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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

MINING NEWS. The Northern Hope had a substantially improved yield for the past fortnight, viz., 22Soz., \?ith the result that share? firmed on Thursday to 18/3 sales. The j Hope yield was 133oz. ; Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope. ; reports .-—North-west branch reef drive j —No. 5 rise-—West off north extended j 36ft.; total, 226ft.: payable. East s off north extended 34ft.; total, lOSft-: f carrying one foot of wash ; payable. $ j Two parties blocking in south off weft ? branch reef drive. South-west braru-h | reef drive extended 60ft.; total, 48Sft- g Yield, 133oz. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the b Beaufort Deep Leads, reports:—South- s east reef drive extended to 445ft. £ strong blasting country ; at 432ft. No. J: 8 bore went into strong wash; at 31*fr >: over the rails, a number of colors ot fine gold. _No. 2 rise—Extracting will' three parties in average wash. ; Mr F. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reportsNo. I rise off north-west bottom level to 283ft-; last . 20...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

WAR IN EUROPE. A sensation has been caused ,in England by a German aeriaL raid. A 'Zeppelin fiew over Yarmouth, King's Lynn, and Sherringham on 'Fuesdsjs night. Several bombs were dropped and many houses shattered. It is feared that the casualty list will be ; heavy. Bombs fcriere dropped near j the site of the King's country resi dence at Sandricgham. His Majesty had been on a visit to Sandringharh, but, fortunately, left on Tuesday af ternoon, the raid being made at 8.30 in the evening. Snowstorms are im peding operations on the western front. The French have made fur ther headway in the Argonne Forest, and now occupy 500 metres of Ger man trenches. Some progress has been made at other points, notably nortlHWESt of .Pont-a-Mousson, 'on £23 right wing. Excellent results are attending the operations in flipper 'Alsace. The British troops on the 15th inst. captured Frelinghein, on the main road to Lille and lYpres. The Germans massed considerable forces at the tow, with the GbjeSt of...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

TliK HEALTHY MAN WINS. Indirection means imperfect uourish ment, ami that means poor health. In , these days of strenuous competition it is j the healthy man who .wins. Nothing equals Chamberlain'." Tablets for (clearing the stomach of undurested food anil pro- j nio(iri^ a (low* of_j;.'i9trie juieijs which are j indispensable iifthe process of digestion, j [ndi<reation always produces a tendency to I eonsl.ipat.iou .'and for this alone Chamher lain'B Tablets are Invaluable. Sold by ,1. i It. Wollierspoon &*■ Co. I

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

. IS ;;XKQL*ALLKn. Everyone should keep a reliable remedy in the home for immediate use in ease of bowel trouble. Chamberlain's (,'ol.ie and Diarrhoea Remedy is unequalled for this complaint. It'^iven at the lirsb unusual looseness of the bowels the attack may be avoided. Even in the most severe and dangerous eases ic lias never been known to fail. Sold by all eheraista.

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

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, Comfortable, and Buoyant in Spirits. w ! Voiles, Fiduncings, Rosebud Crepons, Poplins in great Variety. 3 Silk and Muslin Blouses, Embroideries and Laces. • Whijte and Tan Boots and Shoes in great Variety. Men's and Boys' Summer Suits, Fancy Neck Wear, Fashioned Shirts, Silk Shirts, Hats, Boaters, and Panamas. Suits made to order in the latest Styles at Prices that cannot be equalled by the large City Firms. A magnificent range of samples to select from. NEW GOODS ALWAYS ARRIVING. I : s Four ratepayers of the Beaufort Water Commission, who had anticipated the privileges granted for the use of a hose to a limited extent on gardens, were reported to the commission at the latter end of last week, and their water supplies cut off. THE BEST m m THE WORLD £lb Carton GOOD Painter and Paperhanger from B...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday Wheat, 7/3 for prime milling. Oats : Good heavy feed, 4/6. Barley : Prime malting, 6/ ; medium to good, 5/ to 5/6; Cape, 4/6. Flour, £15/10/. Bran, £915/. Pollard, £10 5/. Hay : Good chaffing sheaves, £7 5/. Straw, £3 to £3 5/. Potatoes, £4 to £4 10/, according to variety and quality. Butter: Prime factory prints, 1/2 ; lump, 1/1* ; separa tor, lOd to lid ; dairy, 9d. Eggs, 9$d to lOd. Bacon : Sides, lOd ; middles, 1/ ; hams, 1/1. Lard, 7d. Cheese, 7d to 8£d. Onions : Globe, £9 10/.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

fl m1pp0 i mm i?& $ Nurse Evans ef Tasmania and Victoria, writes Her opinion of tin ra f£"2 mm 59 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., 18/4/1?. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. ££I Iiave bees aarsiag Ser twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so Eiy experience covers a lengthy period. W''*n p?Jiesf"--?jrc xveak and low, a nurse must know die best medi cine So gire a patient. Some I fiave aurseci have [been so ill 1 never could Save taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic v/osld quickly restore them to health. What I aia writing is founded on ex perience that amoBgst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the nurses* friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick to health. feed) NURSE EVANS." Always keep this Mediciue on band and you -will keep healthy. If von S'-t it VOO GET HEALTH AND RErjKF FROM LOSS OF SLKEP, WEAKNESS AYTV.ll ILLNESS, CONSTIPATION. INDIGESTION, POOR APPliTITH, V'KAK NlvRVJiS, . aud BILIOCSNKSS. All STORES tnd CHEMISTS SELL IT. n ,rr^.*i J Do Hot Neglect V x...

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

BEAUFORT RAINFALL • !) jf M'ht CI I irt T.I-. for f]i '■stiK-vi-.i !o.i .ju til.. <>w-o lMd. • •;i<i -(lO .'0! ni1 'u$ :i1( •;/;"> V;i = ■ ">>r ■■<)* 'Of, *<>!l!!' ! 1/7 j< til; '-8o'211 "is-c ;-Jr. hmoi:' .v; <ji {uy ->U\W!J'r>{?:l.V(Ji!; 73 7 1*0 1*7 i,,Vj.-'W n'j u :>•!:•<><»; \ ;!C; i5i'j"'i| 9-»!-jsi .wo:c:r ,.-'j :n:> j..',',;.-il l ;Vi! ^.pO-V'ia*» .*0t» 2Sg II)-Viisr. is>v.v 14:; 1JMH17K!) H.C :)fj2'24(i't>7:i .X' ?i,i iu «j4 <7ii (>,■( -iTJ-.:-* :i:> an mi S...V in! «•! ;7;^<!'2i:k 7i; ^ !<;.-> j Xij Si>: it; 70 u~ 2"s"§ lu " #. fc" f, 7, %i S 1910.—January.' 141 p,tints ; Kotiniaw, 05 ; March sis; '/Wft• :®>;• July, :;i2 ' August.225 Octoi/fi-; 237 Nov ISII—-^imiari'. •iVr"FeUj;M:iVy.. 742; rAInrch", -3017 Aprii. May. : J»ne. 2C,; July. 3K>: Aujru.-)». !•%; SL'ptemi'W. '.COOctober. 2i>.">; J...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

Religious Services. SUNDAY, JANUARY 24th, 1014. Church of England.—Beaufort, 8 (H.C.) and.7; Raglan, 11: Main Lead, 2; Waterloo, 3.30—Rev. F. Stilwell Beaufort, 11 :• Shirley, 3; Waterloo. 7.30 —Student. / -i. . Mbthodist Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7 ; liaglan, 3—Rev. W. H* Chapman. Raglan, 7.30—Mr L. Waldron. Chute, 3—Mr G. Boyd. . ■ Presbyterian Chuhch.-Middle Creek, 11; Trawalla. 8 ; Beaufort, 7—Rev. A. J. Stewart. Beaufort, 11; Raglan, 3; Chute, 7.30—Mr N. McDonald.

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

COSTUMES —I N— SPLENDID VARIETY —I N Linen, Pique, Crepe, Embroidered and Floral Voiles, AT OUR FAMOUS LOW PRICES. n See our Latest CSpeatiosss in j Ready-to-Wear Millinery L O O O d I Tfie JHIquis© of Quality, 3EAUF IT. PHOl^E, 22. --as--,m Commonwealth Kant; ofBusi HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY T:iis K*afc is op;a far \'.t ciiiiM of GiEi^iERAl. BAFJtvlft3G BUSINESS a{ POST OFFICE BU9LD1P3GS, Sturt & i.yd»a»-«i3 Sts., GALLARAT Also at Melbourne, Oyd noy, not&csietlo, Drolton Hill, DubbSi Canberra, Ade laide, Perth, Habart, Drlobane, Qockhamptong Totynovillo and London. Cubic remittance roads to, and drafu drawn oc foreign place; direct. Foraifn bills n6-;oti*ted and colleeseci. irttter. o? credit issued to pars of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded tor collection. Baakinj ana Kichnns? Bujineu of everj description «r»naaat«d within the Common wealth, Cnilm.t Kingdom ruxl abroad. Current accounti opened. InurMS paid on tixeu dtpotita. ~ Adrancei mull a-jiimt appramd eccnri...

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. -4>-: — ' , Tuesday. Fat Cattle.—214 cattle penned to-day ; about one-third beinggood toprimequal ity, the balance ranging from stores to useful sorts. The demand was hardly as strong as last week, consequently the very high rates then ruling were not maintained. Quotations Priipe pens bullocks, £14 to £17; extra to £19 15/; good pens bullocks, £1110/ to £13 ; me dium, £9 to £1010/; best cows to £1117/6: extra quality, £12 10/. Sheep : 7296 penned; only a sprinkling, ot prime, with a fair proportion of good to useful sorts, balance medium to indifferent sorts. There was a fair attendance of buyers present; the market opened easier, but values improved towards the closing sales, and prices all round donot show much alteration on last week's improved rates. Quotations : Prime crossbred wethers, 19/ to 21/ ; extraqual ity to 22/3 ; good crossbred wethers, 16/ to 17/6 ; medium do, 14/ to 15/: prime crossbred ewes, 17/6 to 18/6 ; extra qual ity, 22/ to 23/; good...

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

WHOOLMNU COUGH. Novcr neglect Whooping Cough, for children are often permanently injured by the awful straining' «>f the. cough. There is no <liui.uiii- whatever from whooping cough when Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is freely given. It.should lie given at once, repeating the dose frequently. I t liquilii;.-; the tonsil mucus, makes it easy to expec torate, keep-; t lie cough !oo.-u; and counter act* any tendency toward pneumonia. Sold l>y J. 1'. Wotherspoon & (Jo.

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

CAN BE CONTROLLED. During Sainmer 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 ar less diarrhoea, which can be controlled by giving Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy at- once. Sold by all chemists.

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TEACHERS' SUMMER SCHOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

TEACHERS' SUMMER SCHOOLS. It is said that in the past history of Pentridge, an enthusiastic warder annually spent his only vacation in the Melbourne gaol, picking up, hints for the betterment of his future work. The analogy is rather unfor jtunate perhaps, but at the present I time hundreds of 'State school teach ers are at work under various ex perts, in imitation of the old-time •warder, preparing themselves lor; even better work in the future in ( their noble profession. There is ro gaol atmosphere in the centres, but there undoubtedly is an air of cheer ful. persistent, hard work. Two summer schools, one for men at Al- j exandra Parade (under Captain i Holt), and auother . for ladies at! Grattan .Street Orderly Rooms (un . der Miss Anderson, Miss May Cox,! and Lieut. Webb, are being held. One; hundred and, thirty teachers are be ing trained for junior cadet work, i the first stage of the Universal Tra- j ining Act. Swimming schools com menced on January I8th. The Bien are being ...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

TENNIS. The Beaufort Tennis Club met and defeated the Ballarat Y.M.C.A. No. 1 Club at the local court on Saturday afternoon in connection with the Balla rat Lawn Tennis Association's pennant competition (B Grade). Results:— Sinclair and Young (B) beat. Hancock 1 and Lee (Y). (5—0, 6 -1, and heatEwins and Selleclc (Y), 6-2, 6-2. I McDonald and Eadie (B) lost to Han cock and Lee (Y), 3—6, 5—6, and lost to Evvins and Selleck (Y), 2—6, 6— 4, 6—4. Totals :—Beaufort, 2 rubbers, 5 sets, 46games; Y.M.C.A. No. 1, 2 rubbers", 4 sets, 31 games.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

The' Ballarat City Council learnc by letter from Senators Sarnes and McKissock and Mr D. C. McGrath, M.P., that they will put the request for a duplicate telephone service line) between Ballarat and Stawell before the Postmaster-General, and request his favorable consideration thereoP. A meeting of the electorate com mittee representing the three (Liber al leagues of the Grampians elector ate was held at Maryborough on ; Wednesday, 18th 'insfc., and it mras un animously decided to ask Mr C. C. I Salmon to stand for the seat. Mr Salmon stated that he had decidcd 1 j to accede to the requisition, and would stand for the seat in the lib eral interest. Mr J. K. McDougall is the selected Labor candidate. (A. Parker, Beaufort,) There are over a million men un dergoing military training in the United Kingdom, and this number is being added to daily by the enrol ment of more recruits. A number of these troops are billeted in vari ous towns and villages, but the ma jority are to be - found i...

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

UON:T RISK YOUR LIFE. D»si'l ihIc your life or take chances I when you list ve a cold. Neglected colds <iiVu ri'xi't injmeumoniaandcon.-umption. t'i.r >• nu ih. chronic bronchitis, and all ilit'i i:. ;tinl hmg troubles arerendered more. each fresh attack. Take ''li:ini!)i.'ri;dn's C'ou^h Keinedy at the first imlii-iition mi a cold—it counteracts any uiiidency of its resulting in pneumonia, ;u><l U'iivtts the system in such a healthy ••yiuliiioii that future attacks are avoided.

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BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

] BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. < ( reat dissatisfaction has boon caused „ in"" Beaufort ratepayers by reason | the fact that the Railway Depart I ment; on Tuesday and Wednesday drew | on the local supply for trainloads of | water. The council have been doing all they c*a» to conserve the water, and several ratepayers have had their sui - plies cut off for disobeying the regu a tions with respect to the restrictfoi s placed on the use of hoses for gardens,, The Department, to ensure a supply for I en(rjnes at the local station, have first ] on the water from Mt. Cole, hav I ing built the race and reservoir in cor ! junction with the council. This summer I theMt- Cole springs gave out early in ■ the season, and the Department shared I with the council the cost of pumping I water from the Beaufort GoldfieJds' [ reservoir, and also co-operated with the ! local body in the purchase and erection of a new pumping plant and the laying of a 5-inch wooden main. A gang cf Ararat men was s...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PATRIOTIC EFFORT | At a social function in Melbourne, ! when Mr Frank Tate, Director of Edu | cation, was bidding farewell and I good luck to the large number of Vie j torian teachers going to the front j with the first expeditionary force, he 1 expressed the hope that the men would return "able to teach German with a German accent." 11; then , spoke of the -work of the hoys at. Ox 1 lev and Wangaratta, who had soid j frogs at 2/.(i per dozen to the Univ ersity, not to tickle the palates of our brave French allies, but for sur i gical experimental purposes; and, m j the latter case, ^carted wood; tlw cash in each instance going for con> ! forts for the very men he was add ressing. Mr Tate gave the instances and his audience recognised them as "tip-top" specimens of self-denying patriotic work. The "Rosedale Cou rier," however, gives an illustration from the inspectorate of Mr H. j B. Gill, 13.A. (Sale), of the action of two little girls in the Toongabbie school ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 23 January 1915

Mr J. T. OmaD, who for the past 20 years has filled the position of secretary to the Streatham Public Hall, has resigned his position. MrD. Drummond has been elected to fill the vacancy. Whilst on a visit to the Railway Com missioners on Wednesday, Cr. Sinclair drew their attention to the lighting of the Beaufort station yard, and they promised to consider the matter of lay ing the air gas on to the street lamp at the Lawrence-street crossing. Mr and Mrs J.J. Dunn, of Chute, had tbf> misfortune on Thursday to lose their infant daughter Edith, aged 16 days, the cause of death being progenital bearfc disease. The reservoir in the Skipton township! from which the local supply is drawn, has become exhausted, and householders are experiencing difficulty in obtaining water from the Emu Creek. A petition has been forwarded to the Hampden Shire Council, asking 'that the storage basin be enlarged at once, and other improvements carried out, in order tbat s>. larger quantity of water ma...

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