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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

Annual meeting beaufort CRICKET CLUB at Mechanics' Institute, tuesday evening, 17th inst. Everyone cordially invited. E. lilley, Convener. Lost, Child's BROOCH, initialled e.H. Finder rewarded on return ing' same. Mrs.' W. boldsworth. Tenders are invited for the sinking of a shaft on the Hope West Ex tended Lease at Trawalla. Specifica tions may be inspected at Golden. Age Hotel, and Tenders are returnable before 4 p.m. on Thursday, November 19, 1914. s. HANQPCK. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. TAS. H. ROBERTSON, Plumber and tP Tinsmith, begs to thank his num erous customers for their generous sup port for the past eight years, and to announce that he has removed to new and more commodious premises at the corner of Havelock and Neil] Streets (next Buchanan Bros.), where the same superior workmanship will be carried on. The public are invited to come along and inspect. Religious Services. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1914. Presbyterian Church.—Lexton, 11; Waterloo, 3; Beaufort, 7—Rev. A. J. Stewart. Be...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]MENT CLAIMS. [?] OF ELECTORAL ACT. [?] [?]RGANISER FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

I ictobAiu .4CX»;: ANISES FINED. v 0?' . ,-- 3-rdc.vn Police Court on btfore Dr.DeaaiHy fj'a Morrison ana 0. Arm J\-S Hor.ry James Hsssett featxhc instanceof Richard J>'Soral inspector}. with hav " •' 1914. at Oamper fefe* statement of Hampden, viz., a \1. th-t he h:"*-<? soon the s3id Tfcthrrine McOuIlagh sign the fcanilar luiditioii.-it charges were j l^bst "sttif- defendant, the : silked to tneir | i eisfrrs fur enrolment in the if df:fer.ci;ir.f., being Alice . Grorsr^ Stanley Chris .j Daffy, :mii Wiiliam Stratton. f5,Jones repivsentod the Crown : p:I Z George anrwared for the 3cf guiity v.io entered, except seas. [fesststft! ih'it he had been m Chief Se?retary'sdepart l-ssxk for 2 severe penalty. lik'h impeded a fine of .€3 on l<6iije, in default of payment, fes'impi-iscnniont in each ease, iir Jones's application, costs :to£9 were niiowed. : qmlied for time, and was : £10 down, and .£4 per ini&icc was l > the eltect mat Iz23'h who occupies t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

■ R-w: i<t0SVRSK Ft)K CHU.tHiKN. Syrup "■ for jV.lnnc. SsoaJd 3?wsiy< fit* £ CjiiMrou '-vhifi: Totuhiiii*. Ir |.,;S'.t.., Chi'd. s,-f:?n~ tho (t'uam, Mi.iw< Win«i Colic am: is ijy Ifei'.'hci'.:. fHree >h:- VYinslow's Soatn :>i.u<"2«»r one month ; oW. Jutff ■. in'.;:-' oiu :;sjd mj tO-HT il .m>, it tiii'. &bor«* a:?:-.: t?itj f.'uiriccer • •-.hasijyi for fchw better.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

Nurse'; Evans ^ few Gcplv.ja e_5 r'^ ^ftsTOststjgie," Wmmmim J S>SSB essisg JjtaWf years la Tagt sad Vietorig, s© as cSese"™a!eag% 1? ^ppaUcBfsEfe a aEfgg H 6gS| Eefi Sc4 s0f ^ Q i&ta. i,,h * ™?e seised have £S,'n [ cevef eoBldl SSSPds iSsjm-s N.-52131 feoaied m es ™ace fat £BSEpt ^ tj liftf^pr .212?11^ ^°Eie fris?j * ^.f&e sorses,9 igl^fcseifcetiefelG, [-n<in\mm>m:> ^*4jg V*- *7"' 1 - »h &'* » ~e<&ice on band ^5iL?aQtjinl?^8 and coi^Esa ap»o op sJ-ebp, ®Iation ^^iw-nhss, ^ifpeiiTv? iwmgestion ^^J^CGgasys £20, gf. [ P V N E R A i", R E F O R M" Established 1800. > EC- S-AJBTIDS (Late "VVrii. Rakfir), UNDERTAKER, Opposite th'i State School, NEILL STREET, BEAUFORT. .Hearse and other requisites supplied •ib-town or country. * Funerals of .-ill furnished ;*t. the- lowest, possible charges. Post, Telecjraph, and Telephone Messages promptly attended to. CAMP HOTEL. BEAUFORT. Tt.«; Abar,? Hosts! ry ivavi&i; ••.ban^d ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]SENTERY CHECKED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

|^ i^FNTBRY CBBCKED. Mut dau^su-r, vrtien sis, Tsas very ill frith. dyscji .wt .Mr. William F. Long, •rila.1' Camden Street, New Ail. "My wife "was told oi &»':> Colic and Diarrhoea i. I sot a bottle at on<fe. 'it to tat child as directed, s doses the dysentery left? ■* appt-t'iur returrmd, and she ~ if '-a-rgy oi' a hraitliy

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

I BALLARAT STOCK B3ARKET. Tuesday. ! Fat cattle : 177 head were penned to day, which mainly consisted of medium to useful descriptions, quality pens being scarce. There was a good attendance of buyers present. Values for all des criptions had an upward tendency, which was more pronounced with the better quality pens. Quotations : Prime pens bullocks, £13 10/ to £14 15/; good pens bullocks, £1115/to£1215/: medium. £8 to £9 10/; best cows, to £10; extra, to £12 17/6. Calves—41 were penned here to-day, comprising useful to good quality, which sold at improved values. Sheep—5625 penned for to-day's sale; only a small number being prime quality, with a fair proportion of good to useful descriptions, balance indifferent sorts. There was a better demand for prime sheep at higher values, whilst others were quite equal to last week's rates, excepting for indifferent sorts, which sold at low prices. Quotations : Prime crossbred wethers, 16/ to 17/1; good crossbred wethers, 14/6 to 15/6; mediu...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

THiEY KEEP ME FREE. "I used io suffer considerably frpm indigestion and liver trouble,'1 says Mr. J as. Healy, "Yorkdeae,"' Eden vale Rd., Mt. Eden, N.Z. "Having tried several so-called cures with no good effect, I followed the advice of a friend, and t'ooik a course of Cham berlain's Tablets. They gave me im mediate relief, and I\ was soon rid of indigestion. Now I take them regu larly, ancl they keep me free from my old complaint." SoM by J. R. Wotli-erspoon and Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE GUN. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

I „f the Beaufort Uun v,iu~ ■ •nvable afternoon at the old on Wednesday, when i^-nkes (sparrows) were dis He duties of referee were fe' L«is P. Hains and T. E. about 200 birds were put /(f ,ra[) The first event was /'! Lods and Snpli with 4 kills ''f!4«t,ontiby Stniughan and ijjiiiiar number of kills, iff,- e* {jjird sweep with four vvi^jo-han and Hains divided ^(h'diree kills each. Woods ■divided the fifth event after 'V birds o;;ch. whilst Saph with seven kills. Hains -;;-5R>.l the seventh with four Straughun, Westendoi-ft ilcCmcketi divided the :Sh foul' kills each. Mr A. :J. the secretarial duties.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

WARJN EUROPE. Both annies in Western Belgium s: j esgagadl h nerca fighting. Dari:;^ •: engagements i." E* ; Prussia tb-3 German.* k't kM ®ss s. had 22,000 men taken prisoner?. An eye-witness st the Rusiate: quarters of try- operations in Po'e pays a high to rb» •.?<?& •:■: th Czar's irvaps. A Gerasa spy h:>v-r.H**jws£ to block th« >Vi Ov:-;:: y i ::7i:gs various vessel. With great d&riv ^ marine approach','.: broad daylight. and I'-raaio-fi ass& within view of those on snore. Although speaking optimist:^ [ to tiie duration of the war, Mr Asp* I savs that it is intended to ask xo-' /considerable vote for more men. _ i The Admiralty has given orders fcf the honours of war to be acccded t the officers of the Binder.. One of the most gratifying rmap that came to hand on Tuesday was i announcement that the career oiti (German raiding cruiser Eindea fed te; | closed. The fact that its dosrnfaJl i j been brougnt about by one of the &'■ ( sh...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PREMIER'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

| PREMIER'S SPEECH. v The following paragraphs contain the pith of the policy speech delivered by the Premier (Sir Alexander Peacock) at Creswick on Saturday, in opening the Liberal campaign for the State elec tions :— Determination to maintain financial stability, and prevent any interruption of the ordinary course of trade and industry in the crisis caused by the war and the drought. Soundness of Victorian finances empha sised, as compared with the difficult position in seme other States. Decentralisation and development, combined with enterprise and economy, to be the guiding principles of the Government policy. An early session to be held, to deal with a Greater Melbourne Bill relating to the control of tramways, abattoirs, and other functions common to the metropolitan area. Continuance of the present policy of settling and developing the Mallee. Provision of £450,000 for advances to farmers who are straitened by the j drought to purchase seed wheat, fodder, and provide other n...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] BILL—NEW PROVISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

| .,^1, the Ministry, failed to fJ^'C provisions included in fives and Shops; Bill, it is that a substantial lm ft tas been effected over the : jf'flie bill which passed the , . f" tf Parliament on Tuesday , ib tactically been before the pi 1^2. On two occa- j the Council so late I fo be set aside. In the ,1 tfiich has just closed the 11-fr given an opportunity to j ,■ industrial legislation. I f jl amendment effected J •■inures the Saturday half- I -.J! employees in shops I v.* victoria. This lias not / jvi-W in any other State, J MTfs is known, not in any J r,j f.F ?be world Provision j 3 '/isssife pnn!),e places I 'ji-dif, ^hich eaters for holi- / ■ ;%son Saturday afternoons, I T-j.-r towns to adopt some I >ur than Saturday for the I Another important al-j i';the law is that whtUi | one judge of the Sup I j x assisted 'by two asses-J [:.y nominated by the wages ! jtfe present court •which) if/ any one of the judges of I -baf Court,_who act in turn./ w tfco sits in the new cour...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LABOR CANDIDATE AT LINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

LABOR CANDIDATE AT LINTON. Mr ?. McMahon, the selected Labor candidate for Hampden, addressed a well-attended tneetiner iu the Shire Halt on Tuesday night. Mr L. Anthony pre sided. The speaker dealt with the Labor Party's policy, paying particular attention to reform of "the Legislative Cour.cil, adoption of the initiative and referendum, a more effective closer settlement policy whereby larjre estates could be compulsorily resumed and the

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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HAMPDEN ELECTION. MR. OMAN'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

HAMPDEN ELECTION. | MR. OMAN'S CANDIDATURE. As Mr Oman is not speaking at Beau fort in time for us to report him before the election, we take the following from the " Lismore Advertiser " " Mr D. S. Oman, M.L.A., the retiring member for Hampden, addressed a small number of electors at Derrmallum on Monday night. _Mr R. J. Horwood was voted to the chair. Mr Oman said that they had now another election upon them. For the past three years for which they had elected him, he thought he would be able to show that he had supported measures in the_ interests of the country and redeemed his platform pledges. On the expiration of the " Braddon Blot" there was a reduction by .5500,000 of the amount paid to the States bv the Commonwealth. The taking over of ; old age pensions by the Commonwealth lessened the actual reduction to £250,000. Some people were under the impression that old age pensions were passed by the Commonwealth Government. That was not so. There were initiated and passed by a L...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WITH THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

.with tin-: creates rrov fidfcnck. 1 "It» is with great' pleasure I to the praises of Chamberlain's ft and' Diarhoea Remedy,'' writ* t William H. M'Kar, Postmaster,!;; raiko, N.Z. "1 have always'«■: nwst effective in tie treaeitv. Diarrhoea ana dysentery and afoi hare a supply* in the house, for fas:! use. When I was storcJfceping I lisB to recommend Ohamber'aK s I'dig antii Diarrhoea Renifjdv. is my cj'tfjj rncrs ?vKh the greatest confaee," I

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TELEPHONE EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

TELEPHONE EXPERIMENT I In experimenting with telephone?, / svrI>rismg results were obtained by a I Danish engineer named Petersen, 6? I simply heating the transmitter. It I was found that this increased til j volume of sound very considerably I in fact, a transmitter thus heated so I increased the volume of souad that I the recei-=r, laid on a table 'at the I other end of the line, delivered the j speech so plainly that all at e Ist I comer of a big room away from it I heard every word distinctly. | the transmitter was. heated this was | impossible. j A Paris telegraph engineer jwmsif I Germain made practically the sunt | discovery- some time before, but it j was not put to use. Now Professor | Hannover, of the Danish State Si I peridental establishment, has taken j up the matter;' antfffnffs ^ pie apparatus may be m3de !'r heating the micropbone • transmits j of a telephone, and thereby eaa® | messages to be transmitted by tele phone a much greater distance tbsn j is possible un...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

MINING NEWS At Geekmg Flat, about a mils aJ half south of Beaufort, on the yard Hill road, Messrs,!, k. Hatviil part;/ put down several bore? uiiil tuined an encouraging prospect',' I si sting of a few grams o[ ;roid ,1; quality. They have bottomed (§ shaft and are opon'm» nut. counts of the prospects obtu'uitt! caj some little excitement locally, Mdl i suited in a number of other p J i pegging out claims and starling opl I tions. The depth o[ the sito®!! about :iO£t. and it is reuevty} toj situated m virgin country v.-\Vioh 1 l never been tested. \V heti M r Uatf I party tirst struck the Ad-tearing^1 \ they were eneafed 5" ' • - . t. - ""i111" lorn,. The vieid of gold for Ottwr", 28,486oz. SfroHS, or 2o,4\ii;.7 { valued at £112,102. As vm; the yield for October Ut>t V;.:, was a decrease of Sl$jnz. fei return for the iasi in ^ u6G,92Goz. gross, or Jli.V.: valueXI,452,128. Thiss n'.^ u.; of 16,-iOooz. tine, its e >i »a t ly (juantity won during tne c period last year. Mr T. Uec...

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RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 November 1914

RAGLAN. (PROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). A dance was held in the Raglan hall on Friday, November 6th, under the auspices of the Raglan school commit tee. Owing to clashing with Middle Creek, where a concert and ball were held, there was not a very large attend ance. The State school's patriotic fund will benefit by about 80/. Messrs Bert Panther (piano), Chas. Gillingham, senr., and G. Gillingham (violins) sup plied the music. Mr J. Gillingham acted as M.C. Refreshments were pro vided by the ladies, and the secretarial duties were ably carried out by Mr J. J. Brodie, head teacher. The school committee have received word that the Raglan State school is to be painted and several very necessary   repairs effected. Hylo plates are to be installed and the school generally reno   vated. During the past month the committee have had a luncheon cup board erected at a cost of £2 10/, made into 42 separate lockers and fly proof doors. Taken all round it is a very acceptable ...

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PLACES NOT DOWN ON THE MAP [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

PLACES NOT DOWN ON THE MAF Lovers' Lane. — This place has oa? marked peculiarity : although it i-; the most populous lane in the world, it never has any more than two peo ple in it at any one time. It isnn easily reached, having a wide ft trance just off the main boulevard from Boyville and Girlville; but on" in it, the way is quite troublesome, owing to the various paths that lead out of it. You can, if you are liicvt", go straight along over the heights of Matrimony to the end. or ro' get lost in Wrangle Town. Sometimes a person doesn't dis cover Lovers' Lane until late in lift but this fact only makes him tie more enthusiastic about it. , A great many scientists and philo sophers have tried to locate Lovers' Lane without success. Even when they have come upon it by chance, they have not been able to survey it accurately. Indeed, the moment you get iDtD Lovers' Lane you are lost. Thunderstorms happen there quit often, but when th? sun shines 8W the birds begin to sing—well, there ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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A BEAR KEEPER'S PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

A BEAR KEEPER'S PERIL. ? A keeper named James Murray had a thrilling escape at the Zoological Gardens, Philadelphia, some years ago, while cleaning the cage of th? polar bear. This cage, which stanjs by itself near the south-east entrance is built o! strong iron hars, ami i; about 20 feert in diameter, with a stone den at the hack and a tank in 1 the centre, large enough for the tear to roll in. The iron bars slop™ in ward at the top, and form a roc! eight feet above the floor, with a circular opening about three feet in diameter over the tank. As is usual when the cage is to bt cleaned, Murray drove the bear intt bis den and closed the iron grating between that and the cage. He ther entered, closed and fastened the door and was playing water from a hc« into the den, when, with a ferocio3= growl, the bear threw itself apis the grating, which gave way, an: Bruin rushed upon the keeper. Murray saw at a glance that then was only one hope of escape, for t? was securely fastened in with ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

IN WIEMORIAM. BAULCH.—In sad and'loving'memory of our dear daughter^Olive, who died | on 22nd November, 191". I You're always in our thoughts, dear daughter, i It is sweet to breath your nape ; j In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. —Inserted by her loving father and mother and brother Alex. BAULCH.—In sad and loving memory of dear Olive, who passed away on the 22nd November, 19L3, at Ballarat Hospital. One thing death cannot sever, Love's remembrance lasts for ever. —Inserted • by her loving aunt' and cousins, M., M.t M. Pitcher.

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