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A FUNERAL IN NAZARETH. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
A FUNERAL IN NAZARETH. Each religious community has a sep arate-cemetery, and the Moslems have two. A death in the household is im mediately announced to tho neighbor hood by the) shrieks of the relatives who have been sitting around the deathbed. If a Moslem the dying man is turned so as to face Mecca. No special religious ceremony is per formed then; but if the last struggle seems to be prolonged the "kliateeb,51 or priest, may be summoned to invoke Allah that the spirit may quickly leave the distressed body. It is believed to be the reward of a virtuous life to have a quick ending. The hands are lifted up at the very last, as a. final adher ence to the Moslem creed. The mo ment that the death occurs the women scream, tear .their hair, and rend their clothes, especially tho covering of their breasts, and "beat their oliests. This frenzy brings all the neighbours, who crowd into the chamber of grief- and «*idd their voices to the tumult. Such a scene may last an- hour, but sooner o...
FEEDING AT MILKING TIME. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
FEEDING AT MILKING TIME In resopnse to enquiries on tiiis sub ject, Mr. J. B. AVarren writes in tu&lt; "Leader'.:—"We liave practised a.i three ways, that is, feeding before milking, during milking, and afte* milking. We have adopted tho lusi method, though not on amount of any material difference we have noted jii milk flow, but because of the improves conduct of the cows during milking time. We found where we fed pre vious to milking them that we ha to arrange :n advance of milking time in order that all of them should finish before boginning to milk, that it ■•"iii'jer brought our feeding too early ox 0U7 milking too late. Where wo fea during milking time they were always uneasy and more or less in motion, crowding in the bails more or less anu wasting the time of the milkers. Where we let them wait until alter milkiufa for their feed, we have none of thost troubles to speak of. We would be interested in noting the replies of others as to "i/heir experience, and possibly ...
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
FAITH HEALING AND CANCER. Remarkable evidence, showing iiow a victim of cancer died in great agony while receiving Christian Science "treatment" from a woman who ad mitted tfhat she was absolutely devoid of medioa' knowledge, was given at the Westminster's Coroner's Court at an inquest on Miss Eva Lucy Hold en. Miss Holden, who was 51 years old, had been a sufferer l'rom cancer for Eoiro years, and had been told that an operation was necessary. She refused to have an operation, and about two years ago, dlie beoame a Christian scientist. Miss Alice Payne, a friend, describ ed how a Mrs Donaldson, a Christian Science practitioner, "treated" Miss Eioklen by prayer. Mrs Donaldson said that sho first met Miss Holden two yearB and three month ago, when Miss Holden came to tier and said that sho had read Chris tian Science books, and wanted to have Christian Science treatment. "Have you had any experience of medicine?" the coroner asked. "No, I have had no medical traip . n.'' Mrs Donaldso...
WHAT OUR FOREFATHERS ATE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
WHAT OUR FOREFATHERS ATE. A German paper (publishes an inter esting article oil the lost dishes of the Middle Ages. It seems that the art of cooking has declined, and that it is in part due to the changing fashions in food. ]?or instance, in Germany, in tlio middle Ages, many vegetables were eaten whioli have long since dis appeared from the table, such as vio let leaves, mixed with young nettles, thistles and green wheat, and boiled henip seeds. Salads were mado of mallow loaves, celery roots, and purs lane, mixed with salt and pepper, for oil was almost unknown. Olive oil was considered to smack of effiminaoy and Italian luxury. Horse radish sauce was used instead. The origin of.sauerkraut is lost in antiquity. But it was certainly invented by the Ger man hausfrau long before cauliflowers or artichokes or potatoes were known. The potato revolutionised the fare of tho poor, who had formerly to rely on tho roots of wild plants. The var iety of meats was larger, including beavers, an...
THE Rupanyup Spectator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING THURSDAY, SEPT. 24, 1914. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
Tilii jjWangnji PUBLISHED E'-'HRY THUflSDAY BV-i8NI*M THURSDAY, SEPT. 24. 1914. news and motes. The weather during- the past few . days has been most unpleasant—high north-westerly winds, with clouds of dust—but no rain. The majority of stock owners in. the district have now given up hopes of being able to find feed for their stock locally* and the ] southern districts are again reaping : the benefit of the drought in the northern areas. On show night the "blare of a band,, the glitter of -tinsel, and tha hetero geneous collection of annua;]?;, was too; great Subtraction for xh$. great ma jbrity for them to maintain their* loyalty to the A. and P. Society by patronising the concert given by "The Grattans," in- aid of the society's funds. Consequently, Ei'oni^B Circus had a bumper house, while the concert hall was three parts empty. A send-off was tendered on Satur day evening to Mr D. Mahoney, son of Senior-Constable Mahoney. late of this town,, at the residence of Mr D. McLean. Mr ...
POULTRY YARD. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
POULTRY YARD. A careful poultry-keeper .will go into the fowl-house now and then in the evening, to see the birds are allright, as their exact oondition can b« ob served when on the perch. Should any bird be breathing hard, a tea spoonful of warmed glycerine, follow ed by one of salad oil, should be given at once, as thia treatment will ease in a short time; then give two roup pills, and on an average, fifteen birds out of every twenty will be well in •from threo to seven days, if treated when the first symptoms appear. Should the rattling in the throat be very severe, and the breathing hard, the ilesh over the lungs should be pain ted with tincture of arnica. I For the man who goes in solely for eggs, a forcing system of feeding is all right, but it is bound to be detri mental to breeding stock, and this is. why pullets, intended for breeding purposes, should not be given quanti ties of nourishing soft food. If they are, it almost certain -that many of the eggs produced will be inf...
Made In Germany Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
Made In Cssrm&fiy Ga©ds^ The following, table, which is of in terest at the present time, has been handed to us by Mr R. M'Gowan. It is a comparison of softgoods lines iirir ported into th& Commonwealth in 19 L2. of declared origin in Germany and Aastria,. as compared with. British nianafactures.. Many people have little idea of the relative proportion; and volume of German and Austrian trade with, this part of the world.. It must not be forgotten-' that Germany has been a large customer for Austra lian products, and has paid for them in goods.. The figures are compiled from the 4' Draper of Australasia " :— Gloves— United Kingdom,. £4£,65>3 Germany 183,880 Austria 20,661 Minor Articles United Kingdom-,. £i9,899 Germany 38,318 Socks and >tockiugs— United Kingdom; £549,446. Germany 193,660' Trimmings United Kingdom £80,091 Germany 159,688 Minor Articles or Apparel—,. United Kingdom, £ I 72,9 J 5 Germany 135,255 Austria 35,6X4 Velvets and Velveteens— United Kingd...
CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
CANADIAN FISHERIES. EXTRAORDINARY ACCIDENT An extraordinary condition, ogat'd ing tho British Columbia Salmon fish eries, which may seriously afEect tLo future of tho canning trade, has recent ly been reported to the Fisheries De partment! at Ottawa. In buiiduig their British Columbia lino - bng the precipitous bquks of the Fraser IHver, the Canadian Northern railway, is re ported to have blasted enorii-JUB quantities of rock into the 'famous salmon river. These masses of ruck have so deflected 'the current that when a big "run" occurs, they are unable to pass the obstaole, an.l aio i consequently prevented from reach ing their spawning grounds. This year there was a. big "run" and it is stated that wjjieu the salmon reached these dams, they were unal lo J to go on, and millions turned back and died without spawning. The results will probably be serious, as a big run occurs every four years, when tlhere is an increase of tlireo and four million dollars in the .salmon canning trade. ...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
WOMEN'S INTERESTS (By "Anibrasine.") The skirt is going to hall-mark the dress—is, in fact, doing this now. I can only offer one opinion: that the .spring-spread, hip is going to be con demned by all except extremists. Hav ing said that I glance at the blouse—1 refer to the dominating note. In this department we have everything that is beautiful, and very little that calls for condemnation. The frill luis grown like a flower—bud to bloom. Bit by bit the Medici has expanded till w are one remove from an lrregulariy formed ruff. The swelled front, which is'outlined with a frill is to be exploited, "fri]l to short sleeve in keeping, or to longer in the form of an hour-glass. The designers the other side of the world are nothing if hot resourceful to names. The wrist-frill, which is drawn in at oeiitro wit|h ribbon, is • very aptly described. Buttons arc an etcetra we shall S6e in less striking form'. \Vhile plenty may he. used, either t r use or decoration, they will bo of much reduced...
Church Services. SUNDAY, Sept 27, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
&lt;9 Sunday, Sept 27, 1914. Church of England — Glenorchy at 11 a.m., Lubeck at 3 p..m» Rupan yupat 7.30 p,in. Rev. H. A. Hayden Presbyterian Church.—Marnoo at 11 a.m. Banyenar 2.30. Rupanyupr at 7 p.m. Rev. E. II. M'Lean Shugg-, B.A. Methodist Church. — Rupanyup, 11 a,m. and 7, Allen. Lallat 3 p.rn, Allen. Burrereo 3, Lumsden. For Bronchial Coughs, j Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d &lt;
INLAND WATER STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
INLAND WATER' STEAMER. ;Tbe;c'Seeandbee,'' a' new side wheel, passenger steamer, recently, 'placed - in service, between.' Cleveland arid Buffalo,, is the largest side-wheel steamer in ex istence. Five hundred feet in length overall, she lias an extreme beam; over fclie guards of 98.6 arid a depth of hull at tlio stern of 30ft 4in. . Tli©."See andbee" has sis decks, and provides .oyer.500 staterooms. She is driven by .engines of over 12,000 h.p., at ji,S]jeecl of 22 miles an hour. The prank shaft of hoi' inclined reciprocating engine weighs 120 tons. ..Sue has stateroom accomodation for 1500 people, and car ries a permit for 6000 people. Her freight capacity is 1500 tons.
CLASS B— BLOOD STOCK Stewards—Messrs Alf. Graham, and B. Hutchings. Judges—Messrs J. T. Chapponel and A.T. Darling SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
CLASS B- BLOOD STOCK Stewards—Messrs Aif. Grabaoi, and. B. H-Utcbinga. Judges—Messrs J- T Chappanel and A>X Darling. S-ECtl IN. —-Thoroughbred entire horse,,any- age.. T*t. i £2 (gift, of Warrauooke Jistaie), 2nd £L. Laugley Eros I « .2—1 tioroughbred msre^aDj age. 1st £i, 2nd 109 _H. Coleman. L and 2 S—Trotting stailion,.Bbo.WD in action (pedigree to be taken into consideration}. Lit £2, 2nd £1 J. Keilly 1 4—Thoroughbred,colt or filly.,,two years,. Isl 10s, 2nd certificate No exhibit 5——ThorougLbred yearling, colt or- filif. Is; 10&, 2nd certificate No exhibit 6—Stallion,. 14 bands or under, 1st £i (gift Warranooke Estate), 2nd 10a Quiulaa andM'l,ean. 1. D. M'Gilp 2 7.—Pony, 14 bands or under. 1st £1, 2nd 34)s A ii Wetteuball 1. A J Wood 2. 8:—Pony, 1& handa. ot under. l*t£l. (the )«ifi of Mr J. T..Chappie), 2nd-10d J T Chappie 1. J Weatherly 2. _ 9.—Gniidren's pony, 12: bands or- under., let i 15b, 2nd 5s A, iL Wetteuball 1 J- T Oram,2 3. entries
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
\ OUx-G AUCTIONEERS. % qTHTlHN - oiiil, •: r.'nce uid Commiss on Ager»'f ARAR A T. - ; r.; re-«Tintive and Ausfcioueor, H vrold 3. Voung. I lead' Officos— HOR'flAM H \,\!ILT03 & NTiHLL ^ jiriiir.-i. 'Ol?:c«Ts.'Hng,. Murtoa, \ . Mii'yij-j \V-an"icfnial)j.il» liuiilih, Ru* \ ['Siiyi'ii, Di :uhnni:v, Donald; Goroke; Ararat, and Kaniva. ^g,„. i. S at Strathdownie,. Lake Bolac, 1 liau/eua, , Peneh.-rst, jtfaluKir.il, au&lt;i ilopolOUU. Action and Clearing Sales CJonducte 1 'n ;;a-r£ ot tlie State. ; A SP ECIALTY^ /; Trucking Arrangements uv*da"' f-.tt F^t 3fc&lt;>' k going to Ballarat and Melbourne Markets. Unlimited Amounts of Trust Money to Lend at 4 per ceut. Agents for— Denny, Lnscellea, Auafcin. & G >, Geeloag and Meloourne. Banking Co:upiuy Ltd. 'J he Auxtra asian Mutual Live Steak. Insurance Society Ltd. 1'usii.ess Arrange i wiih a 1 the Leading Tirniis of Auctioneers in New South Wales, and South. Au»ti aii-i. - MANAGER at RUI'ANVU- " ■W. MIL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
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CLASS D—CATTLE Stewards—Messrs E. Hemphill and G Cromie. Judge—Mr [?] Tobin. SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
CLASS- U—CA.TTLE 'Stewards—Messrs E\ Iiemphill and & Cronaie. Judge—Mr ?»£ Tobio* Sbctioh Is at £1, 2nd certifioale l'3t £1', 2nd certificate 1st £1, jh>d certificate 1st £1, 2nd certificate 1—Bp-fe shorthorn boll. C A- Graham b 2—Bpfit 8>'ortborn cow. I? Biijuell 1: 8—B st AyrBhiia balls Dyke Bros 1. 4—Best Ayrshire flow. Dyke Bros 1 5—Best type of dairy,cow in the yBrd in milk,. I t £2 (the gift of Mr Gk Frayne), 2nd £1, tOs J M'X>anald 1 W. D Know'.log 2' 6—Brgfc fttt b^sr, fattened by exhibitor living in the district. l*t £L, 2nd certificate au Bros I, J; M1 Donald!2'
CLASS C—HACKNEYS. Stewards—Messrs W. Pearson, J. M'Donald, D.N. M'Lennan and E. Ray. Judges—Messers [?]. T Chapponel and A. T. Darling, SECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 24 September 1914
' CLASS; C-HAO&N.EY& - Stewards—M&lt; as re [ W. JPearson, Jv M'Doaald,. Bi N.. M'LflDDaa and K_ Ray.. 3bdg.eE—Meters £ X Ghapgonsl and A- X" Darling; Section. jfcl Maiden lime tr&t trotrl' mile either saddle or harness. list £2, 2nd. £1. (both the gift of Messrs M4:Lean Bros). H €5t>lemau 1^. A M Kinnon % 1—Light-weight hackney,.op to list, list £2 (the gift of Commercial Bauk)y 2nd £1 (toe gift of Messrs Young Bros). B Coleman 1, T. Quinu 2. 7. eutries 2—Weight-carryiug hackney, op to 14a£. 1st £2.; 2nd £1 (the gift of Mr J M Cromie) £ K Krelle I, C D Cbutta 2 3—-Galloway, 14 2 aod nofcunder 14- hands,.in saddle. 1st £1 (the gift of Mr Jacob Graham), 2nd 10s Mitchell Broa and White 1, J W Teara 2 Lady'e back, to be exhibited by the eques trienne. 1st £1 (the gift of Mrs G, Hiiie), 2nd 10» — llisa Weathorley 1, T Qoinn 2: 6—Best lady rider. Is- bridle value £l la (the gift of Mr J, D Skidmorn), 2nd 10s Misa Weatherley 1 Miss N Miller 2 6,—Horneeai...