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

BLOUSES S2L Bestmizil PIcnif "it:?, st* lieantiTu] rlsax .hry :8re Kll i'.lSTiLTiit.nn. i\"!3j{»2!£Kr • out iiew:crxiva3jj nre many tsch:sn.-e in style iiiu: •charming iu ajH«ear ■•-. Yot: ~nrc :go iatxiitfr TJiau •our St'Tt f 3U{ijisr to.-Fcii 2?o» -perfeci iy—~. v"~"r »{. lasnj nntiiftie^lc^-srtri-'D'iiiecsmg you'll l«fc 3251 u-sdigiited. 55 " "^'hy hoi cos; in .and lisx's: a "itsep ;m -xfaffic—rlorfcrng; unc buying che^p—wins an eausl welcoinf- hi: —I SPLENDID VARIETY —I s Linen, Pique. Crepe, idfipftd and Floral Voiles, AT OUH .ay-si ieady-to-TZear Millinery, G \ H Z & M.Z V <Wa The f-IotEse of Quality, I j&s^ ti-j. IDii Is"" iJ - MaMMMIMI Commonwealth 35artfc « Busi KEiUD CSFF1DE «&lf§|s* Sr»E!Et -Tr:u_- Hxtit !i- Cisiu «. i": cifiSs: g: SEKiSKki. EXKKSfcSG SKStKESS ^ **OST OFFCE C'.y?!JBIR3S( Stiirt &. L,w£ii£iT*s,' ££&., &£iL.5-&R«T Xis» «rt Beitourm, fc^SrdKjf, Qs«rsa.c£t&. fesss Hit;, CsiMfeorra. &am...

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

Those who have taken this medicine are amazeti at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the chesv. experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are suhjec t to Q jlds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects s. complete curc. 11 is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a V_ougJv or /^stnma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where Coughs" hr.ve, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, a3 taken at the beginning, a. dose or two is generally sv.flicienv, and a complete cure is certain. 5 SoM foy all Chemxsfes and Medicme Vendors. WOOL WAREHOUSES, 573 to 579 COLLINS' STREET, MELBOURNE. ni/m IN AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND SRAJN WEEKLY LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL For Sale in...

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

JLiisir&liim laii¥es? Association 1 £ tVclcch shsrc. H. XEJT-S^r. Ss=tsist> .

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Religious Services. SUNDAY JANUARY [?]TH 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

SeiigiDus Services. iSl-NUAT.. n^JiTOAjiT ITZH, 19J4. Mirrnor-TFrr GnnucH—Jieanrori. 11 and 7.; Ghnie. litrr./W. 3- Ghupmixn Hajliruu ;J—-JUr «1- SrrmErer. Ilafrian. ■SL&G. iSovd. Mai:; liiiad. ;;-: Chine. 7— 3fc- X~?vY:iktroT.. •'pGTTKCK (t~ -Ilwiufuri. iELXl-) u2,d ~ : j*Iiuditr Creei:. ill: Ira wsfia.'I<'—lie*.". -W. K-Jess&p. liaaufurt, 1-1—-SIt I"- . Mnnrr.. JL general zti^erinr; ax Iiil- Ucanfori -Ati:i::iic Hluh i? announced lur ervemng-n: tiicMesfenniej-'* -Instltnti.-.

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

A Warranted Cure for I nil Acquired or ConstitntiouU | Discharges from tho Urinary Organs, In either sex. TheEO famous Fills also cure Gravel, Pains in the Baok, and all Kidney Disorders. Free from meroury. Forty years' snccczs. Sold by all Chemists and Storei&sperfl throughout tfca wrcld.

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

! CAMP HOTEL. BI5AUFOBT. | , The Mostclfy having obaogiHl f h;ctill--, tin- piv-t.-nt Proprietress wishes'to I oof »£y tin; ivii<]oofcs of Beaufort and district ) fchn t) li#; house brc-'bt'on thoroughly reno f Viir.'iY; and tio effort .will be aparcl to make | ciiKii.-uiiTH ooint'oi't'iib'e. . , 1; Onf^y Best Brands of Wines, i - Spirits and Ales Kept. :>rfiEsals:'s,- Specialty, at any jrat-class Groom always, in attendance. - | Sfabliug tfroe .liorsesaud Vehicles on liire. j: Proprietress-' trusts that wif;b every | ittfiiliou,. f.onihined with, civility, shu will i rw«t)ve a- f>»r «bt;re ot patronasje. —A Thi.\i Sai/«;i ;\v.F>.— . ■ - >. JL^iALPL^i, Proprietress. W. R. GLOVER Late F. F. Prince), B UTCHE K )|AT 13 U >GK st., BT? auf.O I IT. '■ - Only Primk Meat Kept. •small GOODS V SPIiCfAL^V. ... My Motto— ^ " Cleanliness, Quality, Civility. Customers Waited upon Daily for Orders. ...BUILDERS CONTEAC^ORS - HAYiCLOGK STREET, B E A U F ■ 0 R T. Estimates s...

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CHAPTER IV. THE BURKE TREASURE-PLATE TURNS UP. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

CHAPTER IV. THE BURKE TREASURE-PLATE . . TURNS UP. In a mansion in Madison Avenue, New York, a man lay, dying. The grim destroyer had come upon him suddenly. He had had no linger ing illraess. He had been stricken down in the full enjoyment of his powers. Yet the work was no less complete. The stern-faced family phy sician and friend who stood over him shook his head ominously. "Baytridge," he said, softly, "I fear the> worst. While I do not entire ly give you up—let me say—if there is any 3ast wish—any" "My children !" gasped the dying man. "Call Oliver and Louise. And Richard,, my brother. I must bid, ttoem faxewell." The physician . spoke a few hurried, words to an attendant who stood outsMe the door. In another moment or two there entered £he sich room a girl about eigbteea). years of age—tall, brown haired, stsEd lovely. Her blue eyes were dimmed, . for she had been weeping bitterly, J She teaw that the old phy sician held out little hope. "Be calm," whispered the doctor. "M...

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

I "For the Blood is the Life." j TOUR BLOOD WANTS I ; PURIFYING. . YOU are troubled with Eczema, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Boils, Sores or Eruptions of anykindcon tinually bursting through the Skin. ¥17! YOU have that con slant itching and in flammation of Piles. YOU are suffering the aches and Pains of Bad Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers. Scrofulous &nd Ulcerated Sores, Glandular Swellings or Blood Poison. |"0 Y00 are in the grip of ~ Rheumatism, Sciatica. Lumbago, Gout, etc. I All these are. Man; .signs of clogging blood impurity, calling- for immediate | treatment through the blood, so dou'fc waste your time and money on useless 1 lotions and messy ointments, which cannot get below the surface of the skin. | What you want and what you mast have is a medicine that will get right, to | the root of your trouble, a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the | j poisonous matter, which alone is the true cause of all your suffering. Clarke's | 1 Blood Mixture is just such a me...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PART 2. CHAPTER III. MR. DORSEY DOES A FAIR STROKE OF BUSINESS AND INCIDENTALLY BRINGS UP ANOTHER TREASURE-PLATE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

PART 2. CHAPTER in. MR. DORSEY DOES A PAIR STROKE OF BUSINESS AND IN CIDENTALLY BRINGS "DP AN OTHER TREASURE-PLATE. The two partners in the firm of Strickland and Farby. were chatting over the affairs of their new client, Malcolm Dorsey, and Mr. Strickland expressed his surprise, and a little discontentedly, that he had heard no thing from Dorsey as to an offer which he had made to purchase Hedgelawn for three thousand pounds. "Was it the smallness of the offer, do you think?" asked Mr. Farby. "Smallness ! Why, what does the man want ? Three thousand pounds must look like a fortune to him." "Scarcely. I understood he was rich." "Rich ! Why, he confessed to mp: that he was as poor as a church mouse," said Strickland. "But what about his advertise ments ? Has he received any answers, do you know ?" "Smiley, the caretaker, told me that he had a man there to look at the place—a man named Isaacs." "Isaacs ! Why, that must be the Jew who tried to bus the place of Edward Dorsey a year or t...

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

A Penny ■will you the Finest Furniture Catalogue you have had—finest from a printing point of view, and finest from the etandpoint of value. It is a complete GUIDE FOR COUNTRY HOME MAKERS, because i^fc i® full o£ Illustrations of High-Grade yet Economical Furniture. W^th this beautiful Catalogue in your home, you have the privilege of selection in the quietness of your drawing-room, unswayed by the .eloquence of the salesman who tries to sell inferior quality and badly-constructed Furniture. Every Necessary to the Complete Furnishing of ■the Model Home is to be found in this splendid book—it gives but an index to the immense stock of Furniture and Furnish ing Accessories we carry (a matter of £20,000 worth). Send for a copy to-day. Post Free to any address. Write for YOUR copy. "The Big Jlrcade," Siurt & Armstrong Street's, :: BALLARAT.

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FIREPROOF RAILWAY CARRIAGES [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

FIREPROOF RAILWAY CARRIAGES For some time past attention has been given in railway circles to the •question of fireproofing coaches, and1 such coaches are now a feature of up to-date practice. At Swindon, experi ments' were first made on two or three coaches, after which it. was de cided to extend the principle to prac tically all new coaches ; consequently the coacnes now under construction at Swindon have fireproof floors. The base of the floors is formed of sheets of galvanised corrugated steel, riveted together and secured, to the lowest member ; of the side framing of! the coach. On the top of this.are fas-' tened expanded metal sheets, and on ' the bed thus formed 'the fireproof! flooring is laid to, an average depth of one inch. When dry, the material forms a hard, fire-resisting substance through which it is impossible for • flames to penetrate. j As a further precaution against fire ' the coaches are cased with galvanised, steel sheets at the sides and ends screwed on to th...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER V. A MIDNIGHT ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

CHAPTER V. A MIDNIGHT ATTACK. Richard Baytridge, a man who showed no emotion, at once took charge of the house. It was his right, for his dead brother had made him ruler in his place. While the two children wept by • the dead man's bier, Richard Baytridge moved noiselessly about the house, giving an order here, directions there, and impressing every one of the ser vants as a man who would be obey ed: "We've not got the old master to deal with now," said the butler, as he brushed away a tear—"so kind and true. This man looks like a fox. I'm glad that Mr. Oliver is almost of age." This sentiment was shared by the other servants. But still, there was nothing harsh in Richard Baytridge's actions or words. He took up the reins where his brother had laid them down. There was no friction, no discord. That was still to come. When Donald Baytridge, the success ful business man was laid away in his final resting-place in Woodlawn, the will was read in the half-darken ed library. It was a shor...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM. DROUGHT RESISTANT GRASS. AN AMERICAN DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 16 January 1915

■. DROUGHT RESISTANT GRXSS. AN AMERICAN DISCOVERY. A great name as a drought resister is given to the Soudan grass b$ the American "Farm Life," which states that as the name indicates, the new fodder was brought from Soudan, where it has been cultivated to some extent. Its merits are thus describ ed :—The new grass is a sorghum, re quiring practically the same tempera: ture, and conditions as that crop. It is closely related to the Johnson grass, but lacks the underground root stalks, which make that grass hard to eradicate and consequently objec tionable. Tests have demonstrated that Sou dan grass has high value as a hay crop, in the semi-arid regions where no perennial grass has been found suited to the conditions. It was first tested in the United States at Chilli cothe, Texas, in 1909, when a single row was planted with results so pro mising that all seed was saved, and •planted again the next year. The second part of the crop was cut for hay and stock ate it, and seemed to reli...

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THE ORCHARD. WOOLLY APHIS (SCHILONEURA LAUIGERA). [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

THE OROHAftD. WOOLLY APHIS (SCHTLONEURA LAUIGERA). One of the greatest enemies to be met with in an apple orchard is the woolly, aphis, or American blight. These insects may be found abun dantly in old and neglected orchards, where the trees infested by. them be come so damaged by their attacks that they, appear as cankered., almost lifeless trunks. The insect, however, does not confine itself to old trees or neglected plantations, but may be ob served on trees at ans stage of'their growth, and in almost any locality. To the naked eye a colony of these pests appears as a mass of white cot tony substance attached to the trunks, limbs, or twigs. On carefully examining a portion of the woolly material It will be seen that it con tains numerous small plant lice in all stages of development. This cottony substance blows about easily in the wind., and may be carried thereby for a considerable distance, thus insuring a speedy infection of clean trees in the immediate neighbourhood. For yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

COOKING ON CHIMNEY-TOP. To cook a potato-pie at the top of a chimney 300ft. high by means of the heat generated in the fires below, would, seem an impossible task, yet such a feat has been accomplished by John Faulkner, a famous Lancashire steeplejack. The incident was the outcome of a wager between Faulkner and the man ager of a Manchester gas-works, who doubted John's statement regarding the excessive heat. A large iron kettle was procured, and this, being filled with the neces sary ingredients — 661b. in weight was hoisted to the summit of the big chimney-stack. Faulkner placed the receptacle on the outer and coolest side of the brickwork, but despite this the contents were found to be thoroughlj cooked in one hour and twenty minutes, or ten minutes less than the stipulated, time. Faulkner won his wager, and the pie, which, it was said, was slightly, burned at the bottom, was .' after wards distributed among the poor of the district. 1954,

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER VII. FISHED UP FROM THE RIVER—A VOYAGE OF CHANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

CHAPTER VII. PISHED UP PROM THE RIVER—A VOYAGE OP CHANCE. ; At midnight on the night when Oli ver Baytridge was so cruelly attackv ed in the cabin of bis yacht, a' low built steamer lay off a dock near For tieth-street. This vessel, the Marietta had been at her dock on the East River for four days. She had been visited by several mysterious-looking men, some' swarthy, like the natives of southern countries. Boxes and bales of goods, all purporting to be legitimate exports from the port of New York, had been ta&en on board. The Marietta was bound, so her pa pers stated, to a port in South' Ame I* nca. At midnight, as I say, she lay at the dock. Half an hour later a few men came aboard, and spoke in sub dued tones, but with evident excite ment, to the captain. "Some one has been spying," said one. "We cannot wait till morning. You have steam up ; get away at once." The captain of the Marietta had been waiting for this. He fully under stood the nature of the business. He knew t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JANUARY 23, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JANUARY 28, 1915. The Beaufort water supply ques tion has been brought promin ently under the notice of the ratepayers this week—in some instances most unpleasantly. For years past there has been an increasing amount of dissatisfac tion 9-t the "bargain" made with the Railway Department. As fjar back as 1876 an agreement was entered into by the council that in consideration of a water supply loan from the Govern ment to cut or extend a race from Mt. Cole to Beaufort—a distance of 28 miles—and erect (the necessary flaming- and stor jage reservoir, the Railway De I partment should have first claim ! on the supply for the local rail I way station. It has been assert-1 jed very forcibly over and over! j again that, when money was so j j plentiful and loans easily obtain-1 I able, a mistake was made in not i building a storage reservoir at the mount and bringing the Water into Beaufort by pipes, j thus ensuring a purer and more bountiful supply...

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PART 3 CHAPTER VI. STAPLETON MAKES A HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. THE MISSING FINGER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

PART 3 CHAPTER VI. STAPLETON MAKES A HORRIBLE DISCOVERY. THE MISSING FINGER. Stapieton reached the quay, at five o'clock. It was a dull, grey morning. The Fleetwing bobbed at anchor, with her stern swinging up the river with the rush of the incoming tide. The boat belonging to the yacllt still swung from her moorings. A few minutes after Stapieton ar rived Jake Rippler and the other man came, hefevy-eyed, from a night of re velry. "In time, sir ?" said Rippler. "Yes," answered Stapieton. "Will it rain, do you think, Rippler ?" "No,.. I don't think so, sir. You ought to have good fishing to-day." They" ptrlled the boat to the quay steps. "Jump in, sir," said Rippler. Stapieton stepped into the boat, Rippler followed. Sanders, the second of the Pleetwing's crew, came after his leader. Sanders grasped the pain ter to untie it. "What's the matter with you ?" Rippler demanded. "Are you asleep?" Sanders, was standing up in the bow of the boat staring, at the knot in the rope. "No," he sai...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

LOCAt AND GENERAL NEWS. In future the "Riponshire Advocate" may beobtained at the private residence of the proprietor on Friday evenings. There was a clean charge-sheet at the Beaufort Police Court on Tuesday. Rear Admiral Bridges and Mr E. W. Hughes, J's.P., were in attendance. Mr R. L. Coutts, secretary Trawalla Cricket Club, regrets that through an oversight at their meeting the name -of Mr W. J. Wallace, of Langi-Kal-Kal, >vas omitted from the list of patrons on their members' tickets. Commencing from to-day there will be only one delivery by letter-carrier in the township of Beaufort on Saturdays, owing to the observance of the ,half ! holiday. The usual second delivery is l j now being effected on Wednesday. If you want lief buy seeds that will grow. Buy them at Pringle's, you know. The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees. Plants, etc.. in stock. Constable Lovitt, of Warrenheip (for merly of Waterloo), may gain senior rank in the course of the next three, or four months. S...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ON FOUR BRASS PLATES. A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

V . A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. By Seward W. Hopkins, Author of "A Baffled Impostor," etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. The central idea of the story turns upon the recovery of a box contain ing enormous treasure, which years before had been buried on an island of the Indian Ocean by Stephen Dor sey, a wealthy retired officer of the Bast India Company. Malcolm Dor sey, an impecunious young man, who lived a good deal on his wits, is a descendant of the Bast India officer. He inherits from his uncle a country house, called Hedgelawn, and dis covers in the attic a brass plate with brohian sentences carefully written across it, .accompanied by a docu ment setting forth all the conditions under which the treasure was conceal ed on the island about one hundred years before, and stating that three similar plates were in existence that would, when placed together, reveal the latitude and longitude of the is land, and the exact spot where the treasure was, to be found. T...

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