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TUBERCULOSIS BACILLI AND SUNLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

TUBERCULOSIS BACILLI AND SUNLIGHT. Investigations recently completed at ' one"of the State Universities showed ' that the bacilli of tuberculosis will remain alive and virulent outside the body of a living animal for months. : In the droppings of tuberculous cat-1 tie they lived for more than two months ; in butter in cold storage, | for ten months ; and in the tissues j of a dead guinea pig, in water, for I nearly a year. - I i It is evident that a tuberculous J animal, either alive or dead, is a | I menace unless "intelligently handled j | and disposed of. There is one thing,,1 I however, that is certain death to I these devastating and well-nigh in vincible little germs, and that is abundant sunlight, which makes short work of them. Farmers who sneer at scientific agriculture, up-to-date me thods, aoJd. convenient, sanitary buildings as mere fads that cannot 1 profitable be followed by the man who depends upon his farming opera tions for his living, will perhaps be able to Bee, i...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM SEPARATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

THE FARM SEPARATOR. The farm separator has cons to | stay, consequently the conditions b- i der which the machine does its clean est work should be understood. Even temperature and even speed, are imperative if we would do tie best work. Separators should te cheeked occasionally in their wria as to guard against a loss of fat Formerly an average loss of .l-'to •15 fat left in skim-milk was consii- I ered fairly good. At the present tim a loss of over .5 is thought bad. It Pays to watch closely, tbe separator. It must be borne in mint! that a slight loss in skimming reactes a prodigious amount in the course ofa year. There is no machine used on & farm as much as the hand separate'; hence, the importance of securing > good one and keeping it in the W of order. Separate the cream from the aiS'j at a consistency producing appr<®' j mately about ten gallons of cre3fl j from every hundred gallons of rails' Cool the cream immediately after tie separation. Tanks of col...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

WEAKENED BY 'DIARRHOEA. " I had a, bad attack of JDiarrho;a with severe pains, which made ine exceedingly weak," says Mr Archibald King1, Eskdale, N.Z. "I had been suffering in this way for eight or ten days when a friend recom mended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Kemedy, aud I found it gave me immediate relief; in fact, at the end of the iirst day I noticed a wonderful improvement in my self." Sold hy J. R. "Wotherspoon & Co.

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR OR, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. [?] PART 12. CHAPTER XXII. THE PAST REVEALED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE \S JLV, ' — THE CURSE OF THE ULUi DIAMONDS. A r By Hedley Richards, Author of "The Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," etc., etc. PART 12. . CHAPTER XXII. THE PAST REVEALED. The evening sun poured in at the drawing-room windows of The Cot tage. Mrs. Morris was seated a little in ifciie shade with her eyes fixed on Therese, who was looking moodily out of the window. They had dined, or, rather, they had made a pretence of it, neither of them having had any, appetite. Since they had entered the drawing room perfect silence had reigned—the girl absorbed in her thoughts and the older woman studying her atten tively . "Therese, shut both the "windows." Her words were spoken in a quick, commanding tone, and the girl look -ed up with a start. "Wihiy should I shut them ?• The night is very hot," she answered. "Shut the windows !" Something in her grandmother's tone made- Therese do as she was told ; then Mrs. Morris moved her chair close to her granddaughter'...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

MINING NEWS. — —6- ;— Following tbe closing of the stock exchange owing to the war, the directors of mining com panies find that in consequence, as calls cannot be made to keep call-paying mines on a working footing, the only alternative is to close down until the stock exchange re-opens. The directors of th'ff Beaufort Deep Leads, however, have decided to approach the men next Tuesday morning, with a view to arranging with them the working of the mine on tribute as a means of' keeping them in employment, as they, find, that unless they adopt this course the mine will be closed for the present and the-men thrown out of work. The manager of the Hope (Mr T. Derrick) reports North-west branch reef drive extended 44ft. ; total, 80ft. : good shooting country. North off west reef drive extended 37ft; total, 90ft; 3 ft. of nice wash, payable. South off west reef drive extended 22 feet; total, 75 feet; prospects poor ; stopped and opened west off same and driven 27 feet; 3 feet of rotfgh bl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

B&D>& -T THJNK IT POSSIBLE. "I didn't think it possible that such a wonderful medifcine as Cham berlain's Cough Remedy could be purchased at suoh a low price, says Mr J. Burgis, Stanley, Vic. "I was attacked with severe pains isn the chest with difficult breathing, but nothing I took relieved the cold. Having Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy in stock I thought I would give it a trial and got relief at once. I five .it to my children and think so ighly of .it that I would not be without a bolfctle on band. Sold by Jx R. Woherspoon and Co. TENDERS will be received on or be fore Saturday, 26th September, 1914, for the right to graze on the under mentioned land from the 1st October, 1914, to 30th September, 1915. The fee for above period and fee for. licence must accompany each tendor. Tender forms and full particulars may be obtained at the local Land Office. Lot 5 (Block 7983).—300 acres, the Mount Emu" recreation reserve, allot ments 74 and 83, parish of Lillirie. HARRY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

_ RHEUMATISM. " I liail rheumatism and suffered so iHiich that I could not sleep," says Mr B. Uowe, Cornwall, Tas. "After three years of suffering a friend recommended me to try Chamberlain's Pain lialm, and before use iug half a bottle I was wonder!ally relieved. Two bottles retfioved all pains,'"and now I am quite myself again." Sold by J. K. Wotliersi'oo'n and C'o.

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CHAPTER XXIV. A TERRIBLE PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

CHAPTER XXIV. A TERRIBLE PUNISHMENT. Therese lifted the bedclothes and searched carefully for the. paper, then she felt between the bed and the mattress, she examined the drawers, finally she was forced to the conclu sion that in her disturbed state her grandmother had hidden . it in the bureau, but she-dare not linger, as she heard Eliza coming upstairs. "Your breakfast, is ready, miss. Cook's just gone upstairs to get a paper the mistress gave her last night," said the girl. "A paper my grandmother gave her ?" Just.then Phoebe appeared, hold ing in her hand a long parchment envelope. "Yes, Miss Therese, your grand mother came to the kitchen just be fore we went to bed last night, and she says,. 'Phoebe, you've lived with me a long time and I know I can trust you, so I'm going to give this into your care ;' and she hands me the envelope. Then she went on. 'I've an idea I shall die suddenly, and I want you to promise me that when I am dead you will open this enve lope and follow the...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 31ST AUGUST, 1914. STATUTORY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL, Monday, 31st August, 1914. STATUTORY MEETING. Present—Crs. Roddis (chairman), Stewart, Halpin, Trengove, Lewis, Hannah, and Sinclair. The secretary reported that Crs. Sinclair, Roddis, and Stewart had been returned at the annual elections for the North, East, and West Ridings respec tively, and had taken the neccssary declaration. Cr. Roddis said it seemed rather awkward his having to welcome the newly-elected councillors, being one of them himself. , However, he had much pleasure in welcoming Crs. Sinclair and Stewart. The ratepayers were ^ evi dently well satisfied with their actions, and supposed with his own also, and he was very pleased to see'1 them returned. Cr. Sinclair thanked the chairman for his welcome, and humorously remarked that when Cr. Roddis came into the council he had kicked over the traces a bit, but had now come into the charmed circle. (Laughter). He was very pleased at his majority, as it showed that his actions were approved of by the maj...

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CHAPTER XXIII. PAYING THE PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

CHAPTER XXIII. PAYING THE PENALTY. "You must be mad.! Why should I pay the penalty when you went scot free ?" exclaimed Therese, angrily. - "Listen, Therese ! My crime was not as" bad as yours. I struck in pas sion and fierce indignation ; you kill ed a man. deliberately and of set purpose.". "Yes, and I would do it again," said the girl.-"You don't know all. He had promised .to make me his wife, and" she added, then stop ped, abruptly. "I know and suspect a great deal, and I blame myself for not looking after you better. You have the hot, fierce blood of my race, mine was like water to yours. But there is an other and a great difference, which i makes it incumbent that the truth ! should he known. My crime was never laid on any one else. The po lice were baffled, save the man Short, but he could, not get beyond suspi- j cion ; but Jack Carvill has been tried and condemned for what you did, or I should not have spoken. Therese, you cannot let an innocent man suffer for what you have...

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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1st, 1914. (BeforeMessrs E.W. Hutches and D. F. Troy, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1st, 1914. (BeforeMessrs E.W. Hutches and D. F. Troy, J's.P.) DEBT. Mr Youngy for the complainants, withdrew two debt cases, which hud been settled out of court. E. Schlicht v. Michael J- O'Brien, claiming: £2 5/10 for good3 sold and delivered. Mr S. Young appeared . for complainant. Win. P. Schlicht, manager for complainant, grave formal evidence of indebtedness. An order was given for the amount claimed with 15/6 costs. J. R. Wotherspoon & Co. v. Wm. Praser, claim ins £i 14/1 owing for goods sold and delivered. Mr S. Young appeared for complainant. Alfred J, Saph, accountant for the complainant -firm, ' gave formal evidence. An order was given for the amount claimed with 15/6 costs. A BLACK EYE AND A BLACKTHORN. George Geoghegan charged Wm. Jaensch with unlawfully assaulting him at Trawalla on 26th ult. Mr Young appeared for defendant, who pleaded guilty. George Geoghegan gave evidence to the effect that on the date in question he ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

ifej ftis Season at Trawalla Farm. Surrounding District, the pur | I^ING-'S PR1BB' fefRIDE U a blight bay. white face, two j foaled 25th October. 1909 ; bred ] :f ,'tfr, Esq., of Waubra. He was only ex- I »d gained first prize at Beaufort Sets a quiet and xcliablfi worker, ^taself a sure foal-getter. . l^PHDE'S sire. Ever lasting King,, unp. VJ'-SXXI.. C.S.B., was only exhibited £n^ sained first honors in "\B Iv^-fliKtls-spring show on February 2nd. also gained several prizes in Victoria Grand sire, Everlasting £ain«l the following prizes. L^fj^SBpionat the Highland ana AS15" of Scotland, in 19U1. as a yearling, champion at the H. and A. at Aberdeen, in 1902, as a 2 jr^;' lre sase honors at the H. and A., *"■ 1st:?19®-a a 3->-ear old ; and again in firBt at Kilmarnock and Ayr, k^-^arded the male championship ana - I'l"1-i-atrSi' Slre, Baron's Pride <9122, S^.r^ t..e best breeding horse in Scotland at ; andhe was awarded numerous ifc." a Somgster in 1894 he gained first...

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MIDDLE [?]REEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

:L,essther was very promising on L 23rd alt. Unfortunately, before P>ftbemad tamed to the south. Wmtofraia was registered. fiwFCDtfiusiastie meeting-, convened rf'Middle Creek branch of the Ivi wss held in the Middle Creek Tuesday, 25th alt., to decide ; s of raising funds to supple-, ,je patriotic War Funds. Mr ' -3 xss appointed as chairman andl ffn^ard to the-combined position irer and secretary. The chair m fr explained why the meeting I He couM see by the good fa e that the people of the dis-f , ccof^nised their grave responsi-1 h.tftl) regard to the war. Mr I (Buangor) suggested that / underclothes and socks should lr:k gt once and sent to the front I f.-sasspossible. Our boys, he con- / fyrii!leave an Australian winter/ u't&ich severer European winter. I !:' veiled that sewing centres .'fjj'ce started at once. Mr del ■''& Wj?ed those present to alii fy,kit eve r so little, to the fund. I Isfiifed it was everybody's duty f fei ia some way. As far as be / 5 f...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5,J.914. The rainfall at Beaufort for August, as registered by Mr J. McKeich, was 48 points, against 356 points for the same month last year. For the eight months 8.76 inches has been recorded, compared with 17.23 inches for the same months last year. An extraordinary election of a coun cillor for the East Riding of the Shire of Ripon, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Cr. P. Russell, takes place on Thursday next, 10th inst. The candidates are Messrs J. L. Carstairs and J. A. Dawson. The polling places are at the Court Houses at Snake Valley and Skipton. Driving into the patriotic concert held at Skipton on Friday evening, 28th ult., a buggy driven by Alex. Rowe collided with a buggy driven by his two brothers, William and John Rowe. Alex. Rowe was badly bruised. He was attended to by Dr. Daniels. If you want to buy seeds that will grow. Buy them at Pringle's, you know, • , The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 September 1914

s ft H MW? m Wi THE BALANCE OF OUR "WILL BE CLEARED AT li) DURING STOCKTAKING. Men's and Boys' Overcoats, Oil Coats, W.P. Coats, Sweaters, etc., Will be Sacrificed to make room for NEW SEASON'S GOODS. Ke)v, SPECIAL SALS PRICES FOR White and Gray Blankets, Eider and Java Down INSPECTION INVITED. G. H 66 The Store for Good V-alue-s, 99 B ^elepliorie 12. ■: s. m. ssi CHEMIST _A BED T I ST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris' Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris' Teething «& Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NOVEMBER 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 30 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. J, w 1® p I iJfi ffi I CHEMIST & BEITIST, For Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction HAVELOGK STREET, mi 4=s^ {Commonwealth Bank of Bust HEAD ©FF!OB SVOMEV This Bank is open for all classes ot ©EPdEKAfa BAFJKSM© Dt9S8C>3EG3 POST OFFICE BUBt.ODnJSSj S...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

Religious Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 1914. f Church of England.— Beaufort,-8 ! (H.C.) and 7; Raglan, 11; Trawalla, 3— j Rev. W. B. Jessop. Beaufort, 11—Mr E. J. Muntz. Shirley, 3; Main Lead, 7 —Mr D. Jackson. , j Presbyterian Church.—Maiq Lead, i 11; Middle Creek, 2.30; Beaufort, 7— j Rev. A. J. Stewart. Beaufor,t, 11; Ray;- I lan, 3; Chute, 7—Mr Neil McDonald, j Methodist Church.—Beaufort, n and 7; Waterloo, 3—Rev.'W. H. Chap* ' man. Raglan, 3—Mr G. Boyd. Raglan, 7—Mr C. Waldron.' Chute, 3; Waterloo, j 7—Mr L. Waldron. •

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

QOeQOGQO€XDOOQQOQQOOOOOm$ § mmiFfe .. .1, § : ■ WHICH POINT TO ONE CONCLUSION. Fact No. 1 Fact INo. 2 You may trust us to do your Out fitting. "WE- EI-AWE' IsTQ EXPESSE .at all jn, owv Tailoring Department.*^ r "WE GJ^JEtJRTZ Into DEAB;,:STQQB:. Fact INo. 3— "WE A T ,T ,(~TW~ the Big Woollen Merchant and .WHOLESALiC TAILOR to hold the Stock arid simply carry their samples, representing an immense Variety of Cloths. We just lake the Measures—they dotlie i est. J ■ Pact INo. -4 You must never expect to get £i value for 20/ spent with the City Tailor's Travelling Representative, as he wastes nearly half in expenses—hotel, travelling, salary, incidentals, etc. Why not pocket this amount yourself? 7 iTOU IDO TIECIS . WJEiiEiJU. YOU^ OBDSR STTIT ; 'FP.OM TJi3. New Season's' Pattern Books just to hand, comprising a splendid range of Tweeds, fcara which to make a Selection. Suits to Order from 35s to 90s. Style and Fit Guaranteed. ~s7s7~Bl •• OOJSTIPIID XInT^VXTE xasrsiFJEaTioiN'.; 0 o suti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

"UNSEED COMPOUND'. The "Stockport Remedy,' for Coughs and Colds. Of 40 years' proven efficacy. FOR SALE, a Pony GIG and Double seated WAGGONETTEl Apply P. W. EDWARD, Beaufort. MR. G. H. JAENSCH and Family re turn to the citizens of Beaufort anddistrict their heartfelt thanks for the hearty good wishes and kindnesses ex tended to their boy on his departure for active service. Words are totally inade quate to express their feelings. They especially thank the Oddfellows' Lodge for the presentation made on behalf of the brethren, the Beaufort Town Band, the speakers, and secretaries of the movement. OF, 2E2.IIPOW. EAST RIDING. DECLARATION OF RESULT OF POLL AT EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. I HEREBY give notice that at a Poll held before me this 10th day of Sep tember, 1914, for the Election of One Councilior for the East Riding of the Shire of Ripon, thefollowingv^otes were recorded:— JAMES LESLIE CARSTAIRS ...183 JOHN ALEXANDER DAWSON... 122 Majorty for Carstairs—61. I tfierefore declare'the ...

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SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

SHIRE ELECTION. The extraordinary election of a coun cillor for the East Riding of the Shire of Ripon, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Cr. P. Russell on his leaving Carngham for active service in the war, took place on Thursday. The candidates were Mr J. L. Carstairs, of Carngham, and Mr J. A. Dawson, of Snake Valley. The former polled 183 votes, and the latter 122 ; Mr Carstairs being thus elected by a majority of 61. Appended are details:— Carstairs, Dawson. Skipton... 19 ... 18 Snake Valley ... 138 ... 99 Postal .. 26 ... 5 Totals... ... 183 .. 122 Majority for Carstairs—61. Cr. L. Lewis, the returning officer, having announced the result of the poll, and declared Mr Carstairs duly elected, Cr. Carstairs thanked them for his return. He looked upon the seat as Mr Russell's, and would endeavour to fully look after their interests as Mr Russeil would have done. He hoped that very shortly Mr Russell would be back, and he could resign in his favor. He hoped also that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 September 1914

j TlIHOAT AiVPECWONS an 1> HOARSKNKSS.— I A[1 suttering from irritation of the tlnont and i hoarseness will I;o surecnbly surprised ;it tlio almost immediate reliot'aliorded by the us6 of I li Brown's Bronehial Trollies." Those famous i " lozenges" are now sold .by most respe<;tuiil« j chemists in this country. Pooyle troubled | with ,n-'• hacking cough," a ''slight unf«l," | or bronchial ailoetions, cannot try fUem I too soon, n« similar troubles, it' it'lowml ! to nvopTess, result in serious Pnlmon»rv mid j Asfiimafie Affections." >'fle that tint signali>re [of John I. Bnows to Sos U on hvbvv wrap. | per. Prepared l>v John I. Bkovn & Son, j IJoston, U.>.A.,.* Iiunn"'n»f Depot,;lo, Ftu'iit'i' ! don JIojiiI, Loniici:, JinsrJautl. ... , : from ftjiyy.?)jch iliseafift as • ■ lECifitt, SCBOFIlfer&D LEGS, ABSCESSES, ULCERS, GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, BOILS, DIMP LES, SORES OF ANY KIND, PILES, BLOOD POISON, RHEU MATISM, GOUT,&c., don't waste y...

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