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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

Australian Natives' Association j rpHE Fortnightly MEETING of the Beaufort j Branch, A.N.A., will beheld in theMECHAN- ' ICS' INSTITUTE on TUESDAY Evening next, at'j S o'cloek sharp. | D. LINDSAY. Secretory, j

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER XI. THE PECULIARITIES OF THE OWNER OP THE FOURTH TREASURE PLATE—A JOURNEY FROM LONDON TO PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

CHAPTER XI. THE PECULIARITIES OF : THE ■ OWNER OP THE FOURTH TREA SURE PLATE—A JOURNEY FROM LONDON TO PARIS. I "Are. you — have I the pleasure of addressing Mr. Malcolm Dorsey, the gentleman who inserted the advertise ment for one Burke ?" As the new-comer spoke he pausec' at the threshold of the door, and af ter a bow and a look at Dorsey, shot a sharp, quick glance round the room. "I am Malcolm Dorsey," replied the Englishman, "and I inserted the ad vertisement. Take a chair. I am very pleased to see you, Mr. Burke. The message brought me by the servant was to the effect that you wished to see me about the brass plate." "Yes; about the "brass" plate. Ha, ha ! Mr. Dorsey, that was a sly ly-worded advertisement of yours. Why, I defy any, one not in the se cret to understand it. You did well. The necessity of knowing something about the plates, and even possessing one, would, prevent the approach of impostors. Yes, I think you deserve gTeat credit for the shrewdness of the notice. Th...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

- IN ME MORI AM. ! JAENSCH.—In sad and loving' memory ; of our dear daughter and sister, Rose, who died at Trawalla on 18th Febru ary, 1913. i R.I. P. —Inserted by her loving- parents and brothers and sisters. MARKS.—In fond remembrance of our dearly loved father, Joseph Marks, and sisters, Mrs J. lietallick and Mrs A. McDonald; also our dearly loved mother, M. Marks, and nephew, K. McDonald, who passed away 27th Jan uary, 1909. R.I.P. Dearest loved one, we have laid thee In the peaceful grave's embrace ; But thy memory will be cherished I Till we see thy heavenly face. I —Inserted by loving daughters, J. Marks and Mrs McNuity.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PART 6. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

PART 6. CHAPTER X.—(Continued.) Meanwhile, Dorsey, ignorant of the skirmishing in the house of Isaacs, went gaily to Madrid. As I have said, it is not difficult to trace "descent in Spain. That is about all they, have there, and they are clinging to it with the tenacity of a man hanging to the last plank of a breaking raft. Dorsey knew from the document of his ancestor that the only descen dant of Don Antonio Estrando, the owner of the brass plate, was a daughter, and she had married Don Alphonso Galbre. He was delighted, therefore, on arriving in Madrid, to find the name of Don Alphonso Gal bre in every one's mouth, as having returned from Cuba after performing high services of a secret nature, and being favoured at Court; Dafrsey called on the British Minis ter, who found it possible within two dajs to introduce Dorsey to the old don. "My young countryman informs me that he has a very interesting story to tell you—one that may he to your advantage," said the British Minis ter. Don...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

||ijmits!ur£ | Published every Saturday Morning. j; SATURDAY, FEBRU ARY13, 1915. j To-morrow is hospital Sunday at Beaufort, in awl } of Ballarat and Ararat Hospitals, in Park, at O.flO'i p.m. The speaker.1* are Mr J. C. Manifold, i and local eler>?y. A procession of local societies, ! headlid by the band, leaves the rotunda at IS o'clock' j MrD. S. Oman, M.L.A. for Hampden, i, has notified the Shire of Ripon ^hat out! of the grants for parks and gardens, j 1 the Carhgham Recreation Reserve has i ; been allotted £10, and the Beaufort | Park, £15. 1 A cheque for £14 14/5 has been re-., received, per Mr T. O'Neill, from Mr Lidgerwood, president of the Beaufort Football Club, being amount raised by that club towards the funds for Mrs Brown, whose husband was killed at the Langi Logan mine some months ago. Mk. Mauchant, Consulting Optician, of Geelong, will visit Beaufort on Fri day, February 26th (9.30 till 5), and may be consulted'at Welsh's Hotel. The annual meeting of the Stockya...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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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 — 13 February 1915

? — A STORY OP A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OOEAN. 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 East India Company. Malcolm Dor sey, an impecunious young man, who lived a good deal on his wits, is a descendant of the East India officer. He inherits from his uncle a country house, called Hedgelawn, and dis covers in the attic a brass piate with broben 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. The...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

agricultural society. A ^oneral meeting of the Beaufort Agricultural Society, held at the Shire Hail on Saturday afternoon, was sparse ly attended. Present —Messrs C. I Cashing (president, in the chair), J. j Miller, J. (Jeorge, l\l. Exell, and W. H. Htelpin (secretary). j Correspondence. • j From Director of Agriculture, fe reg- j tdations for distribution of Govern- j inent grant.—Received. From Beaufort Picture Co., offering to provide a programme for show-night for £9, the society to provide hall, tic ket-seller and doorkeepers, and the com pany the engineer, etc. As an alterna- ( tivn the company offered to run an en-1 iertainment. in conjunction with the so ciety and take 50 per cent, of the pro-1 lit, £1 being allowed for advertising.— Received, and consideration deferred. From Chamber of Agriculture, for warding quarterly report.—Received. The secretary stated that he had re ceived the following donations:—Mr J. 0. .Manifold. M.H.R., £'3 3/; Rear-Ad miral Bridges, £1 1/; Cr....

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WARNING TO DYSPEPTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

warning to dyspeptics. .Many inttiiv.-ting paragraphs have rc •Mitly app'.'an'd iu Lli.ii press concerning i In' nimarkalilo antacid properties possessed ;.v lihyir.itcd' Magnexin, and thonsauds of in'idjili- now n-.^ularly lake half-a-teasjwon i'ni of th'>. preparation in n little wait:i' Ht'tor their iiu-aU a* a siit'oyuard agaiiiMt indigestion, dyspepsia, heartburn, jlatn ot>:. it appears, liovv.ive.r, that, in -.•vral insiaimu* or.lnT forms of magnesia, >ome\vhat similar nauiiis, huve usmi, often with very unplen^ant r.'-ults. To guard against; dangerous sub si.it atton and ensure ^OLtin^r the genuine product as recommended uy physicians, n-adcrs should ask their oheiuist ais&iiiotly for pure Bimriiieji Maynesia and insist on hein? supplied in bottles having the full »;un«v- Biwrabil Jfi^j<yvia-~}ilb\vn in r.lio

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

RAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the above sports, to beheld on Saturday, 20th February, 1915. Acceptances positively close with secretary (Mr J. A. Slcewes, Raglan), on Saturday, 13th inst. j Competitors who do nulTioti.fy accept- j ance will be excluded from official pro- j gramme. Sheffield Handicap, ISO yds. ; 220 yds. Handicap ; 440 yds. Handicap. Accept ance for each event 1/. tc to O o ■s 3 v; << £ 3* p yds yds yds Isaac McDonald 10 20 33 W. Anderson . 10 — 33 J. E. Day 12 24 — Geo. Lees . 12 24 34 A. V. Carroll 13 22 — J. E. Roberts"" 24 . — J. Neate 13 26 36 R. Muddren 16 — — D. McDonald 16 31 , L. Munnings — — 3(1 L. Ditchiieid ... — 31 43 R. Bates ... 17 — 45 P. A. Panther... 17 31 J. Carmichael ... ... ... — 31 45 J. D. llutton 18 32 45 The following handicaps are withheld ) until conditions are complied with j J. Anderson j A. E. Crick, Arch; Car- j michaeJ, F-' N. Cronin, J. E. Roberts, I W. Powell, il. O'Brien, W. Anderso...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

r: aster Baker 8PEAK8 OF THE WORTH OF «rp 0 So ill bio fcionda ssapeolg fcnaw tilm and fe) neat to t&e Oalfmu?no Ksupital. A Mend pcsaaffioncled gleracnta YoRfg, and Ibat hira This letter bat been recorded because of iu great ercetlecjj, and the way the writer, Mr.. Hcllidcy, eapreeaw fei« »uScriej[» and recovery. It ihom what CleraenU Tosic cea do. Mr. Hoiiiday writes from hi* buiioess address. 113 Madeline Street (Bok*rt Potent Pes Si Factory), Corhoa, Melbourne, 19/3/ JI - CLEMENTS T0W8C LTD., 0 '' I an gfcd to ScQ yea ClcoecSa Took tSd fc? cs. li year 030 I eras eg ill £reo tad Svg? ecd esotohjsibb. 3 blais^S ovcroc7&, cs3 o kkJj c5 ci&jq. To &ecp ecsJocsia ccjgEsd I wes&sd aid d|j£?, oMi fi£a saaM 0 gc2 co Q B ecds3 tc&o co is its bacisera except cqjcrvTJj. To gira en i&a but? 113 and etassGjJ § ceo, psepla uEjo tad cal caos ea fer cxiba crodij paa qe3 est teat? (33. 8 COS 6c? UvQ CKT.Sl'lll ESo t&», EraficaOy Qdlt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

s^iaajEi op Eaiipoisa-. • BY-LAW NO. 15, MAKING AND LEVYING A RATE FOR WATER SUPPLY PURPOSES. riMHE President, Councillors, and Rate X payers of the Shire of Ripon do hereby, in pursuance and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Water Acts, make the By-law following for che Water Supply District of the Ripon Shire. Council:— Pari 1. | 1. A rate for the year hereinafter mentioned is hereby made, and shall be j levied upon the occupiers or owners of all lands and tenements which are rate able property within the meaning of the Local (rOLvr/unent Act 1903 within the i Water Supply District of the Ripon Shire Council according to the valuation for the time being of such land and tene ments for the municipal rate of the mu nicipal district of the said Shire within which such lands and tenements are re spectively situated for the supply of water for domestic purposes otherwise than by measure, and such rate shall con sist of the rates and charges hereinafter specified. - J'art II.—'...

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ST. ANDREWS V. WATERLOO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

ST. ANDREWS V. WATBUI-OO. St. Andrew's and Waterloo played a team's match at Waterloo on 80th u)r„, remiltinK in a victory for St. Andrew's liy four panics. Scores:— Caldcr and Flynn (W.i hunt McDonald and Halpin (A.'. 3—P. 6——r>- Cochrane and Hinton tW.) lieat Lindsay and Halpin (A.). 6—2. 0— 8; Mis.--. Cochrane and Lindsay (A.) beat Miss Kcwley and Flynn (\V.), 6—-1. G—2: Mrs Lindsay and Halpin fA.) beat Miss Flynu and Cochrane (W.). I>—3, 6—4; Halpin and Lindsay (A.) beat Flynn and Ca!der (W.), C—1. 0—1; Cochrane and Hinten (W.) heat McDonald and Steven.soil (A.)- 6—1. ti—2. ToUil— St. Andrew'*, :l rubbers, 7 .sets. 58 tfamea; Waterloo. 3 rubber.*. <; sets, u-1 games. The return match is to be played at Beaufort to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

Tn thk nr^\r 11. To ownpfpn tlio lir"a'h tn'.*r> :> wmrse of C'in.'' Ivrlnin'o Tn.bW.p, T'-.»v nre in vnlnnMe for t'i« rf»li»f -nii'l invention oF disorder's of the stomach anr1 'ivpr. which pause had breath. Th"v sMmnlnt.o. thp how's t,o perform thoir worV, Mm* r>1fin,n°-. in;* the syntem. Bv t-'Vin;.: on" of Oh.-nn 'oerlain's Tal)lets at rptriilar intervals yon will never be trou'd^d with l>nd breath. Sold by J. B. Wot!ier.«poon & Co. , Jf you want to hay seeds that will jrro'.v. Buy them at Pbingle's, you know. The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees. Plants, etc.. in stocl:.

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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 8TH FEBRUARY 19[?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

RIPONSHIRE COUNCILW Monday,'.8th FsbruarV* 19 u. mm: Present—Crs. Hannah (prosit) J Slater, Stewart, Halpin, Lewis, Roddis, and Sinclair. Cr. Iloddis apologised for Un; of Cr. Carstairs, who sunFcqa ui;.' tended after the arrival of i iu train. The minute.-; of the previous mivtirj as type-written and , circa la!n-l, taken as read and confirmatI. ■ , CORltESl'ONDKNCK. 'From Acting-secretary for ways, stating that request to ]|J| air gas system extended from licJ iort railway station to light ia,| at crossing in Lawrence-street y been referred for report, the rest® of which will be'communicated, eeived. From Department of Public Work! intimating that small quantity Pentridge wire- netting, 42in. x lijj x 1-iin.' also -Lvsaght s, at £30 12;i per "mile is available for supply, bef no English material.—Received. From Public Health •Departmnil calling attention to the fact th| the last four cases of. diphtherin n| tified have been amongst scholars tending the Beaufort State school, is ad...

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TENNIS. BEAUFORT V. NORTH BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

TENNIS. BEAUFORT V. NORTH BALL A RAT. Played at North Bnllarat last Saturday, and won by North. ScoresSinclair and Younp: (B.) beat Lyall and Flemtnt: (NJ, G—4. 4—6. (<—2; also Howard and Freeman IN.), G—5, 6—1. Dr. Eadie and Wo!::h tl».) lost u> Lyall and Fluminp:. 5—6, 2—0 ; and lost to Howard and Freeman, 5-^-6, 5—(i. Totals—Beaufort, 2 rubbers. 4 sotis '15 vrames; North. 2 rubbers. 5 sets, 12 ckitiok.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

a good invest:\iknt. Vuii inn.y liji.yc. ail attack <>1* tl\>i. itleiy, 'ii' pains in t.ho Htniiuu'li urn' >>i" tlifxs ilays, and it will bo well Ixreiiieiul.oi tin; nnineof a medicine that will relievo you. Say it slowly—Chamberlain^ f '<>1 ir ;iml Diarrhoea Jiomudy. What will. he Mill better—buy a butih; t.o-dav : it will be l/o -\voll invested. Sulil by all uliuini.sts.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

MIlilNG "NEWS. Northern Hope—The manager reports No. 1 rise otf north-west bottom lev.-!—South-west drive v.-orit ondor foot in payable wash at 41P£t.; stopped. Can command amno from No. 2 rise oft south-west branch bottom level. No, 2south-east drive off south-weet connected with old workings : in wash ot' pood quality at 160ft. _ Shifted party to open No. 3 south-east ; same ia 12ft. in Rood payable wash. Opened and driven No. Z north west 2S.ft. in payable wash. North-'.ve-st otf north east to 77u.; payable. No. 2 rise off south-west branch bottom North-wosi; drive to 90ft. in reef expected to have wash in facp in a few more feet of driving-. Top level—Throe parlies working1 on wash of avera.tr.> oualli". Reaufort Deep Leads—The manager reports South-east reef drive extended lo i>60ft. At 511ft. No. 11 bore risen loft.: last 2ft. in riuarta. No. 2 j ri?e— Bloekincr and truclcioudinfi in payable .rroimd. Hope—Tix; ipanaser reportsJNorth-wcst •' branch reef drive—No. o risu—W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

PAINS IN THE STOMACH. While this ailment is not dangerous, it is not-it 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 ia necessary, it is an ideal remedy for this complaint, for it always effects immediate relief and is pleasant t<> take. Sold by all chemists.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is a long list of mothers m your community who will tell you that they keep Chamberlain's t'on^h iiemedy always ttu hand. That they never allow a cold l.o get a. firm hold in their home. That they have round that one or two doses or CluuuheeUun's Cough Reruudy taken at the first symptoms will ward off the sever ?sfc cold. Chamberlain's- Congh Remedy is the mother's favourite and it can be ziven to any member of the family, from he oldest to the youngest. Sold hy J. K.' Wotherspoon & Co. In future the " Riponshire Advocate"' ; may beobtained at the private residence j of the proprietor 012 Friday evenings. j 3. H. Robertson, plumbor. Beaufort, supplies n 1000->:aVion tank for i'4 30' cash, for a month on.'y. Mr \Y- Rutherford, of Waterloo, had a narrow escape from serious, if not fata!, injury on Friday. 5th inst. He was down a shaft 30ft. deep, from which his mute was hoisting a bucket of dirt. . When near the top the handle came oiT the bucket....

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BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 February 1915

BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. |< At the monthly meeting of the Kipon ] Shire Council on Monday the following { •epovts concerning the Beaufort water : supply were adopted At a meeting of North lyiding mem- ! 3ers held on 18th ult., Crs. Halpin and! Trengove being present, the officers! reported that under the regulation framed for water supply they had had he water cut off from five places. \ftov hearing explanation of some of :he persons, it was resolved that the A-ater be again turned on in each case, •ind in Mrs C. Troy's case she to be in formed that the use of the hose from the reserve tank can only be permitted during the hours set apart for hosing. Mr James Carmichaei attended, re using syphon from the race, and offered an explanation. As the matter had already been decided at the full meeting of the council, no further action was taken. At a further meeting of the North Riding members on 22nd ult, Crs. Sin clair, Halpin. and Trengove being pre sent, re Beaufort water sup...

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