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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, 17th November, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair* and .E. W. Hughes, J's.P.) Debt Cases. ! A debt case in which Mr S. Young: appeared for complainant was with drawn, as it had been settled out of court. In a similar ease in which J. E. Loft proceeded against T. E. Camm for the recovery of £8, it was pointed out that defendant had not been served, and Mr Young, for complainant, obtained an extension of the summons to Decem ber 1st. j Chas. Flynn sued Wm. Crick for the recovery of £4 14/11 owing for goods : sold and delivered. ! Mr Young, for complainant, asked that the account claimed be amended to £4 4/11, the summons having been : issued for 10/ too much. His client ! only intended to ask for a verdict for £4 4/11. It was simply a debt case, defendant having promised to pay the account on several occasions fortnightly, and having failed to keep his promise. He had also paid money on account, leaving a balance of £4 4/11. Defendant, who had just ...

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

THiEY KEEP ME FREE. . "I used to suffer consia'( rably frpni: indigestion and liver trouble," says Mr. J as. Healy,' "York-dene,Eden ■ale Rd., Mt. Eden, N.£. "Having! tried several so-called cures with no .^ood effect, I followed the advice of a friend', and took a course of Cham berlain's Tablets. They gave me im-. mediate relief, and I\ was soon rid of indigestion. Now' I ta^e them regu larly, and they Keep me free from my old complaint." Sold b}r -J. R. Wothcrspoon and Co.

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[?] THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 November 1914

d • " IF. GREATEST COiN d FiD^XCi-:. great pleasure I voice i of Chamberlain's Colic a Renu-tiv," wi ites Mr. ixS tt'K&v, Postmaster, Koro < I "I have always found it '«!' ijc- in tiie trcaemeat of :b .-r.a' livsonU-rv arid al'vavs isplv in the house lor i'amily a 5b I v,vs store-eepins I used :3rnd Chamberlain's Colic sfeia;; P.tnudv to mv custo i\i» e.rcat;-st vonfideaee." ~ Ifemioa Government auditor, jtssdthe au lit of the Riponshire I'-h ssjisursi psssximam pric-3 of wheat has fesfesod by the Government from ~ "-Jhci to ■} G. -'02:0 ?oro. who shot ?Jiss Patricia £t it the ftoviil Park on September luahihis.-lep.-h sentence commuted I'-i'iip.ment. i'ui" liic. J^BmyEr-x^ 0f Challicum Estate, ;.he theft of six dozen Irom property within |--i«tcouple of <]avs. The missing; ptyuvdue-i i:t >j. k Cat Shares, all makes, Plow ^ Harness, American Plows, Seed aid up-to-date Implements, you Ssatry Hawkes linos., The iron Beaufort. j kfc. Grant, a miner empl...

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MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

MYSTERY^OFTS0 sB g A deserted ketch, with sails sn «■ traces of bloodstains on the rf*c • has been found near Wyndbnm, It is believed that toe occupant three Australians, engaged i" ^rf shell collecting, were ,r blacks. The last entry * & lw' dated June 25, stated that W"1" tires had been taken aboard The Czar is a clever trbistlft 1 can whistle the most intricate™' tlons on national airs. He ?nie L intimate friends in this vsy

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MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. Mr R. A. D. Sinclair, J.P. (deputy coroner), conducted a magisterial in quiry, at Chute, on Friday, 20th inst, into the circumstances surrounding the sudden death of Mr John Kinleyside, a well-known local resident (as reported in our last issue}• The inquiry was held at deceased's late residence. Emily Sarah May Kinleyside, married woman, Chute, deposed : The deceased, John Kinleyside, is my husband, and was living with his family and myself at Chute. He was 43 years of age, and a laborer. " He was in receipt of an invalid pension of 10/ per week for about a year and nine months. I last saw him alive about 10 35 this morning, 20th inst. We were together in Boyd's paddock getting a load of firewood. We had just finished loading the spring dray, when I noticed deceased fall to the ground. He died immediately after wards without speaking. I then ran for Mr McErvale, who lives about 400 yards away. Deceased has been suffer ing from chronic muscular rheumatism for th...

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THE KIMBERLEY MUD FIGHT. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

THE KTMBERLEY MUD FIGHT. ... mnrP No greater duel witn ueam, *>■ - striking example of heroism, will ever be recorded than thpt in conn^ion . with the fight with mud in the Kim . berley mines on July 12, 1307, m a result of which six Fnglish miner? were awarded the Edward mfdnJ. The mud rush, which mean* certain death to all io its track, came with- j out warning. The natives, working in j a kind of hollow, were made prison- 1 ers at once, the exit door beihs com- I I pletely hloeke<l. Thcv cried wildly ft>r I I help, and the Englishmen commanded g I them to climb a wall out of reach of I I the mud until they thought out a I I means of rescue. I I There was only one way, and that I /was through a tunnel, which 1 ready half-tilled with the rising mud- ■ To go through the mud to the resent ■ of the natives was out of the ques- B '' ' « t-n nass offf B tion ; they woimj Uilvc ^ , it. One brave Englishman place*? s plank upon the face of the mud, mi stretched himself up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

DYSENTERY CHECKED. I "My little daughter, when 14 months old, -was very ill ■with, dysen tery/' says Mr.. William F. Long, , "Rosei Villa/' Camden Steeet, New town, N.S.W. "My wife wag told oi Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy, and I got a bottle at -once. We gave it to the child' as, directed, and after six doses the dysentery left her j her appetite returned', ana she had all the energy of a healthy chad'"

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THE FARM. SPRAY FOR POTATOES. LIME-SULPHUR V. BORDEAUX MIXTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

THE FARED. SPRAY FOR POTATOES. LIME-SULPHUR V. BORDEAUX MIXTURE. The New York Agricultural Experi ment Station has recently conducted some important experiments with re gard to a spray for potatoes, and have arrived at the following con. elusions The "information at hand is quite sufficient as a basis for some fiua\ conclusions. It seems evident that lime-sulphur is not destined to ta^e the place of bordeaux mixture as a spray for potatoes, in spite of the fact that it is cheaper and no doubt very convenient to use. Under more favourable conditions, in which late blight occurred earlier in the season and to a greater extent, the treat ment with lime-sulphur might have produced different results, but. at pre sent it is not promising. However, the experiments ha^e not been car ried far enough to determine vrhat may he expected under favourable conditions. The lime-sulphur proved harmless to the potato foliage as far as burn ing is concerned, hut it proved to have a distinct dwarfing e...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHORAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

CHORAL CONCERT, There was a large and appreciative audience at St. Andrew's Church, Beau fort, on Tuesday night, when a concert was given by the members of the local choir, assisted by members of St. And rew's choir, Ballarat. MrW. Boustead acted in the dual capacity of organist and director. Rev. A. J. Stewart, who presided, in the course of a few intro ductory remarks referred to the fact that the choir was self-supporting, being thereby different to the majority of choirs. He warmly thanked Mr Boustead for his valuable services as choir-master and those choristers who had so generously come from Ballarat to assist. The programme consisted of anthems and solos of a class which won the warmest approval of lovers of good music. Owing to the concert being held in the church the audience were unable to give expression to their ap preciation, which, however, was none the less keen. The solos by Misses N. White, Elsie Rogers, Annie Evans, I Messrs Alex. G. Gibson and W. Bou stead were a...

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CHAPTER XXIV. THE MAN WHO WROTE ON THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

CHAPTER XXIV. THE' MAN WHO WROTE ON THE WALL. Owen was deeply disappointed in the major. He had expected better thing's from warm Celtic blood. But perhaps so many years had passed since this man had trod his native heath that he had become thorough ly Russianised. He was tempted to say what he felt, but discretion proved the better part of valour. Besides, although the skinny major looked so stern and arbitrary, Dug dale fancied he saw a gleam of hu mour dallying in the corner of his eye, as though, under this military demeanour, there might lurk a sense of humour, and a friendly feeling for the fellow-countryman who had dared mock General Gratscheff, defy a Royal dignitary., and run off with the protege and ward of the Czar him self. Accordingly, Dugdale, with an airy grace, kissed his finger-tips to the head gaoler, and laughingly sent over his shoulder : "Ta-ta, major. Come and see me when I get settled. I'll be glad to give you a dinner and a good bottle of something if we were...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

TRIED A SAMPLE. onic y; .irs ago I was subject to biliousness, Irom which I could get no relief,'1' says Mr. W. G-. Miller, Gro cer, Lirndfield", N.S.W. "I was given a sample of Chamberlain's Tablets, and a few hours after taking tfaem all trace of biliousness was completely gone. Whenever there has been a re currence of the trouble, I have got immediate reliei from Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J. R. Wother spoon and Co.

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CHAPTER XXIII POUND EVERYWHERE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

CHAPTER XXIII POUND EVERYWHERE. * or a man who laced unknown , dangers, and who had just Incurred the maledictions of a powerful Rus , sian dignitary, our traveller friend i certainly disclosed remarkably high spirits. An exaltation seemed to possess him as he walked away, attended by a grim guard hanging on to each el bow, while two others formed a bar rier in front and rear, just as though he might be an exceedingly import ant personage. It was done for her, and she knew the fact. Would he, could he, ever forget that last look she had bestowed upon him ? Why, for such as that, men in all ages, and under every sun had gone forth to battle, have won imperishable fame, have grappled with the pro blems of life, and solved them, or | died in the effort, happj because it j was to win a woman's love they placed their all in the balance and counted it well lost. That was one reason why Dugdale was in such fine fettle, even under what appeared to be the most dis , tressing conditions. | Pe...

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MINING NEWS. BEAUFORT DEEP LEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

MINING NEWS. ? BEAUFORT DEEP LEADS. The following reports were submitted at the half-yearly meeting of the Beau fort Deep LeadsG.M. Co. on Friday Directors' Report.—Your directors have the honor to submit their third report, vvith statement of accounts (duly audited) for the half-year ended 28th October, 1914. Mining Ooerations.— During the term under review work ai the mine has gone on without inter mission, but the bulk of the operations has been confined to wash extraction, which, we are pleased to say, has- kept up to average. We have been success ful in obtaining a grant of £1000 from the Government to push on the reef drive, which has now been restarted, arid a further distance of 40 feet has been driven, making a total distance from shaft of 1373 feet. We contend that with another two rises ii wash the mine will be made remunerative, and all possible haste will Le exercised to bring this about. For fuller particulars of the work carried out during the half year, we have pleas...

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CHAPTER XXII. "YOU COWARD." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

CHAPTER XXII. "YOU COWARD." J The baron looked at Dugdale, and Dugdale looked at the baron. One was a prisoner, with the pros pect of a dungeon and prison fare before him; yet he was smiling as contentedly as might a man veil satisfied with what fortune had dealt —that last radiant glance whioh the beauty had thrown him was food for his soul. As for the nobleman, he felt mean ' er than ever before in all his life, and, of course, he blamed it all on Dugdale, instead of realising that it ■ came from his persistent wooing of j a girl who refased to listen to his • suit. The baron moved closer and' sur veyed him insolently from head to foot, but received just as bold a look . in return. ! "Who are you, fellow ?" he deman j ded. I Dugdale laughed. 1 "Now, that's sensible of you. For some day, sooner or later, we may be at each other's throats, left's take our measure, - and introduce our selves. The colonel there has my pass port, and" He stopped short in confusion, a sudden recollectio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

IJs'Mof MegSeet Li;;jrtunitiei. Some paop[o havo iri cpportunittes of Improving thalr ) il?:!, ethers only havo few. In thfu ve tje everyone who has to rely pftown «xertions for t livelihood, vj'jttketn and alort. More than ever ijWliiitothe strong. it should not bo j.Cnlfctt mental vigour and activity |£i(tpend upon general physical flt ijfoeryom knows the detracting-and yi itsitiltct upon the mind of rccurront ![;fc:£ntj. The brain, like evary orffan j.jiWy, requires a constant supply of Stomach, bowel and liver ferities eiways lead to Impure fm« f-aitJbloctf. Such conditions do not ) ?iafiprove mental activity. If, there ■3itJ»'ould maintain a healthy mind in iiij tody, you will be well advised If ' ) I To Take | j *;KUllsntl dose ot Beecham't Pills, i 'liL-tiremtdv of proved and admitted ) g \3&E0st coses nf digastlve disturb- . r? 'a 111! Impossible for you to feel really ) g , friuilo be at onythfiii: (ike your befit, . i '?iMfood appetite, sound digestion, J jj jitay ...

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[?]OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. [?]low'S Soothing Syrup" for [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

Midi's Soothing Syrup" for i.ivfe-lon-'3 Soothing Syrup im , H Teething. Sfjonld always bej V'J. CiiiMreii while Teething. It J ',;,e CLild, Softens the (".'inns, J !;[ i'-iin, Cures Wind Colic and is J ReuiC'Iv for Diarrhwa. JJirec- I ■/[anjr Mrs Wixslow's Sooxir- j -[.p —Vyr a uhild tinder one month I :I.j,)'(Irops; three-months old, half j six months old and up I'i iea^pooiii'iil three or four times a j'j Pianlifea, repeat the above j -rrin-o hour?, until the character feharges is changed for the better. jjW'diere Urhack as August last the em Ljof the British Australian To- ' started a fund for the relief i.-rjSstress caused by the war, l^rfjes giving a percentage con his or her wage. There j £600 and £700 in band.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1914. There was a clean charge-sheet at the Beaufort Police Court on Tuesday. A strip of asphalt has been laid along the footpath in.front of the Beaufort hotel in Neill Street. A. further strip is to be laid along the front of' Mrs Day's shops and the Commercial hotel. • It is stated that there is some likelihood • of the footpath on the opposite side of ; the street being asphalted from the , Bank of Victoria to Pringle's corner. There was a large attendance of elec tors at the Societies' Hall, Beaufort, on Saturday night, when addresses were delivered by Mr D. S. Oman, M.L.A., retiring member for Hampden, ard the Premier (Sir A. J. Peacock). Cr. D. R. Hannah (president of Riponshire) occu pied the chair. Both speakers were well received, and there were a few good humored interjections; A number of questions were asked and answered at the close of the speeches. In accordance with custom, the speeches are not re ported, as th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

ft Yes, so beautiful that l^Hr^they are an inspiration. Amongst our new arrivals are many exclusive in style and all alike charming in appear ance. You need not go further than our Store for a Blouse to suit you perfect ly—we've so many and the prices are so pleasing that you'll be just delighted. Why not come in and have a peep at them—looking is free and buying cheap—with an equal welcome; in either case, G.&G. 21 " ■■■■-" ■ - COSTUM -II SPLEIBIB YtRIETY —ii Linen, Pique, Crepe, Embroidered and Floral Voiles, AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES. See our Latest Creations la Ready-to-Wear Millinery. G. H. GOOGLE, The House of Quality^ 'PHONE, 22. 1 Telephone 12}. f. CHEMIST & DEBT 1ST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris' Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris' Teething & Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NOYEMBER 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....

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WIPING OF ISOLDE. PART 8. CHAPTER XXI.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) O R, THE WIPING OF ISOLDE. — 9 &y St. George Rathborne, Author ol "Omar Kassam," etc. PART 8. CHAPTER XXI.—(Continued.) A large crowd had gathered near the barracks, and numerous soldiers were present. As Dugdale drew near he discover ed a man mounted on a foam-speck ed horse that had evidently run alongside of Gratscheff. This personage was a stranger to him, a large, well-made, bearded Russian, with an air of pride and a cold, grey eye. It flashed upon Dugdale in an in stant that this might be-the baron mentioned in connection with the beautiful Isolde, and accordingly the individual became an object of con siderable interest in his eyes. And apparently he was also an object of deep solicitude with the lordly stran*; ger, for those cold eyes flamed dan gerously as the guard brought the prisoner closer. i Dug-dale saw that every one, even! the great General Gratscheff, ssemedj to he very humble in the presence of this mogul. One alone appeared to trea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

I I hereby give notice that, in pursuance I of a writ under the hand of His Excel lency the Governor of Victoria, dated the 9th day of November, 1914, for the election of one member to serve in the I Legislative Assembly of Victoria, for the Electoral District of Hampden, the following Votes were recorded by each candidate at the election held on the 26th day of November, 1914 Patrick McMahon 2850 David Swan Oman 4295 I therefore declare the said DAVID SWAN OMAN duly ELECTED a mem ber of the Legislative Assembly of the State of Victoria for the Electoral Dis trict of Hampden. Dated at Beaufort, this 27th day of November, 1914. . THOMAS ALFRED ODDIE, Returning Officer for the Electoral District of Hampden. S5ESSIES323 OP ESE3POP3". NOTICE OF MEETING FOR EXAM INING AND SETTLING ACCOUNTS. OTICE is hereby given that the Accounts of the above Shire for the year ended 30th Sept., 1914, have been duly audited, and that a statement of such, together with the Auditor's report, is now availab...

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