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THE ART OF MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

THE ART OF MILKING. The art of milking is considered as being on a level with pumping water, or any other simple work, and yet there are many, points needed to stamp a man as a good milker. Too many children are allowed to attend to this important work and many chronic troubles of cheese and the cheese factory originate right here. A good experienced milker can soon tell if there is something wrong with the udder and milk, and will not al I low such milk to be delivered to the factory, but. wfcat can you expect of a child ? Cleanliness is absolutely I necessary to success in the factory. I Everybody knows this and yet 5011 1 can notice cows being milked that have udders covered with dirt, main ly caused by the swamp-like condi tion of some of the barnyards. I Do the milk utensils always get I proper care ? Are they properly wash ed with hot water, and kept in pro per places ? Are they used exclusively for their purpose alone ? I think not, or else the collection of things of all var...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LABOR SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

LABOR SOCIAL. V A conference of delegates from the branches oV *'the P.L.C. in 'Corasiga rajte was held at Beaulort on Satur>. day. A • public meeting, which was attended - by over 100 persons,: tonic place in the Societies Hall at night at which the delegates were enier. tainecl. The 'hall and supper tables were artistically decorated and a dainty repast was provided by Mr J. T. Glover. The motto, "urgan ised Labor, the hope of the world, • occupied a prominent position. Har mony was conitTibu'ted by Mr Crick, and a recitation was given by Miss Mulligan. Miss Wright and Mr Brown presided" at the piano. Mr H. Mi Stuart (president Beaufort P.L.C.) a"ted as chairman, and the secretarial duties were capably dis nhargei by Mr J. A. Jaensch and Miss Pearl ChibnaJl. ." Mr H. M. Stuart, in proposing; the toast of the "King," made reference to the present bellicose state of affairs in Europe, and emphasised the un doubted loyalty of the people of the British dominions who were prepared t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXI. POOR PAT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

CHAPTER XXI. POOR PAT. It was the final day of the trial of John Carvill; the evidence had told terribly against him. His counsel had fought hard for a favourable verdict, but when the jury, left the court even the most sanguine feared the verdict would go against him. As for Jack, the confinement and the suspense of the last two days had told upon him, but in spite of that he looked a noble fellow as he entered the dock when the jury had filed into their places. In another moment the foreman had spoken. The verdict was guilty, with a recommendation to mercy, as the prisoner had received great pro vocation. "I will see that your recommenda tion is forwarded to the Home Sec retary, but I do not see how he can act upon it. The murder was not done in the heat of passion, but was .deliberately planned, sand the de ceased was lured to his doom, under the pretext that he was required pro fessionally," said the judge, who then proceeded to pass sentence. A minute or two later Jack disap pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

waPiDS rr oFi-'. "L'nlil I was recommended to try Chamuerlain's Cou^li Remedy I .suffered continuously with colds on the chest,," writes Miss M. Flanagan, "Carterniiii," Wnrd Street, Ivalijoorlie, W.A. "Now when f notice the'slightest sign of a cold r take a couple of doses of Chamberlain's' Gondii Remedy and the cold is-warded off." Sold l>y J. K. Wotherspoon & Co.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 11. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

THE CURSE OF THE BLUE I Bmmms. j • 1 9 By Hedley Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," etc., etc. PART 11. CHAPTER XX.—(Continued.) "Innocent ? I should think he is ! I think the jury a parcel of noodles to find such a verdict. They heed only have looked at him to see that he was innocent of such a thing. I have been longing to come and com fort you," he said ; and his voice was so very tender that Meg sudden ly remembered he. was holding her hands, and withdrew them, blushing violently at the same time. "I. only wish I'd been here that afternoon ; there'd have been two of ub use violent language. Though he's dead, I could not help using, hard words about the fellow ; and if I'd heard him daring to make love to you when he was engaged to poor Pat, I'd have knocked him down, if I hadn't done worse," Laurie said, with energy. "Then I'm glad you weren't here, because they might have suspected you as well as Jack," she said, in a low tone. "Would it have tro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

C333S3 cir"jy =J. da p i b p c j- 4 r MW I o ' THE BALANCE OF OUR WILL BE CLEARED AT DURING STOCKTAKING. Men's and Bays' Overcoats, Oil Coats, W.P. €oats, Sweaters, etc., Will be Sacrificed to make room for NEW SEASON'S GOODS. KcX, SPECIAL SALE PRICES FOR White aad Gray Blankets. Eider and JaYa Dowi Quilts.. INSPECTION INYITED. G, 46 The Store for .Good: Valines fe A 3J ir3 3CZZZZZZZZ3E Telephone 12. w. umu llrti its m m f CHEMIST t^DEITI ST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES Harris' Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris* Teething & Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after HOYEMBER 1st., *12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.3® p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays, io a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. CHEi IT, For Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction HAVELOGK STREET, Commonwealth HEAD ©FFS©E Bank.ofBusStaiia This Bank io opes lor all classes of ©EMEElAto BACJColTJ© D(L5G0I?JGGC) POST OFPiOE DUBB-03KKSG,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

^'^vrKSE l'"OK CHILDt EN. soothing: Syrup -' for Should always be -„:,i 1« J wliile Teething. It >,"5 M, Softens the Gums, * i- tl". Wind Colic and is hvi;1"1 ;Un,.,1v for Diarrhea. Direc Vp.^ri W.Nsunv's Sooxn :1 child under one month -• three months old, half IE!'111 r'Tjv- months old and up ' "„fiil three or four tunes a 'Vs i repeat the above t'nr Dl^01„rV until the character fortl.el.eUer, y. £ferj"liere' MCT1CAL prescription against stomach acidity. of:lif -Slow:: dl ^ special | fial if tlii-'ac-id coriiHtion is ailowpd ' tlie;u''1' >* v,!r.r likely" t«,.veat "ail* |>rm|iice s£<iin. ^oroaiififlr. sillier of which way ^.sniilh'j!l mimical ojieration neees *''m in nmii'i I iff. Therefore an v^inscii' i" m ii»)i;;i'ron< <-on ^ssij simnlil !•(•. ir-.-ucd st>rioudly. " t^lr in lake jicfisin and irnnwcli tablets. Tlie excess k ni'iitrali.-di l«r (he adminis - ^ttmefliiwiit antacid. For llii-j 1 lj/n^'ims nearly always recoin " It teu>|...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 1914... There was a clean charge-sheet at tho Beauiort OPolico Court on Tuesday The statutory and ordinary meetings of the Riponshire Council will be held on Monday. Mr MARCHANT, Consulting Optician, of Geelong, will visit Beaufort on Fri day, September 11th (9.30 till "5), and may be consulted at Welsh's Hotel. At the Ballarat and District Kennel Club's show on Tuesday, Mr W. I. Hal pin, of Beaufort, was third in the open section for collie bitches, second for Au3tralian-bred bitch, and aeconi for limit bitch. Mr R. A. D. Sinclair was third for Australian-bred collie dog, and t third for limit dog. 'LINSEED COMPOUND.' for Cougha and Colds. Loosens phlegm, allays irritation. Mr Herman Jaensch, of Warrackna beah(son of Mr and Mrs 6. Jaensch, of Beaufort), has volunteered and been accepted as a member of the Australian Expeditionary Force. Since our last issue Messrs T. Grace and J. Adams, of Beaufort, failed to pass the medical t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

IN MEMORIAM. SMITH.—In loving memory of my deaf father,'who died at Waterloo, 22nd August, 1908; also my dear mother, who died 29th August, 1908. Though death divides, fond memory clings. —Inserted by their loving daughter, Grace O.'Loughlan, Eurambeen. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

Raglan public hall" - a pa r sonage pete, in connection with the Methodist Church, will be opened on wednesday, September 2<id, at 3-30 p.m., by Cr. w. Trengove. Admission, 6d. Also open on thurs Day evening. ; BEAUFORT BRANCH, BRITISH RED CROSS SOCIETY. 4' public meeting will be held on tuesday, 1st September, in the shire hall, at 8 p.m., to re-; ceive Report of. Collection and other business. jean Mc^arlane, j- Joint 1 mildred acton, ] Hon. Sees. CQ.000COGOOOOOOOCOCOOOGQ@< .0 o o o o o o o 0 o o o o Q & o o o o o o 'O o o o o o WHICH POINT TO : : t ONE CONCLUSION. Pact INo. 1~ V ;; . •• - You may trust us lo do your Out fitting. "WE ,UO; EXPENSE ai all in our Taiiaring Department : ? Fact INo. 2~ "WE 35TO :cJe j±r> Pact iNo. 3-—ii "WE. ,-A^T iT iQ.^W the Big Woollen Merchant and . "V^IEELO f >"FiS A-DQjE T^IOLOIR, lo hold I he Slock and simply carry their samples, representing an immense Variety of Cloths. We just take the Measures-they do the ...

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WAR IN EUROPE [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

WAR IN EUROPE Reports received in Paris respecting the fighting between the Germans. an<l the Allies sta'e that on Saturday and Sunday the British trdops bore the brunt of six attacks, all of which were repulsed. There were piles of German corpses near Mons. Retugees from the scene of the.rccent sanguinary fighting state that 150,000 of the best.German troops were brought against the British. The Germans dis regarded life. Stringent orders had ap parently been given to forfeit if neces sary 50 per cent, of the army in order to secure a victory. As one German regiment was driven back its pla'-e was taken by fresh troops. The German artillery fire was less efficient than that of the British. The British also showed remarkable superiority in the bayonet charges. ■ . The following: are the official cable messages re ceived, by the . Common wpaltii Government from Sir George Reid, the High Commissioner 26th August, 5.10 p.m. Allies waiting German attack on new position. Last t...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

mining news. i c toe return of gold yields for the. Intended30th June issued by the i>'cUryior Mines appears the follow ' S:~2eaufort Deep Leads, 262oz. 4 al. wiued at £101815,'. the total yield •} fete bmg SOoqz. lodwt. Fiery i Dodging have treated 19 acres.] S ete for a yield of 4333oz. lOdwt. ''5 Hope had a yield of 9Uoz. 9dwt., at £3720 6/, the total yield to 'f- being 4c)04oz. 17dwt.; Northern 1 fathoms treated for a quar yield ot llOToz., valued at £4441 toe quantity treated to date bsing J1 'tftoms for a yield of 1909oz. lOdwt; ■" Mniiay, Beaufort, 28oz. 7dwt., "ted at £113 v his total yield to date i&B. 7dwt. of the Hope (Mr T. j4' sportsSouth off reef drive I 'j total, 'r53ft.; 3ft. rougb I If \PaVable. North off reef drive j ; E3™^lft.; total, 53ft.; 4ft. wash; i «le. W 3 rise—One party panell-1 1 ?,i n Woeking. No. 3£ rise—One! Peking and panelling. Opened Sc;We5<'branch reef drive and driven Tct50Q^ Wor^ing country. I v; the Beanlort Deep L^ads iMr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

n'RED THEM liOTH. ^r.ay? use Ciuiuiimrliiin's .Cougli .1:111 wi'tmuneml it to anyone ^ « uulilren,'' says .Mrs JJarrett, S,im' Kata""««5J, W.A. "My. "oree" ami - Sheila,. were & M1'! wuiip: Chamberlain"'? Cou<;h ""'.V medicine that would ;Vl,,ri iIPI' »li«y l>a«t taken JB |'' '.ll'-re vvas mil a trace of croup, a., i'Ilul w without a- liottle of Remedy in my 'y J. li. Wiitlierspoon &■ Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

HUHN OX I»ALM OF HAND. " One night I struck a match ami tlie whole box went oft' in my h«»«l ami 1 had a terrible i iini across the palm," says Mr J. 1\. W'orsley, Margate, Tas "The pain was som-thing awful. I went into the store ami looked for something to re lieve and noticed the word "burns" on the label of Chamberlain's I'ain Halm. I poured the iJalm freely on my hand .and the pain quickly disappeared and I was able to go to sloe]). In the morning f found the skin whole a:nl the burn ([irickly healed without even leavingascaiv' .Sold by J. Ii Wotherspoon&Co.

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OFF TO THE WAR. LOCAL VOLUNTEERS FAREWELLED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

LOC£L VOLUNTEERS FAREWELLED. Six men from Beaufort and district who volunteered and were selected for active service with the Australian Ex peditionary Force were entertained by the residents on Tuesday night and given an enthusiastic send-ofl. A public meet ing and patriotic concert were held in the Societies' Hall, which was pletiti fully embellished with flags. Needless to say the building was crowded to over flowing. Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair acted as chairman. The local volunteers, who were loudly cheered as they entered the building, occupied seats on the platform. They were Messrs D. Robertson (a South African veteran), A. McKenzie. J.Dunn, W. Bailey,'R. Maddern, and W. Anderson. Two or three volunteers from the district were absent. ' The chairman briefly introduced each man to the audience in his usual happy style, md referred to their gallant conduct in ?oing to the front to^ fight for the old nag. Prior to the meeting the Towq I Brass Band, under Bandmaster A. E. Collins (who...

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WEDDING. WILKIE—ALEXANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

WEDDING. WILKIE—ALEXANDER. The marriage of Miss Emily R. Wilkie. third daughter of Mr and Mrs A. Wilkie, of Skipton Park, to Mr Joseph B. | Alexander, second son of Mr and Mrs j Alexander, of Bo-peep, was celebrated | at the residence of the bride's parents j ion Wednesday, 22nd July, in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The Rev. H. T. Hull per formed the ceremony. The "Wedding March " was nicely played by Miss Daisy Alexander, sister of the bridegroom, while the bride entered the drawing room with her father. The bride was gowned in white crepe-de-chene, hand somely trimmed with lace and satin belt and ends and basque effect; the skirt was prettily draped at the side. She also wore a handsomely-worked veil, kindly lent by the bridegroom's sister, also the usual wreath of orange blossom, and she carried a bouquet of | white heath and fern. The bridesmaids, ( Miss Alice Wilkie, sister of the bride, , wore a dainty embroidered voile. trimmed with ■ lace and sati...

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BEAUFORT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

BEAUFORT FIRE BRIGADE. Ex-Captain R. A. D. Sinclair presided over a meeting of 12 ladies and firemen at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night to consider the advisability of postponing the bazaar owing to" the unsettled conditions occasioned by the war. It was pointed out that there was no necessity to have the proposed im provements to the fire station carried out immediately, owing to the summer coming on. It was also considered that the ladies could pack away the material made up and go on working quietly. It was unanimously decided to postpone the bazaar to a date to be fixed, and authorise the secretaries to call a meet ing when they consider the time is favorable, on the motion of Lieut. Day and Fireman Wilson. • It was understood that the ladies and firemen would pack away any goods they had. In closing the meeting, the chairman thanked the ladies for what they had already done and for falling in with the firemen's wishes in postponing the bazaar. He hoped the war would so...

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POLITICAL. CANDIDATURE OF MR. J. C. MANIFOLD, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

political. e""St",R. Mr J. C. MainfoM MM, a small meeting of electors, inctofor . few ladies; at the P.aglan Mechanics' Hull on w ednesday afternoon, atidte. ceived a very attentive bearing., Mr Manifold remarked thatmi^^i the very small meeting they could V , pen?e with a chaitnvan. Dealing vcift j the initiative in referendum, he saidfo, favored it it it was properly safe".] guarded. It should lie safeguarded that it could not be used for lo^l questions. Mr Fisher had not toldthem I how he intended to safeguard it. lruL® could be used for national questions P only, there was no trouble about it | If 30,000 elector?, say in "Western AW-1 tralia, wanted some matter passed th- i was purely of local interest, they ccuVl \ put the National Parliament to a kul \ trouble. If compulsory voting cam I into force it should have provision; {,.1 \ postal voting- Fines had been infe'i 1 I for technical infringements only of ft>! ■ postal voting provisions. The LibenU party, if returned, prop...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 29 August 1914

;.lNSEEI> COMPOUND,' Trade Mark of Ksy'« Compound Kaaeuco ol Linseed, for Coughs «ra

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THE DAIRY. 27 COWS NET OWNER £160 IN ONE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

the dairy. 27 cows NETomJrL.t month. in on* It was recently my pleasure, a81 1 presentative oi the Oklahoma Art.1 cultural College, to supervise ^,1 testing ot five cows in the imerieatl Jersey, Cattle Club's Register olM«.§ it, Nowata County, Oklahoma. This i Jersey herd which, consists otaosuf thirty head of cows and an ^ x number oi calves and yearlings, is|: recognised as one oi thtj best inO%|, iioma. and with its strain ot goo{V producing show animals will doubt very shortly rank wiih.t^f best Jersey farms in America. | At the head o' this herd is Fmatt I cial Countess's Lad, who was grand I champion bull at the 1912 IovraDai^ I Cattle Congress. This v?as t>,;; largest and most strongly contest?} r dairy cattle show ever held in Ansa- I ica. la selecting Financial Countess's I Lad, Mr. Jones obtained aMftatj is not onVj a great show animal, kt I one that is also a prepotent breeder. \ His dam, Financial Countess, dmol i the' greatest Jersey cows ever impor-. r ted, made- 93...

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