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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

MIDDLE CI®. (|-'i:u.U "I.-K COltKlCSl'ONDKNT.) The October meeting- of the Middle Creek branch of the A.N.A. was held in ;the Public Hall on Saturday. 31st ult., when there was a very large attend ance. The vice-president. Mr H. 3fcLeod, occupied (the chair. The chief business of the even ing was the nominations of officers for ensuing six. months. Messrs H McLeod and T. W. Waldron were the only nominations for positions' of president and vice president respectively. It was unanimously decided to ask the Chief President, Mr A. M. Taylor, to he present at next meeting and instal the officers. A dis cussion took place as to the ad visability or otherwise of sending delegares to the next conference. Messrs de Hugard and W. Pick ford were 'strongly in favor of delegates. and offered £1 each towards expenses. It was moved |>y E. Fay. and seconded by H. Dunn. .iunr.. that owing to the bad year and the low state of the funds of the branch, no delegate should be sent this year unless a m...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

[dtrotate, Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1914. Senior-constable Hunter, of, Beau fort, is on his annual leave: the local police station being in charge of Con stable Evans. The Derby and Oaks wore won by Carlita, and the Cup by Kingsburgh; Alwynton being second, and Moonbria third for the Cup. An enjoyable euchre tournament was held on Thursday night between teams representing the Beaufort Oddfellows' Lodge and Fire Bridgade : the former winning by 22 games to 19. The anniversary of Guy Fawkes- day was celebrated ai Beaufort on Thursday night'. Numerous bonfires were lighted, and there was a great deal of jubilation amongst the juveniles, who amused themselves by exploding fireworks. ..-j The rainfall at Beaufort for October, as registered by Mr J. Mclveich, was j 55 points, against 112 points for the i corresponding-' month last year. For| the run months 10.11 inches has been] registered, compared with 21.52 inches ; for the same months of 1913. If you wan...

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

r, TRIED . A SAMPLE. "Some years ago I wa« subject 4o biliousness, >from which $ couiW set no relief,"' says Mr. W. Gv Miller, Gro cer, LmdTioln, iNVS.WV "i njas given a sample 'o£ - Chamberlain's Tablets, and. a icvr hours at tor taking i.Sifem all tirace of biliousness was completely gone. Whenever there has been, a re currence of t'ho trouble, I have sot immediate relief from Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold bv J. R. Wot.her spoon and Co.

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

WITH THE GREATEST CON FIDENCE. *•14) is with great' pleasure I voice the praises, of Chamberlain's ' Colics unci' Diarhooa Remedy,'writes Mr. William E. M'Kay, Postmaster, Koro miko, N.K. "I have always ,touted it. n&ssfc effective in . tfc# 'txeaeraen't ot Diarrhoea' and' dysentery and always iiav® a supply in the house-for 'family usp,, When I was storekccpmla; I used to recommend Chamffrerlair/s Colic and) Diarrhoea 'Remedy :to mv custo mers with' the greatest confidence

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

/ SPROUTING ALMONDS. I The Assistant Horticultural Pert in New South Wales has gi"en / the following information oa / matter of "Keeping and spro;:ttn.sr I almonds ;—"Throw into bottom I of a box sufficient sand to row ar> I inch deep, then a layer of nuts, co'-fl I with another inch of sand, m*1 s0 / on, to within a few ineiies of the | top. Afterwards water well 'r'-^ 3 I sprinkler and again during the ji" I ter whenever the sand pets too ■ • ■ • I The sand has to be pretty s7:2' I rated with water, especially '• about July 1 until planting ■' I August, September, or October. cording to the locality■ Tbc I are then planted in drills and f-1 ed to a depth of 2 to 3 in. ' are worked on their offfl sWfi's*

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 2nd NOVEMBER, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. I Monday, 2nd November, 1914. . J Present—Crs. Hannah (president), Slater, Stewart, Halpin, Car stairs, Lewis, Roddis, and Sinclair. The minutes of tbeprevious meeting, as type-written and circulated, were taken as read and confirmed. Gr. Halpin apologised for the absence of Cr. Trengove, who had hurt his ankle. —Received; the president stating they were all sorry to hear of Cr. Tren gove's injury. Correspondence. From Postmaster-General's Depart ment (per Hon. J. C. Manifold, M.P.). stating re establishment of direct, tele phonic communication between Beaufort and Skipton, that inquiry had been made, and that reports- submitted by the Deputy Postmaster-General indicate Shat the financial aspect of the proposal is as follows—Estimated cost of line, : £898 5/3ininimura revenue required, £42 12,11' per annum ; estimated revenue per annum, £22 2/7. estimated deficiency, £20 10/4 per annV.rn-; 3ess 50c/c of defi ciency borne by Department, £10 5/2 ; amount of deficie...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MANURIAL EXPERIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

MANURIAL EXPERIMENTS. i The following "conclusions" have . been arrived at by the Agricul'ur! Chemist of New South Wales (Mr. Y. B. Guthrie) as a result of five jears' experiments conducted et ills Wag a j State Farm, "with n view to drier ; mine the most suitable manuring for i whtat. 1. On new and fairly io.-.d . land the addition cf yuan-itrs rt ! superphosphate (i- cwt. f cwt. prr j acre) alone gives better re-ults for j the first few years than mixtures of i complete manures. This initial advan | tage disappears, however, after fee j first two or three years, and a com j Plete manure is noc;ssary to obtain I the best results. 2. The use of nitrate of sola, or of sulphate of ammonia, alcne, bas no influence on the yield, and it would appear that superphosphate occupies the same position as a ; manure for wheat that nitrate of • I soda does in Europe. j 3, Basic slag is equally effective I with superphosphate, and has the ad vantage that the beneficial e^s continue for a longer p...

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

The secretary of the Beaufort Athletic Club desires to acknowledge with th&nks the receipt of a donation; of &2 2!■ from Mr Chas. Lewis, of Stoneleigh Estate, towards the Boxing Day sports and band contests. For Cast Shares, all make3, Plow Chains, Harness, American Plows, Seed Drills, and up-to-date Implements, you i should try Hawkes Bros., The Iron mongers, Beaufort.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE DAIRY. POINTERS IN CALF RAIS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

- POINTERS IN CALF A great many dairymen take the call immediately from the cow, nevei allowing it to suck. Others will al low the calf to ta'v?. part of the milk for three or lour days. In any event, it is essential that the calf shall have the first milk from a fresh cow, as the colostrum is necessary in start ing the digestive system of the call. The cali should he fed at least three times a day for the first week o! its life. The quantity ot whole milk fed to the calf must be deter mined by the size of the calf, tut at first should not he more than two or tliree pints per meal, and gradually, increased. If the calf is left on the cow lor the first four or five days, she should be milked out so that the calf will not get' too much milk. At the end of ttoe first week, it might • receive four or five pints at morning.; two to four at noon, and four to six at night. Many farmers cannot be bothered feeding the calf at mid day. In such cases the calf for the first three weeks will not...

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

•Mm M L"vY OTHERS. ; Sbov William used to get y'aitacks of coughing at. ;-KK Mr. CarpcniUT, Mus Vr* North Kf)i%ha'iiipTO^. V -■tin's Coudi Remedy was y sav'nrr ine many !a sle6p 4 jor a couple of doses al %(i iiim v.-hr-n t he cougbmff <■ Bciore using Chsrriberlaios I "se° ^anv othci ad g?v£ CAm and o.

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[?]FORT THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

& THISTLE CLUE. ,r, ,r.- of the- Bv&al'ort Thistle ,r.d'r annua) bairnt-' night r.t Jiu)] on Friday night, Wxlt u;s^8 large attendance or ;:n.i rhe gathering and enjoyable . .4.f <c rhr cl«b (31r ■). H. ; n«?:do.i A namoer of ^ar^ri:: r;s for i he children. s?;)on. and bun \vjry anrjsjr^-. Other '^.•fcivs wc-ro she laughable /o' i'iiM&Ccd ."-hiiaron eo "pin and ;idd the: tail IZfcW'nv blackboard. Each Kyfarf swy from the "dm." |fctwnfc« .U?ss.\f{^gie McKhv ■*' j, efcibkura of B ighl&nd usbe ro^ioerio.'JS were contribute:} Jss5onr3. .fuvenHe. orebes\; »{? ^datW.wffl^xrtfx?r?:of3St ... ' "" Tanies. Danca music r.nsse? Kodgers, A. w McKerraf, and Mr D. w; Ckinfich H. Hunter acted K<^3: ^pper, provided by js partaken uf. Mr P. T. □ cipaiiv d;schsrc"o.(f the saere

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

iU T JP*. "C •e~»^ -~r, 'SOiu^ of Large Experience j'^niniend kortinc |j Vic VfCLTO. Waul ^ooi CLEWEKTS i, Wi\& Joue my fcugc- • ? % la \wxv Vcsl vt^r> U f>:» (jjwaiti up<ro for V fete. %: was eigftt \ r^valkkE#^., ! We \erv weak WWb. \ eweber several \;^U (li CWitrAS toTlic. \'; (V:ti A'cajlfitnetl V.ef vius as v?e\\ «>£ * i^VKV&ttbticre UiB£ n%a 3tc.rs ago I a.s t liurte ■\'1:' W ttwrnrntude^ il< p^hltuKakt. Wave ■\lf*K^\4Tts\oieft lobt'JvVi tr^wslV., tsi fes iV.fc pi V.r^rJ ol it. ^ V iiM Vj Jo &go4. * U5£te*S. >•»*; artirttr U • " • Save, &d Dir.'»" " i ;^Mt«Co2*Kp5.lir,3, JT- >•.■:*; ■; ^ JV.**a -,r, otter ovv-**' *» ^&35tS t, tfMSS SHU. fl• 0 w ■I The retiring 'iirectore, Messrs .1. R. j : Wotherapoon, C. L. Bryant, A. R- Holds-' ? worth,'JO. Davey, T. F. Moron, and J. f McDonald were're-eieiited. ."Messrs A. Parker ant! D. T. Boaher. i were re-elected auditors. ^Subsequently the mine manager, Mr P. M...

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NORTHERN HOPE. [?]-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

ITHERN HOPE. »ir.vr.AKl.Y MEETINU t-iii-vearly meeting of share bi-iii' Northern Hopf; Conxpany fji) i\ BaHarat on Friday T.5)thult; Mr J. Ii. Wotherspoon Jiv.:. There was u large attend lES'tfciwHei'S' u5j, in moving the adoption jsjn 2nd baiancc»-shei:t. said Introspects for the future were laat. The reel drive, which at "ofthe last meeting Ihev were lis: starting, had now bean lixy would be rising in 'the ksatnnch of the roe's; drive in n'might. In the north reef life; me boring at the present : Tnebare had been erected a few | a, With two or three more birr wild soon reach the proper k'itegroimd. and on completion psgtr expected to be able to rise Eftcand. They had obtained Inathe reef drive, and that was pfadry as a bone. The* reef fsssi considerable distance past so that they were ready «a«s.'Tftfc plan showed the isdslappat disadvantage*. For Jfee.cbpnier.t had been stopped pferfetleve's in the principal pciRs, but the'wash had been fele quality up to the point f dipped. The ...

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

Dried orange peel, allowed to smoul der on a piece of red-hot iron or an old shovel, will bill any bad odour in existence, and leave a fragrant one behind instead. The flounder lays seven million eggs a year. 1953.

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CHAPTER XV. VLADIMIR STARTS A LANDSLIDE [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

CHAPTER XV. | VLADIMIR STARTS A LANDSLIDE ine mgnt wore on. It would never be forgotten by at least one of the participants in the wild ride. ! Dugdale might have thought it a pretty tough experience, but that consideration for himself was entirely overwhelmed .by regard., for his com panion. - lie "insisted upq'h; using what rough cushions the .telega boasted so that they would in a measure protect Isolde from cruelJcontact with sun dry sharp edges of the seat and. side of the swaying;, bounding vehicle, during' those hurricane bursts of speed. She saw what he was doing and demurred. "Ah, monsieur, you rob yourself. I cannot, will not, allow you to do so'much," was the way in-which she expressed the feeling of gratitude that swelled within her heart Dug-dale was courteous, but firm. He meant to have his way in this case, at least. He even declared, with the utmost sang froid, that he particularly enjoyed being punched in the back and ribs by these project ing corners. Why, it was a...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

O R, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. 3y St. George Rathborne, Author at "Omar Kassara," etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. Owen Dugdale, 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 telega driven by Vladimir, a Don Cossack, who fears neither man nor devil, ap- ; proaches the town of Rustchuk. j Shortly after passing a mounted mili- j tary, officer and two Cossacks, our j traveller discovers a wrecked telega j in his path, On investigation Owen is startled by the discovery that the lucklesd vehicle is occupied by a lady and he becomes conscious of a strange shock on finding himsel...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

I SCHKPUIiK A.—CLAUSK 4 (b). J NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A MINING LEASE. I THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby give 9 notice that, within ten days from the date hereof j I will leave with the Warden of the Mining Division of Beaufort an application for a Lease, the particulars whereof are hereunder set forth : | Name in full of applicant or applicants, I and style under which it is intended that the business shal) he carried on—James Alfred Harris. Full address of each applicant—Beaufort. Supposed extent of ground applied for, and whether on or below the surface, or both, or a lode—About 500 acre9; both on and below the surface. Name and address of each person {if any) who i» owner of and who is m occupation of the land, so fair as the applicant has been able to learn—Mrs Mcintosh, D. Stewart, Geo. Topper, J. A. Harris, .Beaufort. Fall description and precise locality of J the ground—Due south from Beaufort, about two miles from township of Beau fort, on Stockyard Hill road. Term required—15 ye...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XIV. THE MAD PLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

CHAPTER XIV. THE MAD PLIGHT. That name might be potent enough to work wonders, but since Dugdalo did not even know who the baron was, he somehow could not under stand how their condition had grown worse. Gratschef! was the man to whom he naturally looked for ail trouble. Of course, the baron came" in for a share of his hatred, because of him Isolde had been made to suffer ; and yet he did not know but that he ought to thank this cruel persecutor, since but for him he, Dugdale, would never have mpt the one who now sat so near nim, and who filled a j vacant spot in his life so wonderful ly well. Vladimir also knew that bugle call. He had heard it oft when with the fighting general, • and never without a warm glow ; but now it possessed not the . same significance, since his heart was being weaned from its birthright, allegiance to Russia. Looking back, Dugdale could see some signs of commotion within that space where the citadel and the bar racks of the soldiers were situated, and he ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PART 5. CHAPTER XIII. THE SHADOW OF THE BARON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

PART 5. CHAPTER XIII. THE SHADOW OF THE BARON. Just as the Cossacki had so sipaply said, the telega awaited them in a retired spot beyond the fork of the road. By the time they reached it the clouds parted and allowed the moon an opportunity to peep out, which gave Dugdale a chance to cast his eyes over the outfit Vladimir had provided. He made no remark, since time was so valuable and every minute count ed : but as he tossed the two bags into the vehicle he saw the driver had the saddles, just as he promised, two of the queer Cossack build, and the third a genuine lady's saddle, which Owen had not believed could be found within fiftj miles of Rust chuk. Vladimir was indeed a wonder, and had a peculiar ability for ferreting out things. There were three horses attached to the waggon, something Beldom seen ; but a Cossack could handle half a dozen of the beasts with greater ease than any Roman horseman ever ex hibited in those days of Nero and Caesar, when chariot races were the rage....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 November 1914

i ^ j GCHEDULE of Application to be dealt j with at this Office on Thursday, j 19th November, 1914, at 10 o'clock :— j Parish of Beaufort.—Chas. E. Ball, 20 acres at Main Lead, in Sec. A, north west of Allot. 5. J, CHAS. J. JOY, Land Officer. District Lands Office, Ballaarat, 5/11/14. LOST, Gold name BROOCH (Ettie), at Beaufort. Finder rewarded on returning same to this O/fiee. FOR SALE, STRIPPER (Martin, Gawler, S.A.). first-class order; also Double-seated WAGGONETTE, nearly new. Apply G. TOPPER, Beau ! fort. BEAUFORT DEEP LEADS G.M. CO. No Liability, Beaufort.—A CALL, the 14th, of One Penny (Id) per Share, has been made on the Capital of the above-named Company, due and payable ; at the Registered Office, Lydiard-street, Ballarat, on Wednesday, 11th November, 1914. j A. J. PEACOCK, Manager, ! SOCIETIES' HALL, BEAUFORT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH. m UP-TO-DATE PROGRAMME OF BP K CI *lCr M BtfB Net Proceeds in Aid of Local Patriotic Funds. ADMISSION—Adults, 1/; Children, 6d. -ELECTRIC L...

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