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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

L.,1 .T.,<i.,..l,i,,,,... . .JfcJSL,,. || rom» ^@4gjyD)0^p v-.». ?iy«.j^ft,* ' <Xi ,--■ />C ^ -~^ -•^SsS-^f , cy~J~*,r , SUMMER IS HERE And with it our Fine and Varied Stock of HOT WEATHER DRAPERIES. ' » © There is one way only to nullify the effects of the Summer Sun. Dress according to the Season. Proiride for it—Enjoy it. Wear Light, Comfortable Cloth ing during Summer, and you'll feel Cool. Comfortable, and Buoyant in Spirits. e #■ # m & # # S , Voiles, Fiouncings, Rosebud Crepons, Poplins in great Variety. @ Silk and Muslin Blouses, Embroideries and Laces, ■ • White and Tan Boots and Shoes in great Variety. J r A Men's and Boys' Summer Suits, Fancy Neck Wear, Fashioned Shirts, Silk Shirts. Hats, Boaters, and Panamas. J Suits made to order in the latest Styles at Prices that cannot be equalled ® the large City Firms. A magnificent range of samples to select from. U s NEW GOODS ALWAYS ARRIVING. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INYITED. - —— ———— • © ft 9 #®®@...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, [?] JANUARY, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

ffiPD&SHliSE OBOfiiOlL. 2&G1ZDAZ, iinr JAZfUJJlY. 2£'1Z. Present—Crs. Hannah (nresicientj. Slater. Stewart. rialnin. :±renrrpve? JLewiE, Xiodriis, a:;d Sinclair. The minutes of the previou£.mastmj;. as tyije-wrirten and" circmat^d. were taken read and confirmed. CoTinEs?Q:-aJii?xTci:. _Cr. Cursiairs wrote, apologising for his absence.—Iveceived jtz-om"W. G. Spence,Postinaster-Gtene xnl. notifying that mattisrs ir; connection with postal, Teierrranhic and telephonic seme—, iiicindirir minor facilities to the public, to be- art ended to by postal inspectors ir. their respective districts, |and asking cc-oneratian of public'bomes | andim- public themselves.—Or. Stewart |-said thai enser the new scheme the teie I phone charges were a great deal more— I practical;y lOOpar cent, more than these j oi the previous year. He was cnurgeri i esp-a for crossing a road. If-they were [ going 10 get a local inspector he might | do something wiih the Skipton—Ueaii |iort line. Or. Sin...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

mmm mews. "Tilt riir^crior? q: the Ivorthsm Hone on Friday. Sth inst.. ae.ciarec ~heir second dividend of no per share. Af ter precision hai- beet made ior the distribution. a surplus of be i-ween £;70fr and j£-SOO ^?ili remain Sir A. vi. 2uoare. manager oi the Beaufort Deer Leads, reports :—South east drive ener.aec. 4af:. : total, 42ttrt. Ax SSGrt. isc. 7 bore v>em into strong vusn, ahovrinp: g-oia imtr. borins:? SSmfi. , over rails. Main sas: level. No. 2 rise —IJioskiiixr 25 usual. ■ Sir F. M. Rankin. manmrsr 01 The Northern Hope, report? :—No. 1 rise oe north-west bottom level—SoTrth-west drive 10 244ft.. in pnyabie wash. Net. 2 soutb-eiisr oe same opened and driven "Oft. ; payable. JNarth-west to 180ft.: payable.. jDionb-aas: drive to 25Qfu;» ■wash belov,- solar buard5 ; under payable. ; South—v7£3i branch reef drive extended > 40ft.: total BTQft. : long caps in position for No. 2 riss : 24ft. tc> drive before using same. Top level-—Panelling and trueh . roaning in wa...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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SALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

S&LLAMT STUCK MARKET. Tuesday. Fat Cat-it..—170 cuttle penned for z& dsy "s marksi. Quaifcy was .aj?ain poorg represented. the bulk oi the supply b~ :'ing sscand-quaiiix light-weights. There was a Etroug attendance of bi?yerr prc •-sem. and competition wa? exceedingly brisk, values for all classes iveinr m i advance of last market. especially lor .'best peps. ^notations:—Jiirou pen? Ibdltoe&s. £14 10/ to £17 i> : erxra, to 'aSIB If'/-; good pens bnllocizs, £22 "to .£14; 10;; medium. £H 10' to £11: bear enws. to £1*10- estra guaiiry- £24 j Put Calves—ar> penned, beat selling' rt> ;£4 &.'■ Sheep.—9.1 Of camc forward fax Ixo-day's sale, .a amali number being | prime, .with a fair proportion of tra.de descriptions, balance m-dram sorts. in ■ eluding a good number m ewes. There ■was a irood demand for Quality ax -values fallr equal to last .-week's advanced .prices, whites others iiuctuated xn some : esleux : -still prices were .good. Quota ;iions...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

To morrow or to-night, may) 10, you will lose something that you prize highly. Nearly everybody loses some thing at one time or other, but in Beaufort few things are lost that ca 11 not be recovered through a small ;ui. iu. the " Riponshire Advocate." It.'d easy to mail an ad. to the "Advocate." or just call at the oifice and _ tell us vonr tiouble.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

i>okt rjs£ yon: lifi:. ; , i»ou'r xLsiv your life or zake ehanees vrhari yac iiave u eolii. Jsegleered colds aftan liisultinpuemiianiiiancl eoiisuiimrian. Chronic catarrh. ehroiik bronchitis, and :ill ziirou-L and kmc zrou Mes invxtnuitYred more . serious by cash fresh atiauk. Take Chamfasr Iain's Cough liemeay at the iir^x ' indication of a euii,—i; cnnnLeracr? any zenriency 01 it? lesuliiiie 'in yneututisia. and lea-yes the £y?tem 'in such a iterilchy condition znai injure atxaste areavoiu-d.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

CAN BK CONTROLLED. During' Summer months children are sub ject- to disorders of the bowels and should receive most careful attention. If loose ness of the bowels is noticed Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy should be given. Children teething have more or less diarrhoea, which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at once. Sold by all chemist s.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

MIDDLE CREEK. (Tiion run: coniiESPo:ra>£N"T:. "Mr I. IL I. ck* SLurard send? "the ro! io^vins: account of receipts and ejgjendi tures of the Jliadie Creek, ISnanrrar. Shirley, and Eurambeen Patriotic L-easrue .—lieeeipt?—Snbseriraions. £74; proceeds from raffie of horse donated ny Mr T. White. £,k 7/6; proceeds Middie Green concert, pTnccsds. Buangor concert. £I&-8-7>: sundry re ceipts. -horse valued at £16, donat ed by .Mis ?tItiL>omiid. £lii ; "total, -F^or> S.1C1. Expenditure—^Material fox "mak ing rarments._ £2B l£'-'4 : donated 3»al p-iam fond. £LLn 0/6': donated lied Cross fraid. £5t 1^.': horse "presented iBsf-ence jjepartrnent. illfi: trrant to Huanrror Hsiiool tc> pnrafaHsg .-material loxbe made tip by children. £210/: Total, =£122, The horse -donated by Mrc McDonald T7E5 sem direct to theTDefer.ee Depart ment. Over 140 made-up rrarmonts vrere. Hem to the lied Gross Society, The new school at Eurambeer., which i? thoroughly up-tc>-date and provided...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

• r - j-w~r«. - - - - ? j1- i. %*^s' ' U ;••' |j of Large I j; Experience L M ji fj Recommend ; ! . i HM EligPTt1!' [j ?•{ y U< $ f w *>$ $ ei ^ t j jl W Ls»fcl» 6 til Si?. -> 1.1 « W || •ii mw§p If i| J; II k5mn3SZ5aBCSZ3BEBS j' i to their Pat?ent£. s; j! — ii \\ NURSE CATHERINE KORTING j [i of 176 Davis Street, Bruns\vicb, Vic.. j; j! writes as follow? (29/2/12): {? | CLEMEKTS TONIC LTD. I " I ata writing about the fj | affiouat of good CLEMENTS || | TONIC lias done my daugh- j] I ter. In January last year, If f she was operated upon for j! ij appeodicitis. She was cig&E || [[ weeks io i&e kospitai, and j If came Siome very weak and t [ rau uowii. I gave iier several If bottles of Clemeals Toaic. jj It soon elrengihened her |{ nerves, she was as well as 1 j j[ could wish fcer before long. I i; Fourteen years ago f first |! 1 [ ased this medidne as a nurse j | and iiav& recommended i£ [jj }t i-ifi-;.; <>u£ c4 number. ihave j) |...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

_ THE HEALTHY MS "VrjNg. ] liidigesrioD mean* iiuverlee: uonxialt-) menl, and-rhiit means poor IheafeU. 3ij ! "lisit- ucvi- of strenuous competition ii 'fe < the iiEaitby nisi! ivhr- ■srins. 2snr-inn£'! eqtuiif- Ciiarubarhiir.V Tnhiei^ inr lia- 5Tohiul'!' o: iintiurf^T'-ci iV.ou -anti pn~ motius a iiovr of sr2=:rit juices vrhitiii sue indispensable in titt1 TiriKifcss of tiigesiioD-: lndiir-esrioE uiv^r.T?- prodne» a Tfintinucv to eonstipution |ancl for tiiit alone Chtiniber lakre Tablet-, art- invafautfale. fkwd by -iL: 1L IrYolhgrspoon fi: Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

THE CLOSE SEASON. For- the* whole year.—Tits, wild turkey, emu, white cranes, fan tails, nmpoke, laughing jackass, ibis, kanga roos, larks (.-ill .species), lyre birds, mag pie lark.-, native bears, owls, platypus, robin*, muiews, aYtd swallow!;, wild pige ons and doves of all kii^ls, black swans. ■' I'idiii 1st August til! 5.30 a.m. on 1st Fobiiiary.-—Quail ot' all kinds, except Cnlifprinan quuil. ^ Fro nv 1st- July till n.yO a.m. on 11th February.—Wild 'ducks and teal of all kinds, 'wild geese of «U1 kiuiis, cdpt«, gang-gani^ cockatoos, magpies, native -coin pari ions .oriAu^tmlian enmes- land iviil,- ^plo'v^Vs ; (except southern"" :>conck plover or ovirlew), hon ey-eaters (e\cfpt, wattle birds and leather heads). I t has been decided that opossums shall bo protected in all parts of nhe State throughout the .year, instead of. for the six months ending 31st October." The Game Department consider r.t(rtt it will be two or three yeai-s ibefore there wilt be a break in the close se...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

; TlsSC).rAL[LEI>. J_a /iiniilu 'keep a Telia bit. tsxukcv in cii'j jiout- 'in eaar «r i jiov.-.;:; rrotM!!-;. .Giianiisddic'-e C'olii; and I I'Lirrhuvc2&niedjIs mrenBidteu ir- cni= : wiuipiaui:. I? in-wee-at. the first aunsna! l(»»?eu«~- (if the harsjis? the ittra'ik wl>-j bt. avoided. Ev-;r. 'ii; .las socst severe. and ; S»?u-(!roi.'- lasesor.iuasjiBvsr Isesn .'knowr; tfiai;. Sold, bv ali shemisr®.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

T-SCE I23E-A.X. " BRIDAL PORTRAIT The Bride who wishes to have at least one really beautiful picture; in her home should sit to us i'or her BRIDAL PORTRAIT. Our portraits are the embodiment of all that is artistic in photography, while our thirty years' experience en ables us to give each portrait that unique " touch which has made our name a household word throughout Australia. Every convenience.— Two proofs at least. The latest styles in Bridal Veils, Wreaths, Bouquets, Buttonholes, always ready for the Sitter. ' G5-2ES»TTCTS3SrE: 01LPA1NT1NGS The latest discovery iu photography— genuine oilpaintings by a new method —guaranteed permanent. Price, the same as ordinary colored portraits— £2 2s. Write us for furtherpartieulars BROMIDE ENLARGEMENTS. Size of Size of N Enlargement _Jvlount Price 12 x 10 20 x If. 25/ 15 x 12 23 x 17 80/ RICKHRDS & Co.. THE FAMOUS BALLARAT PHOTOGRAPHERS, 21 STUB! STREET, BALLARAT. J. C. DEAUDEN, Proprietor. I I?UNER A L REFOE M. Established 1860. ....

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

WAR m EUROPE. ■A high Berlin official ■ in a len-er to ' £ Copenhagen correspondent states ; dennitely broker On rhe Diner hand, Count von Jloitke is repartee "to have stsiec that Germany can ; put three million more men in the . fteid. SnovT is ialiinc in the "Vos ; ires and in Alsacs. An important jrain bx the French easi n: Hheims tins beet iolioveu by the appearance ■of t "4-"i*~tt: t-t- remiorcemenrs. iSmall-pnr, typhoid._ and cholera i have broken put at Vienna, ?7iiiie the ! city is being filler; vrith almost szaz j fins; reiiurees, thio have fied beiorc ithe Hussian army. Latest rep or-? I are that it is probable that the i Turks Trill attempt to carry nut •their projected ! invasion ol Egypt. I President Wilson is taken to task ;severely by influential Hspubiican i neivspapers for his iNote to Great ! Bri'.aiL. On the advice of their .o"wn i Governments. Germans and im? s trians are ieavini: Itaiv _ | "Tnrwaerts." -the Berlin Socialist ; journal, estimates that the daily (c...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

1HE GUN. A most enjoyable outing was spent at the Beaufort G'un Club's grounds on Saturday afternoon, when several ev ents. promoted by Mr A- J. Saph, were disposed of. The're fer^es^were Messrs j Hains and Westeiirloyf. /'The' entries j wore the best received for morilhi, and some fine form was shown. A silver cruet was won by Westerndorf, who has shown good form for some time. A silver serviette ring went to the well known and popular Trawalla shot, W. Will. About S00 sparrows and star lings were trapped. ResultsNo. I sweepstake (sparrows,)-Divided by j Topp, Smith, and Hull, on the sixth round. No. 2—Divided by Topp and Derrick on the sixth round. No. 3— Divided by J. Ellis and Hains on the fifth round. Trophy (cruet)—Won by WestoiidoJ'f on the -seventh round. Trophy (sejTiotto ring)—Won by W. llsiioiithe seventh round. Starling | sweeps were divided by several shoot ers owing- to the supply of birds giving our. During- the afternoon the mueh talked-of match for the amateur cham ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

THBOAT .AKi'-KCTlONS AXI) HOAIl.SK.NKSS.— .A;l .suti'et'in.c 1'i'oiu iri'iration of the throat ami (i.'nrsRW* will Iir n.'irdeaWy surprised --it tho sfnost ios'irfi'i.'itn rciii't'afiordud by the uso of " Brown's KroiiWiiul Trechos." Thnse famous " loit'iiffus" ar« 111.W sold by most respwtahfe Wionii«(s in thin country. Pcoplo troubled uith a "liudcinff couyh," n *' r cohl," or lu-oiK'hjai niSccrions, cannot try them (iji» soon, a- .similar troubles, if * allowed to prepress, result in serious Pulmonary ;infi Asrhniatii* Affections. Sco tJmt tl^ii signature t'f JoHX I. Bkowx te .Sun* is on every wrap, per. Prepared by John I. Brown & Son", Hiision, U.S.A. .European Depot,83, Farrini' .ion Ko.-id, London, Enerlaud.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

AGRICULTURAL SUGlETY. — A "ren era I meeting of the Be.iufort Agricultural Society was held at the Shire Hall on Saturday afternoon. Pre sent Messrs C- Gushing (president, in the chair), D. R. Hannah, W. J. Stevenson. J. Miller, and W. H. Halpin (secretary). The fact of the Saturday half-holiday being observed for the first 1 time affected the attendance of town members, whilst harvesting operations accounted for the absence of many coun try members. Correspondence. From Departmentof Agriculture, stat ing that owing to services of veterinary officers being- requisitioned for expedi tionary forces, veterinary lecture undei auspices of society was cancelled.— Received : the secretary (Mr W. H. Halpin) stating this lecture was to have been held at Skiptou. Circular from Goroke Society, re pro posed oversea wool atd wheat freights and asking council's co-operation in pro testing against abnormally high freight charges for same.—Received, and no action taken: it being considered it w:is ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

AN OLD N UKSE FOK CHLLDKEN. " Mrs "Winslow's Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Sboukl always be for Children while Teething. Ifc Scathes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Tain, Cures Wind Colic and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhma. Direc tions for Using; Mes Wixslow's Sooth ing Syrup.—For a child under one month "Id, C to Kidrop ; three month* old, half n tCTsptionful t six month* old' mid up wards, a teaspoonful three or four times a •lay. For Diarrhrea, repeat the above dose every two hours, nnfil the character i-t the discharges is changed for the better. Sold Everywhere. I

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

' "WHOOPING GOT7SH. ; Is aver neslezi TTiiaopimr Cmurh. for i children are oftei; i-ermausntly injuria ny j the svrml (training-of the cmurii. There : i? no daimp.r -whatever Trnm vimmunii : eoiu»i: v-heu Ciiambsdain r> Cnturii Jlsmeny i? fxeelr 4:1 vgc.. It -aiiouia he. sivec ui once. Teueariiur ihe dc^Trequeirtly. It liquifies i the xons'h ninons, makes it eit=T to expec : zorar-fc. k-esp? it!!' 1oo='j aim eountfrr i acts any xenneucv toward piieumonir.. '.Sale ny J. .U. "VToinerweon « Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

Pubiishei every Saturday 2Xi future tue **±;iDoiiHniT& Advocate' may be obtained at the private residence of lbs proprietor on ► ridey evenings. i\lr ~W. jNannar.. of Beaufort, recently bat! an unpleasant experience whilst drawinc .slabs from e shaft. "Whilst he vrai removing a piece of timber a large snake sprung out from behind it, and uassed ciese id his face. Shortly after ward? he saw .another snake 'in the shaft. Sisfht additional residents of Beaufort ami district—.Messrs P. Xeliy. F. Halij han. 3- H. Thomson. II. Thomion. ir. Has dell. T. Squires. G- Thetford. and A- Garner—-have volunteered at the Shire Hail for active service witn _the Australian ilxpeditiunary »• ores, i-'onr or Bvb other? nave stated their inter— -ion of enlisting, hu" have not yet ii done :SO. The death occurred at irEbianu,'* Glacstone Parade, Sistemwick. on "Tuesday, of .Miss Maceiin: Beggs, youngest daughter of Mrs Char lotte SI. and the iate iiir Gears**? Begg? '.formerly of _L.urami»eer. i_...

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