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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

MINING- NEWS. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports North-we3t branch reof drive —No. 5 rise—West off north extended 28ft.; total, 254ft.; payable. Tempor arily stopped and opened north and driven 12ft.; payable; 3ft. rough wash. East off north extended 38ft.; total, 146ft.; payable. Two parties blocking in south oiE west branch reef drive. South-west branch reef drive extended 57ft.; total, -195ft. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the Beaufort Deep.Leads, reports :—South east reef drive extended to 493ft. in strong economic country, highly minera ■ lised. At 465ft. No. 9 Dore went into strong wash 32ft. over rails; ljgr. of gold won from borings; water light. No. 2 rise—Wash . draining rapidly. Blockintr parties making good progress. Mr P. M. Iiankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reports:—No. 1 rise off north-west bottom level—South-west drive to 313£t.; rough wash of improved quality ; a fair amount of water coming from face. No. 2 south-east off same in 96ft.; payable.- North-we...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

THE GUM. An enjoyable afternoon was spent at the Beaufort Gun Club's grounds oa Saturday, when a district sparrow championship (promoted by Mr A. J. Saph) was fired under the auspices of the club. Eleven entries were received for the event and the shooting through out was unusually good. The conditions were seven birds from the 21, 23, and 25 yds.' rises. The winner, T. E. Sands, put up a fine performance in grassing 21 birds and only using the second barrel on two ccas ions. Norman and Topp tied for second place with 19 kills each. A competition for an afternoon tea-set (on view in Messrs J. R. Wotherspoon &Co's window), was commenced, but owing to darkness setting in, the 12shooters who preserved their nominations decided to finish the contest next Saturday after noon. A starling sweep was won by Saph with seven kills, and W. Smith and Dawson divided a sparrow sweep with three kills each. A challenge match between. E. , Hannah and G. C. Wood resulted in tn'e latter winning...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT PUBLIC [?]EMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

The quarterly meeting of the trustees of the Beaufort Public Cemetery was held at the Shix-e Hall on Tuesday even ing. Present—Messrs J. R. Wother spoon (chairman), W. O'Sullivan, and A. Parker (secretary). The chairman reported that the trustees mqt at the cemetery in October and instructed the.-sexton to thoroughly clean uj> the ground, and that in November they again met and inspected the work. They expressed satisfaction at the manner in which, the sexton had carried out the work, and passed him a sum of £5. The secretary submitted an abstract of accounts and balance-sheet for the past year, and was instructed to forward same to Board of Public Health. The following, report was received j and adopted I beg to report that during the past year there have been 30 interments and four sales of ground, the revenue from both sources amounting to £51 15/6, as against £67 1/ for the previous year, being a decrease of £15 5/6. The cemetery has been thoroughly cleaned up, and the bounda...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

MrJenkin, of Lextonshinv was ap pointed at Monday night's'meeting of the Daylcsford Borough Council to the position of town clerk Hnd engineer, ren dered vacant by-the resignation of Mr A. Horsfall, who has received an I appointment to the Omeoahire.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

T2SEES IDEAL. BRIDAL PORTRAIT The Bride who wishes to have at least 1 one raally beautiful picture in her » home should sit to us for her f BRIDAL PORTRAIT. Onr portraits are the embodiment of j all that is artistic in photography, j while oar thirty years' experience en- | ables us to give each portrait that j unique " touch " which has made our I name a household word through on t j Australia. Every convenience.— j Two proofs at least. The latest styles in Bridal Veils, ! Wreaths. Bouquets, Buttonholes, ; always ready for the Sitter. OILPAINTiNGS The latest discovery in photography genuine oilpaintings by a new method —guaranteed permanent. Price, the same as ordinary colored portraits— £2 2s. Write us for further particulars bromide enlargements. Size of Size of Enlargement Mount Price 12 x: 10 "20 x 16 25/ 15 12 23 x 17 30/ ! RICHARDS & Co, I the famous I ballarat photographers, U't STUBT STREET, BALLARAT. I J. C. DEARDEN, Proprietor, I'rimeu and published by the Proprie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

IS UNEQUALLED. Evuryono should keep r„ reliable remedy in fiift horn?" for innwduur- use in case of Dowel trouble. ("•lambrrlain's Colic an<l Diarrhoea Jt^iu<v.Iy is uneqiiallcii fur this complaint. If j^ivc-n at thfi iir.«fc unusual of the-bowel* ( !>►• attack maj- be avoided. Even i:i tlm most H»ve'u: and i danyrnja^ ea'-e* it- has never- boon kn«vn | to fa.!!, ik>ld by all chemists.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

because ifc io full o£ Iiluctraiion© of Mi^k-Grcdo y®i Kconomical Furniture. "W itk ihio baaufcifut Cctalo^u© in your home, you havo ih© privilege ©£ cseloction in tlie quicteocD of. your drcm-m^-rooma, uno^aF©^ ky tko eloquence o£ the salesman! who trioe £o eoll inferior quality end bsclly-coaotructed Furniture is to be found in tiiio splendid ibook—ii Isut an index: io th© immonoo ofcock of Furaitur© ©nisi. Furniob infj AccsoGorics vr© conry (q moHor ©£ £209QOQ worth). fW JUL Send for a copy to-day. Post Free in amy address* Write far YOUR copy. xffTcDjq) ©M JacJr1 "Tfoa Big Arcade,' Atsaotroa^ Sibrfcotro, :: "MP* BALLARAT.

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CLOSER SETTLEMENT INQUIRY. NERRIN NERRIN ESTATE. "MISSING THE BUS." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

CLOSER SETTLEMENT INQUIRY. NERRIN NERRIN ESTATE. " MISSING~THE BUS." The Closer Settlement Commission continued its sitting lastweek, when Mr Thos. Hastie, a member of the Lands Purchase and Management Board was | examined, and, according to the " Age," tendered the following evidence relative to the purchase of the Nerrin Nerrin estate, near Streatham, and on which the new township of Westmere is situa- j ted. Witness stated that he had in spected and reported on the Nerrin ; Nerrin estate, basing his valuation on the current value of land and the quality of land in the district. The price (£810/ per acre) was reasonable. He was not aware that it was previously on che market at a lower price. The estate would, he thought, ultimately prove a success. He admitted that 300-acre holdings were insufficient, and con sidered 500 acres of wheat land was a fair holding. The board had been bound by the Act in subdividing the estate, otherwise he would have favoured larger areas. Mr Chatham :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

CLARKE'S B.4&II A Warranted Cure for •11 Acquired or ConstStntioctl Sisshargea from tho Urirtry Organs, In either sax. Theso Jiunoui Pills dso care Gmvel, Falsa In tho Back, wS ell Eldaoy Disorders:. Fees tcoca merensy. Porty ycsxsf rccisa. BsW by eU Chemists eadl BtoreSeaparo tStrets&out) tin)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

Wi LOOPING, COUGH. Never neglect Whooping Clinch, for children an: often permanently injured l>y the awful si ruining- of iho muirli. There is no danger whatever {nun whooping cough when Chamberlain's Cough Keiiietly is freely given. It should be given at once, repeating the dose frequently. It liquifies the tou^h mucus, makes it easy r.o expec torate, keeps ilie cough loose and co-inter acts any tendency toward pneumonia. Sold !>y J. 11. Wotiierspoon & Co.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

"For the Blood is the Life." TOUB BLOOB WANTS PURIFYING. YOU are troubled with Eczema, Blotches, ! Spots, Pimples, Boils, Sores orEruptionsofanykindcon tinuaiiy bursting through the Skin. ■ YOU have that con slant itching and in j flammation of Piles. YOU are suffering the aches and Pains of Bad Legs, Abscesses, Ulcers, Scrofulous and Ulcerated Sores, Glandular Swellings or Blood Poison. IIP YOU are in the grip of ^ Rheumatism, Sciatica. Lumbago, Gout, etc. . All those are sure signs or clogging blood impurity, calling- for immediate | treatment through the blood, so don't waste your time and money on useless lotions and messy ointments, which cannot get below the surface of the skin. What you want and what you must have is a medicine that will get right to the root of your trouble, a medicine that will thoroughly free the blood of the poisonous matter, which alone is the true cause of all your suffering. Clarke's Blood Mixture is jnst such a medicine. It is composed of ingredients ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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TENNIS. B. GRADE. BEAUFORT V. Y.M.C.A. NO. H. TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

TENNIS. B. GRADE. BEAUFORT V. Y.M.C.A. SO. II. TEAM.. The above teams met at the Y.MiC. A. Court on Saturday, arid the locals put up a surprise by defeating Beaufort, who had vanquished the Y.M.C.A. No. 1. team on the previous Saturday. Scores : Crow and Lindsay (Y.M.C.A.) beat Eadie and Welsh (Beaufort), 6—5, 6—-3, and lost to Young- and Sinclair (B.), 4—d, 6—3, 0—6. Baird and Morris (Y.M.C.A.) beat Eauie and Welsh (Beaufort), 6—3, 6—0; and lost to Young and Sinclair (Beau forf), 3—6, 0—6. Totals.—Y.M.C.A., 2 rubbers, 5 sets, 37 games : Beaufort, 2 rubbers, 4 sets, 38 games.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

W<&T, Those who have taken this medicine are amazed! at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Fain or Soreness in the chesi, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject So Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete curc. is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength fco the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where *' Coughs" have, on their first appearance, beers properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, :t and a complete cure i3 certain. 9 Sold by all Chemists ami Medicine Veeadors. . WOOL WAREHOUSES, ^73 to 579 COLONS STREET, MELBOURNE. AUCTION SALES OF WOOL, HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WEEKLY. LIBERAL GASH ADVANCES ON THE ENSUING CLIP OF W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

THE HEALTHY MAJS WINS. Indignation moan*. imperfect iwuriah '■u'.'-nt, v.nd i.iiai, ui'i.ui.s poor health. In these days\>t -i-firmou.* compecitiou i;: if the heiltUy man' \viv» wins." Nothing ChiVnWftriaiij'a T^Uon* for clearing t >•; hVoiUiw.i o: undigested loud ;uui pro a, if r>\- <>: g.tstrie jaice-i which :irc . iu the process of digestion. I.i-i;.«$tiuii always produces n tendency to f i;'.-i,ipn,uou v(and for this alone Chamber k-i'i's 1 :ire invaluable. Sold by J. It. \\ OtUijrip:lO!> Co.'

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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

advantageous bu yi ng, Vou have liwird of i.he nr.in who J.u\ s Iuk ici: in winter rinui and his coal iii the summer time—such ;i pur chaser invariably eaves moucv. Tiio principle involved is to buy w iion the other fellow is mos;; anxious t,..) m;11. and to soil whr.'ii the other fel low is most eager to.Jjuy. " Those who would Liktf fall. advan-;, tage of market conditions in 'the buy-", •ng and selling of household necessities, j live stock, machinery, ete„ are con .stantly on the look-out for opportuni-1 lies presented through the local ad- j verti'sing medium. I Are you alert to the opport unities I which the advertising ooluiuas of the] " PuDODshire Advocate " present i j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

tux BE CONTROLLED. jjiirjo.y'Summer months children aresub touisw-lcM <>l\t:ho bowels and should n-r:hv iiw>t- direful attention. Jf loose 3i,(,f tli<' liowi.'i.- is nuiievd Chambcrlnin's ;i.n<! Wwrrfwea Keioedy should bo •ivi'ii. <-ilivirei: have mort> or Arurhoc:!. w hich win bo controlled by •.■ii'iiii: '-olic and Diarrhoea iiu-ily :it. once. .Sold by nlf ohomisls.

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EEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

BEAUFORT RAiftF&LL. j We are indebted to r Jas. HcKeich for t'n • .'oJIowid;.' inteifs) hv Information as to the rainfall at Beaufort ?-inw 1S99. :99 '00 '01 :02 T0>; '04 '03 '0G '07 '08 '09 •Ian. i8i;iis 255 801 Feb. ISO 20 S3 80 Mar. £74 407 158 15S! Apr. 239 329 461 12 - May 105 451 151 94 •June 414 350 351 355 Jnly 99 100 15S1103 -;\ujr 277 403 289|lU4 ISO 237 4101250 Oct. 1281 lol 2t">lj120 1V<iv 252 91 50 <7 ii Hc-c. |10 81 89. Tils. CI « o r o I — o X 9-1 ■357 5S 342 339 5t)5il80'."50j258 .... 19 S61 -i—,...,405 i:«C 2l3j 76 462 ?^7i 1G 240 61 io« S9 369 205 125 317 302 114 113 .. ISO] 173 42|429| 70 C5 <JJ W «= _ - . <n •-? im Tl N C5 IM SI CI C* c> 1910.—January, 141 points; February. 35: March •">18; April, 73; May, 2G1; June, 320: July, 312 August. 225 September, 465; October, 257; Nov '.•mber, 101; December. 1S3. 1911—January, 47; February, 742; Merch, 491; April, 90; May, 331; June, 285; July. 182; August. ...

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POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

POSTAL RATES. Letters Id per -i oz. - - Letter cards—Single, Id ouch; re ply, Id each half. Postcards--Single, 3d; reply, Id each half. Printed papers, as prescribed, M'per 2 02. or part of 2 oz. j Books printed outside Australiu, id j per i oz. or part of 4: oz. i Books printed in Australia, id per S J o2, or part or S oz. j Magazines, that is to say— . j (a) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications printed and published in Australia in numbers <it intervals not exceeding three months, Id for 8 oz. or part of 8 oz. (h) Magazines, reviews, serials, and other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published out side Australia in numbers at intervals i.'ot exceeding three months, id per 4 '<z. or part of oz. " Hansard," that is, reports of Pc.r liamentary debates printed and pub lished by the authority oi the Com monwealth or State, Id per 12 02. or part of 12 oz. | Commercial papers, patterns, sain-1 pies, and merchandise, as ...

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MARVELLOUS MAN. MAN IS A FLYING FISH AMONG OTHER THINGS. WHATEVER ANIMALS HAVE DONE OR CAN DO MAN WILL DO AND DO IT BETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 January 1915

□AR VELIO us mm. MAN IS A FLYING FISH AMONG OTHER THINGS. WHATEVER ANIMALS HAVE DONE OR CAN DO MAN WILL DO AND DO IT BETTER. Man stands at the top of life that began on this planet in the water as a single cell—as small as the point of a pin That single cell developed and pro duced through millions of years of evolution all the forms of life up to man—including the lobster, the fishes, the birds, and every animal. Man came at last to control thorn all eventually, to use them in the meantime, and appropriate their various domains to his own use. ♦ « * * The deer could run swiftly ; man created the express train that could run more swiftly. The hawk could fly fast and bring down weaker birds : man created the rifle bullet that could fly faster than the hawk. The eagle could soar above the clouds and make the air his kingdom: man is perfecting the flying machine that already flies higher than the eagle and farther at high speed—a machine that will eventually, go around the world in twe...

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