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INFLUENCE OF FAINESS OF COW AT CALVING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

INFLUENCE OF FATNESS OF COW" ' AT CALVING. ...... An examination of the records of 1 official tests with Holstein-Friesian ! cows by one of the American experi- j mental stations.-showed that the fat contcnt of the milk for a short time ' at the beginning of a lactation pe- j riod may have little relation to the real average fat content of the milk j produced by any particular animal, j Investigations with cows of various j breeds and in different conditions ; were carried out, and it is concluded : that, providing the cow is underfed : after calving, the percentage of. fat' in the milk for the first 20 or 30 . days of the lactation period is in- | fluenc£d to a. considerable extent by the fatness of the cow at calving. In some cases this influence appeared to j extend.to a certain degree for at least three months. The tiller of the soil is the most necessary man in the world. He . feeds and clothes the world, and with- j out him, the world would go naked . and starve. Apparently he...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE EVERY-DAY POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

| THE EVERY-DAY POTAIO Potato Sauce.—This is a verm8?, and appetising war of dressiD? wM Potatoes. Break the pieces up spoon, but do not mash them. F* some ijood drippinir (or butter.' a flat stew-pan, add tin' pcfflM. shake over a hot Arc till .-ii?'1'' brown, sprinkle with finelfdioPF' parsley, and serve. i Potato Chips.—Peel a ^i;st Quantity of potatoes and cut &'® into pieces about the she uf ow? sections. These must lie thro"''5 'f'" boiling fat and fried until ,!«ne>3 drained on paper before iiisfeinz M Potatoes Sliccd and Crispf»'---4|if? peeling the potatoes cut ',1t0 ^'5 thin slices and fry in bcilinf';it "" as crisp as biscuits, then shake & paper and place around wast f<-,J try or game. Potato Stick*.—Peel one ori,n'^ tatoes, cut into slices } ^ ''j then into sticks about matches. Have ready hoilhz the pieces thickly, and J>ut r^. ffame in little heaps, with 1 between. ,,r Potato Cuke—This is w«"fl breakfast. Mash some cold with a little m...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE DAIRY THE POT-BELLIED CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

THE DAIRY THE POT-BELLIED CALF. A pica in favour of the pitiful, suf fering, .pot-bellied calf appears in.one of our exchanges by Mr. T. S. Coo per, the noted Jersey importer and breeder. Coming from a man who is an accepted authority on cattle and who.has sold more animals at prices ranging from £200 to £300 a head than any other person, what hje Says i and thinks : are worthy of attention. Mr. Cooper says that the calf-that | is fed lots of whole milk and rich grains, while it looks good and is making the growth so much desired by the progressive owner, will in vari'ably lay on excessive flesh, de velop a thick neck, heavy dewlap, coarse bones,' and a hsav'j hide. On the other hand, the scrawny calf with a pot-belly,, while it does not show up Well in the showing, is the one that gets admiration when it comes into 'milk.,'."'"? _ ' It; has been 1 his observation that calves that suffered from scours are invariably the ones that give a good account of themselves when matured, j for...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXXIV. IN STRANGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

CHAPTER XXXIV. IN STRANGE COMPANY. At that terrible moment, when it seemed .that the slightest delay must mean capture and death, DiQk's cour age and nerve did not fail him. By a quick dash into the shrub he might escape, but he spurned "the chance while his task was jet unaccomplish ed. With splendid heroism; and with out pausing, to look over his shoul der, he thrust the blazing match into the oil-soaked heap of wood. Only a touch*,was needed. A" great flame roared and hissed in his tace as he sprang backwards ' from under the tower. He had triumphed, and in his elation he felt no fear ; he was reckless of consequences now. He wheeled round' to see the three men from the hut led by Montejo, .bear ing. down, upon>. him with savage cries. . ; ,, • . It was too late to run, and Dick, determined to make as good a fight for his life as possible. At his feet lay one of the faggots—a thick and heavy one—and he stooped quickly and grasped. it. His hat was pulled well down in front, and...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXXIII. A CRITICAL MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

CHAPTER XXXIII. A CRITICAL MOMENT. So far all promised wen. 'me time for action was at hand, and it found | Dick with steady nerves and unfal tering couragc. He moved about the room for a few moments, purposely making noise enough to bo heard be j low. On some hooks behind a cur | tain hung various garments belong ing to the doctor, and from these he ! selected a linen jacket . of the kind | "worn on the island, and a soft hat that concealed his features. In ad dition he took at random a dozen other articles of clothing, and tossed them on the bed. Then he blew out the candles, and in the semi-darkness of the room he put on the jacket and hat, removed his shoes, and thrust them into his side pockets. Next he reconnoitered from the two windows, watching and listening for a time at each. The street that led towards Government House seemed empty, though here and there a light flashed across it. Down in the little court there was an unbroken gloom and silence, and the town itself was fa...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 12. OHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

I A Story of a Strang© and Exciting Adventure. i By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quln," "The Curse of the Cardews," etc., etc. PART 12. OHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) The girl's sober words had brought him to earth again, and banished his 6hort-lived hopes and exultation. He felt his air-castles tumbling about him in ruins. "It is better to face the worst," Lucille continued, sadly. "There is no, thought of danger in the town, though the people are excitcd. Jason Gore believes these men-of-war have found the island by chance, and that they are not. sure it is the place they are seeking. He has already given orders that no fires shall be lighted. The guns are masked, and from the -sea the fortress looks like a barren "cliff.""So the ships will probably sail around the island for a day or two -they can't get through the outer reef—and when they And no trace of human occupation they will go away again." "Yes, I am afraid they will," as sented Dick. "The triok is likely to succeed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

THEO. W. SCHLICHT, Auctioneer, Stock and Station and Financial Agent, BEAUFORTJc SKIPTOM. AGENT FOR— Geo. Hagub & Co.:, Geelong; James Bell & Co., Wheat Buyers, Melbourne; Federal Manures Co., International Harvester Co. of Australia ; York shire IINSURANCE Co. JAS. H. ROBERTSON PLUMBER, TINSMITH, AND GASFITTER, Wishes to intimate that he has on hand a large stock of Tanks, Spouting, Ridging, and i Down-Pipe, Water Pipes, and Fittings, Gas, Steam and Water Taps, And every Requisite necessary for the trade. Agent for various makes of WIND MILLS :'nd STOVES. A la-j; and varied country experience. NEILL STREET (opposite Bank of Victoria) Beaufort Pharmacy. T^TOTICE.—On and after November 1st, the undermentioned hours will be observed Week Days—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday—9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 6.30 p.m. .to 8 p.m. Saturday~9 a. in. to 10 p.m. Sunday—10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Agent for the NYAL SERIES FAM- j ILY MEDICINES. These preparations j being direct from the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

from any such disease as ECZEMA, SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, (ABSCESSES, ULCERS, GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, BOILS, PIMP LES, SORES OF ANY KIND, PILES, BLOOD POISON, RHEU &1ATISBI, GOUT, &c., doirb waste your time and money on use less lotions and messy ointments which cannot get below the surface of the skin. What you want and what you must have to be permanently cured is a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the pois onous matter which alone is the tvritj cause of all your suffering. , ■ ■ G WAWKWM BLOOD M I XT U E E, THE WORLD'S BEST BLOOD PURIFIER, is just such a medicine. It is composed of ingredients which quickly attack, over come, and expel from the bloed all im purities from wliatevercau.se arising, and by rendering it clean and pure can be relied on to effect a complete and lasting cure. ' _ _ Here is a good proof of its efficacy:— Mrs M. Cousins, of 187, Twyford Avenue, Portsmouth, England, writes :— POISONED aJofEaf,'"': eident tomy left, i BI 2 H foot (ran...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, MAY 17TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

Religious Services. SUNDAY, MAY 17th, 1914. Church of England.—Beaufort, 8 (H.C.) and 7; Middle Creek/11; Tra } walla, 3—Rev. W. B. Jessop. Beaufdrt, ! 11—Mr E. J. Muntz. Methodist Church.—Beaufort, 11' i and 7 ; Raglan, 3—Rev. F. T. Clevendon. Main Lead, 11; Chute, 3; Raglan, 7— Rev. W. H. Chapman. Chute, 7—Mr C. Waldron.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

the Few to the personal appearance of a matt. In these days men of character must have Suits of charadler—Suits that pert fectly convey the expression of master designers and skilled tailors. If you order your Suit here you are assured of skilled cutting, because our .Cutter is an expert. If you order your Suit here you will get a Suit that will make a wonderful difference in your personal appearance. Here you have the choice of the cream of the world's most reputable mills—materials that look good, feel good, and wear with entire satisfaction. If you order your flew Suit here you will get a Suit that will please you in every detail—in fit, make, finish, and, la$t but not least, prie&. inisking T ouck There's character in our Footwear. There's style, quality, and daintiness, too. Just the Footwear that pleases the eye, suits the pocket, and adds the finishing touch to your costume. Footwear you'll enjoy walking in—Footwear that won't pinch, cramp, and he uncomfortable Styles...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

$ .rrr-i _ iP\ NEW SEASOI'S DAILY. Have much pleasure in drawing attention to their AUTUMN SHOW-, and invite inspection of tlieir "becoming and reasonably priced goods. New Millinery, Costumes, - Blouses, Dress Materials,. Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts, and Ties, BOOTS 1MB SHOES. We are Specialists in Ladies',. Men's, and Children's Boots and Shoes, and- are noted for exeellence]of quality, combined' with low prices, INSPECTION IIYITED. / o. 66 The Store for Good Values,95 !r1 j\ rz: I — IS) ¥elef>l\o:qe 1% , . t. mliiitKff,' CHE MIST k DEBTIST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES Harris' Rheumatic Powders. Harris' Influenza . Mixture, Harris' Teething & Codling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NO¥SMB£R 1st., '12 : ' Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. - Wednesdays.. 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; <^30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to to p.m. , Sundays. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. . 7, 1 wTiiliis, ■ ■ CHEMIST & DENTIST. For Accur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

NEVER PELT BETTER." "I used to so nearly mad with pains in my head," says Miss R. E. Forster, 55 Iffla St., Sth. Melbourne. Vic. " I tried almost everything, aut the headaches were there just the same. Then I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised in the naper, and thought I would trive them a trial. The first few doses made a different woman of me, for they completely relieved me of headaches." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort. On and after the 25th inst., the busi ness people of Beaufort have decided to close their premises daily (Wednesdays excepted) from 12.30 to 1.30 p.m for dinner hour. LADS FOR FARM WORK. TO FARMERS, pastoralists, DAIRYMEN, and OTHER COUNTRY i; ;employers. , LADS, numbering- about 500, are arriving on the 27th May from Great Britain, who are desirous of ob- | taining conntry employment at wages from 10/ per week and keep. Employ era are requested to make immediate application to the Immigration Bureau, 555 Flinders Street, Melbourne. S. whitehe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

IN MEMOR1AM. CHEESEMAN.—In memory of a beloved wife tvnd ' mother, Jane Elizabeth Cheeseman, who passed away at Beaufort. May 18th, 1911. ; In siclcness-or in .trouble. You would always find her near. ; —Alfred Cheeseman.. The one word, mother. Compare it with no other *, The first word of the infant. The last word of tlie brave. So gentle and forgiving-. So love her while she's living; No truer friend than mother, From the cradle to the grave. —Inserted by her children, Fred, Nell and Ralph, CHEESEMAN.~In sad but loving remembrance ■ of our dear mother, who died at Beaufort, 18th May,-1911. - Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by her son and daughter. Will and Sarah. CHEESEMAN.—In loving remembrance of ou1' dear mother, who departed this life at Beaufort on 18 th May, 1911. ;. Again appears amidst our gloom this month of . bitter woe, [esirth was forced togio . When the one we loved, by death removed, from Dear as thou wert, and justly dettr, we must not weep for thee. [thou art fr...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

MINING NEWS. Hope cleaned up on Thursday for 130 oz., which is about equal to the yield of the previovs fortnight. " According: to this week's issue of the Government Gazette," the following applications for gold mining leases have been abandoned in the districts specified : —Ararat: Lease No. 2354, J. McDonald, South Hope Company, parishes of Beau fort and Trawalla; 2366, S. S. Smith, Hope Extended North Company, parishes of Beaufort and Langi-Kal-Kal. Balla rat: 7497, T. E. Sands, Green Hill Company, parish of Trawalla. The manager of the Hope (Mr T. Derrick) reports :—West branch reef drive extended 32ft.; total, 1131ft'; good working country. One party blocking in east off north. No. 3 rise— No. 3 east off south extended 16ft.; total, 48ft.; outside ground ; stopped ; started to block back same with one party. .West off north off west off north extended 22ft. ; total, 248ft. ; temporarily stopped, and opened north off same and driven 4ft. ; 4ft. of rough wash; payable. East bran...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

1 I - • » . Published every Saturday Morning. S ATURD A y7m A Y 16, 1914. On an alleged charge of having had in his possession gold believed to have been stolen, Edward Donald Ferguson, a miner, employed at one of the Beaufort claims, was arrested by. Constables McDonald, Gray, and Cres well near Beauforfe, on Wednesday night, and brought before Mr R. A. D. Sinclair, J.P., at the police station. Bail was allowed in accused's own surety of £100 and another in a like amount," and the case against him was adjourned for hearing at Talbot on 20th inst. The football season was opened on Wednesday afternoon at the Park with a Bcratch match between the local players. The seniors were to have tried conclusions with the juniors, but the game had to be abandoned owing to the all too apparent weakness of one side. In the scratch match, which was not taken seriously, the players preferred playing the man to playing the ball. However,. several of the juniors are promising footballers. The first a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

WHY YOUR STOMACH HURTS A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SENSE ADVICE. Pain in the stomach, variously called indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, heart burn, stomach-ache, etc., is usually attri buted to some unnatural, abnormal or diseased condition of the stomach itself. Nothing, however, could be further from the truth. Nineteen times oat of twenty the stomach is absolutely healthy and nor mal, the pain and discomfort being entirely due to the acMity and fermentation of fooci, which irritates and distends the stomach ; although if this condition is allowed to run on, in time the constant irritation of the acid is likely to eat into the stomach -walls and produce ulcers and sometimes cancer of the stomach. Medicine is useless in such a case. The acid and fermenting food must he removed by a stomach pump or an emetic, or you must neutralise the acid and stop the fermentation by taking half-a-teaspoonful uf bisuraed magnesia in a little water. This latter is by far the simpler and safer method. Bisu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

,1^: A sleepless night. S^Ct-, .Ir'l^c P!easure than to Rr''-ff^r'ain s p°ush Remedy to all a:'s,, !P Alice Morrison, ?Sia t™14 Streets- Pert'n- W,A. Sfcaii., s.' Z6?'10 bad col'ia with :iS 4«,'* J)M many a sleepless Kr t wJu :od5tamberlai,1's Cou^h "■ "if "J1 ke without a bottle j1 Ky children " 5 and the •spoonsCo., Beaufort. I?'«U do=»™^[cn a slight cold J ?,00 ^ is 110 more.' ""-'Kijioon & Co.. Bracf t~?: ^Mernity Allowance Act 1 Ipnto lorce In October, 1^1-» an \ fe"« m of £96o,5a5 has been I 1 -Metallan mothers. 1 fefefoof ilr Thomas Phillips \ l^tookpkce on the 30th of April at I a ' ®i tame as a great shock to his I fefe in the district. His illness 1 thott duration, consequent on I |'^ ptkitmg {torn a small cut or I the hand. The deceased was I ad an old resident o£ \ iv!.®a. He v;as straightforward 1 and unerudging and \ & The late Mr Phillips was one I tended the sales at I yards oi Alfredton, and every \ t^Sfcmsto fee found there; Mr I s~ wszEiior being t...

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[?]FORT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

L-f® brigade. J^snltcnccd the monthly Utk Bfi'ufort Five Brigade -flotation on Tuesday evening, j^ttpiaiti D. N. Robertson $ A cheque for 12/6 was re 1,^3 die Hope G.M. Co. Ac '%witi»S 10 £1 7/10 m're Invent.- lieu tenan t Day ,'0liuihlirig wns.to.fa-kt for fp jfevwal members had been ^feist having no say in regard ^ the loom. He thought It^jbea motion on the hooky but they should not \tkch!"ge-to compete with ,-j&institutions. The captain U'tinkers spoke in a similar '."fiimnti Wilson moved that s be allowed in this I ikvCucJ V Fireman Hellyer. If :biiImora! as an ;iinciu! ■••stmtings he a!/owed at Seconded by Secretary f^mndwent was lost, only r^-sntf seconder .-uppoifiiig ft. slfetofc® explained that the allow the room to be (■'■me into competition with i |t & nieetiw(-rooms. Tf other / J a complaint that / rilim the end of it. The I jr t.c;l Fiimnii Chibnull I p:rI'll! it K:1$ very awkward I hiikhiuWr oiii .souietmnw, I plkahml :uul fmt rule was I fejfe Anyone wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 May 1914

(f s CURS® HBR Here is a letter, which all women should read, especially those who are prone to neuralgic affections, and who pass hours of agony and ill-health through them. This letter tells those women more than can be specially written of the relief of Neuralgia by Clements Tonic, and it was sent from 411 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne, S/6J1 CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., & "For the benefit of those wrho suffer from Neuralgia I should like to tell them of my cure. " It is a few years back I had that complaint, and it lasted for the best part of five years. Many people said it had become chronic with me—that I would never get rid of it—and I got to believe their opinion correct, for doctors' advice and prescriptions did not have the least effect. I used numerous other medicines and re medies, until I was despairing of ever getting better. This affected my general health. I became thin and weak, and put years on to my appear ance. One old lady who came into our shop strongly adv...

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