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THE CURE CORNER. THE SICK ROOM IN WINTER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
THE CURE CORNER. THE SIOK ROOM IN WINTER. There are several small points, im portant in themselves, which must be attended to in the sick room in win ter. such as the admitting of fresh air'without causing draught; the keep ing up the fir© during the night with out disturbing the patient, being very careful that the change of personal clothing and sheets are always well aired, that there are two or three hot water bottles a-fc hand, and that a kettle of water is always on the boil in the kitchen to fill them in case of the patient having a chill. It is quite as important to have the room well ventilated in winter as in summer, but sometimes it is more difficult to accomplish, especially in rainy and windy weather. It can be done, how ever by opening the bottom sash a few inches, and tacking over .it an old blanket, then the fresh air will filter through without causing a draught. The thermometer must be examined from time to time, to see that the room is of the right tmperature, viz...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A CATASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER X. A CATASTROPHE. "Not going?" exclaimed Miss Bra bazon, raising her voice almost to a scream, as her niece stood before her, her proud head drooping, and her pale lips quievring. "You will throw away every advantage for which I have toil ed and labored, all these months! lou will leave him for a whole day wi h that woman who is doing her very ut most to supplant you,' and is determin ed to get him for herself! You will undo all the good that has been done by your lucky accident, and you won t be content till you've worried your poor aunt into her grave!" "Is it my fault if I wake with a headache?" her voice weary and sad, after the exhausting conflict she had been waging with her heart through the long sleepless hours of the nigh . "A hearache I Pshaw 1 as if you had not gone out a hundred times with a splitting head, if you thought there was a chanc© of seeing this young Dey erel in the Row, or at a tea-squasn. What''s come over you, girl?" peering into...
LUCERNE AND ITS POSSIBILITIES [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
lucerne and its possibilities The Illinois Alfalfa Growers' Asso ciation is. but one year of age, yet it has become a flourishing organisa tion composed pf the best farmers of the state, men- with, progressive ideaa and who practioa up-to-Uate methods, men who know and appreciate the value of alfalfa and are anxious that others may learn, to grow. it. One of the speakers at the recent meet* ing of the association waa the presi dent, Hon. A. P. Grout, who in discussing the subject said in part: "After twenty years' experience in growing alfalfa, I hare oome to the conclusion that the average yield per annum, under the ordinary or; usual conditions which prevail in Central Illinois, should not be less than five tons per acre. I have not always grown • this amount, but that was, when I was getting experi ence and learning how. I am doing it now, and whenever I fail it iB not the fault of the plant, but because I have not done my part or complied with some ;of the conditions or require ...
THE ALARM CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
the alarm clock. A tourist iit rural Scotland took r& j fuge for the night in the cottage of nr ; old lady. Ho asked her to wako hin up'early in the morning, warning hei that he was quite deaf. Upon awakening much later than th&lt; j appointed hour, he found that, the ole laay, with strict regard for the pro j prieties, had slipped under the door i ! slip of paper, upon which was writ'.on j "Sir, it s half-past eight." ; "When the hands have au unplcasm j odor from onions, fish, or co.i livercil I etc., rub and wash the hands u wusfc.&lt;m j water made iii the usual hut w't! j more water. This is exoelidnb. i
GARDEN NOTES. HOT WATER FOR STRAWBERRIES [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
GABDEftS NOTES. HOT WATER FOR STRAWBERRIES Writing on: May 12, the Paris cor respondent of a London neAvspaper 'stated.Paris is already ■ in the 'midst of the strawberry season. Straw berries are Seen everywhere in t'he fruit shops and in the restaurants, and ib seems that for years past they had not made such an early appearance on tables in Paris. Perhaps the early abundance of the fruit is explained by a now discovery, which is already em ployed by many gardeners, namely, the use of warm water in forcing the plants.- The hot water treatment ol flowers and fruit plants has been in use to a certain extent for the last ten years, but its real advantages, it seems, as regards early fruits were not perceived until last winter. The old method of forcing in hot houses is well-known, but it is an expensive one, and gardeners have been looking for a substitute. It appears now that all that-is necessary is simply to pro tect the plants against frost, and to water them from time to time wit...
CRUISERS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
CRUISERS ABROAD. A striking change lias come over the composition of the squadrons on for eign service within the last four years (says the "Army and Navy Gazette"). They are composed in some cases of fewer ships than ordinary but these vessels are much more modern and efficient for tho duties required oi them. An important factor in this •respect has been the construction of the "city" class of light cruisers. It was said at the time these ships were designed that they would be especially useful for foreign service, and it will now be seqn tha't practically all the squadrons abroad are leavened by them. The Caps Station is the latest to have a ship of tho typo attached to it, the Nottingham, having been selected to replace* the Astraea. Mow great is the gain, in the efficiency or the squadron by; the change is mani fest when it is remembered that the Astraea is over twenty years old, with a speed of about nineteen knots, and an armament of two 6 inch and eight 4.7 in guns, all of f...
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. (From our Special Correspondent,/ i Perhaps among the best work dona iu connection with the-State. Schools, upart from the imparting cf a working knowledge of the .three li's—and there it) a lot, done apart- .from those essen tials—is that performed by the medi-. cal officers, attached to "the Depart ment. According to the report of these officers, they find that'the three things most ..feared, are fresh air, cold water, • and ' sunshine7. These fears they hope'to eradicate by lessons" on health topics', and insctmction in the value of personal; cleanliness; An ex tension of. the. time allotted to these subjects in the curriculum of the ele mentary schools would be -welcomed. It is thought the present provision for 15 minutes t'uition per week does not meet the necessities-.of tKe situation. The chief medical officers says that while the most;' immediately apparent results of their work will be those which follow the medical examination of the school children', the...
HONEY AND ITS USES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
HONEY AND ITS USES. Honej' might ;with advantage be more generally used than, it is as an article of diet. "The greatest part of the honey produced in . the United States (says an American authority) is secured by the large baking concerns. It is used in varying quantities in cak«b and cookies, also those made with molasses, soon become so dry that they are not palatable. But honey cakes will keep in good condition al most indefinitely. Indeed, they seem to improve with ago. In many homer honey is a luxury. Honey is food should not, 'Je considered a luxury, as a pound of honey costs no more than a pound of candy, and is;,much better for the children. Bread, butter and honey is a luxury. Honey as food of diet as pies and cakes, that often make up the school ;lunclieon. Can any housewife make up a complex mixture that is more delicio.us than wholesome bread. good butter and honey, to say nothing of digestibility. TVe have substituted honey for molas ses in cakes and cookies that call ...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
-HERE AND THERE. .Dr. Bashford, Dii'ector of the Im-j penal Cancer Research Fund Labora- | tory, in a lecture at the recent Royal Sanitary institute, laid down rules for the avoidance of cancer., which may be epitomised as follow. Gut down your tobacco allowance, take the pledge, and eat your dinner with' the calm of . a cow. A warning'to'. the.; over-strenuous was uttered at a National Health Society meeting receritLy ..by Professor Stir ling. Severe bodily exercise, he said was incompatible with full digestive ac . . tivity. Mental fatigue greatly im paired bodily activity, and vice versa. Glands, like 'muscles, suffered from, : fatigue, and the result of a "quick lunch" was to exhaust the glands which supply the digestive fluids. The se cret of health, said the lecturer, was to be found in rhythm. Between the ! heart beats was a.regular pause, whicn i permitted a restitution of matter and energy. On a larger scale, sleep was such another Quiescent period. Re- ! pose was the neces...
PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES. ("The Queen.") [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
PERUVIAN ANTIQUITIES.' ("The Queen."' Mail comes and goes. it is one of the humlities of humanity that only a few races and individuals leave any. lasting memories behind tliem. The works of their hands, too, die witii; them. But this is not always so. In Peru, we come upon traces of vast civilisation of high order, of which we have no actual knowledge, save for some sculptured walls we are un able to decipher, rind marvellous ruins of stone buildings wonderfully con structed. _ We have to content our selves with mere tradiions few and far between. History points to a Mongolian type, swept away by the incas. and supplanted by them before the birth of Christ. But these early remains of an extinct people are of unrivalled interest. We have, how ever, some pre-Inca relics testifying to culture and strong artistic tendencies j and some of the texiles belonging to the pre-Inca period, as well as to the work of the great Inca area, have been handed down in rare perfection, though they dat...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
BREVITIES. Devonshire lace workers - hare been engaged for three years, and will not finish for another nine months, on. a beautiful court veil with flouncing and trimmings made on a fabric of tho fin est Brussels net. The edging is, about 100 yards of Honiton lace, and the centre part contains 240 large sprays of Hawthorn, with over 200 sprays of the same flower. Scatter ed over the whole are hundreds of butterflies. The wearer of this elab orate adornment will be a lady (now in India), and the occasion will be one of the functions of the English Court i 1915. In 1871 the Counts of Salanione of Serraville brought an action against the Commune of Salusola Biellese, for tht violation of water rights. The case has continued for 133 years, and was only settled a few weeks ago by compromise. Meanwhile the Salomone estates had been sold several times, but each new proprietor kept the ac tion going, while every successive Mayor of the Commune handed the defence of the town as a hritage to...
FOOTBALL. RICHARDSON VALLEY ASSOCIATION Banyena v. Marnoo. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 6 August 1914
FOOTBALL. Richardson Valley Association Banyena v. Marnoo. "A match between the above teams was played on Saturday on the Ban- yena ground. There was a large attendance, and intense excitement prevailed throughout. Banyena ran out winners, the final totals being— Banyena, 5.12 ; Marnoo, 4.7. On Banyena side Cooper, M'Cardle, West, Dunlop and W. King played best, and for Marnoo the most prominent were " Snowy," Jones Bros, and Manning- ton. Marnoo are leading Banyena by four points for the premiership, with one round to play. The match for next Saturday is Marnoo and Trainor's Lagoon, on the ground of &nbsp; the latter.
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 13 August 1914
"(By "Rusticus.") At m-eaoitij when their position is aboutu aus acute and distressing as it possibly can be, comments and advice on the growing of fodder for dairy cows lis^-not likely to appeal to the owners of stock in the ury, northern areas. No matter how clever and resourceful they may be, -they cannot produce with out the necessary moisture. That fact is obvious to everybody. There are many parts- of the State, however, where an ^assured rainfall is experi enced, .and there dairymen should cer tainly make adequate provision each year for./.the .maintenance of their ani mals in'the most effective condition. Those who hitherto have not done all that they might and ought to have ac complished in that respect should, with advantage, study and digest the ob servations recently made by Mr. A. F. Furniss at a meeting of the Longwood branch of the S.A. Agricultural Bureau. Speaking with reference, of course, particularly to the hills districts, he said from the beginning of October u...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 7. CHAPTER XII. A PIECE OP IVORY. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 13 August 1914
(ALL RIGHTS RH8HRYBD.) THB me: O R, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. V By Hedley Richards, Author ot "The Mine .Master's Heir," "Tim®, the Avenger," etc., etc. PART 7. CHAPTER XII. A PIECE OP IVORY. Dr. Fitzpatrick had dineS, and he ~ was seated over the fire enjoying ft pipe. All his ill-temper had vanished; a good dinner had made him look more hopefully on his chances of win ning Meg for his own. Later he would have to visit a patient, who was seriously ill ; but this interval was bis own, in which to dream of the girl he loved, and it was with Bome annoyance he turned his head when there was a tap ,on the door, and tfie parlourmaid informed him that Miss Morris wished to see him. But the girl had scarcely uttered the ^ words when Therese Morris pushed past her into the room, in time to hear Mtzpatrick'B muttered "Con found her!" Then he recovered him self, and advancing held out his hand, saying : "Good evening, Miss Morris. Will you sit here ?" and he drew a low chair forward. x ...
NECESSITY OF GRIT FOR POULTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 13 August 1914
NECESSITY OF GRIT FOR POULTRY. ills laet that fowls require gnt iu oraer. to ujgeit Hard' grain jj> frequent-, iy oveiiooicea »y -poultry Keepers. -iiie vvoi'K ox reuucnig ami griuuiug up whole gram m luo case or rotvjs is principally perionned uy wie jpzzaru uii organ w'luch is pruviutu ' ivitli strong muscles lor tins" purpose. uu less, no« ever, some grit or. small peti oles 'or gravel are .pr«seut-:iu cue giz zard; to aid in the grinding up ot Hie gram, tile process goes on impei'iec^ ly and in a very siow manner, luucii slower than should noriuaiiy ue the case. inability to secure a sumcieno amount of grit to meet their require ments ou tne part ■ 01 the liens or ciuessens results- in digestive distur bances being set up, and tue toed— at any rate, that pari; provided 111 the shape or whole grain—not being pro perly assimilated. in some cases, lack ot ■grit' may prove fatal. t On" being swallowed,-the food is con veyed into the crop along the gullet. The lining membrane of t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 13 August 1914
RUPATs'YUP Toilet Club CIGAR DIVAN, NEWS AGENCY FRUIT MART AHD SPORTS DEPOT. main street, bupanydp. D. McCOWAN Proprietor. Confectionery Equal to any to be obtained out of the City. TOBACCOMlST GOODS Of all descriptions. FISHING TACKLE FRESH FRUIT and SUMMER DRINKS An Aerated' Water Plant just installed. A Choice Collection ol XMAS CARDS, LOCAL VIEWS; and other NOVELTIES suitable for Presents. The Hairdressing Saloon will be open daily, and every attention paid to this department Agent for "the Metropolitan Papers, Rupanyup Spectator, Bulletin, Sporting Journals,. Periodicals, Magazines, etc. HASSEL'S MANURES. Vaccination DR,.. A, COOK will Yacoinate at his Surgery, " Kia Ora," Dyer-street Rupanyup* on. the lBt and &rd luesday in every month. Hours—From 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. MrTFrancSs 18. Mann* BARRISTER & SOLICITOR, (Late with the firm ©f Pearson and Mann, Barristors and Solicitors of Ballarat.) HAS commenced - the practice of his professsion at MUST OA and will visit a...