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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) UNDER THE BAN OF THE CZAR, OR, THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. PART 9. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

O R. THE WINNING OF ISOLDE. 1 v ; 3y St. Gteorge Rathborne, Author oj "Omar Kassam," etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XXIV.—(Continued.) The man who wrote upon the wall was indeed the ill-fated officer who had been led out to execution less than forty-eight hours before. Apparently he had just learned that he had but a few hours to live, and his last act was to. thus be queath his legacy to any unfortunate who might come after him. It was a noble deed, and worthy of being remembered, whether good came o: it or not. In the briefest possible way, the Russian told that he had long been engaged in working a secret tunnel that would give him a chance for liberty—that but six or eight hours work would complete the job ; and now he had only one hour to live, as he was to die at sunrise. Dugdale could not imagine anything more provoking than this. j At the same time he was struck with the dramatic qualities of the situation, which certainly equalled anything he had ever read. The-strange writing told w...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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STATE SCHOOLS' PATRIOTIC WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

STATE SCHOOLS' PATRIOTIC WORK. A progress report of the central executive of the Education Department Patriotic League, from October 1st to November 15th, has earned warm com mendation from the chief organiser, Mr Frank Tate, M.A., I.G.O. "In every home one' is able to detect evidence of the serious manner in which the conflict has been viewed/' the report states, and continues, "To this deep convic tion is doubtless due the unanimous support received by the patriotic league from every corner of tne State." The central executive would like to take advantage of this opportunity to express a sense of appreciation of the response which the enthusiasm of the scbopls has effected. "During the month the work of pro viding garments for the Belgians was initiated. The work was hurried on, as Monsieur Lauwers, Consul for Bel gium, pointed out that unless received before November 1st he could not undertake to land it in Belgium before February loth. In October, 8741 com pleted articles were r...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

'middle CREEK. 'J ^ ,u i: ■<>':nK<VO-NUKNT.) irc«, the Pialion-master here tweive months, has been ;r& to tiii! Gippsland district, jriisiveil from Talbot, has taken ; Creek school was a centre I examinations for merit r certificates on Tuesday, >vere about 20 candi "'jjcssrs DcHtigard and Griffiths «cJisr£f of {i',e centre. ^raii) fell on the 24th ult. ult. Over an inch was I-iJintfie^hool .cnage up to 10 iffi (he Wednesday, morning;. ..It! fersiniri.C: and appearances indi-j 5[jiifier heavy downpour. fR-a very good attendance of | jj-stihe half-yearly meeting of , ~wk Inarch of the A.N.A. hr, 20th tilt. The Chief j • A- M. Taylor), who paid iirisir, was vo doubt partly ' lefor the ?plcnd!d gathering-. Mr -J. Jk-Leod, occupied i requested the Chief Presi 2 S£*»it Mt 10 \jxi received from the Board re \~isembors of expeditionary afsasciai: Workmen's Gompensa jjjaai annual conference. With ^istbe Workmen's Compensation jiftfef President recommended...

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

Throat Api-'ucrrross asd Moarsknksj?. 'i a t-irfifin'nt; t'vnui irritation of the tlurint an I lioiusono.ss will lio a^rcc.'ibiv .surprised at tfi f'l.noM initnoi)i;tf^ velioi'ttflmilod by the use, o I " JJiciwu's JJr.im-lii:t( Tropins." 'J'itosi! [anion j " luzuiin-cs" am now sv-7.'! by most rcspoi.-fulii. Mienifct? in fnis country. I'tioplc troublci i wifli a " Jia<*kii:£r cough," fi " sliulic coiil,-" or __ liroiiciiial aiictitioit#, ftwuot. try then tun soflu, n< hiiuilar troubles, if ullower; to progress, result iu serious Pulmonary unii Asthmatic cUfcutiuiis. .Soo Hint t.l.o siti'ii.nturc of John I. Buovn' k Son is on every \vrup; par.- i'leimrefl by John i. Ukowv & Son, Huston, U.^. A. * liuiujicriii Depot,:':;, Fnrriits: (lon Kn:i(i, Loivlot:. 181 111 JtfflilBI from any such disease a* ECZEMA, SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, ABSCESSES, ULCERS, GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, BOILS, PIMP LES, SORES OF ANY KIND, PILES, BLOOD POISON, RHEU MATISM, GOUT, &C., don'...

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

AN OLD MU'HSK I'Oli CHILDREN. " MrsWinslow's Soothing- Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always ho used for (Children while Teething. It ScjthcV the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all 1'ain, Cures Wind Colic and is tfit> 15c.st Remedy for Diarrhea. Direc tion? for Using- Mrs Winslow's Kcoth iso Syuvp.—i'or a child under one moiilli old, (J to 10 drops ; threes months old, half a teaspeonful; six months old and up wards, a teaapoouful three or four times a day. For Dianhcea, repeat the above dote r-very lv. 0 hours, tuiLil the character of the discharges is changed for the better. Sold Everywhere. To-morrow or to night, maybe, you will lose something that you prize highly. Nearly everybody loses some thing at one time or other, bub in Beaufort few tilings are lost that can not 1)0 recovered through a .small ad. in the " Riponshire Advocate." It's easy to mail an atb-to the "Advocate," or just call at the oiliee. and tell us your trouble. iiililt TTi U N B1! A L HE F O li M. L ...

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

[Schedule a.—Clause 4 (b.)] NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOIt A MINING LEASE. T THE rKDERSlGNEl), hi-ra-y give JLj not icy limt, within ten dfl.vsfivrntho dai<; iicreoi', 1 will leave with the "Warden of tin; M iniiig Division of Beaufort an appli cation kir n 1 ,i\\se, the particulars whereof arojicreumler .set forth Name in full of applicant or applicants., and style under which it is intended that the business shall in; carried on—John Cameron BeJl. Full address of each applicant—Bath Street, Uallarat. Supposed extent ol' ground applied for, and whether on or l>oki\v the surface, or both, or h iudc—Thirty acre?: both ; a lode. * Name and address of each person (if any) who is owner of and who is in occupation of the land, ho far as the applicant has been able to learn—Crown lands. Full description and precise locality of the ground—South-east of Beaufort. Term required—15 years. Time of. commencing operations—On the granting of the lease. Whether the boundaries of the land...

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

a. i i ! irPBNDEKS will be received on or 1 X before Thursday, 17th December, 1914, for the' right to graze on the undermentioned land from the 1st. January, 1915, to 30tb September, 1915. The foe for above period and fee for license must accompany each tender. Tender forms and full particulars may be obtained at the Local Land Office. ! Lot 2 (Block 79S3).—300 acres, being j the Mount Emu Recreation Reserve, ' allotments 74 and S3, pariah of Lillirie. | H. S. W. LAWSON, ! Commissioner of Crown Lands and Survey SEED WHEAT BOARD. Applications for Seed wheat and Stock Food advances will be dealt with at the Board Room, Lands Office, Ballarat, on MONDAY, 14th DECEM BER, 1914, at 11 o'clock. - CHAS. J. JOY, Land Officer. District Lands Office, Ballarat, 4/12/14. SESSESES OF NOTICE is hereby given that any person leaving dead animals on the Lake Goldsmith Reserve and roads gen erally throughout the Shire will be prosecuted. (By order), NORMAN B. ACTON, Shire Secretary. Shire Offices, Bea...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

MINING NEWS. Some excltenioni vt* caused in Beattfert . week by the r.ovva that a prcuncctor ramed R0u i Cumminc hntf struck a a<iHtlz lode ir ifc IIusUc3's paddock in Cumberland Gully, bc^ea what 19-known as Bis Cumberland and Kiltair gu'lies. It waL- discovcrad On the hiirfi.ee id traced for a mile, and havin;: been followed ten: the stone was cut at Oft. in several places, stat ins nice gold. ft if, ar. east and west formifa and is quite dieted from anything in the stupe of quartz reefs found i:- thi» district hitherto. Messrs Mitchell ;-.-.id lie)!, sharf.brokers. of Bai larat. have taken the tor in hcr.d, anj shares at £20 apiece arc King issued to teat tit find. Several o£ these shtrci have r.'rc-sd? te taken up in Beaufort. A number cf c:^-ericta miners have visited the locality, ar.d consida iit discovery a promising one. including themasja of the Nugcrettj' Ajax, Dsylesford. Three !»e have been pe-eeed out and r.rc being applied is: by Meaar3 Mitchell and Bell. A...

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BFAUFORT THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

BFAUFORT THISTLE CLUB. ! F. v the dual purpose of celebrating St. Andrew's Day and entertaining old Scottish pioneers, a haggis dinner was iield at the Societies' Hall 011 Monday night by the Beaufort Thistle Club. Alxut . 40 members' and visitors were present, and the chief (Mr J. H. Robertson) presided. Mr D. Stevenson acted as director of ceremonies, and the secretarial duties were in the capable hands of Mr P. T. Stevenson. The catering arrangements were well carried out by Mr J. T. Glover. Past-chief J. B. Cochran recited Barns' grace, and the Rev. A. J. Stewart the '' Address to the Hag^ia." The haggis was brought in by the officers of the club, preceded by Piper Barclay. Daring the evening selections were played by the piper, and vocal items contributed by Messrs Bis sett, A. Boyd, H. Hunter, J. Slater, E. Hannah, and Rev. A. «T. Stewart. Messrs P. T. Stevensen and H. Hunter played the accompaniments. " j After full justice had been done to the j appetising repast provided by...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

!;]UML LAND BOARD. .■ " <moy, land officer, sat as a local 1 ,1/d''5sttboCourt House. Beau'ort, 1 ;^ay, and dealt with the follow- l ?;ffetion51 }'E. H. Panther, 20 acres, between 1 'f • P.2S, and B29. -- Refused. Mkv;F. Willox. 10 acres, about! tealVa'n N.E. corner of allot. fry^a. jfi'vi-r-Grant'. 20 aero?, norilt and! lV2o. oast and adjoining | and Raglan, south andi t and Raglan road.—' 'v'totiicr.ikd [r>>- ^0 <jfvG3 north and i allot. B25 and B26 sublet to lA^Cuthbc-vtson, 20 acres, N.W- ! 3®ing allot. B27, and south of1. j.,1^ Boau fort. —Refused. I ■ '-°Ti\ey. 20 acres, south of Raff- ! load and north of P. Padfield.---1 .intended sulnoet to surrender of fright and residence area, and 1 ft; ^ approved survey. ^'•jatilie.. 20 acres, east of allot. of P. Padfield.-—Recom-j W'r^'-ct 1-° approved survey. i !»nor. 20 acres, fronting Beau-. 4'l' Wan roa^' a'!" west and adjoin- ( —Recommended for about i ££3<>Uh» north-eastern portion of i ^...

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[?]FORT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

p^fTrE brigade. {[fly t . ' rm members and reserve i-^L ,vci'c present at the annual 0i the Beaufort Fire -Brig ^fTuesf!ay night. Captain G. -^cupied tiie chair. 'The Wes -^.jrict Fire Brigades' Associa - i^arded tlic programme for •• forthcoming' demonstration. L 'wee read from the Connfcry •f [Irigades' Hoard re- supply of :\„j] foat-s, annual demonstra ted appointment -of judges and i.r7-E.v-c:iptain Sinclair nom ft as judge. The Beaufort Odd "iVlodge wrote accepting invi to cuclire tournament. The City Brigade forwarded a ^•arntary ticket for their an ,!/cfoiai-—j'"'renien Davis and Mar "rtit appointed to represent the The secretary' was in to obtain a price for three Ellis couplings. The follow rVicers were fleeted. Ex-captain l-'air actina- as installing officer:— fa g. Wilson; lieutenant, J. ; foreman, .1. Martin; apparatus % B. Martin; secretary,, A. .J. I" treasurer, R. A. D. Sinclair, ^tailing oliicer addressed words '•oigratulation and encotirage .,'to each newly-elected ...

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The Ripohire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1914. The monthly meeting of the Riponshire Council takes place on Monday.' From Monday next, tho price of bread at Beaufort will be raised to 8;i the 41b. loaf. The secretary of the Beaufoit Athletic CI ib desires to acknowledge with thanks a donation of £11/ from Mr H. J. White. On Monday the Scottish flag was flown from the band rotunda, in celebration of St. Andrew's Day. The Beaufort Town Band (under the baton of Bandmaster Collins) played an excellent programme of music in the Havelock-st. reserve on Sunday after noon. A collection was taken up in aid of the contest fund. Iron Fireplace and Chimney—Black Iron, 301; galvanised, 35/; 15ft high, 3ft. wide; euaranteed effective.—<T. H. Rorkrtson, Plumber, opposite Bank of Victoria. The rainfall at Beaufort for Novem ber, as registered by Mr J. McKeich, was 142 points, against 268 points for the corresponding month last year. For the eleven months;11.53 inches has f...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

IN MCMORIAM. KW&PIN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed peacefully away on December i»th, 101o, at '' Jearambiilik," Eurambeen. Dearly loved, sadly missed. —Insertea by her loving family.

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LICENSING COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

licensing court. Messrs JReid Murphy, Berry man, and Rowan, P.M's., sat as the annual licensing court for Beaufort and Lexton districts at Beaufort on Wednesday. The licenses of Jus. H. Bolte, Ripon Hotel, Skipton, and Margaret Coulson, Prince of Wales Hotel, Snake Valley, were renewed, the assessments being fixed at the same as last year. A renewal of the license of the Rail way Hotel, Beaufort, to C. H. Dancocks was granted, the assessment being the same as formerly. Questioned as to the reason for a falling off in the trade at this house, the Licensing Inspector (Supt. Bennett) said the only reason he could give was thait the mining industry here was not as flourishing a3 last year. The renewal of the license of the Railway Hotel, Linton, was granted to G. E. Hav, the assessment being fixed at the same as last year; the applica tion of Charlotte Godden, Royal Standard Hotel. Linton, being similarly dealt with. Mr Berryman—There has been a con siderable increase in Beaufort distri...

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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY,; DECR. 1ST, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. P. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J's.P). DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 5 December 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. ! Tuesday,; Decr. 1st, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. P. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J'siP). Debt. In the debt case of Jas. &. Loft v. x. E. Carom (which was adjourned from last court), the bench gave an order against defendant for £2 with 15/6 costs. Mr S. Young appeared for complainant. Mr Sinclair (who is a member of the complainant firm) did not adjudicate in the case of J. R.' VVotherspoon & Co. v. Wm, Meadows. This case was also adjourned from last court. Mr Young, who appeared for com plainants, said the sum of £1 10/ had been paid on account, leaving a balance of £14/7. There had been no notice of defence, and ho asked for an order for £1 4/7 with 15/6 costs. The bench made an order accordingly. Obscene Language. Constable Evans charged John Hellyer with having used obscene language in Havelock st., Beaufort, on 81st Oct. Defendant pleaded guilty. Constable Evans stated, on oath that on Saturday night, 3Lstult., he was com ing round the»corn...

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UP AGAINST THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

I UP AGAINST THE JUDGE. He was a .Scottish advocate, and in his pleading1 he had several times pronounced the word "enow" for "enough." "Mr. tlic judge z'emarked at length, "in England we sound the ' ough ' as ' ufi ' — ' enufr,' not 'enow.' " " Verra weel, ma lord/' continued the self-possessed pleader, "of this we have said enufif ; and I come, ma lord, to the subdivision of the laud in dispute. It was apportioned ma lord, into what in England would be called pluffland—a plufl'Iand being as much land as a .pluflman can pluff in one day, and pluH'men- " But his lordship could not. with stand . the ready repartee, and burst into a laugh, saying :— "Pray proceed, Mr, ; we-know ' enow ' of the Scottish language to understand .your arguments."

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SAME OLD MIX-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

SAME OLD MIX-UP. It's a telephone story again. A few evenings ago a young man had occasion to call up his ladylove, and [for once he got through- to her without delay. .. .. "Hallo he whispered softly. "Yes," came "the reply. r '.'Is that you, George?" '•Are you alone, dearie "Yes, darling." "I wish I were there ! HI were, do you know what I should do ?" "No, George ; I cannot guess." Just then the lines became sadly mixed, and what the sweet young tiling heard was something like this : "Well, I'd pull her ears hack till she opened her mouth, and then I'd drop a lump of mud in it. Jf that didn't answer, I'd give her a sound thrashing," Amy. and George. don't speak now when they see one another, and a. certain farmer, who'was talking to a vet, about a baulking lrinre, won ders why he was advised to " put his arms round iier ntek and whis per sweet, endearing words of love into her ear I"

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THE SUBMARINE WAR AGAINST WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

THE SUBMARINE''WAR AGAm$? -WAR. (By: CHARLES FEllOU'SoN.) UrOuks Adams, in his "Law of Civilisation. and Uccay,'* tktVolopfe) the interesting thesis.' 'that: .'civilisa tion advances only in t.hoso his torical periods in which: the agen cies of military doinncf' ovorhnlaTu-^ tor li time the agencies or belli gerent attack. That is lo soy, thu human race has always found a | respite from destructive warfare—a breathing space in which to develop the constructive arts nnd" sciences— whenever peace-loving nations have found 'means for making assaults upon their peace so difficult and dangerous to the assailants that the game has not hren worth the candle. In the light of this principle the modern development of submarine fighting-craft deserves the respect ful iittcjitiosi of peace sociotios. An immense amount of expert tes timony is accumulating to the ef fect that submarines of the . Holland type are likely to prove so dreadful to Dreadnoughts that the ponderous naval armaments that a...

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[?] IN FLYING MACHINES. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

IJKIIIN FLYING WACHIHES. IHEJiOiN'K.-^ sn.»E or AV!ATi'»N. ajssiitwH it u«.ic»ii industrial in* feit? Th.it is to say, are. lie; MO'l market:-- for aeroplanes, gfyirtinA factories ? Undoubt life. Every country in tlio world *518t iwwJuig a«>ro|<htucs to the 1 y-'.z.'a oi their navy and army. . Is r>;! Powers are setting up i'is to make: their own machines :. ^ rrir.jc (hemseh'es in the s ssr ri finding the best and most - iV- feign?. while, according to jiTies,' ;t ui'ct i :n;.y smaller such as Turkey, Norway, , !zz;a, Sm-ia. 0 recce. Chile, ■ L: ft-:.. ;re abo turning- their j:io iho new weapon oi J r-', id Lao pent over officers to • ..s pilots in the different 5 uf iviropc ;mi<1 the j '■'< oi America. J rJrthc greater Powers are busy , own machines—it is es thr.i 10'.' aeroplanes will J J: itis!Government •£:-v. twelve '.nouths—the / ~'-£r >--j..irir-s win, for .some - 'V.:!e,iH, have iy cunt cut them-" buying from abroad. ~ tii;u 'here i...

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A WHITE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

of an oxile in tlx ,y .1. . 1 ,'!<]•!• t\.r.£t> lor OVCJ •r" ry, ivas found by Aii\ Stc rbas bec-n travelling K ',;)0 Congo. "This man,* ?V Sto^vnri, "was the mosi indivitiun I I have evei if''' . • ff oji^ tipon !wn one even wf iin<( hocn walking ;^ io:-'-5v tor twelve hours, <° ll,c by v oi rnin accontpaniec t.wana lightning'. We march dircrtton i» which w< \ |ju. xiiliiS'-' oiight to b( ^ .^.on we *nv tiio> figure o; '■i'lv ciroi Loiiiint" < awards us friers. who wore- in front. ilwt it was a white man I "jjg lie came near he shout ec Lidgiiap1 of the natives,- one j^; could speak that tongu< h-hiti English. He took u< (vS1'®* v"lKa ^^whin.q; for. '^Jiion d/fcovcrcd that lie wat •\y{;'dng among the j»eople. j^t right wo spoke to him as nvjiid !ht> .'nnip fire before in which tie lived. ITe tolc ^if r:* wvre the first white meis £*' ,i ffffl !or man;.' years, bul ^{jre no dotaiis as to his owr i ...

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