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PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
PREVENTION OF MILK FEVER. i Frequent milking, but o-nIy a Jittle I at a tims, is found one of the best pre ventives,, and for this reason leaving, the calf with the cow (some say for 24 hoursj but for a week is better) is generally successful. As gross feed ers,; good doers, and heavy milkers are more liable, it is a good plan to take these off green feed, aiid put on a . spare diet of dry fodder a week before calving. ■ About three or four days be fore calving a purgative is advisable. For . this, 8oz. glauber salts, loz. gin ger, and a little treacie, in a quart of water, will be found * effective. As the acecpted oure by means of pure air pumped into the udder seems 10 point to the fact that an anaerobic (without air) bacteria is the cause, it is advis able on this and other grounds to vig orously disinfect floor and walls* of bj'res, rugs, utensils, etc., and flush out the oow. A milk-fever outfit should i always be kept, so that pure air can j be pumped in, and the udder and su...
MOLLY [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
(By "Yimitas.'i) . Mollj- stood at the slip-rails, a slim, lithe figure of a girl, the wind blowing -strands of her unruly hair across her face. She shaded her eyes ?with her -hand, and looked expectantly along the road. "Father ought to be here by now," she murmured. wonder what is keeping liiiu " Molly's father had gone to Melbourne to secure the services of a much needed help. The last one, a drunken, idle fellow, whosa idea of work had not eo .- incided with that of tlie fanner's, h:.ti left a fortnight previously, and no loo.i) aid being available, Mr. Watson de cided to try some of the C'ty agencies. Molly was putting up the slip-raii reluctantly, bafore going back to the house, when she noticed a cow trying to destroy her trim pittosporum hedge. "Shoo!" she cried, clapping her - hands. The cow stopped her depreda tions, and turned two mild btrvine eye towards the girl, but, thinking probab ly that no danger lurked in that quar -• ter, she commenced her ravages upon the young ...
SAD FATAL ACCIDENT. YOUNG MAN THE VICTIM [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
SAD FATAL ACCIDENT. . /&lt;■ YOUNG MAN THE- VICTIM: A very sad fatal accident ofccurred about thre.e miles oat from' Rupanyup du the Minyip"road on- the, 6th. inst. Laurence William1 Crispin; a' young.' , man well- known' locally, and employed bjf Mrs. V, c'Kenzie, of Rup&xiy.up'Kth; ■vsras driving a waggon- loadedwi'th: building material,accompanied" By Ern - est Dunn. Crispen's hat blew off & handing' the reins to D iin n. he j umped' down to pick it up.- While climbing; ovei' the wheel'to resume his seat the norses moVed sridde'nly' forward' The' jterlr of the waggon:caused him; to 'over' balance' and as he fell'one of the" hind' wheels passed' over his neck- and head, ■ killing-him Instantly.- Tlie'body waS; removed to the Royal: Hotel,Rupanyup An inquest was held oh the: 7th'inst Beifore' Mr. .) .J.• Gibson1 J.P. The fol lowing'veniict/was recorded:- Deceased died'from1 fracture of the base of- the skull,■ and dislocatioli'of the" neck' ac cidentally cau...
COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS, RUPANYUP [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
COURT Of PETTY SESSIONS, RUPAMVUP Oh'.Wednesbfey,- l'5th! iiist ,• before Mr E: Harrison, P.M.;- and Messrs Chas. Macintosh find Jas. Cromiej J's.P.; the following cases' were dealt 'w'ith — The State 'Rivers anirl Water Supply Commission v. Godfrey cRirinon, claiming £18 l'7s Id Water rates.- 'Foe the defence it was urged that defend-' alit did not own or occupy tire land in' question. The case was_adjourned to' l'3th May. W. Oulton Soils'sued-Jane' Mills for £22 7s 6d for goods.sold and de livered.- An' order for the amount accorded, with' £-2 1-Os costs, in- default distress.- - J.-T. Oratn v. Tho's. T.- Jones' for debt,' £7 7s ' 8'd.- Order for the amount,- with £l 3s 6d costs, in de fault distress/
THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD. REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
THE MANAGING WOMAN. HER PASSION FOR HOUSEHOLD . REFORM. I once, remarks a writer in. a Lon don periodical, knew a charming girl, tno only sister of six brothers and tiie only daughter of a. widower father. She "ran'' this mascuhne household— much to the masculine household's ben efit. Perhaps she was a burn manag eress of men; perhaps she had only cul tivated that art througn force ol cir cumstances. But sue was certainly a manageress—and knew it. She knew her own efficiency. Sne knew what- was good for men and she knew what men liked—whioh is not al ways the same thing, as all women are aware Siie knew tue small weaknesses of six brothers and a "darling old Either," 3-"d she knew exactly the sort of house wh.cn they suouid live in—and made it her business to sea .that tuey should have that- sort of house. Her life consisted largely in what she called "making plans" — mostly plans for her. meniolli. Tins, i am convinced, is the one invariable sign by winch you may tell the woman wno...
Commonwealth Electoral Act. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
GommonweaSth Electoral Aot0 — COMMONWEALTH OF AUS TRALIA, It is intended forthwith to enter upon a complete review of the Com monwealth iOlectoral Rolls for the State of Victoria. It will be the duty of the Electoral officials, under the law to take proceedings against any persons who have failed to com ply with the compulsory provisions of the Electoral Act with respect to en rolment, and to take the necessary legal action to remove from the Rolls on which they now appear any names which under the law should not be retained on such Rolls. Every qualified person not already correctly enrolled, including every elector who has changed his or her place of living, but who has not ta;ken the necessary action to secure correct enrolment for the Subdivision of the Electorate in which he or she lives and has lived for a period of not less than one month, is advised +o at once comply with the law by com pleting and lodging the required form of claim with the Electoral Registrar concerned. An...
GIRLS THEN AND GIRLS NOW. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
GIRLS THEN AND GIRLS NOW. A noted woman artist, Mrs Jopiing Howe, has been giving iier ideas on modern uud ol-iasliioucd girls to a .Lonuun paper. in contrasting tins, two types, evil's Jopiing iluwe decided almost iiHffittl ateiy 111 favor oi tho training of the girt of to-day as com pared with that, of tne maiden of the seventies. "As you ask me what I should think about work if I were a girl to day," she said, '"1 must say tnat I snould more firmly aduere to the creed of my wlioio liio—that every women, 110 matter what may bo her income, siiouid be tra.ned in some profession, in my young clays, girls were married very early, and very few other proles sions were open to them. "But: how few modern girj.s wknt to .narry at 17, the age at which 1 was. married ? Certainly, if I were a gin io-day, I should laugn at the idea, then prevalent, that by the time sue re.died her 25th year, an unmarried ;, &lt; was 'on the shelf." Mrs Jopiing Howe expressed her be lief that every prof...
Donald Bridge Site. OVER RICHARDSON RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
Donald Bridge rike,- ! ,*>: u i OVER- RICHARDSON RIVER, The' matter of this rival bridge again: came before the Dunmuukle '.Shire Council- on Thursday. 'The' ^engineer's- report thereof was as follows :— ' 4; As directed at: last meeting, 'I have conferred with Mr Blakeley, :Engineer of Kara Kara Shire, cou icerhing' the site for thfe" proposed additional bridge over the Rich ard :son at Rich Avon'West. It is quite clear that on the completion of the new weir it will not be possible to across the river at either site with out'a bridge, nevertheless we are quite agreed that the money re 'quired' to build a' bridge c6uld: be spent in other ways in which' it Would benefit a larger number of ratepayers than will be served by' a bridge at either site; but as' fhe question. remUted to us \yas: to' recommend' a site^ for a bridge,which the ratepayers have declared to be necessarjv i' nee'd* not enlarge . on that phase of the question. In urging on the council the' necessity for a bridge...
THE UPAS TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
THE UPAS TREE. [■ The bark of tho upas tree of Java J I is over an inch thick, and full of a 1 j strong juice, the merest touch of which J upon the skin produoes a most painful and irritating rash. The Java natives u:;o this juice for getting rid of their enemies. To satisfy a private revenge, they hide a bowl of it in the room oi ; a sleeper, ajid by the morning the ' victim has succumbed to its evil effects. The fluid gives off a moist poisonous tas, which produces stupor, and finally ealb «2$'
Dunmunkle Shire Council. THURSDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
Dunmiinkie Shire Council, THURSDAY, APRIL 1"6: The'monthly meeting waS tield at Rupanyup as above, ttiere being present': — Crs. Dyer, Sweetman, Gibson, Tobin; Gulbin, Loats, and Petering. Tti the absence of the president (Gr. Slaughter); Cr. Dyer was voted to the chair. CORRESPONDENCE From Treasury, with ,t£* 175 for 'annual"equivalent under licensing Act.—Received From Lands'Departrfienf, stating ;that regulations for Minyip Com-' moil had been approved of and gazetted; also asking for abstract -of accounts for years 1911, 1912, and 1913.—Received. From Crown Solicitor, with forms cJf transfer from Railway Commis sioners to the council of road through railway reserve to Minyip.' railway station, the land to hence forth be a public roadway.—The signature and seal of- the. council w'ere affixed thereto. From Municipal Association of Victoria, soliciting notices for busi ness-sheet at annual session to be held in-June —Received. From Public Health Department, suggesting that samples ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
J- HEAD OFFICE- SYDNEY v . ... - .'V ' • (i !Tn:J Batik is open for ell classes of GENERAL; BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS''STREET, MELBOURNE AIM.at Sydney,• Canberra, Adelaide, Perch,- Hbbart,•Brisbane, Rcckhanipton, Townsville, and London." Oaltle remittances 'isi'.l) t-. and di.-.fw drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and; collected. Loiters of r.reii r i.?r.uc:l to a.iy part of the world: Hill? iLejfotiated or forwarded for collection.- Kvahanje business of every'description transacted within the * Common? * wealth; United an-.: abroad: Curretat'accounts opened: Interest paid'Oil-fixed deposit*.'• Advances made agains: :.i.-:.rovfcd securities. SAVINGS BANK' DEPARTMENT vioiorlan-Central Office : 317 CbLUNSSTREET, MEt BOURNE. Branches In the altar's cities and'2,000 Agencies at Post'Offices throug-hout the Common'wealth. Deposits-•from t/- to £300.- Intorest at: 3% per annum; Oapoeita or Withdrawals be' made' at any Branch' of Agency within" ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
-t ' •i. - ^ '• • •&lt;>'** '■•■ - 'i-.-.'-v.-? "••■ V'*: ••'•:■ t? £>/r-!: >. ~v: \ y~. ,rl -• J -s 'J ^ ^ _i 'X' \ \-'i ^ &lt; ' ''I' ''■ r' - -\ -- -. . ARE1YAL Of r: Wi 3 -fe§M . feP-3 WKJ EiS/i -■s f J .Yi'f/ &*>&■& 1,1 1 -■ * - ~ ■. ■! rmmg^ w$ '/ Stefii mi •* |n ft GenflkV-rfa^' these comprise all" the LAT EST NOVELTIES f l'om the FASHIOW CEMTRESof the OLD LANDS- We are Direct Importers and Patrons can-rely, on getting a First-Class Artel e at the LOWEST - POSSIBLE^-BRICE; Jtwt at-present •wfe kfe-concentrating: our efEorts-oa' Millinery & Dress ■Our Show Room has been crowned Bince tfid^aftiVal oftftiir Jfew- MiHiiiery, Neckwear Coats Etc.- If you have not already, paid a visit to this Department-—r^Sjaf^*^ • It will amply.rspayyouevenalthough - you donot purchase,' We do-not ptess^you-to' buy,-, but we show you- the* very latest'-noveltieS at leSstfcanOityPrices.:- We carry-'a heavy stock of Dl'ess- Stuffs ;-and if...
THE Rnpangnp Spectator. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING To-day's Issue consists of 6 Pages. THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914. NEWS AND NOTES. RAlNFALL [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
THIS - .. PCBLishKD EVERY THURSDAY EVENING To-day's Issae consists of 6 Pages. THURSDA Y, A PliiL 2 3', 1914 ^E#s"/sid notes/ RAlNFAI'If The' monotonous but ever' asked qtrery haff at last been- answered and the long continued dry spell cauie to an end last week. On Friday last 26 points were reg istered. This replenished the supply of drinking water, but was too light to materially benefit the early sown oat crops. On Uonday night a steady rain commenced early in the Evening and continued without inter mission throughout the night, 124 points being registered. The rainfall for the month up to elate is 204 points ! his is the highest registered local rainfall for the month of April for the past five years. PICTURES The management of tlie Lyric Pictures intend showing some most thrilling and sfeneatiorial films on Thursday night;. / •*-.= ; 'A NEW FOtfT ! :V^.v riew "Font, presented to j'SVPiillig'a Church of England- by the. j;>.unday School',- SVais dedicated' by the j Rew H.-A....
Commercial. LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
CfomtiisrcSal. ... , * ^ LOCAL- P'RODTjCE- MARKET. .... ■. s tf Wheat, per' bush'el' . 3' & Flour,- per bag , , 14 6 •Butter, per IB' 1 0* Eggs, per dozen ., 10 Oats, per bush'el 1' 6 to: I ; 9 Bran,- per bushel 1 0 1 1 Pollard, per bushel 1 .0". 1 1 Cheese (retail), per lb1 . ' 11 Tallow, per lb ...• 0 Sheepskins ...■ ' 0* 6
TO GET RID OF SORREL. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
TO GET RID OF SORREL. Sorrel is a weed which gives a lot of trouble on some of our lisria'"-or laods, and is not easy to get rid of. There are two methods of treating land on which this troublesome weei grows. One way is to cultivate i.'io land in the summer months with tined implement, and so gradually kill the sorrel by dragging it put and exposing it to the sun ; and tbn other way is to plough the land fairlj deeply at the end of the win ter, and sow a crop of peas or spring barley, which will get a good start before the sorrel, which docs not make much headway in the win ter. 1'923..
MONSTER APPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
MOBSTER APPLES. Under the heading "Largest Apple Hi tiie Workl," the '• Westminster &lt;jai aetUi" wrues:—"The jaigvst and heav iest apple ever grown in tue world has been ra^seu t-iiis season in England—at King's Acre, iiereiord. fr, is a Gloria lUundi. it weigus no less than ii2w ounces, ana the announcement of its advent has created quite a sensation in the-fruit world. Tins wonderrui apple; was grown in an eleven-inch iiower pot, the tree xjroduoing six mammoth fruits at tb« same time, ii, was this very tree which bore tue giant'apple of 1911) Coupling the' advent of these monster apples with the fact that this season in one plantation in the iSouth of Eng land, tiiero were hundreds of trees carrying over 10 bushels of immense applet per tree, equal-to over 800 bush els to tiie acre, it looks as if commer cial fruit culture was proving a verit able gold mine. To snow tiie lmport apos attached to this latest coiossai fruit, six casts have been taken of it, so that a perma...
DRAFTING PIGS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
DRAFTING FIGS'. ' 'Every season wo have, to crate n good many p,g&lt;* for transport/' a oor r.sponuent writes, "and we used to iiuv&lt;y a great d^a) of vroublo m getci.ig too p^g wu wanted rrom tJie i^odiu^ mi.-j nto the smarter pens, aud from there into the crate. Uiten it was necessary to drive the pigs around tiie yaul several times, unui, -perhaps, S'iMio one of the number was over heat ed or injured. Auw, instead of hav ing a lot of trouble, we use a dev;ce consisting or three short gates hing-o together. W e" use strong door Jimgi-s, a^u three of them to eacn joint, ta*j hingo .should bo secured to the cleats rat her than-tho panels of tJie sections. This allows each section to - foici over 011 to the ~ centre piece when not m use. One se6uon is 4ft. Jong, while tne other two aro bit. long. In foal ing tho sections together tiro short cm is folded in iirst. This allows the long ; one to lajj next to it. The total lengtn is iUit; Ax. first-" this may seem a. l...
THE FARM. MANURING MANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
THE FARM. a MANURING MANGELS. I . Experiments were conducted by Mr. J ! John Porter. B.Sc., at six centres in ■ Herefordshire on the manuring of ; mangels. All the dressings used gave j a profit 'when the increase in the crop j was valued at 12/' per.- ton. The ef fects of the manures were striking in I many instances, and in certain cases [ more than douhfeu the bulk of the | crop. . It was found amongst .other j things .that nitrate of soda used as j a top-dressing at rate of lcwt. per I acre immediately after singling time ! has given an average increase of ^4 , tons 5icwt. per acre. Still, a second-: top-dressing of lcwt. nitrate of soda about three weeks after singling time further increased the average yield by 22^cwt. per acre. . i Nitrate of lime used as a top-dres sing at the rate'of. lcwt. per acre has i given an average increase of 31£cwt. per acre of mangels. j Superphosphate (4cwt. per acre) in j a complete mixture has given better i results than 6cwt. per- acre of basi...
DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. AN AMERICAN PLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 23 April 1914
DITCHING WITH DYNAMITE. AN AMERICAN PLAN. - A great deal is being said, nowadays about ditchmg with dynamite, says H. ii. Bonebrighv, in a recent number oi •'Farm, .Stock and Home," an Ameri can furmer„'s paper. In nearly every ease the cheapness oi' the ditches and tii-e ease wjtli winch _the work is acconir pushed are strongly emphasised. . in general,vdit-cnmg with dynamite is cheap, it. is qiuck,"and in neariy an ] cases it is satsiactory. . However, if'i one wishes to lay tiJo in the. ditch sifter j it is dug, dynamite, should not bo used, I Too much oi ttte -dirt is blown a long distance from the ditch, and so scat tered that it cannot be gathored up and filled into the ditch. ; i HOW T,0 GO -ABOUT IT. If an open ditch, of any considerable J sizo-is desired, the processs of digging it with dynamite is about as iollows; First, the location of the ditch is de termined either by the liow of llood water, or by someone who understands the use of the surveyor's level. If the ground ...