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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

BEAUFORT RAINFALL. We are indebted to Mr Jas. SIcKeich .'or tn following interesting information as U> thf rainfall at Beaufort sinco 1899. 99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 'OH 'M '07 *0S -C9 .)anJlSl!U3|25ol' S0?149'462jl07[ 8: 61 j 8011211 Feb. ,180] 20 33! 80i202:34112(3! 9f'lOC 53 91 Mw.3i\407 158 15S;149j 73,1 96 357} S9 180(187 \nr 1239;329 461 12i40Sj 71144,' f>8'8C9 18;2t>2 Mav.l95!4ol!lfil| 94l22»JS30,'335S42 2<»-S8»>|Ji7r» June iSoQfJJtU '35of301i404!29S(-339ilS5i309jaa8 .lulv 991l100ll.">S!103|565!l80'350!25S;317il2C 143 Vup 2?7'403j2i>9(l»4|117;32o; 169jl»?!302i240,673 ^|180|237 410 2«0i39ril82:383.,361;114i»84i'l76 0:tj281iKil!26l!rj0i29o';!2!l'27«S;ir^ua!29I|I4l •Vov J252j 91 SO 77 340.213; 76j4ii2;I8U: 173; 1(J5 DecJlO [ 811 S8M5'&t7; 16i24Ci 42'429| 70jli7 OOOCC^OCCDO 00 ® (0 N OJ CO H ts v> '-r o >2 go »s> a m £ ?4 n fi c: fj w w ci 01 71 « »: Ttk,(? ~ ' 1910.—January. 141 points; February, 33; March 5Ii: April. 7:1; May. 201; Jun...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NO MORE FAT PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

NO MORE FAT PEOPLE. j Mo.cj, fjit people swm to tliinlc that the ' (inly way i'J use dangur- < „,is<lnii?, follow .^starvation diet, or take exercise. But. all this is non-1 n W. ami, thanks to the recent discovery ;u) fltniner;t -scientist, thousands of men ;iI„; ivomen are taking off several pounds of f.u a week, by simply rubbing I „„ to the. fat part—hip*, ;irni«, chin, or .•ifxiunieii—a simple lotion made by poarin" .1,-»;i of hot water ovor a dram of quassia .■hipr: lei it stand for a minute, then strain j lliwinth a cloth and atid ounces of Cirola 1 Kark K.vtra -t. Pour the mixture into a hmtk) and apply night and morning, niit umz it in with the hands for about 10 iniimiff, lining a circular motion, and the j Hi will almost so«m to melt away before your v«ry eye.". The ingredients, which .ire in>>x\v}n<ivt>, may by had of any chem i-t, aii«i ih.'.' result* f>>-ba obtained are I really rtiinarkabl'!. • " I

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

PAINS IN TIIH STOMACH. While this ailment is not dangerous, it . is not at all pleasant, and anyone who is subject to attacks of it will Iw pleased to learn how quick relief may be had. A done of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea remedy m a little water is all ( bat. is necessary. Tt-is an ideal remedy for tbis complaint, for it always effects immediate relief and is pleasant to take. Sold by all chemists. ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. You have heard of the man who buys his ice in winter time and his coal in the summer time—such a pur chaser invariably saves mouey. The principle involved is to buy when the other fellow is most anxious to. sell, and to sell when the ether fel low is most eager to buy. Those "tvho would take fall advan tage of market conditions in the buy :ag and selling of household necessities, live stock, machinery, etc., are con stantly on the look-out for opportuni ties presented through the local ad vertising medium. Are you alert to the opportunities which the advertisi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

A GOOD INVESTMENT. Yon may have an attack of diarrhoea, dysentery, or pains in the stomach one of these days, ati>t it will be well to remember ike name of a niwlicuie that will relieve you. Say it slowly—Chainlu'riain's Colic un<l Diarrhoea Keniedy. What will be v-titl belter—buy a iioitl-; to-day; itwillbe 1/ti well inw,-t>f!. So'r.l by all chemists. I The Commonwealth Statistician, Mr f G. ff- KvAbbz, had made available, figures bearing on the cost of living in Australia up to the end of 1914. Com paring the average figures for 1914 with the averages for the preceding three years, the cost of living in 1914 was 14 per cent, higher than in 1911, and nearly oi per cent, higher than in 1912 and 1913, when there was practically no change. Groceries were i>.2 per cent, higher in 1914 than 1911, dairy produce 10.S per cent., meat 32.3 per cent., and house rent 13.5 per cent Compared with the ( year 1913, groceries in 1914 were 1.8 per cent, higher, dairy produce2-6p...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

ONLY TEMI'OKAUY AT FIK>T. Constipation is due to weakness of tin: bowels, prooably caused by indigomion,. .ind in the beginning i9 only temporary, j Drastic physics cause it fco become chonic,! | for they so weaken the bowels tli»t they will not act without assistance. No case of chronic constipation has ever resulted from the nse nf Chamberlain's Tablet*1. Chamberlain'^ Tablets do not do the work of the bowels, but gently atimnlate them to perfortfi their own functions naturally and voluntarily. Sold by J. R. Wother spoou & Co. Mr. W. H. Halpin, auctioneer, Beau fort, announces the sale, on Saturday, 6th March, at 12 o'clock noon, of Mr T. W. Scblicht's high-clasa furniture, motor ear, horaes, vehicles, harness, &c.; also 18 acres 22 perchca of freehold land, with 5-roomed bouse and outbuildings, situate at Waterloo South, and occupied by Mr C.Lennon. Fall particulars are advertised. , *

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

Oftfrial?.— President, Mr J. J. Brodie presidents. Messrs J. P. Tiley ant ' n li. Hutton: judges, Messrs P. T. er, It. Ilalpin, B. Tiley, and W. f? : starter. Mr W. 6'Sullivan : surfer, Mr J. Bates; handi K. O. Welsh, W. R, Glover, G. R- Boyd, W. Connor; E. H. wejob, and E. P. Hannah; protest com n'ittee, Messrs Brodie, Scoles, and R. Ralpin: stewards. Messrs B. Tiley, Aveh. Panther, J. Stevens, R. Thomson, i L Fisher, N. Stokes, T. McNish, P. A. I PAnthcr. C. Thomson, R. Crocker, C. ■ BitchfieW, W. Lilley, Geo. Tiley, C0" < Smith, A- 35. Tiley, and Geo. Lilley; I Donv measurer and clerk of course, Mr i W 'Drew; bell ringer, Mr W. J. Tiley, 'I timekeeper, Mr W. H. JTaipin ; secre 1 taij. 5fr J- A. Skewes. I The second annual public sports I «atbering at Raglan took place in the J iooal Recreation Reserve on Saturday, j and passed off verysuceessfully. Despite f the threatening appearance of the 1 readier in the morning, the day turned 1 out well, and the attendance wus la...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

TENjNlS. A match was played on the Manse court on Saturday, 18th inst., between St. Andrew's and Waterloo, resulting in a win for St. Andrew's by 24.games. Scores Lindsay and Jenkins (S.A. i beat Gray and Jones (W.), 6—3, (!—0; and also beat Flynn and Hinton, 6—2. Hetherington and Stevenson (S.A.) 1of<: to B'lynn and Hinton (W.). 4—6, t>—o. 4—6 ; but beat Gray and Jones, 4-tG, 6—3, 6—4. Mrs Lindsay and Miss Coch- j rane (S.A.) beat Misses Flynn and Kew ley (W.), 2—6; 6-3, 6—1. Totals—St. ; Andrew s, 4 rubbers, 8 sets, 62 games : j Waterloo, 1 rubber, 4 sets, 38 games. , j A match was played between Sf. Andrew's and Beaufort on the tlanse court on Saturday last, and resulted in , a victory for St. Andrew's by 1 rubber. Afternoon ten was provided by' .St., Andrew's ladies. Appended are tin scoresDr. Eadie and Lindsay (S.A. • beat Young and Sinclair (B.), 2—6, 6— f>. 6—4; and also beat McDonald am; Welsh, 2—6, 6—8, 6-M5: McDonald ami j Welsh (B.) beat Hetheringron and ...

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

TO SWKETEK THE r.KEATIi. To sweeten tho breath take a course of Chamberlain's Tablets. They arn in valuable for the relief mid prevention of disorders of the stomach and livor, which, cause bad breath. They Htinmlatu 'the bowels to perform their work, tlm* (■[••;«>.« ing the system. By taking one of < 'itHin berlain's Tablets at regular intervals' •,ou will never bo troubled with bad bn.a.ii. Sold by J. 12. Wotherspoon & <.'u.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

THERE'S A LONG LIST. There is* a long of mothers in your community who uiil tell you that they keep Chamberlain's Cough lieinedy 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 do^e." of Chamberlain's Cough lleniKdy taken at the first symptom-* will ward off the sever eat cold. Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy is the mother's favourite, anrt it can be riven to any member ot the family, from the eldest to the youngest. Sold by J. K. Wothersprwn & Co. The Country Roads' Board have noti fied their intention of inspecting thf roads in the Shire of Ripon next Thurs day, and will meet the council at 8 p.m in the Shire Hail, Beaufort. The monthfr meeting of the Rjpon shire Council has been postponed tin Monday, 8t.h March. Tenders are in vited for several contracts. Cr. Hannah, president of Riponshire. has convened a public meeting of the residents of Beaufort and district for Wednesday, at 8 p.m., at the Shire Hall, to...

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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

Tuesday. The following district saies are re- f| ported'Three calves for Mr Frank m. Ellis, Beaufort, to £2 38/ ; 210 merino S wethers for Mr R. Fred Roberts, Baan- H gal, Skipton, to 15/1, averaging 13/9; 40 lambs for same owner, 13/11 to 11/3, 13 averaging. 13/; 10 head cattle for Mes- || srs Mulcahy Bros., Lake Goldsmith, bullocks £8 2/6, to £9 15/, cow £5 2/6: H 1 cow for Mr J. Fenton, Snake Valley, f| at £9; 7 calves for Mr J. Kirkpatrick, M Stockyard Hill, 28/ to 95/; 3 calves for 14: Mrs Kirkpatrick, Stockyard Hill, at £3 0/6; 1 calf for Mr A. W. Kirkpatrick, Stockyard Hill, 25/; 108 comebacks, Mv W. G. Pickford, BuangorPark, Buangor, wethers 20/6 to 21/6, averaging 21/, ewe. 14/3 to 19/9, averaging 17/; 57 merino |l wethers for Mr J. S. Douglas, Carng- m ham, 15/2 to 17/1, averaging 16/1: o $| cows for Mr Wm. Lynch, " IturEdcne,'- *s| Lake Goldsmith, steers £1, cows £4 10 '. || 50 sheep for Messrs Brennan I ro Buangor, comeback wethers 15/1 to 14 1 comeback ewes to 15/1; 44 ...

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

Australian Natives' Association rpHE Fortnightly MEETING of the Beaufort.. Branch, A.N. A., will be held in-the MECHAN ICS' INSTITUTE on TUESDAY Evening next, at S o'clock sharp. ^ D. LINDSAY, Secretary.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

MINING NEWS. We take the following from the re turn of gold yields for the quarter ended :11st December, 1914, issued by the Sec retary for Mines :—Beaufort Deep Leads, 5G4 oz. 15 dwt., valued at £2,282 8/, the yield to date being 1,414 oz. 5 dwt.; Fiery Creek Dredging—Quarter-acre treated i'or a yield of 88 oz. 2 dwt., val ued at £34110/, the total treated being 10$ acres for a yield of 4,456 oz. 19dwt.; Hope, 901 oz. 4 dwt., valued at £3,6(51 4/, the total yield being 6,021 oz. 6 dwt.; Northern Hope, 653 fathoms treated for a yield of 1,307 oz. 10 dwt., valued at £5,810 1/, the dividends paid amounting to £850, and quantity treated to date being 1,970 fathoms for a yield of 4,502 i oz. 12 dwt.; R. Ramsay, 8 oz. 5 dwt., valued at £32 2/. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports North-west branch reef drive —No. 5 rise—East off north, one party blocking. One party blocking in south oft' west branch reef drive. South-west branch reef drive—No. (5 rise—South east off rise extended ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

IN MEMORIAM. HUGHES.—In loving memory of John Roberts Hughes.—I.H., B.H., S.H.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 27 February 1915

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 27, 1915. The death occurred on Monday at Chute of a very old and highly respected resident of the Beaufort district in the person of Mr James McErvale. The cause of death was cerebral hemorr- hage ; deceased only having been ill for three days. He was 62 years of age,   and was a colonist of 61 years' standing. He was born at Cumnock, Scotland, and came to Victoria in the sailing ves- sel Lord Stanley with his parents when only 11 months old; the journey occupy- ing six months. He landed in Geelong in 1853, and lived with his parents at Carngham for 21 years. He then set- tled in Chute, where he had lived for 40 years and engaged in farming pur- suits. Deceased leaves a widow and nine children to mourn their loss. The sons' names are John, William, Ivie, James, and Colin, and the daughters are Mrs David McPhee (Jessie), of Lex- ton; Mrs John McCully (Euphemia),. of Evansford; Mrs John Hedges (Christina), of Lexton ; a...

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SKIPTON MASONIC LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

SKIPTM ffiaSOMIC. LOBGE; The installation of Bro. Dr. W. A. H. Barrett as W.M. of the Skipton ivlasomc Lodge, and the investiture of .his officers, took place on Thursday night i in the presence of about 45 members of the craft; visitors attending from Beau fort, Ballarat, Smythesdale, Lis more. The installation ceremony was very imr pressively performed by Wor. Bro. Moore, the retiring W.M., assisted by ; Wor. Bros. H.' Smith, S. Jamieson, j Chamberlain, Wardle, A. Parker, A. L. Wotherspoon, and E. J. Muntz; Wor. Bro. D. Stevenson acting as Director of Ceremonies, Wor. Bre. S. Jamieson aa Grand Trumpeter, and Bro. P. T. Stevenson as organist; a large pro portion of the work being done by P. M's. of the Fiery Creek Lodge, Beaufort. The officers were invested by Wor. Bros. H. Smith, L. Smith, and A. II. Sands. The officers are as follow :—W.M., Bro. Dr. W. A. H. Barret; I.P.M., Wor. Bro. Moore; S.W., Bro. D. Stewart; J.W., Bro. A. M. Elder; treasurer, Bro. A. R. Slater; secretary, Br...

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

DOESN'T SMAKT OR I1UIITATE. The inoft reliable liniment for scalds and barns'is Chamberlain's Pain Kalm. It is antiseptic and allays the pain of a burn almost immediately, dues not smart or irritate, and prevents blood poisoning. If applied instantly after a burn Chamber lain's Pain Balm will generally prevent a blister or sore. Suld by J. II. Wothcr spoon & Co. Beaufort Pictures to-night. Special war programme. Star film, " In the King's Service." Two additional cases of clothing were eent away this week by the Beaufort branch of the Red Crosa Society.

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

MINING NEWS. ? The Hope Extended plant was sold by auction on Thursday and purchased by the Hope Co. for £275. Mr T. Derrick, manager of the Hope, reports North-west branch—No. 5 rise —West off north extended 19ft*; total, 329ft.; making big wash; payable. One party blocking in east oft' north. One party blocking in south off west branch reef drive. ^South-west branch —No. G rise—East off south-east ex tended 52ft. ; total, SOft.; payable. West off south-east extended 35ft. ; total 55ft.; payable. Yield, llOoz. The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads (Mr D. H. Brown) reports:— No. 2 rise—Blocking with four parties. No. 1 east crosscut driven 12ft.; total, 144ft.; wash payable. South drive, top deck, driven 16ft.; wash coarse; fair prospects at times. No. 3 rise—Opened and driven east 4ft., and west 12ft.; jwash fair quality. Yield for month, 168oz. 19dwt.; average, 17|dwt. per fathom. Mr P. M. Rankin, manager of the Northern Hope, reports:—No. 1 rise off north-west bottom level—North...

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

LESS TO WORRY OVER. If mothers lwer allowed :i cold to run j twenly-four hours without attention there iworihl bo less sickness to worry over. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy should al •\vay5 be kept in tin: home where there are children. It is a. .perfect remedy for coughs, colds, urosip. whooping cough and bronchitif, and if «iv<»n ;it the first symp toms will ward off the utU'.ek. Sold by J. 1!. Wot Jieryp'-on & Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. Fat cattle.—123 penned to-day. Only an oddjpen could be called quality, which J sold at a good advance, whilst all other I classes made fully late best rates. Quo tations.—Prime pens bullocks, £13 to £16 5/; good pens bullocks, £10 10/ to £12; medium, £8 to £9; best cows, to £11. Calves: 76 penned, best forward selling to £6 5/. Sheep: 4856 came for ward, only a small number being good to prime quality, balance chiefly medium and store descriptions. The market opened to brisk competition for quality sheep, and values show a material advance on late rates, fully 2/6 can be quoted; medium sorts and others firmer. Quotations.—Prime crossbred wethers, 23/ to 26/ ; extra quality and weights, 27/ to 29/; good crossbred wethers, 18/ tc 20/; medium crossbred wethers, 14/ to 16/; prime crossbred ewes, 20/ to 22/; extra quality, 24/ to 26/; a few, 29/9; good crossbred ewes, 16/ to 18/; medium crossbred ewes, 12/to 14/ ; best merino wethers, 16/ to 17/10; good m...

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

I AN OLD NURSE FOR GUILD REN. J " Mrs Winslow's' Soothing Syrup" for ; Children Teething. Should always Ijb J used for Children while Teething. It Scathes the Child, Softens the Cams, Allays all J'ain, Cures Wind Colic and is the ]>e.st. Remedy for I)iarrluna. Direc tions for Usiny Mus -Winslow's Sootii inq Syuui'.—For a child under one month old, ti to It) drops ; three months old, half a.teasp'c>oiifu.l ; .six months old and up wards, a■ teasfioonful three or four times a day. For Diarrho;a, repeat the ahove dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the better. Sold Everywhere.

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