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OF RURAL INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
(By "Ruatieus.") In portion of oho ltochester shire I : tlie sparrow peit is being dealt with in a way that has undoubtedly the' . merit of novelty at any rate. Two I members of the Milloo Tennis Club go forth at night armed with a rao- J quet in one hand and an acetylene ; bicycle lamp in the other and volley- | ing sparrows and starlings on the wuig. The hedges aro alive with starlings and sparrows. The two men walk on either side, and as the birds escape from cover the wielders or tho racquets are said to voiley ; right and left with deadly precision. They accounted for 330 sparrows and several dozen starlings for two nights' jiractico recently. The iloclicster shire council pays" tribute to the extent of 2/(5 a hundred for sparrows' heads. Starlings have not yet come under tho municipal ban. The two hunters have 011 hand over 3000 heads on which to collect. According to a iloclicster re porter, there is a charac-i eristic differ ence between the starling and the sparroiv when di...
EYEBROWS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
EYEBROWS. Bye-brows that are lighter in col our than the hair are usually a sign of weak constitution, but eye-brows darker than the hair generallj go with a vigorous mind and body, more especially when they are bushy and tufted. As a general rule the closer the eyebrows lie to the eyes, the greater are the jfowers of concentration, though sometimes such brows are as sociated with a suspicious nature. Well-arched eyebrows are a sign of artistic, agreeable temperament, but when they lie far away from the eyes the owner is often most unreliable. If the eyebrows, instead of droop ing at the end, turn upwards ^to wards the temples, their possessor is likely to have a strong sense of hu mour, and is likely, to make a name as a comedian, or as a humorous artist or writer. From time immemorial, eyebrows that meet across the nose have been associated with a passionate and even a murderous temperament. Persons with little or no eyebrows are almost invariably not only weak in body, but weak i...
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE FATE OF GENERAL VALIXTO. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
COMPLETE SHORT STORY. THE FATE OF GENERAL VALJXTO. * T General Valixto sat in his room, busy with his papers. There were stirring times ahead, for within twenty-four hours the insurgents un der his and Gen. Palmero's command were to make a combined attack on Havana. Already the men were. pre ^ paring for the fray, and ever and anon the trampling of horses' feet and the Bhrill notes of the bugle All- j ed the air. One or two unimportant places had already been taken,- but that was a mere bagatelle compared • to the capture of Havana. Here the Spaniards were gathered in force, ready to make a determined stand against the enemy, and General Val ixto realised that the' task which lay : before him was no light one. | He paused in his work for a mo ment, and, taking up a small pack- j age, tied round with a coloured rib- | bon, he deftly undid its folds, and ! toola therefrom a small photo. On' this he gazed fervently for a moment j his naturally bright eyes growing brighter as they scann...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
I OFFICES writes Ms letter* air. Charles Rock* of~424 Gladfefi-sf'-r East Brunswick^ who fop 33 years has filled- an? important posit I® m m .the- Melbourne Tramway and' O.B Company3. writes- this. !etters which; other officials cars, confirm*, tc? ST T P 8 4 2§iiac 1 sJi THESE LETTERS PROVE THE UNDOUBTED POWERS OF THIS GREAT MEDICINE FOR RESTORING HEALTH AFTER LONG ILLNESS, AND FOR THE RAPID RELIEF OF INSOMNIA, WEAK. NERVES. CONSTIPATION, POOR APPETITE, BILIOUS NES:, AND D-B1LITY., ALL CHEMISTS AND STORES SELL If. GE"f IT AStjD &lt;ES2T WEtla. ?hls ls a Document'-of special' interest to all railway and tramway-* men®. 42 Bliileni Street; - Ea»t. Bruniwick-, 2/4/12. ■ iLESflENTS TONIC I.TD.r " It was tha end. of December,, WT1S, thai i?caught^ cofcrantk .vaa, laid up with pleurisyt, which- became veryseriousi- Tfto-dtotor' ;h ought Itr advisable tot consult with; another phyalolair ragardlngr jr-y illnes3» For threB days MY TEMPERATURE WAS-15)4: DEGREES:. i&Y LIFE. W...
BANYENA v MARNOO. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
ban yen a v Marnoo. A match was played between' tliei above clubs on Saturday last,.and was alose and exciting, up to half time,, when Banyena led by 16 to 13.. Dur ing the third-term, however, the visi tors- absolutely ran over the home tea my and,, putting- on 5,2 to 1.1, established a substantial' lead. The last quarter resulted in give and take playr and the final scores were—M&r nooj. 8.3 ;: Banyena, 4.6. On Banyena; side- " Bunny "West played excep tionally well,, and was generally voted the best man om the ground.. Others prominent were W.. King,. Clifford,. W esi> and; "Spider.'' For the winners Parsons,. Mannington,. M'Alister and Jones (-2). were- the- most prominent. Tor&ey again> umpired, well,. Mi> K. IT.. Redd had- a■ sensational drive with* the Commercial Bank Horse a/nd-gig on- Sunday evening-last. In company with, M iss- Macintosh- he •was driving home from Mr.. Jones' homestead,, when the horse, which had ©nly recently been clipped',, becam...
Austral Photoplay Co. Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
Austral Photoplay Go.. Ltd., a In our advertising columns to-day appears the abridged prospectus of the above company, which has- recently been successfully floated.. 1.0:>,000 shares-which were- held in reserve are now offered for public subscription payable 6d on.application and 6d on allotment,,and it is within- the reach of any one to. take up 100'shares, which, wouid retui'n at. least 30 per cent per annum j. In: addition, the promoter offers 10^ shares for every 1,00 ^shares applied for within >14: days. .The- oompany have- almost com pleted an-.up-to-dats studkx. and ; plant in. Melbourne,.and being, the- first of its. kind> in; Australia/, is - receiving encouragement.from.all sources.. The plays produced -sail be typically Aus tralian with: Australian' artists,, and some of the subjects, will include early station, life- and stories, of the goklfieJd6,. Educational and' indus trial pictures will.be a special feature, and with, the beautiful scenery for which. Austr...
Church Services. SUNDAY, June 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
Church Services. ♦ suxpayj june 28, 19h«. Church of England — Rupanywpv 7 p.m. (in Mechanics' Hall); ljanyena 11 a.m.;. BurrerfO, 3 p.in,. Rev. H. A.Haydou. Presbyterian. Church.— Ru.pan.yup,. 3 p.m.. Marnod, at 11 a_ui. Rev. K H. M'Lean Shugg,. B.A. Methodist Church.—Ruyanyup. at H Sarcaj\t. t,, AUsop.. Lalliat 8,. Moore- Banyena 3,. Jackson*. Mar noo. 3h Allsop
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEKOUS STOMACH ACIDS. Few people besides physicians realise t he importance of keeping the food oG.aw.uu vjl ■ the stomach free from acid fermptaf ion Healthy normal digest'en canii take place ; while the delicate linining of the stiuiach I is being inflamed and distended by acid and ' the results of fermenting feod in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, f&r- : mentation mart be stopped or prevented and the acid neutralised^ For this purpose i physicians usually recommend getting a i little bisurated magnesia from the- chemist j and takin half a .teaspoonful in a little hot ] ; or cold water immediately after eating. ! : They recommend bisurated magnesia be- j : cause it is pleasant to. take, has no disagree- j ■ able after effects, and instantly stops fer- i : mentation, neutralises the acid and makes , the sour ncid food bland,, sireefc and easily t I ^*§estedv | The- regular-use o£ bisurated' magnesia |i be sure you got the-bisurated, as other k...
TRICKED. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
TRICKED. "I say," shouted an urchin, poking his head in at the village butcher's shop, "there's a big black dog just goiio down the street, with a tongue m its mouth." Seizing a chopper, the butoher rush ed out after the canine thief. He caught a glimpse of a dog just turning the street corner, and gave chase; but after much dodging and twisting, eventually lost sight of the animal. "Have you seen a big black dog with a tongue in its inouth?" he asked of a group of loiterers. "Wi-th a tongue in its mouth?" said one- derisively. "Did you ever see one ! without?" j Enlightsnd, the butcher returned to his shop, to find that he had lost, not a tongue, but a good-sized joint— though it is safe to say a dog was not the thief.
WARM WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
WARM WORK. An amusLug story is toid by an Indian Medical Service man, who, writ ing to the ''British Medical Journal/' states that the story was current in lus student clays. A country uootor, returning from a visit in tlio small hours of the morn ing, in the time or the "body-snatch ers,'' had to pass a secludtd burial ground in nh;Cii a deceased patient had beun interred the day before. \Vin.n lie reached the wall he saw a lurse and trap standing unattended on the road outside. Looking cau tiously over tue wall, he saw that two men had just disinterred i>he corpse. Standing in the shadow ox the wail, ho saw them bring out the body and piaoe it in a sitting position on the seat of the trap, so that when they drove away the body, which they liact wrapped; in a dark cloak, wouiu in the mm light look like a third man sitting between the other two. They got over the wall again to fill in the grave. 'i'lio doctor lifted the body down from the trap, iaia it under the wall, and seated ...
SPORTING. GOLF. The following are the results of the Mixed Doubles of the Rupanyup club, played on 13th June:— [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
SPQRTLNC* GOLF. Tlie following are- toe results- of the Mixed Doubles of the- Rsp&ayuj Glvtb, played on L3tb June l— Mr F. Dyer anti M rs. Jas Lawson,. 89-13-76. Dr Cook and Miss A,. Culton, 97-17 SO. Jas Lawson- and Miss D..Franklin, 107-27-80;. "W.. J.. Farrec and Mm. A.. Cook, 96-14-82.. R. W.. M'MulKn- and. Miss, J.. Macintosh,. lOL-^SS.. R. J Lawrence and Miss Bartle inan, 107-20-87. W. Miller, and Max B:. W.. Hatch ings,. 112^22-90. G,. J.. R,. Wilkinson, and, Miss A. Pyer,. 12.1-27-94,. The gent's, monthly, singles were contested on- Saturday,, wdfchi scores as under— R.. J.. Lawrence,. 12-89l77,. W'. J., Farrer,. 8 86-78. Dr Cook, 12*90 7.8. R- M'MuJlin,. 22-10L-7.9. G. Hi ne, 16-96-80.. W. Miller. 10-92-82. J, Lawson, 16r98-82.. J.. VY ilkinson, 22-115-90;. I At the-special'general' meeting of the Golf Club,, held on-Fridiiy evaning.! last, there was a large attendance of members,.and the chair was occupied: by the president (Mr C. Macintosh.) The balance-sheet, whi...
NEW PIANO STOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
NEW PIANO STOOL. Aii adjustable piano stool, the head of which may be tilted to any desired angle, is announced by a manufacturer who believes ho lias solved the prob lem presented by customers who de mand both piano bench and stool, as this new arrangement permits the free dom of the piano bench with the added feature of adjustable height, an ad vantaga heretofore enjoyed only in the revolving stool. The new stool is furnished with rubber tips on the brass crow feet instead of glass balls, ensuring that the stool will not slip even on the smoothest floors, no mat ter how vigorously the performer uses the pedals.
THE USE OF CONDIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
TK3 USB OF CONDIMENTS. "It would appear that condiments are chosen to accompany those foods which are loss digestible or which ar« richer than otners. Aiutton, for ex ample, is more digestible than beef, pork, or i^uok, and it is to these three that mus ~rd is generally added. Vine gar again is known to soften the hard huve of both meat and vegetables; hence it prooably renders sucii loods as crao, lobster, (.lumon, salads, red cab bag-., and wanuts loss tough and more digestible. Vinegar in uressing and sauces probably has a similar action. As a rule, sajs the ""Lancet,'"' "the increased amount of soluble or extrac tive matters in a food is in a direct relation lo its digestibilty and nour ishing value, not that tlie extractive principles are in themselves nourish ing, Gut because they are appetising and. promote the iioiv of aigt-stive juices. Bread and cheese anu. beer form a most enjoyable meal after brisk exercsie in tlie open country air, but durmg sedentary occupation very li...
USEFUL RECIPES. VEGETABLE MARROW PICKLE. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
USEFUL RECIPES. VEGETABLE MARROW PICKLE. One marrow, 2 quarts vinegar, 1 oz. ground ginger, 1 oz. tumeric, i .. ioar sugar; a little cayenne, f«w finely cut shallots, salt. Peel and cut the marrow into small pieces, wall sprinkle with salt, and let it stand for ten hours; then drain well. Put the vmogar, ginger, tumeric, sugar, cay enne, and shallots together, and boil 10 minutes, then add as much marrow as the liquid will coyer. Simmer all together "20 minutes, ;>nd tlitn bottle. PADDY'S PUDDING. Stone 2 oz. raisins, 2 cz. currants, and add them to 2 oz. each of ground rice, breadcrumbs, sugar, 3 oz. chop ped suet, and i oz. chopped candied peel. Take sufficient milk to well moisten the dry ingredients. Mix to getner; pour into a well-greased mould, and steam three hours. Serve with sherry sauce. POOR .MAN'S DUCK. Bono half a shoulder of mutton and lay it open, spread with sage and onion stuffing, roll and tie up -into the shape of a duck (with white tape). Bake or roast about o...
SHE WASN'T QUALIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
SHE WASN'T QUALIFIED. After preaching a sermon on the fate of the wicked, an English clergyman met an old Scotchwoman, well known for tier gossiping propensities, ant) said to her, "My good woman, I hope my sermon lias borne fruit. You heard what I sa'd about iho place where there shall be 'weeping and wailinp and gnashing of t°eth" "Yes," she replied, "but as to that, if X hae onything to say, it ;s> this: Let them gnash their teeth ti at hae them. I hae only twa auld stu.nps an' they're no opposite ither."
WEATHER AND CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Rupanyup Spectator and Lubeck, Banyena, Rich Avon and Lallat Advertiser — 25 June 1914
WEATHER AND CRIME. The weather—that ever-fruitiful to pic of conversation—has now, in addi tion to its other shortcomings, to bear the stigma of being the indirect cause of much of the crime that is commit ted. A French scientist declares that at certain seasons of the year the ba rometer might be taken as a criminal register, just as well as a guide to atmospheric changes, because under certain conditions of the atmosphere murders and suicides are bound to be - more plentiful than under other con ditions "'During the passage of a, storm where the temperature is ex tfjssire," he says, "the atmosphere being thoroughly saturated with mois ture, a person perspiring rery readily hnds 110 relief from evaporation. In consequence he_ naturally feels rery much depressed, and, if his mind is not a strong one, is likely to suffer a complete mental breakdown, often fol lowed by the awful results recorded » from time to time in the newspapers.'' The theory is not unreasonable, and prominent mem...