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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

•LINSEED COMPOUND*. The bioc.ipoic Remedy,' for Coughs and Colds. Of 40 years proven efficacy. ! WA11DS IT OFF. "• "lentil I' was recommended to try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy i suffered continuously with colds oil the clicstv' writes Miss .M. Flanagan, "Carternuu,'' Ward .Street, Kal^oorlie, W.A. "Nuw when 1 notice the slightest sign of a e.old 1 take a couple of doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and the cold is warded off." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

Rear-Admiral and Mrs Bridges, of Trawalla Estate, have made- donations of £1000 and £100 to Melbourne patriotic funds. There, will shortly be changes in the personn-el of the Beaufort railway staff, Mr Jas. Manson (operating porter) hav ing been notified of a transfer, and Mr J. R. Eva (clerk) having been accepted for active service with the Australian expeditionary force. Owing to. the overcrowded state of the Beaufort State school (floor accom modation under the new regulations be ing provided for only 167, whereas the attendance is about 208 out of an en rolment of 214 scholars), the school com mittee is asking the Education Depart ment for an extension of the smallest room in the school, so as to accommo date two grades. There is a vacancy for a head teacher at this school. There was a large gathering of towns people at the Beaufort railway station at 8.30 a.m. on Thursday, to bid an revoir to the local members of the D Co. of the 71st Regiment, who have been ordered to Queensel...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AGAINST STOMACH ACIDITY. "Nmertenlhs of all eases of stomach trouble nowadays," says a leading special ist," arc caused by too.much acid. In the beginning the stomach itself is not dis eased, but if this acid condition is allowed to continue, the acid,is very 1 ikel.y t<> eat into the stomach walls and produce stom ach ulcer or cancer, either of which may render a radical surgical operation neces sary, even to urolong lite. * Therefore an 'acid stomach' is really a dangerou-- con dition mid , should he treated . seriously. It is utterly useless to take pepsin and ordinary stomach tablets. The excess acid must be neutralised by the adminis tration of an efficient antacid. For this purpose physicians nearly . al ways recom-. .mend taking-halfra teaspooiifuluf hisu'rated magnesia in a little water affcr each m eal. Larger quantities may be used if necessary, as it i* absolutely harmless. But he sure to yet- the bisurated magnesia., as other forms of...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

BURN ON I'ALM OF HAND. " One night I struck a match- and the whole box went off in my hand and I had a terrible burn across the palin," says Mr J. K. Worsley, Margate, Tas. " The pain was something, awful. I went into the store and looked for something to re lieve and noticed Che word "burns" on the label of Chamberlain's Pain J^alni. I poured the Balm freely on uty hand and the pain quickly disappeared and I was able to go to sleep. In the morning I found the skin whole aad the burn quickly healed without even leaving a scar." Sold by J. li Wotherspoon&Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

BEAUFORT RAINFALL. Ve iire iii<1ebi«:i to Mr J a*. AlcKeich for th • f«illou';ii ■_ 'iiifiest n iiiforiuui.iiiii jis to the nih ali sif-'ll-mifork sinro ISO.'I. ''J!) '00 '01 '02'u3 '04 '05 '00 \<7 'OS 'fg •Ian. Ft>h. Mar. A pi . M».y June July An ^ Ser Oct.. Nov D-c. lSljUS 180j 2«i 274 j-107 Lfl.5; Jiil 4141300 !>;».'100 ?77; MM ISO 237 eai'uu •■52! 91 LO I 81 80114!) 462'107i 80|202'341il:>fi; l:"S|liy| 73' OC; l'-|40tii 71:144] m!ja«!.'i30|3:«i 301 404 298 5<!5iliJ(ljSrn). ll7!:3Ji); IS!). .•n7ii:«'as:i 205!tt>9!:?7* :«n;-ji3; 70 St>! i>5 :J -7' 8j 61-| !)4i lOlij J»7| NO 5S;:<U«-»! o42^oa, :i:w:L2.V 2">S;:il7 107302! 3(11.114' 4(Ji>' 118; 40* 18l> j c'0211 5:i; i)I 180:187 ISj252 '30 375 •iODiiiH 120'143 2t0|G7;l '.184llli •201,141 173! l'CS 70lil7 Ttls M 05 C-l (II 11 ■z. ~ zr. v: o •n 1- c5.cc i~ 1:3 co cj — 73 (M CI SI 5> 1910.—January. 141 points ; February, 35; March 518 ; April, 73; May, 261;. June,...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

WATERLOO. A very pleasant gathering took place on Wednesday evening, 12th ult, at the residence of Miss Stevens, when the members of the Waterloo United Church Choir gave Miss Gardner a surprise party. The evening wag devoted., to music and games. During an interval Miss Stevens, on behalf of the choir, presented Miss Gardner with a hand somely bound Ancient and Modern Hymn Book, with tunes. " Dear Miss Gardner," she said," on behalf of the members of the choir, I have much pleasure in presenting you with this little gift, as a slight token of our thanks for your pastservices. You have been one of our most earnest and energetic workers, and we deeply regret your departure, but we feel assured that our loss will be gain to the people among whom you are going. We hope that every time you use this book you will think of your Waterloo choir friends. You carry away with you our very best wishes for your futuresuccess and happi ness." Miss Gardner, on rising to re spond, said she had been...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

"COAGULINE." "KLINX," " TENASITINE," Cements for breakages, manufacturing purposes, etc. • The funeral of Mrs Agnes Smith, wife of Mr Geo. H. Smith, ot' Skipton, took place at the Skipton Cemetery on Mon i day (11th). Mrs Smith had for some time past been suffering from internal trouble and passed away at Ballarat. Her re mains were conveyed to Skipton Church of England, where a service was held by the Rev. J. Best, of Linton. There was a very large attendance, and a lengthy cortege proceeded to the ceme tery. The deceased was very popular in the Skipton district, and will be much missed. There was no family. Much sympathy h^s been expressed for the bereaved husbnnd. The Rev. J. Best officiated at the grave. The coffin bearers were Messrs W. Shaw, A. Shaw, R. Shaw, and F. Smith. The following were the pall-bearers:—Cr. A. R.JSlater, J. McDonald (manager Boriyal lock Station), F.. Freeston (Langi Willi), J. Louden, L. T. Stokie, — Bunston, A. M. Gardiner, P. Shannon, W. Smith, F. R- ...

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

CURED THK-M BOTH. "I always use (-hatiiberlaiii's Cough llemedy and can recommend it to iinyoiie ivlio has children," says Mrs liarrett, L»rooiu Street, Katanning, W.A. " My ,wo little girls, Doreen and Sheila, were .'ery bad with croup : Chamberlain's Cough Llemedy was t he only medicine that would 3'ive them relief. After they had taken ;wo bottles there was not a trace of croup. Now I would not he without a bottle of Jhamberlain's Cough Kemedy in my lome." Sold by J. K. Wotiierspoori it Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

lr:'" ■ 'r~ Lj iT3'Q n If Mfi ni n I S3 0 THE BALANCE OF OUR WINTER SI WILL BE CLEARED AT a DURING STOCKTAKING. s BT.P. C Will be Sacrificed to make room for tXiTX NEW SEASON'S GOODS. KeX^ SPECIAL SALE PRICES FOR a: INSPECTION INYITED. . . " The Store for Good VaSues,95 O ET A bbbmm^ Telepl|or|e 12. a. m¥iii?s, .CHEMIST & DEBT I ST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris' Rheumatic Powders. iiiiii'is' IriiltKi-iZou iviixture, i. arris* 'xnnthUig -U ^ooiin^ Powders* kov Children. HOOKb on and after Moy&MBjja 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 630 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, y a.rn to 10 p.m. ^ Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. d. V. liEIIS, CHEMIST & DKHTI8T, For Accuracy, Confidence, Sat'isfactioii HAVELOCK STREET, 2B ® W W ®J 38, IP. Commonwealth Jg®k Bank of Bustralia HEAD OFFICE 4|||||§P SYDNEY This Bank is open for all clauses of {SEVERAL SAP3KiEs3£3 0USBMESS 8* P08T OFFICE BUILDINGSf Sturfc Q. LyeOiairaa ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PATRIOTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

j PATRIOTIC MEETING, "fl : Over 50 ladies and a number of towns men attended a patriotic meeting at the Shire Hail, Beaufort, on Monday night, for the purpose of taking action to pro vide comforts for soldiers on the battle field. The proceedings opened with the singing of the "National Anthem:" In opening the meeting Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair (the convener) expressed pleas ure at seeing a number of ladies pres ent from Waterloo. It was ]4 years since they had had a patriotic meeting of this kind in Beaufort, and he trusted that it would be 114 years before they had another. He read a letter from Mrs H. M. Turner, Trawalla, forward ing a donation of £1, and offering to co-operate in every possible way. He also mentioned that apologies had been received from Mesdames P. Beggs, S. H. Hill, and A. J. Stewart. The presi dent of the shire would be quite pleased for the Shire Hall to be used by the ladies in this matter. He thanked Mrs J essup for writing a letter to the press in connection w...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

D E A T H . TYRRELL.—On 19th inst., at Gordon, Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Mary Tyrrell. Aged 59 years. IN MEMORIAL. KENNY.—In sad and loving memory of our dear father, Thomas Kenny, who died at Beaufort, 21st August, 1902. You are always in our thoughts, dear father; 'Tis sweet to breathe your name ; In life we loved you dearly, In death we do the same. —Inserted by his loving daughters, N. Frusher. and M. Halpin. LOWE.—In loving memory of my dear daughter Jessie and our dear sister, who died August 27th, 1908. Gone, but not forgotten. —Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKIPTON SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

A,,,^IP'F°N SCHEME. — i\>lN 3'{^.-attended meeting ot' residents the Mechanics' Institute on ^•ariav Tiie following schemes were ' 5,M '•-Subscription lists tobe opened ^pWed in the vavious stores; that v.'orVevs of Skip ton contribute 5 per ^ o? their weekly earnings, and far-, and others will be asked to contrx u least £1 per month while the war I Portion of tho money will be used 1 rfti and flannel for the ladies 1 Iv |" fcUict to make comforts for the I vu'ra'rin volunteers. Messrs Hull, s •j-swi, and Elder were appointed a \ to place this scheme before I and farmers of the district. I We/ame meeting a committee "was 1 J, B.i0aIlang6fi)r tsie commencement | \w ^eClub inSkipton. Four or five I this township faced the 1 officer at Linton on Tuesday. takes J of the 5h" the 0n Thursda^ Gf ^'Pon of 8 a m' anfi n-xt between ('etil ?are Or p a 0 P-m. The i.>bo!fi) and Mr H D- Sinclair l0Kag,a„ i a11- Middle Creek ; and

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

POSTAL RATE5. .Id per J oz. IftM Girds—Single, Id each ; re ::U mdl half. *. .. , i\\mls~Single, Id; reply, Id it.1L 11 ed papers, as prescribed, -Id per :ict part <>f - oz. Misprinted outside Australia, -Jd ait'L or part of 4 OZ. kU|'ii;i;cd in Australia, id per S ■ ■ [srt of 8 oz. ' siiwi, that is to say— Jlsgjizine-s. reviews, serials, and Wsaiinr wMications printed aud iftyin Australia in numbers at ttshnt «\v.mling three months, f-z. I>r part of 8 oz. 'i|il>.;:iziiie>-, reviews, serials, and ^Jj'^ilav publications (including 1 v,-r:) printed and published out mbers. «.b >intFV^ats" three months, id per 4 jfu'jaiii oz. 'fed," tliat is, reports of Par debates printed and pub M'ijtie authority of the Com p50^ or State, id per 12 oz. or !'y t! 12 oz. r«al papers, patterns, snin |v4 luerclwudise, as prescribed, ii-'-a or part of 2 oz. 1 ;:pMiy postage, concession will lijto ittiers to the United Kingdom |4''Hoi!:e other British dominions.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Too Well Known to Need an "Ad." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

f00 Weil Known to Weed an "Ad." Jin's idea that- you have Jived so long w,vn that everybodj^knows jou and vos(Joi'?t neec* t0 iU'vert,se ls a rnis •lif Tin's wry indifference to adver ijidili'cieiice to doing business us J'i-doiiP in this clay and age. is what !ijenabSetl the catalogue or mail order to grow from mere nothing to concerns. Tlie merchant who .^a convince the jipopje of his section, id keep tlscni convinced that his store J'tlie best, phioe to buy this and tJ>a{> 1 "jikl?,will not losr trade to the mail I J ;i;er iionse. , Of .vcoursej; Jie/ cian rtdfc| ijni to set-out a - catalogue ^te-'thjok Diblp, hut lie cnti keep an: adver .jjfiii, in his local paper,- and see 1; it, is changed every week, thu Ispitig ne»v bargains continually- be •jfiliepublic. He should also have ic-fc list, and send out a circular ,tf ,it least once a month. Don't k^poii your country newspaper as j(typctotcharity. There is not a -■piountiy newspaper in the S" ate, •Hageneral local circulat...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

:j "ii: CLOSE SEASON. }l whole year.—Tits, i 'cku, "white cranes, fan tails, c)^gluug jackass, ibis, kanga-1 1y 'A species), ly re birds, roag 14p-i native bears, owls, platypus, ' •Avis, and swallows, v?ild pige" \ ■'Ws of all kinds, black swaus. August till 5.30 a.m. on 1st; -Quail ot a\l kinds, except \ S1 '-'Man ^ ■vr:aUU\i\y till 5.30a.ra. oil 11th ducks and teal o£ all | |~iM\4„eese 0| a^\ ^itids, coots,' cockatoos, magpies, native 1 !^*n5ov Australian cranes, land! (except southern stone I j \'l6rhoney-eaters (except ! |! and leather heads).; 1 | -5Wn deckled that opossums i V;pftetedin a\\ parts o£ the I ^t"\cu'iWuvke year, instead oil u ^ 'n°ntlis ending 31 st October. I |^!ue ^pwtuienl considers that! t"1 three, years before! |L* in Ike close season.! '4^5^ ^vyttonaUy high prices • 6T &Ums last, year, grem 'hi ^4SUI'"1S weie shot, :uu1-! ^stvuction was not so inani V.. '* ?:ar, the protection v.'hich \v;« considered urgent. FOLl ¥ltiH. 3lkjlHt October to 30th Kovem...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVAN[?]US BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

s^itiAljUjU5 BUYING. 1^3 kve liwd of the man who E&iw iu winter time and his T'fltta summer time—such a- pur ptMaraWy saves money. |riiici|;l(! involved is to buy |i;Wtl.w Mlow is most anxious 1'iWjitu m'11 when the othev fel I'Sihk (-ajrev to buy. Itexiso would take full advan hhnnrtei conditions in the buy filing o? household necessities, r machinery, etc., are con pi -11 '-lift look-out for oypoi'tuni ll^nted through the local ad ^5 Medium. to the opportunities advertising columns of the ~ p'-'AiceAdvocate" present?

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SYSTEM OF ALLOWANCES [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

OF ALLOi W ANf.RS Miniont £* w AJNUJas tuj of Defence has decided '^•■wounrl,'! a,1°wances for 'be kniri *or dependents •^Italian'p '".connection with the ^ a n. Expeditionary Force. In k fi'e, widows' amnnnf ''cllildren one-fourth Uak<Hn, r®Spect of each child, in alIowances has been Stated OffinCt ,of„those Part'y a (rPn'j„.» j rs aHowanceswiil ''or':ed out sca'e now being

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 22 August 1914

I ,pLr or the British Expedition ■ I ''fonCe was the chief item the cablegrams that came I nursfkv. Earl Kitchener's I , organiser was striking/y I - j0connection with the trans f rl troops, the outstanding f:i! f iV|iich, it is declared, was I 1 ,,,rr cv and splendid ovgani — J'-y^.-iiibarkation of the troops; i being grim and solemn, j p . no farewells at the piers, i Iof khaki-clad men were I f !c (he docks in the early movn I "I'be vessels with their compJe . j^f'troops slipped quietly away. . l,.contrast to the silent depart fa enthusiastic welcome ac-j ! British troops in France. , accounts show that the re-1 ,r 3 r<,!> cordial to the point of being; / / -j> in?, f°r tfie tr«ops were I't'ulLissed by the French women. / j-% foice will uphold the best of the British arms may be I I'jut certain. It is said to be iv! Kjuipp^ Expeditionary Force ft.'eier been despatched from iJ-M the bio-, broad-shouldered c crested a great impression in / i, Tk farewell messages t...

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

WEDDING. PARKER-HOLMES. "Trevdlvn Was re™!i ireveiiyn, tne home of the brieV ?nnp" tVi Tasruania, onTj; June, the contractin" twtw J'l M0beAl ^0,mes' second son of Vl Mrs Arthur Parker, of Beai»V> >1 .?laidMineAA!r' L1dest daughter ifl and Mis Arthur E. Holmes. TWi who was given away by her fafcf was becomingly attired in a fed cream crepe de chine, with white f-1 trimmings She wore the custo J wreath and veil, and carried a faJ somely bound bible (the gift uj n other grandparents). Misses Lrji Holmes (sister of bride) and Tiitl Foster (cousin) attended as brides^ and were daintily gowned in white sitj trimmed with lace and insertion. T: bridegroom was supported by : Alf. E. Holmes as best man and .V>|i ! any A. Holmes as groomsman Ttfel ceremony was performed by tie mM •W. H. Youlton, of the Mqc §§l Church (formerly of BeaiM). 2 M house had been beautifully de«t: if® for the occasion with lilies, white tor ers, streamers, and greenery, s:i j large wedding bell, whicn conta...

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

AIAYAYStHVi^KF J'.ver sim-e my mui Rtv.i,. , mum lis old I imvo jriv,,, ^ hull Sl,...-|, ■>; Joe Siuplicn-, Warren, X MV i.t matter now lj;i<I iim mi.ick imivie ,, a tew ..uses of Clian.t-. rlani's 'r!" kemedy lie has .-tlNv.-iy, • have reeiMunieinled t hainl.t..,hiili', liemedy to dozens of pei.;.*, | ' U the best remedy for it.hu, w wli,-' WOulii not he witImut it |m|,|„ : house." Sold l.y.1, H.

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