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[?]CLARATION OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

Duration of poll. mabei ol electors gather. |?-5 tSe Shire Hall on. Friday spS.zt 10 o'clock to beat the j-stia of the poll. A. Oddie (returning officer') declared Mr Oman elected. BS. Omaa, M.L.A., remarked Ud very much pleasure id \ thanks to the electors lot c'^% had registered in his £j FKterday. As they knew, r!fis Eome lack ol interest ic f, , due to the fact that been in the grip of a ver7 (^ drought in addition to the j: ®didates had found it very throughout the whole cam. 3 toitfiiee the usual interest m Ir- this constituency expected yesterday to see $00 votes. He would like i.tVl5 opportunity of returning r! to. all those who had "worked ../^istfntly right through the jn.r1 !or bis return. He knew |'itvFl? friemis and that he had j'.yjiem lor the huge Eoajar oUmcd. It "TTOuld be :l"br!°?r of Parliament !;i i'ff interests of the State, J',.«ttuught they had a pretty fetation aheart nf +^»m. in this State had been Wing than in other States* U.Jas to be hoped that rains £$&g...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

WAR IN EUROPE una of the greatest victories of the war lias been gained by Russia over the Germans in East Poland. It is believed thai two entire array corps of the enemy have either been captured or annihilated. Scores of trains have been sent out from Warsaw to take back the prisoners. In Western Belgium there are indi cations that the Germans facing our extreme left are retreating. The first Indian soldier'recommended for a V.C killed 10. Germans single handed befoi'e he fell wounded. Details are available from Colombo of H.M.A.S. Sydney's wounded Austra lians. Sir George Reid, the Commonwealth High Commissioner, will leave London for Egypt to-day. . i Mr P. McMahon, the Labor candidate for Hampden, addressed well-attended meetings at Raglan on Tuesday and Waterloo on Wednesday.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WITH THE GREATEST CONFIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

5 WITH THE GREATEST CON .... . fidenge. I -"it! is with great' pleasure I 'voice ;tho praises of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarhoea .Remedy,"' writes Mr. William E. M'Kay, Postmaster, Koro raiko, N.'Z. "I have always Sduind it most e&'ecttive in thp treaement 01 1 Diarrhoea' and' dysentery and always feave a supply in tl£> house lot family us'C;i When I was storekeepiing I used to recommend Chamberlain's Colic andi Diarrhoea Remeidy to mv custo mers with the greatest conMencct"

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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STATE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

st"eelecti^; -1 The result of the general elections M 'he Legislative Asse nbly of "Vk'orjB held on Thursday, will be to maintiiif the present Liberal Administrati® I neaded by Sir Alexander Peacock, (t| power with a practically undimmisnsJ majority. The Liberals went to th»| country holdhg 44 seats oat of the ft ;-J the House. They have returned win,! ti.eir ranks almost unbroken. One J bev lMr- DufEus) appears to have d^.l ■ itely fallen by the v;;vy. A few tljJ curates are still in doubt, and theciwJ ing of second preference vote3 will hw8| to be undertaken in three or four easy! where no candidate has secured an absol lute majority at the first count. tsBf those can have little effect upon state of parties. Ballarat West.—Baird, 11. (55.ll 4396 ; Richards, T. (Lab.), 2167. Com-] ^BALLARAT EAST.—McGregoj, R. (M.)! 4077 '• Harrison, J. (Lab.), 3524 Coa-I pl3ARW0N.-Favrer, J. F. (M.), 2o9)| Parker, A. (Lab.), 2526. Majority ioi| Farrer, 16$. „ „ BENALLA.— Carlisle, J. Br0wn, E. (La...

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

USED MANY OTHERS. "My -little boy William Used to get frightful attacks of coughing at night," writes Mr. Carpenter, Mus gravo Ltreet, North Roc&hamp'ton, Q. "Chamberiain's Cough. Remedy was the means oi saving one many (a sleep less nigli't, for a couple of doses al ways relieved him iwh^n the coughinf? camei on. Before using Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I used many other ad vertised lines, but nothing gavja him the slightest relief."' Sold by J. R. I Wbtlierspoon and Co. I

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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[?]MPDEN ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 November 1914

0" ELECTION. jen State election, for 'Xwsastraight-ont fight be iS. Oman, farmer, Lismore f ilf liberal .member), and Mr $3 farmer, Kaiiah, Camper iitt) passed off very quietly at t]se headquarters of the elec j-'Jj candidates were in the ivfiuring" the day there was a / J-taat stream of voters and Kjl'o and from the booth, /■'^officer was Mr T. A. Oddie, /frtlicerj, Parker ^-rttnrning" officer, and Messrs fi'Land R- 0. Welsh as poll ,'%crowd around the booth at f.-giicfi smaller than on pre- i and as the bulk of the ' /%'fr) early and the issue was fj&tbefore 9 p.m., people made i^'hrneivard and did not wait p?!ires. The first batelj of j't'rBemfort division was an if-krtlv after 7. SO p.m., and is^tbi 'principal booths in the fcfrflowed in quick succession. fathers was only one return, imjotoa, in the Beaufort divi Qin, and the retiring mem Otnyority of 1428, the totals fcJsicM*hon, 2822; Oman, Pins! result \v;is—McMahon, !>'-,-295; informal, 179. Major 1445. In four in...

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

TIJEY KEEP ME FREE "I used to suffer consiilerabj ^ . lndigfl#tioa and liver troubi^ , Mr. jas- Healr,; ^fzenc,,Havi»? l Vale Rfl . Mt- -.1! .: riites «it6 «? tried several so-caUoti ci ^ good effect, I follow,d tte q{ Ghaffl a friend, and to°K a co ,g ffi6 & fcr»W&8&*n my old cnnvplaint. 1 Wothcrspoou and Co. Several Middle Creek items ai'£ ^ over. Messrs A. Downs, of Beaufort, audi ~unn (Trawalki), who are members w the second expeditionary force, returned on Saturday night for the purpose ot visiting their friends. Whilst driving home from Trawsfa on Thursday evening Mr and Mrs y' Jaenseh were thrown from a gig- ■"[ Jaenseh broke one of his fingers aw j his wife sustained a broken nose■ j Mr J as. Dunn, a member of thesecoxl ; expeditionary forcc, met with a nasn • accident whiht visiting his pare/ik Jf ; TrawaJJa on Sunday. Whilst he nv > the act of mounting a restive horse tse , animal bucked and threw him■ J" horse brought one of its hoofs down the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

A pen-nib is a little thing, rei there is more steel used in the manu facture of nibs than in all the sword and gun factories in tie world. ton of steel produces about Pens. A bell in a temple in North China has been kept ringing (or a ceutnrf A tax is levied in the district 0 Paying relays of ringers to ceeeantlj daj night.

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A FAD WITH A PURPOSE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

A fad with a fubpose. Some people's fads are often anno} 1DS, but we occasionally come across one that is amusing. Belonging to tbe latter category is that of a wealfcr old Jady who has an account at a West End branch of one of the big London banks. When she pays in tbe cashier always finds a tract attached to her credit slip, and the clerk who opens her pass-book to make it up, finds another. When she writes to the manager she always encloses a tract for his special benefit. The old lady has been distributing religious literature in this manner for several years, and tbe bank officials always look on the lad with amuse pent. Their feelings, however, took a different turn the other day, n'^enJ friend■ of the lady casually inform the manager that the tracts are gi^eo to no other persons but the men have charge of the old lady's m0DSf''

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KANGAROO AND "HIPPO" FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

! KANGAROO AND "HIPPO" FIGHT. Mr. Carl Hagenbeck, jn his remini scences, told the following; story :~ "On one occasion I had an anxious ten minutes in endeavouring to sepa . rate a hippopotamus and a kanra roo. Next to the 'hippo's' stable vas i a compartment in which I had placed the largest kangaroo I ever had in my possession. One night the kanga roo jumped over its fence into tie 'hippo's' pen. I conclude it must • have got frightened over somefhinc. The kangaroo landed in the 'hippo's' (tank, 'which was empty. ■ "It was one o'clock in the mornin* I when the incident occurred, and when I arrived upon the scene I could not help smiling, the whole affair being so comical. There stood the iponstor ] 'hippo' with its enormous month ' snapping at the hangaroo down in the -tank below. The moment the j 'hippo' moved towards the tank the I kangaroo took a mighty leap in the air, and struck his enemy on the face with his hind feet, inflicting terrible j scratches with his claws. Try as i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

YOUR BRIDAL, PORTRAIT. Your Srida! Poi'bjiii. l:our Your Bridal Portrait. large Your Bridal Portrait. dressing Ycur Bridal Portrait. rooms You:- Bridal Portrait. avoid iiiida! Yoar Bridal Portrait. delay. Veil?, Your Bridal Portrait. Wreaths, Your Bridal Portrait. Bouquets, Your Bridal Portrait. Buttonholes. Your Bridal Portrait, and RICHARDS & Co. Glovts. BALLAUAT. the latest Your Bridal Portrait, style Your Bridal Portrait, kept Your Bridal Portrait, at the Your Bridal Portrait. Studio. Your Bridal Portrait. Your Bridal Portruii. Appoint*. Your Bridal Portrait. ments Your Bridal Portrait. by letter. Your Bridal Portrait. wire, or Your Bridal Portrait. 'Phone 2S2. We make Bridal Portraits a special study, that is why Brides from all parts of Aus tralia sit to Richards & Co. Our Bridal Portraits have a world-wide reputation. ENLARGED »HOTOS. Mail those old portraits of Father and Mother. It doesn't matter how faded they arc, our special process enables ua to repro du...

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CHAPTER XXVIII. NO SURRENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

CHAPTER XXVIII. NO SURRENDER. What was on the carpet now ? This was Dugdale's mental query I as he discovered the iron general ad-' vancing into his cell. | Evidently GratscheS was surprised to discover his prisoner making! such a savoury meal, when he might na turally expect him to be dining off bread and water, the usual diet of those who were immured in dungeons. His eyebrows indicated the fact. Dugdale, although taken by sur prise, was not at a loss to accept the situation. "Ah, general, tljis is indeed, an unexpected pleasure. I am sorry you did not come a little earlier ; but, as it is, will you join me ?" The autocrat of the border had his eye on the bottle that rested in the basket, and, stepping forward, be coolly and deliberately drew it out, examined its label by the light of the candle, and even held its open neck to his nose, while Owen watched for an explosion. None came. Gratscheff, as has been said before, could admire daring as well as any one, and this thing of bei...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

F= !lifelalir| jiias 0( THE ViORTH Of U iliwiilii ^Ittads scsrcete know him ^ h vi6Rt to tfoe Melbourne & friend momrasndsd ■'iiMonic, and that saved him hi» been recorded becaute ''■'fwUtBUtntJii otid the way the n(v Mr, Hollidiy, exprenes his J'^iund recovery. It ihowa what Toslc c«n do, Mr. Hollidsy Kit butifiei*. address, 113 y&w Street (Bskert Patent Peel 1 K;:?)> Certan, Melbourne, 19/5/11. JljiENTS TONIC LTD., . "!iq {ltd to Ult yos wbat CtemenU 'I^Uotcii. ti ytvr ago I w&j eo IJ»CI HUU LHilUUkli»V«> ~ j^'tutwork. tnd s rn»h el a:deto. tMlsiMti (applied 1 workotS d&p ' j-Al. Viitfe tie molt 1 got so ill I ""'tjltM ?nt in its bmlstss axeepl 'Wit. To gWe »b ii« taw ill acd psopU wbo k&6 Bot seeB CuAi would pits iod not Iseow "j• wm for Ihe DOBtbi lite thi«, H'u'7,tillisg worta. Gooi advice "CtJitin did ot na josd. 1 decided to I'' Htltsurae Hospital to ite what ■J <ti!J do. I WM eijuissi tteie as W im pitied. Oa raj retur...

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CHAPTER XXVII. DUGDALE MAKES PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

CHAPTER XXVII. DUGCALp MAKES PROGRESS. | Isolde looked at the man who spo&o. The conditions were hardly in his favour. A stranger in a land where the strong arm of his Government could not reach him, confined in the mouldy dungeons of Smolensk, it really seemed the height ol absurdity to thus declare that if she so willed he was ready to venture even more than he had already done in her behalf. Perhaps she might even have smiled. But there was a fire of enthusiasm slumbering in his steady, eyes, a spirit of unquenchable determination that was somehow 'communicated to her also. She felt thrilled with his very nerve. Surely to a man who would J not allow himself to be crushed by, the disasters that had gathsred about his head nothing might be impos 1 sible. Yes, she began to feel a return of the exuberant confidence : that . had marked their long; ride i over moun tain and valley, • laughing the grim pursuit of Gratscheff to scorn; If he had outwitted that keenest soldier of a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

CLOU ' 3m p Bearaiifta! Plenty Yes, .so beautiful tlmt tb.ey i;re uri inspiration. Amongst our new arrivals || are maav exclusive in style "" ^.nd all aiite churaiug in 'afjpear ui'i-i. You used not go further than ■ - . s our Stoic* for a Mouse to'suit yon pertect l y—we've so inany and the price.? are so pleasing is at you'll be just, delighted, Why not come and H«vf a peep at them—looking is free and buying cheap—with cur equal welcome in either case. G.&C.21 V J r ^, ^HOlsE, 22. -■-■rmrrr.—-*—it Telephone 12. ei?; in ^ CHEMIST & DENTIST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES: Harris* Bheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris' Teething & Cooling Powders .. tvu.an. HOURS on and after NOYEMBER 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Day^, y 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, 10 a.ris. to 1 p.m. ;. 6.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m Is Wb HARRIS. CHEMIST & DENTIST, ' For Accuracy. Confidence, Satiaiactioii HA...

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CHAPTER XXVI. SUNSHINE FOR ONCE IN A DUNGEON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

CHAPTER XXVI. SUNSHINE FOR ONCE IN A DUNGEON. He certainly left something for Mr. Dugdale to ponder over, something so pleasant as to tingle his nerves, and cause him to laugh at times. So Isolde did not forget. She had even come to the prison — attended, of course, ahd with the grim old general's reluctant consent—to bring him a supper. He had thought it good enough be fore when he had only, the governor in mind; but now it bore the rela tion of a feast second to none, for her sweet fingers had touched that bird and that basket, sacred to him for ever more. It had come upon him swift and strong, but probably Owen in no other respect differed from the ma jority of fellows head over ears in love. Suppose he should manage to work his way out of this miserable hole, what should be his next move ? He had enlisted in her cause, and even -when the hope of saving her seemed to have fled, was it not his bounden duty to continue the strug gle to the very last ? So he pondered, and came to th...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 6TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

Reliaious Services. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 6th, 1914. Church of England.—Beaufort, 8 {H.C.), 11, and?; Middle Creek, 3—Rev. W.B. Jessop. Mrthodist Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7 ; Chute, S—Rev. W. H. Chapman. Raglan, 3—MrC. Waldron. Main Lead, 8 ; Raglan, 7.30—-Mr G. Bovd. Chute, 7—Mr L. Waldron.

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CHAPTER XXV. A HOT BIRD AND A COLD BOTTLE [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

CHAPTER XXV. A HOT BIRD AND A COLD BOTTLE When the prisoner discovered the identity of his visitor, his firBt thought was in the line of congratu lation that he had been wise enough to obliterate a part of the message upon the wall, for it was hardly pos sible that it could escape the major if he remained in the cell any length of time. Dugdale wondered what had brought the governor of the citadel to his place of confinement. He remembered the airy way in which he had invited a call, without suspecting it would be accepted. When he discovered that Kickofi carried, the old square lantern in one hand and had a basket on his arm, he scented dinner. Accordingly he sprang up and hur ried to meet the major, once more assuming that jaunty, happy-go lucky air that had quite captivated the heart of this soldier of fortune. "Upon my soul, this is an unex pected, but doubly welcome pleasure, major. The onl5 thing I regret is that circumstances over which, I have no control eSectually prevent m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

Australian Natives' Association npiIE Fortnightly MEETING of the Beaufort Brunch, A.N.A., will beheld in the MECHAN ICS' INSTITUTE on TUESDAY Ever.in cr next at 8 o'clock sharp, I). LIND3A1', Secretary.

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