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Too well Known to Need an "Ad." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

En°wn to 2Jeed an " Ad." t| is idea tliafc you have Jived so long ,.crt Ikt everybody knows you and ton c need to advertise is a mis Th;s very indifference to adver uidiltcrence to doing business as !:;'Sne in tliis day and age, is what gabled the catalogue or mail order to "J'O"' ^'om "iei'e nothing to ^["wnceins. The merchant who Evince the people of his section, them convinced that his store f-ebest place to buy this and that ^ will not lose trade, to the mail ';j house- Of couvse, he cannot i!.jjtonetoufc a catalogue as thick Irat lie can keep an adver i» bis local paper, and see •jil is changed every wpek, thu >2i<inew bargains continually be yjepnblic. He should also have list, and send out a circular ^st least once a month. Don't •^pn your country newspaper as jjii'tofcliarity. There is not a .^'country newspaper in the State, J Jjjeneral local circulation, which j r£j:iWe to give full value for money j ■Aii The country papers can help sa're flu's question if yo...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

^ nt closTseason. U" v;hole year.—Tits, wild ^ |;:ii emu, white cranes, fantaus, |Akighing jackass, ibis, kanga jpMs species), lyre birds, mag-1 l^iative bears, owls, platypus, ,r^wtlw8i and swallows, wild pige Nloves of all kinds, black swans. U August till 5.30 a.m. on 1st '^-QuaUot all kinds, except | - ^--tsari 1 I,July till 5.30a.m. on llthj ^'y-Wild ducks and teal of all 'S'M «eese of all kinds, coots, 1 cockatoos, magpies, nativej or Australian cranes, land ■•vers (except southern stone I C,^'.i3^ew)) liouey eaters (except V^-Ws and leather heads). \ decided that opossums! in all parts o£ the the year, instead of J i-t ending 31st October, V^^epavtment considers that | « uvo or three years before ■y^tabreakin the. close season. exceptionally high prices lj®t\icir skins last year, great fc1r^0?^suv.is were shot, and, |lA. ^stvuetion was not so mani iW B Sear) tie protection which a%iven was considered urgent. F()& T?1S1L vv,^October to30thKovem^ei' elusive). — Murray G...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]DVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

m&ntageous buying. jbtave heard of the man who, rL'ce in winter time and his summer time—such a puv piiivariably saves money. U; principle involved is to buy pfe other fellow is most anxious i ^ snd to sell when the other fel t eager to buy. ^'!io would take full advan wket conditions in the buy •;1-4J-lliujr household necessities, j'^l, niacliinery, etc., are con Hon the look-out for opportuni ~rsated through the local ad .^1 indium. | ,^-ytu alert to the opportunities , ^advertising columns of the1 "i'-^ire Advocate " present ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

Ar.WAYso^11'^:;.# "My lit" cl.ls """I1';"' „|y sasyE-V^1^ Norton, M;U'W"' ' RelllCll} t'1 $1 Chamberlain sUi0 |ie.r best meihouio

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WATTLE BLOSSOM FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

WATTLE blossom fair. Far soma months pastttiefeJ of St. John's Church oi eJs land, Beaufort, have been oi^l ising a wattle blossom lair in ajj of a fund to renovate the vital age, towards which Mri®-" Bridges recently donated £&i There was a fair attendance 1 the opening function on day afternoon. A. number ij ■well-stocked stalls was pvisj' arranged around the infei'l the Societies' Hall, and theiv 4 tractive appearance bo?e eloon&l testimony to the thoroughness^ the preparatory work. \^ti blossom was the most promineif feature of the decorative scWk| and the hall never looked at any previous function 0! kind. Mrs N. B. Acton discharged the secretarial duii4 Following is a list oi the staf and stall-holders -.-C.Eaif stall-Messrs J. B. Prentice, H. Sands, E. J. Muntz, D. Jacki son, and A. Driver. Plain ^ stall—Mesdames H.. M, Starl A Driver, and Waldron. o-oods stall—Mrs K B. Miss Nickols. Toy stall snowball—Misses Evelyn and Joyce Watkin. Gake«| Mesdames J. McKeich...

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MINER APPEALS AGAINST CONVICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

MINER APPEALS AGAINST CONVICTION. At the Maryborough General Sessions on Monday, before his Honor JudgeWin neke, EdwardDaniel Ferguson, a young married man, appealed, against a sen tence of six months' imprisonment in flicted by Mr Berriman, P.M., on a charge of having had in his possession 6oz. of gold and failing to satisfy the police that he had lawfully come by it. Mr M. Lazarus appeared for the ap pellant. Mr Leon, in outlining the case for the Crown, said Ferguson had been em ployed in the Northern Hope mine, Beaufort, last year, and was working in payable wash. There was a strike in September, and Ferguson did not re turn to work at the mine until January of the present year. On 20th April last he missed a shift, and came to Mary borough with a man named Owen Wil liams. He drove to a store at Amherst kept by Mrs McDonald, and sold 6oz. of gold at £4 1/ per oz, stating he had got the gold at Cockatoo Flat, a place a few miles away. He further said to Mrs McDonald there was a p...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

MINING NEWS. • ♦ In the annual report issued by the Secretary for Mines for the year 1913 appears the following district gold yields for the year :—Beaufort Deep Leads, 41oz. 14dwt.; value, £166 19/. Fiery Creek Dredging—Quantity treated, 2i acres; yield, 1022oz. 12dwt.; value, £3965 9/; quantity treated to date, 9i acres: total yield co date, 4299oz. Sdwt. Hope—Yield, 3378oz. 18dwt; value, £13,563 11; ; total yield to date, 3JS2viZ. ldwU ^Northern Hope—Yield, 256oz.; value',' £1036 3/'; quantity ti'eated to date, j'lo fathoms; total yield to date, 788oz/ 4dwt. R. Ramsay—Yield, 39oz.; value, £156. The manager of the Hope (Mr T. Derrick) reports West branch reef drive extended 60ft.; total, 1543ft.; wash at points of laths; payable. No. 3 rise —One party blocking and truckroading. No. 3i rise—Three parties blocking and truckroading. Working shortrhanded. The manager of the Hope Extended (Mr T. Ward) reports:—Top plat— Work stopped for the present. Bottom plat—North-east level extende...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

During the week a cow owned by Miss Greenwood, of Beaufort, gave birth to twin calves, both of which are living. 'LINSEED COMPOUND.' for Coughs and Colds, Loosens phlesm. allays irritation. There have been several light showers of rain during the week at Middle Creek, but although thegrovvingcrops will bene fit, the fallowing cannot be continued without a heavy downpoar. The only contest for the annual elec tions of councillors in the Shire of Ripon is in the North Riding, where the retire ing member, Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair, mer chant, Beaufort, is opposed by Mr Henry Smith, farmer, Trawalla. Cr. A. C. Roddis, of Snake Vally, and Cr. D. Stewart, of Monmot, Skipton, have been returned unopposed. " The election takes place on Thursday, 27th inst, the polling'places being at Beaufort, Water loo, Raglan, and Middle Creek. Mr Smith announces that he will address the ratepayers at Middle Creek on Tues day, at'Raglan on Wednesday, at Beau fort on Thursday, and at Waterloo on Friday ; each m...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

ALWAYS GIVES It ELI El'. " Ever since my son Reggie wis twelve months old I have given him Chamber lain's Congh Uemedy for croup," says Mr Joe Stephen.?, "Warren, N.S.YT. "No matter how bal the attack may be, after a few doses ' of Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy he has always been relieved. I have recommended Chamberlaiu's Cough Remedy to dozens of people, as 1 consider it the best remedy for croup or colds, and ivonld not be without a bottle in the nouse." Sold by J. K. Wotherspoon & Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

WARDS IT OFF; - " Until I was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I suffered continuously with colds on the chest," writes. Miss M. Flangan, " Cartermin," Ward Street, Kalgoorlie, W.A. "Now lieu I n otiee the slightest sign of a cold wtake a couple of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Keniedy and the cold is warded off." Sold by J. I>. Wotherspoon & Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 19uT There was a large and appreci ative audience at St. John's Parish Hall, Beaufort, on Friday evening, 7th inst., when the members of the local C.E.M.S. and G.F.S. gave a very credit able performance of the amusing trial scene from the " Pickwick Papers.'' The various characters were well sustained, and those who attended enjoyed themselves thoroughly. The takings, which amounted to £4 2/, are to be devoted to the C.E.M.S. funds. Appended is the cast of charac ters "Mr Justice Stareleigh," Mr E. J. Muntz; "associate," Mr Jas. Woolacott; "Sergeant Buzfuz," Rev. W. B. Jessop; '' Mr Skimpin," Mr J. Taylor; '' Sergeant Snubbin, " Mr A. H. Sands; "Mr Phunky," Mr J. B. Prentice; "Mrs Bardell," Miss G. Allen ; "Mrs Cluppins," Miss S. Slater; "Mrs Sanders," Miss Elsie Evans; ' 'Nathaniel Winkle," Mr F. Whittaker; "Augustus Snodgrass," Mr D. Jackson; "Tracy Tupman," Mr H. Nor man ; " Sam Weller," Mr Claude Woolacott; " Foreman of Jury...

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WANDERING CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

WANDERING CHURCH. During the floods in Ohio and the neighbouring States of the Middle West a wooden church, which had been washed from its foundations, was deposited on an island in the Ohio River. There was nothing to show where the church had come from or the de nomination of the people who had worshipped in it. It had a belfry with a bell weighing about half a ton, and during its curious unpiloted voyage the structure had suffered lit tle damage. The inhabitants of the township in which it landed had had their own church destroyed by the waters. They gladly accepted the gift of the river, hastened to dig a foundation on a desirable site, and moved the church to it. If the original congre gation learns of its whereabouts and attempts to claim the church some curious legal entanglements may arise. i In the meantime, the church is do ing proper duty in housing a congre gation every Sunday, although per haps the congregation might be con sidered somewhat heretical by the former worsh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

CI'RED THEM BOTH. . " I always use Chamberlain's Cough Ileinedy and can recommend it to anyone who has children," says Mrs Barrett, Broom Street, Katanning, W.A. 11 My two little girls, Doreen and Sheila, were very bad with croup: Chamberlain's Cough Remedy was the only medicine that would give them relief. 'After they had taken two bottles there was not a. trace of croup. Now 1 would not be without a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Kenunly in my home." Sold by J. 15. Wctherapoon & Co.

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CHAPTER XVIII. AN UNWILLING WITNESS, WHOSE WORDS WERE OF GRAVE IMPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

CHAPTER XVIII. an unwilling witness, whose words were of grave import. Scarcely twentj minutes elapsed be fore the groom came to tell Mr. Hetherington that the inspector and a constable were examing the body, and he then left the house and pro ceeded at a rapid pace to join them. "This is a sad affair, inspector," he said. "Yes, sir, I'm afraid there's been foul play. I'll have the body remov ed to the house. Ah, here comes the doctor. I 'sent my man to the vicar age for him," he replied, as the doc tor, who was to have had charge of Fitzpatrick's practice during his ab sence, came towards them. "Then I must hasten home. I do not wish Mrs. Hetherington or my daughter to hear of this from any one else ;" and Mr. Hetherington went towards the gate, pausing on the way to speak to Dr. Blake, who seemed very much upset. "It's an awful affair," he said. "Shocking ; but I have to break the news to my daughter," he replied scarcely pausing to exchange these few words. On arriving at the Hal...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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SHIRE OF RIPON. Beaufort, August 10th, 1914. The President, Shire of Ripon. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

SHIRE OF RIPON. Beaufort, August 10th, 1914. The President, Shire of Ripon. Sir,—In reference to the road-making plant purchased early last year, I have the honor to report as follows :— The plant to date consists of Foden 8-h:p. compound'engine, £817;Jaques Bros.' all-steel portable crusher, 16 x 9 jaw, £390; Clarke's elevator, rails, trucks, transport waggon, &c., £204; equipment to date, about £110; total, £1521. The road-making machine, pur chased some years ago, cost, with equip ment, including plough, &c., about£114. I have already made full reports of the work done by this machine previous to the purchase of engine, and do riot pro pose to repeat these. We have just added to the crusher a shoot for feeding metal into the jaws direct. This has not yet been paid for, and will costabout £30. During the season 1912-13 the plant did not get to work till early in February, 1913, but before the season was over the following work was com pleted :—Five and a half miles...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM AND DAIRY. GRAZING LUCERNE. THE DANGER OF BLOA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

'HEFAR«MDM^ GRA2IK6^TCEallE. . ™BD^VBU)W —_ I in view of the increased use M this splendid {odder plant, the opin ion of Mr. Alexander, the maaa ' of a large estate near InvereVi, j„ New South "Wales (where 15 sil^ at> in use), on the danger ot cattle pat ing on lucerne, is worth noting He holds that tht feeding ofTol \a. cerne by stock is always attended with a certain amount of risk of loss by tympanitis 0r bloat. In fact, dur ing certain periods of the -piaDf8 growth its action on the cow is 8D active and virulent as to resemble pr.ussie acid poisoning of cattle led on immature sorghum. A remarkable thing about it is th8 fact that this extreme effect is pro duced for perhaps only two or three days in the plant's growth, which explains why cattle gsazing in m paddock may suffer badly from blcrf while those in the next may he in mune, although the lucerne appeats to he in exactly the same stage ol growth in both. The manager be lieves that the importance of lucitca to the dairyi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

I PUREE OF ONIONS. i Take two cupfuls of boiled onions, ruftbed through a sieve ; add half a cupful of rich, sweet cream and the beaten yolks of two eggs. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Serve quickly on hot,buttered toast. TREACLE CHEESECAKES. Line some patty pans or a tartlet tin with good pie-crust, and fill .either with the following mixture. Into a tablespoonful of flour stir four tablespoonfuls of treacle, and when quite smooth add half a tea spoonful of powdered ginger. Lay twists of paste crosswise over the to®, and bake in a m<j4grate oven. I

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VALUE OF THE SCALE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 15 August 1914

4 VALUE OF THE SCALE. 4 Fanners are extremely lax in ing any kind of accounts. It mi?ht be thought that self-interest wouli dictate that they should knew «• actly the profits they maie esti year. Yet to ascertain this it is es sential that there be a takisjd stock once a year; and we nil guarantee that there is hardly or farmer out of any hundred srto doe this. Dairy farmers are equally lax, •» not knowing what their cows do ia the way of milk or butter profe tion, in not knowing the cost o! feed, or how much each cow con sumes per day. It seems a very difficult matter tc g.et dairymen to appreciate the MCt that dairying is a manufacturin? business ; and that to make tnoaej at it, it is first necessary to to1 exactly what each item costs, th® practicing economies where ntcuw Until the cost of production i-! known, it is impossible to curtail o■" lop off the unprofitable items. It t" very evident that one of the firs! things that must be done is to weigh the milk of each coir and teP...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 10. CHAPTER XVIII. Continued. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. n r THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. "9 ' . . By Hedley Richards, Author of "Th? Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," etc., etc. PART 10. CHAPTER XVIII.—(Continued. Therese sat looking at the empty drawer in amazement ; then she shut and locked it, but her resolution was formed. She would not on any account inquire about or admit that shie had lost "a cloak ; and as it was one she had seldom worn, it was not likely that it would get her into any trouble. But in spite of reasoning thus she was decidedly uneasy, and there was an anxious feverishness in her manner that did not escape her grandmother's eye. The following morning the inquest .on the body of Brian Fitzpatrick was held in the dining room at the Red House. It was a large room with a big bow-window ,facing over a smooth, velvety lawn, and had been handsomely furnished, ready for the new mistress of the house. It was singular that the first time it was used should be to hold an i...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

MINING NEWS. j uwing to. the vvar the Hope Extended mine has been temporarily closed. ! The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads (Mr A. W. Moore) reports:— Main east level—No. 2 rise—No. 2 east prospectiug drive to 125ft. ; about pay able. Top deck—North off west off south to 150ft. : wash gone under level; stop ped, and opened south opposite. No. 1 rise—Truclcroading and blocking with three parties ; ground heavy. Yield, 180 oz., including 20oz. from machine bot toms and 'sand. The manager of the Hope (Mr T. Derrick) reports :—West branch reef drive extended 23ft.; total, 1566ft.; wash risen above back laths; payable; stopped and opened south off same and driven 17 ft.; 3ft. wash; payable ; opened north off reef drive and driven 12ft. ; 2ft. wash ; payable. No. 3 rise—One party truck roading and panelling. No. 3J rise—Two parties blocking. Yield, 135oz. The manager, of the tforthern Hope (Mr F. M. Rankin) reports :—Main bottom level extended 30ft.;.total, 672Vift. South-west branch e...

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