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RIPONSHIRE DEPUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

BIPOKSHIK DEPUTATIONS. On Friday, 8th inst., Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair and. Mr E. J. Muntz {shire engineer) visited Melbourne as a depu , tation from the Riponshire Council in regard to various matters with very satisfactory results. The. Railway Department agreed to join with the council in re-constructing a drain and culvert crossing the Waterloo road near Mr O'Callaghan's residence, as a good deal of the drain age came from the department's pro perty. The council recently decided to make the standard measurement of dry wood 80ft. to the ton, but the Public Works Department considered this too heavy and recommended 60ft. to the ton. They have now promised to send up their inspector, Mr Clarke, in a fortnight. The inspector , will take the dry wood required from: the. railway station and settle the question by putting it over the weighbridge. In regard to extensions of the Beau fort State school building to provide more accommodation, the Education rDepartment stated that the matter wa...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

J1S. H. SOBERTSOH,' PLUMBER, TINSMITH, AND GAS FITTER, Wishes to intimate that he 1ms "ii hand a large suwk of Tanks, Spouting, Ridging, and Down-pipe, Water pipes, and : Fittings, Gas, Steam and Water Taps, And every Requisite necessary for the trade. Agent for various makes of WIND MILLS nd STOVES. A lai j>. and varied country experience. NEILL STREET (opposite Bank of Victoria. THE0. I. SCHLICHT, Auctioneer, Stock and Station and Financial Agent, BEAUFORT_& StQPTOH. AGENT FOR— Geo. Hagub & Co.;, Geelong; James Bull & Co., Wheat Buyers, Melbourne; Federal Manures Co., International Harvester Co. of Australia ; York shire Insurance Co. 'Phone 9. Wo HAlURENs, AUCTIONEER. HOUSE, LAND, STOCK, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT & VALUATOR. Rerits Collected. Loans negotiated. Highest Cash Price for all kinds of Produce. Agent for South British In surance Co., Mount Lyell, Manures, and Alfred J. Spalding, Lime Manufacturer, Lara. Tarpaulins, Horse Rugs, Tents, et...

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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Ballarat. Thursday. Hay continues in strong demand, and the price is. firm. Potatoes are plenti ful, and the market weak. Thebottom has fallen out of the onion market, and prices receded fully' £2 per ton. The previous high rates were ascribed to a shortage of supplies, but . were appar ently the result of speculators, as the market is now fully supplied. Wheat, 5/ for small parcels. Oats—Best milling. 3/ to 3/1; feed, 2/10 to 3/. Peas—Hand threshed;- 6/; feed sorts, 5/6. Barley— Prime malting, 3/9 to 3/10 for best Eng lish malting; 3/3 to 3/6 for good ; Cape, up to 3/. Potatoes, from £3 to £4, ac cording to variety and quality, and suita bility for shipping. Hay—Prime green chaffing, £4 5/; manger hay, £4 7/6 for choice. Straw, 35/to £2. Bran, £615/. Pollard, £7. Flour, £11. Butter—Prime factory prints, 1/; lump, lijdto 1/; se parator, lOd; dairy, 8d. Eggs, 8d to 8a. Bacon—Sides, lid; middles, 1/; hams, V. Lard. 8$d. Cheese, 8£d. Onions, £11 to £1110/.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

Beaufort deep leads g.m. co. No Liability, Beaufort.—The Post poned Sale of Shares, forfeited for non payment of the 13th Call of Twopence (2d)'per Share, will positively take place at the Mining Exchange, Ballarat, on Tuesday, 22na September, 1914, at 12.30 o'clock p.m., unless previously redeemed. A. J. PEACOCK, Manager. Lydiard street norths Ballarat. TTOPE EXTENDED G.M. CO., No Jul. Liability, Trawalla.—The Post poned Sale of Shares, forfeited for non payment of the 18th Call of Twopence (2a) per Share, will positively take place at the Mining Exchange, Ballarat, on Tuesday, 22na September, 1914, at 12.30 o'clock p.m., unless previously redeemed. A. J. PEACOCK, Manager. Lydiard street north, Ballarat. ARARAT'A. P.j&JI. SOCIETY."' SPRING exhibition of Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry, Farm and Dairy Produce,, Agricultural Machin ery, Implements, etc., to be held at the Society's Yards, Queen Street, Ararat, on WEDNESDAY, oct. 7th', 1914. Splendid Prize List. Entries ...

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BEAUFORT THISTLE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

Eight. mcir.beu of the Beaubt Thistle Club ^r.iuov attended'J meeting at the .Mechanics' Instituteu> Wednesday t>i»ht; MrH. Roberts^, (chief) presiding. A letter was from the Scottish Union, congratulate the club on their grar.d corAribution.u, the patriotic iund. • From the L^, Mayor, Melbourne, pAnowledgW nation o£ £1010/ to the patrk.t:.c fur. Shirs Pmsidext Ciimcssi:i>. , The Chief stiul they would netics sr! the minutes o? last meeting \het ^ secretary had been instructed to \<\. phone to the president of the shirs arj ask him to call a public meefeg toioiral a local VrancU ot the Lord patriotic fund. Before he ted 'phone three of them saw the lu here, and he seemed to take a {^.j able view and be prepared to caihV : meeting. He decided to telephone ^ them next day asto-wVwK*— - • J j)Sf take. 'He wished to inform tte n ing that the president did not tel pr in at all. The matter of ca..,„. l.J.. ; meeting was hung up while the s*crt"' Itary telephoned for th...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

MINING NWW5. MHI I ■■ ■■■, Q-n ■ ■■ It is understood that the men at the Beaufort Deep Leads have declined to jwork the mine on the tribute system j till the re-opening of the stock exchanges. During the past month the Beaufort Deep Leads have had four parties oper ating in wash, and the yield of 240 oz. is a highly satisfactory one. The Hope yield of 130 oz. represents two weeks' work, and it is about up to the average. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports North-west branch reef drive extended48ft.; total, 177ft.; good work ing country. North off west branch reef drive extended 48ft. ; total, 182ft.; 3ft. wash, payable. South off west branch reef drive extended 43ft.; total, 141ft.; 2ft. 6in. rough wash, payable. No. 3 rise—One party panelling. No. 3J rise —One party blocking. Yield, 130oz. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads, reports Main east level—Cross cutting and blocking in Nos. 1 and 2 rises, with payable returns. Yield for month, 240 oz., from four par...

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SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. APPLICATION TO WHOLE STATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY-. ■ APPLICATION TfMVHOLE STAT- ^ ^ After 1st January, ffldj-f Saturday half-holiday proviso j will apply t0 the whole State, & j Legislative Council having p^. the clause in the Factories & authorising this change. AtF sent shops in the metropolis area are required by Statute tf f close at 1 p.m. on Saturday, & certain country towns hare w regulations passed by the Gorf, nor in Council fixing the half-holiday on the same aft*1' l r noon. Under the clause contains f > the Factories Bill-whichh#£ ready been agreed to o)'t Legislative Assembly ~/ throughout the State hustf'f t - - - " • ' - - hat i;;; ( 1jiffiftF district to petition for afternoon in the week. ,.j at 1 p.m. on Saturday; ^f right is reserved to any ^ i thought that seaside and resorts and border towns,' ^ have to compete with ff. another State, will ararf.J' era, tobacconists, ^ 3 others) are exempt,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

QOOOOOCOOOO COGOCOOOGOOCO© o ■ ■ «eaa»e«w—t»»t lift FA WHICH POINT TO OWE CONCLUSION Fact No.'., 1~ You may ti'ust us lo do your 0» di luting. "WE K HAVE ^I$r^.:pZE:^EJ5r3!Bf at all in j>ur Tailoring Department. '1 ' * Pact No. WE CARRY 3STO" IDJO-AJD STOCK. Pact No. d Fact No« 4 *WE A'T.T.O'W the Big Woollen Merchant and WHOLESALE' TAILOR to hold the Stock and simply carry their samples, representing an immense Variety of Cloths: We just take the Measures—they do the i est. You must never expect to get £t value for 20/ spent with the City r Tailor's Travelling Representative, as he wastes nearly half in expenses—hotel, travelling, salary, incidentals, etc. Why not pocket this amount yourself? 2*rOU" IDO TUTS •WHEH TOTJ ORDER A STJX'T ^ FROM XJS. Kew Season's Pattern Books just to hand, comprising a splendid range of Tweaks- *rom which to make a Selection. . Suits to Order from 35s to 90s. Style and Fit Guaranteed. -WE OOITEXXDEIsrTL"Sr IHVITE : USTSPEOTIOK ^@@®'®e0OOOOOOOGOOOOOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

Lj. m i xj (S. U] a . C~3 r\n foe the CT3 till Ln_ with a lovely lot OF C j iPRING blouses HD costumes; All the latest Creations of Fashion are Blooming Luxuriously with us now. BUY NOW AMD GET FIRST PICK. The. Noted House for Uniform cXsX Good. Value. KeX* G. H. C L lilav<2flCDCfk AUFORT, 3PHO¥E, 22. imL f. fflf HI mi \¥m\ O U'T U IRli U'l Li U p C H E ffl K T ^ 4_H-I T I S T. 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.; d.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. F W Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction ft is open for »U clatisa o! ®EC3 ERALj BAP3K8KK3 DiySlCJEOS' ft* OFPiOE □yBS»©IC3(20i) GtoirS £j 6.^(3laP"C3 QfcQi# Oolbourno, Gydraoy, C3oc?eaoa!Oi Dc-ofcan Mill, ©abtjo* ©an&orra, A<3©« ^ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

\mdjTTSiv max of me. .farsome time I suffered with liver bilionsucss,says Mr J. H. rfy'm Constable, Hovelock, N.Z. I I uxmkl be quite dizzy, and j jifcardiy !1(w to down the lwnlee & Go. advised me to try £j#jain's Tablets, M'liieh I did. Pre v ir Iliad trial nearly everything and firstly say that Chamberlain's Tab j ^5-ere the only medicine that did roe ^r-'d and tliey have made a new man j^« Sold by J. 11. Wotherspoon & Co. j— ■ * • I ijtfieBaUarat sheep show on Thurs j*0 inst., the following district i'jj were made for merinos .—Ram, I tears old—P. Russell, Mawallok, S$j Bam, over H years and under J^vj-Admiral Bridges, Trawalla, 1. |?1 cs^r li years—P. Russell, 3; D. h%fft,-Woni?M, Skiptoo, 4. Ram over 2J^years-rP. Rus 1: Admiral Bridges; 2; Mawallok, 4. Ram (grass acder li years—P. Russell, jHsi»,l;F. S. Austin. Mt. Wid i^Skipton, 2; P. Russell, Mawal j£j Pen of three rams (grass fed -VJ.orer and under 2$ years—P. i~4 Cameham, 1: F S. Austin, 2: jiis! Bridges, 3...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. "SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER '19. 1914. i "Mr" Chas. Loft, of Chute, has been appointed a justice of the peaces for the southern and western bailiwicks. In stock—Spouting, liidging, and Down Pipe, Rooting Iron, Baths, Sinks, Cowls, Flour IUns, " Alby" Carbide.—J As. H. Robertson, Neill Street, opposite Bank of Victoria.—[Advt.] /■ Under the conductorship of Bandmaster A. E. Collins, the BeaufortTown Band played an excellent programme of music from the rotunda on Sunday afternoon. A' collection was taken up in aid of the Rfed Cross fund. For Cast Shares, all makes, Plow. Chains, Harness, American Plows, Seed Drills, and up-to-date Implements, you should try Hawkes Bros., The Iron mongers, Beaufort. ~ The Adelaide express arrived at the Beaufort station over half-ari-hour late on Monday night, and was further de layed whilst the engine of a goods train was attached to it. It is stated that the boiler tubes of the express engine caused a stoppage* and the trai...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

Religious Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1914. j Methodist Church.—Beaufort, 11; Chute)'3; Raglan, 7—Rev. W. H. Chap- • man. Main Lead, 3; Beaufort, 7—Mr ■ L. Waldron, Raglan, 3; Chute, 7—Mr j J. Stringer. Presbyterian Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7; Waterloo, 3—Rev- J. A. Taylor. Lexton, 11: Raglan, 3; Waterloo, 7— Mr N.. McDonald.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

WEAKENED BY 'DIARRHOEA. " I had a bail attack of Diarrhcea with, seycre pains, which made mo exceedingly weak,".Hays Mr Archibald King, Eskdalo, N.Z. " I had been suffering in this way for eight or'ten days when a friend-recom mended Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhisa Remedy, and r found it gave me immediate relief; !u fact, at the end of the lirst day I notice*! a wonderful improvement in my self." Sold,by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co.

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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J's P., presided over the Beaufort Police Court on Tuesday. G. Pringle applied for a garnishee order against J. McDougall and E. Dawson (gar nishee), and obtained an order absolute or distress for £418/8, I with £1 3/6 costs. Mr S. Young, appeared for complainant. In the debt case of Wm. Dickman v. Thos. Johns, Mr Young, for complainant, said there had been no notice of defence. The bench gave a verdict in complainant's favor for £5 14/8 with 15/6 costs. Constable Evans proceeded against H. J. Seager for neglect-, ing to have his child vaccinated, the case having been previously adjourned. Mr Young men tioned that this case had been adjourned some time ago, and that he did not have any notice of it to-day. He appeared for Mr Seager on the last occasion, and was instructed that the child was to be vacinated in the mean time. He had overlooked the dateof theadjournment. Senior constable Hunter said the police had receiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

MY MOTHER USED IT. "When only i'our n.onths old our little bal>y Frank -was. attacked wjth a terrible croupy cold'," says Mrs C. J. Smith, Mootwingee Station, Kur iow e, N.StW, "My mother having used Chamberjain,s Cough Remedy for me when I-was a. child, I at once gave it. to my "baby and he got ; immediate relief. I have adopted it i as our family Cough Remedy; it lias ! never failed me once. I trust people ! liv ng in the back country as we tfo» will, benefit by ou? experience and always keep Chamberlain Cough Remedy in their homes. Sold by J. R. Wothesrspoon and Co:

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DISTRICT STUD SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

DISTRICT STUD SHEEP SALES. The following district stud sheep sales took place in connection with the Baila rat show last week :—By Crawford, Dowling, and Seymour—Merinoes— On account of the Hon. Theodore Beggs, M.L.C., Eurambeen, Beaufort : 14 se lected merino rams, 4-tooth—1 ac 6£ gns, 2 at 6 gns, 2 at 5 gns, Mr A. Bucknall, Majorca; 1 at 6 gns, 1 at 5& gns, Messrs Forbes and Co., Burrumbeep, Maroona ; 4 at 5 gns, 1 at 3J gns, Mr F. Oddie, Eurambeen; 1 at 5§ gns, Mr S. Dyer, Elmhurst;! at 4 gns, Mr J. Dickie, Learmonth. Account Mr Philip Rus- i sell, Mawallok, Beaufort, ,16 selected 1 merino rams, .4 and 6-tooth—1 at 6£gns, i Mr A. Grant, Braeside, Meredith;"71 at j 4 gns, 1" at 3 gns, Messrs G. C. Forbes 3 and Co^ Burrumbeep, Maroona ; 3 at 3 ] gns, Mr W. M. Spiers, Amphitheatre; j 1 at 3$ gns, 1 at 3 gns, 3 at 2 gns, 1 at gns, 1 at 1 gn, Mr S. Chasey, Linton ; 1 2 at 2 gns, Mr W. Cleaver, Glendaruel; < 1 at 2 gns, Mr G. Colclough, Glen Airlie, ] Meredith. Leice...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

RHEUMATISM. . " I had rheumatism and suffered so much that I could not sleep," says Mr B. Ifowe, Cornwall, T(i9. "After three years of suffering a.friend recommended ni'e to try Chamberlain's "Pain Balm, and before use ing half a bottle I was w onderfully relieved. Two buttles removed all pains, and now I am quite myself again." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon and Co.

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WATERLOO SCHOOL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

| WATERLOO SCHOOL CONCERT. From our correspondent. A very successful entertainment was given by the pupils of the Waterloo State School in the Mechanics' Hall on Friday evening, 4th inst. Long before the commencement of the program, the hall was packed, and those who arrived at all late had to content themselves with standing room only, and many were unable to obtain even that. Miss Jack son's orchestra from Beaufort played twdJ8Qleitions, \vhsch were- much appro ciatecf. The children throughout acquit ted themselves in a very creditable man ner ; every item-of the program, which was an excellent and varied one, being received with rounds of applause. The individual acting and singing reached a very high standard, and the dressing for the various scenes tasteful aind elabor ate, and one and all were- loud in their praises of the smoothness and precision with which the various items were pre sented. A.t the conclusion of the pro gram, Mr Flynn, supported by ,Mr Newey, moved a hearty ...

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[?]RAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

MAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. j?ii cittle—219 head came forward ( i-Wiv's market, a fair proportion qpid and prime quality; balance There was a good attend .csiftayers present, and competition tenHywas good, values being if j.7~j a shade weaker than last ^tions:—Prime pens, hul £1510/ to £17; extra weights, .?!)££ 12/6; good pens bullocks, -e to £14; medium, £9 10/ to £11 f 'tttcows, to £11 10/. Calves—59 p-i, kit forward selling to £3 13/6. came forward for to-day's A sliding about 500 shorn sheep, vp Ember being good quality with a jJamber of prime; balance medium .padewes with lambs at foot. The for quality was firm (with ex heavy-weighte, which sold .^st about'last week's improved giad others were only in fair de £ Only a light demand existed for Mth lambs at foot at much re p{ pices. Quotations :—Prime g-'Sd wethers, 26/ to 28/; extra to 30/; heavy-weights, 32/ to ctossbred wethers, 24/ to 25/; tr^o.,21/ to 22/; prime crossbred {*"<t,'to25/; extra quality, to 28/; j-1;c...

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WAR [?] [?] [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

L&man army, which is on J l/k bank of the Aisne, is ^kittle to the AUies. Q$ot on the Marne battle >f0corpses mark the scene h-!0it great battle. tiftstrian losses since the fo Lemberg by the Rus estimated at 250,000 ^wounded. $gitotion in favour of join Ifyllies is spreadingin Italy, >4the High Commissioner! Ml message. h firittish submarine E9 Ifcltwo torpedoes at the miser Hela, the second Miiemark. ^ell-knowTi Sydney lady ijtt describes the shameful I ^jjon of a Belgian Roman cathedral by drunken/ >io soldiery.. " J ^fcies of the British Am-1 u,pat Vienna fix the blame J war on Germany. I teialDe La Rey, the cele-J leader, has been shot fa Johannesburg in mistake J (J'jiandit whom tne ponce , iinsearch of. that the Unionists op ]i\kplacing of Home Rule fa statute book is not to be Cjto impair the unity of all parties in the war crisis, jv^ a German attack in , the Germans cut off the (if Grace Hume, a Dum Cj$ Gross nurse. She died agony. Nurse Hume on v^ion prev...

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