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MIDDLE CHEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

MIDDLE. CHEEK. From our correspond^ I \ Several times during the last , I night rain has threatened, only to p® I 'away with a few light showers. OiVEC to the prolonged dry season, oat crops haw gone back considerably. Fsrwtf and graziers nould welcome a goodrasi. ( as grass is very short and fallow?!! | aJmest impossible. Water cartingissti:! j being curried on in a few placet, . < Mr Louie Fay, youngest son_ of ; Luke i''ay, who has joined the Victoria expeditionary forces, and will befeaW j shout]y fur the war, returned kow.e « , Saturday to bid faresvell to hfe fflffi®- j of whom ht) has many, being s g^lTj j favourite in the district. ! Mr N. Russell, farmer,_ wfw recflle' j a severe shaking a fortnight % through falling from a load 01 Mb'' making good progress foivsrffi raw . under the care of Dr. Eaifo , ,, The Bunngor annual 9? rV,- j was held in the Buangor Hill 28th August, under tie weather conditions. A *P{e„ r b^ anee rewarded theefforcsotw"-*. , nan, the hon...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

PATRIOTIC MEETING. A patriotic meeting, convened by Mr J:B. Cochran and presided over by Cr. W. P. Trengove, was held at' the So cieties' Hall, Beaufort, on Thursday night. Owing to counter attractions there was not a very large attendance. The. convener, in the course of a brief address, explained the object of the meeting and pointed out .that whilst he had taken part in other local move ments of. the kind, he thought the. resi dents had not gone far enough. He hoped they would not think it presump tion on his part, but he thought it his duty to call this meeting as -the oldest resident of the district. He did not say others had not done their duty. Civ Hannah, president of the shire, had told him he might be here, but if he was would only attend as a citizen. He apologised for the absence of repre sentatives of various local societies and' the Methodist and Anglican clergymen. Thev wished to raise money to- assist the Lord Mayor's fund. His idea was to start a subscription list, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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FIERY CREEK LODGE. INSTALLATION OF W.M. AND INVESTITURE OF OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

FIERY CREEK LODGE. INSTALLATION OF W.M. AND INVESTITURE OF OFFICERS. The installation of Bro. A. H. Sands as W.M. of the Fiery Creek Lodge of Freemasons and the investiture of his officers took place in the Masonic Hall, Beaufort, on Wednesday evening last in the presence of about 60 members of the craft, including visiting brethren from Ararat, BalJarat, Learmonth, Skipton, and Melbourne lodges. The ceremony was impressively performed by the retiring W.M., Wor. Bro. L. Smith, assisted by Wor. Bro. E. J. Mantz, P.A.G. Pur., Wor. Bros. A. L. Wotherspoon (who also acted as direc tor of ceremonies), S.'Jamieson (who also acted as.grand trumpeter), Moore, Sinclair, Roberts, Barnes, and Parker. { Grand Lodge was represented by ] R.W. Bro. A. McDonald, J.G.W., who delivered the address to the brethren. The newly-installed master very credit ably invested his officers (with the ex ception of the I.P.M., who was invested bv Wor. Bro. Muntz) as follows:— I.P.M., Wor. Bro. L. Smith; S.W., Bro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K it K K K K K K K w GENERAL HARDWIRE —AND— TIMBER MERCHANTS, ^GWW-WWIM Large Stocks always on hand of FENCING WIRE, Black &Galv. BARBED WIRE, * A A A A 'A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A X A A A K K F | WIRE NETTING, * & DROPPERS. U :* * K K K | PLOUGH SHARES, J $'■ TRACE & PLOUGH CHAINS. * K K K K: FURNITURE, CROCKERY & 5 X X % X K GLASSWARE SPECIALTIES. % 5 ■ • ' : * £ * 6 Only the Best Material stocked, * ^ ' 2 K arid we invite you to inspect Q K ■ ^ K ' before purchasing. • * V ■ ■ " ... - % R-.. .... ... ^... .. .. wu „ , .... r.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

MADE A NEW MAN OF IVtE. "Par-some time I suffered with liver attacks and biliousness," saya Mr I. H.I Mathieson, Constable, Havelock, K.Z. " At times 1 would bo quite dizzy, simi would hardly know how to walk down t!ie s-reet. Hrownlee t& Co. advised me to try Chamberlain's Tablets, whii-h 1 did. Pre viously V had l;u:d ueaViy every tiling and Ciiir:uin tiH ly•That Chamberlain's Ta.li iels.uerc tin; only inedirine thai dii.l ,me any good :irni they have made a new man o; in-." • ! y J. II. WCtlK'r.-'jioya is;'o.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

J AS. H. ROBERTSON PLUMBER, TINSMITH, AND GASFITTER, Wishes to intimate that lie ha* on han't a large stock of Tanks, Spouting; Ridging, and Down-pipe, AJ&ater Pipws. and Fittings, Gas, Steam and Water Taps, And every Requisite necessary for the trade. Agent for various makes of WIND MILLS ='ii(l STOVES. A la->5 ami varied country experience. NEILL STREET (opposite Bankof Victoria. TflEO. W. SCHLICHT, Auctioneer, Stock and Station and Financial Agent, BEAUFORT_& SKIPTON. AGENT FOR— Geo. Hagub & Go.:, Geeloug ; James Bell & Co., Wheat Buyers, Melbourne; Federal Manures Co., International Harvester Co. of Australia ; Yoric Bhirf. Insurance Co. 'Phone 9. Wo H, HAIJPI1N, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE, I,AND, STOCK, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT & VALUATOR. Rents Collected. Loans negotiated. Highest Cash Price for all kinds of Produce. Agent for South British In surance Co.. Mount Lyell Manures, and Alfred J. Spalding, Lime Manufacturer, j Lara. Tarpaulins, Hors...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

WEAKENED ©Y iDXA'RBiBiOEA. ! " I had a bad attaelc of: Diarrhcea with i sevexgr.paina, .which. made me exceedingly weak if says Mr Archibald King, Eakdale, N.2». " I had bean suffering in this way for e'-ght or tea daya when a friend recom mended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrluva Remedy, and I foand ifc gave mo iranie;U:U« lelieJj iB fact, at the end of the first d ty I noti^ a^ondeiful improvement /in Wiy- .s self.* Sbia by J* R. Wetherspooa & Co.

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CHAPTER XXV. WELCOME HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

CHAPTER XXV. WELCOME HOME. i An exclamation of surprise escaped Mr. Short, then he said : "DM Miss Therese fasten you in the kitchen because she could not get that paper ?" "Yes, sir. It wasn't more than erght o'clock, and there we've been the livelong day." ' 'Will you let me take the paper to the inspector ?" he asked. "No, sir. I promised the mistress I'd follow the directions, and they say I'm to take it, and take it I shall," she said, decidedly. "Very well, then, I'll go with you. I suppfose you'll take charge of the house until she returns ?" he said, looking at Eliza. "Not if I know it. Do you think. I am going to be left alone with a corpse, and a corpse that hasn't died a natural death ?" replied Eliza. "You just come along, with me," said Phoebe. In a few minutes the two were ready to start, and, assisted by Mr. Short, they got through the break fast room window, which they shut after them. At the gate the two servants look ed aghast. "Well, I never"! . Whatever made her ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. [?] PART 13. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) me: THB OR,——— THE CURSE OF K3E ©lyg DIMIOMS. By Hedley Richards, Anthor o! "Tho ■ Mine Master's Heir," "Tisio, tho j Avenger," etc., etc. ^ PART 13. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) Meanwhile,' Therese made a hasty, breakfast, which she forced herself to take; then she went upstairs, and put on a serviceable blue serge dress, a hat and veil ; next she unlocked her grandmother's desk, and took from it notes to the value of a hun dred and fifty pounds, and twenty pounds in gold, besides some silver. The gold and silver she put in her purse, the notes in a small leather bag, in which' she also put a few things that she would require, and going downstairs she passed out of the house, locking the hall door af ter her, regardless of the hammer ing on the kitchen door. She had taken a large padlock with her, and when she had passed into the lane, she locked the gate securely, taking the key and that of the hall door with her. Then she hastened to the station, which she re...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHEESE EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

CHEESE EXPERIMENTS. I should like to call attention to some cheese experiments which have recently been carried oat at the Kil- , 1 maroock Dairy School cm the mak- ] ing of cheese from different qualities of milk (writes Mr. Primrose Mc Connell in the "Dairy" London). The experiments were for the purpose j j of testing what proportion of cheese j conld be got from milk containing varying quantities of cream, and it! was found, as one would naturally expect it to be found, that the whole milk fairly rich in fat gave very much more cheese than that from wbioh some fat had been extracted, varjing down until the lowest was obtained from sldm-milk. It was found, apart from this, however, that the cheese of the high est proportion of fat also held a J fairly large proportion of water, and i that in the case of the skim-milk cheese less water was held, or it dried up very quicMy. Thus it sim ply exemplified the old saying about "reqrairmg an axe to cut a skim-milk cheese •erith." Several ...

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CHAPTER XXVI. THE DAWN OF HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

CHAPTER XXVI. THE DAWN OF HAPPINESS. "Laurie, I bad a very queer dream last night about your father," said Sir Leonard Hatton to his nephew. They were at the breakfast-table, and the butler, having attended to their wants, had retired, as Sir Leo nard preferred the morning meal to be informal. It was the time when ha was least reserved, but it was not often that he spoke of the brother with whom he had quarrelled many years ago, aod Laurie looked at him in surprise. "What did you dream?" be asked. For a moment his uncle did not re ply, then he said : "I dreamed that your .'father came into the room and said : 'It's time Laurie had those diamonds. They are worth a fortune.' " 'Where are they ?' I asked ; and he replied : " 'Let him have his own way, and he'll get them.' Then I awoke, but the impression left upon me was so] vivid that I could have imagined your father had really been speak ing to me." "Do you think- it possible he is living?" asked Laurie. "No. I heard many years ago ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

FUNERAL NOTICE. THE friends of the late Mr William BAYNES. of Chute, are respectfully   jrequested to follow his remains to their   last resting-place, the Beaufort Ceme tery. The funeral will leave the late residence of the deceased, on Saturday, September 12th, 1914, at 1 p.m. A. H. SANDS, Undertaker, Beaufort.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. Saturday"september12,'I914. The sum of £18 8/ was collected by employees on Admiral Bridges' Tra walla Estate and forwarded' to ' the. Lord Mayor's patriotic fund, Melbourne. Mr T. W. Hood, of "Wongatta," for merly a portion of S ton eleigh Estate, has obtained from his flock the high lambing average of 94 per cent, this season. Iron Fireplace and Chimney—Black Iron, 30/; galvanised, 35/; 15ft high, 3ft. wide; guaranteed effective.—J. H. Robkktson, Plumber, opposite Bank of Victoria. Following the oppressive weather of the preceding three days, there 'was a cool change on Monday evening, and a light fall of rain; but the wea ther again became warm on Tuesday. During that night and Wednesday morn ing there were several welcome show ers. The week's rainfall amounted to 20 points. At a public send-off to Private Her man Jaensch, at the Shire Hall, Beau fort, on Monday afternoon, Mr A. J. Saph jocularly proposed that the com pany should drink the health...

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THE POULTRY FARM. THE IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

THE POULTRY FARM. 1 THE IMPROVEMENT OF STOCK As an instance of what mar. I done in the way of improving stoci I may quote the case of a anal holder who took up poultry-keep j three years ago with a stock <! j white Wyandottes procured from: I leading utility breeder. Becoming to; I vinced of the possibility of main | taining a high standard of egg* | duction by carefully selecting biri | for breeding, he took up this m I with enthusiasm, gained a high ph; I in a laying competition, and to ! that by advertising in the poultr (journals he could sell eggs lor batci ; ing- during the spring at 3b. tA '(1 j 5s. per dozen, whereas by sendii; i them to market he could only av;: age Is. per dozen at the same s» son Though having no more lis half an acre of ground he has foiffi2 it possible to keep a stock of thirty laying hens, and breed siity or seventy chickens every year. Without any extra expentiture, to yond the occasional purchase of -* I well-bred cockerel for mating, - ! ...

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THE FA POTATOES. PROMISING NEW VARIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

the fa POTATOES. "n^Ariett' •II erowem .. Jl ji.u growers are on the Wi-outior a blight-resistant potato, and thou* we are somewhat diffident in advan cing the claims 0t any particular va. riety out o! the hundreds that their appearand each season, it j, -well to note the reports to hand in recent English agricultural papers in regard to a new variety known as Vitality. This potato has been introduced by Mr. James Richardson, Old Lea^e near Boston, and some ol the Lin', colnshire growers—in which county over 80,000 acres were planted in po tatoes last season—have shovm great faith in it. The "Mark Lane Express," reports as follows : It is said that this tu% has done remarkably well, aa(j though not sprayed, has emerged through this season's wretched atmo spheric conditions absolutely [rei from blight. It was in 1895 that Mr. Richardson, from an apple oS one o! Kerr's varieties, managed to rear the Vitality tuber. It is a very big crop per, of good flavour, nice shape, a „j roughish ...

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PERSONALITY IN MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

| PERSONALITY IN MILKING. We have taken opportunity at in tervals to direct attention to the in fluence of kindly treatment as ap plied to milking cows, and to the fact that a better yield will be ob tained from the same animal gently , handled, than if knocked about and worried by dogs or ill-tempered per sons. Experiments recently communi cated to "Hoard's Dairyman" go even further. j It would appear that apart alto gether from ill-treatment of any kind a cow will often respond more freely to one person than to another, the ' animals apparently having likes and 1 dislikes, such as occur so frequently in hunsati beings. I A heavy producing Holstein cow, ' in the dairy herd at the Kansas ! State Agricultural College, freshened early, in December, and was milked I by man No. 1. This man had milked her for several weeks, when he left for & vacation. Man No. 2 took 1 charge of the milking. The cow re • sponded to his milking, and gave as much as 81.4 pounds of milk per ' day. H...

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CALF REARING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

CALF REARING. » j The Royal Agricultural Society of | England has been conducting some experiments on the rearing of calves, ■ and has issued a report of the re sults. These experiments were carried out with several batches of animals, divided into five groups, and over a period of nine weeks. The diSerent kinds of food were as follows :— God-liver oil and separated milk ; whole crushed-oats with separated milk. The whole result of the experi ments may be summed up in one statement — that the crushed oats and separated milk gave the best re turns. This is very instructive in deed and is all in favour of the use of home-grown food, as both the oats and separated milk may be pro duced on the farm. The present writer has just been informed by one of his neighbours that the best food he has discover ed for the growth 6f calves after the first month of milk feeding is over, is a mixture of oats and whole beans. The beans are only partly chewed and regurgitated and chewed over again in th...

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CHAPTER XXVII. THE SHAPING OF EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

I CHAPTER XXVII. | THE SHAPING OP EVENTS. When Laurie reached homo the bell was ringing for luncheon, and a few minutes later he entered the dining room, expecting to hear some caustic remarks about his tardy appearance, as Sir Leonard Hatton was a great stickler for punctuality ; but to his surprise he found his uncle was not at the table, and Laurie took his Beat with a sense of being one bet ter than the master of the house, and waited patiently for his appear ance. At last, when five minutes had pas sed, he turned to the butler, who was hovering about, saj ing : "I suppose my uncle is in the house ?" "Yes, sir. The master's been in the library all the morning. It's queer, Mr. Laurie, that he doesn't come. I have lived in this house forty years,! man and boy, and I've never known him half a second late for a meal be fore. I've heard him send people away as had come on business, if it was likely, to interfere with his lun cheon. He's mighty particular about his digestion, and it's...

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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ; Eight members attended a general meeting of the Beaufort Agricultural Society at the Shire Hall on Saturday afternoon, called to consider the sub committee's recommendation that the log, poultry, arid horticultural show, arranged for November, be abandoned for this year. : \ - j Mr C. Cushing (president), who occu-1 pied the chair, said the executive had considered the matter carefully and 1 thought that, under the circumstances, j it would be wise to abandon the pro posed dog, poultry, and horticultural | show for this year. Owing to the un settled conditions arising out of the j war and the dry season, they considered this would probably have a bad effect on the success of the show. For these reasons they thought it wise to make this recommendation. It would make no difference to the Government subsidy so long as they fixed the date of the usual show for the middle of March in order to give the secretary time to make out his returns before the end of that m...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) —THE—MESHES OF FATE. OR, —THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 14. CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

fALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) m u w MESHES OF FATE. O R, THE CURSE OF. THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By Hedley' Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir,"Time, the Avenger," etc., etc. PART 14. CHAPTER XXVI.—(Continued.) "Then I'll wish/you luck;" and Jack ' went quickiy. down the lane, while Laurie passed through the gate. In-answer to his query, the maid, said.- that Miss Wedmore was at home, and she showed him into the drawing room, then proceeded to the dining room, where Meg was busy mending table linen. "It you please Miss Meg, Mr. Hat ton ;wants to see you," said the girl. Meg looked up and her face flush ed quickly. "He's in the drawing room, miss," said " the girl, who scented a love af fair. "Very well, Jane, I'll see him." But Meg put the needle again into the damask, then drew it slowly out and folding the cloth neatly up, she left.the room. For a moment she paused with her hand on the handle of jthe drawing room door, then she entiled, and in another moment Lau rie-ijiad grasped her h...

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