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

;Ss. %• We waul: you. men to took oil our Store • as the.])lucc ',wl you can buy every article of:'clothing"voii heed—anct-bity it/ ^hcaix-r and just as good.'.as yon ciui from any Store in all the ■■ State. , : . We go to no end of of paius to keep" our: Stock* right up to the minute hi:style—'whether its the latest :.iu . Ties,;- the newest Shirt novelty, a pair of fancy Sox, or/Svhafviiol, you'll find we have i: fur you.' 'vvir Here are a few in.-Lances of our values in Men's Wear:— Young* ain4 Rochester's FamousXinen Collars, at 3 for 2/6. w Men's All-Wool Cashmere Half Hose. Plain or Fancy Clox, at 1 pair. S.S.S. Galatea Shirts, double-stitched through out, at 3 11 each. Men's Natural All-Wool Under Shirts or | Pants, at 4'6 each. Fashion Shirts. Stiff or Gauntlet Cuffs, in great variety, at 3/6, 4/6, and 5/6. Natural Flannel Under Shirts, and out sizes, too. at 2/11 each. Inspect our New Shipment of Wood-1 row's Famous Felt and Straw Hats. 1 €OUGLa The House of tS o a 3PHOKE, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SNAKE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

SNAKE 'VALLEY. At the conclusion of shearing at the Carngham Estate a ball, organised by Mr F. Nolan, one of the shed hands, was held. The manager granted per mission fov the ball to be held in the newly-erected dining-room at the shear ing quarters. A charge was made for admission, and the proceeds will go to the Ballarat Hospital. A good number attended, and the function was quite a success. j By the death of Mrs Margaret Mur ray, which occurred at her residence," j Snake Valley, on Friday, 23rd inst., Carngham district loses another of its oldest identities. The deceased lady, who was in her 85th year, had been ail ing for some time, and was one of the most patient sufferers. . Although of such a bright temperament, she bore the seclusion of the sick room. with re markable cheerfulness, and without a single murmur. The funeral took place j on Monday afternoon, the remains being j interred in the Presbyterian portion of the Carngham Cemetery, in the presence, of a very large numbe...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

J",LUaAT PRODUCE MARKET. I EUt . Thursday. i Prim- Tiaktny;. Oats : ■^in" 'V i'&r,e-v : Pri^s4/6 to 4/9; S^\3/9V'; °"P* S/4. ^itfe£,5g/-lrPollard' _ ,in qi chaffing, £o 15/: man B* £6 t,V c-W' £2 x?/t0 £3 »/. Pota ■7% PiTfV ai'"1Y.lin2: to variety and iu ^'v^"^riai- factory prints, m £,"^separator. JOjd : dairy, l^itj Racon—Sides, 10d ; *<8ig J.'- Lard, SJd. Cheese, cover of darkness a oonternpt I'^taitthasbten cutting and baggin» . V^o; tvy; in the paddock at tbe 1 If "j1 "The Riponshire Advocate | I A reward of £1 will willingly he |'a \w information leading to the yJ!l®on of the thief. L 'fW. Silver, postmaster at Beau- : I w?,s ™tifiert some months ago; I L Aransfer to liochester, has been , if?. * month's holiday, and ordered I cjiarge of the Rochester office at 1 1 £ ^teion of his holiday. Mr Silver' to pes'saa'le the Depart- , 1 him to remain at Beau l'Rafter Xmas. i J11*"1?? neglected to forward '■•"if5 n ^'^for analvsis, as required CM.f,pMe Foods Act,' t...

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

JMSLTEVES AT ONCE. ■' i liavii always found Chamberlain's Colic amf Diarrhoea Keinedy an absolute *af<; remedy for colic and diarrhoea," pay* Mrs Julia Wakely, 7S Hall street, Wan jjamri, N.Z. " For many year* I suffered from colic pains, but since nsinsj Ohambei Colic and Diarrhocu K'cir.'-dy lind that my general health is immh improved, for it relieves suffering at once."

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

EUROPE ifeoJi's' ol iaiiTmittent \ilics l!;ivc driven the 'Vin-' l'ornaue ■'"j.tJc in Western Belgium ■!r |fc have held our ground Vni. In file eastern thea , 'J Kassians are follow f:, succcssiiil first blow at • :/ in ihe fighting west of 'jjf- unexpected news Has i;/-,f of an insiwrection in .. 1'jfp .Stntv and Trans it Oenerals Beyers and l' rftf reporter with '.trench's stml states that tars made en ; he cnviuy ) ,'jrigadr in Western ttel Ovrnmn eorpses were f,';;:- trenches. af.wy" H {fJi? Wt>r'l ased fay itfe'Oiiice iii reviewing: the1 j ;iV western theatre of war. j '(.'tWifw have crossed the/ _ ;.t VV'osifn Relg-ium. {;1(}y I flinker progress in I Tiis! Bengal Lancers and 1 iilirka.-fiave been in action I j-wiiw Germans have been jsrMWir,inter the Indians I as) dead and wounded if. ;k'ir oat, losses btdng in-j I in ivmpxrixvii. Further/ j A', hands of tnt> Russians by the (rermans in I t-ai'.Ms J fiat the enemy l tt'mmded and hjV eotn- j ■I"1 Boer rehed. Colonel 1 ' (...

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

^l-tilKjjoKA WHKXTEETKING. j jka fa'thui^ inv Uttlt*. -rirl suffered IWrh.i-1." -;!,vh Mrs Alice ;™V;|" ('r'';-v- "*'**• ■' Whe» first .lo'-tor, bat his -'-.-.-I whsvover. As U! ,i! "5 "5* 'li^rlHiea in r'liui; :,Vll | was jrreatlj* jS, rr" j"'r '*• ••'•.v do^es of Cbatu ''•■'•iiciiy and i!i:;w^i!on.y. in a ^V^-l 11 ii'.iprovein'jnt '••'""'i .juicxly v.,.)] again."

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]ARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

IBliiljlT STOCK MARKET, j SaS Tuesday. 221 iv»l ua:nc to hand for principally of 3<..:ai u^.-'-'riptions, a fair v.-ith a few odd pens, t-'riere «-as h full attendance of Vjsiii thrti'.i^iwut fiio sales, coni i'aii'Sv 'hnVtc, though for ' Viitosof the pre- j ?r5 weiv hardly maintained. Jiiriir-'voi'irlit.? were mucb j for ;ir fuiiy late values, n-HViii'm. Quotations .-—Prime t'N !■; £15; extra to £15 :-7»j. -12 to £}:>: useful, "c £;!: c<rt;s to £?. s-a ; 'he -::k! for j br^b"-!!? \w;.ik, fen'ti-5,"-'M-vh:!' Sheep-j L::hrr;.'.'!Voe! for to-day's j ^r.y-n 1^2! printti „:;ff.rw ii-'.'f'ii descriptions, , !. v.-ith a few pens'! a lisc-w v;as a larjre attendance ; faSKd for best descriptions eora ferii-J fairly oris'?, 'hough ihfe j :'i'prai>previous week i a is!; maintained. For other! a feir demand existed, graz- ] ■fe mow freely than usual, b i™:-? anything approaching j pj avjisr vviiii. Quotations 'jtssbrei wethers, 16/ to 18/4; Ki; to 15/: useful. 12 to...

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

Ni-.YEU HESITATES TO RECOM MEND THEM. "My daughter suffered with indigestion and tried many medicines without getting relief," writes Mrs E. J. Osborne, Sptmsley BtreoU Oiifttm Hill, Vie. "Having' Clr.Mnl'url.-iin's Tablets in stock 1 advised her ti> 1'i'y t'f-D, which she did, getting immediate relief. I take Chamberlain's Tablets-myself, and iind they are the best 'medicine of their kind, it is possible to get." Sold hv .l.'ft. Woiberepoon & Co.'

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BRASS BAND CONTESTS. ROZELLE (N.S. W.) SUCCESSFUL. BANDMASTER WITH FIVE WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

BRASS SAND CONTESTS. ROZELLE~(N.S. W.) SUCCESSFUL. | BANDMASTER "WITH FIVE WINS- ! Though the weather v.-a? intensely disagreeable in Baliarat on Saturday for the concluding events of the South Street competitions, being very hot wich dust blowing in all directions, the result financially was highly satisfac tory. The attendance at the City Oval, where the brass bands were contesting, fell away in the afternoon. Hut full compensation was received by the South Street Society, in the evening, when in point of numbers of persons present all previous gatherings were eclipsed. Be tween 20,(XX) and 25,000 people were on the ground. The chief attraction was the declaration of the results of the brass bands' contests, which had been in progress for throe days. While those were waited for entertainment in the ] shape of moving pictures and vaudeville : performances was supplied from throe ! platforms on the arena, and a display , of fireworks was given by the Phoenix Company. The Rozelle Ban...

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

I Canada is nearly thirty ism- ^ / large as Great Britain nnd Itth' f t ' M") total area ot the Dominion & / only 237,000 square miles kss <* |« f I that of I Europe. the quare uw™ , f whole Continent*^ I . The Teaoeisee'c Shtr a''tiorit!!. / are compelling ail bachelor* f\< j certain age to pay & hcer,ee lf/ £l yearly. Some inco^^f.^fl / them have - resolved i dom is cheap at the price. I j-Parts 0f the world *Sr ^ , enjoy a great deal ofHcenCe • / no fee. / Hai/ the men condemned t0^ I are executed. In the me j only one out of tea $u®r> 0 , P&aalty.

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

f'oi.ii.- u> i'Hi; .,1,..^. .My Iii'li- v'in vv t< ;t ^v.y bllil Ci-M- is!; (...»• "li—-p.. MrCv.| SM;: ■>(•>. \ :r. "V Mi !.'.<< {ha; !:r w..tijii in- i'.;, fur l-rvi'.llt a!,.i |„ 11 !!;- | I KI si'cnu-t! (ii -_''n'r 'ii11: u> if.V t e-iy •••.mi i/i tii.'.'i: i .'!■ 'Nivv Ihi'lii. Ni'V, I i; see ;i!iv .-i«n- <•!':• iH,'in -illJiiii. 1 v. iiOitli." n! i1 ":;J| l.'titt*; my luTjic.Si'lii -I. ii. ft" & Co. Titf atter.iiosof funrrwhaver--J-? by K. Towriuci* jc W ♦•"■'"--iiiCK mm-fcwvemea .<:ur, jsiJa sStri-e:s, ilii.'.tn;. j: ,-rJii; nouncp/rout in .vir! 1/ ai- i=ri I , bndw>? Weill*. t . rtv. ss"ac ( ^juate. i". ri wii/i ;.:r itiraus U whether tin-;,- wani., w :l:<> orop.V:-' caV n«v hwae; Our rt-u/lf.-. .iiviii'.iio! fls;:aw,wif.r wijl bi; icr'.vjimsaJ. ...j-r ;:iv. jVt:»;£ r>rici^'s w,n-,.urct' o ovtra 7 w-dn-orc ;ir.i liijiL'-.r-r.-om ! ;;t(icial iiMi.® iVai-lfci tts m' A'ok'rt> a- x-...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BED AS A PUNSIHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

bed as a punishment' No more fantastic panisbmsit®3 / well be conceived, than that aiti / out, a while since, by a mgi't^" 1 in Kansas, to a man charged rii I being intoxicated. The prisoner & / sentenced to seven days in hA id was conducted home by a policed I who stood by while be vnire^ / himself, and ■ then tucked himc® I snugly between the sheets. ( I "I-sentence jou to take .row® I and' baby to Coney Island c^11 / week , to kiss her at hast uflf*1 ! day, and jive her fire dollars w&fi 11 further suggest that you Pre j* I a bunch of flowers once in $ I You are commanded not to / your mother-in-law to interfere I your household arrangement rs" / sentence is of four veelv' (furaW8, I At its expiration you will ixrt'1 I port here. If you hare no( / the - sentence you frill be I for contempt of court." Snch / common-sense judejnent P3^ ... I Brooklyn, U.S.A., by Judge By / botham, before whom a . |||p / charged with deserting bis fl JR| p I child. ¥"' ^

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BEAUFORT BRANCH. A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

'f O.i SfVill-VuI; ;\unve meters auemfoi r.ighuv n.eoUin, <s; lllt. ... . bnmcii A..n.a., ,lt. use jaitute on Ttiesuay e.pwn l/n-TUke > ,.^vu, chair- A. .J. i.:mun, s ' vue carnival m aw c,i ik t'aU"i"t.c Kuiiu, \\Tit;p ju^Ti ooo- 01 lii'.uvis UR Reectvwi. Circulai., i« uvt1 the crwauu* against tin- v.^j •were flisaibuUn. Biice oi a rouime u;uuri; with. Oni new momUcT was and one. yvoixiwi'd. 'Vhr pio^l ot an honorary uimb.T xcas also" et'iveri, hut it was tiet rtwi to t saraiv u> the Fv nuily Socivtittir v, jcii- s>f^r.?a» mewLCts ««tc o^l on and on the sick list, and siek-yay amount m. to ■wevf passed tut vaymvii.. 'w rotary "was ai;$Wisv<*\ t« yuv ance (AO o\v ?.•; tor die sh^h] last ny.'1'Hnc 0111 oi petty eas;, president nwut onen tta a \cas 1o ou u" uc^t iiM'vxd 5Xr Sanfts, and tto> Jioniit&uos] oiliccrs would a\y> tarc viw*. :pacUham rr.mpV,lined Vn«t been charged medical -am efrte i'or a dau^WrT oi his wi. ■whr.ii, at the tinn- h?...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 31 October 1914

LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. . The monthly meeting of the fxipon fihire Council takes place on Monday. I Tenders are invited for the supply of lire wood. A general meeting of the Beaufort Athletic Club is to be held at the Mech anics' Institute on Monday evening to adopt programme of sports for Boxing Day, appoint band judge, &c. One hundred and thirty-four passen gers left the Beaufort railway station on Saturday morning by special train for Ballarat to witness the band con tests. Between 80 and 90 residents left by the ordinary^train at 8.30 a.m. For home-mado Jam.' now be sure. You buy it at I'iunglk's—it's pure. The C'oi-nor, Beaufort. A second payment of £110/ from the State School, Raglan, to the patriotic fund has been made by the head teacher, i making £710/ up to date. , j Mr Reid Murphy, the newly-appointed police magistrate for the Ballarat dis trict, paid his first official" visit to Beau fort since his appointment on Tuesday. A clean charge-sheet and the dearth of j ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

MINING NEWS. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports : -North-west branch reef drive extended 47ft.; total, 517ft.; cut back for' long clips and started No. 5 rj.se and risen Gft. South off west branch roof drive extended 34ft. : total, 401ft. ; payable. No 3 west oil' same extended 8ft.; total, 128t't.: last Sfb" poor; stopped, and opened No. 4 west and driven 12ft*. ; reef risen 2ft.. over back laths ; stopped. Opened No. 2 east and driven 12it. ; payable. One party blocking in north off west branch reef drive. No. 3J rise-Two parties blocking. i Mr P. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reports : Main bottom level extended to 1053ft.. ; put. up.six bores from 32ft. to 27ft. to wash, four of which showed gold. The face of drive is 250ft. past the old ground. 50ft back l'rom facr> put in long caps, and started rising No. 1 rise this after noon. South-west branch reel: drive extended 39ft. : total, from branch, 536ft. Top level—East prospecting j drive off No. 4 south to...

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

DY.SF.NTEEY CHECKED. "My Jittfe dau^lrter, wlien J 4 months old, was vory fill with. tlysen-, tery/' . says Mr. William !•'. Lt>ng, "Rose. Villa,^ Camden Street, Nmv town, N.S.\V. "My wifo wa» fcoM. of C&anihcriaini* Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, afid I sot a boi-tle at onci*. We save it (o th#> cliild as. directed, and after six doses the dysentery Toft? hesr ; her appetite returned, and she had fill the.. fSJergv. of a ilea It.hv riiSd;"

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

• - • Tuesday. r atr cattle : zdt> cattle came lorwarri for to-day's sale, consisting of a major ity of good anrl useful bullocks. There was an average attendance of buyers present, and competition was active, values for all descriptions being firm, with an upward tendency for prime qua lity pens. Quotations :—Prime pens bul locks, .-£13 15/ to 51-1 17/0 ; good, £U 15/ to £12 15/; medium, .£7 15/ lo £9 15/: best cows, to .£9; extra, to £12 7/6. Calves : 52 penned ; best forward selling to £7. Sheep : 6528 came forward fin to-day's sale, majority being good to medium descriptions, only a small num ber being prime quality. There was a better demand for good to medium qua lity, the graziers operating more freely, and values show an improvement on late rates. Prime quality sold about equal to last week's prices; but heavier weights bad an easier tendency. Quo tations :—Prime crossbred wethers, 16/ to 17/6; extra quality, to 18/9; good cross .bred wethers, 14/ to 15/; medium, 12/ to 1...

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NARROW ESCAPE FROM DROWNING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

NARROW ESCAPE FM DROWNING. Miss Lily Kay, theeldestdaugh ter of Mr A. Kay, of Trawalla, was saved from drowning by'her mother on Wednesday under dra matic circumstances. It appears that Hiss Kay had gone to a waterhole in "the creek to draw water, the depth of which is about 9ft. and the bank very steep. The young woman slipped in, screaming as she did so. Her mother heard the screams, and came out-, but assuming that it • was the cries of some tame swans i kept by the family, went indoors, j The girl went down the second ! time, and screamed ,when she j came up. Knowing that her daughter had gone to the creek, the mother now realised that she must have fallen into the water. Mrs Kay made a rush for the place, which is about 200 yards from the house, and as she went she picked up a fishing; rod lying on the road. When the mother arrived the girl had ap parently just sunk for the third j ] time. Mrs Kay saw her daugh-j j ter's hat floating on the surface, i and promptly pushed the fi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

SALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. iue market to-day showed an easjer tendency in all Hues, and potatoes- went !uck from 10/ to 15/ a ton. Wheat, at thu official price of 4/9, tbtjre is nothing doing. Seilerd cannot be located. Oats, 3:9 for feed; seed oats tir;oblainabli\ I'uas, nominally 6/ for hund-thru-shud duns. Barley—English, of prime qual ity. 5.6: Cape, 1/ to 4/3. - Hay, £5 15/; !ii;i!!<r<M' hay, .-£<!. Potatoes, from to i'7. to variety, condition, and ijuaiiiy. Straw, £2. 15/ i'or bedding, and ii|> !(• H'-'i 7/G i'or prime oat mi, suitable for I'odrl.T. Flour, £1010/. Bran. 15/. Pollard, £7. Butter- -Prime factory print:?..'!/: lupin, Hid; separator, 10^.1; *i:uiy, >ci. Eggs, J)fl. Bacon--Sides. lUd:' mi'JilKjs. 1'; hams, 1'. Lard, Sjd. Clioo.~e, Sid. IL- v On Wednesday a bush-fire originated in the vieinity.'of Shicer's and Perso vvrance gullies and swept over a large area of bush eotintrv. It is reported thai Mr P. Grant, "of Trawal...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

■—iVirmacp We want you men to look on our- Store as the place where*4 you can buy every article of clothing you need—and buy it cheaper and just as .good as you can from any Store in ;ail the State. We £0 to no end of of paius to keep our Stock right up to the minute in. style—whether its the latest in Ties, the newest Shirt novelty, a pair of fancy Sox, or what not, you'll find we have it ior you. ' Her; are a lew instances of our values ia Men's Wear:— Young and Rochester's Famous Linen Collars, at 3 for 2/6. Men's All-Wool Cashmere Half Hose, Plain or Fancy Clox. at 1/ pair. S.S-S. Galatea Shirts, double-stitched through out. at 3 11 each. Men's Natural iUI-Wool Under Shirts or Pants, at 4 6 each. Fashion Shirts, Stiff or Gauntlet Cuffs, in great variety, at 3/6, 4/6, and 5/6. Natural Flannel Under Shirts, and out sizes, too, at 2H each. Inspect our New Shipment of Wood row's Famous Felt and Straw Hats. I 1 if G. H. GOOGLE,! The House of Quality^ BEAUFORT. sPH03S"Ef 22. Telephone...

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