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SNAKE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

SNAXE VALLEY. Gtrass is very short, and begin ning to dry oE. Unless rain comes vety soon the crop prospects will bo gloomy. Bush fires have destroyed a good deal of wood. The school committee met on Thurs day even ng, 8th inst. A letter was recently sent' to the department, ask ing. the authorities to erect a portion of a new picket fenca, and. a reply was received stating that a report would slLortly be maav. The correspondent was instructed to wri&e Mr|. Oman. •M.iL».'A., thaij.l-.inj; him for the action he had. tai.fen;. It' v."as decided to get blinds for the bis windows at each end of the schooS. The race m •. .ing.in eonncction with the Snake Valley. R.C. building fund was held on Saturday, in the recreation r s "-ve, and. was very well at tended. Results :—Trial Handicap.— .1. Green's Invermond, 1; J. Higgins' Volvo, 2. Handicap Pony Race.—H. Johnston's Fulminah, 1; H. Vhin's Iaminat, 2. Spring Handicap.—W. Callaghan's LadyMona, 1, W. Williams' Ecuador, 2. Trot.—F. W...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

HAD DIARRHOEA WHEN TEETHING " VVhea teething uiy little girl suffered greatly from Diarrhoea," says Mrs Alice A. Powell, Creasy, Tas. .. " When first attacked I took her to the doctor,- hut his treatment did her no good whsitever. Afi sixteen children had died of diarrhoea in the previous two weeks I was unfitly alarmed. I gave lier a few do^'s '» I'lu'.in herlainV Colie and Diarihoea ltamedy and the result was simply \w s>. few hours I noticed a deui'li'd i r> and the child was quickly w • t

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

MIDDLE CREEK. (FKO.tf OUK COIlltKsrON'DKNT.) At the last meeting of the combined districts of Middle Creek, Buangor, Shirley, and Eurambeen Patriotic War Fund, held in the Buaugor Public Hall, on Saturday, 3rd ir.st., it was decided to donate <£20 of the fund to the Red Cross Society and £10 to the Belgian fund. Five pounds has been already donated to the latter. It was decided to discontinue sewing for the present. One hundred and thirty-nine garments have been made up and sent in to the Red Cross dapot. The local fund is gradually increasing. The secretary states that he has already over £90 in hand. The secretary , wishes to acknow ledge the following further donations:— Per Miss Costelloe—R. Bell, 10/6 ; R. Humphrey, 10/; J. Haig, 10'6. F. Humphrey, 10/6; S. Waldron, 10/; W. Waldron, £1 1/ ; W. Forster, 10/; C. Waldron, 5/; G. Clark, 10/; J. Bates, £1 1/; J. Smith, 1/. Per Mrs A. i McDonald—Mrs Roberts, £1 1/: M. 'Carmichael, £1 1/; H. Simpson, 10/6; W. Roberts, 5/; P...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAME PROTECTION. CLOSE SEASON FOR WILD DUCKS. EXTENDS OVER NEXT YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

GAME PROTECTION. cu)S2 SEASON FOR wijld pywwmr. DUCKS. «tends OVER NEXT -YEAR. S la vct ot the lac t that certain j r-25 is yearly becoming scarcer on I ®e lakes irt Victoria, the -Acting ] -rtor oi (he Fis.ier^cs and G-atno ue lirawnt, Mr. F. Lewis, stated on 1 <^ay that tie Government had* do- ( j ^ to curtail the seasons refsandi®£ . i ®i< and wild duck. Ttos action is '5 ie taken as the resiilt of obscrva 'toss oi the haunts .of these birds, ex- j tedinjr over same years, and mnclua- • in February and March last, it j ken found that the birxte are. de | c^ing in number through various i'^s, some of them known and-some j ''j thf-.Ti merely cpneclured, and} it is ' Kl&ft drastic protection is needed to ®sire them opportunities ■of breed ^ 'Hie proposals are:— , '■ To have no oocn season tor wnd. during 1915,'; the seasons for ;«<J and Wn tto be approximately p same as for this year, and 1918 ; a»ain closed absolutelvi. and so . p, every thi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

< 1iiifort rainfall Jiii'fiiirl to Ml' -VcKeiVh f"" t h Lirnt'-t is'foriii-n!'"> !ls to tit- ! T^an-'nit >'<u* lsim. " - J "02 '03 '04 '05 'OS \>7 'OS '06 [ hS»SO<WW107> 8: Clj 80 211 j Jfcf 331 94;]00i Oli! 91 fgks'l»lis»' '8I !,(V'i57l S!):1S0 IS? Xfc'tf-1: :•«#:; 71tH4| JVS 3G9! 1 S:-J*2 Kjjl'liil. E$SI i:iooi&i I!4(H |2f)S; ;W; 125 t.soff: -2>S ! Kn'ioS1U'>-j-aii-O 180 250-2o8«Jll7:I2fi' J4S | Igg&lM; i 17 325 159.197i'302,24 0;t>7;{ | fj&W'tf' ''•••iT W2:3S:y»;w 1-H384*;7(i j *2t»>TS;46o-113,V91 i 141 | JifiiS •- -li)' lSi»!l7:iiltio j eifSf <3? J«l24i;| «;•!«): 70,-u7 , c : x K o o « : o cc — jr g : S S si ri 141 points: February. 35; March Si$io;t'aj\ iSl: June, 520: July, "12 [*B September. 4 j"; October, 257; Nov fc8;Itee£!>er, 1S3. ij-Jna7.-!i: February. 712; March, 401; >?*; June. 2v>; July. IS: August, 59; October. 206; November. 10. February, 40: March, 259; KSlXsj, 15!:...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]ANGAMITE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

PPJLECT,0K- I 1 Care the complete re \ the polling foi i , issue, having been '^boul on Tuesday ]'isl ai""some slight errors 'i'/j**- * iwt= previously pub i;>'31 rive t''ie offioial figures fe05* f thP electore - i:>o3eofth®.e 1913. " I91j- . Minifold.Scullin. £r!f°id' 226 ' 490 226 U- , 4 lS I 13^1 1702 4 -l°« 1074 747 1051 ".«-S 545 S26 849 513! 406 503 •|^t ^ 98R 1 357 293 ; y$ in = 126 100 j: -.!$ ]Li4 ; 1544 .1209 4-'oOT w" 668 1 804 596 . {*&>&■ i &i s i $r S 308 i w 274 - rq 90 i 86 9' % - Jf 650'I 645 643 2H)| 307 286 >]&'$ S i 962 735 2S j 1o6 m fe;." 253 298 I 271 319 fge1395 1529 ! 1°91 L i^j'5 15,535 16'572 15,1,73 ''LforMSoW. 1040. 'i$ Chronicle." {A- Paike > & Street, Beaufort.)

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

m fti-ili AWD tramway mm SHOULD USE ?n< piping fiEiteil imw rvi CHARLES ROCK, of 42 GiaF. :a-_ircel,Ea;t_Brunsw\ck, 33 years cimvray 2/4/12 : ~ >■" aielboumc Tramway and O.B wi'.a, on 2/4/12 :— .OSMES TONIC LTD. ll ]l > December, 1911, * ?/as 11 1 tp villi pleurisy, so serious 11 doctor consulted another. I, I fwfee Jays MY TEMPERA 'AWi YIAS 104 DEGREES. ■ Kl LIFE WAS DESPAIRED kt through taking the Odor's advice 1 live to-day. ^ MTiEsi my wife to get CI® S TOiiiC ior me, as 't«e was \ile in that medi \/hen lie said, 'liie iQ feitnts Tonic,' they were the ' TPJUtST FJORDS HE EVER ^HERED. 1 would have been 111 cy last resting place only tor ^ Stead medicine. Had my "Repaid £40 for the hottle she VioslJ have had good value. 1 L We seen a lot oi testimonials j#ift CLEMENTS TOH1C in ®aob and papers, hut what I ®4 with. is that every ^terhas utterly lailed to give Htopw value gI that medicine'. CHARLES ROCK." ItvLl* a remarkable letter, but then, TONIC is a remarkable 1 ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [?] CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

BOL' •;K !'!!K <JH!LDHEN S-■ iaintf Syrup'' for fes 7 always lie & r iMrvn T^tlimir. It tW :V- 0. £»:•• en* '.h;* limns, v'd! -in. -'hiv* •tVjiiil O.tiic 'and is R is y ;Y- ninrrlioia. Direc* *L'r«ajj >!j:s Wixslow's Sooth :5Gn.-!:.-r .1 riil'-i miller one mcntl1 ■it I tiiir.iintiis olil, half mi'.'il a»rl np r-v!--:i> :!,r.t> or tour times a ? r«r fbrriurti, the above , l.i-.i;r-t until the character Jfck.v-rijw is cliiiiifor the l>etter.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PART. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) - —OR, —— : THE ll/lfJKirJG OF ISOLDE. £y St. G«orge Rathborne, cAuthor - of "Omar Kassam," etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PART. Owen rDugdale, the wealthy owner of an estate in Leinster ; an artist, journalist, and idler, and an impul sive Irishman, has mapped out for himself a month's journey in South ern Russia. His passport, through a blunder on the part of the officials, calls for Owen Dugdale and wife, a luxury he has never possessed. Naturally this leads to" strange and ridiculous complications as in Bohe mian fashion he wanders over the plains and mountains of Russia. Evening is setting in as his talega, driven by Vladimir, a Don Cossack, who fears neither man nor devil, ap proaches the town of Rustchuk.' Shortly . after passing a mounted mili tary, officer and two Cossac'ss, our traveller discovers a wrecked telega in his path, On investigation Owen is startled by the discovery that the luckless vehicle is occupied by a lady and he becomes conscious of a s...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

MINING NEWS. 1 & L W. Moore, manager of the 7&fct Deep Leads, reports Main •sillrel-No. 1 rise—Blocking with j.to parlies with profitable results, pi.' rise—Crosscuttinp: and blocking jfltvoparties; ground heavy. .Yield, . ;£s for month. i'rl. Derrick, manager of the Hope, {•eririsNorth-west branch reef drive iseded 45ft.; total, 336ft. ; shooting lairy. South off west branch reef j~re extended 39ft.; total, 315ft. ; S.payable wash. No. 2 east off same r« ia 44ft.; stopped, short-handed, it party blocking in north off west ."di reef drive. No. 3J rise—One blocking. Yield, 13002. 1'r F. M. Rankin, manager of the fctiban Hope, reports:—Main bottom pi. extended 36ft; total, 964ft Klkest branch extended 30ft. in 'ijiardreef; total, 487ft. Top level -»t off No. 4 south to 118ft.; wash jrJually rising and is now level with -irjonder payable. No. 2 east off 3 north-west opened and driven y. in wash of good quality. One jtfy ratting lay-bye over in south-west; :-»e. Two part...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER VI. DUGDALE DINES WITH THE FAIRY QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

CHAPTER VI. DUGDALE DINES WITH THE ' FAIRY QUEEN. As yet Dugdale was not conscious' of having done anything extraordin-' ary, unless his boldness in the face. of the autocrat might be looked up-. on in that light. | He had carried his point. The general called him a fool,,. and per-, haps time might prove him to be such, but just at present he felt like rejoicing over the fact that he had gained the privilege of seeing this bright little lady of the proscription as often as he pleased, and even sharing her journey out of the country. i What would she say ? He winced a little under the fear lest she might think him bold to thus force his company on her unasked. i He was settled in the belief that she could not be the Vera Orloff of whom so many startling stories had gone the rounds of the continental press, and was more than puzzled to understand why do bluff and truthful , a soldier as General Gratscheff could defile his lips with a deliberate lie in order to deceive him — perhaps t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RELIEVES AT ONCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

RELIEVES AT ONCE. qisvf slwavs found Chainbprlain's •inillii.rrliaa lii-meily an absolute itiff lvfcrrolir "ml diarrhoea," says ifcBiMely, 78 Hall-street, Wan :;i,N.Z. "For many years I suffere'l :tc!i(l>jins Imt since using Chamber rt'io and Diarrhoea Remedy tin<: lEji-eneral healtii is much improved criieTes s'jfterin*! at once."

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IV. THE AUTOCRAT OF THE BORDER PROVINCES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

CHAPTER IV: THE AUTOCRAT OP THE BORDER PROVINCES. Dugdale perhaps did not feel quite so gay as he' looked. Something1 told him he' was >abput' to encounter one who was destined to have more or less to. do with his future, so far as it might be'^connected with that of the fair fugitive. And the reputation of the grim, old fire-eater," as well as the appearance of his .'square jaws, ;was enough to prove that, any one who ran up against him must expect to encoun ter a tough proposition. There was but littlfe time to whip his wits into line and decide upon what tactics he should use. He knew GratschefE to be a tiger in battle, and shrewdly concluded that . while such a man might rage' at first to find his will defied, he could not but secretly respect an antagonist who refused to bend before him, and who proved a foeman worthy of his steel. It was a bold game Dugdale set out to play, in which Tie depended on other powers to assist him. The lieutenant led him across to the fortress or...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PART 2. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

PART 2. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) As he turned to enter the tavern he heard the clear notes of a bugle floating down from the heights. What story it told was evident, lor there was a sudden hustling and excitement among the uniformed guardians of the citadel. Officers appeared buckling on swords, horses were brought hastily forth, into the saddles of which sprang valiant sol diers ; and, lo ! in an incredibly brief space of time a company of fully five score men lined up to re ceive the great commanding general, whose special signal had aroused the sleepy camp. Then the three horsemen appeared in view, the general saluted officers and men, and remained in consulta tion for a short time, during which Dugdale was thrilled to see them all look in his direction and laugh. His annoyance was evident as he stalked into the inn. Isolde had already gone to her room, leaving word that with his permission she would join him when supper was ready, unless he had some engagement elsewhere. The ma...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Mr.E. W. Hughes, J. P., occupied the bench at; the Beaufort Police Court on Tuesday. T, W. Schlicht sued M. i O'Brien for the recovery of a debt amounting to £6 5/6. Mr Young-, for complainant, said there was no notice j of defcnce, and asked that an order be mad<.' for the amount claimed with 15/6 costs. The bench gave a verdict ac cordingly. Siekneps, principally influenzi, is very prevalent throughout the district. Mr I Jas. Fallovtori mentioned at the fort night^7 meeting of the A.N. A. on Tues day right that, in the course of business he'had l hat d;iy visited '37 houses in the vicinity oL! Waterloo, and in all these homes excepting- four there was someone ill in bed. In various other parts of the district whole families are i down with influenza. If you want to buy seeds that will ktow. Buy them at Pringle's, you know. The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees. Plants, etc.. in stock. We regret having to record the death of Mrs Mary Prentice, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 17, 1914. The Minister of Public Works was credited with having stated last week- that it was not pro posed to stop the policy of immi gration, but it is anything but a wise thing to go on with immi gration in the face of the exist ing, conditions. It would have been thought that the State would have taken prompt steps Jo stop any immigration for " the time being, and defer any opera tion of the policy till the position is a more assured one. The, drought and the war have greatly interfered with the producing and manufacturing industries, and at this trying juncture the State has practically nothing to offer the immigrants of the farm laboring or the artisan class. It would be a foolish proceeding to continue to bring people out here now, as they will have no chance of doing any good for themselves, and will only be on the hands of the State till the more prosper ous times are reached. Through out the country districts the shire co...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]NCEMENT OF THE ACT. DATE NOT YET FIXED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

(^xSSSoFTHE ACT. i^NffTYBT FIXED. L.^hen the Workers' Compen /■ be brought into operation Mi?!ken decided upon. When /bjiions have been agreed to by (fat the necessary proclamation act to be in force will be 'q'"]cannot tell you when that the Chief Secretary (Mr C;, oil Tuesday, "but it will be 1/ ' jv!-!iiik'S it obligatory on all em fciinsure their employees with iwMcirient Insurance Office, or f^redinsurance company, under i&aialty. This penalty provisio {■^stive,'however, until six months i&tsteof commencement of the i'je liability of the employer to j {Ration to an injured worker ■-.T.cver, commence as soon as Cls proclaimed to be in force. To lie convenience of persons who Bert, and, as a consequence, fc;spaid by such employers dur (::'S months preceding the first f'pr.t of those workers have not jSj<160, it is provided in section ■ft; set that if such employers hr.1 already insured against their ^7they shall (subject to certain Ijikis which can be o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

B I R T H, ROGERS.—Oh. 8th October; at »Nurse Rokesky's private hospital, Woome lang, to Mr and Mrs Roy Rogers, of Irymple, Mildura, a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

COLDS ON THE CIIEST. I 1' My little son was a »reat sufferer t'rora bad colds? on the chest," says Mr Grontw, Station St., Seymonr, Vic. :t At tiroi'* he was so bad that he would be jnst choking for breath and nothing I tried for hira <?eemed to ^ive him relief. I was recom mended to try Chamberlain's Congh Rem edy and in or.» ni'_'hfr T noticed an improve ment. Now I >;ive it to him as soon ft*. * see any six»» of a cold and he is soon al ! right mtrain. I would not be without,a [bottle ot Chamberlain*!' Congh Remedy .,a (ray home.'5 Sold by J. K. Wotherspoon & Co.

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BUANGOR PATRIOTIC CONCERT AND DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 October 1914

BUANGOR PATRIOTIC CONCERT AND DANCE. One of the most successful concerts yet held in the Buangor di3tvict took place on Friday evening, 9thinst., when a combined effort was made by the residents of Shirley, Middle Creek, and Buangor in aid of the district patriotic fund. Judging from the overtaxed state of the seating accommodation at the hall (which was decorated with flags supplied by Messrs Cowdeli, Ton ner, & Ellis, of Ballarat) the result should prove entirely satisfactory to the promoters. The first part of" the programme was contributed by the children attending the Buangor, Shirley, and Middle Creek schools. The items supplied by the little ones were mach appreciated by all, the three action songs given by the Shirley children being particularly enjoyed. The child ren's contributions consisted of char acter songs, recitations, and dialogues. One of the latter, entitled "Cats," greatly amused the audience. Great praise is due to Messrs Griffiths and deHugard and Miss ...

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