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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

!? U N E R A L 11 E P O R M. Esfcablishoil I860. :e:. s.a_:n":d3 (Late Wm. Baker), UNDERTAKES', Opposite the State . School, NEILL STREET, BEAUFORT. Heai\se and other requisites supplied in town or country. Funerals of all classes furnished at the lowest possible charges. Post, Telegraph, and Telephone Messages promptly attended to. YOUR BRIDAL PORTRAIT. Your Bridal Portrait. Four Your Bridal Portrait. large | Your Bridal Portrait. orcsaiiisc K ■!■ Ycur Bridal Portrait. rooms Your Bridal Portrait. avoid Bridal Your .Bridal Portrait. delay. Veils, Your Bridal Portrait. Wreaths, Your Bridal Portrait. Bouquets, Your Bridal Portrait. 5 Buttonholes. Your Bridal Portrait. ] and RICHARDS & Co. j GIovcp, BALLARAT. J the latest Your Bridal Portrait, style Your Bridal Portrait. kept Your Bridal Portrait. at the Your Bridal Portrait, Studio. Your Bridal Portrait. Your Bridal Portrait. Appoint Your Bridal Portrait. ments Your Bridal Portrait. by letter, Your Bridal Portrait. wire, or Yo...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

■A famous Cornish lifeboat, att^ years of service, has been converted into a dwelling:, and is to let for a week. This old lifeboat bas «'0Df duty at many wrecks. It was launch ed when the "SS. Mohesan" veB ashore on the Manacles with tbelo» of so many lives, and also at stranding of the American h'ner ?3 ris." Charles W. Rocbefort, a profe&00' al criminal, during bis imprison"iffl in the Ohio Penitentiary became p& Gcieot in the knowledge of ^ city. He invented an electrical ^ sweeping machine and sereraL« useful appliances. 5'

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

jj-AN ULU NUHSK rOU CHILDREN. | " Mrs Winslow's Sootliiiii?- Syrup :* -foi j Children ' Toothing. Should aiway.s In j used lov t'hiWron vlii)« Teething. It j. Sc.:)lho.s thy Child, Softens t'ie (Jams, '.Allays all-J'aii.Vj. Cures Wind Coliii -anU is Lfeho' JJosi Il'(ih!CnV/ for l>iarrho.«r,' Biree [ lious for Jia Wl^si.oW.s SOGTH IIXO -SvjBUP.i—vVir n «.>l»i!d uuder «ju< month oh', (! to JO drops : Uireo niourha old,', half n : .six mouth* old nml tip Kurds, tiVKpoonful (circs »•»* fourti'me* a <luy. I'"!' Diarrhaia, rqioat t.hf\ ;ihov<> lie-so wvery two hone, until (ho eii<ittu:l'er of fch'f «iisi»harsrc.s Is changed for she In'i lor. Sold Kv.;ryv.!svi'\ . - P/;:;{kricU Johanr-cn w;ts fined- ,£-100 i'ov fS.HiiCii.:- •'> *')C' ■ :i,svot-J->n _.(3f.Z. f ':itiib'ir'ii."•»• ' tris-rryi; I ' . BEAUFORT ATHLETIC CLUB. GRAND ATHLETIC TWSSES'S'SKrGf I <&cgislare<i Foot Raee=i_ u:\Cx Unregistered Bicycl...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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A YANKEE IN A HURRY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

A YANKEE INr A HURRY An arousing incident occurred at Charing Cross Station in Ascot wee*. An American drew up at the station in a taxi, and, jumping out before the cab had hardly stopped, started to haul down his luggage. Noticinz a porter standing by, he called out to him : "Come a long, ma n, and taken}, lug-gage. What time is the next train - to Ascot ?" "Oh, you've come to the wrong station, sir," said the porter, witha smile. "Yon want Waterloo." "Then fetch me a taxi at once, and don't stand there like an idiot," the now-excited Yankee exclaimed. The taxi duly arrived, but by that time the American had worked him self into a towering rage, and roared at the driver : • „ "Waterloo, as fast as the devil! "The station, sir?" quietiy ss^e the unperturbed driver — a rems^ which put the finishing- cap 011 ' American's temper. 1 "No, you tarnation fool! - screamed ; "the battlefield !"

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

I _ Tlf&OAT A FVECTION*S A»1J IlOAHSKXEH.f. • ■>/) >iifloL'i;.'fr ivuin ion .of fho ihraiitui •! f'OHiisemss wiil be ;i(irc>o;ib!y surpi iw.'d'iit • H ; i "biiost i-iuiunt'iiile volitif"I'.HoiiJ'nl by tbe umi < ' " I'.i'ov. n'a lii'oticliiul TroHin«." Those ftutioi lozeiifjcs" :iv<? now sold liy.jnosr, rG*i>o<'i,:ihl 111'liciuistst in., (bis. country. - (rouble | With ;i •.,<;!iai;fcititr';<!'OU^h,;''• :i "' sli«r!lt I'ciiil, ■;«r tmtiiefiiiif; afiecfimis, cuiniof try . Uioi j ' ;;t .,iiin!ar i «v»h mUs, u- .-iuiuvvg. t in '!'•>» 1(11. (II ^tl'W-l'uUHUttr.r'.' till !'• fri.'O l MtiillUlll' Jua:>; LvKKOWK'-'Ai sos is on. ovcrv . wrap per. !Viv|.sr.:-■! Iiv Jonk i. ottow-s -v n/)N' Huston, U.S..\; Jinf LNlnH D«)'vl, i ihn lio.ui, Liu.ilvr, Knu';:r,<!. ■ ; ECiElvIA, SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, ABSCESSES, ULCE3S. GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, BOiLS, PIMP LES, SORES OF Ar<V KIND. PILES, BLOOD P'OISON, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NAVY FASHION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

I I NAVY FASHION. Some of the officers and men of s vessel anchored in the harbour of Funchal, Madeira, went ashore for a horseback ride round the island. I About half way up the mountain two officers encountered a foretopman , evidently very warm, riding a spirit | ed little horse, which had a stem [ tied up in a silk handkerchief slung j to its tail. "What are jou doing with that j handkerchief, Brown ?" asked the lieutenant. j "Why, you see, sir," said Brown, "that when I first hitched her up she pitched badly, being too much by the head so I just rigged this stone on aft and brought her down to her bearings, and now she sails like a clipper !"

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

if«S PSesat^ ; 15 Yes, so beautiful that ^they are an inspiration. - -xrcougst our new arrivals || 4 . , « t'j are nviny exclusive m sty ie ^ and all alike charming in appear- |j anefc. Yon need not &o further than |j our Store for a Blouse lo suit vou perfect- 1 Sy-~-\vc've so many and the prices are so pleasing 1 ibut you'll be mst delighted. Why not ccme in and have a peep at them—looking || *s fici atiO byviag viteap—with &u ^qttal welcome in either case. ■: G.&G.21 -1 f\ €5 h OUa.ii ^ ah&. -I Bf— plbndid yarikty —I $J - Linen, Pique, Crepe, Embroidered and ST *U I eady is in The gssssa ^ l^TTTTr^? F^rrrv^ / j N}i liSsrs; t-i ~ F 'IPJEdCOlsriE. 22. ^spranBHEEa^irEEzia c J$o mmonwcz&t *f ftHnsi ^ HEA» OF^SGK |§f||p||^ SYDK1SV :';.;3 Rific » uj'-si (o* 41' c1«wj% or (-2>-i^3ERAIo 3AP*35€J£y Q tEiUSB £*\3EZSS a* POST OFFICE BUH.Of?tf-iS( SSus-fe & fLyd laird Sto., BAL.LARAT Ajao »t Melbourne, Sydney, EJowcaotlo, Brotson Hill, ESubb...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM. GROWING COWPEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

THE PARJfl. r, GR0W1NG COWPEAS. The cowpea is a plant that is not sufficiently appreciated. Its value as a soil renovator, as a green manure crop, a3 a catch crop, as a pasture and as a regular hay crop, gives it a place in agriculture which warrants its wide acceptance to our iarmeta. Its wide adoption to the soils and to the climatic conditions common to this State make it a crop that can readily be grown in practically every part of the State, and there is little doubt that its use is destined to a. great increase, due to the constantly increasing prices o! farm lands with out a corresponding increase in pro duction. There are, however, some import ant reasons why the cowpea has not taken as important a place in agri culture as it deserves. Among these are the high cost of seed and the dif ficulty in curing the hay. The gradual introduction of cowpea hullers that can separate the peas Irora the vine -without cracking them will ■ •ji * '««UUUPT> ed y overcome the first of these...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Rishire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

Published every Saturday Movniiig. . J SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1914. We regret to hear that two cases of Jiphthcria have occurred in the' family 3f Mr Harry Hill, on the Ararat road, Beaufort; his daughter Dulcie. aged 2% years, and stepdaughter Winnie, aged 10 years, being the. sufferers. The secretary, oi the Beaufort Ath letic Club desires to acknowledge with thanks the receipt of the fol lowing donations towards the Box in g; Day sports:—Jtfr Philip Lewis, Tilythvalc, Streathani, £2 :!/; C!r. I), ft. Hannah, President of Itiponshirc,. Stockyard Hill, S./. Messrs Ferguson, of Waterloo, and Jas. Humphreys (an old Beaufort boy), who are membc-va of the second expedi tionary force, were on leave last week and took the opportunity of visiting their friends. ■ Messrs Jas. Cuthberteon and J.SCallender, two old Beaufort boys who are also members of (he contingent, visited Beaufort on Sunday and Monday. Mr A. Driver, sun of Mr and Mrs Wm. D: Ivor, of Tis also off-"to the 'war. T T yea wau...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

Before the. decisive battle at Ishtib ! an ingenious method of signalling on the part of the enemy was discover ed by the Servians. A cowherd was taking five cows out to pasture on a hill half-way between the two camps. He drove them about, sometimes two together, then one at a time, then three, thus conveying information to the Bulgarigns as to the position and strength of the Servian battalions. The people of the United States read and "support as many newspap ers as England, Prance, and Germany, combined. 1958.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MI[?]LE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

MLE M jj A.au '• ."Ocretary of the Jj fi'e'MVv!;. Cuangor, Shir it;] Er'T-itbocn Patriotic League, |T 1 •: rs Li ire roooipt of ttte «-Jour!ij s not already 'ac-k ■&ttawefa ifcauro.w-jFfer Miss ; 14-3!riV"Tiii-ni.T. !#'. per Mr] Ji. U<l:;o^, »/; per Mr; RUirlX MoTnsH?. ^t-r., io: Mr »£•?. .ft: 0. I'ickford, »;p Vylnni:-, >22: Mr A mi-lMrs W. U'. I'ickford, £11/ ; M^aor, £22?; XvC. Stewart, mLevis, A'V !•': Brennan i' Mallei, >21 I/; Mrs ifj-il/: Mr ar.d Mrs Bateock. 'jS.Hl Pieiuord, 10 : Mr T. W. ikl'.Mr F. Adams, 10/; Mr W. ta!0i8:MrJ. II. Mat-sow.;:. 10/6 ; Egilos, 1(>/; Mr H. McLood, 10/: it&ate, JO/: Mr Geo. Lees, 10/ : Jte.sonr. 10/: Mr J. Nairn, 10/ ; jfee?. 10/; .Mr J. Fay, 10/; Mr ;ter,lO/:Mr Wm. Ford, 10/ ; Mr Sspssn, 10/; Mrs J. lloL.inson. 5/ ; sW.Peaeo:k, 5/; Miss 1. ('-uyot, 5/; iSJfeLeaa, 5/: Sympathiser, 5/; Mr fe;U/:MrG. Raker, 5/; Mr G. ste, 5'; Mr John Stcwirt, 5/: Mr &Mo;MrP. Waldron, 2/0. a kerkarooc Shire Council has -...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

'""raglan. 01-b CORRESPONDENT). i-jjuyable evening's enter ^rasV:™1 in Kaglan hall by Mr Arch. Wother Ivtbbii hbiHO cinematograph, la filif.?"'" Presbyterian Church w';iS ;i V'°r-V ft'ooc* and »»ti the pictures ^•9 very b<wt, hi:i! i'ar exceeded ^islfor.s of the ftagfon people. |;l \RDo!i::!ii presided and rend i»f the dirt"emit pictures. • [i'/jiO uv: riin.sr songs were ren |)|icc White J Mrs Lindsay. St'.'venjOM 'played the ac StW. Ar l!)L> dose oi' the SicstWV'-' lh-cdie moved a 4$ ihsj.'ics tu Mr Wotheyr splendid entertriinmeirt,: £sr.>.lfcat h"R ^sshc-ae* iii (hat'llicy " most enjoyable and instrue* ;;T;.:sjr. and also included the i&ftTie musical items so nicely Mr A. Skeu cs seconded gff thanks. which was carried 'jslar.sti,->tt- Sir Wothorspoon iV K?pt?ndeJ. and said he was jjjfaiscd to h '!p t'u:- church, and Stvirap were brought to a close I tie National A u thorn. f

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

j BEAUFORT RAINFALL. to.Mv JaOleKeich for. tfi, 'JitOiest IIhifoniiulioll Jls'-ta til' rain .'ill .it, lt.?auf6rt srncu ISOii. - / 'y;i MiO 'oi '02 \v '04- :fi5'.-'ocrMy-'os ,:oc; Pub. j180 "0j ;13j V8/i!202;"«r■ 1 i!; i»4MOiif r>S| -01 Mar.i2?4i407K«8igB{l^»i-';?8t.«tV.35tj Sff-IBO, iS7 A pv. i011v li^i lOGj 71':W;i|" 0S!S(;<i! J unci«1 >3;;8'3(n iS'pfWl: 40 l!2SS!33l»5 I25l309i2a8 . J38IJit .. Nov |25?j 01 no! ;?j3UO;2l». ?0-J«2; LSO" »7:T 1 *:n Doc. 110,1 81 i fflShfifijiW?! 10;«4(;i 43!-121»! 70jii7 Ttls.. r: Tja . V.O, ; July, *:j"i ' Augnst. 22;"i iu-'.iifemiiw, 0.:(oho-.\ 2~v7; ntov , ember.-70;: December; iS;i. • ; 10X1-Jauuiti y, i7 ; February, Y-52;- March, -iCi : : "April, SO; May, S31; Juue. Zf.'s; -July. 182; August. : IG3; Srotembor, G20; Octobcr. 205; November, 49. j Decern ix\ :f?l. ■ • i 3912.—J.-umury. 20; February, •10; March. 250; I April, - :!S; May. £51; Juno. 20S; July, 155 Aug- i ust, 17t'; September, CIS : October, 119 : Novcm" 1 bcr. 207; D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

M5«syr^a2£OTCSBasBa5Pa3a J Ft? Feeri He Worked in tj'/eiGrcund, Kidney *Pains fed Verrihie {Backache. te Tonic Cured w tor *v£> vrrittcn from Tubbul P& Vis YoMf, tJ.S.W., Aug., 15/11. tfce writer, strongly |®-acis iU xintrs to use thin p'-i!.t*«v.se it it sv.ch a powerful I1-: isd blood puriftr that it j ®£aa tie of u iidergrou cd sssstxt tr.d bid air upon the |r»- AS:tr reading thit tetter, act T«ic jai kttp iietltby •— tt«T5 T0H1C LTD., "hisistf f«r y«ri I workej «B 1 f'1 ru:i, mi ejw it is uUieg ob Qe, pli&tvilh eykUstri bsekscke , ^ttes ia Ytiffisg told me f Vi.i, t»J jijJ SB opsrfctioe aigkt be ""'ft!}. Their eied'tciae dii E« ao Imelndigaioitrt. Iwatio I tnld not H»lk f«, without a bli asd pill#, ^•'wilttah syitrj te sc, until 1 " "lEttU T«git. The first ao3 toll]'poor tffest, bfit Sbe .'W- lv« mprii&S at the great p'wtt cttat. I felt st wail its when I «b iat &s«5 «le«p well, rnut.., te Ei'. tad I think thai SfttS TONIC OUGHT TO BE f f'[« IN...

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CHAPTER XXXI. WHILE SMOLENSK SLEPT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

CHAPTER XXXI. WHILE SMOLENSK SLEPT. | The fact that hia tunnel had come up inside the walla of Smolensk did not appear to Dugdale a thing to be lamented. Indeed, had it proved otherwise, he might have found him self in somewhat of a dilemma as to how he should find his way within the gates. Hia own freedom was only an inci dental part of the game. There was something of considerably more im portance, and that concerned, the safety of Isolde. For her to remain meant that she would be forced to obey the Em peror's decree. Dugdale knew what these marriages of diplomacy meant, and how every sacrifice was demand ed of the lady, while the man gave up nothing. Whenever he thought of this charm ing girl mated to the detestable baron he mentally swore and vowed it should not come to pass if he could raise a hand to prevent it. And that was why he felt quite satisfied at finding, himself still in side those forbidding walls when he thrust his head out of the tunnel. It seemed very quiet aroun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

HEADACHE AND LASSITUDE. "For some weeks I suffered from a stomach trouble which caused head ache and lassitude," says Mr Fred erick E. White, lb'2 Clark Street, Northcotc, Vic. "I have seen Cham berlain's Tablets advertised for such complaints and decided to try what they would do for me. Tl^ are the best medicine I know of for stomach troubles and they did me a great deal of good." Sold by J. »'«• Wotherspoon and Co. The district State schools will close next Friday, 18th inst, for the midsummer vacation, and will re? open on Jany. 25th, h'Mr>, after live weeks' vacation. The children attending the Beau fort State school have forwarded 2U pairs of knitted socks for use by the soldiers. The children have also subscribed the following amounts to wards the patriotic fund:—Sept., £1 1/; Oct., £1 5/; -Novr., ;ti 2/tL There vfas a large audience at the Societies' Stall on Thursday night when -+lie Beaufort Picture Co. gave a very enjoyable entertainment. The film, " Nero and Agripinni...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXX. FOR LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

CHAPTER XXX. FOR LIBERTY. • ! wnen tne prisoner ox xne oung'.eon again consulted his watch he found that the night was wearing on, as it had already reached the hour of ten. | It was time to begin to work if he hoped to carry out Qourko's plan. Once convinced that the coast was : clear and quiet reigned again, Dug dale prepared for business. j He was a little uneasy about the i baron. It seemed as though the mon i arch of the dungeon must have his j latch-string out, since every one he • knew in Smolensk was taking a no tion to give him a friendly call that evening. "I hope he doesn't come. If he knows what's good for him he won't do so," muttered Owen, unconscious of the fact that the Princess Isolde • was even then entertaining the baron and General GratscheS, and dazzling the former with bright smiles and j ready wit, so that he even forgot, J poor fool, that such a person as Dug dale existed. Being still uneasy, the prisoner j managed to ingeniously barricade the . door by means...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

••©SI ■-••••••-■'i-■' i -ft (■ .ifp&s . /*■-,,< And with it our Fine HOT WE J™"7' Varied Stock of 1 DRAPERIES, There is one way only to nullify the effects of the Summer Sun. Dress according to the Season. Provide for it—Enjoy it. Wear Light, Comfortable Cloth ing" during' Summer, and you'll feel Cool/a Cbi>ifortalbrle, and Buoyant in Spirits. Yfoiles, Flouncings, Rosebud Crepons, Poplins in great Variety. Silk and Muslin Blouses, Embroideries and Laces. e. White and Tan Boots and Shoes in great Variety. O Men's and Boys' Summer Suits, Fancy Neck Wear," Fashioned Shirts, f| O Silk Shirts, Hats, Boaters, and Panamas. § o S O Suitsmade to order in the latest Styles at Prices that cannot be equalled ® O by the large City Firms. A magnificent range of samples to select from. 9 § - NEW GOODS ALWAYS ARRIVING. q ' '8 ' " .INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. o o = o Q © 0 I ®®#®@O@®00QC0OOQQ0QOOGGCOQQ « I § i I s VlCTORIAN^^^^^^RAILV/AYS. I CHRISTMAS, &c., txCURSIONS...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

Reliaious Services. i sunday. DECEMBER 13th, 1914. Church of England.—Beaufort, 8 (H.C.) and 7; Raglan, 11; Trawalla, 3— Rev. W. B. Jesaop. Beaufort, 11—Mr E. J. Muntz. Shirley, 3; Main Lead, 7— Mr D. Jackson. Methodist Church.— Beaufort, 11; Raglan, 3; Waterloo, 7—Rev. W. H. Chapman. Beaufort, 7—Mr J. Stringer. Waterloo, 3; Raglan, 7.30—Mr C. Wal dron- Chute, 3—Mr G. Boyd. Presbyterian Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7; Middle Creek, 2.30—Rev. C. Robinson, B.A. Main Lead, II; Raglan, 3; Chute, 7.30—Mr N. McDonald.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXIX UNDER THE PRIESTLY VESTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 12 December 1914

OWAPTWR YXTTT UNDER THE PRIESTLY VEST MENTS. ^Vhen Dugdale had Been the tast of the general he proceeded to calmly finish his interrupted luncheon, nor did his appetite appear to have suf fered by the consciousness that he had just flatly declined an opportun ity to go scot free under certain con ditions. Two very unexpected visitors . had come upon him within the hour. Who would be next ? He hoped there would be no third, because he could not think of any one else who might desire to inter view him s^ive the noble baron, and, if ha cams, it would only bo to an noy him. Better for all concerned that this nobleman remain away, lest . some one should get hurt.' . Dugdale finished his meal thought fully, for he certainly had much to ponder over. This was a big game ha had enter ed upon, and one that called for all his reserve resources. Indeed, he believed it meant more than life to him, since success would prevent the wanton sacrifice of a I lovely girl, and probably give her in to hi...

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