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MINERS' PHTHISIS. RAND DOCTOR'S EXPERIMENTS. PROMISING RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

MINERS' PHTHISIS. EAND DOCTOR'S EXPERIMIFNTS. PROMISI1TG RPESULTS. At the fortiighitly meeting of -the Ben digo branch, F.M.E.A., on Thursday, Mr. T. Hicks, the president; brought undcr notice a lengthy report' in - the: "Rand Daily L ail" Jola.nuesiburg) of 11th Novemberilast de ling witlf:" ,...supposed: cuire for mninersh' 1;lthiisis. TI'rl paper, h3 stated, -had . been I ndcd to himu by a ainer.- who had just rcturn'd from ES?uth Africa, and as 'hi .. - 1ievcd the, statenments -of ires of the dise-age to be true, he sun gested t-lat; actioin ishourl be t"k'c:- to directt d l:-attention of the Victorian -overinment. to0 tlie matter. withl a. vinw to ree if oniie steps could be- taken int e -St ?c to hive the cure tisted Mr:. \V' Harris nioi ioione'd that. soie timeime igo the V:ctoriau tovernti.Tneit . Lad :.commnuniia-r - ted with the Souith African. authorities oni the subject, but iie hliad · niot. eeii nity reply" tubli~shd. Evi. itually it i.'was. decided t; irqi'.-st the F....

Publication Title: Bendigonian
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ST. KILIAN'S BEAT COMRADES COMRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

ST. KIULIAN'S BEAT .COMR&DES COMRADES. First Iunin s . .. . 3 Second .Inlinge. T. Prince, :. Caulfield ... : 33 T. Daykin, ?' f=ubibard, b-,Allsop 4 V. - Smith, :b Forster ... . 0 SG. Ninnia, c Allsop, bl Forster.. 3 I.: Matthews, .b Allsoi, .. . .. 5 W.. Miattl'ews, c H1ibbnrd, b Caulfield ... ... ... ... ... ... . PW. Atkinson, b Caulfield. .. .10 W; bi'owli, b. Caulfield. 6 B. Bishop, e Bowe, b Caulfield 10 A. Leggo, not out .......... 3 C. Nanko:vis, abooet .. ... ... 0 Sundries ... ... ... ... ...... 13 Total ....... ... ...... 83 iBwling.-Forstor, thieo for 12; '.-aul field, four for 17; .Alicop. two for 28; BRich: rds, nono. for S; Hubbard, none for 0. ST. KILIAIN'S. Fir st Iniil~ds. SR; ihai'i-ds, b R. "Matthew; 100 G. Kirby, lbw.', b Brown ... ... 2 P. B6we, b R. Matthwcs ...... 1 :R Allsop: c and b Prince ... 26 5. Forste', .c Iatthews, b Prince. .... .. ... .. .... 4 E. Hubba:'d, b WV. Matthcew 6.. H. Carrigan, b R. Matthews ... 30 I. C(*, b I. Matthews.. .. O lt....

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BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

BOWLS. T:he., si'ngle-han.ded championship -I o":1:i Ncrthl-westorn Bowling A.sociation itrvill; ?zb: 'played: :orinthe Bendigo district bowling greensc on" Mod iiy,' 26th Jainuary (Foundation ..Da3,iy. It :ia niiticipated that a large number, of :en .. tries vitwll ba reocived by the secretar Mr. W:.J -!W Iredahl, Castlemaino, to whom no'umina .tipits must be cent by Thursday, next, at :8 :.mi Our Castlemaine correslpondent states that a:h effort will be made by the executire committee to use the two Bendigo greens andld the Eagleha.wk green in order to facilitate. play and finish iIn one day if possible. :Theie is a, postponed match between iefn digo and Woodend still to be played beforeo the o:first round in the A competition is com rlActed. This should have been played :o 10th1 Decemben r last. There is some talk of B3ndiigo clatininLr the match ,owing to Woo0d ond not having given sufficient. notice .ihn ,writ :irg-three' days-according to the i rulCes W oodeind' hair wrivtten ...

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A PENNANT. SOUTH BENDIGO BEAT WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

A-- PENNANT. SOUTH B1ENDIGO 13BAT W0TQOODND; l Three matches in connection with tlhe A ýennant competition were played .¥Vednes * day. The South Bendigo club -'sent :a.teamii to Woodend, and secured an-r easy v;ictory.i. "yer the' local team. : Three riuks were' played; and on two of these the .visitors proved victorious. The .most decisive .vic tory was -secured by A. E. `Brown's:' quar tet, . who finished 27 up. -:'Scores : South 3endigo-t8.;: 1Ferguson, R. W. W. rown, Allsop, A. E.': Brown .. ......... : .. . ... 37 Lenniett, Garvin, Laidler, Ward:.. :28 Mason, M`'Whirter, Leaney,: Goyne ;:... 1?l Woodend---58. Overf.on, Coolp, Crow, Daniel -.. ..;:. :10 DE.ans, M'Kenzie, Thompson, l ishier .;- 23. 'Johnston, 'Morris, HIayes, Jougebloed 25I EA GLEHAWK BEAT CASTLEMAINE. Thie A penniant match between E'aglehia:wk cud CaitIemainio was playie'd IWednesday at -Ctastlerine . The gruen was in fine order and ,gave general satisfaction. The visi :mes did not arrive until a quarter pads. 4...

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WHEN KITCHEN TOWELS WEAR OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

HIJIDŽ . KITCHEN TOWELS19 171) - OUT. : 1Vhcn lc'' chen. towels bcomec thin, lily ti'o t of the 1dae io togecther, onIC olfl jop of : tho othir, = 1:a stitch naound .the edgcs -c! -tlhe ixic'1iiiw 'also, diagonally acrao tiho 1z ddk. ' he double: towel will ,last- for a long time.

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TO TEST POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

TO TEST POTATOES. °ý Cut a raw 'potato in two, I'rub tht' cul, si?lfocs together a few tinies, and press the .hahl.s together. If they stick, the potatoes are good and containl starch; if they do not, they aro iiot worth buying.

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USEFUL HOME IDEAS. PERMANENT SEASONING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

USEFUL HUME IDEAS. PERMANENT SEASONING. Keep) aun oonon plantdC in a flower pot. When a lit'tle seasoning is necded, clip Ii'om thJ young lihoots. Tlio shdots can lo cut fine and used in. a Ealad. .-,

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EARLY MORNING. A LITTLE CRYSTAL OF THOUGHT FOR EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

EARLY MORNING. A LITTLE CRYSTAL OF THOUGHT FOR EVERY DAY IN TIIHE WEEK. Sunday:-If your neighbor's misdoings are gunder discuseion, try to change the sub. ject as quickly as you car. AMonday.-Don't forget that the : way to make people love you is to let thenm ::do things *for you. There is danger even in being too capable sometimes. Tuesday.--Don't shift the blame on .o0 fate when things go wrong. It is far moire likely that it is you yourself who hav failed in some way.. Wednesday.-Wihen- you get discontented remember that `"the chair whatu's most corn-' fortable is always the one yoii ain't a-sit tiihursday. Friends,. in this world ofi hirry And work and sudden enid, If a thought c~ines quiick of doing': •_ A kindness .to. a friend. Do it that . blessed: miiiute; don't put it off, don't wait. 1What's the :use of doing _ a kindniess if you do it a day too0 late? Friday.-If you ever. come: to :a; timu:, lien you feel :perfectly satisfied with yourself, you may be quitek certain that...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

r ', ' r . C * -' a' MPORTANT TO EVERY WVOMAN. MRS. M. P. STEWART, Of the Headquarters Sfaff of "THE LADIES' COLLEGE OF HEALTH." 46 Elizabeth street, Melbourne. will Visit Bendigo on them first and second Thursday of each month, and may be Consulted at the City Fanmily Hotel from 10.30 a.m. till 6 u.m. - Every woman .who 'is the viYtLr of ill health, or .who is threatened wil . critical operation, and every wife who . 'is neon dis appointed in her desire to fill thne noble mis sion of motherhood, should seek the skilful advice of Mrs. Ste?wart, who is the only lady visiting Bendigo authorised to suipply Dr. D. M. Coonley's celebrated Orange Lily Home Trcatment. Those who cannot call personally are invited to send 2d for nostage to Dept. 9, Ladies' College of Health. 46 Elizabeth street.. X-lelbourne, foi a free copy of "Woman's Guide to Health," a book' whicb every woman should .poseess, RASH-ON IHES AND SHULDEERS Burning Irritation, Worse Night and Morning, Cuticura Soap and Cuticu...

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RIFLE SHOOTING RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

r 1?FLE. SIlOOTIENG-.< Durinug the. week 'South Bendigo coin Spleted :itsl 9C0 yards matchl, hlile :at Wells ford · D Comipany club., fired an event at. 300 ;yards.. The Bendigo club'.ojieuis 1914 'n it:h a 300 yaids niatcal on 28th and -31st January South;l Bendigo is trying to adrrange- a imatchr at Poit Melbourue with Port Mel boutrine oil 28th Febrharay. 1::'le Jatiary. match; of -D. Cominany, : fired ait W?ellsfoid ona 10th .inhst: and W?¥tedntesday list; was ':won. byI :Major J. Adams. The distance was 300 'yards, -10 shots: The win ner; Wvith- 43, .was highest :rifle :scorer, and the hient .,.best wvere, Banndmaster Nornian 'anid, Color-Sergeant :Sa,yerss; 41 :each. The iprizewini ers weete ---Major Aditms, 49; Pte. Acocks, 49; Col Sgt ::Sayers; 47?- B. V.. Norniaii, 46 t, . 'oM'C!`urrach; 44; Pte. Teaguee 41; Qd S . Boight 40: Sgt. Mur ray,; 38 GCol Sgt .Barret, 38 hi:=- e . ill, as -usual. be Belidigo and .distritiri iflemen :coinpetinig at the Port :Ml~ell~brneo...

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TESTED RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

TESTED 'RECIPES. Slry: rury. -This is a eliabloe irecipe for curry, and makes a. very t.:asty -dish : One :poundi of "ra. beef, cone tablespoon" u of=. b7iitteril two ;.mnedium-sized: ..i onionsg. one idessertspoonful of?-.. pliun conserve, i wo tablespoonfuls of. curr.y ,polcwder, ,.one ]largoe teaspoonful of cliutney, a little ti lt ledon juice,. cocoanut, ;i.' a ounce 'f raisins, a. chopped gherkin, : buhli .of heibs one a2lce. Ct!t. the meat ýinto niieat pieces abouti :i iiclih spcuare. Put .the buiiettrei °for :five irinutes : ver a slow fire. Add atl mei., ,"nd :spriikle the curry powder ovei: iti':ii) Stif constantly, letting. all fiy together for:, a'nout; 10 iMinutes. ::?.'ild the chuitney a:.nd. a i.ttle :.alt; aind, half a --: int: of, stock.and i -he li ribs: When the meat 'is tear; ei , add .at. spoon ul :of lemon .juice "iiianda slpooilfl oir t." o o:f: grated fireshi or desiccated cocoaduilt : Scryve .ricee either: sep'hi'rtely : or-bordering the dish. All curries mus...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

UJSEFUL flINTS. iroad 13cas T IF hc'sus an- old, boil ti em in ;L little .a1ltc ec teri till the skinis crlck; drain itnd throw into cold water, whecn tho skins will easily blip off* thu. you- may finish cooking the beans in eithi r 1a ter or parsley or beellnael sauce. If cooked in water, add some butter and l:e.ppr when they are well drained. To Poach : Eggs.--'lTake the number of ~egs you require, break. inito sfeparate tea c. ps, stand the cuaps in a frying-pan. of boilinsg water, and let them remain for .ibout ten millntes. Then slip a' knife:: round tlihe .egg, and it will come out, per fectly free from water, and 'quite ·whole Keieping Butter Cool.--To' keep butter cool diosolvo a littli saltpltre in cold Iw.atetr, put this in a large boivl, and stamd t;he. basin containing the butter in it, allow ig,thle w-ater. to reach nearly to. the top of the , butter bowl. Cover ; the small bo wi, , itl p piece of' musliin, piicinig the end. :to rest in tthe saltpetur:wa.tci'. lhis wi k...

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THE OLD GOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

THE OLD GOWN Snots and marl. on -wo6llen gowns, are easi?v removed; by ruhbbing them '. -vith a> cake of, magnesi-a. Han , the gown .away for a day v:or two, and then briush :-thr rou hly.- If the snot has not .entirely diis; appeared, repeat the process. Other gnwn, besides those of wool cScan.often be cleanted by this mea.ns, and laces that are slightly soiled are freshened by rubbing them Dwell with" magnesia and allowing it to remainu on the lace for a shorf time6. Women who travel much. not? infrequeutly" find Itheir skirts spotted with train oil, 'and bicyclists, suffer similarly flooun a" too generous lubri cating of their. wheels. 'Cold waiter-and soda will be found miuch more effectual in removing traces of this sort of :accident than t?h more usual application of- ho£ water, as t hat. is: auite likelTy to "set? the grease, A good way to clean silk consists of sponging 't with equal parts ;of black tea and vinegar. Shake the silk untId ili is nearly dry, 'whereupon press...

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H.M. THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

FHAL ;- THE BABY. Here arie a" fewi poinits worth bearing int mind. Remember that .a v-ery: fat baby. has seldom so much "stayingf poweir" as one only moderately :fat. There'.is; iiothing ito be alarmed: about if a baby does not make any attempt to walk ,before it is a' year old. When a- young babyyawans wiidely :al' ways put ;the tip of your :finger under its , chint so as to i-re?cent straining of the jaws. A baby nursed :by -it inothe --or :.'a :wet mnurse--has; a better chance 'of i-esisting amny infectious : illness. that comSe its bway than one reared .on the- bottle. Do; not :imaine that '"huliinised" iflilk bought at .a :dairy is the, same: as hiumani milk: It, is ilbt. No artificial iprod:liuct is ever. ,.the:, same' as the real thing: i Ne-er- place' cot' oir pranim. facing- the light if the child kIis. quite young, as the stron?- light is b'ad for the eyes, and also" causes the child a:, great deal of suffering. Never allow aq : youn.'g inifant to: lie continually on --it...

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VOLCANO IN ERUPTION. DISASTER IN JAPAN. THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST. ANCIENT TOWN DESTROYED. VILLAGES WIPED OUT. TOKIO, 13th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

VOLCANO IN ERUP ION. DISASTER IN JAPAN. THOUSANDS OF LIVES LOST. .ANCIENt TOWN DESTROYED. VILLAGES WIPED OU', TOKIO, 13th January. : Particulars have ndw reached here of -the great eruption of the volcano of °Sakura-shima. which is, situated on fan: -island on the iuii of Kagoshima. The first eruption took place on Satuirday morning. So terrific was the force that -enormous blocks of stone were thrown 2700ft. into the air, and some of them were carried as far as 20 miles. Streams of lava poured down upon and -overwhelmed three villages on the island. Many of the inhabitants were killed. The -remainder fled in boats to the town of Kagoshima on the mainland. The lava had set the island on fire, and -the flames. swept over to the mainland. FuYrther eruptions occurred and carried the lava stream on to Kagoshima, with the .consequence that the ancient town caught on fire. Its inhabitants fled, but hundreds were trapped and perished. The fear striclken refugees crowded into freight trains...

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THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY.[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE FLAMBARDS MYSTERY. CHAPTER IX. NARROWING THE ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

t i [ALL EIGHTS RESERVED.1 E FLAMBARDS MYSTERYI BY SlIr WILLIAM MAGNAY, BT., or of "Tho Ifeiress of the Season," o Red Chancello " "The MIaster Spirit,"; Eto. _ CHAPnTER IX. -' ; NARIRjOWING rTHE iBSSUE;^: drew up) '. ;chair bytihe rire-i for.- my or and set :a, box .ofcigarettes :by ould you miind strikin g a-match for ho said, taking one? ". have hurt [land." .aw tl.t ch kept a. i -ic1k love. on hi IIhal1t . W n ) l had. lighted his cigir zhe -t dv:n withl ai.ietufi of thel.ncr :rcje cit i ess wvhicllih iad beien noticeable r, fir',, nicotingI'..'i. ' njiite: of a certailu Spll, cl enslior asil tc what inight h itr i. could not l;ielp! serirtinising niy, >aion, now it ~s .ideitityc.: . ,n to !c, with aionjsdcribloe ;curiiosit. ceicd it firolt glance idios; couin ceiv-e ti bl this gentle,. suavie youniigloo-]?iig with lt" nervouisly pologe :ic iiian cuiid hie tle "sitltc, deterrnined c;"-' .fll I'olt, of whom.-bII oelid h licircl?rsidic'hi atic ltorie. Bt; I V-is .sooi G tiotid ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

SEVf~RE BACK I CHE CURED BY SEVERE BACKACHE CURED BY DOAN'S PILLS. DOAN'S PILLS. Mrs. A. Goudge, 90 Ophir-street, Gol. A 'bad 1 ack is Nature's sgn~ l of den-square, I3endigo, sys--'"For some distress, a call for help from the Kid. 'time I -:have *sufered from very severe neys. The Iczhnilg tells of a danger- . backnahe, and it has been so bad that I ous congetioni that oabls the Kid- could ihardly get about. I also had bad neys of Ltheir blood filtering power, , headaches, and felt dull and tired, with nor paiuful: wasting iuflanimati:ans. no energy to do anything. At night I There is. immediate need fori Doan's . had. very little. rest,, owing to the con I3abkacho Kidncy Pills .o relieve the - stant pain A frid advised me to try pain and heal tihe diseased Kidneys' Doan's Lackache Eidsney Pills;, and4I to ward off. more fatal and :paiufil disorders. am very glad I id so, for after I had ,"ý .L.taken the' first bottle I got relief, and by the time I hyad taken thlree bottles stor e...

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SEVERE WEATHER IN AMERICA. BELOW ZERO IN NEW YORK. FISHING CRAFT WRECKED. NEW YORK, 14th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

,::SEVERE WEATHER IN AMERIC BlELOW ZLRO IN INEW YORKE. FISHING CRAFT WTLKECKED. NEV YOlK, i4th- Janusf Exitremnely bite.. weather is being erientced -iin tlohe eastern portion of United : States.:` The 5temperature in 'York to-day fell belowv zero. Nine de resiulting. eitbhr diictly or" indirectly the -severo weather,'i ]ikve beeh reportcd Manny 'fishing ?:chooniers have been w1 uiong ;ihe cd?e 9f ?:?M;saclusetts, but tiuiately the loss of ,lif hlias been lig

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FIRES IN NEW YORK SLUMS. 1000 HOMELESS IN MID-WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

" FI1U31S: IN NEW :YORK SLUMS. ^_. -100'0-HOMFLESS IN MID-WINTE A. disastroiu?;series of fircs has occtu in Ah6poiorer quarters . of New York thi: week.- .The efforts of the firemen ' cople witli -the conflagrations at the It cwro handicapped by the water free One .;unfortunate result of these fires thliat 1000 poor people: have been rends Thiiicless at the:l time of . y.ar when cold is-, most ins±ense , The burned T ihOw present hit extraordinary. spectacle; icicles hang fromi: every charred beanm rafter.

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COMPARATIVE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 20 January 1914

COMPARATIVE TABLE. 1888. 1889. 1890. Oz. Oz. Oz. January ... .... 11,715 9,994 11,146 February ... ... 13,687 11,590 17,844 March .. ..... . 13,854 . 14,904 .14,812 A.pril ... .. . 1 ,195 12,852 1 13,558 May .. .. .. 12,798 10,952 '14,006 Jiaine . .:... 15,225:. .10,409': 12,506 July ......12,6 9,996 12,284 August. .. . .13,482 12,441 12,930 = -Septemuber ...: 17,883 :_ :13,881 12,;397 SOct·ober ... .i. 16,048 :11,055 ? 0,668 c November ...: 15,161: 14,529 .10,700 December .. 16,637 16,100 15,000 Totals ... ... 174,581 148,703 157,851 DIVIDEND MINES, 1890: SYield. Divs. Os. £ Catherine United .5,126 1,690 Dixonis Tribute . . 2146, = 3,000 F'or t'ium Hustler's ..... . ::2,752 2,800 Great :Extended Hust. 4,235 1,700 Hercules & Energetic .:. 3,423 5,250 Johnson s _:Reef : ...1 . :.. 16;113- 30,800 Lady- Barkly . .. .. 3,426 : 4,800 :Lazarus.... .... . .. 5, 788:: 15,750 Lazarus No.. 1 4. .....,013- 3375 ew Chm Consolidated :6,439? ?. 7,700 New Chum Railway . .8,906 '21,672 New ...

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