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PRESENTATION TO MR A. J. SAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

PRESENTATION i TO MR A. I. SAPH. There waa a large and representa tive gathering of townsmen at th<» Beaufort Fire Station on Monu,iv night, to bid farewell to Mr A. .J. ►Saph, who is leaving the district. iVIr Saph has resided here since lu> boyhood, and has taken a deep mi. r est in many local institutions par ticularly of the sporting variety, and has also proved himself a. sterling townsman in many ways. His depar ture is keenly regretted by a larg*> circlc of friends and acquaintances. Light refreshments were provided by the caterer, Mr J. T. Glover. Cr! W. II. Halpin, who presided, remark ed that they had met here to say :iu revoir and show their esteem and re spect to their guest. Apologia had been received from the Rev. A. J. Stewart, and Messrs A. L. Wofch erspoon, J. Fullerton, D. Jackson, and E. W. Hughes, who wished Mr Saph success wherever he went. Il'ar. inony was contributed by Messrs J. R. Wotherspoon and Jno. Rogers, and Cr. Sinclair gave a recitati...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

ONLY TEMPORARY AT FlilST. Constipation is due, to weakness of the bowels, probably caused bv indigestion, "and in the beginning is only temporary. Drastic physic." cause it to become chonic, for they so weaken the bowels, that they will not act without assistance. No ease of chronic constipation has ever resulted from the use. of Chamberlain's Tablet*. Chamberlain's Tablets do not do the work of the bowels, but gcutly stimulate them to perform their.oivn .functions naturally and voluntarily. Sold by J. K. AVother spoon &* Co. Mr Jas. Roach, who was employed for some months on the Beaufort mining field, was taken ill last week and had to enter the Ball&rat Hospital to undergo bjv operation. He paBsedaway on Sun day, and waa interred at Ballarat, where his relatives reside.

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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

MIDDLE CREEK. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT). The Middle Creek school .coftsn&ttee 'mid thoir : usual monthly meeting | in the school on Wednesday, 3rd inSu. j fchr, president, Mr Dunn, occupying the chair. The balance-shcet lor i the school Xmns treat was received and adopted. It was decided that a •)iii;ill huildiiiK be erccted at the hack of the school to be used as a lavatory and to contain receptacles for ihe cups an-1 towels belonging to the childrc-n. .Two children from the district ate attending: the Ararat High School— William Pearson (Buangor), and Ka* tie Fitzpatrick (Middle Creek). BUANGOR. The Buangor school committee has provided the school 'With filters at a cost oi over £5. A sewing machine has also been purchased for use of the scholars. Ihe new hall committee oi ■which Mr Griffiths is secretary, intends to >>pcnd most of ihe re on ay in hand in improving the ball and library. To supplement the iunds alrea&v in liand a series oi card tournaments has ...

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BEAUFORT A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

BEAUFORT A.M.A. The iortiiiffhtl? meeting of the Be aufort branch, AiN.A., at the Mech anics' Institute on Tuesday ev 'm-n.'r was attended by twelve mem bers.0 Mr J- B. Prentice (president) occupied the chair. Circulars were read from the Board of 'Directors re garding the furnishing of quinquen aial report and items for conference business-sheet* Mrs J. W. Harrison ■ffrote returning thanks for letter of cvmpathv received during her recent sad bereavement. Other correspond once of a routine nature was dealt mth. The clearance of Mr R. H. Parker was granted to Elmore branch. One new member was elec ted and another proposed. Two members were declared oft' the sick list, and one on. Accounts, sick pay, salaries, and medical fees, am ounting to £73 *1/8 were passed for payment. The Government Statist) submitted the quinquennial report in ' regard to the association, and it Was, laid on the table. The quinquenn ial report of the local branch, show-i ing that it could pay 17/6 in the £j a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is 11 long list of mothers in your community who will tell you that they keep Chamberlain's Cough Remedy always on hand. That they never allow a cold to get a firm hold in their home. That they have found that one or two doses of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken at the first symptoms will ward off the sever est cold. Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy is the mother's favourite, and it can be given to any member of the family, from the eldest to the youngest. Sold by J. R. \VotherspQJ>n & Co. Miss Myrtle Pearce, of DSeaufort, has been notified by the Education Department that she passed alv ex amination held at Christmas. This completes her junior course and en titles her to promotion. Whilst speaking at a .send-off to Mr A. J. Saph at Beaufort on Mon day night, Cr. Sinclair ■ expressed pleasure at seeing Cr. Halpin in the chair, pointing out that he,had mo nopolised the chairmanship' of such gatherings here for. thirty years, and was glad to see someone...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

I * - . • Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1915. The secretary of the Beaufort Agri cultural Society desires to acknowledge with.thanks the receipt of a donation of £4 1/ from Mr P. Russell, Mawallok, to wards the show. . ■Monday was one of thd hottest days experienced at Beaufort this season, the thermometer showing a shade read ing of 97 degrees, in the hottest part of the day. At 5.30 p.m. the temperature had only dropped one point. Tuesday, however, ftas much cooler. Showers of rain fell yesterday afternoon. Iron Fireplace and Chimney—Black Iron, 30/ ; galvanised, 35/; 15ft high, 3ft. wide; guaranteed effective.—J. H. Robertson, Plumber, Havelock Street.—[Advt.] The annual picnic of the Beaufort Church of England Sunday school was held at the Park on Saturday afternoon. The children'had a most enjoyable out ing, and teachers and members of the congregation worked hard in organising games. A number of' races for small prize3 were run off, and aroused keen ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NO MORE FAT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

NO MORE FAT PEOPLE. Most fat people seem to think that the only way to take off fat is to nse danger ous drugs, follow a starvation diet, or take strenuous exorcise. But all this is non sense, and, thanks to the recent discovery of an eminent scientist, thousands of men and women are taking off several 'pounds of useless fat a week, by simply rubbing on to the fat part—hips, arms, chin, or abdomen—a simple lotion made by pouring a, cup of hot water over a dram of quassia chips ; let it stand for a minute, then strain through a cloth and add 3 ounces of Cirola Bark Extract. Tour the mixture into a bottle and apply night and morning, rub bing it in with the hands for about 10 minutes, using a circular motion, and the fat will almost seem to melt away before your very eyes. The ingredients, which are inexpensive, may bo had of any chem ist, a7id the results to be obtained are really remarkable.

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CHARITY SUNDAY DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 20 February 1915

. epiTY SWml BIMSTMfj.. . ; o Although Sunday's weather was ex tremely hot, the annual, demonstration at the Beaufort Park, in aid of BaUarat and Ararat hospitals, was well attended and passed off very successfully. The local Friendly Societies' Council acted as promoters, and the secretarial duties were capably discharged by Mr I. W. Hetherington. A procession, consisting of members of the Town Band, Ftre Brigade, A.N. A., M.U.I.O.OF., I.O.R., and Senior Cadets, marched to the Park. .The gathering took place in the shade of the trees near the lakeside. . Selec tions were played by^the bandsmet) (un der the conductorship of Bandmaster Collins), and hymns rendered by a cgro j bined choir (under the baton.of Mr Jno. ' Jackson.) Miss Jackson acted as acconi \ panist. Several speakers addressed, the | crowd from a lorry. An apology was • received for the absence of the "Rev. i W. H. Chapman. The musical pro i gramme was as follows : -Selection, "Abide Willi Me," band; hymns, "Thine Arm,...

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THE DAIRY THE EFFECTS OF NERVOUS EXCITEMENT ON THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

T H E A I R Y , 9— THE EFFECTS. OF NERVOUS EX p.tttcMENT ON THE milk. " Someone writes to the "Rural New Yosker" •; and quotes the following from a recent paper by Dr. Brush on milk :— "It is easier," said Dr. Brush, "to control cows than women. Human mothers are often emotional, exci table, indiscreet, sometimes hysteri cal, and not always able to control themselves. Dairymen, understanding that these conditions can effect the milk, must" also understand the neces sity of controlling their cows. From years of experience I feel safe/ in af firming that the accountable party to the individual in the cradle is the man who is responsible for the pro duction of the milk." It is probable that high-strung, nervous cows can affect those who drink their milk in a similar way. We have been at in sane hospitals and sanatoriums where Holfftein cattle were kept because it was said- their milk was better for' patients. Do you think there is any thing in this idea ? The editor of the "Rural" refe...

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DON'T FORGET THE SALT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

DON'T FORGET THE SALT. The following experiment is report ed in the "North-Western Farmer" At the Mississippi Experiment Sta tion three cows were kept without salt for .four weeks, and their milk record kept during the last two weeks, of this period ; then they were given the usual, allowance of Bait for two weeks,, - and on comparingi ..the.,; milk ! records it. was - found' that I the cows' I gave 454 lb. of milk during'the first ^ period a^he$ 2sggk^p| ..withdrawn,, and r 564" tt>- during ttie second .perioa wKen salt was furnished, a difference of 110 lb. of milk in two weeks in favour of salting. Hie importance of a quarrel is never measured hy tha noise of it. }

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

: .wilt -fcli© Fiaeot- Fumitur© Catalogue yc» have had—-fisaoot from a printing point of view, and finest from tko standpoint of value. It lis o complete GUIDE FOR COUNTRY HOME MAKERS, kecaue© it io full of Illustrations of High-Grade yet Economical Furniture. With tkis beautiful Catalogue in your home, you have tko privilege of selection in tko quietness of your drawing-room, unswayed by the eloquence of ike salesman who tries to sell inferior quality and Badly-constructed Furniture. Every Necessary .-to Mst© Complete the FwoisMag of Horn® is to he found in this splendid hook—it gives hut an index to tkt> immense stock of Furniture and Furnisk ing Accessories -we carry (a matter of £20,000 wortk). Send for a copy to-day. Post Free to any address. Write for YOUR copy. ^TdDTd) itP' &s "The Big Jlrcada," Sturfc & Armstrong .Streets, :: BALLARAT. *: v"» I A Warranted Cure for ell Acquired or Constitutional JDiesharKGS from the Urinary Organs, in either sex. Thesa &am...

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TO PREVENT SORE SHOULDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

A TO PREVENT SORE SHOULDERS. I A correspondent of the "Breeders' Gazette" gives the following method , for preventing sore shoulders on horses :— "We have tried for about ten years and found it valuable when used all the time. Line the sweat pad or col lar that comes next to the horse's I shoulders with pure white oil cloth, which' can be bought for lOd. per yard. The oil cloth must be pure , white, without a coloured mark in it. Put the smooth part <$f it next to the shoulder, lining the pad of the collar all through, and sewing it in around the edges. S ''With collars lined this way, we ( have never had a horse with sore : shoulders. Once or twice I neglected ! to do it, and at once the shoulders , became sore. The collars can be I washed of! and kept clean. The me ; thod is a success; and is very simple ; and easy to apply.. With our four teams of work horses not one has sore shoulders. This idea has been a great thing to me, and I want to pass it on."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

i Heainm©9© ®rora®lsI4i§ Oare ITiose who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers, from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che&, I experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject | to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to 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, been | properly treated vath this medicine. No house should be withouS 1 it, as taken at the beginning, & dose or fcv?o is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. * Sold by all Chemists and MedKeisae , WOOL WAREHOUSES, 373 to' 579 COLLINS STfeteT, MELBOURNE. W©© L 0 IB A B Ni AUCTION OM.SO OF W©@£», $9l©E8i SSCJWS, TALLOW AND ©HAIN LIlEBSSMi GA...

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CHAPTER XV. DON ALPHONSO PROVES A GOOD FRIEND—M. RENARD, OF THE PARIS POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

•CHAPTER XV.., DON" ALPHONSO PROVES A GOOD FRIEND—M. RENARD, OF THE ! , PARIS POLICE. "By Heaven, this is a strange tale yon are telling me, young sir," said the ^Spanish grandee to Oliver. "Don Alphonso, it is true. There is not the least doubt in my mind that my uncle, Richard Baytridge, made the attempt to take my life on hoard my yacht. He is now, I am perfectly . convinced, trying to get rid of my sister in some manner that will not bring suspicion upon him. And the brasfc plate which he shows as his own is not his at all, but belonged I to my, mother, therefore now is the ; property of . my sister and myself. , This man is a murderer in thought, J and a thief in fact. Yet I am a • stranger here, in poor health myself, and unable to communicate with my sister or to defeat the plans of her wonld-be murderer." "This must be looked into. By the way, does this Burke—:or Baytridge— know that you are here ?", "He does not. I have not met him. Undoubtedly he believes me dead." "This i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

f •r ' ~ l... TP cr~3 gr =J m] I AMU1L ni rfl E NOW ON. GREATEST OF LOCAL TRIBE OVERSTOCKED DEPARTMENTS UNLOADED AT SACRIFICE PRICES. GET YOPK SHIRE OF THE BARGAINS DURING THE 1 G. H. COUGLE, The Store for Good Vailu©s9 BEAUFORT. , TEOIE, 22. Commonwealth $§|L ffianfcofBusi HEAD OFFICE SVDE3EV rhi-« r.xTik is ojr?a f»r all clcassj ol ©EK!EI??A8o G3APJKJK3Q G3J!SI£3£iS3 POST OFFICE BW8EO0SKG8, S^Miri & LydiQtrd ©t3., BALLAKAT Alao at Raaltjoumo, Offdnoff, □oocaotlo, Orohon Mill, Oubbo, Oanborra, Ado* lalda, Pertft, Hobarti CTJoSsano, Qoctiharaptoni Tonnoville and London. Cable remitiancio mvde to, and drafts dnim oa foreljn placu direct. Farfiien biila nejatiitsd anil collected. L^'^ari of credit irautd to any pan ot the world. Bills nojoc-iatw, or forwarded (or collection. IiMtiac and Exchange Buiinea) o! arory description trsnsaaNd within the Common waa'th, Unit-su Kingdom a*d abroad. Current nceouatt opened. Interns paid on filed deposits. Ad'onc-si uani afaiusr- opproT*d ...

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CHAPTER XIV. AN IMPORTANCE ABSENCE—A JOYFUL REUNION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

CHAPTER XIV. AN IMPORTANCE ABSENCE—A JOYFUL REUNION. Tho Btartling announcement of Mal colm Dorsey that the Jew Isaacs had been found in his bed, probably mur dered, and that no brass plate had been found among his effects, rather upset the well-laid plot of Richard Baytridge. Everything was in readi ness to execute the plan which was to make him sole master of the secret of tfae buried treasure. But with one of the brass plates missing, what was he to gain by the scheme ? "It all depends on what's on them" he said to himself, while going over, in his resourceful mind, the probable results of his arrangements. "The plate I have gives the longitude. It doesn't say so, but it must be the longitude. Seventy degrees east or west. Latitude wouldn't run so high. Now, if Dorsey's. plate, or the don's should prove to have the latitude on it, then I am all right. I could find the island, and the , broken sentences of tiie rest of the' business would en able me to fix the spot where lies the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

J AS. H. ROBERTSON PLUMBER. TINSMITH, AND GASFITTER, \Vi.-hi-~ to intimate Uisit he tuis on a iar^-c stock oi Tanks. Spouting, Ridging, and Down-pipe, Water Pipes, and fittings, Gas, Sleam and Water Taps, Au4 t-vi-iy necessary for 1 lie mule. Agknt iur various makes of WIN!) MJ1.I.S = n.l STOVKS. ■>- Ai>f >; tuid variwl country L'Xjteripiu-e. HAVELOCK STREET.

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ON FOUR BRASS PLATES. A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. PART 8. CHAPTER XIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. . By Seward W. Hopkins, -Author of "A Bafied Impostor," etc. PART 8. \ CHAPTER xni— (Continued.) "The matter is simple enough, ' saifl Maitland. "The house was left to Malcolm Dorsey, was it not — the house alone ?" ' "The bare property. Malcolm Dor Bey inherited the house, with all the real property adjoining. Nothing, else." "Then he'is a thief." "Ah !" Mr. Strickland was getting excited. He felt overjoyed to hear Malcolm Dorsey spoken-of m this way. Strick land, and in fact all Calverton, had borne Malcolm a grudge for selling Hedgelawn to a money-lending Jew. Mr. Strickland- began to think per haps he had been too hasty in decid ing against Maitland. "Yes," said the seeker after know ledge, "Malcolm Dorsey, before he sold Hedgelawn, went into the attic, and took therefrom certain things of more or less value. I don't know ex actly what the value of a brass plate is in our family, but it seemed to have a distinct value for Malcolm...

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

Religious Services. 1 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28th, 1015. j .Methodist Church.—Beaufort, 11 •and'7; llaglan, 3—Iiov. W. H. Chapman^ Chute, 3; liaglan, 7.30- -Mr G. Boyd. - , PKEsm'TEitlAM CiiUiwfH.~M klfllo ('reck, '11; Tra'.VaUa, 3; Beaufort. 7-Kev. A. J." Slew fat. Beuu'l'ort, 11 3 ; Chu'.v, 7- rJIrN. McDonald. ... Chwich op England.- -Beaufort, 8} (11.C.?. 11, anil 7; SluinLead, 2; Water loo, o--R»v. W. B. Jessop. Raglan, 11; Shirley, 8 ; Waterloo, 7. CO--Mr waiters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

The annual meeting of the Beaufort : Jockey Club is to be held at the Mechan ics' Institute .on Monday evening, i Beaufort pictures to-night. Stac i film, ''Diplomatic Flo"—a powerful ' drama by the famous actress, Flo Laurence. REGISTRATION OF SHOPS. iN or before 14th AInrch next every "shopkeeper is required by the Fac tories Act t'i reg'ster his shop (under a penalty of .€10 for default) by posting or delivering ?o the Chief Inspector of Fact tries, Melbourne, a properly filled i i form with the prescribed fee. Forma obtainable from any Inspector of Fac tories or at. any Police Station. H. M. MURPHY, Chief Inspector of Factories. Melbourne, 15th February, 1915. LOCAL LAND BOARD. QCHEDULE of Applications to be iO dealt with at this Office on Thurs day, 11th March, 1915, at 10 o'clock Parish of Beaufort—Jas. Carmichael, 10 acres, in Sec. II. in Tipperary Gully, east, of State School Reserve at Mhin Lead; Jas. Williams, 20 acres, in Sec. L, fronting Beaufort, to Raglan road. S X. GH...

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