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SWEET ORANGE JAM. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

SWEET ORANGE JAM. Six large oranges cut in very thin slices ; remove the pips and put into a preserving pan. Pour over nine pints of water, and let stand all night. Put on to cook nest day, and let boil until quite tender ; then put in 6It) crystal sugar and cook for about two hours—or until it jellies. This is a well-tested recipe, and tho | roughly recommended. 1909.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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USE OF FREE NITROGEN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

USB OP FREE NITROGEN. Some of .the European countries are ■ particularly interested in the manufacture of sulphatei of ammonia. Sulphate of ammonia contains, on the average, about 20 per cent, ni trogen, and is quite frequently a very efficient fertiliser. A new plant for the manufacture of this highly •nitrogenous fertiliser has just been organised in Norway with a capital stock of over two and one-half mil lion dollars. It aims to turn out an nually 40,000 tons of sulphate. To do so it will be able to use enormous quantities of the free nitrogen of the air. The farmer who grows lucerne, clover, cowpeas, and other legumes is every year adding value to the farm -and to the products of the farm, for legumes are transformers of free nitrogen just as the factory is. While sulphate of ammonia will be used by those in intensive farming operations, it will be many years be fore the average American farmer will need to rely for his nitrogen up on the manufactured forms—that is, of course, ...

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HYGIENIC MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

HYGIENIC MILK. According to a French authority standard hygienic milk should have been put through the following pro cesses. „1. Analysis and" testing to remove watered, skimmed, soured or low grade milk. 2. Filtering or straining to remove (mechanical impurities such; as hairs, dust, etc. " -3. Pasteurisation at a temperature above 176 degrees Fah. and immedi ate cooling1 to about 40 degrees to destroy pathogenic microbes, such as those . of tuberculosis, diphtheria, typhoid fever, etc. _ . •' 4. Bottling or sealing in sterilised containers. It should then'be kept at a low temperature until sold. The first country to. establish this standard for milk was the Argentine Republic, which enacted statutory re gulations as long ago as 1890. These .were soon followed by similar law6 in various European countries: In Argentina the . treatment described | has become obligatory. -"Chicago Produce."

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MILKING CAPACITY. ITS TRANSMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

MILKING CAPACITY. ITS TRANSMISSION. Following upon a notable paper by Dr. James Wilson, of the Royal Col lege of Science, Dublin, upon the way in which colour is inherited among Shorthorns, the same authority now deals with the way in which milk yield is inherited. That is, milk from which a larger or smaller quantity .of butter "can be produced. "Most of our cattle yield milk which contains on the average about 3.7 per cent, of butter-fat ; but Jer seys yield milk containing on the average about 5 per cent. There are many individual fluctuations in both breeds, but these figures are about the average. In Ireland, as in other parts of Britain, there are many Jer sey-Shorthorn crosses. During the last two or three years we. have been able to get the milk oi a number of these analysed, and it is found to contain about 4.2 or 4.3 per cent, of butter-fat on the average. Individual fluctuations have been found as low as 3.9 per cent, and as high as 4.7, but the average is as stated. "Thi...

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CHAPTER X [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

CHAPTER 3$ Three days after Barnes had ar rived at Crackingstone -with Sir Pe ter, the situation stood thus : Barnes admired Edwina, and loved' her splen did inheritance. He had never looked upon himself-- as_ the -future . Duke of Chiltern. His knowledge of aristo cratic institutions was too limited to allow,, him to speculate, on the pro bable death of Lord Chester as the means of elevating him to one,of the proudest peerages in England. In fact, so far as mere position went, Barnes was well satisfied with that which he had. He lacked only money and lands, and these, as he easily in ferred from Sir Peter'9 skilful re marks, he would win with Edwina's hand. As for Edwina, she confessed to herself that Gerald Lovering, though he was certain to be a duke," was not half so fascinating in his personality as Vane Prance. Prance was impetuous and overpowering in his love—since she opened the way for him to be so. Barnes—or Lovering,' as she knew him—was cold ami cal culating. But his app...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

/; RAILWAY :: ------ ;'-rv^L TRAMWAY MEN SHOULD USE Es Ei IS ^3 ll !?? !? Si Prr_., MR. CHARLES ROCK, of 42 Glaclen Street, East Brunswick, 33 years in the Melbourne Tramway and O.B. Company, writes, on 2/4/12 :— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious the doctor consulted another. For three days MY TEMPERA TURE WAS 104 DEGREES. MY LIFE WAS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice I live to-day. He advised my wife to get CLEMENTS TONIC for me, as 'there was life in that medi cine.' When he said, 'life in Clements Tonic,' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I would have been in my last resting place only for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she would have had good value. I have seen a lot of. testimonial about CLEMENTS TONIC in books and papers, but what I find fault with is that every writer has utterly failed to give a proper value of that medicine. (Signed) CHARLES ROCK." This ia a revurhable lette...

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PART 7. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

PART 7. CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) "It would be a grand thing. By v heavens, I never dreamed of it ! But suppose—suppose, now, Edwina mar ries him. ■ She can win him if she chooses—she can win anybody. Sup pose she does so, and becomes his wife. And then suppose the old duke dies and the title goes to Chester, • after all. This fellow has nothing." ... Sir Peter looked with pity on the man wbo could be so blind. "Why, hang it, Tom ! what's come over you ? Don't you know that even in1 that event Gerald is sure of the title ? Suppose Chester does get the title; he can't live long, and Gerald is next in line. In fact, there is no one else, Except these two, there is . no one to save the title from laps ing." "Chester might marry." "Let him," said Sir Peter, snap ping- his fingers. "Let. him marry. He . will get a wife, that's all. I have thought that all out, my dear bro tteer. It is possible that he will mar ry. The 'duke has been at him for years to do so ; but I don't think— nature is...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

i CHRISTMAS :o: TEvery Department is bulging with Bargains. We can fit you right out for the holidays. Ready- fco-weai* Frocks, Costumes, Blouses, Underwear, Millinery, lingerie. We have the last word in Hosiery, Glo^ras, Lace Collars, Ribbons. X Every section .of out Store, is nqw ready with choice Selections of Gift Things for the Xraas. Shopper. 4 We want you to see the marvellously cheap lines .we have in all Departments. Men's, lCc-utliS'% a?id Boys' Ready-tc-wear Suits, Fashion Shirts, Silk Shirts, T Straw Boaters, Felt Hats, Braces, i Ties, laaia Hats., We can supply you with almost any class of SUMMER FOOTWEAR that you may want. Ladies' White Poplin and Canvas Shoes, Children's White Shoes in Canvas, Mole, and Buck, Ladies', Gents', and Children's Biac* and Tan Shoes and fcoots 0«i variety. DO NOT WAIT TILL CHRISTMAS!—We strongly advise aiveariy nispeetiar; while our stock3 are complete. This course will save; .vou much worry, much time, much money, and ail chs.nct; 01 last ...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED, — or, the Heir to a dukedom : a huge personation fraud. f By S. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Pour Brass "'ites," etc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. Henrj Barnes, an adventurer, finds himself sharing a room .in a New York lodging.-house with a young "fel low about his own age and physique. In the early hours of the morning, Barnes is horrified to discover that his companion is dead. On searching the deceased Barnes brings to light a sum of money and a letter, the lat ter being written apparently by the young man's father, George Lover ing, to his friend Sir Peter Steede, banker, of Londoft, in which he im plores Sir Peter to do all in his power to help—his son Gerald, with whom he has quarrelled, owing to the boy's attachment to a variety-: hall singer, named Mildred Moore. The letter further states tbat Gerald is sailing for London and intends | calling on the banker when he ar- j rives in that city. Barnes considers it a safe undertaking to impersonate the you...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. , i JOHNSTON.—Inloving. memory of my ; ■ tlear wife, Lucy Ann Johnston, who died January 4th, 1905. The charmed circle broken—a dear face . Missed, day by day, from its accus tomed place; But cleansed, and saved, and perfected by grace. One more in. heaven. \ —Inserted by her loving husband and two children, Doris and Henry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

It :comcis ^but'once va:'yeajt>. 1 Provide for it!—- . '.——™-— Fresh from the World's Fashion Centres, where the brightest brains §nd nimblest fingers haye been at work, come the New Qoods whicft will be on view, v'.' •: ' '" -v> '-r" Holiday Apparel in great variety. Novelties in the Dress Department, . Millinery in all its dainty forms. Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, &c. The latest in Gent's Clothing and Mercery. :-v Boots and Shoes in great variety. Whilst wishing our -numerous' ©Heats the Compliments of : the Season, we cordially invite inspection. ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE, Bridal'Portraits of Rare Beauty.! We produce the most perfect BriJr.l Portraits obtainable. This a big thing to say, but, . when Brides from every part of Australia come to ua to be photographed, what other con clusion can we come to ? Our fame does not travel the length and breath of the Common wealth without sufficient reason—and that reason is the Quality of our work. We have four large, well...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1914. Wednesday was the hottest day for the season at Beaufort, the thermometer registering 98 degrees in the shade. : On Christmas night the Beaufort Town Brass Band, under the baton of Band daster Collins, rendered an appropriate programme of music from the band rotunda. - • — - Cr. Sinclair has convened a meeting for Tuesday evening, at the- Shire Hall, to consider about making a presentation to.JVJtf: Silver. The secretary of the Beaufort Athletic Club desires to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of a donation of £1 1/ from Cr. D. Stewart towards the Boxing Day sports and baud contests. ^ - - A meeting of the Beaufort Athletic jClub will be held on Monday evening at .the Mechanics' Institute to pass accounts in connection with Boxing Day sports and band-contests. The secretary will be pleased to receive outstanding sub scriptions by Monday, to enable him to submit a financial statement to the meeting. The secretary of the ...

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F.M.E.A. DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

TJ3.E.A. DANCE. i w ' • i A very successful social and I dance was held in the Mechanics' I Hall, Waterloo, on New Year's,, Night, under the auspices of the Beaufort and Waterloo branch, -F.M.E.A. It was very largely attended, between 200 and 250 people being present, and was one of the largest social gatherings held in Waterloo for a good many years. • The music was contributed by Messrs Wm. Saddlier, senr. and junr. (violin and concertina), J. Nixon (violin), W. Edwards ; (violin), Walter Saddlier (violin). and Mrs E. Hannah and Miss V. Edwards (piano). Mr Peter Grant, as usual, efficiently carried out/.the., .duties of M.C. Light refreshments were partaken of. Songs were rendered by Messrs J. Garland, G. Thompson, and R. Robinson, the* accompaniments being played by Mrs W. E. Finch. A sailor's hornpipe was danced by Mr W. Newey, Before the proceedings terminated Mr C. Lennon (president of the local branch) moved a hearty vote of thanks towards all those who had so willingly assis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

GRIPES IN' HORSES. , "Some time iigo our horse was down jvvith a bad attack of _srripe3." eays Misa E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. -" I tried several remedies, but they had no enoct; as a last resource I save the horso »hree teasooonaful of - Chambarlatn'o Colic and Diurrhcea Remedy end noticed on improvement immediately. He was soon able to stand, and now he la a9 well C3 ever." Sold by J. E. Wothcr3poon & Co.. Beaufort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

-IT NEVER FAILS. ■ For years <ve have been using Chamberlain d Cough Remedy." says Mr Herbert H. WoodheaQi Wentworth, N.SAY. We have nix children, and never use anything else for the treatment of commits. colds and bronchial complaints. I conn ! dcntlv recommend Chambortain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially ta parents who, like my:;r'i\ have young children's health to safeifuaTu. It never fails to give relief in all cases." Sola by J • S. Woiherspoon & Co.. Beaufort.

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

j COURSING. IE® was a large gathering of I ^ of terrier coursing1 at! yk on Thursday afternoon, 3 a number of sweepstakes, z?d by Mr II. Jaensch, ,2® oft. MrE. Lii ley acted J^per, and Mr T. Carver as j '!s, There was a good supply kbits' and bandicoots.- Re v-No, 1 sweep (terriers) — {iin2ii'sMerry Widow, 1 ; H. Dili's Mischief. 2. No. 2— i J.Merson's Queenie, 1; H. j , Jaensch's Mischief, 2. No. 3 (greyhounds)—E. Lilley's Merutt, 1; T. Grace's Game Lassie, 2. No. 4 (terriers)—J. Lloyd's Rocket, 1; A. Carmichael's Boxer, 2. No. 5—J. Lloyd's Rocket, 1; A. Carmichael's Boxer, 2. In private matches for £1 a side (two trials out of three)-, A. Saph's Larry Queen beat J. Lloyd's Rocket, H. Jaensch's Mischief, and E. Hannah's Merry Widow. Larry Queen also beat G. Anderson's Queenie in a simi lar match for 2/6 a-side.

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

' 1 /, 0\> successful two days' / I i;rAw promoted by Messrs / ttidSafoand fired under/ juices of the local Gun Club I Shkorton Friday and Satur- / I Several sterling and / events were decided. I ^Mins morning a £10 handi-1 divided by "Owen" (two I iii Teuton, Martin, Norman HPUnnctriWO " ') 11 rl Tnnn I Chepstowe," and Topp. ^Jake was divided by 00"" Martin, and Norman. i MMy a £20 starling handi 'ifistM- Atrte^thjvum] '•Miring took £1 - each ;--••• if®" "$??'" "Newport,: Norman, Curran, MeCrae, James, j-^en, and Rissman. At tymth round '' Redwing,'' Curran, and Norman t'ipthe balance of £8. The sVeejms won by ''Owen'' j 5'V birds, the second was '-Jby "Oven," Daney, and "fang," and the third by jjadMcCrae. Shooting for j i;\s at starlings and i 3's" Owen" secured the I trz&ge, 52 for 54, using ' 571 tikes. /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

iURSS SLATER j : -MIDWIFE,— | jtffi STREET, BEAUFORT, .■lH accommodate Ladies or attend i\ fen at their own residence; 11.7 if required. • ; jW. H. HALPIN, ! I AUCTIO NEER i I LAND, STOCK, GENERAL j IEI0N AGENT & VALUATOR, j Cssh Price for all kinds of ..is. Agent for South British In jpeCo..Mount Lyell Manures, and ;-=iJ. Spaifc, Lime Manufacturer, | a. ] Horse Rugs, Tents, etc., j 'jwtahaad. . j . -a tad, Bags at lowest current rates. 1 CASH BUYER OF WHEAT. ! .Si=i Price given. i Ill, «Wi\ I Wionesr, M and Station fi financial Agent, ' mm k skiptoh. agest TOR— ■fjifl lhori) & Co.., (Joi'loitii; >3 ami-.s i»Co.,Wheat Buynis. Melbourne; j&uMjXl'RES Co., Is* tKaSATlOSAL of Ai;stii\ua : Yokk : |alvm\cE Co. Km. HANNAH, ] AUCTIONEER! ipx m STATION AGENT, TIPTON AND BEAUFORT. — jjkv&waliiclsil in any part oS ths State Uuhlsg Sales a Specialty. & Co'5. Manures. iWs. Agricultural Machinery. H. KOBSRTSOia "pasER, TINSMITH, AND GftSFlTT £ R , iEliin...

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

• We are iailebtail to Mr Jas. ilcKoich for tb fitlliiwin'-; • int erest »-• i»form:vtion > as to tb - ruin faJl at Beaufort flince.l89y. ,'9<) '00 '01 "'02 '03 ,'W =05 '0G '07 !08 '09 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May J une J illy Aufr Sep. Oct ov Dhc. 'ttl|113 1*0 20 274 407 Ifloi151 U4 a?; ioo 277 403 180 237 281 131 •25 2 91 W 81 i 2551 80|14!J|4i]2:107( 81 01 33! 80 202(341 120 94[lOiS 168)158 149 73 9g 357 80 4(:ii l'J|406|.71|144! 58 309 ! 801211 •53| M 180il8?.; 18 253 5, 151 151 *<J4 2291330 33r>j342 '205fc;8l5.375 4 350 ;Jt»l .'335 301 ■ 404'2fl^!33!);12">!.Wj^8 TtK, fcr lU3i.%'5|180i35J;25S[317 104 117 3251159 107 302 250 397 132 3S3 3611114 120 295w29 278 4fc> 113 r7|3*0 213 7<ij4G2 ISO <3513-7/ l<J|-24«j 42142!) » cc CC CC CO O CD O t** O 00 r-« *-» 15 GO O C3 CO c-l <?< CI Gi 1910—January, 141 points; February, 35; March 518; April, 73; May. 2G1; June, 020; July, 312 Augrust,225' September, ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 3 January 1914

Considerable difficulty has been experi- | enced by the Postal department in deal- j ing with a number of applications for country telephone lines, owing to the , fact that suitable tenders for the con struction of the line3 by contract cannot be obtained. Not only have the- prices in many cases been excessive, but con tractors have abandoned contracts or withdrawn tenders, and in certain cases the department has had to readvertise : before a single offer has been obtained. The Postmaster-General says the depart ment's officers are pursuing this matter closely, but that without the assistance of the persons interested in the localities concerned it is difficult to complete the works either expeditiously or economic ally. The chief electrical engineer has ■ informed him that the hope for cheaper and yet efficient line construction in country districts, in the case where the , construction of the line without guaran tee or assistance is not justified, ap pears to lie in getting the lo...

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