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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
USFUL IIINTS W hen slicing bacou, place it with the rtid ? sido doi: n'i and do not cut through the rind' --When the slices --'ire cut slip the. kniiife u:nder ihem as near the iind as pos sible When steami ng potatoes scrub themi :ivell thei place ii. .the steaire ii .lieir ? skins -Cooked ii tliis way nione of ttll"il o it. ment wvill be 1ost Wlhen' inakiiig ial y iastry pass the: flour: thro?gl: a i sieve h' fore minxing, id use wiater sparingly When mcandles are too simall for the 1holder wrap round the end some tinfoil saved' from tea: packets' :This wii iot: burn, and .the: candle may be used to the end.
TO BEAT AN EGG QUICKLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
TO BEATA? EGL-.QUICIKLY. Break 'th e.a?egg ? into *an ordinary glass tumbler. Place- a piece. of clean tissue paper (white for preference) on the top. Hold it (the paper). firmly down all round to eep ?it ar-tight. : Place the' other hand:at the top of the paper and shake the tumber vigorously two sor, three times.' The egg is tlieli ready for use without any-fur :ther effort, and; is equally:' prepared to: one beaten :or whipped for;l 0? -minutes.
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
GiNERltRAL. At this period of the year poultrvkeepeis who keep prize poultry should. be . on the move. " All promising cockerels and puiiAts should' be picked out and suitably. hosed so as t keep the plumage il. good order and theo lobes and coinbs in good conditionu All', the old show 'stock will need to boe housed also, so -as to got thde-n throughl the -moult before the cold weather set-s i. A iy old place is not suitable for. preparing show- birds, a.lthoughl costly:- -houses ar.' not required.. Whlat is waentedo is a. houise. that is, cool in' hot weather: and .warhii in: cold weather,. wvitli plenty of -ventilitionL: ancd built. s that thlio birds are not cxpo sed.: ;-' to theo.wind, but so tlhat the light can ;ge?t:` in and .thie sun shine oni the birds in .th : morins. -The 1 louse - should have 'a fwcs :" inches :of. little; on the. floor,. and also be .: fitt~d wvitlhi a h.ist, bathln, such. as:. :she,:i?; :vfLe sa."id, :etc.: Charcbal, grit and green / fool :are essential...
COUNTRY STOCK SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
COUNTRY STOCK SALES. Messrs. Watkins. and Kilroy report having held their fortnightly sale at Heathcote on Friday. There was a large attendance of local and outside buyers. Sheep were in strong demand, particularly crossbreds: Cattle. -Trade stuff was very firm. bbt stores met with a dragging sale. We yarded 390 sheep and 79 cattle. :.Quotations:--Sheel---27 me rino wethers, 16/; 25 crossbred ewes, 16/6; '10 do., 16/3; 20 lambs (wool), 15/1; 40 do. (shorn), 13/6, to 14/3; 39 do., 13/; 77 cross bred ewes, aged, 13/6; 146 merino ewes, 4 and 5 years old, '10/10 merino lambs, stores, mudo from 7/ to :9/11.: Cattle.-7 cows, £4/19] to £5/121; 8 hcifers, £4 to £4/8/; 5 cows, £3/ 10/ to £4/12/;! 15 2-year-old steers, £3/9. . Calves sold at 30/ to 37/; small, 15/ to 20/. We sold on account of Messrs. Campbell, Geary, D.: M'Nutt, J. M'Nutt, A. Camp bell, Ferguson Gamble, Hollingsworth, Red burn, Itzerott,* Ellis, O'Brien, Tehan, Moro ney, Kemp;: and others.' Messrs. Andrew: S.. Muir and Co. r...
BENDIGO HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
BENIDIGO HORSE MARKT'.P: Messrs. i\Iason? Bros. report :-A repres.il tative lot 6f horses yarded for this week's sale. In addition to a good entry of lo?al horses, we had a truck of mixed hotses fibii Lake Charm, on account of Messrs. Clough Bros. Buyers were present -in their usual large iiumbers; but -bidding at auctibri lacked dnimation, .apd in conscquqnce onily odd salts were cffected at auction. 'The best portion .of to-day's sales .were. effected privately. The. de niand fotr heay draugh.ts was not keen. Wo had several horses offering suitable for. heavy work, but buyers were not in eiidenoe, fo? this class, and only odd beasts changed hands. "Delivery Horses.-Good young horses were in request at recent rates. Messrs. Clough's con signment consisted principally of this class, and with the competition of the local traders this lot was disposed of at satisfactory figures. Buggy horses alid ponies.-Those forward to, d?ay wiŽre miostly aged animals, arnd did no, realise high figu...
TWO LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
TWO LETTERS. From Mr.: Myles Bcnry Seward, Myles-:i.: w-ood, .Whittington P.O., via Geelonig,: : Vic. . "I' suffered for a considerable time :fiom kidney complaint. I had agonising pain. in my back. and under the shoulder blades, -especially :during change-' of weather. My :' urine was often filled .wit&h,, deposits the .color of brick-dutit. My .appetite was very :poor. and :digestion imperfect. I had very -evero headaches ,and., prostration. Various medicines I tried failed to benefit me until Stried- Warner's Safe Cure. After taking the first bottle I.began.to feel an improve meont in my 'health. This gave nme confi dence:. iin the. medicine acid encouraged nme : to persevero':.with, it. After taking a' fe~i:;I bottles of t...: medicino I: was qiuite ro stored to heailth. From Mrs 'Ada Gray,'- 38 Hanover street, Windsor Vice "For' some sears I suffered from a serioius affectio?n :of the` kidneys aid liver. I had a dull pain in my :back' and: right' side. :I ?'as. also.: t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
£1 PER ACRE. Richest of Fattening Country . - 4500 ACRES, SETTLEMENT: LEASE, WAELL 'situated; open black soil plains, Coolibah and Myall Magnificent fattening. • Bore drains, every paddock, creek, t ank. Comfortable hops, yards, e. ence, six paddocks. £1 po acre. Recommended. Magnificent HUNTER RIVER DISTRICT PROPERTY ON EASY TERMS. 2730 Acres Freehold. TDEAL Lamb-raising and Mixed Farming Country. Rich alluvial fiats and good graz-. ing land. Exer-running oree'. Comfortable :homestead, woolshed, stables, cottage, orchard, garden. No rabbits. Fenced and netted. Twenty miles from rail. £5 per acre. One: fifth cash, balanoo in ten equal payments, 5 oer cent. CHEAP WHEAT LAND. ON WONDERFUL TERMS. AT WELL-KNOWN ESTATE has been placed ini our hands, subdivided into blccks hof -ý- 640 e~res (each), Freehold, 12 to 17 miles from a thriving wheat centre: Sure railway extension lunning through. Rich red and- chocolate soil. Ideal wheat, land, all timber dead. Each block will be delivered to ...
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARKET. Bendigo, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE MARkET. ' Bendigo, 24th January. Good supplies of produce were forward again this morning. The hot veather altec, ed the condition of stocks, particularly, but ter, and in many instances . low prices. had to be accepted in .order: to effect a clearance. For northern : factory butter ?11 d to l dj:, Per lb. was :accepted, whilst the 'ruling ridte: for prime Gippsland- factory butter. was 1l/. Best separator butter realised lld to llid per lb., withi second quality at 9jd. Dairy butter was ,affected by- the ,-hot ,weather, and most of the supply, was of a heated and infe rior nature, being quitted at .8Sd to 8kd. Egga Were ovcr supplied;. and -consequently low rriC-s had to acceptcd, Good fresh eggs sold fron 7d to 7M-L nrr doaen" with a special line up ,to 8d per dozen. 'The market for cheese was .steadyj quotations ranging from 65d to 6d per lb. for newv cheese, and 8d' for riino xmellow inatured lots. Honey :came to hand in large consignments,: and a quantity...
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. ETC. Bendigo, 26th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
WHEAT AND CEREAL MARKET. LTC. Bendigo, 26th January: We quote:-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 per ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat, 3/5 per bushel; oats. 1/8 per bushel; straw, 30/ per ton; flour, .8/5/ per ton; bran, £4/10/ per ton; pollard, £4/15/ per ton: Cape barley, 3/6 bushel;. new lota:toes, Oi nncs, £5/10/ to £6 per ton; Pinkeyes, £4/10/ to £5 per ton; now onions, Globes, £8 to £8/10/ per ton. M?. W. Cowling reports-Wheaten sheaves, £2 per ton; oaten, £2 per ton; straw, 30), per ton: wheat, 3/3 per bushel; Cape barley, 3/6 per bushel; oats, 1/8 per bushel. Maecssrs. Jonecs, Miller and Co. report:- New potatoes, Carnmns, £5/10/ to £6 per ton; Pinkeye3, £4/10/ to £5 per ton, onions Globes, £8 to £8/10/ per ton..
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 24th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE MARKET. Bendigo, 24th January. There was a good supply of fruit and vege tables this. morning, and a brisk demand ex isted, prices still ruling high owing to the warm- weather. A consignment of about 4000 cases and 6000 bunches of bananas arrived in Melbourne on Friday, and about 300 cases came, to Bendigo. The-- were of fine qual ity, and sold at increased prices. A few cases of netv season's grapes were marketed, some particularly fine Rliisen de Dames coming to hand from Mildura. They were re bought at god 'prices. Apricots are finished. Tomatoes were well ~lppli a decline in prices took place. Messrs. Goddard and Cahill repot! bananas, 11/ to 12/ per case; Queensl 11/ to 12/ per case; pineapples, 8/ per as oranges, 13/6 per case; do., imported, 2 case. 28/; do., Sydney, 13/6 per case; lemn ous, 9/ to :10/ per case; imported 30/ per case of 360; eating apples, new, 5/ to 6] per case; cooking apples, 4/ to 4/6 per case; apri cots~medium, 3/ to 3/b per case; goo...
BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
BENDIGO SHEEP MARKET. Between 5000 and 6000 sheep were yarded at': the local sales yesterday, the supply be ing the heaviest since the anew year opened. The pcining consisted of 30 trucks by rail and a' large percentage by road. The quality was very indifferent, the bulk of the sheep being middling sorts, mainly crossbreds, with only occasional lots of primo. In the private sales only a small percen tage of the best sheep was disposedt of, a very large number being left over for auc tion, with the consequence that the sales finished very late. In the private sales the drop in prices compared with those of last .week was not "great, but for all the sheep submitted to auction competition dragged heavily, and prices were fully 1/ below last week's quotations, the market closing dull. ,There was the usual good attendance of local and outnide buyers, as well as a fair number of farmers and graziers, and two Mel _lbournoe exporters. The latter only managed "to secure four or five trucks o...
MALDON. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
MALDON. 20th January. At the Moaldon Police Court on Monday : younlg mla!l named M'TLood was char.ed witli belharin in an cffcnsivo manner in Main-street c)on the iMh iust. According to tih evidenu: of Inspector .Tones and M r. F. WV.IIouse (clerk of courts), they Nere wall:ing across the road, when they Fot; the full. force of a hose turned on them, the inspector being drenched, his companion being more fortunate. On being spoken to, the defendant, who is in .the cmploy of the Shire Council watering the streets, said the occurrence was accidental: Tile defendant stated t?idt he was turning oil a tap, and did aot hnotice the officers, and when he .aw that he had done:t wrong hoe. apologised.. The bench, - cominirsin?g Messrs. Barlow, P.M., and Elliot, J.P., : mi posed a/fine of 5/,. with 4/10 costs. At a .meeting .of citizens on `Mondtay evening it was resolved to hold a. carnival Sol :Easter Monday in aid of the local chari- ties.. Various commiittecs were, appointed, and the follo...
INGLEWOOD. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
SINGLEWOOD. , 20th *Jaiiuary. t the "-Police Court this moriiing,: MVr. ,Ta? l I.-P.M,.? pesiding, I Jos, Deane, .an officer:: of the Victorian Railway: .Commis sioneri, poceeded` against Charles Lee 'for travelling": between Maryborough and In-: alewvood -withont. a ticket or free pass The evidence of ,Chais D. Tanner, stationmaster _it Inglewood, showed. thiat on, the .tth SNovemnier last accused arlrived i at Ingle ,rood by. the 6.5 train from Mfaryborough.. R. produced a sectional ticket, which, however, was not available between Mary boiough and Inglewood or any station be twveeun -those t"tations. The excuse offered :vas that it was an error on the :part of :the company .accused represented inu not in-u clilinr' th.e mileage betweon Maryboroughl iid Inglowood i., the sectional ticket. Wit ness collected no fare frotm him 'The in forimant said he believed its was an error oii the pnart of the anccused. Taking this view oif the matter, the police magistrate 'uaid lie would not, ...
KERANG. 21st January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
KERANG. 21st .Jauumry At thl :Police Couirt to-diy yI. ! F. McCtz-: F was fitned £15, with costs, for fa i:iig to destroy:: thistles on: hii land ..-at Mln .niindlo. Fo'r .:beintg found travelling uh, wctitc. :1 yraminid anid Kerang in a first-class -.ilzuway ca:'rir.e on a. second-class tictxct C. 'lt.asll was finled: 10/. with 1/GIG costs 3.1..: E. 1'ye was alns uld upon to pay 2(I/. Wi.d 21/ costs ior causi-:g meat to be dole livorcd o.n sale to certain persons on a Suntday.
ST. ARNAUD. 23rd January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ST. ARNAUD,l ; 23rd. January A -month or so ago ? a-farmer w as lbiought to :St Arnaudi with. a throat affection -,-.iHe died: ina ii few' days; and shortly afteriwards'. his ?wife died. . Then a little 'child: of the; same familyV succumbed. A-A couple il deaths: f' ''district -residents. took: place: a,. :.few weeks ago.; A. number of contacts have? :aso been stiicken dcowni aiid: in ione .pnar- : ticulhr hcasn ,the health officer repolted .t?ý:: the: Borough Council tlhath:tthe disease wap diiilitheria, W h len isked .by t??he Borough:. C.ouineil wvhy hei hI lid not reported certain. c ses ithe ;health officer replied that :ho: be-;' -liev d t'.tliihere' liaeiv iibeen :a number of: Icases. but tilhe hiid n.ot eben reported to hlimi. -The: Board of Healthli also heard about iithe' suspicious symptoms, aind. asked the coiincili for. :n °..explanation. Ini reply, the ::council .,d ck lie- . board 'to send an officer .to. St.: Arinaud to .?? a-irake a?. thorough investigition:? The 3...
ROCHESTER. 20th January. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
ROCHESTER.. 20th January.. Mir. James MV'Naught, owner of tle Cer nelia Creek homestead, was driving a'trot ting. horse naind Weary Willie in a jinker to IRochester ac: day, when, after being hit 'with :the whip, the horse started kicking. Mr.. M'Naught was twice kicked on the chest, whilst irne of the animal's heels also struck him onr the hand, badly breaking it: On.. aniother occasion the horse's hoofs iassed :one oin' each side of Mr. M'Naught, and 'again, both: feet went over the back of the i:inker seat between him and his wife, who wasi accompaanying ]lim. After a While the horse 'quieteiied down, and the occu': pants of the vehicle reached RIochester safe-., ly, where :Mr. MiNaught's Ahand was at tended to by Dr. Sauderson. The .jinker was considorably damaged; 220nd Jnuliiary Diuriur- the thunderstormn oinTuesdhy morning, a valuable colt belongingi to: M1ir: William .Coclhrane, of. Diggorra NWest; :-i:as &trulc ,by lightning, and :killed 'iiistintly A lthnigth there...
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bendigonian — 27 January 1914
VISITORS TO BENDIGO. The list of visitors staying at the Hotel Shamrock for the week ending 24th inst. included :--Mr. Justice - Street, Sydney; Mr. ahd ?Mrs. Wildman, England; Mr. David. son, North Melbourne; Mr. G. Wallace and party, Kamarooka; Mr. Meakes, Borung; Mr. Allan, London; Mr. J. P. Ferguson, Perth, Western Australia; Mr. Patterson, Swan Hill; Mr. IL, Fraser, Brighton Beach; Mr. E. Resch and family, Toorak; Mr. said Mrs. Fi-nlayson, Brighhtbn; Mr. and Mrs. Staughtou, Sandringham ; Misses Staughton, Sandringhami; Mrs. Hay, St. Kilda; Dr. A. WY. Hinder, Wedderburn; also Mr. Simpson, Mr. V. Tanner, P.M., Mr. Le Trail, Mr. H. Crowe, Mr. I. Bru. ford (Auditor-General), Mr. Ecde, Mr. and Master Roche, and Mr. A. A, Samuels, Melboiirne: Tlie list at the City Family was a fairly lengthy one, and ý included:-Miss Orr, Tao. rak: Mr. Jamen , Now Zealand; M?tr. Tippet, Ballarat; Mr. J.. Goudge, Binelong, Ma. corna; Mr. Reg. Paull, Sea Lake; Mr. Stan. Saunders, Charlton: Miss Gertrud...