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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

WANTED, strong, smart LAD. Apply E. HANNAH, Beaufort Boot Store. 'WTANTED, WATTLE BARK, 500 VV tons; also HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW, BEESWAX, and all kinds of Station Produce. Net Cash on deliv ery. No charges. Correspondence invited. H. REHFISCH & CO., Mair Street, Ballarat. ISS EVA NICKOLS, A.L.C.M.. resumes tuition on Monday, Feb. 15th, 1915. Piano and Organ—Pupils j prepared for all examinations. Terms at "The Firs," Beaufort. BEAUFORT PICTURES. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. LIGHTS OF LONDON, The Great Star Film," will be Screened on SATURDAY EVENING, February 13th. Patrons are requested to note thar on and after that date arrangements have been made for the supply of Speciallv Selected Programmes for SATURDAY EVENINGS. RAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 1915. NET PROFITS TO~~BE GIVEN TO PATRIOTIC FUND. RAGLAN RECREATION RESERVE. FOOTRAClNGr~WOODCHOPPING, HORSE EVENTS, and ROAD RACE to Beaufort and back. Best Day's Sport in the District. Side Shows of al! varieties. Bo...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

WAR IN EUROPE. ? As if staking all on the efiort, the Germans are hurling hordes of troops against the lines oi the Allies. In iFrance the British are resisting the further attacks at La Basse, which" are now being' made by inferior troops. The enemy's losses in Pol and have been described officially as "colossal," and by a war correspon dent as "appalling.;1 The probabil ity of a Turkish' advance on Egypt in any considerable force is growing less. There are rumours that Italy is making heavy purchases of wheat. Itajlian reservists in Liverpool have been ordered to hold themselves in readiness. The fact that a British hospital ship was painted white and conspicuously bore the Red Cross did not deter a German submarine from discharging a torpedo at her: For tunately it missed. In the view of Lord Sodenham, a mili tary expert of eminence, the Allies have destroyed the German offensive, and are now ho!(Vina; the enemy. Desperate efforts are being; made by a great Aus tro-German force t...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

'MINING'NEWS. Mr T. Derrick, manager of'the Hope, reports North-west branch reef drive —No. 5 rise—West off north extended 28ft. : total, 282ft. ; payable. North off west extended Sft.; total, 20ffc.; last Sft. poor. East off north extended 36ft.; total, ]S2t't. ; through to old workings ; starting to block back same. Two parties blocking in south off west branch reef drive. South-west branch reef drive extended 64ft. ; total 559ft. Yield, 130oz. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads, reports :—South east reef drive extended to 523ft. in series of quartz formation ; giving out fair stream of water from wash. At 507ft. No. 10 bore went into wash show ing fair prospects of gold 29i't. Gin. over tails. Drive thrown out in readiness for rise when required. No. 2 rise— Truckroading and blocking as usual. Yield, lGooz. 12dwt., including 7oz. from machine bottom. Mr F. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reports :—No. 1 rise off north-west bottom level—South-west drive to...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

| B,ESUF0iRT RAINFALL . <'W <v> to Mr J as, -.3>..cK wna -I'.p *ii /rilimv'ju-'f.-Jtist it.- ijilur.'it.u i-M) rrr !!:• irahi'nH mi- ISO!', • ~'M W '01 V»2 -0," \H V)» \K5- V>7."?U* •J aii.-ll si ii-;;.., F*>!>:ilSOl "JO: Mar.l271N07jf.KS ■'Apr: 23!fhi-Mnn ■M:lyh9r>lir>U)?>i JuiK-j'IlhiWOJil'Jl .SMllOOjinS .inly Auir Sep. Oc.i. N ii v .«() !?>$ 12 . 103 277M»«i3&i04 "»> -SO i.+'>|4i.U!i07|' V I')1 aiKis-uiiVi;!.!!! iuw ."i» '>i I Wl 7i3| Of'iJi.iT'1 .sD,;l^(jjl.s7 4fi(;! 7i M4[. /iiS;:-it!yi 301 iso;.-: .v» i l'5n j: 1 i 7! I :M! t -Jo L 1.7 j; Wo; 1 i>9 i 1971 UO'j lil ««.** t j; «^{ +<f*i i i «*;•£.** •I)'! M!" r7'.'^0|ei;)| *1 i-.fW. *&!:M7i 421439! 7<J 3910.~r-Januiiry, IlI points; February, 05; Mareb SIS ; April, W;. Mti". SO!: .Tune, $20: Jaly, /Jiitivuec.. ember. VH; tJifccmber. 1SB. s 1011—Jauu:ify. 47-: Fobrunry. 74:2: Afarch. 491; .April, DO; Msy. Ml; .1 une, ; J uly. 1SU; Au...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

; TliHIiE'k A LONC LIST. ' There is a long list of mothers in your community who will tell you tlmL they keep Chamberlain's Coui;li i temedy always on hanil. That they never allow a cold to jjofxJi Jinn hold in'.'their .home. That they have found that one or two doses of Chamlioelain's CoiiyhV i»etix<(y taken at t.ho lirst symptoms will ward off the sever est cold. Chamberlain's Cough liemedy is the mother's favourite and, it can be •,iven to any member of the family, from the. eldest, to tlie youngest. Sold by .T. K. J Wotherspoon & Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

f- Til kim*r A i.-j'ii«;Tio:vrt ami jliu hsj:sks».—. j s'l -ii iJV-fli.tr Jntiii iri'iiatini! of ilus. tlirnur :ntf! I ic^k. will 111! :ij:vwiilily •iUriinsftil. :it I ho i n".-i iini'-'i- 'i^ri: i^iit-rniit-viirwi'h_\. tin- use.-of " J'.n.v.nv 'lY'ii.'he*.''- TiiOjix fimsnns U»y.'».s;i.s" iiffi i.t.w l'i »iv iLnisi-i'liSiicftiuNlti. i,i -ii • i"!;-y IVuti with ■.{ " ii-iel,ii.;u. .•■>'!...• Ii," ;i "siiirht. eoi-!," to; liro. i-h':;il ■<*iim..->, -ituniiot i ry ilioui ii>o soon'/ «« Nti'.ihu- trmiiiSos. if uUowitu r<> pvojjress, result, iti s«;rjim< l'lilinoniD'y niitl Asthmiiifc .\}'i cti"n>. .~i:i i.liiit tl;r siu-nnttito of ]. Huows -V Sun is mi ini-ry wr:i|> }>er, l'rcn.ire<i hy .Ioun 1. ltf;qu'N & S'in," f'u1 Km. IJ.>. A. ISurowtiin I in jmi. Vurriiiy-, dt»n Ji'ouiJ, I.tmu'oi:, Knirinuu. AS" OH* NUHSF. FOl! CHIU)!IEX. •' „M r* Wiut'low s Sootiiius; Syrup " i'or 'Jliiiiircn TeoLhin;*. Should always i>...

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opitcons expressed by our correspondents. Beaufort, Feby. 3rd, 1915. TO THE EDITOR, "RIPONSHIRE ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. We. uo not hi ;my way identify om'Nolves with ihe oiniuOtiH exijrtrt.s'x! by our comj^pondonts. • Beaufort, Feby. 3rd, 1915. 'Co tiik Ehito:;, " BiroNsiimB Advocati:." ; Dear Sir,--! think it is just, about time i !kv ratepayers should know how they stand in regard to water. Early in the summer we were told that the water .in the Park reservoir would only last, a few j months. a:id the consumption was re duced considerably by not allowing the j use of hoses for the gardens. Then the Railways "tucked" into the water to. the extent of about 40,000 gallons daily, and now our engineer informs us that we have from live to six months' supply, using at the rate of about 100,000 gallons daily (or about 40,000 gals, more than was used previously). 1 am at a loss to understand how it works out. Perhaps the Park reservoir is like the_ widow's cruse of oil. i hope so. In fairness to the ratepayers, as well as the members of the Water Commission, I think it would.be a good idea, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

22H3E ATT/H tsr N? ' L ANNUAL 9 G If8 NOW ON.. GREATEST OF LOCAL TRADE f . ' EVENTS. ' OVERSTOCKED DEPARTMENTS UNLOADED AT SACRIFICE PRICES. Commonwealth JggL, Bank of Busi HEAD OFFICE 4|§g|p^ SYDNEY •nil -ucnlt is open for all cla»$e3 o! GENERAL- BANKING BUSINESS Rl POST OFFICE BUILDINGS, Sturt & Lydiard Sts., BALLAR&T Also a.t Melbourne, Sycinoir, Hov/caetlo, Broken Kill, Dubba, Canberra, Ade laide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rochhampton, Townsvillo and London, riSiir r°iiiinwce.- made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foraign bills negotiatsd and iM^r-oiea. i>ctera oi credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for Hanking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Cocsmca srcaiin, Cnitfti Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid oil '.Uri uepoitt. «inv*ncf,s made against approred securities. SAVINGS BANK^ DEPARTMENT Branch Office: BALLARAT. Victorian Central Office; 317 COLLINS STREET...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

ftc MilOT£&rre £ ) - -IV • - -I Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY." FEBRUARYG. 1915. Yesterday was a scorcher ut-l&aufort, the thermometer registering 98 degrees. There was a clean charge-sheet at the Beaufort Police Court 011 Tuesday. Whilst working at Shirley on Monday, MrJno. Naylor accidentally gashed his right foot with an axe. and Dr. Eaiiie inserted several stitches. The rainfall at Beaufort for January, as registered by Mr J. McKeich. was 145 points, against 86 pointy for the corresponding month last year. For home-made Jiim, now be sure. You buy it at I'kinglk's—it's pare. The Corner. Beaufort. The Australian Estates & Mortgage Coy. Ltd. report:—We held our usual sale on Wednesday and offered a cata logue of 2,150 bales. Tin; selection com prised a number of well got up small clips from the Central and Western dis tricts of Victoria, and several lots of Gippsland crossbred.-:, whilst th" Eiverina was represented by a nice qual ity merino cJi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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TENNIS. WINDERMERE V. TRAWALLA [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

TENNIS. WINDERMERE V. TRAWALLA An interesting game of tennis was played between Windermere and Trawalla on Saturday, with the following; results :— Miss B. Pearl and Mr G. A. Wilding, Windermere (6) -v Mrs Hutton and Mr R. L. Coutts, Tra walla (0). Miss Hutton and Mr Noonan, Trawalla (6) v Miss M. Robert son and Mr II. G. Anderson, Win dermere (2). Miss Coutts and Mr G. Jaensch, Trawalla (6) v Mrs R. ' Robertson and Mr G. Birkett, Windermere (2). Miss E. Anderson and Mr N. Mitchell, Windermere (6) v Miss E. Jaensch and Mr Anderson, Trawalla (o). LADIES' DOUBLES. Mrs Hutton and Miss Hutton. Trawalla (6) v Misses B. Pearl and M. Robertson, Windermere (5). MEN'S DOUBLES. Messrs Noonan and Coutts, Tra walla (6) v Messrs Wilding and Anderson, Windermere (4). SECOND LADIES' DOUBLES. Misses R. Robertson and E. Anderson, Windermere (6) v Mrs Coutts and Miss E. Jaensch, Tra walla (2). Totals—Windermere. 32 ; Tra walla, 30. Messrs. S. Younr* and R. A. D. Sin clair, of. Beaufort, were in good ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

PAINS IN THE STOMACH. While this ailment is not dangerous, it is not at all pleasant, and anyone who is subject to attacks of it will be pleased to learn how quick relief may be had. A dose of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea remedy in a little water is all that is. necessary. It is an ideal remedy for this complaint, for it always effects immediate relief and is pleasant to take. Sold by all chemists.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

ONI.Y TK.UrO't-AliY AT FIRST. Const i|>.u ion is iJne to weakness' of the bowels', jnouably canseil by indigestion, :iik! in tin; beginning is only temporary. Drtolii: i>hyMM cause it to become oiionic; for they *o weaken i.he bowels i h-it, tliey will not act without assistance. No case of chronic const n»aion ha< ever resulted from f he ti-e "i (■n.-uiiberlain V Th1>!c.'-\ <"!lniinh.'iliiin:s Tablets tlo not <1 :> the work of In- bowels, but £onUy stimulate them Lo perform l.livir own function-! naturally anil voluntarily. Solti by .1. It. Wolhei ■SljOofl X ('<1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

thee: BRIDAL PORTRAIT The Bride who wishes to have at least one really beautiful picture in her home1 should sit to us for her BRIDAL PORTRAIT. Our portraits are the embodiment of alt 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 throughont Australia. Every convenience.— Two proofs at least. The latest styles in Bridal Veils, I Wreaths, Bouquets, Buttonholes, always ready for the Sitter. GS-EKTXJESa-lE: OiLPAlNTINGS The latest discovery in photography— j 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 x 12 23 x 17 80/ RICK&RDS & Co., THE FAMOUS | BALLARAT PHOTOGRAPHERS, 21 STURT STREET, BA1URAT. i. c. DEaKDEN. P iprietor. ■ published by the Proprietoi | .U:rm:i: I'.a...

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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

"advantageous buying. Yt'ii have heard of the man wii( ;ys his !'-• in winter time and hi: civil i:s ilm summer time—such a yur cj|:iS,-T invariably saves money. 'IV- principle involved is to buj Ilia <<th«-*r fellow i= most -•{inXmui «i seil, i ii> .-t'ii when the other fel 'low is most eager ,lo buy. f. y. ■ > Those wfto would rake fiUi adytih wife of market, conditions in the. buy ■"»:/ c;r)d celling or household necessities. }iva stock, machinery, are coii .-•t-vitiy on the look-o'it tor. ojiportiini tie? presented through trie ioo.il ;u{ vrti-sing aodiuDi. Are you alert, to too opportunities v. hich cfi-3 advertising columns of the " Kip.,!isshir»5 Advoeatq" present ? Advance- *o settlers i:i the MaUee ; r.-t s. will. ;; expected. amount-; to .i-lJi'M-'. v Anniversary Dyy in Auckland (N.Z.) ■ainurkoii h>y iho breakiH.ir of a six n;<>r:th-.' -ir.iU'ihf. Torrential rain, v. h'fh v..i.s or oonsiderablo value, fell airing- the day. It wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

-MS i- - ... i'J.i COMEJ T(!E PJorses' lion. A TESTIMONY TO % U 1*9 w» m$$ £F fM 4 % ® iifcx £222 illf'il liaj Li $£ & *ls 1 P 1 I BtJctin^K n A*c«u*. V:•:. y-4 * i. CLEMENTS T05IC LTD. . '4 1 know (_ie;nents .Tome is used extensively by the profession, and nurses know its value and are seldom without it. Once a patient got very weak and io'.v spirited, and 1 gave lier Clemen!s Tonic. A few doses made a change for the better, she rapidly be came bright and cheerful, it gave her health and strength and soon put her on her feet again, which made her a firm believer in Clemento Tonic. Since, I have given it to many patients with the same good results, I am at a loss to know how we, who look after the sick, conld set on without that splendid medicine. (Signed) NURSE GARD." This Medicine is the best to be tuken for Constipation, Uric Acid in the Mood, Weak Kidneys, Indigestion, Low Spirits, Sick Headache. Loss of S!eci>, Poor Appetite, Biliousness or Poor Blood. AU STORKS and ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

| POSTAL RATES. i ' . " 1" Letters Id per -J.'ox. ( ■ : Letter cin'ds—Sialic,. ] d each : 1*0 ply, Id each half. i 1 ■ Postcards- Single, ]H. :,.'r£ply,v,'. Id each half. .' • '. -v Pritifwi papers,as, prescribeclj; Ad p«r |2 oz. or part'.of 1' oz.' " .: • >• Books prin'(fed outside. Australifi, ,^d per 4 ox. en; partot Books printed in Xusir'alia.'-id per 8 oz. or part of 8 oz. % i . Magazines, that is. to s»iy— - (a) Magaziues, reviews.' se.rtaik/" and other similar publications printed; and.' published in Australia in numbers, at j intervals not exceeding .-throe months, j M.for.S.oa. or porf. ot' S m.. ' ~(b~) "Magazine, 'ri:'vrmvsr~serialsV :uvd'' other similar publications (including newspapers) printed and published out side Australia in numbers at intervals not exceeding three months, Ad per t 102. or part of -t oz. . "Hansard," that is, reports of Par liamentary debate printed and puij- I lished by the authority of the .Com-J monwcalth yr id per 12 oz. or •part of 12 oz....

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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

MIDDLE CREEK. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). . The new school at Eurambeen was opened on Monday, 25th January, and is in charge of Miss Tobitt, who has just passed through the Training College. There were 17 children present on the opening day. At a meeting of Eurambeen residents, held in the new school room on Thursday, 2Sth January, the following were elected as members of the school com mittee .---Messrs M. Kelly, G. Caulfield, R. Halpin, J. Packer, J. Irving, F. 0'Loughlan, and ! Mrs F. Jess. There were 12 | nominations for the 7 positions. At the close of the election, the ! newly-elected committee chose Messrs M. Kelly and J. Irving as 'chairman and correspondent | respectively. | Mr Butchers, principal of the | Ararat High School, addressed jthe senior grades of the Middle | Creek school, together with their j f parents, on Friday, 29th January. ,He explained very clearly the ! work done in the different depart ments of the school; also the avenues open to high school students. Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

A HOOD INVESTMENT. Viiu may have an attack of diarrhoea, 1ly«;ulery, or inutis in the f*toma«li one of t''<v; 'iays, and it will be well to remember tii>: <r.imeuf a medicine that will relieve ym. Say it slowly—Glumberlain'.s Colic ••Mi'l Diarrhoea Remedy. What v/ill be ^till I letter—buy a bottle to-day ; it will be U> well invited. Sold by all chemists J

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 February 1915

THE GUN. •Under the auspices of the Bpaufnci Crun Club a number of sparrow swe epstakes were fired on Saturday af ternoon being won or divided by Hains, Sands, Norman, .Smith, and "R. Welsh. There was a large attendance «>i shooters on Monday -when a meeting (promoted by Mr /. Saph) was held under the auspices the club. The entries were more numerous than at any previous aatch here and the competitors hail ed from various parts of the State, including ••Majorca, Horsham, Slav, ell, Ballarat, Maryborough, and Mer edith . There was an attendance of about 200 spectators, and Mr T. To'mkins had a soft drinks booth on. the ground. About 1000 birds put through the traps, but owing to the hot weather j severely at?ocfciu»; them, the programme could not iie. completed Mr R. Bell acted as ref eree. Twelve local shooters left iu ; a competition for a trophy (a tea I set) from a previous match, decided {the event. T. E. Sands (H. Sea jger's nomination) won on the 15th i round'; V/. Norman b...

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