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

BM>MT THSNK IT POSSIBLE. "I didn't think it possible that snch a wonderful, medifcine as Cham berlain's Cough Remedy could be purchased at euch a low pried, sa78 Mr J. Buxgis, Stanley, Vic. "I was attacked with severe pains im 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 give it to my. children and think so highly of it that I would not be without a botttle on hand. Sold by J- R. Wotfcerspoon arid Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EGGS FOR HATCHING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

eggs fob hatcbW / Jn tending away eggs for muw», I seyeral methods may be adopf^ • Special boxes made of wood, or g&rf strong cardboard, Sited with ' P&rtments, are sold for the parpen I aJ5d in such cases the trcmbfe J- K' duced to a mimimum, A cheaper method, howerer, fc to obtain a chocolate or scap 1 large enough to hold a dozen «?>'• 1 and to HTap each esfg careful!? u ! newspaper, Snailj wedging the Hp I tightly in the bos with more P?:! j or hay, in such a tray Mat the?e® / not move. All boxes of eggs ' hatching- should be sent by ger train at parcels rates, labelled to denote the contests' consignments of eggs ate ,■ train to distant markets thef'^ ' be packed in wooden com^Br?tc* boxes, such as can he j any appliance manufacturer. ^ / boxes are returned to the I the percentage of breaksgesj5aB1 ' It very often happens gloves are split the W ... they are tried on. This ras ^ ^ vented by placing them i folds of a damp tovd f°r 3 pj ( ' or so before they are...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT GOLF CLUB. FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 19 September 1914

I BEAUFORT GOLF CLUB. [ FIRST ANNUAL MEETING. j The first annual meeting of the above club was commenced on the local links on Friday, and continued on Satur ' day. The committee of the club ar '• ranged a moat attractive programme of events, and succeeded in drawing a good entry from Beaufort play era, and bring ing competitors from Ballarat, Ararat, Hamilton, Lai Lai, and Elm hurst, to take part, with the result that the meet ing proved a most enjoyable one. The meeting %vas under the control of a strong committee, consisting of Mr A. L. Wotherspoon (president), Dr. Eadie, and Messrs S. Young and J. R. Wother spoon, and Miss Cochrane and Mrs J. R. i Wotherspoon with Mr N. B. Acton as secretary. Mr E. Cates, the Ballarat professional, was engaged as manager. The weather experienced was somewhat on the warm side, and the continued ab sence of rain made the links very hard and fast Refreshments were provided at the club house by the ladies, and everything was done to make the meet* i...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WRONG CARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

wrong card. | ^ Was a small railway station / The village was about a mile anf / fi * k®76 £^'s fcoi to for5-" I our ?" as^ed the traveller of apor I er- "I want to make a caH in ti) / vHlage." I Certainly, sir," replied the po? : ^er ; "but could you give me a car' to put on it ?" "I'm afraid T hare not got oaf, replied the traveller. Pulling an old card from bis Pc;' kst, the king of hearts, be continual • "This will be a means of iW;' cation." "Very good, sir," said the In due time the traveller retold and was looking about for his ^ when he observed the porter eoiati towards him, grinning. "My word, sir, that f^as a ^ trick." "Wiat was a good trick < ss^. the traveller. "Why, sir, a gentleman 3 just after you had Pae''tooi^ of hearts out of his pocket, aw,< it on top of your king, art i? off with your box, sir." BSS/ Candies will last doubl? jji time if treated in the lollop j :(e < - OWW- - - W Put the csmiitf Take each cssdle by & fJf. ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"THE SWEET TOOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

"THE SWEET TOOTH. Very many adults, and ciife with no exception have a pronoancei liking for sweets, metaphorically it scribed as having a "sweet tooth." We have our respective pre/era®, some of us like the flavour of pep permint, and others do not. Choco late is almost universally relished, but to a minority it is as "caviare to the general." Americans hare thi sweet tooth in excess of ourselrs. They include all varieties of swiii in the generic word "candy." j Here is a recipe for making a &"■ I tain candy capable of many ram j tions to suit individual taste. In gredients required are : One poundd - loaf sugar, one ounce of batter, M a pint of water, flavouring as I please. Boil sugar and water fori*5 or three minutes till a soft ball s formed when rolled between tisfc ger and thumb ; add the butter, stir until it is dissolved ; put in flavouring, remove the stewpan to the fire, and add the sugar by<^ grees until the mixture becomes fe"1 and white; pour it quick...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ORCHARD. PEAR MITE (PHYTOPTUS PYRI). [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

the orchard. PEAR MITE (PH^ TMvio +," '• This tiny mite -which is impwc^ tible to the naked eye, is a source &t unlimited annoyance to the ^at. grower. An examination ot trees at., tacked by the pest will disclose ^ j tact that many ot the young i^tJ are damaged by small brownish Wis- , ters. These are produced by the , sect, "Which gnaws its way heUftu \ the two outer skins of the leaf, j immediately commences to feed anl • multiply therein. The spots; thongs < small at first, gradually extend, Utl. i til finally, owing to several blister \ becoming confluent, the whole ot i\> \ leaf may appear as a blackenedMis4 tery mass. This is brought ahouUj'l the rapid multiplication ot the insects 1 within, which burrow through ft. I tissues, sucking up the juices. i bad infestation is usually follo-se^ 1 premature shedding, oi the toliage, t01 the ultimate detriment of both the \ tree and its fruit. i Regarding the life history ol this 1 pest the late Mr. Crawford says...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXX. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

CHAPTER XXX, CONCLUSION. [ The Operation was over — a most successful one—but the doctors found } it impossible to bring their patient out; of the chloroform. They worked hard and did their utmost—perhaps a li£tle more than they would have done for any but a millionaire, for, after all, doctors are human, and the almighty dollar is not without its attraction for them ; but they failed to bring even a flicker to the eyelids of the rich man, who, like Dives, had enjoyed his good things in this life, but like him, he had to leave for others to enjoy. "Dead !" and the doctors went downstairs to tell Jack the sad news. Heart disease ; they hadn't detected it. There were some kinds that it was impossible to detect. Then they left the Hall, and Jack went to tell Pat and Mrs. Hetherington. A little while later the blinds were drawn over the windows, the flag was hoisted at half-mast, then the church bells rang a dirge, and all Wynth shay knew that Joshua Hethering ton was dead. A few days l...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER XXIX. THE SECRET OF A LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

CHAPTER XXIX. THE SECRET OP A LIFE. [ Before Christmas Jack Carvill Hetherington brought his wife home to Inglewood, and never was there a brighter, happier bride than Pat. She seemed to have put the horrors through which she had lived behind her,and to be determined to take I the best out of life. In her radiant happiness she was a contrast to Meg "who sorrowed deeply for her mother, J and ' all Laurie's loving attention ! could not quite banish the shadow j that rested on her face ; but "as the spring dawned she became a little I brighter. | ''Jack, I'm going to London to see a doctor. I've not felt well for ! some time, and these fellows down , here haven't done me any good, so I I'm going to see Dr. Turner. The i man in Bowcastle advised me to go j to him," said Mr. Hetherington, one morning early in May. "1 hope it's nothing much, and that he'll give you something to put you right quickly," replied Jack, who had noticed that Mr. Hetherington had not looked well for some time. •...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

, The next annual licensing court sits at Beaufort on Wednesday, 2nd Deer., at 12.30. p.m. . It is now generally understood that the Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly will complete the wort of the session between 22nd and 29th October ; that the dissolution will take place at the end of October; and that the gene ral election for the Assembly will take place on-18th or 25th November. Since the last Legislative Assembly election the following additional State polling places have been appointed for the electoral district of Hampden:— Division of Beaufort—Wallinduc, Tra walla, Chute. Division of Camperdown —Gnarpurt, Glenormiston, Widderin.1 Divisions of Camperdown and Mortlake —Kolora (conjoint polling place). Div ision of Mortlake—Dundonneli. Div ision of Wickliffe—Maroona, Staveley, Westmere. It is asserted. by the oldest inhabi tants that such a ary season as the pre sent has not been experienced in- Beau fort for upwards of'40 years. On Tues day, Mr Muntz, shire enginee...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) —THE— MESHES OF FATE. OR, —THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 15. CHAPTER XXVIII. LAST WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) meskIfMe. o R, : THE CUBSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By. Hedley Richards, Author of "Th» Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the. Avenger," etc., etc. ■ PART 15. ' v, CHAPTER XXVIII. LAST WORDS. . The first week in November had gone before Jack and Patricia were married. It was a grand wedding ; not only the villagers, but people for miles round came to see the man who was to have been hanged, mar ried to the girl who would have been the murdered man's bride, and all pronounced Pat very charming, per haps ; a little frail-looking, but there was no mistake about the happiness which shone in her eyes and bright ened; her delicate face. The honey moon was to be spent in the south of France, but the young couple were. expected home before Christmas. It ;was a day of feasting and re joicing ; there were tents in Wynth shay'Park, where the tenants and workpeople were entertained, and after^ tea there was a grand display of fireworks, and it was not until late at night that the ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND, 1914. Before Messrs J. R. Wotherspoon and E. W. Hughes, J's.P. VACCINATION [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, September 22nd", 1914. Before Messrs J. Wotherspoon and E. W. Hughes, J's.P. VACCINATION Constable Evans charged- H. J. Seager with neglecting to have his"child vaccinated; the case having been previously adjourned. . Mr S. Young, who appeared for de fendant, said that last week the case had been adjourned till to-day. Since then the defendant had taken the child to the doctor and found that the child ' was not fit to be vaccinated. As the case had been adjourned on several occasions, defendant's conclusion was that it would be better to be fined. He might say in extenuation that he did not think the case called for a heavy fine, as the child had been taken three times to the doctor and on no occasion had the little one's condition been satis factory enough to be vaccinated. De fendant wished to be fined and have the matter ended, but he believed in vacci nation and would have the child done at a later date. | Mr Wotherspoon (chairman) said the | usua...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

J AS,"-. H. RO.BBRTSONm Clumber, YiNSP^rtHr GAS fitter, wishes lo intimate that he has on hand, a large nttn-u of Tanks, Spouting, Ridging, and Down-pipe, Water Pip ?n and ; Fittings, Gas, Steam and Water ; Taps, ! And every Iieqnisite necessary for the trade, j Agent lor various makes of WIND- , MILLS ;>nd STOVES. i A la- )- and varied country experience; ' weill STREET (opposite Bank of Victoria.- ; lEO.1. SGHLIGHT, ^ Auctioneer, ! Stock and Station and Financial Agent, . SEAOF0RT_& SKIFPL AGENT FOE— " Geo. Hagub & Co ., Geelong; James Bell & Co., Wheat Buyers, Melbourne; Federal Manukes Co., International Harvester Co. of Australia ; York shire Insurance Co. 'Phone 9. |. Wo f-So MALjPIN, ! AU CTIO m £ E r. HOUSE, LAND, STOCK, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT & VALUATOR. Rents Collected. Loans negotiated. Highfest Cash Price for all kinds of Produce. Agent for South British In surance Co., Mount Lyell Manures, and Alfred.J. Spalding, Lime Manufacturer, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

i Religious Services. rttnday. september 27th, 1914. Methodist Church.—BeaMort, 11. and 7 ; Raglan, 3—Rev. W. H, Chapmarj. 'Raglan,: 7—Mr L. Waldron. Chute, 3— Mr G. Boyd. . Church op JSngland.—Beaufort, 8 (H.C.), 11, and7; Main Lead, 2 - Water loo, 3-30—Rev- W. B. Jesspp. Raglan,. 11; Shirley, 3; Waterloo, Mr.Hope. . Presbyterian church.-r-Beailfort,' 11 and 7Trawalla, 3r-Rev. A'. 3. Stew-.' •art. Middle Greek* 11 ? Raglan, "_g •' Chute, 7—Mr Neil McDonald. .J1' I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

The Ararat AgriculturalSociety's show ia to be held on 7th October, and! entries close on 30th inst. • U&SEED COMPOUND,' of 40 years'»r<mn eSicaey.. for Coughs, Gotda, Bronchitis. &c la etoofc—Spouting, Ridging, and I)'own Pipe, ItooSog Iron, Batbs, Sinks, Cowls, Flour Bins, " Alby" Carbide.—«Tas. II. .RobvtrtsoN, Neift Street, opposite 1'iitik of VictoTiii.~[Advt.l -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

-ocoooooooco©o®cocoooo6coooooooocjoob©ooo©®© o o o m I :-bfi... CAPTURE: BY GEftBtAH-'WARSHIPS EYADED. y We have pleasure i.n announcing that the S.S. Benalla, from London, having run Q the Guaritlet of the German War Ships, has arrived in Hobson's Bay. and that with §her comes the whole of our Special Indent Order—given months ago. The goods have been carefully selected by us from the World's best markets, and we have great confidence q in inviting inspection of same. ^ Manchester Goods—Dresses—Silks—Trimmings—Prints Zephyrs and Cambrics—Costumes, and Wearing Apparel from the l's Centres of Fashions, Do you know that you can buy all your Wearables at our Store, and that they are as good in quality and priced as cheaply as in any of the large centres? You can—and we'll pro^e it any time. THE STORE THAT SERIES'YOU WELL. O0QC? ©@©@®®#®®©OQ THE Board of Examiners for Mining' Managers will hold Examinations in the several raining centres about the end of November next, of candidates de ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

USED IT. ' M^11^ n.onths old »}, «n!j f*s attacked 5t t,J Fri'U rofd '^savs Mrs C\ :^ crouPy S station, w»r v|, ;^00 .^v mother hams . • • CoUgh Remedy (,(ff:3ni^rJa"}'W;lS a child, I at "\f sliff I' . baby and lie got l"avf "l have adopted*);. :''^c m . <;ou"l' Rfflncd5"» 11 !l?„ i'-T121,1 ' o once. I trust' P^P.1 fcfrf "L? country •» OT "S hi»t,u hv our experience and K"fl|tn -chamberlain Cougli b ^.cit homes. Sold by.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

3C LjJO _i_„ MIS If ud Mill!' uu i\! l/liktii r\ FOR THE frth 9? I jn U JU KsJu "WITH A-LOVELY LOT OF BLOUSES AND COSTUMES, All the latest Creations of Fashion are Blooming Luxuriously with us now. BUY NOW AMD GET FIRST PICK, The Noted House for Uniform eXsX Good Value. KoK, G. H t 'ZPJECOIfrE, 22. Jfelep^orie 43. ■ i WM i n Jm" ifl CHEMIST & DEHTIST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES Harris' Rheumatic Powders, .hairis' Influenza Mixture, ^ B arris' Teething & Cooling Powders for Children, HOURS on and after ITO¥BMBER 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6.30 p4m. to 8.30 p.m. Saturdays, 9-a.n1'to 10 p.m. Sundays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. J. U CHEMIST .ft; DBHTIST, ; For Accuracy, Confideace, Satisfaction HAVELOCK STREET, • js w w © m, ■s?. Commonwealtb Bank of Bust ; frSGA® <3>FF{©E <2^^^ GV0C3G1? Ihi* *»nk is open far all cltnsa ol QEEJGRAE. GAC3KBE30 DyOSCJGOO ■*' POST ©FFflGE OyOL©SP©0, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

' ■jlur' - 'riiirNE," "KLINX," " TENA3IT1NE." j manufacturing purposes, j BEAUFORT. - | rr( sbnre Hostelry h«vin'? nKm^cl 'j, pr^Fi'tit Proprieties wtahfA to of Heaufort.md district %t lio'^e has been thoroughly reno .J sod n.» effort will bt> spared to make ^tncoiufurtal'lf. Best Brands of Wines, Spirits and Ales Kept. , jST • C L A S S BED «, ip^ : Specialty, at any iour, i/~ j^Mlst<!Gr.iora always in'as.t*jnrtaiifl/v;'' ' l|:»Fiie Horses Hud\reiiicloi5 on hifv. i'jjPrtprietretB trusts that' Kith evt-j-y ■ U3|camljinerf witli civility, HJj,; wij'l i^'ji ifair share of patronage. j'" -A Trial Solicited.— j M. BALP1N, Proprietress. [tfERAL REFORM. I Established 1860. I H. S j&JSTDS (Late Wm. Baker), UNDERTAKER.^. •' Opposite (he State School, ■jfliitt Street, Beaufort. - lis and other requisites supplied in town or country. fcrsls of all clasRe *> furnished th foible charges. " ' ?;?,Iele?raph, and Telephone Me« isjes promptly attended to. ; m nFir.s-BP.ED C...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 26 September 1914

I ' " '.v ~ 1 ^ ' " * » •'. Published every Saturday Morning.. ' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1914.' The cables state that statements 1 regarding an informal discussion of peace have been uttered by one of the German leaders, it being insinuated that the doye would be allowed to flutter, its wings directly Germany has, obtained a victory or two, the intention being to raise her to the statue of a magnanimous conqueror, instead of being a practically beaten foe. .j This weak overture for peace conies at-an untimely moment. It comes at a time when the Ger man action has turned Europe into an armed camp, at a time 1 when-the great fighting grounds are not yet dry of the blood that has been shed, and at a time when .the mournful and pitiful cries of the victims of the awful and nameless. German atrocities are ringing in the ears of the civilised world. Before there is talk of peace the Allies want a little justice. Great national principles are at stake, and the Allies have determined to vin...

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