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CHAPTER XXI. THAT FOR WHICH KINGDOMS HAVE BEEN LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

CHAPTER XXI. THAT FOR WHICH KINGDOMS HAVE BEEN LOST. j It is easy enough to appear cheer ful when success throws bouquets our way, but it takes somewhat of a philosopher to smile in the face of adversity. Owen kmew he was in for it good and hard when he faced the general after the wreck of the telega. He had done something few men would have had the hardihood to at tempt, defied the autocrat of the southern border, and almost escaped to mock his pursuit ; indeed, only for this las't miserable chance shot of a badly demoralised guard, he would have been safe. Hence, knowing what a tremendous chase he had given the old war-dog, it was only natural to suppose he might expect an explosion on his part, both picturesque and profound. For once he counted without his host.' That grim old warrior had seen so much of cowardice and shrinking in his day that his soul really gloried in any act of genuine valour. He could admire a hold defiance, even while he himself suffered from it. Perhaps som...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1914. The annual meeting of tke Beaufort. Cricket. Club, which was called for Tuesday night, lapsed for want of a quorum. ' Nominations for the State elections' closed on Wednesday. Seven Liberals and nine Labor candidates were returned unopposed. Following a week of hot weather an appreciable cool change took placc at Beaufort on Monday night. ' Light showers fell and nine points of rain was recorded. la slock—^pouting. Kidding, and Down Pipe, Hoofing iron, J laths, Sinks, Cowls, l /lour Bin*, " Alby" Carbide.—.f as. H. .ioi!!:r.xso>', Neill Street, opposite Hank 01 Victoria.—[Advt. ] At a meeting of the Victorian Bant. Association on Monday night at Balla rat, Mr A. Sebo was appointed us tht Association's representative for the "d contest at Beaufort on Boxing Day. The Beaufort XJietureCo. are showint a full programme of up-to-date pictures in the Societies' Hall on Thursday night. Admission—Adults, 1/; children, 6d. The ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XX. THE END OF THE MAD CHASE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

CHAPTER XX. I THE END OP THE MAD CHASE. I The response to Dugdale's shout was immediate. I A Cossack yell, fierce enough to startle a man of iron nerve, the snap ! of the cruel whip upon the flanks of I the leading horse, already in motion, j and away went the dust-covered tele- i ga with a mad rush towards the! southern gateway. I Dugdale heard the doughty colonel J scream with sudden fury, just as an enraged animal in a cage might do. | The roar of the whirling telega pre-' : vented him from catching, the fuil: ! tenor of his outcry, but he could easily give a guess as to its nature, ' i and, moreover, it mattered very lit- 1 ; tie, after all, what he said. I Other things held Owen's attention. ' j There was the lieutenant, for in- i j stance, who had been seated beside.1 | the isvoehik. When the sudden start I was mad.e he floundered about like j one who had lost his head, and came 1 within an ace of falling back in Dug 1 dale's lap. ! That individual was of the opinion ' there w...

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HAMPDEM ELECTION. MR P. McMAHON'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

HAMPDEM ELECTION. V ' • ^R P. McMAHON'S CANDIDATURE. - Mr P. McMahon, the selected Labor candidate for Hampden, expounded the : Laborpolicy at the Societies' Hall, Beau-1 j fort, on Saturday night. Owing to the j oppressive weather conditions, only i about 40 electors aftended. The meet ing was a very orderly one and Mr H. M. Stuart,who occupied the chair and! introduced the candidate, remarked that' the small attendance did not signify a j small vote in Beaufort, as the Labor vote would be just the same whether a , meeting was large or small. j Mr McMahon, who received an ovation, ( remarked that he had had the honor of carrying the Labor flag in this con stituency six years a go. The support accorded him then was sufficient justifi- 1 cation for his re-appearance as a candi- ; date. Owing to the war and drought he ; revetted that the conditions were un favourable for an appeal to the people at the present time. He did not pro vost: 10 make this a personal contest, but to fight and...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PART 7. CHAPTER XIX. "FOR LIBERTY! STRIKE HOME, VLADIMIR! TO THE GATE!" [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

PART 7. CHAPTER XIX. "FOR LIBERTY ! STRIKE HOME, VLADIMIR ! TO THE GATE !" The Russian colonel was no fool. He realised that there might be high stakes involved in this game, and hence it would pay him to use an extra amount of precaution. Then, again, little dramas of this character were an unusual occurrence in this benighted region. Smolensk might as well have been at the other end of Siberia for all the pleasure he was able to extract from life, and he was in no particular hurry to bring the entertainment to a conclu sion. Glimpses had been had of a party of horsemen galloping madly down the mountain road and heading for the town. When they arrived, doubt less the nut would be crackiad, the enigma solved. He could well afford to wait. With Dugdale it was quite another question, for he Vmew delay must be fatal to all his hopes. General Grats cheff was even closer than they ima gined, and was apt to come whirling through the gate at any moment. The colonel looked at the occu-' pan...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WEDDING. DEBAERE—MATTHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

WEDDING. i ■ <» . D eE AE RE—M ATT H A MS. Ihe marriage of two well-known and nighiy respected young local residents took place yesterday week, viz., Miss Rlsie Mathams, eldest daughter of Mrs Matthams, of Hopetoun, and Mr Alex UeBaere, son of Mrs DeBaere, of Beau fort. The ceremony took place at the residence of the bride's mother, ai d only a few intimate friends of the young couple were present. The Rev. Wesley Hobbs (Methodist) officiated. Prior to the ceremony the company sang "The Voice that Breathed o'er Eden." Mrs Ackland playing the accompaniment. The bride was dressed in white embroi dered voile, tunic skirt, cross-over blouse, finished with merv streamers, embroidered tulle veil reaching to i bottom of skirt, customary wreath ol' orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and roses. She was attended by her sisters. Misses Olive and Sadie Matthams, who were dressed in white embroidered voile, made Rag lan style, and carried bouquets of pink carna...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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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 — 21 November 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) &y St. George Rathborne, Author ol "Omar Kassam," 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 ard 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. Shortly after passing a mounted mili tary, officer and two Cossacks, our traveller discovers a wrecked telega in his path, On investigation Owen is startled by, the discovery that the luckless vehicle is occupied by a lady and he becomes conscious of a strange shock on finding himself gaz ing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

USE© MAIN'Y OTHERS. "My little boy William msed to get. frightful attacks of coughing at night,n writes Mr. Carpenter, Mus grave Ltreet-, North Rocfchamp'ton, (>. "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy -was the means oi saving me many a sleep less night, for a couple of doses al ways relieved him when the coughini; came) on. Before using Chamberlain's Couch Reined?,' I used many other ad vertised lines, but' nothing gav» him the slightest relief." Sold by J. R. "WoUierspoon and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

9 S BY GERMAN; WARSHIPS E?ABED. . We have pleasure in announcing that the 3.3, from London, having run the Guantlet of the German War Ships, has ...arrived ..in Hobson% Bay', and that with her comes the whole of our Special Indent ©rcler—given months ago. The goods- have been carefully selected by us from the World's best .markets, and we have great confidence in inviting inspection of same. Y Manchester -Goods—Dresses—Silks—Trimmings—Prints— Zephyrs and Cambrics—Costumes and Wearing. Apparel— from ■ the World's Centres of Fashions. Bo you know that you can buy all your■. Wearables at our Sicr§, and that they are as good in quality and priced as cheaply as in any of the large pentres? You can—and visTi prove it any time. THE STORE THAT'SERYES YOU WELL. j&f rfJjUr/iw ffpww ■iggp • &'hP^yCPB^Q?a m&lf # 0B, II) ll #s \vj BEAUFORT ATHLETIC ' CLU3. GRAND ATHLETIC 3POBTS MEEL'E'XBSrGi- I (Registered Foot Races and Unregistered Bicycle Races) and BRASS BArtSD CONTES...

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[?]NTERY CHECKED. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

U'NTFRY CILKCKED. hc daiKhU-r, when 14 tos very ill \ritfc dyseji :g'vE Mr, William 1". Long, a'a.1 Camden Street, New i\\. "Mv wife was told of ■•in* Colic' and Diarrhoea arid I Sot :l bottle at' on0e i- to the child as directed, [•six do»*s ihe dysentery left) Japonic returned, and she • ;;c energy ul' a healthy »J ===-== J i of the war has revealed ji^rbh and immoral thine: Ger r is," says Sir Edward 4 Lasainst German militarism | : the whole of west would fall under it if Ger 3 oe successful in this war. result of the war, the /. ""dintegrityofthesmaller can be secured, and - y n liberated from the i brra n militarism, and the ■ _ i self freed from that o it is not the German Pr ian militarism, which ■ Ctmany and Europe into I fa militarism can be over :-.:ie]ihere will be a brighter or Europe, which will j - tor the awful sacrifices 11 '

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[?]EAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

• ijlifort rainfall. ..•Arcl !# Ja<* ^<-'Kek*h for th • v'fft'.-t-ir-' in!-'iiu.-tfioi) ;is to l!i" I'.'. ihiiWf r'ii'i)i <w w :or» w 'u? '<« ;oc 8; «i< so:m J!$xi>0;W34l:W, 94jl06l 53;' »I 73; i)c- m( mm is7 J!&j:' 7i;w»; m%9, 4lM:2»S:S5W)I2a;30Jl:23!j 126143 |!m 117 3-"' i0».l«»7 i302 ;2-10:073 K^'0iM'Jlf7-i3'2:HSH oOlilNOS-l 170 4«ojll3j*)l.l4l F( V u'MO-Jlo 70'4&:mll73 1(0 Hi24ii: •18;429i 70117 2 f? S - X ;i R 71 «' 2; o o ® •*? « • —•?, HI points: February, 35; March Ifjfito'- ~a; ,ruiic' "2°: July. 312 W'i ^itanbcr. -463; October, 257; JNov F'^t-ibor. ISC. Fehn K &g.!S: February, JO: March. 269; •Vjij, 131: June. 20S; JuJy. 35S Au«~ 613: October, lis: Novom" v>stc:.27i. ' 73; February. 103; March, .362: *£ :^: June. IS!/: July. 1G2 : Aug. I •Viffwr. ..17; Octohcr, U'_'; Novem~ I <W*f.HA J *tajrv. ft!pomts: February. 11; March. | '.•i>!!tf.l53;.June. 74:.Tu!y, 210; Autj- I c l':'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

'tmk~ 'Sf\ v>t^ LOU: BeattiSfal Plenty Yes, so beautiful that they are an inspiration, rnonust our new arrivals exclusive in style charming iu appear not go further than i IMoiise<to suit you perfect ly—we've so many and th'e.prices are so 'pleasing that yoii'll be Just delighted.--'1; Why not come in and have a^peep at them—looking is free aq.d buying cheap—with aa equal welcome in either case. ' • ; . S'- • a&c.2i . o 1 O. H. The Moos© of Quality^ AUFORT 'IP-HOlsTE, 22. "■ , [WW -m — r--, m—■ - .II..— , I ■■ml nr Tirorh»fV7fnf»rTryrfWMi^JiA*^ _ THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris' Rheumatic Powders. Harris' Influenza Mixture, Karris' Teething & Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NOVEMBER 1st., 12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Wednesdays. 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. .Saturdays. 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays, no a m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. i. I. HA1IIS, £<or Accuracy. Confidence, Satisfaction HAVELOCK...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

\iw, HAUPirv, m\ O NEER, telSD, STOCK, GENERAL pSON AGENT & VALUATOR. te feted. Loans negotiated. •fSfeh Price for all kinds of Agent for South British In Mount Lyell Manures, and Lime Manufacturer, S ?•"&, Horse Rugs, Tents, etc., 'I^ctsnd. Z Begs at lowest current rates. 1.® BUYER OF WHEAT. ? <stPrice given. Auctioneer, and Station financial Agent, skiptgn. ^t-ST Full— .^j}^ & Co.., UepJoug ; James heat Buyers, Melbourne; ■ ^iliXGEEs Co., International I'' 'iJ:Cq. or Australia ; Vokk i^E-WCECo. , XOBERXSON ' "^TINSMITH, and ? A S F I t t e r , ^titnate tliat he Im* on liau1' H. . 8 'WfiC Stock of fro£ulii?9' R»dging, and ■%£^aler ?i^an° iK, ' ^eam ana Wat^r ?^isite necessary for the trade. if'^STOVES IUitkM °f WiMj' n street. JlSi.0CKCOUntry eXperien°e" mi. WOOD, 1 Chemist, pharmacy. ^wptions \ ACCURATELY 1 DISPENSED* p {f>t the W£k . series -m41ly remedies. ^w.'s FACE CREAM, ^ iqea.1 toilet cream. wice, 1/6 3ar. 1 %pquno FIG SYRUP, p children...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

i:;©s? ?1. \ ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF HAMPDEN. T HEREBY GIVE~NOTICE that, ir X pursuance of a Writ under the hare of His Excellency the Governor of Vic toria, dated the ninth day of November, 1914. for the ELECTION of a MEM BER to serve in the Legislative As sembly of Victoria for the Electoral District of HAMPDEN, the following gentlemen have been nominated as Can didates for election, viz. PATRICK McMAHON. of Kariah. Camperdown. Farmer; and DAVID SWAN--OMAN, of .Highton, Lismore, Parmer. | A poli ol' the electors oi: the ' Distr will therefore, be taken on THURS"D.A Y, the TWENTY-SIXTH day of NOVEiv. IBER, 1914, at the places undernien 1 tioned, viz. At the Shire Hall, Beau fort ; at the-Statc School, Raglan: at the Mechanics' 'Institute. Watcrlw (within the Division) ; at Kirkpatrick'f Hall, Stockyard Hill; at the Court House, Skiptori (within the Division); at the Court House, Snake Valley ; at the Shire Hall.-Lintons; at the Carran ballae Public ilall, Caramballuc; at the .State S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

SSSSiaB OF T^TOTICE is hereby given that at a J3i Meeting, of the Council of the Shire of Ripon, held at the Shire Hal], Beaufort, on Monday, the 2nd day o November, 1914, the said Council did agree to the following resolution :— . ' •'That By-lav/ No. 15. for making and levying a Rate for Water Supply pur poses for the Beaufort Water Supply, Joint Water Supply, and Waterloo Water Supply, be adopted." ■ Notice is hereby further given that z Meeting of the said Council will, be heir at the Shire Hal!, Beaufort, on Monday", the 7th day of December, 1914, at il o'clock in the fofenoon, when the said resolution for passing the above-n.en tioned By-law will be submitted foi confirmation. A copy of the above-mentioned By law has been deposited at the Shire Offices, Beaufort, and is open to the inspection , of any person "interestec: during office hours. Dated this 21st day of November, 1914 NORMAN B. ACTON, Shire Secretary. IE JE2.E2 OF ESEZPOBT. NOTICE is hereby given that at n Meeting o...

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WATERLOO SABBATH SCHOOL JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

: _ The fiftieth anniversary, of the eom I bined Sabbath School oi' VYaterloo was i celebrated on Sunday, November Sth, and the three following- days. ,'L"he whole of the celebrations were in keep ing' with the importance . of the oc casion and were most successful in every way. Three special services were held in the hall on Sunday, which had bee:i appropriately decorated. 'On each occasion the children led the sing ing. under the baton of Mr Calder, the superintendent. The. Rev. AV. B. Jess op conducted the Anglican service in the morning, Rev. W. H. Chapman the Methodist'service in the afternoon, and 1 the Presbyterian service in the evening | was conducted by the" Rev. A. J. Stew- j art. The attendance constituted a i aecora, ana tne tliree inspiring addresses 'were much appreciated. Each speaker dealt with the importance of the train ing of young life, and appealed to the parents to assist their children by ex ample as well as precept. The singing of the children was particular...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

| TRIED A' SAMPLE. I aSome years ago I was subject ito I biliousness, 'from -which T could get rib relief,"' says Mr. W. <r. Miller,, Gro cer, Lmd'iiela, -N.S.W. ''I was given a sample of Chamberlain's Tablets, ami a few hours after taking tliem all trace of biliousness was completely gone. Whenever there has been a re currence oi' the tKmble, I have got immediate relief from Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J. R. Wothm spoon and Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

HAMPDEN STATS ELECTION. f!/ir0 Do So OI^/iAN Will Address the Electors as follows SATURDAY, 21sfc NOVEMBER, BEAUFORT SOCIETIES' IIALL, At S p.m.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

NHMNG NEWS. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports :—North-west branch reef drive —No. 5 rise—North drive extended 56ft.; total, 88ft. South off west branch reef drive extended 40ft.; total, 483ft.; pay able. No. 3 east off south extended 42ft; total, 64ft; poor. One party truckroading off south drive. One party blocking in north off west branch reef drive. Mr F. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reportsMain bottom ■ level—No. 1 rise completed at 27ft. ; above back laths. Opened south-west and driven 8ft.; wash 2ft. above back laths; standing. Opened and driven north-east 20ft. Payable wash now at points of back laths; gold ■ of good sample. Opening south-east off same to connect with old ground. South west branch drive to 649ft.; will start to rise in same next week. Top level— Prospecting rise off east off No. 4 south completed and driven south 4ft.; wash of no value; standing; have removed party to drive south-east drive on north-east on No. 1 rise off bottom level. O...

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ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

ANNIVERSARY^ services, x tie yard anniversary of the Beaofw Methodist Sunday school wa3 celebrate? by special services, conducted hv vn,'. Rev. \Y. H. Roltham, of Skipton&rct*' church, Ballarat, at the Societies' Hk\\ on Sunday. The ordinary mor.v.wi service was well attended. K Despite the oppressive weather building was crowded in th<> a{Q noon. The platform had beer; tieaily decorated, and was occur,Q by a choir of about GO voQ (under the conductorship of Mr JoQ. Jackson). Their tuneful and vivaciossj singmg added sircaiiy to the enjoyi nient of i\v± service, and evoktd muta favorable comment The choristers were accompanicd by an orchestra niaa up as followsMisses S. .laetaw arl jjj. Trompf lorganislsi, Misses {& Jackson. Waldron (2f. 1. .]u;r,5di| Messrs F. George, V. Stevenson, □ scholars ..... . ..... having takoi the opportunity ot r] visiting the district and verging cl| friendship?. Kev. W. II. Helt'a&m dcV.v?-<-o3 interestin...

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