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CORRESPONDENCE. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not hold ourselves responsible for opinions expressed by our Correspon dents.—Ed. B.S.] To the Editor, Pear Sir,.—Will you. kindly allow me a small space in your valuable paper to explain m.y reason for refus ing to allow the Rupanyup.coursers into my paddock on the 31st ult„ In the first place they had not asked per mission to enter, and it was by a mere chance I was there to stop them. Secondly r I had promised the Lubock club the run of my property for their next meeting, which is to be held on the 5th inst, only five days later than Rupanyup, so I could not let them in without breaking: faith with Lubeek. Thanking you in anticipation. —I am, etc., P. CORBES. " Moorlands, ^ Luberck, 3-8-14.
Murtoa Horse Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
Murtoa Horse Parade. The Murtoa horse parade and sports were held on Wednesday of last week. Owing to the ground being in a slip pery state it had been decided to post pone the sports, and word to that effect was sent out. Many of the Light Horsemen, however, arrived and were anxious to go on with the com petitions, and this was agreed to. The attendance was poor, only £10 5s 6d being taken at the gates, against £22 last year. Mr G. Heslop, veterinary officer from the Department of Agri culture, attended to examine the horses but only one came forward, Baron Black, a fine 5-year-old stallion owned by Mr Young, of Lubeck, The following are the results of the competitions:— Victoria Cross Race—P. Tobin I, A. Dougherty 2. Rescue Race—J. Delahunty and J. Temple ton. J f D. Boyd and J. Beaton 2nd. Sections over Hurdles—Sergeant Slaughter, P. Tobin, M. Delahunty and P. Cram 1 ; D. Boyd, J. Beaton, A Boyd and R. M'Kenzie 2. Kicking Football—F. D. Mann 1, A. M'Donald 2. Stepping Competition...
SPORTING. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
SP0RTS&3G, RIFLE SHOOTING. Members of the local Rifle Club engaged in the Culton spoon compe tition on Saturday, seven shots at . 500 and 600 yards. G. Chapman was the only one to reach the possible 70. Following are the scores— 500 600 Hp T1 G. Chapman -.32 33 6 70 R, Dancan 31 32 5 68 S. Miller 30 •" 30 8 68 J. Chapman 81 33 3 67 J. Loats 27 32 8 67 F. Chapman 80 29 8 67 A. Chapman 28 32 5 65 J.Brown 26 30 6 62 G. Williamson 28 20 6 54 On Saturday next the shoot for the president's trophy will take place, 10 shots at-500 and 600, five shoots, best four to count.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
COURTING. The third meet of the Bttpanyup Coursing Club took place on Friday last, and was a great success. Al though arranged at short notice, the whole of the dogs entered came to the slips, and there was a large attend ance, particularly of the fair sex, a very pleasing feature being the excel lent line of lady riders acting as beaters. The weather was perfect and the going good, but there was a scar city of hares, and the company tra velled further than was anticipated. A very enjoyable day's sport was had, though slightly marred by a couple of accidents, which happily were not attended witli any very serious result. The following are the details. 10; ALL-AGED DOGS at £1 Is. Winner £& ; 2nd £4 ; two doga at £2 eticEu. THE DRAW. G. Hine's Miss Desire« J. P B—H rghfSier beat T. H. Bell's Annie's D^ughfer, Invor, gordon—Annie Booth. T. Ball's Antana, llnvergordon—Annie Booth, be*t W. Dyer's Sam D-hu, Ikey D'iu —Ada Jones. A. SFaagh er's Bluetfce, Spokesman— Celerity, beat 1...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
O A T TTB r'VTTMv -THURSDAY. AUG 13 At 1.30 o'cicll. OUNG BROS., uudf-r 'tiatru itio. m from £' ^owueis, will oiler as abf-ve -' SHKEP. 350.x merino weaneia, mixed sexes .fill merino a- d cb ewt-s, 4, 6, and 8fch, 100 per rout lamb9 150 x ewes, 4, 6 and 8th, 95 par cent lambs 120 merino wethers, 6 and 8ch, forward, ftntries rejeived up to hour of Salrf. RUPANYUP — TUESDAY, AUG. 18, 1914 — At'1.3$ p.m. SHEiCP, OATiLE. HORSES tsspOUNG BROS, instructed from vari OU9 owners, will offer at their yards on above date, Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Early Entries Invited Mitchell Bros, and White, AUCTIONEERS, LAND SALESMEN". STOCK AND STATION AG15NTS, SWORN VALUATORS. MOfcEY TO LEND AT LOWEST RATES S T A~W E L L AN& AT l^s:lrtr>&lt;t, WariackD&bpal, Murto-i, Rn^anyop an! Miuyip. ADCTION SALES conducted in any p ir pi the district. AGENTS FOR— Messrs Dal^ety and Co Mas'sey-Harris Reaper and Binder ■ Messrs Stephen Ho.gate and Co Superp: osphate Manures Royal Fire Insurance...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
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Commercial. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
Commercial, LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. Wheat, per bushel Flour, per bag Butter, per lb Eggs, per dozen Oats, per bushel 2 Bran, per bushel 1 Pollard, per bushel 1 s d ... 4 1 ... 16- 0 ... 1 a ... 1 0 3 to 2 6 2 14 3 1 i
THE Rupanyup Spectator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING THURSDAY, AUG 6 1914. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
THIS PT7BLI8HED E-VRIIY THURSDAY EVENTNG 'THURSDAY, AUG. 6 1914. MEWS AND BOTES. To-night (Thursday) a biograph en tertainment, in aid of the Mechanics' Institute, will be given in the hall. Popular prices will be charged. Since our last issue the weather has been fine, with a recurrence of frosts. The recent fall of 38 points did a wonderful amount of good, but a fall of an inch or more is badly needed to bring on the wheat crops. At the local Court of Petty Ses sions yesterday, before Messrs Har rison, P.M., and J. M. Crornie, J.P., George Watson was fined 10s for being drunk. On the eve of their departure to Colac, Mr T. Murn, who has been postmaster at Murtoa for 11 years, was, with Mrs- Murn, entertained by the residents and presented with sou venirs. The members of the Church of England and Girls' Friendly So ciety also made presentations to Mrs Murn, The 8 taw el I State school is closed for a fornight owing to the prevalence of diphtheria, Albert E. Trott, the famous ex Vict...
Rupanyup Show. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1914. PRIZE LIST. CLASS D-CATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
Bmpaaytip Sfeaw. .. ■ I lain M FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1914. CLASS D-CATTLE Stewards—Messrs F. Hemphill and G Cromie. Section 1—Best sbortborn boll. 1st £1, 2nd certificate 2—Best stioriboro cow. 1st £1, 2ud certificate 8—Best Ayrshire ball. 1st £1, 2nd certificate 4—Best Ayrshire cow. 1st £1, 2nd certificate 5—Best type of dairy cow in the yard in milk^ l?t £2 (the gift of Mr G. Frayne),. 2nd £1, &rd 10s 6—Best fat beast, fattened hy exhibitor livtog in the district. 1st £1, 2nd certificate
CLASS E-SHEEP [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
CLASS E-SHEEP Stewards—Sections 1-—ft Messrs & Miller,. G Carra.. Shampion ram—Best merino ram Jn the yards. 1st Society*? blae nbbon Qhampion ewe—Beet merino ewe in the yard ^ 1st Society's bLue ribboa . Section. 1—Merino r&no, any age. 1st £1 (the gift of Union Baok), 2nd IGs 2—Merino ram, under years. 1st £1 (ihe gift of W. D. Knowling), 2iid 10s £—Merino ewe, any age. 1st £1 (the gift of tbe Geelong Wool Brokers' Association,); 2nd 10s ^—Merino ewe, under yeare. list £1 (the gift of the Union Bank),, 2nd 10s 5—Best three merino ewes, under years. 1st £1 (the gift of Mr J, Weatherlyv Wal laloo Park)j 2nd 10s 3—Merino ewe, any agp^with* lamb-at foot,. 1st £1 (the gift of Wm» Hutchinson. Esq.,. M.'LiA.); 2nd l-O.s Stewards—Sections 7&lt;—19"* Messrs J&s,. Aitken, G, Newall and B» Holikamp.. 1—Linc'lb ram^any-age. 1st £1 (the gift of Messrs Young Bros)* 2nd 10b 81—Lincoln ram,, under l^yrs. 1st £1 (the g^ift i sf Mr Jas. Aitken); 2nd lQs 9—Lincoln ewe...
CLASS F-POULTRY [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
CLASS F-POU&TKY Stewards—MesGrs J«a.. Maherr Rr Wade,. J:, Loats, and R. Sivetfcm&n. Frizps—First 5s,. second 2a 6drin- eacbeeotion Sscti-oj? 2—And*lasia» cocfe 2—Andalasian hen 3—Porting cock . . , . ' 5—Dorking hea 5—Game cock 6—Game hen 7—-HambBrg sp&ngFed eoefc 8—Hamburg spangled hso 9—Langsban cock 10—Langsban ben 11—White Leghorn eoek J2—White Leghorn hen IS—Brown Leghorn cock 14—Brown Leghorn he» 15—Minorca cock 16—Minorca hen 17—BuS Orpington eook 18—Boff OrpiDgtoo ben 19—Blaok Orpington cock 20—Black Orpington ben 21—White Orpington cock ,v 22—White Orpington hen. . 23—Plymouth Bock cock *; " 24—Plymouth Rock hen * • 25—White Wyandotte cook 26—White Wyandotte hen - ' 27—Golden Wyandotte cock " 28—Golden Wyandotte hen 23—Silver Wyandotte coek SO—Si vtr Wyandotte hen . v' *nd Wyandotte codk ' . •-( •5-i '« ' • • - A :->h' . - r " 'V V --V-.V ■ . :r: ilr.; 5C ' - :-"|Q ; ■ V'-V. V' •J •82—Partridge and Wyandotte hen -v33—Best pen of-4 birds, first or...
CLASS G-DOGS [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
CLASS G-DOGS Stewards—Messrs 3>. B. Dyar and A. Leeson Section 1—Sheep dog or plufc, any breed other than Kelpie. 1st 7s 6d, 2ud 2s §d 2—Sheep dog or slut, Kelpie* 1st Ts 6d^ 2nd 2s 6d. 3—Greyhound dog... 1st trophy value 10s 6d the gift of Messrs \V_ Oalton and Sods):, -2j)d 5s 4—Greyhound slut.. 1st l*0s 6d (the giEfc of Messrs Culton aDd Sons), Stud 5s» 5—Gollie. 1st 5s, 2nd certificate 6—Pointer. 1st 5s,. 2nd certifHjatQ' : 7—Setter. 1st 0s,. 2nd' certifiaate : 8—Fox terrier. 1st 5s, 2nd certificate- - The committee invite exhibition of any other d:s;iuot bceed- of dogs, for which speciaK prises -will be awarded;if of soffi'cient merit.
SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
SEA KALE. A LITTLE-KNOWN VEGETABLE. There is 110 more wholesome veget able than seakale, and among those who are well acquainted with it there is none move highly esteemed. Along the coast of Western Europe, including the British Isles, it grows as a weed. It has a thick, fleshy root shock, which branches freely, and fleshy ovate leaves, with stout sheath ing stalks like that. of celery. The part that is eaten is the leaf-stalk, which is made tender and agreeable in flavor by forcing. The plants will grow in an ordinary garden soil, but do best in a rich sandy, loam which has been deeply trenched and further enriched with well rotted farmyard manure. Propa gation can be effected ^either from roots or by seed, both of which may be secured now from local seedsmen. SEEDING AND TRANSPLANTING. Sow the seed in drills a foot apart and cover with very fine sand. "VVhen large enough, thg young plants should be judiciously thinned out to afford ample room for growth. The follow ing season (sa...