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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. Food fermentation is the cause of all the discomfort and pain dyspeptics suffer. It does not necessarily follow, however, that in order to obtain relief they must deny themselves the enjoyment they derive from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of overcoming the difficulty would be to prevent the fermentation from occurring at all, and this can be done by a very simple means. It must first be explained i that most of the foods we eat contain a certain quantity of acid-forming elements, and indigestible foods, of course, contain a larger proportion, i When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stom ach, and causes the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fermenting food also gives off gas which distends the stomach,causing that full,uncomfort able feeling so often noticed after eating. The root of the trouble is the acid fer mentation. To s...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

BEAUFORT RA!(aFailS«4 We ate indobted to Mr Jos. McKeich for th» following, interesting information as to tin rainfall at Beaufort since 1899. '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 ,'04 '0." 'A<~! '07.'08 '03 Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug Sep. Oct. i\0V Dec. 181 113 255 80 180 20 33 80 274 407 158 158 239 329 461 12 195 451 151 94 414 350 361 3f>5 09 100 158 103 277 403 289 194 180 237 410 250 281 131 2f>l 120 252 91 50 i7 10 81 88 *65 462; k: • 34111261 94 73! W! 357 71 144 58 3301335 342 404I2US 339 180!350!258 32o|l59il97i,302 132 383 301 114 329 2781465 113 213 76 462 180 16 246 42 429 89-211 !)1 ;187 253 336 375 iiOP 238 143 67a 176 141 165 117 « 03 Ttis«, & r: O as oo > . fc» uj an to cj «* l„. A f! ,3 55 S» M « e5. 1910.—January. 141 points; February, 35; March 518: April. 73: May, 2G1; June. 320; July, 312 August. 225 September, 465; October, 257; Nov ember. 164; December. 183. " .1911—January, 47; February, 742; March, 491; April. CO; Hoy, 331; June, 285; ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

■u nGffimG FOR BREATH. , vras a martyr to bad colds ana ; » «Ss Mm C. YJarrcU, UWs Creok. : (SfJton.Q. "A.t times he has brcn so baa i feL j'.^AWmfiehtinc for breath. . swing Mm Chamberlain's Cough Hem ku^^wrywiir his coughs, for I kn°'# Spj'f ol doses w»U Rive him immediate • *>y J- R- Wotherspoon & C°" ^nan«al period has been] ? Commonwealth Bank 1 vi ai an^ accounts ate now ' ltt\k 3lst December. For the six Profit and I033 account shows , mt o[ £io47t ani after deducting 1 from the loss for the pve 'a debit balance1, '. ,> 13 carried forward. ' liiS^wramenta were made by the Railways (Mr Mackitmon) ';ito,3' c°ikc«mik the slow speed tS% trams. He is now giving to,5^U()R to the question of .speeding; fewS E2tviees. even the ex-: K tiM,7,r'3 mai' engage hia attention. ' ' t4lSrnt prepared by the depart-', ^tbe festest actual rnn WiYl>tt™a?e^ express trains from ^mimfeUn hour.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

• .-mall , The good (lal,!7-nle ttu^' , j,? gospel of the 1 n, ,Mf* i | attention to "trl ^ts^6 ' profitable, but a P no trifle- ^—■ i;. if ro«r c°v:!!! Mr. Dairyman, 1 ;yrf» ^ talk, wbat «.■ $ ^ , way you treat th | about that ?

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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HOPE EXTENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

j HOPE EXTENDED. 15t« foioffinp; report will be deait v'Taht the half-yearly meeting, to bs : i-'j on Friday, 20th inst. "f Director's Report.—At the date of bis:t report vour shaft had been sunk p a depth of 194ft.; but before much Wstis'-dng bad been done a strike of liers on the field occurred, and all '~is Fere brought to a complete •sr&tilL .Towards the end of January, 'A; strike was declared off, bi iter umvatering the shaft sinking ••.•'jsisaatdiately resumed. Your shaft ps low attained a depth of 284ft., and A drive has been com iacd at 235ft. to command the Hope aid the bottom level (which has ■l:a opened at 275ft.), when driven a ~;iat distance will command the '•jSp gutter which traverses your ,3® lease. It is intended first to JsttbeHope lead, and no trouble with "pMter is anticipated. v] Th balance-sheet showed that the ■■papts for the term totalled £1796 2/3, expenditure £1393 14/1, leaving UGcdit.balance of £402 8/2. ]J1, -''-Hy'rr of the Southern Hope jirj. D...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. .My hair was thin, shnrt, Jr." i | brittle. Every time I chattel rftei it largn <iu:imfttc* caxk oh!. ssJ I; begun to l'earth;d.".i:m bald. A specialist whom I £ tume was- a particularly I'd e.iv'oi'i riff—s.j bad that lie know el tiling- which he eonhl kmew.i'ila tha trouble ami restore iliy r. tiuur former liixuri.iri-.? .mil k'mf. told iuc to get my eliuuiH to lotion composed of three wm«; <iir rani, one ounce fci'.mi da , qua iter ti ram menthol erpteK rub (hi.* into the scalp t nice a 'fyf k the finger tip*. I was as I wa* told. To my deliijFiiei rnent 1 *0011 notieeil t!i;it my f®'! stopped falling out, awl in arc5'' my head wa.-? covered with :i ns*'! of downy hair. I continued its th(> Jotion until I possc^od a all my own, that is the winder at fj[[ friends .'My spci.-di-it .-.iv.- ho l«» of many cases -imihr to mi-jf, a:niu^-| instance the re-alt- hn\y W''' J nuirvellou?. He says this is t!w Imir •growing formula ever know "I do...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LABOR POLITICS. MR. J. H. SCULLIN AT BEAUFORT [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

LABOR POLITICS. ■ V MR. J. H. SCULLIN AT BEAUFORT Under the auspices of the newlv formed local branch of the P.L.C., Mr J. H. Scullin delivered an interesting and able address on current politics and the Labor platform at the Societies' Hall, Beaufort, on Wednesday night. Mr H. - M. Stuart (president of the branch) acted as chairman and briefly introduced Mr Scullin. There was a large attendance, and the speaker re ceived a most attentive hearing. Mr Scullin, who was accorded an ovation, in the course of his remarks said if the people who voted against Labor in 1910 knew why they voted there would never have been a vote turned. What was the test of the record of the Fisher Government? Another party had gained office and no attempt had been made to upset that record. He granted that they were only in office in one chamber. If they seriously desired" a double dissolution, there was a way of doing it by challeng ing the measures enacted by the Labor Government. That record had been dec...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NEWS. HOPE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

1 gSSTw* rfcoMPANY; . w,reports will oe uCa,„ '■;t,hslf-y'earIy moetmg' t0 be 20th inst. _ !'■' 'J!, j}eport.-~Daring the term the development of your s?riously retarde.d as a %e strike of miners on field, pfew at tiie £l"me of y°ur and, as a consequence, I has been done; but; !%„tx bus been declared off, and • y-resumed, your directors pro '^11^3 policy Of development f', peering term is bain? looted most sanguine expsc mf sserioiiB lire occurred at the r nn %'tii September last, which j ^'<!elr(l;stroved the whole of the I ^ and'iis contents. New ■ M:;r hss been purchased and / ■ -p;-' and is working splendidly. / is non- thoroughly up-to-date order. Daring the term : fat. I&n of gold have been / ■Mi.^ting£1411IV, making a total / o$%fote of 3792 oz. 7 dwt. Sgr.i l%mtr £15,21516/10. ,(TT-iifJtiare amu m/v, -leaving a I fesJsae to the Lank of £521 2/Ut. . j life'timer's Report!~~rhe' :west'f fr-irc*f drive has been extended 168! -'''xJisncw/n a total distance of!...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

BALLARAT STOCK Tiit-jB '. E;.l! Fat cattle-Only 14S cattle to-day's market. ; There iv.h a,7 y[ de&rth of quality psns, and vj<V such show a distinct m'm"1,3' ■ market, whilst for ail other cfo-~ l marked improvement was QuotationsPrime pens b'jite-M j to £14 10/; trood pons bul/oc-fe, iW'"1 £11 5/; medium, £8 to £9. bestw*\'| ■£10 7/6. Calves—SScame/flrff.,r-''.J selling: to £(J 10/. Sheep—P- l~ f forward for to-day's sale; a J portion comprising good quahtj, ^ small number of prime, descriptions. Quality sold nil"1?,... I tally eijtiHl to last week's, ®; sorts were easier. Quotation* . crossbred wethers, 21/ to Z.o<% I quality, to 2<J/; <rond etossbV' 18/ to 20/; medium do., 15 prime crossbred ewes, IS toj- : Quality, to 22/6; good crossb^ ' 15/ to 16/; medium do., '*>}■, merino wethers, 14/ to k■' S'Y . 12/ to 18/. Lambs-2570 a small proportion beii).? fiuaii fji ujjui uuu uti"jj ' j;'. quality, balance medium son>. , »••—...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

ALWAYS TAKES IT. "I always take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy whenever I have a cold," writes Mm A. Prest 'n, 51 King-William St., Fitzroy, Vic. "Ifir3ttook it when I had an attack of influenza and I got relief at once. Now I always keep a bottle in the house and never lose an opportunity to recommend it to others... I know dozens of' people who look on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as a part of their household effects." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE DAIRY. FEEDING GOOD and BAD MILKERS [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

THE DAIRY. I x t FEEDING GOOD and BAD MILKERS A cow requires food whether she is milking or nX>t. The amount of food necessary to maintain a dry cow in I fair condition, fo that, she will nei-. i ther lose" nor gain in weight, repre sents what is called her "mai'nten i ance requirement." The maintenance requirement of healthy cows of simi lar weight does not vary much. If a cow-is milking, however, she must consume and digest food "in cxcess of her maintenance requirement. Other wise she will lose in weight. The food consumed by a cow yielding milk is I thus " utilised for two different pur-! I poses. One part is required for main tenance, aod this may be set down ! I as working expenses. The other part! I is utilised to fill the milk pail—it is i the raw material from which milk is j produced, , - I j ; What is a good cow ? It is one j i which can digest and assimilate for j milk production an amount of food . which largely exceeds her mainten ance requirement. But cows vary j w...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

At sports and other meetings held for recreative purposes refreshment is often served in a manner that is far from cleanly. In 1912 regulations were made by the Board of Public Health with a view of securing greater cleanliness at various places where refreshments are served, but results have not been satis factory. The board has therefore de cided to seek the assistance of nvmicpal councils in enforcing the regulations, and circulars asking for co-operation are now being issued. The boai'd is particularly anxiou3 that care should be taken to see that glasses and spoons used at places of recreation are eleansed property. The question of the whole somenoss of the fish supply is also agi tating the mind of the board. Recently a member had the misfortune to pur chase fish which, after having been dead for some time, showed signs of life, and, as the result of his report, the board j has requested councils to exercise strict supervision over fishmongers' shops and j hawkers' barrows, in...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER VIII. AFTER SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

CHAPTER VIII. • AFTER SIX MONTHS. It is September again. A year "has passed since the mysterious white cruiser snatched Captain Paul Vol borth from the cargo steamer in the Pacific ; six months have rolled by since that March day . when Pick Val entine disappeared from London with out leaving a trace behind him. And Dick recalls these facts as he comes out of a shabby lodging-house on the . south side of Washington-square in the citj of New York-,- and bends his steps towards Broadway. The history of those six months— the pass they had brought him to— was not written on Dick's outward appearance. He was neatly dressed, and well groomed, his linen was ( spotless, his boots and hat irre proachable. But his thoughts were I black- and bitter, and in his eyes was , the hard, cynical look of one who . has lost faith in human nature. ■ It was a brief and commonplace ; story. With his careless temperament I as ignorant as a child of the pro saic trade of money-making, embit , tered by the c...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. ST. ANDREW'S V. BUANGOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

TEN N IS. ST. ANDREW'S V. BUANGOR. The St. Andrew's (Beaufort) and Buangor tennis clubs played a match at Buangor on Saturday last, resulting in a win for St. Andrew's by 53 games to 41. Appended are the scores :— Willis and Lindsay (S.A.) beat McConnell and McLeod (B.), 1—6, 6—2, 7—6; and also beat S. S. Pickford and W. H. Pickford (B.), 6—3; Hethering ton and Halpin (S.A.) beat S. S. Pickford and W. H. Pickford (B.), 6-2, 6—3; and also beat McLeod and McConnell (B.), 6—4; Westendorf and Hamilton (S.A.), beat A. Pickford and R Pickford (B.), 3—6, 6—4, 6—5. Totals—St. Andrew's, 3 rubbers, 53 games ; Buangor, 0 rubbers, 41 games.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

i One of the best -things that can 'happen rural districts fs the culti vation of a conmir.nitj or neighbour hood spirit, with unity of aim and co-operative effort that will in turn develop a worthy pride in the farm ! ing and other achievements of the lo ' cality.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ONIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

ONIONS. Winter onion- crops, are beet sown during tho last week in April or early in May. Tripoli onions is most gen erally sown, superior varieties of which are Golden and Giaat Rocca, whilst Ailsa Craig is excellent and produces very large bulbs. All Tri poli onions are, however, soft, mild, and keep indifferently when harvest ed, hence of recent years-many grow ers have sown in lieu good forms of Spanish onionts, and proven that they also stand the winter and come in for transplanting for early bulb ; ing, being usually transplanted dur ing mild weather in the month of October. The seed is best sown in very shallow drills eight- inches apart, trodden into the drill when 'sown, and slightly covered with fine fsoil ; should the ground be very dry, it will be desirable to give the seed when sown a good watering, because prompt germination is of importance. Present sowings should be thicker , than is desirable in connection with spring sowings, having in view the contingencies of ver...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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KINDNESS PAYS. THE ADVANTAGE OF TREATING COWS HUMANELY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

KINDNESS PAYS. g|j: THE ADVANTAGE OF TflEiTISS COWS UUMANELV I ^ A writer says of the cot fhat"J*-- J , is a mother once a year sn '. , mothers, she rr./uires ripens! cum' the time (,f parturition." It seems as if the writer ii< * missed this question of m-?tS •> in the cow too quie'dy, firuitirr «s he did, to the ticno csf psr'iirn The /miction of motiiorbcod «w-; for months, as long as 'hJ "o" ■' giving milk, and it is a vif° seeing policy that ilisr.'rns tisf A"f , and benring 0/ this continsia* . ; tion, and so ministers to thet°TU | I to conduce to thn greatest. pr'1*-'"', j the owner. There are a jrreat s# f stupid, half-blind dotish men , j cows. A wise old former, sp.^'"'i{ ] j a certain man in his caffi* I said : "i don't know il 'V ! about the man, b;it be ctrtMra'-.'i 1 coax more milk out of Hit " has in charge than any man I saw. He is very quiet and j • with the cows. He is a" *flf "" ; petting- them, and looking a/W 'J I comfort. I hare seen Mm ^ ! brush ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM AND DAIRY CHEDDAR CHEESE FROM PASTEURISED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

THEFfl™ANtU^ • CHEDDAR CHEESE FRnxr TEURI8ED MIU11 ^ The presence of inferior tartar cheese on the market, and the 1 ? of uniformity which characterise ^ product of the present average chsr factory, is due primarily to thevj able quality of the milk suppiy J,' different farms. In an produce cheese of uniform quality from milkt of variable acidity ^Wtt I often' • contaminated with iHidesira^ ' bacttTia, cheesemakors use method •which vary irom day to day, Cat£. fully watching each vat at eyK. stage of its manufacture anil moditj. ing the process to meet the c^. tions. Even then the quality and also the yield of "cheese varies from to day. In an endeavour to devise a pro ccss for treating milk daily tt. t>, factory to briug it into practically j ' uniform condition for chccsem^ ; purposes, Professor S annuls, 0; ' Dairy Department, has de^loped a process whereby the milk is pasteuri sed, and then brought t0 un«w0 | acidity by the addition of a snail amount of hydrochloric acid/ att...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

itfowate, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1914. The right to the publican's booth at the Beaufort Jockey Club's races on 25th March hag been disposed of pri vately by the secretary (Mr W. H. Hal pin) to Mr R. Taylor, of Ballarat, for the sum of £8. Mr J. G. Manifold, M.H.R. for Corangamite, addressed a meeting: of the Women's National League.at Colac on Tuesday. He said their aim at the last election was to win Coranganiite for Liberalism. They won. Now they must use every effort to win the Senate from the Labor party. . He expressed the belief that there would be a double dissolution in July or August. Women were performing great work in politics, whereas it was impossible to get men | fully interested. Yet they were the ones who did all the weeping after the election if their candidate was defeated. At the monfehiy meeting of the Bal larat Hospital committee on Wednesday night, a letter was received from the secretary of the Beaufort charity Sun day movement,...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 March 1914

RAGLAN. (FROM OUR CORRSPON'DENT.) A meeting was held in the Raglan State school on Friday night, 6th inst., for the purpose of nominating the school committee. There was a fair at tendance of parents, and Mr J. J. Brodie (head-teacher) presided. During the term just closed several much-needed improvements have been made by the committee. An up-to-date shelter-shed has been built, and seats placed round several shady trees. The doors and windows have been fitted with fly-proof appliances, and everything generally about the school and gardens is in ex cellent order. A movement is now on foot for putting up a new bell, which is badly needed. The following were elected to the committee, for which there were 10 nominations :—Mesdames G. Lancey and J. Lancey, and Messrs J. Stevens, J. Ball,, J. Tiley, J. Grant, and J. A. Skewes.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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