMENT TO ACT AS 'TRUSTEE: AND: EXECUTOR UNDER..: WILLS, ADMTNISTRAr.:OR OF; ESTATES, ET'C. SECURITY, £l,0oY WITH STATE RIt ZEA3URER. - iRgisttreil.d OJe JITY CILfBEES . , HIGH STREET. - BFDIG9.
NO TROUBLE TO WASH [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
NO:TRO?UBLE TO W;ASH A -sa.lcopan in whhih milk -rras ben :.boiled;:, is. ftoii ::aýti.oioiblie :to Il:eai?k ;He to i: simplo?, i1l6bitt misil's uccesaýnl1 miiethod. :- ftr, pouring ouit the boiliig :iilk, quick Iy replace t lik ef?? bfore the ; tcam has tiiieid to ?.ewi'spe, 'aid 'allow- :the isai?,c ,la t.o cool bofor :ta'?il lg, it oiff agan.si 'IThen p~ut th? ilndp in cold I teri tor soil.; . n i; c?? c be cleanuec cauclily ~iad casily.
RAYWOOD. 9th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
*^ >RAYWOOD. 9tth January. :'The w e'??~i f ha, iv st is -'practically .over in : thisdistrict ani thie, yields," though not,' uii to 'expctatiions in s'iono cases, were, gent. rallyi ?ery -satisfactoy, -andr will show a g'Fiod prifit on :tihe air's work. .Te wheat i. now edinin tothe i-railivay station free 13y b'Itwe ii 200:0 and: 3000 bags being trucked I;daily. n0 Mondty last 66 loadsc pissed :over thti weighli bidge? and 3000 bags wet tric aed. .-li avestina .is now about finished in our distiet 'iand large qiuantiies o f wheat are i-rriviiig dail.y -.a the raitway. station Tho 'dep:iarti'?ent so :fac isia been. .able to get ;.i.avy th' wliheat in a -vrcy eC'editious man' rii. -r WaVarrin and hlis' staff beoing ept 'i'uey at all hotirs despatclhing tramins with f'ull loads.. The dcimadiaid forf triucks for .t'io ' last fow days: :has: been very: great aiid inless miored triclks are avaiiable. at oco- ' tlheir .iill bet , :. block :at tlic station, ai: the; space available is...
USEFUL HOME IDEAS. HOW TO RENOVATE DOLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
USEFUL HUOIE IDEAS. 'HOW TO RENOVYAT DOLLS. A fhvorite doll, if its Jead be breakable, sooner ior olater comes to grief, and no new -doll :seems : Ver.- to take its place. It is :a good idea When such- a tragedy happens to mvon 1 anobihor:' face from. strong book 1i tslid. : It it easily di.e in the Tcllowing Look .up: a:'c.ai: a? of 'a doll wiith a face as :ner .lili th. broke AiC 0ne as: lJossiole, .n eJC?t. drtwing .r- tracing of -it tbe: re id ii'ed ex:,and . over it pm :a, pice' of Lbdo muslin, :juit a sismall square. Th'e drawiing or tracing will, clearly ,show tliiiou hi : the mnuolin, so tihat the? fleatues and o~julin? of thli faeoe may ..boe put 1?• i?ith i iink ? paint with a pen or brush. A peli will do quite well. Use Indian i?lk, iud aiiiply liiue it The lips in o?o tinted i? ? ith red ilnk iird i little put ion the checks The°hir cai? ble idcated by wavy atd curved lines : thil foirms £tc1 tirolt .p`ja &lt;thlioeR iad and Sfac±h.'liiik of the head 1iq now tili...
DEATH OF MR. J NELSON JONES. A BENDIGO PIONEER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
DEATH OF MR. J. NELSON JONES. A BENDIGO PIONEER. The death occurred at his residence at Ara- rat on Friday of Mr. J. Nelson Jones, a resident of Bendigo in the early days, and for many years a well-known citizen. The deceased gentleman, who was in his 88th year, removed from Bendigo about 20 years ago, but there are many citizens who were well acquainted with him during his residence here. The late Mr. Jones was born in Lon- don. Upon leaving school he entered the Leamington pharmacy of his uncle, Mr. Geo. Nelson, who was the discoverer of the well- known Nelson's gelatine. The members of the New Zealand firm of exporters, Messrs. Nel- son Bros., were sons of Mr. Geo. Nelson, and therefore cousins of Mr. J. Nelson Jones. Leaving England in 1848, Mr. J. Nelson Jones, after a five months' voyage, landed at Port Adelaide, and opened a chemist's shop in Ade- laide. The rush to the goldfields in Victoria left Adelaide almost deserted and Mr. Jones followed the gold-seekers. He spent some...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES. JONES-BOLTON.--On 9th January, at the Methodist Parsenage, by the Rev. R. B. &nbsp; Roberts, Josiah A. Hurd Jones, Adelaide, third son of Charles E. Jones, of &nbsp; &nbsp; Melbourne, to Lydia E. M. (Sybil) Bolton, youngest daughter of Mrs E. Bolton, of &nbsp; &nbsp; Carpenter-street, and the late Mr. B. Bolton. &nbsp; FINSTER—NELSON.—On the 25th December, &nbsp; 1913 (Christmas Day), by the Rev. C. &nbsp; Hudson, at Holy Trinity Church, North Williamstown, Arthur Alexander, second son of Mr. and Mrs A. G. Finster, of McLaren &nbsp; street, Bendigo, to Eva, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson, of "Evarista," Bunbury-street, Newport. &nbsp; DEATHS. DOWER.—On the 6th of January, at the Castlemaine Hospital, Jack, the dearly-beloved brother of Mrs. W. Williams and Mr. J. M. Dower, of Myers-street, Bendigo. DOWER.—On the 6th inst., John Dower proprietor "Ne...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
OBITUARY. Mr. Charles Brown, a well-known and respected native of Eaglehawk, died on 5th inst. at the residence of this brother-in- law, Mr. W. R. Tardif, Harrison-street, Bendigo. Deceased was a single man, 42 years of age. He was an old and popular driver on the Bendigo and Eaglehawk cab ranks for the past 20 years. &nbsp; Word has been received in Maldon of the death in a private hospital in Mel- bourne of Mrs. Sarah Clarkson, wife of Mr. Geo. Clarkson, head teacher of the Maldon State School, after a long and painful ill- ness. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved husband and only son, Mr. W. D. Clarkson, solicitor, of Collins-street, Melbourne. The interment took place at the local Cemetery Tuesday (writes our Inglewood correspondent) ,of the remains of the late Mr. George Ingram. Many years ago the &nbsp; deceased gentleman filled a position in the Inglewood branch of the Bank of New South Wales, and only last year occupied the position of relieving manager i...
INGLEWOOD. 7th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
. INGLEWOOD. 7th January. Mr. Geo. Pallet, the well-known contrac tor, who was the successful tenderer for :the' erection ,f the State Savings Bank building in Inglewood, has made a starf with the work, men Leing now- engaged in demolishing the old building. The new structure wil be a two-storey edifice, starnd ing on the corner of Brooke-street and Chancery-lane, and will be a fine addition to the architecture of the town. 6th January. At theo cyrclusion of the, fortnightly meet ing of the -fire brigade last night, the mom-: :bers; adjouiined to the ' Adelphi .lotel, a lthe invi;,atoii of the May or (Cr. C. J. An "icttY ) whvrei t'Lapital sp'ead had been: pre apaired b Mlirs: I?olfe, the liccnsue. ' Durirng the evenidui th rinedl- owon by the brig teo at thie ireci: Titatingui.la. sports wre -~fri? ecrt:d to -A1'1 winning . teams: In. pro:a's? fl; : the todst of thei buigade, couple d: with: te o name of .Ca inii Boang, the Mavy fei red 'to °h.he agreat: ianterest- t aken ny thei c...
HUNTLY. 6th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
HUNTLY. 6th January. Mr. J. Peatling, of Bagshot, has had a remarkably good yield of both hay and grain. From nine acres of barley he ob- tained 145 bags, a crop of cottage purple returned 12 bags to the acre, and Algerian oats 10 bags to the acre. The hay is estimated to amount to 120 tons off 40 acres.
A STARVING WOMAN. 109 SOVEREIGNS IN HER STAYS. Melbourne, 12th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
A STARVING WOMAN. -109 SOVEREIGNS IN HER STAYS. Melbourne, 12th January. For some five days past the neighbors of Rebecca Crozier, 68 years of age, who resides by herself in Gardner-street, North Melbourne, had not noticed the old woman about. To-day the landlord called for his rent, and as he could get no answer, he burst open the door, and found the old woman apparently very ill. He called in the police. In response to the requests of the sufferer, the police searched a box, in which they found -a pair of old stays. On examination, they discovered 109 sove- reigns and some silver, closely sewn into the garment. The .police took charge of the money, while the old woman was re- moved to the Melbourne Hospital, where it was ascertained that she was in a bad state of emaciation. When Edward Brant was charged at Marion, Ohio. with stealing egc.s, the judge, who evi dently believed in making the punishment fie. the crime. sentenced him to five days' impri sonment on a strict egg diet. "...
SEDGWICK DISTRICT VISITED. GRASS AND TIMBER DEVASTATED. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
SEDGEWICK DISTRICT VISITED. &nbsp; GRASS AND TIMBER DEVASTATED (By Our Reporter) &nbsp; The whole countryside offers wide and free scope for the fire fiend, the long and dry grass waiting to spread it in every direction. As yet the outbreaks in the north have been confined to the Ravens- wood district. The first two were on the west side of the Bendigo-Melbourne railway line. The third occurred on Friday on the east side. &nbsp; Just where it started is known. Just &nbsp; &nbsp; how it started is one of those mysteries associated with almost every bush fire. About 1 o'clock clouds of smoke enveloped &nbsp; Mount Herbert, one of the eminences on the Mount Alexander range of hills, and situated abort 2½. miles cast of the home- stead on Dr Atkinson's Ravenswood Es- ate. Driven by a north-westerly wind, the &nbsp; &nbsp; fire made rapid advance along the range towards the smaller holdings in the lo- &nbsp; &...
THE SEDGWICK OUTBREAK. SPREADS AT WEEK-END. NOW UNDER CONTROL. FIRE-FIGHTERS' GOOD WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
THE SEDGWICK OUUTBREAK. &nbsp; SPREADS AT WEEK-END. &nbsp; NOW UNDER COTNTROL. FIRE-FIGHTERS' GOOD WORK &nbsp; &nbsp; (By Our Reporter.) After a serpentine course of about 20 miles the fire that started on Dr. Atkin- son's estate at Ravenswood on Friday was checked in the Cockatoo ranges, at Myrtle Creek , Sunday evening, but only by the sustained efforts and resourceful strategy &nbsp; of several large bands of fire-fighters. Un- &nbsp; til that point had been reached—three miles beyond "Wilkinson's" Hill—the men failed to stop the advance of the fire. Cer- ainly they held it back on Mount Emu (or Tobin's Hill) for several hours between &nbsp; midnight Friday and 9 o'clock on Saturday morning. But when the wind freshened some desperate fights took place. Between 9 o'clock on Saturday morning and 4 &nbsp; o'clock the same afternoon the fire broke &nbsp; away no fewer than 15 times. On one of these occasions Cr. ...
Eaglehawk—The "Model Borough." [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 13 January 1914
EaglOav1B-T1We. "MVlodI Borolgl." PHOTOS BY W. If. ROBINSON. SBOROTUGH- COUNC.ILORRS AND ,ITAFF. Reading from left to iight.-Ri tilng-Crs. J. Trov a , J Hoop2r, \V. J Dunstan (Mayor), H. L. Ralph, D. Oswald. Standing—Left to right—J. Lightfoot (overseer), J. E. Coulter (sexton), Inspector English, Cr. J. H. Webster, Mr. J. E. &nbsp; Curtain (town clerk), Crs. G. H. Green, W. C. Kidd, and Curator W. Jane. EA.GLEHAW]K FIRALEMN PIRACTISING FOR THE FORTIICOMING COMPETITIONS. T ,' FIlUE STATION. WITH THE HOSE CART IN CHARGE OF STATION KEEPER J. KING, IN FRONT.
DEATH OF MR. C CHAMBER A N. WELL-KNOWN BENDIGONIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914
DEATH OF MR. C CHAMBIR A N. WV.ELL-KNOW VN BI\TDIGONIA-N. Another of f3endigo's pioneers, in the pei :ron- of 1\Ir. Charlhs 'Chamberlain,. expired at lhis residence, Barnard-strcet, at. 6 o'clock la.st evening. The deceased uentltle, miian; who was a nienmbar of the wvell-known liS inlw firli c Prit liardl and Chamber lain,: ild: been ailing for -the 4ast three imonthiiS ,.: id. hliad : beeni 'ri ousllv -ill =, f'Jr about 'a fboitniight nririor to hlis . atii.. .?.is tonditio n .becamcne giral aliy wory); ani? his 1,edical daviser (Dr:, .'illiI ) c id ut n hope for,:lris: r corcr1v. AMi :Chamberlai.i, though akee busines: man ; ns ocf a .i.e t hrin.m ,mdi±s?9itiicn; and did not take anac tire pi:rt in :i Llic af:urs.- bat he. was vi.ryf (Bartlett Bros.' rhot6) ). popular owinn . to ,his sterling character. lie was born in the county of Middlesex, 10 miles. from London, in 1837. -He left4 school at adi early age, and entered a: bakery to learn the trade.: Eventually he became ' a com...