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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

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Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] CONTINGENTS MESSAGE. "REMEMBER US TO ALL." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

^'iOHTlNGENTS MESSAGE. remember us to ALL." sounds, and like a passing I, jiihc? jcross the waves, the lasv l„ good-bye , ! ■'touralia's soldiers, as they one • *st1^ u tUo :-rvvi unto old England's battle „.,&11. , i*.'i uplifted, faces calm ana j i^ssiiicmpass {at o'er the ocean ^ 1 'save. p® ^'med to clasp their parting L toai, . . ■ adieu,eveleaving Australia s I M \ Kiemtetiia to all, though far we it. Kan> rJtert3 are ever with the folks at ■ | borne." I'^^^aMports sail, a, last long , 1 i tuUl1 oat^ UTlto wa^nK ?ar ' :1 iiW?cn shore, held in grief's ! .. tttnrmrahotid, , WtsoV^ thft voice with which we • ./'wis respond, ''' '^nsports sail, now merest i tpedta, '"\ 1 -''sht, the lads who lined frtofeda; gaze no mote their forms S TtitSn 5ee> 1^om us veiled in mystery v ' " Mr hearts, no matter where ''''remembered arc by ihose ^*1 borne, and country be their V- v5^' ?5;k°f s^aCTerlifted for the right; |~™>home, and duty, bravely i givQ we each Australian w^? ^...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] OF FRENCH NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

1 —— 'illl'll OF FRfHfH NAMES. inisiii increase the greogra- j ■jktye of "the man in the lil^rllsometime^he puzzled j . Jjrtwciai™ of th3 names of ^nfccfatice < r Germany. H r does fa'tsle P9 'ant:c. and he knows s>wof time, the names of .•[•t: ri'II be Anglicised. Who fjMaRt would ca'l "Paris" WlBotstill. it is useful to know, French nlaces wh'ch If 5 tte nwspapers every dav fele pronoun—f5. a"d therefore j&xing list from " Life's War fc"N'2 ii! he of cnme helo :—i ]/> For* ■ 9qus Joar-e as fffv?>o .Joo..r: ^oi=sons as S'.va E;Oi-.-q is O'irk : Aliens as fK':" fcHonr ns Sharlrwa ; sSsDsn-Hi?: L'*"'?" q;i T,pea»e; M"2eeai»-: Ei-rnav as srav/Wons »s SSi'l ^ *; Vitrv le F'-on ; R'ver 't'Ow: Ver'nn a* Vairdin ; }a> " Loinvs': ^orent as nr-vv n L n rv >v ; Mti hi?'f:%sh; Lille as LeM; Oise fae. 0(|f.n; ij\- -j'jiv cij'.- ,t> IMtniu«•.«<•( «i f,->-r-in ^1 V" G""n"H'. p^'.^oviHiHir, Vie. l: 'i »*p« h" '"i t'fit hf VViiilM I'P j >&a...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]LL'S AND THE WAR. [?]ATION BY PREACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

U'S MID THE * l^r PREACHER. held in tI,e Mecnames Sunday after on auiiuay auer (■jjr'tron the subject of "Tat "'Ftjfotsfeatow,'- the Rev. T of Victoria, told of the nations whose fall was closely allied with )V3';e in debauchery, gambl i^'cxduei, and asserted that tWat present raging in • j^couM be faced the finger Cian Ood. Belgium was a J-il'jW, :i= France haj once -l-i Germany lotteries sapped " Hsni industrial life of the f ihoso observations j: cjt rebuke, but they ap v ,rri;VJ?rc'>iHy in- tho breast { lf .jof'tiie audieneo, and, at. i' wflbe address, by per | ii:4'!iVjr Anderson, ! ■■.h,[?platform, and ridiculed! that the devastation, the; f *IV jn, and terribJe suffer-1 h ijvvere but a punishment I Ir l lioi" pecpfe. It was, he ■ulcus, absurd, and damn J?1r' ±i such was the posi fyjiwviW. it made Almighty>■ Lgr!o te a very devil. Mr An- j to a considerable L'kWin? and hooting, and he $ In A-fend his fellow politic ijttieattacks made by the) SpwfCfioi] with the general i...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

j BEAUFORT RAINFALL. J We arc-indebted to Mr Jas. McKeich for tlj followioL' interest u-.- inform;itiou as to th rainral) nt Beanforfc since 1899. '99 'GO '01 '02 '03 '04 ■05 '06 '07 '08 'Og Jan. 181 113 255 80 149|462;107 8 61 80 211 Feb. 180 20 33 80 202 341 126 94 106 53 91 Mar. 274 407 158 158 149 78 96 357 89 180 187 Apr. •239 329 •161 12 106 71 144 58 369 18 252 May 195 451 151 94 229 330 335 342 20S :13G 375 June 414|350 361 355 301 404 29S 339 125 .J,09 238 July 99 100 158 103 oh'5 180 350 258 317 126 143 Aup 577,403 289 194 117 325 159 197 302 240 673 Sep. ISO 237 410 250 9971132 383 301 114 384 l7t> Oct. 381: 131 2<;i -20 ■29 a 29 278 465 113 291 141 Nov 25-J 91 50 r 7 340 213 76 4U2 180 173 ll)5 Dec. 10 ! SI 88 65 ?--7 16 246 42 429 70]117 C-J CO «3 OO oc lO CO C3 »r, ]>_ —< X 03 Cj cc 1 us., o o -h 00 *0 c CI 0^ fN Ol C3 II CM C< JS C= 2 1910.—January. 141 points; February, 35;- March 518April,-73; May.;£S1; June. 320: July; 312...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

•: ' I II 4 I I > THE f iiste? of tha I COHGREGJML I B18SI0U CHURCH, | FiUrej, tldbzvma. I opinion of 1 i" I tteo recommendsd S@ by Clemenfe Tonic. $ ! teas completely run Joifin. [suffered from nervous I Jfoslrahon, with insomnia i setters headaches. i W spent much money on Dedicines to no purpose. One &otile put me light , end ux25 ujort/i its weight in i joli "I recommend ififs msdff i fa strongly. f Signed) JOHN hosking: ftf* R". J. HOSKING. D.D., « I few* s» M eiriMt church wxktr, end Ipttttimcajta CLEMENTSTOMC , (or vKe jood rt might do. THU l>r^»t«tainm iu ejects oa tun- . iIwrs w tmuitd Mrvei, and quickly ' BeM' ' I >**?>ro°r Appetite, Con tipaUon and ALL LHEM1SIS and STORfS SELL IT.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

"ill! STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. •tuk-248 head came to hand market; the supply mainly medium to good quality, sprinkling of prime pens, '"sfciavalues were firm at quite sri'srstes, whilst for all other rife the market was a shade Rations: Prime pens bullocks, I»£1512.6; single bullock, £17 :pJjas bullocks, £12 to £13; _ z2to£10 10/; best cows, to i fe: "2 penned ; some good 4Ktmedium sorts; best sold to i. Seep-4685 penned for to-day's fiiirproportion oeing good qual ftasmll number of prime, bal medium and indifferent 1 fed and prime sheep made • jsK .dies, urn others easier. ^•35:Prime crossbred wethers, •lj;'; extra quality, to 20/6; good . i'ikethers, 16/ to 17/; medium I ^tol4;6; prime crossbred ewes, | extra quality to 17/10 ; good ! -/j!s 13/- Lambs—3309came for-; (<!■::to-days' sale; only a small j ban? good and prime qual ; ^cemedium descriptions. Whilst j -•ktimade about late values, others | Quotations: Prime pens jWto 16/; extra quality, 17/7 ; j -r'-iia^ibs, 10- t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

JELIEVES AT ONCE. fir, „iwnys found Chainberlaiu's :'-!Dirri:u.a lleniedy an absolute "imvlii' and diarrhoea," fays Iffskfiy, 73 Hall street, Wan J1 "For many years I suffered ipiir,-, Imt sim'c using Chamber l)i:iri!;i:'a Iten.pdy iinil Ej.vx'kaltli is intu'li improved ri-iih-nn^ :it onee.*'

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

ballaratproduce MARK*1, o'l.nfci'jt. i |With Little business is down , prices for all tines are very firm. V» At the official \nice of 0 nothing doing, Buyers muldp'wf; to secure. Oafs-Sellers tie Values tiro S/6 for left && - nominally 0/ for k: t fadtw duns. Barley—Good Enpiiskivw^j 4; G readily, but there is noibiw: fl. ;'j class offering. Medium, frontf'M&fl &ipc would reaiissSMorptiifi^ " medium, 3'3 to 3f4.--Poir.t0 from £510/ to£0, accoiMyy and quality, arid suitability for K")f Ihy—Besi chaffing,' £515'm« ! prime manger. Strati £25/toft according to'quality.. Flour, *>* Bran, £6 15/. Pollard, £7 W Prime factory prints, 1/:Jwb. j« separator, 10td; dairy, Si. Bacon-Sides;M) miMf. '/-£f if. Lard, $id. Cheese, (®1 to £1210/. Potatoes, £'■ f

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

SLUGGISH LIVE!:. -For many year, llme^erg sltifjgWi * n! '|'3ve & Mount Pleaswi,, &-A. ^ ioE several ditturesit ^ ^ for they make G!c.1^ , ri, ai'ain. In my opinion I her - g disorders ot t.ic m ^ an g bv <1. K- Wotherspoon a Ui _ E

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WOOL SALES. [?]NING OF THE SEASON. [?]BOURNE AND GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

^,SG OF THE SEASON. i;>^b GEELONG. ! wool brokers of Australia, fW Brisbane, Gcelong, Mel v-:3vdney, met in Melbourne pft 'Octobur 9th, to discuss j:%, for opening the current fc vlffles, which, owing to the postponed. Adelaide, .} fated to do so, did not send IK'onged that sales up to the JfiUwber should bo held in JVIel r'rjC*-lwg as under :~Mel and 27th October, limited finite; Gcclonir, 28th October, jif/jObak-s; Melbourne, 17th jiiijfovcnjfcer. limited to 37,325 %'vg, Idtb November, limited fiiftefej: Melbourne, 15th and fC-i&r, limited ro 87.325 bales ; 1*0 December, limited to jfjxurne season will open on L and «ill be continued on the 10 catalogued fegW,000 bales. Three weeks ■}':> before the second series of fcb'j in the week commencing "faker, and a further month K'fa third series of sales, which l.fiiii in the week commencing' „fS$g of W3r> an^ the! power, have made it the quantities to be sio'jld be lower than those jlfeiojs of cataloguing only fjfj-S :r...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

, The executive of toe Suite n""j La°or party decided to oppose : Posal to give separate grants to^y national schools, andailLsbore^^"'} ; ^ccn informed acconimfa J . RvplyiiK; to Senator J Mtl&'jj ; m . the Senate, Senator Par^ jJ • resenting the Treasurer, surf Wp. understood' that W Cornitm^; .Rotes f]Q(j fapct mistsho Rotes, a now issue of . entirely different design mw«ft ■ siifd jig goon ?.s possible Follorting on the dissolu^f ys Legislative Assembly. & /!>' '\> arrangements will berxf election 0( the new House 3*.^' -Issue oi writs, Nonmf.-'Ltfa: nation day, November ^ ^a>'- November ft ^'s:n < h December 12. It is Sir Arthur Stanley, £.%)#> to summon the sen" ?3! " ; . J^< meet on Decembers

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR, "RIPONSHIRE ADV[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

we do not in an. SUTte >*-«»»»: „ *j ;"ti "* ulsn,,t0 rcj>'*' President Hannah-calls1 a peixwa y \.h nation to the men;bs:rs of the g\,C.i Council at their last meeting. fct en waiting for ibis issue .cf vV p per to see if he hud euvuekri fV his statements, but it not Vein" '! I pm-umcd you have rv>or'.«l bmV; reetly. In the fust place, i that at this period k'c emuc!-;.,]'^,.1 teg*. tht-v in hautu'r y. 1 have icta\sj expi^at-on cave ul y, a.sd xr,v^,x s«\ i- ij not ui acco dance with fact. ];(,[, H-mnah did not promise to cfi;,v' meeting of the PatrtaieLesgc'itthl d-d prt mise the executive of the'TV.'-s'i Club to ring their secretary up morning (Friday. September 4thi, ^,f J 30 o'ch-ck, anii give his answer to M request that he t^.n--;r.c n mcttjr 2nd. Cv. Hannah s'atea that tlict',:, did not inform him that Mr Cotr,.0 was goinpc to con v:r.e a nutlins;. oj Hannah mu?t have a very bad mt-ttKil because we distinct!'.' \uV\ him xhatl\| Cochran had already taken step t| conv...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

HAD DIARRHOEA WIIEN'ITIKTIHM' " \Vhi?n teething my lit tie girl suffered "really from Diarrlioe.'!." says Sirs Alice A. Powt'-U, Or ossy, 'Pas, " Wlinri firs a la«kod I took her to the doctor, bnt his f.rp.Jitiii-'n!. ni'l Iurr no pood whatever. As s'x!f:'3ii ''liiulron had died of diarrhoea in rlw nr vio:i« t-wo weeks I was «il;>rm«'.d. I "aye hpr a .few doses of <Jhai« l.tirltiiirs r'.-ilic nitd Diarrhoea Remedy and tli.> ;• t'.j -v ;«--Mnply. niarvnllous. I" !l fv--- ;• ' •x-rWiJ adn»Wcdimprovement ami tiiii oisiUI was ijuiekly well again, '

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER VIII. A WARD OF THE CZAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

CHAPTER VIII.! A WARD OF THE CZAR. * j Dugdale spoke- lightly, as though it were the merest bagatelle he referred to, and he desired to make as little boasting of it as possible. His companion appeared greatly agitated. She stood back and looked at him in a manner he could not wholly understand. Why, what did it amount to ? In three days they'd be over the border. What cared he if his sentence of exile prevented him from ever entering Russia again, save at his peril ? She would be in the same boat, and yet Russia was her native country. "Sir, what possessed you to do such a bold thing ? How dared you, unasked, propose to cast your for tunes with mine ?" she asked, slow ly, with something like a shock of anger in her voice. "I can hardly say. First of all, he aroused my animosity, by his over bearing ways. It was as much as a dare. Then I did not see why I should be denied the privilege of speaking to a pretty woman, provi ded she did not object. Last of all, it riled me to think of ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

Mr A. W. Moore, manager of t Beaufort Deep Leads, reports3!^ [ ea.st luvol—No. i rise—B/ockiBg ran j two parties, with payable result. J'l 2 rise— One party blockingandoceKS roading-, with average values. I j Mr T. Derrick", manager of fteflctj j reports North-west branch reef® extender} 52 ft.; total, 418 fL;f« I working1 country. South off west iff j drive extended -Jitft.; fofal, 355ft \ payable wash. One party panelliajf i north off west branch reef drive. )ij 13i rise—Two parries blocking, i JVIr F. Al. Rankin, nians^er of t : Northern Hope, reports :-Main tea ' level extended to L'92 ft., in very ifi i reef; south-west branch (o C!5 M | hard reef. Top level.—Eastprospefljl I drive off No. .south aterM Wl i total, 11G ft.; reef rising now in face; prospects under paya^ crosscutting, bfoeJci!)£ and pandfcfij usual, in ground of average <]mI% Local sundries lor treefc-!ta® 15Sr- -

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER VII. A PRETTY FATHER CONFESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

CHAPTER VII. A PRETTY FATHER CONFESSOR. As Dugdale and his companion pas sed outside they perceived that the humour of the night had taken a turn, for it was no longer dark and shadowy. Over the rugged hills had climbed a moon that shone blood red through the vapour, and colour ed. all things with a mellow flood of light. To one who loved Nature the scene was particularly beautiful, but for once in his life Dugdale paid very, little attention to the, picture. He had other and more weighty things on his mind. Those in the tap room dared not follow now, no matter how strenu ous their curiosity might be. The ru mour had gone forth, borne by many a . wagging tongue, that this being of transcendental loveliness was bin der the particular charge of the autocrat who ruled the southern camps, and whose frown was fearei by man,: woman, and child '.van more than the devil, for one could be visibly experienced, while the other was but a possibility after de mise. Still, Dugdale felt that he wo...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

NKVF.1-: HESITATES TO MEND THEM. "My (laughtersuffered withimii« and tiied many medii inp? withoutjsiq relief," writes Mr.-< E. J. Osl>onerSffl.v| I street, Clifton Hill, Vic. "toij j < Miatuherluin's Tablets in stock [ami her to try them, which sliofliii.ptii'J immediate relief. [ take Ifunioifc Tablets myself, and find tiiey sitfc< medicine of tlieir kind it i« pcs-ibkfl get." Sold by J. R. Wotlier.-pX'SiOij

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORCHARD. HUMUS OR VEGETABLE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

THE ORCHARD. HUMUS OR VEGETABLE MATTER. Always aim at keeping up your humus supply (vegetable matter), as this is the first thing a plant looks for (like the solids—chaff — to the horse). It must be in the soil to enable the three essentials to plant life—phosphoric acid, potash and ni- • trogen—to thoroughly perform their functions. Where the humus is absent the three very necessary essentials nimal would be of absolutely no ' value during a hot, dry spell. Evtn in a favourable season, with moisture forthcoming, the relief would oaly be temporary, and a dry pinch will t pull it up at once. I Not so where the humus is incor : porated in the soil, for apart from | its functions as moisture conserver i which alone is invaluable to plait i life—it sets up certain bacterial ac tion which makes more available any plant food that is in the soil, i in an insoluble form, and the soil i; i better able, where this vegetable mat i ter is in abundance, to respond to any application of commercia...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHAPTER IX. DUGDALE MAKES PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 24 October 1914

CHAPTER IX. I DUGEiALB MAKES PROGRESS. They, continued to walk up and down. The bright moonlight, with the gurgling*, stream and the cool air of the night made it very attractive. Besides, the tavern, \ with its noise and mnsty air, did; not offer very great inducements to .retire. Dugdale was quite content. He could have remained in the pre sence of this charming young woman for hours with the ; utmost equani mity. ' . 'i "Monsieur, I thank iyou for th« in terest :jou have takety in nay unfor tunate condition ; but it would bo unfair of me to allow'you to under take this mad endeavosr. You do not know what dangers you face. I cannot' permit the sacrifice," she said, after a period [of thoughtful silence. i "How will you prevent it ?" he asked, triumphantly. ?. "By refusing to gr^» my consent, monsieur." [ "What if I go on Without that, even at the riski. of oi-ending you?" She hardly knew how to reply, for he seemed to take a way her only weapon. J. ... J; Finally, Bhe laughed, |'l...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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