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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST ! I (By "Rusticus.") Among the many gatherings that took J place during Show week, one of the most interesting was the annual con ference of members of the Go-operative Butter and Cheosc Factories' Associa tion of Victoria. Mr. M. Burke, the president of the Association, in moving tho adoption of the reports and balance sheet, said that' the council had had many questions to deal with during the year. Somo of the most important mat ters dealt with wore ""Uplifting of the Quality of Victorian Butter," and the '•Monaco of Margarine." Develop ments in connection with the introduc tion of'the; "iCream Grading Bill" were slow; severer important recommenda tions were made, and have been em bodied in'the bill, now before the Cab inet for consideration. With the ob ject of uplifting the quality of Victor ian butter, the council approached the Minister of' Agriculture with the re quest that he convene a conference of those interested. The Minister concurred and a conference...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
LIVE STOCK INSURANCE. ALL CLASSES OF STOCK INSURED AGAINST DEATH FROM . ANY. CAUSE/ • — — FOALING RISKS COMMENCING WITH'^ATTEMPT' TO FOAL \ AND DEATH FROM ANY CAUSE THERE AFTER;' • • RATES LOWEST CURRENT. ;■ CLAIMS PROMPTLY PAID. ACTIVE AGENTS WAITED WHERE . N9T REPRESENTED. APPLY TO DALGETY m CO., LTD., MELBOURNE. 3WAHST0F3 STREET, ami adjoin Ing Fiinsiers-st. and Princes' Bridge Stations. ftlELBOU^NE, Trams. Trains and §§otcr 'Buses to ail parts Every Accommodation; Ufl, Eight Parter, SojTerats Tarfot. Tel., f48 Cen. T. WH£LAR. Prssn'eicf • (Late sf £k&lt;nsid). INSURE WITH THE LIMITED. FOR FIRE, ACCIDENT, EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY, WORKERS' COiVIPEN . . . SATiON INSURANCE. . . . ACTIVE AGENTS " WANTED. - WHERE NOT RE PRE SEN TED. rv.il Particulars on application to DALGETY ® CO. LTD., MKLEOUKNE. (Managers for Victoria.) c. e. miller! AMD CO., I ! furnTtuse I REMOVERS & STORERS. J 317 COLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. 'Phones 9278—9279. Large number Vans constantly travelling;...
BESIEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
besieged. (,By an Jv; War Correspondent) The siege of Ladysmith was a sun-all afiair compared with, say, the siege of Jjic-ca or tlie siege of historic Axons. We, who were smit up in ftie Natal •town witnessed no terrible carnage, no capturing and recapturing of the placfe. iSo streets there wore ever oiacked with the dead. Yet every one -within the encircling ligut of Bri (tisli troops thought the siege real enough, and sufticiently supplied with stirring adventures and Ihair-breadth escapes. it was much the same at Jiimoerley and at Mafeking, as at Ladysmith. There were no forts at any of the besieged towns in South Africa. The British big guns alone, Jn a sense, provided the necessary protection. It -was these big guns and their shrapnel that kept the enemy at a respectful .distance. Very seldom at Ladysmith •did the Boers advance beyond fihelr lines_ of investment. They knew that within those lines, their fate would 'be to encounter not only field artillery and quickfirers, but ...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
— THE — MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XIX. STOP There wa& a loug train of carriages blocking tiie way, lor the English are' a musioloving people, and their fav orite prima donna never failed to iiU the house. The opera had already be gun when Mrs. Duval and the Mar quis of Belgrave arrived at ' Cdvent Garden. ida, wrapped in a long white cloak' /trimmed with marabout, looked lite a swan as sue sailed through the crowd into the lobby. A solitary diamond star glittered amongst her soft brown curls, and she carried her head like a queen. Many eyes followed her graceful figure with admiration, some with a faint recognition, wondering where they had seen it befote; otriers witb frank delight, as at the first sight ol a thing of beauty. No delight, but grave disapprobation, mixed with a slight surprise, in one pair of dark eyes, as Captain Beresford stepped in front of her. "Mrs. Duval 1" "Yes," with a slight blush which seemed to herself quite unreasonable. "Lord Belgrave is with me, a...
BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
BEE V1TJ.ES. There are 27,774 Chinese in Can ada. Paris has about 115, residents to the acre to Lonuun'j; 51). -More than isuO Kinds of iisii are .known to produce sounds. Pure litnium, uiuv.li is the ligntest motal icuown, nas no practical usw. So-called (Jmnese n^e p^pei ls m&lt;*de from uio jjiicii oi a. I'oiin^^un tie«. i'racuoaiiy hall tho uiunio-cls in tne vvorlu are owned in tne unu-td it is estimated that the total area unuer wheat in Canada is li,i:ui>,ouu aores. old wax puonograph records, broKen and melteu, rn^Ke excellent insulation xor electrical work. Italians are experimenting with the production of cotton on tne oates oi JLripoii with mucn success. • Beggars in Cnrna are taxed, and have ceitain districts allotted to them in which to make appeals for charity. Over £6,001),Out) h&lt;*s Ocen raided lor chanty at tne iiondun Mansion Jdouse in the last fiity yeais, including £2,000,000 for tne Hosp-tal Sunday i'"und. Having worked single-handed as a chi...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
(By "Ambrosiac.") It is a very good teat ol: suocess in dressing to review olio's clothes as tiioy ail hang together. Strip them of their nice white, or chintz, bags, look at them- as they hang shoulder to shoalder, and judge whether the effect bo harmonious. If the dresses ap pear to sulk or to look annoyed, irri tated, and even angry at the mere presence of cadi other, then there is something wrong. This happens when there is any attempt at mixing the classes. All dresses, no matter how simple or how grand, should be of the same class; then the woman who wears them presents a perfectly even, harmonious appearance to the world. A morning tailor-made should speak the samo jargon as a "dress" taiJor made; a simple dinner frock should be on intimate terms with \lio finest court gown ever made when they have to live in the, same wardrobe. But a simple morning tailor-made will feel dreadfully out of .place if it is sudden Jy asked to gossip with an afternoon frock which does not move in...
MELBOURNE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER. There could not well diave been, a |! much more complete combination of 1 circumstances against the iioyal Agri cu-cnral Society's show than, that "which lias beset the function ,this year. Drought, -war* lire, and storm : have united to mar its success. It • has not- seemed much, like show week. Tuo^crowds from a'ural districts' -have been small, ^compared to those of the ia-t years that we look back upon with a sigh'. Of course, the drought is responsible: for that. The war is not- affecting the country as it is the . c:ty, where- so ;much ^employment de pends' upon unfettered oversea trade. It is the gaunt, arid sceptre, which is ithe' curse of this otherwise favored, iland, that lias, barred the way to the annual pilgrimage to the show grounds at- Flemington, which is one of the chief events of the year for so many of those on the land. City business people who rely upon the big influx !of good spenders that is customary at this- reason to swell the returns, ar...
SOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 8 October 1914
SOCKS. Two plain, purl two, It's little else a woman cau do, 'But Lear sons, and watcli them grow, Till marching out of her life they go. "Knit live, purl one, "I doubt if ever a.mother's son In war's cause hacked and cleft,. Knows half the hurt of the woman , that's left. Slip one, purl eight, 'There's nothing left but to hope and • wait, And the seven tasks of Hercules "Would count as little compared with ; ; these. ' Turn, slip, then the heel, Out of sorrow comes haply weal, | .But fair times are far away, .And there's many weep for their men to-day. Cast off, the thing's done! Many a husband and many a son Find death in hapless war, Nor ever know what they fought it for. Two plain, purl two, It's little else a woman can do, But beau sons, and watch them grow Till marching out of her life they go. —Nina Murdoch, in the Sydney Sun.
LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
LUCERNE FOR DAIRY CATTLE. ■ Of rill fodders tested ii§ the Ruakura of Instruction during tljo .past season lucerne gave the best results in milk production; 'At .the present time lu cerne ensilage is being used for the cows, and it js-eat&a with evident xe lisli. TJie fast" gi-ovvtli of the season was cut with. >the: intention of making nay, but * the .'-tve^fuer being uuxavor-' auie thu lucerne. Hvas-maue into ensn are alter lymg . .011 the ground lor eignt nays. \i'iifen stacivea it was :n 111 a semi-dry state, but a coiuous ?upr l>ly or water' >va£ added during the building' 'operatioiisJ' The result was a. vei-y_nigh temperatur6 but the en-, silage: is iairly succulent' and has a, pleasant-iiuvour,' which is a great con trast to that resulting from lucerne; stacked Jin a- perfectly green condition, wie 'flavour of the latter being very objectionable. i feel quite certain that' Ju'cerne ensilage should be made rroin well-matured material in order to avoid sour si...
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOLLOW PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
THE MASTER PASSION. CHAPTER XX. A HOJjJjU W PEACE. '" U poii my word I think it was tin - I coolest' thing 1 ever heard—carrying j you off from Belgrave in a fit of vir tuous''indignation ioi' the purpose ol' carrying on a flirtation with you up till midnight," : and Duval laugi-ioti mockingly as he tilled the bowl of h)s pipe.- . , That done, he extended hinibeli tull length; on his .divan, whilst his wife, almost breathless with indignation, stood before him on the Persian mat. "As I-told you, he was only waiting for you.'- , , "Capital plan that, when you Know I was not coming back till the small hours." , "I knew nothing about you, neitiier where ^ou had gone, nor ^h.ow lonS you would be likely to stay." "You know that I keep a suit or dress-clothes at the club on purpose to avoid the trouble of coming all this way ;to make myself respectable. And you knew I was tired of work, so not likely to come home on that account "Is your picture of Mephistopheles finished?" * "Very nearly...
WOMEN'S INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
wmEN'S INTERESTS. (By "Ambroaine.") A Useful Hold-All is made of Am erican leatner, lined witii sateen, col ored linen, or a small pattern chintz, and is a most useful article for hold ing a few toilet necessaries, very suit able for a lady cycliat, or any one wno wishes to have their luggage xu as portable a form as possible. Get one yard of tno American leather, which jb from forty to forty-five inches wide. The width of the leather makes tne length of tue hold-all. Cut a piece twenty-four inches wide and forty-two long, shape the top like the llap of an envelope, and two strips each six inches wide and as long Iroin the bot tom to where the slope forvthe flap be g.nS; For the lining, if the material is a yard wide, get as much as the entire length of the leatner and three quarters of a yard over; if less than a yard wide, twice the length of the leather. Cut the lining to the exact size and shape of the leather centre, and the strips, then the pockets. The bottom one of the linin...
MELBOURNE LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
MELBOURNE LETTER (From our Special Correspondent) Nothing sensational happened as the result of the re-opening of the Mel bourne Stock Exchange. The man in the street is asking why it snould have rema.ned closed for nearly two months. Ho had been under the impression that the appearance of the Emden off Sydney—luckily, the, possi bility of such a visitation is not ont of the thii.gs we need worry about in Melbourne—would not have had more direful cffeets than that long-deferred re-opening. But it may be taken as a tribute to the excellence of the pre cautions taken alike in Britain and Australia to guard against anything in the way of financial panic, that the proceedings were marked by a calm that would be creditable to a friendly chess party. The committee had guarded against the- eSect of "bear ing" operations and "spec" selling in suspending "term" dealing, and signifying their wishes for dealing to j was naturally of modest extent on ! opening day, and prices were on a lower pl...
OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
OF RURAL INTEREST (By "iiustujuii.") The Meteorological Bureau's review of tnu weawiw couiiitions i&lt;-»r £>©ptem Ut?r >3 jutttiesting, aJ.ifUOuii11 UuL (-iU" UUiateii lO pi OUivt^ ^ CJJetu-'uiJiGSS. At stutea:—o6^tcinij«r uuus a iuul nwn&u to tUo pneuoiuttU-al urou&Ut a.no~tinii inland v iccona, ajia, uaa as tnd pxWii-l.ng luonwis u ere, tliis is tuo w^r^t 01 tne series. Uv«r moat oi tne Ataiiee, Wimmcra, ana noruiern country so complete a lauure of uie wjuusr rainiail nas never ueen Known b^ruro; even Uie d.su.^trousiy dry win ter luilves OI lyU2 una iau&lt; Having at most stations a better record. •t,°r the lust lour months ^June to Sep tember) tiio total rainrall at stations in tne Ma 11 oo averaged only 50 points, in the Wimmera ltt7 po.nts, and m tho northern country lbl points. In the soutu tho ramlall i.s also very de ficient—not to so meat an extent as in the north, but still sufficiently so to threaten serious effects. 'ihe bar ometic...
WORKING AN INCUBATOR. HINTS FOR AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
( WORKING AN INCUBATOR. HINTS FOR AMATEURS Iu my last week's notoa on buillding an incubator house, I stated that a sand floor underneath the incubator created a moist atmosphere, but I left out a very necessary item unconscious ly, namely, that the sand should al ways be kept moist by damping the same with water. la this week's notes, I would like to give the begin ner in the art of working an incubator a little instruction on the same. 01 course, beginners must bear this in mind, that different makes of incu bators need slightly different treat ment; therefore, I would advise be ginners to follow closely the instruc tions supplied by the makers of the machine purchased. I might state here that incubators are built either as hot-air machine'?, or as hot-water machines. Some breeders favor the hot water system, and others the op posite. Both systems are capable of giving good results in artificial incu bation. THE MOISTURE QUESTION j In hot-air machines the moisture qulestion is one...
Church Services. SUNDAY, Oct. 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
Church Services. Sunday, Oct. 18, 1914. Presbyterian Church.—Rupanyup, 3. Marnoo 11. . . '* Rev. E. H. M'Lean Shugg, B.A. Methodist Church. — Rupanyup, 1 at 11 a.m, Jackson, and 7 p.m., All- 1 sop. Lallat 3, Chappie. Banyena 3, 1 Moore. Marnoo at j, Allsop* &lt;
THE PIG INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
THE PIG INDUSTRY IN BRITAIN. Swine fever is making terrible iu . roads'011 the pig industry in Britain. Statistics show that the production is rapidly failing off, losses are also in creasing, and this in the face of the fact that local requirements in pork products have always exceeded the supply in Britain. The result is a particularly serious one. j In 1912 the number of swine in Eng- ! land and Wales was 2,496,670, or 154,000 less than in 1911. In 1913 1 there was a further decrease of 394,000 In the first of these years the number of breeding sows decreased by 41,000, and in the second year by 53,000. Swine fever has been general in Eng land since 1879, and has made pro nounced progress. The number of animals slaughtered in England in the j past seven yours lias reached tho large number of 157,000, or more,, than tho entire pig population of Scotland. Naturally the imports of bacon have increased in proportion to the decrease in prochiction of live pigs. The valuo of bacon impo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
§t.^ Philip's Church of England. VISIT of the Right Revd. the Lord Bishop of Ballarat DR. GREEN) SERVICES: Friday, Oct 16, at 3 p.m.—Confirma ■ tion Service (Candidates from Ru panyup,. Lubeck, Burrereo, Banyeni. 4 p.m.—Opening and Dedication of Nevr Vicarage. 8 p.m, —Illus trated Lecture, Mechanics' Hall.. Saturday, Oct 17, at 3 poi:,. Service . at Bauyena.: 8 pjn., ervice at Burrereo. / Sunday, Oct 18, at 8 a.m., H.C., Rupanyup ; 11 a.m , Morning Ser vice. 3 p m., Service at Lubeck 7.30 p.m., Confirmation Service at Glenorchy.
CALF RAISING POINTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 15 October 1914
CALF RAISING POINTERS. Now that a good many cows are freshening, a. word about calf raising is not amiss. The young calf requires careful at tention and should iiave the mother's milk fox- about ten days, given in feed-, ings three times a day for three or four days after it is taken from its j mother. Gradually change . to herd ,.milk from mother's milk, then gradu ally from whole milk to skim milk (substituting one pi at of skim for one of whole milk each day.) If the skim milk is from the separator, it can be fed fresh, and the calf can be fed completely upon this ration within fif teen "days of birth. If the cream is raised by sotting aside, it cannot be so fresh, and more time should be given in getting .the calf on to this ration. They will learn to eat grain (ona part vcracked maize, one of oats and one-half of bran) at two weeks of age if encouraged. The cssontials in . successful calf raising are as follow:— Do not over-feed. Feed sweet, preferably fresh milk. Feed warm mil...