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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. MR. and MRS. J. SCOLES desire to sincerely thank their many kind friends for sympathy shown them in: their recent sad bereavement.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Religious Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 9TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

Religious Services. SUNDAY, AUGUST 9th, 1914. j Presbyterian Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7 ; Middle Creek, 2.30—Rev. W. L, Fenton. Main, Lead, 11; Raglan, 3; Chute, 7—Mr Neil McDonald. Methodist Church.—Beaufort, 11; Raglan, 3 ; Waterloo, 7—Rev. W. H. Chapman. Raglan, 7—Mr L. Waldron. Waterloo, 3—Mr 6. Boyd. Chute, 3—. Mr C. Waldron.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

football ^isiiiatdi was played in ^Vlvs iiur "Haddock on Saturday Ufet, and ^■"'R 'imulevfeitin^ game to watch. '^otthad a very poor team in the ;'W& were easily defeated. "Fron> ^Wiceolball the visitors showed ^toJeacy to make the name rough, ^ ftty were ireely penalised by p^?owe\\. At several stages -f>aea sV^Ht "brush" occurred, soon checked. Tho scores ^•-liinity, 13 goals 9 behinds, J'-ak-jBeauiovt, 6 belrinds, 6 points, players ior Trinity vrereBloy alliSj'Willan, Garner, Toole; 4t Ivenniburgli, Hannah, " • Anderson and Young ^<4 bard to avert deieat. Goal jR^rimty-WalliB (5), "Bloy (4) MVtAimJB/Toole.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]SED SWIMMING BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

la townsmen attended a If [nesting in connection ■■■L oroposal to establish te?sv at dp Hall, 'Beaufort, on Fri ,Adair (churman) pre : !■ ,j apologised for the ab mtfuntz. foung submitted a ver i^{ in reference to the ■^gresult of the deputa fthe Riponshire council i-fully reposed in our ;;'^B;^-^^ference^be ./ -i;e councillors T£nKT~cc5,vP .^BeDiioninff that it had faded that the best site time near the south-west 4 V the cemetery. The wished to recommend nation of the same, and to fameting to communicate ■ ^'council to that effect fictsirman spoke in a simi ttfin, touching on the ad %and disadvantages of (fcrisited. jfll Wotherspoon moved fysite near the south-west Ci the cemetery be c;i Seconded by Mr J. H. and unanimously; I'itwtion of Messrs Young , l^er, the secretary was in p to forward a letter to fat to the council. / ' tonne moved that the / llVc!obl)e thanked lor meir i^e donation of £10. They %e forward without being Wadset an excellent ex % other clubs. Seconded J^ger, ...

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HAMPDEN ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

HAMPDEN ROLL. Uu the new roll of Hampden btate electorate there are 11,090 names, in comparison with 10,716 on the old roll. Throughout Victoria the increase in the number of State electors is about 12 per cent. Excepting Gren ville, which shows a decrease, there are substantial increases in the other Western District electorates as well as Hampden. On theold roll forBarwon there were 9976 electors, ou the new there are 11,150 ; Dundas, 7571 and 3393 respectively'; Geelong, 11,814 *nd 13,774; Polwarth, 9S75 and 10,884; Port Fairy, 7512 and 7710; Stawell and Ararat, 8058 and 8738 ; Warrnatnb ol 8610 and 9059 ; and Glenelg, 8430 and 9036. Up till April 21 there were 1689 re- j movals from the Hampden roll of 1913, j and 2241 additions to it, representing) an actual increase of 552. Now the • net increase is 974. Therefore it is roasonable~to assume th-it on the roll there areas many as 2600 no. >v electors, comprising people .who -have moved into the electorate^ aud young.folk who ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

WHAT DYSPEPTICS SHOULD KNOW. ■ PHYSICIAN'S TIMELY ADVICE. The fact that few dyspectics renlly understand the cause of their trouble is probably the reason why drugs are still used to such an alarming extent. The practice is wrong, however, and is strongly condemned by many physicians. The preseiicc of excess acid in the stom ach is the cause of practically all forma of digestive trouble, and this can be neutral ised and rendered harmless by the oc cassional use of ordinary b intra fed mag nesia—a product which can be obtained of any-chemist. Physicians use bisurated magnesia . themselves as well, as recom mend, it to their patients, because they recosjiyse • t h a i t__ ■. n o fc. only overcomes tn5SgeIws~sTo:uaciracliniiM-tiniir clisures easy digestion, bub by its use no harmful drjug is introduced into the system and therefore there can be no unpleasant after effects. Half a teaspoonful taken in a litt'e water after meals is usually quite sufficient to keep the food contents of th...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

Department of Public Works. Melbourne, 4th August, 1914. fTIENDERS will be received, until X Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 27th August, 1914, for Additions and Alterations to Residence, State School, 1150, Trawalla. Deposit, £5 ; Security, 5 %. Particulars and Conditions may be learnt at Public Works Office, and at the Public Offices, Ballarat, and Police Station, Beaufort. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. F. HAGELTHORN, Commissioner of Public Works. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. I he Commonwealth Electoral Act. STATE OF VICTORIA. Electoral Division of Corangamite. THE FOLLOWING PERSONS have been duly NOMINATED as CAN DIDATES for the ELECTION of ONE MEMBER of the House of Represen tatives, for the above Division, to serve in the Parliament of the Commonwealth :— THOMAS MICHAEL BURKE, 57 Kinkora Road, Hawthorn, Manager. JAMES CHESTER MANIFOLD, ' " Talindert,'' Camperdown, Grazier. A POLL will accordingly be taken on SATURDAY, the 5th day of September, 1914, in accord...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

BIPOHSIjIBE ADVOCATE. Notice to Advertisers. WING to the inconvenience caused by Advertisements being received the appointed time, we beg to notify that unless ALTERATIONS TO STANDING ADVERTISEMENTS icach us by WED NESDAY" Morning, such alterations will not be made till the following issue. In 'future this rule will be strictly enforced, in fairness to our employees. Correspondents are also requested to seinl reports by Thursday. AH CASUAL Advertisements (unles3 the Ad vertiser has an' account in our books must be PAID IN ADVANCE. No exception to this Rule will be made. Advertisements by Post must be accompanied by Cash. ± PARKER. Proprietor A Parker. Printer, Beaufort.

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MINING MEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

MINING MEWS. The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads {Mr A.' W. Moore) reports:— Main east level—Long caps in position to stem drive south-east, and extended 20ft. in strong country. 2>Jo. 2 lise— West off north connected to east from No. 1 rise, in payable \va$h; total, 205ft. South off east off nortli to 144ft., in strong wash, cai-rying gold ot a good sample; stopped, as this ground can be" reached to better advantage later on. Party of men shifted,to drive No. 2 east prospecting drive. Top deck—Nort h off west off sfcuth to 108ft., in average qual ity wash. No. 1 rise—Blocking and truck-roading with two parties. The manager of the Hope {Mr T. Derrick) reportsWest branch reef drive extended 61ft.; total, 1483ft.; good working reef. No. 3 rise—Two parties blocking and truck-roading south side of rise. No: 3& rise—Two parties blocking and truck-roading in west drive. Yield, 139 oz. 15 dwt. The manager of the Hope Extended (Mr T. Ward) reports:—Top plat No. 1 rise—N.W. to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

CURED THEM BOTH, j " I alway? use Chaniterla'J3 lieiuedy an.! can rwonimend jU who has children, )- * ^ ufc Broom Street, Katanmnj,, • ; ;p. two little Doreeu a1^ very bad Willi eroup : Chamwr^ iteinedy was the only m i ^ [fb; give them relief. Af£^ " 4ceefctf; . 'LINSEED COMPOUND' for CotyMs^ \ Uf proven efficacy tor ch&t complilt& j I A remarkable series of / has taken place at Warsaw, Less than 100 miles from the (frontier. Several powder ma, i "u.iuu. ouverai puwuct ;i the city blew upon Wednesday fff<7/ / these were followed by a oawihff'j I bomb explosions at the local / Many persons were either, I wounded. It is reported that / citadel has been blown up. a ; official announcement attribute* -7. |disasters to lightning}■ J . 'LINSEED COl(POVSD\Tke,^,'i I Remedy,' for Cousht) and CoHi. " t [ Proven efficacy. , , <1 The Banngal Estate, sittuw p ISkipton, which was owned for <' /f,;i by the Gardiner family, has betf to Mr U.F. Bohe...

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GENERAL BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

UENERM,.BUSINESS. i Gr. Sinclair aaid that as the mg oi the council MonlthVmU and the office was being used incoW, tion with the Federal electron*, be iS l move that the council meeting bi 'tJ I on Monday, 31st August. S;cw,<k \Cr. Stewart, and carried. Cr. Halpin moved, and Cr. TnWry seconded, that the lav kg pins tr4j f ront of Messrs George s and PvubsJ^ 1 residences on the Ararat ruad ^ , moved and other English trees pU;v in their places. Carried. Retiring Councillors Tii.viXQ, Cr. Hannah had much pleasured J ing a vote of thanks to the retiriii-'tjj cillors for their services darmjte^' three years, and in expressing \^\i} that he would see them all back vt the elections. Having baea intro;^, i associated with them for some time,! could assure the ratepayers that tV' interests had ever been toe inte;est$!' the retiring councillors, awl in tetutub* them to the council the ratepayers*^, be only doing themselves justice. \{ took the opportunity of thanking on behalf of ...

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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

GOLF. fcSahirday last the Ararat Union 'iifclf Club visited Beaufort apd i'ffithsions with teams of ladies . - ^ gentlemen from the local club. L. Wotherspoon (president : ^Beaufort Club) and N. B. Acton S^Ssry) met the visitors and took '-■-to the Golden Age and Camp for lunch. They subsequently «5jed to the links. At the con oid the match it was shown that -wofort men won by 12 holes 20 ■ stafte Union Jack players' 20 holes The Beaufort ladies had a J^over the Union Jack ladies by 1:~s33 aces to 2 holes 3 aces. Miss •teman was the only lady player B-Ararat side who held up her r-rcpatatiou. She defeated the Beaufort lady player (Mrs ■_2£a) bv two holes. Mixed f our ■ »cre afterwards arranged. On team Mr Doyle thanked *«afort players for' the splendid r^at the visitors received during ,^'t He only hoped they would i?« return match, and assured ^ Hearty welcome. In responding ; t'Otherspoon promised a return ih- Mores H. A. Beaufort H. A. jf, - 0 0 Hetherington 1 3 ^-ppard 0 0 Dr. E...

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[?]ODFELLOWS' JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

i ;,ih!Iee of the Loyal Beaufort F]iUI-0-0-F., was celebrated - FMll'3't tha Societies' Hall on : k'.L night. The function was a i raecesifd and enjoyable one, ; k: so 2nd 90 couples being in p;;L An attractive decorative ■ ^artistically carried out in ; andc f, re,co,rd «>ere p%officers of the lodge since its " >%, 50 yea1'3 a»°> was Siven a P'w't position. The musicians were p-Lre and Messrs Richards and 'J dancing continued till the ' 'vioors of the morning' to the ' rLfiiisirexceJIentniusic. Several ~ i'^^eentlemen supplied music for : te,iice?. The duties of M.C. were • n by Bros. T. Whitfield and W. ■ The members of the ' K^re their regalia, and the func ■■Jfcuned with the singing of the - : 5l Anthem and cheering. During r i^reoing Mr B. A. Stuart con ' 2 sons-, and Miss Joan Edwards sailor' hoixpipe and Irish ' it supper arrangements were ,t in capital style by Mr J. T. 1 j and the tables were prettily vj with wattle blossom. The 1 jy Mr W. Stevens, is to be eon ifd...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

WARDS IT OFF. "Until! waa recommended to try Chamberlain's Congh Remedy I suffered continuously ■svitli colds on tho cheat/' writes Miss M. Flangan, " Cartdrmin," Wftrd Street, Ival goodie, W.A. "Now lion I n otice the slightest sign of a cold wtfike a couple of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the cold is warded off." Sold by J. 11. Wotlierspoon & Co.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1914. Constable M. Willis, of Beaufort, has been transferred to Linton. Daring his stay of some months here Constable Willis has made many friends. As anticipated in our last issue, there is to be a contest in the North Riding of the Shire of Ripon; Mr H. -;Smith, faririer, of Trawalla, having decided to oppose Cr. Sinclair, the retiring member. JiAS. H. Robertson, Plumber and Tin smith. Windmills erected and repaired ; acetylene, gas installed. All sizes tanks on h$ind, or bnilt to order; 100 to 40,000 gall ons.—Neill Street, opposite Bank of Vic toria. The Beaufort Public Cemetery has received a grant of 36 trees from the State Nursery, Macedon. These trees are to replace the large pine trees re cently removed from the cemetery. LINSEED COMPOUND, * Trade Mark of Kay'a Compound Essence of Linseed, for Coughs ard Colds. . . The annual election of Ripionshire councillors takes place on Thursday, 27th inst. Nominations must be lodg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

ALWAYS ON HAND. "My litMe hoy John suffered 1 with colds niul croup ami ChhmTieVlfuu's'Cou^li Kemedy was the only medicinc that would j^ive him relief," writes Mr John Norton, Marrawah, Tas.. " 1 consider Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the best ifiiMlinino for their complaints and / ''make a point of always having it on hand." Sold by J. 1J. Wothcr.spuou & Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

For home-made Jam. new ba sure. You buy It at PaiNGLB'3—it's pure. The Corner. Beaufort. "COAGULINE," " KLINX," " TENASITINE." I Cements for breafcaffes. manufacturing purposes, etc. •

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BEAUFORT TOWN BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

BEAUFORT TOWN BAND. Seventeen bandsmen and town sub scribers attended the half-yearly meet ing, of the Beaufort Town Brass., Band at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night; Mr H. B. Seager (president) occupying the chair. Correspondence. From Ararat Town Band, drawing attention to proposed alteration to Band Association rules, which it was consid ered would be adverse to interests of country competing bands.—The band master's and secretary's action in in structing the delegate to oppose the alterations was endorsed. From Maryborough Highland Society, re contest on New Year's Day, 1915 — Referred to committee. Financial. Accounts amounting to £11 8/11 were passee for payment. The balance-sheet for the half-year showed-receipts amounting to £61 10/6, and expenditure to £57 1/, "leaving a credit balance of £4 9/6. The balance of assets over liabilities was £204 3/5, and included instruments and uniforms valued at £1G5, with a fixed deposit of £45. The accounts were certified to as co...

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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 3RD AUGUST, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

ftlPOMSHSRE 'COUNCIL. • Monday, 3r6 ■August, 1914; Present—Crs. Roddis (president), Slater, Stewart, Halpin, Trengove, Rus sell, Levyis, Hannah, and Sinclair. j The minutes of the previous meeting, and also of the Revision Court, aB type-written and circulated, were taken as read and confirmed.. Correspondence. From Railway Department, stating that commissioners had considered re quest that passengers from Beaufort be allowed to travel to Ballarat by up Adelaide express on Tuesdays^ and re gretted that they could not depart from the decision previously conveyed.— Received. j i From same, intimating that tha mat ter of the Bea.ufort water supply is now being investigated, and that it would probably be a fortnight before the com missioners would find it convenient to see the council's representatives, but a date would befixeaas early as practi cable.—Received. Circular from Commonweelth Bank, re loans to municipalities.—Received. From Borough of Eaglehawk, askihg council's views on pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 8 August 1914

r.UUN UN iJA]<M OF HASD. j " One ni^iit I struck a match aiul tlic j whole lux wjut 01 f in my hand and I had j a terrib e l>uni across the palm," says My | J. l«\ Worsley, Margate, Tas " The" j . p tin was sojii awtnl. I went into ; tiift .store a»'l looked lor something to re lieve ami noticed cue word "burns'" on the label of Oiiainberlain's I'ain JJalm. I poured the Ualin freely on my hand and ! the pain ijuiiikiy disappeared and I was J able lo g.i ti» sleep. In the morning I j found the suin whole and the burn quickly >, healed without even leavingasear." Sold by J. li Wotherspiiom&Co. i

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