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A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER, ■ ■ i i . .A— .i i i. ■ . THAT DOES MARVELS. During the last few years announce ments have appeared • occasionally tell ing how to make a really good hair tonic that would actually-make the hair grow, and it gives us great pleasure to learn that so many who have tried it have obtained such remarkable results. One lady writes that immediately after read ing the formula, she went to her chemist and had him put up as directed, 1 ounce of Lavona de Composee, J dram Menthol Crystals, and 3 ounces Bay" Rum. She took this home, and although her hair had been falling out terribly and she was threatened with baldness, she was astonished and delighted to note that the falling out of the hair stopped immed iately, and the hair itself began to grow in an amazing manner. In fact, she states that it has already grown nearly 8 inches in a little over two months. Moreover,, her hair is now brighter, glossier and more luxuriant than ever and is still growing. She rubbed the ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3RD, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. Tuesday, February 3rd, 1914. (Before Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair and E. W. Hughes, J's.P.) DEBT. A debt case, in which Mr S. Young appeared for the complainant, was settled out of court. ASSAULT. .Matthew Kelly proceeded' against • Joseph McCallum on a charge of having, . at Beaufort, on olst Jany., unlawfully ■ assaulted the informant. . Mr S. Young appeared for the defen dant, who pleaded guilty. Matthew Kelly gave evidence to the effect that on Saturday last, about 5.30 p.m., he saw accused. Witness came over from Mr Jones' chemist's shop to the Commerial hotel, where he had a horse tied up. As witness was walking up to the horse,. defendant said, " Are • you going to give me a b— — hammering, . 'oramlgoingtogiveyouone.?" Witness '\ answered, Neither." He went to un fasten his horse, and defendant came up . and struck him from behind. When / . defendant hit him ho said, '"There is one for you, you b , , b ." Witness said, •' I will soon find a way of dealing''...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

. % until you are worse before § starting a campaign against 9 disease. No matter how flight 2 may be your indisposition your % duty to yourself demands that %. immediate steps be taken to ^ disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not « worse, but where health is in g question y£u are never justified 8 in leaving anything to chance, % and, as is well known, indis- ■% position, insteadofdisappearing § of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to r„ tv parti'S which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are indications of digestive disorder, and may be regarded as Nature's warning of worse troubles to follow if the cause of the present ail ment be not speedily removed. Don't wait until to-morrow but take Beecham's Pills PrfeiOjd., 1/JJ.&...

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THE FARM. TOMATO GROWING EXTRA ORDINARY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

THE FMN. tomato growing extra - ordinary. ra' The "Intcrnation Hortic„ilurs, Grade Journal" of October 1912, publishes the following Ver J.' teresting article upon tomato « * ing by Mr. W. P. Vanditig, o! G " sey :—"In the last week 0( March 1912, I planted one house, 120 by % leet. For thirteen years my grot^ has not seen either a fork ov spado I never dig my ground in any 0( nw - green houses. The last 13 years "i have invited once a year all Guern sey growers and others. Tl\is yeac my house bearing this crop vas opened to the public the whole of the first week in July. I always make it a point to show the-tomatoes on the plants previous to ottering the seeds for sale. This year 1 have beat all previous records as to a heavy crop. 1 announced this crop ms being grown without any manure whatever. This waa<a mystery to all-growers. I never dig manure in the ground, sincc 1 never dig it, but every crop I give two heavy liquidings with well-decay ed horse manure and wiUi ea...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

COURSING. I Local clogs gave a good account of. i .themselves 011 Foundation Day. R.' Mar :; tm's greyhound, You're the One, won the ■: £10 stake at Ballarat. At the Hamilton ! terrier meeting J, Lloyd's Rocket was j-third in' the Plate and took £1. There I were 40 entries; • In the Trial A. JLSaph's I Larry. Queen obtained fourth place against 42 competitors. The principal event) the FouhdatioiT,r:I)a,y'-_Cup, went to A. J. Saph's Go6tj-Ne\v.s ; LaiTy Queen being1 runner-up. The owner received £17 in cash, and riljo a. silver.cup. . Good betting' was obtainable throughout the . meeting, but local and Hamilton sports were left lamenting tb the tune of.£32 .16/ over the result of lhe_"Cup ; a- bookmaker. being unable; to pay. The meeting was well conducted.: . The officials of the - club could not do enough, for the visitors. }

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

CHAPTER XIX. J Mildred's strength had by this time i almost left her, and she sat down, | taking a seat near her brother and [ looking with some degree of rage at i poor Barnes. As for -.Barnes, his emotion hact I overcome him completely. His pale | face was turned towards Bill Jones almost beseechingly. His nerve, which had never before failed him, had de serted him in the hour of greatest | need. He sat mute and silent, un 1 heeding the command of Bill Jones to tell the story of his rise to great ness. "Well, said Bill .Jones, turning to Mildred, and emitting another of his soul-sickening guffaws, "if he won't tell you, I'll tell you what I know. Then he may tell the rest. This chap was arrested in New York. Youre l member when I did the three months for—you know what—well, the last month .this fellow was sentenced to thirty days for vagrancy and assault ing a policeman. Oh, he was the slickest chap 1 ever came across. He had a fine store of tears to shed andr stories to tell when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

Th roat Are ectioxs an d Hoarseness.— All.sufi'f.viiit-; J'rpm Trritntion of the, throat and '•)st^rsc»i?j;'i»;Avn).!a>o"p.ursdabjy./sur})nB<!(2 at', the 'af«4«stTio>?ie''iateVoIiei4lloi,dod by fbc use' of " P.iov.n's B i'u ti id i i a I T ro e 1) os' ' Those famous " lozenges" are uow sold, by riiost respectable chemists in this country.- People' troubled with'a "hacking cough,'' a !e slipht .cold," or .bronchial a flections, ''-cannot"' Ivy • them loo; soon, a® similar troubles, if. allowed to progress, result iu serious Pulmonary and Astbiualic Affections. See that tj.o signature of Joux I. Brown H Son is on every wrap per. Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Beaton, U.^.'A. Euiopean!Doiipt,3o,Furnns: don Pioad, Londoe, Kntflnud. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. " Mrs Winslow's " Soothing Syrup " for Children Teething. Should always be used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gurus, Allays all Tain, Cures -Wind Colic and is tl.e Best' Re...

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CHAPTER XVIII. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

CHAPTER XVIII. In order to connect the visit of Dr. Carpenter to Marchmere with other events bearing on the result, we must go back in our history- a short! time, and take up the thread of that portion of the narrative touching on" the life of the.false Lord Chester in London. ... We have already seen the effect of Mildred Moore's wonderful beauty upon Sir Peter Steede. From the time he made his first call on her, with the purpose in view of entreat ing her to set Lord Chester free from her ensnaring friendship, there arose a tremendous rivalry between these two gentlemen for licr smiles. If Lord Ch'estcr presented. the singer. with a diamond bracelet, Sir Peter went him one better, and gave, her something a little: more costly. Sir Peter had | sprung at once into her • favour by | buying for her the coveted diamond I necklace which had been beyond the | means of Barnes. It is apparent at once that Barnes had little chance for success in this war of extrava gance, for Sir Peter had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

^elep^o^e 12. f. A CHEIIS8 ■iiw ST. THREE STE1L1MG REMEDIES HarMs* Miewmafeio SPosflfdors, . : Haras' ^ Isi^taeDBza, .'JSixtujpe, H®Pffi©' 1?©etMiag £z C@®lmg #®w«3©ps f©s> OMldte©ffij. H@HHS ©s& HO¥BS2DEli isfc.,. *12:-.' Ordinary Weefe ©aya, 9 Q.ra. to 0 p.m. Wednesdays, §t;a.iE3. to 12. q.sss. ; to 8 p.m. ; ! -Saturdays, 9 a^sa So no 1?. m. Sundays, 10 a-ra. 4© a p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. For Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction JiAVELOGK ^STREET, Commonweal' =@FF80E TWi Bank Is ojwa Ttr^clttsa <ft =©EP3EKAL BA®fS8G3© OWOIB3SQS a EQUITASLQ @OU.DIK^ OOLUN6 QF£3SGT0 E3SL0@yQE3O at Sydney, Ctenbersa, tlflel&Mo; 'Paftii, Habart, Brisbane, ©ec&bessjtoB, TowobtHIc, oofl-IcsSiSs <2iM« rsoiltcaacca taaSo'ta, <md drafts Jrairn oa foreign plaosa •tfirscl Corolla bills negotiates ocO , collected. Latsesa til credit icned to aay part of tbo uosIcL. Mia cejotiatad oi toraorteS (cy . oal'.eetioa. Bsslzinjf acd Esotaaso Qcdneea of ewty d...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED [?] PART 12. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ^. By S. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Pour Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART 12. CHAPTER XVII.—(Continued.) ,One day Helen received a letter that made her heart leap. "We are coming to England," wrote Abingdon. "Burton- is doing splen didly, physically/ but he has grown restless again. He is still looking for that girl. This is troublesome here, for all the women have blaclc eyes and black hair—that is, most o? the pretty ones. Once in a while we set* a very light blonde, but these are apparently no better to Burton than the brunettes. I would like to try again the . effect on him of a girl with blue eyes and dark brown hair." There was great chattering over . this. Mr. Brooke sat for a long time listening. He had beard considerable about the doctor and his queer pa tient of late, since the days got cold enough to keep him indoors more. "You two young ladies do a great deal of talking," ho said, with a pleasant laugh. "Why don't" yoif sEy right out just what you want ...

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RAGLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

\ "'RAG LAN. Ol'B COUKESrO.V y UK N'T.) j jr-Tuif.isiitjr focinl was held in the j on Wednesday ni-Iif, 2Sth H;;'.-or(J.c purpose of saying good-hye. | who are leaving l^ishup their residency in Queens itiiiffctheifins have felected land: • j^l/l\lhmihi>n presided, nnd in the j SJciin-: iwnnrk* said they worn huv-, 'Jt-slssiiB r^ir ,V',IC'' "1CJ" were l^isfeliliwandily. The parents mjhJ ],-?« a tie I'n.%temii Sunday''! I irliare flic 3fi-e$e$ (irant had done! '■■rieWlfat imr/c, had made up their j ■Xiterxoflisa in a. small way: their j i^jUsspaces. lie called .on .the. Itev.'j ■ I'fg&sit fa mai'e"ih«- present • = Slfwart^aul the namerof 'Ipg ■»' ^cofcJj, n nftino that TVasj ijsi bunded down to j SsiiT- T;"=y u!J (elt ihe departure of :. sn'i fa'iii/r, «•//» had boon a.*- I Sid with i'or the past 30 or 40 Iks- /i.t' tmi esteemed in the aii/ortfer «!ift!e-heartod support of ! ., ; rmiiicitf, and psppeially of the ,.-l In di'fouragiug times they had io the end. The Misses ki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

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PRESENTATION AT LANGIKAL-KAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

PRESENTATION AT LANG I- . KAL-KAL. Mr and Mrs Benstead, who have been residing on Langi-Kal-Kal Estate for the past twehty years, were accorded a send off by their associates and acquaintances in the district on the eve of their deparU lire for Werribee, where the}' purpose going in for farming. A dance was held in the men's hall, a fine building erected by the owners for-tlie employees. About 25 couples were present. The floor was in splendid order. The music was . sup plied by the Kal-Kal orchestra, consisting; of Miss M. Wilson (piano), and Messrs W. Anderson (violin)', Stanley (cornet), \V. Wilson (banjo), and W. Hall (flute). Mr R. Lanev carried out the arduous ditties of M.C., and was the right man in, the right place. At mid-night all ad journed to Mr McCallum's residence, where supper was provided in a manner 'which reflected the greatest credit; upon the ladies. After satisfying the inner -vhaa, the -companyTadjourived to the Umviv iii^-foom, where Mr D. Mc.Calium (over 1 s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

^*8£?£i!£.V3SeiUi^ CSKES THE lwrs©a' Opinion. -ifiiEsnsosr to a Aw-ue, -"ta;s, Vic , 3 4 .12. TONIC LTD. \"1 kcw Clements Tonic " f™ Pensively bv the rfn' 6nd r.urses know tr!tWom "• Ur.ce a patient and low Qt>; Td •*save ^er i ffiaib Tomc. A {cw i[; i,u ,a c{lange for ■J ^ she rapidly be iftM cheerful, it ^ eWhealth and strength ■ffi f Wl »>=& Ker 5truaM-e"l! "» nihil n !: glVm : Wilhtl.c 'ft £ood retnlit f 4siol„L , ' Umal '■•Ubni ?V''Ve'v,'ho nurse GARD."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

• YoalS*«Pi '4k^HLv,51lY *®ak. r V^'.-:r;^ and to 0 ^rlaui 3 CoIic On Friday last, whilst attending toher household duties, Mrs Michael Kelly, I of.Eiirambeen, tripped and fell heavily, injuring hei' side. Dr. G. A. Eadie' at tended to the injury. "TX7ANTED,- useful" Lad as -Groom. ■ > V ■ Apply DR. A. G. JACKSON EOR SALE, 12-light Air Gas Machine; fittings "complete; - nearly new}; cheap. Apply this Office.. . . T OST; Gold Scarf Pin.r Reward, on . returning same to this Office. SICHARDS & CO'S. .Operator, of. Ballarat, will be in Beaufort until Monday,'and may be seen at'the Railway Hotel, where appointments may be made. RICHARDS & GO., • The Leading Ballarat Photographers. SSSIESES QF EE M.OVA L O.F R U B B I S H, B E A' U 'P OhT" TO W N S H I P. T> UBBISH'will beremoved from within "XV the Beaufoi't Township, each week, as follows; until'further notice Portion of Town bounded by the fol lowing'streets"j 'Mondays'—Livingstone, . Cummin's, Gregory, and "South...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

mining news""' JttBtttctmpany'are sutl pumping. -Jn4 . expected to have the vrater out ox tneuc l •fKiubyjt four days. 1 fetir.iscroithe Be.iv.fort Deep ! ■■AMoac1 reports:—Main east levet Lifting I .ti taring of road coin. alsa_ putting twoEfcybsca; re-started driving level, ana ex ^^KmelSft. No. 1 rent rise—Chamber cut c3 tenh drive extended 50ft. .^esmaEeroftheSouthcrnHopeiMr J. Ban freperts-.-Extended E xcut 32ft." for/week KJt. Orou^id going to be heavy ontiraucr , -is sata makias iti-facc. J'E2 Tnatsp.gev of tlie Hope "Extended (Mr F. R. Smith! reports -.-South "©cut extended 2Sft for week; teUit. Jte manager o? the Northern Hopel '® fV l\. Rankin) reportsBot-1 l«d—Water rise risen to 30ft. 1 lV® rails. Top level - Repairing •^Sh-vrest branch reef drive. Repair- 1 Ejaid cleaning up north drive to 94ft.-, I Wit, move to reach wash drives. I sundry mining yields for the 1 Ke£* amounted to2oz. 2d\vt. 9gr. j the Australian Estates and Mortgage W'Rport having offered a catalogue .^...

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BEAUFORT A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

rfFORT . I .. f. £feeii members attended - "the |'S-hilv meeting of the above at the I 011 Tuesday even j V Fvllerton {president) j'weied th'e c^"'r' ^ouUne Qorres | iV3Jg was received.'Ohe member / ^"Jertred off the sick list. Accounts ^Jig to A'3/4 repassed, for Cm- In presenting- the balance I Akmbepast hrdf-year, tile secretary I ■ p_ Lindsny) reported a record year, J L in rtgarci io tiiiances and mem ber | '^p Particulars of the receipts and l"£,diwreia the various funds were ■ Jltied by us when the approximate 4'rcinenrs were presented some time The balance-sheet, which was JnYdon the motion of Messrs Sands s/j]mcs, showed that the branch ■ rd practically north /.'iooo. ; The I ■ ^'Jent mid several 'members cxpres sat¥actiQn,aivth$sound statej ■■jtfc finances, and wrhjlfijpngratu-1 '.Medthesedctary on" .his progr&siiii'ej The secretary.md 'jfair. ]6.dge1 "ir^sMe .torpar^-T/in feqmied-' the:• ijfembefs'' 4o'> law out-!?Ji'e nunibers* for" th'cri '■{^fSwh/processioii...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

"tennis. '! At' the. recent*: Hamilton 'tburna ■rat same of the Beaufort - players pfemed creditably.' J. • McDonald ad A. DeBaere won their \vay._ into j ..lie fourth round.Qf men's double^ be ■&re being defeated, whilst _ .Mrs ^wig-tod -ifiss- MxHDonaUF Vejre-'ncit'1 ,'feted until the third round of the kiie?,doubles. A. DeBaere and Xiiss. -Mitthams were also beaten in - the.I aid round of the mixed -doubles. - ■. - ■ ,. ' The Bc-iul'drt team also played ; a Esch against a .team - picked from Mind and visitors at Portland, and . k match resulted in a dra'w-^-54 ■pies'all.' Oil Wednesday next ihe ^ ladie§' ioumament will be held at' the. Beau ta court for Mrs Russell's .trophy, ■ft?draw will toko place at court "at" im). ; ■ Beaafurt play North Ba'.hrat " to-day, 'iBaliarat, in pennant competition, fem—DeBaere, McDonald. Sinclair, adYoimg. " : -•

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 February 1914

'■ ■ siiipiA* \yo;iDE.RFUL-, rf : 'Hjiittfe girl ZeWa.suffered so continuously ri coa? that I tfgan to ; hmk she trSilff' Sever pt&ttr," writes Mrs G&'-r.tlett, 109 -Adelaide fk Xwtown, ,N.Z. .'Seeing ChBSiberlaiu's CEi-hK£.TNyadvertised 1 thought I try ■ itjtKiJjceacharge in h\r,straight "away, vis aopl? wonderful hwtjuick)y Chamber-. ' ii'iCoscb Kcmodv relieved the child."' Sold .by. I.E. Wotherspoon & Co, Beaufort.

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