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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

Call oa us and have a better understandiag—we'll clotho 7©&£? 2eeS for you Gfo© oSsaco—and out sizes too. : All the JeadSag ISQea&QG^ci£?0£?Q supply us—and we get' -in on the ground' -floor as to price. So do you if y@t ao—and here are a few footprints to guide you:— o Q <3« Ladies'Glace Shoes, Black and Tan, 6/11. Child's "Tan Hide 3-bar Shoes, sizes 7 to 13, 3/11. Ladies' & Gent's Rubber Shoes, White Canvas Tops, 2/11. Gent's Glace Hide Boots, Patent Caps, 12/6. Child's Solid Calf Bals., Sewn Soles, sizes 7 to 13, 4/11. Men's H.N. Watertight Boots, 8/11. Ladies' Glace Anklet Shoes, Right in Style, 9/11. Boys' and Youths' Box Hide Bals, sizes 10 to 13, 6/11; 1 to 5, 8/11. Infants' Boots & Shoes, sizes 2 to 6, 1/6 & 2/6. See them. The Famous Merry Maid Shoes, sizes 10 to 13, 8/11; 1 to 3, 9/11. Gent's Black & Tan Box Calf & Glace Boots, to clear, 8/11. THE SPECIAL PRICES ONLY FOR A SHORT TIME TILL STOCKS REDUCED.-e3 ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

: THISTLE GLOB. ———©———- - The annual meeting of the Beaufort Thistle Club, which was held in the Societies' Hall on Friday night, 23rd inst., was attended by 23 members.-Mr J. H. Robertson (chief) occupied the chair. Correspondence. A number of letters were received in connection with the picnic at Mt. Cole on Foundation Day, and replies were also received from concert artists in re gard to fees for Easter Monday night. The latter correspondence was handed over to the concert committee. From Ballarat and District Pipe Band, stating they would be willing to enter for a £30 pipe band contest on Easter Monday.—Received. "From Minyip, South and Port Mel bourne, Hamilton, and . Warrnambool pipe bands, stating that they were en gaged for Easter Monday.—Received. The secretary said he. had written to 11 pipe bands in reference to the proposed contest, and had received, six replies ; two bands promising entries. The chief, suggested that the five bands who .had not replied be written to an...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

IN MEMORIAM. HALPIN.—In sad and loving memory of our dear father, who departed this life at "Jearambillik," Eurambeen, Jan uary 29th, 1911. J —Inserted by his loving family. IN sad and loving remembrance of our beloved father, Joseph Marks, and sisters, Mrs J. Retallick and Mrs A. McDonald ; our. beloved mother, M. Marks, who passed away at Beaufort, 27th Jan., 1909; our dearly loved nephew, Keith McDonald: interred same date. R.I.P. Dearest loved one, they have laid thee, J • In the peaceful grave's embrace, But thy* memory will be cherished, . "'-.Till we see thy: heavenly face, if.* ^I.nser£&$ by losing ' daughters, ' J ane Marks, Mrs McNulty.- y

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES. . " I highly recommend Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone who suffers from headaches." Bays Mrs M. K. Berry_Marlborough Kd., Victoria Valley, Tasmania. " I suffered agony with headaches, and tried almost everything. Nothing did me any good until a friend recommended Chamberlain's Tablet"?, and they soon put me right again. Now I -would not be without a box of Chamberlain's Tab lets in the house." Sold by J. K. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort. Public sports are to be held at Raglan on Wednesday, 25tb February, consisting of wood-chopping, cycling, footracing, pony trot, and quoits. Entries for all events, except trot and quoits, close on 9th, acceptances being due on 18th ; and for trot and quoits noms. close on 16th. Selections are to be given by Waterloo Brass Band. The admission is 1/. A concert and ball follow at night. " If you.want to buy Seeds that willgrow. Buy them at Pijingle'S. you know. ■ The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees, Plants, et...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 31. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, 'JANUARY-31. 1914. The right to the publican's booth a* the Raglan public sports on 25th Feby has been purchased by Mr R. Taylor of Ballarat, for £7. . The luncheon booth and fruit and lolly stall will be sold by Mr Halpin,. auctioneer, at his office on Saturday, 7th Feby., at 5 p.m. The Australian Estates & Mortgage Co. report that at their sale on Wednes day, in addition to a useful display of greasy wools, they offered a good selec tion of scoureds from Queensland and New South Wales, both of which were keenly competed for and disposed of at the higher level of prices established at their sale last week. The highest price of the sale for scoureds was 23£d, which figure was paid for the Buper com. H. of the Llanrheidol brand (W. Dslrymple, Llanrheidol; Winton, Q.) and for the AAA com. W. of the Tamworth clip (H. Collier, Hughenden, Q.). The bel lies of this latter brand sold to 20&d. and locks to 17$d. Por greasy fleece t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT TUESDAY, 27TH JANUARY 1914. Before Mr S. J. Goldsmith, P.M. LICENSING APPLICATION [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

beauf Tuesday, 27th t ! (Before Mr S. % 1 llcenslnglfplj7h,i>l!" The p.m. flrst onf „ . ^i0\ i -- ^mCATiOA I and heard the application of \tj" Coulson, executrix under the1% "William Isaac Storey, for patrf,' carry pn the business of the vV '' Wales hotel. Snake Vaikv f months. Applicant stated t^at \V was lodged for probate, ' The P.M. said \vl\en appiw probate there would have | Supt. Bennett, licensing said he did not know v;heth« ' cation was necessary. It was 0,.SJ he had never seen before. 'Iheij-i vided for cxecutors or friondHc^ri The P.M. said he thought it'lJ have been rather extraotdinatj ^ appointing herself as a-jent trix, apart from appointirj * agent, he had no doubt she could t on. The better plan would K -ret got probate to transfer to her^ 1 application was granted in taj jcr.= - which it was made. \ ^ In answer to the P.M., she intended lo do.thator.th-evr,,,' of this order. "t UNLABELLED BOTTIi? \ The first case listed in the Petty Sessions was one in which v ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM. SULPHATE OF IRON AS A MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

SULPHATE op lRnv K manure. ' A8 4 I In view of the fact, aB , I proved, that top-dressing ^!u|B phate of iron were found Jf/S? checking the "Bush disease" t hf'; cattle and sheep, running in^T" districts are subject, it is : t ing to examine the opinions Xl known agricultural authorities f note the wide diversity 0f 01)i 315 •. expressed ,on the use of this in practical farming. That irlS"? phate vastly improves the colo/l' grass is well known to thos* M have used it for getting rid oW^IS on lawns. When the sulphate applied to the lawn, it is indwell turn the leaves of the grass bl^ll ■but after a shower or two of rainVJI grass rapidly recovers, and the lesv«R take on a rich dark-green colour. ^§| authorities admit that the chio^ls phyll or green, colouring matte A plants cannot he formed -without ti>H presence of iron. For instance, .\. ^ R Hall, Director of the Rothamst^fi Experiment Station, who is oppo^fi to the use of sulphate of iron m|1 either the farm or garden, sajs:~H "...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT STRIKE SETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

BEAUFORT STRIKE SETTIEB. I Great satisfaction was expressed in the townships of. Beaufort and Water loo last Saturday afternoon when it be came known that the protracted and bitter struggle of nearly 19 weeks' dur ation between tfie members of the local branch F.M.E.A. and the mineowners of the Beaufort group had been settled. For some weeks previously it had been manifest that those who favored a con tinuance of the strike had a very sparse majority of the men behind them, and the difficulty experienced 4n financing the struggle had been more than hinted at. The men refused to work as a pro test against the employment of no.n unionists at the Beaufort Deep Leads, and at one stage of the struggle had persuaded all bufone man (a blacksmith) to join the union. Since then the strike-breaker has-worked so effectively that there are now some 30 non-union ists on the field distributed among the various mines. Prior to the strike all the mines on. the field were union mines, with the excep...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BURNS' NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

BURNS' NIGHT. A smoke social in observance of Burns' night was held at the close of the meeting; the chief (Mr J. H. Rob ertson) presiding. Harmony was con tributed by Messrs .A. Laurie, W. R. Glover, and J. F. Regan. Mr P. Stev enson acted as accompanist. Light re freshments were provided. The toast of "The King and Scot land" was loyally honored. The chief mentioned that they were celebrating the 155th anniversary of the birth of the Scottish poet, Robert Burns. He proposed the toast, "To the immortal memory of Robert Burns," which was cordially drunk. Chieftain Glover proposed the health of the chief. He said that with all due reference to the past chiefs, last year they had had the most, go-ahead chief they could'possibly li jive for the club. The success of the club was largely due to his efforts. He was going strongly to be an authority on all Scottish subjects, and no man in the town had Scottish sentiment more at heart than Mr Rob ertson. j The toast was accorded musical hon...

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AIDS TO COLOUR IN FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

AIDS TO COLOUR IN FRUIT. Mr. G. P. Berry considers that al | though eminent authorities ; state : there is always much more iron in j the soil thai? is necessary for the I colouring .of fruits, there are certain j districts and certain soils where col i ouring is very marked. , j At the Carlisle Fruit CongTess he | instanced the great variation of col i ouring found in the East of Scot I land, from Berwick to Kincardine, j He always added four stones per acre j of. sulphate of iron, when preparing j for fruit planting, and in nine plan j tations under his care, in different | counties, he found that in the ^sec • tions fertilised with potash there was I earlier maturity and finer colour I than in the case of the phosphate i and nitrogen plots. j He advocated the application of 1-Jcwt. of sulphate of potash per acre as a good average dressing to secure'8 good colour in fruits.—' 'Gardener s Magazine." Mr.; J. Salkeld, of Burwood, Christ ! church, recently made an experiment I in grow...

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CRICKETERS ON STRIKE. UNIONISTS AND MINE DIRECTOR. " WILL NOT PLAY IF HE PLAYS." MARYBOROUGH, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

cricketerson strike. UNIONISTS AND MINE DIRECTOR. « WILL NOT PLAY Ff HE PLAYS." Maryborough, Monday. An incident, somewhat unique in its way, arising out of the miners' strike at Beaufort, occurred hereto-day in connec tion with a cricket match between Balla rat and Maryborough. Some Marybor ough men were'concerned In the . Beau fort strike ; but it was not anticipated that it frould affect Maryborough. It did, however, but not in aa industrial sense, although the outcome has paused considerable comment and no little amusement.. Amongst those who were selected to play for Maryborough was Noah Davey, who is one of the directors of the Beau fort mining companies. He is a member of the Maryborough Club. Five mem bers of the Railway Club, which is affiliated with the Maryborough As sociation, were also selected as a com bined team. The Railway Club consists chiefly of railway servants, and the Railway players refused to take the field to-day with Davey, and declared their intention of s...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING, [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING, You have heardof the tifan who 'buys his ice in. winter time, and his : coal iirthe summer time—such a pur i chaser in variably ;savc« money; • j' The principle involved is to buy when the-other fellow is most anxious to .sell, ami feo sell when'the other fel j low is uj'jsttwigor.'to buy.-' .v '■ Thosc '.vlio- would take full advan Uijjo of market conditions' in; the ' buy5* ; :ng and filing of household necessities, i live stock/machinery, etc., arc con stantly'Qii the look-out. for opportuni ties presented t hrough the local "ad .•efti^isVg mcfiusViK: ■ V. : ..wV^a'yo/J-alijr-fc-Ucy-{h-i oppL-vtu "* * which chixrwilve'reising columns of the ".•ftipoiishire Advocate" present ?

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

!^^MA.RKET" ncs-uy. I iieaif r.'Ci'e penned for fc*u "i small proportion were -■^Tfrsluos for such remained rates had to be ac -■&£ sii other classes. Quotu J^pens bullocks, £11 to £12; , fP°d pens bullocks, I ■P%~indiiim,£7to£S: best cows, j >•£&»*» m Sheep -5889 j lor to-day's sale, con-; ZUrot r,ie<!im descriptions; ■' ftijaae quality being scarce. ! iX/roest sheep were about equal i '.'iC'id-, vfhilst graziers' sorts I Qaotsthtis :-Primc cross- j i'irftrs, IS' to 20;: extra quality, I fi'pi'"': good crossbred wethert, Jiiliinaediom, 14/to 15/6; prime I 17'to IS/; extra quul r$<;i>oo.l crossbred ew$§,. 15/. to ■ £'S1-/ U,'-rb^t.-m^hnrf ■;i yjio to 13-10; .ffood, J21>' to-,. ~'lz!>s-3io5 penned; £ood and > •■-•■piKty befog "'ell represented, j C^ss'kisk demand, and quality ■rr.Jnneeon last week's I dmiers' sorts aIso real- I ^r/pricct. Quotations-.-Prime ' lij to 19/6; extra quality, j 'j.^psns lambs, 15/0 to 16 S; I r'lWo 14G; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

I TllUOAT Al- AUCTIONS AND HOAKSRNKBS.— ; All suil'oi'injr,1'roui irritation of tho throat and I lioni-ouoss will be njircoably surprised at the a jiiost iniroVinte relief atfo&eri by tlie Use of ; '• lii/in n'.s E."niiclii») Troelic^." These f.nnbns '• ioz..'iip.os" nro now &i>ld by most respoctnble clKMiiiRts.in this cninitry. People troubled with a " h.'ii-kiii^- uouijli," a *' sliirl.it• cold," or liroi.c.liijil iilicctioiif, eannot try tiierti too snon, similar trouble*, it' allowed to process, result it) serious Pulmonary and AsTbmniiV A.lfecfi>>ns. feu tli;it ttic signature of John I-. Huown it Son is on evory wrap per. Prepared by John I. Ukown Sc Son, Ut s.oji, U.>.A. Euioptiaii Depot,:J3, Farriiip> din {load, Louder., Iinj;liuid. AN OLD NUitSE FOli CHILDREN. " Mrg Witislow's Soothing Syrup " for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Sootljerf. liie Child, Softens t!ie Gums, Allays all Pain., CurCS-Wind Culie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 January 1914

^31 WELL=k ■lllfiS 4 U? ia^'jas.5 TESTIFY T< ItEtf received from Nurse Catherine Kerting, 176 Dkvii-ltreet, North 312, ia wLicli she cliims Clements Tonic reitored her diughur S tilth. Held «»di word : CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "I am writing of the great good Clements Toms ciky daughter. Early in January last year, she was cjeraled upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was t$tweeks there, and came home very weak aad.rna &nu !purchased severe! bottles of .-.-'Tonic-to ere Iter a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, "a sbe was as we'i as I could wish her before long. It is fedeen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, in my profession as a nurse I have recommended that dicino iimcG out of number. I have seen people re nted to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY taARl) OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never laid to do good when given to any of my patients, or, tfa, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as think fit." (Signed) Rwrndfaro Nurse Evan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

The manager of the Hope Extended (Mr T. Ward) reports:—Shaft Sunk 6ft- 6in. total, 239ft. Gin. ; opening set top level put in at 235ft. ; now engaged opening same. In stock—Spouting, lUdging, and Down Pipe, ] tooling Iron, Baths, Sinks, Cowls, Flour Bins, " Alby" (Jarbiile.—Jas. H. JlultKUTSON, Neill Street, opposite Bunk of Victoria.—[Advt.]

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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

THE CLOSE SEASON. ' , - For the whole year.—-Tits, wild ■turkey, emu, white cranes, fantails, mopoke, laughing jackass, ibis, kanga roos, larks (ali species), lyre birds, mag pie larks, native bears, owls; platypus, robins, curlews, and swallows, wild pige ons and doves of all kinds, black swans. From 1st August till i).30 a.m. on 1st February.—Quail of all kinds, except Californian quail. From 1st July till 5.30 a.m. on lltli February.— Wild ducks and teal of all kinds, wild geese of all kinds, coots, gang-gang cockatoos, magpies, native' companions or Australian cranes, land rail, plovers (except southern stone plover or .'A.rlew), Iionqy-oaturs (except wattle birds and leather heads). < It has been decided that opossums shall be protected in all parts of the State throughout the year, instead of for the six months ending 31st October. The Game Department considers that it will be t.wo or three years before there will be a break in the close season. Owing to the excepti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

TO DO OTHERS GOOD. " I Dave been livintr in S.W. Queensland for thirteen years," writes Mr J. R. Tindale, I'M it or of the Cunnainulla "Watchman." "f)nrin;r that time I have been subject to attacks of diarrhoea and have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relieve me. I can recommend it to anyone suffering from the com plaint. You "may urfcthi:! letter as you see fit for it is written to do othera irood." Sold by .T. U. • Wotherspoori & Co.. Ifeaufort. - '

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THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

THISTLE CLUB. — 4 A special general meeting of the Beaufort Thistle Club was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Wed" nesday night to receive the report of the sub committee appointed to go into, the matter of holding a pipe band contest on Easter Mondav. There were fifteen members present, and the chief (Mr J. H. Robertson) presided. CORRESPONDENCE. From Richmond Pipe Band, stating , they were unable to compete in the proposed pipe band con test, but if free would come upon a future occasion. —Received. Other letters were received from concert artists quoting their fees. The chief reported that the I sub-committee had engaged several of the artists, and were awaiting replies from others. FINANGIAL. Accounts amounting to .£5 0/2 were passed for payment. PIPE BAND CONTEST. The chief reported that as there were no further entries for the con test, thesub-comrriitteeappointed. thought it useless to canvass the town. He had heard indirectly there, was to be no entry from Collingwood, an...

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Too Well Known to Need an "Ad." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

Too Well Known to Need an 06 Ad." This idea tliafc you have lived to long in town that everybody knows you and you don't need to advertise is a mis take. This very indifference to adver tising, indifference to doing business as it is done in this day and age, is what has enabled the catalogue or mail order houses to grow from mere nothing to great concerns. The merchant who can convince the people of his section, and keep them convinced t hat his store is the best place to buy this and that article, will, not lose trade to the mail order house. Of course, lie cannot afford to get out a catalogue as thick as a Bible, but. he can keep an adver tisement in his local paper, and see that it is changed every week, thus keeping' new bargains continually be fore the public. He should also have a mailing li.st, and send our. a- circular letter at least once a month. Don't look upon your country newspaper as an object of charity. There is not a single country newspaper' in the S ate, with a g...

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