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

ALL YOU NKKdT Much il!-he-ilt.h is due to impaired digestion. If t!t.■ stomach falls to perform its functions the whole system becomes deranged. A fuw dose* of Chamberlain's Tablets is nil you They will st rengthen vour digestion, siimulate your liver and regulate your bowels, entirely removing that miserable feeling due to faulty digestion. Chamberlain's Tablets have relieved many "people who have been aeute sufferers from indigestion, so why not give them a chance to relievo you. ? Sold by J. It. Wotherspoon & Co.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

"Gertrude, I'm afraid you made a mistake in refusing Mr. Jones." ."Why, mother?" . . "The meek manner in which he too your refusal shows he is of the stun that husbands should be made of Few men play with the devil and win.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ON THE ROAD WITH SHEEP. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

ON THE ROAD. WITH SHEEP. [".Contributed,! • You're sometimes classed as black guards. And sometimes classed as thief ; And you-'re always called a loafer, When you're on the road with sheep. And yet the game's exciting, Though sometimes it's a " sod," For the sheep, they take some feeding (We've a thousand in our mob). The cockies keep you moving—_ At least they l.rv to, that's their plan— To make you go the distance Of six miles, if they can. But the drovers take some shifting, For they are tough lads on the job, I And it gives them great amusement ! To get some chaps in a fog. There is one old chap— a squatter— He roared at us until We thought that we had met The blood-stained Kaiser Bill. And yet we met some farmers, Some real old decent chaps, Who would give you a bit of picking, And a camping ground, perhaps. One day a lady charged us— She was the fiercest foe I've seen— I did not like her manner, So I kept the fence between. I am not fond of skiting. And I'm frightened of no m...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT JOCKEY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

The annual meeting; of the Beaufort Jojkey Club was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Monday night. Present— JieBsrs W. O'Sullivan (president), W. H. Halpin (secretary), J. T. Glover, J. Liddie, W- ft- Glover, R: McCallum, P. Grant, and A. Parker. The secretary stated that he had written to the V.R.C., asking that two .)•• <hr; c ia'<js be allotted for a meeting about the second or third week in April, bat had not received a reply. The secretary read a statement of receipts and expenditure for the past jear, the former amounting to £1042/4 and the latter to £*8 10/10, thus leaving1 a Cr. balance of £15 11/G. Mr Halpin .•stated that since the balance-sheet was i •uadt; out he had received £12 9/3. The ! I)3-o?i'le»t complimented the secretary on bringing out such a satisfactory' balance. The balance-sheet, which was i certified to as correct by Mr A. Parker, was received and adopted on morion of Messrs J. T. Glover and Grant. The matter of holding a race .meet...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OPERATION IN LIGHTHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

OPERATION IN LIGHTHOUSE. While the Madagascar mail boat was 0n its way to Marseilles,, the captain noticed that the ShadweB Lighthouse was signalling for medica! assistance. He lowered a boat and. sent the ship's doctor to the light house. It was found that one of the keepers was being choked bs a tu mour in his throat. The doctor ope rated and saved thte man's life

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

. To morrow or to-night, maybe, you will lose something that you prize highly. Nearly everybody loses some thing at one time or other,- but in Beaufort few things are lost that can not be recovered through a small ad. in the " Riponshire Advocate." It's easy to mail an ad. to the "Advocate," or just call at the office and tellus your trouble. Throat -'Vki'kctkv-s axr rioA«tsK\-E.s$.— All -iisiiM-itipr from irritiitioii of the throat and ""tirjeimss will be rurenal'ly surprised at the Al:no*f imniiv'infc siiJordf'l by- the use ol •" i'.rowr.'s Erowhinl 'i'vwhn<." Those, famous lozeiiptes" are now s^ld by most, respectable clioiuists'in this country; People troubled ••vitli :i "hacking- cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial aileerions, cannot try tWm soon, a« ..similar troubles, if' allowed H> pvod'ress, result iu scrinus Pulmonary and Asilimatio ASfccti'ins. that tbo signature i of John* I.-Bbows' te tfo's is on every wrap per. Prepared by J»hn I. Brown & Son, l...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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STOCKYARD HILL DISTRICT COURSING CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

STOCKYARD HILL DISTRICT COURSING DIBB The annual meeting of the above club was held in Skipton Mechanics' Institute last Saturday evening:. Present Messrs A. Melntyre (in the chair), A. Roberts, H. Thompson, A. Baker. P. Shannon, M. Notman, D. Elder, and D. R. Hannah (secretary). The balance sheet, showing a Cr. balance of £2-1 19/11, was adopted, on motion of Mesar. Thompson and Shannon. The electioi. of officers resulted as follows :—Presi dent, Mr R. C. Bel!"; vice-presidents, Messrs H. M. Elder, J. W. Harris, E. G. Austin, and A. Melntyre; commiittec. Messrs J. A. Harris. W- H. Halpin, A Melntyre, J. Tait, M. Notman, J. Daly. H. Thompson. J. O'Meara, W. Warren. A. Walker J. Madden, P. Shannon, D. Stewart, A. Baker, E. H. Welsh, C Grist, A. Roberts, W- Wyleman, arid -H. -Bolte stewards, president, vice presidents, secretary, Messrs \V. H. Halpin, J. A. Harris, J. O'Meara, W. Wyleman, and J. Madden; judge, Mi' J. Caple; slipper, Mr W. I. Halpin (for first meeting); slip stewards, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

Mr and Mrs J. Neyland, of Birchip, have six sons in the Australian Expedi tionary force. They also hadthreesons in the South African war. We have leceived from the pub lishers, Messrs Hodder and Stough t-on, St. Paul's House, Warwick Sq uare, London, B.C., a copy of (Prin cess Mary's Grift Book. . All profits from the sale are going to the Queen's "Work for Women" Fund, which is acting in conjunction with the National Relief Fund, and Sve un derstand that the demand has been so„ colossal that nearly <14)0,000 cop ies have already been sold, and that the publishers have already paid i** the fund's sum of £10,0110 on account j of profits. At the price of 2/6 net this is .pro.bably the most wonderful; . volume eyei''" placed..: on 'the market. I From the frontispiece portrait of Princess Mary, speciallv painted for i this book, facing Her Royal High ness' thanks to the "authors and artists ■who have so generously con tributed to mv Gift ,-Book." to the Sast page, with its de...

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

TOO GREAT A RISK. I It is too great a risk to depend upon neighbours or sending for medicine in c;u»e. of sudden attack of bowel complaint. Think of the suffering that must he en dured until medicine can be obtained. The safe way is to keep Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy always on hand. It lias never failed to relieve 'cliarrhoea, dysentery and pains in the stomach, and has saved more pain and suffering than any other medicine known. Sold by all chemists.

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

rrSSEI 2EjDE5A.lL> BRIDAL PORTRAIT The Bride who wishes to have at least one really beautiful picture in her home should sit to us for her BRIDAL PORTRAIT. Our portraits are the embodiment of all that is artistic in photography, while our thirty years' experience en ables us to give- each- portrait thtft unique "touch " which has made our name a household word throughont Australia. Every convenience. Two proofs at least. The latest.styles in Bridal Veils, Wreaths, Bouquets, ^ Buttonholes, always/ready for the:2;i "• - gs-esbj-ctikte OIL PAINTINGS' j The latest discovery in photography genuine oilpain tings by a new method —guaranteed permanent. Price, the same as ordinary colored portraits—;■ 52 2s. Write us for furtherparticuiars BROMIDE ENLARGEMENTS. Size of Size of Enlargement Mount Price 12 x 10 20 x 16 25/ 15 x 12 23 x 17 30/ RICHARBS . & Co., THE FAMOUS BALLARAT PHOTOGRAPHERS, 21 STURT STREET, BALLARAT. J. C. DEA'RDEN, Proprietor. W. R. GLOVER Late P. P. Prince),' B...

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BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

BELGIAN RELIEF FUND. A. public meeting, convened by Cr. •D. R. Hannah (shire president), to devise ways and means of augment ing thetBelgian Relief Fund,,held at the iShire Hall on Wednesday night, was attended by about 30 ladies ana townsmen. The meeting opened with the singing of the National An them. Apologies -were received for the* absence of the Rev. W. B. Jes sop and Cr. Halpin. The convener, who presided, said he was pleased to see so many lad ies and gentlemen present. There were not so many here as he would hatfe liked, but the meeting was very representative. He gathered that they were here in response to the pathetic appeal in the press dur ing last week, and the meeting aug ured well for the success of the un dertaking. It was unnecessary for him 10 teli them or she need of the Beitfian peopie, and he was sure it made their hearts bleed to think of the ' distress that had come on the Belgians through no fault of their own. It- was, in a way, our fault ' for . promising ...

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EURARMBEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

EURAR/iBEEN. + A very successful and enjoyable social was held in the Eurambeen school-room on Wednesday evening, 24th ult., for the purpose of raising' funds to build a shelter shed for the children. The school was tastefully decorated with | flowers and flags- The early part of the evening was occupied by a euchre tournament. Miss T. Bending-, of Beau fort, took first prize in the ladies' divi sion, and Mr J. Ahern, of. Rupanyup, won the men's trophy. Mrs T. Franc, of Middle Creek took the ladies' booby prize, and Mr B. Hanlon, of Buangor, the men's. At the opening, the Presi dent of the school committee, Mr M. Kelly, extended a cordial welcome to all present, and at the conclusion presented the trophies to the winners. About 40 couples remained for the dance. Excellent music was supplied by Messrs Kneebone and Irving. Messrs P. Hamil ton and B. Hanlon officiated as M's.C. Miss S. Jess, Mr E. Fay, and Mr W. Kelly kindly played for several extras. Dancing was, vigorously continued ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BUANGOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

BUANGOR. The second card tournament in aid of the hall funds, was held in the Buangor Hall on Saturday, 27th ult., when over iiO players took part in the games. The £e!ule"menrs trophy, a silver-mounted umbrella (gift of Mr D. Mclnnis), was won by Mr J. Clough, and the ladies' trophy, a silver-mounted crumb tray and brush (gift of Mr L. McDonald), was won by Mrs Robinson. After cards dancing was indulged in till mid night. The opening meeting of the' Buangor District Fox-terrier Coursing Giub was held on Saturday, when a large and rep resentative gathering from; the sur rounding district, including. Ararat, Beaufort, and Ballarat, was present. The meeting was successful in every way, and record, entries were received in every "event. • The result^-- .we'ce as Vollow:—Local Stakes.—W. Goodie's' Vv'attie, 1; \V. Robb's Skipper Boy, 2. Open Stake.—M. Flynn's Echo. £6 10/, 1; Heenan and VVishart's Miss Lauder, £2, 2; T. Stevens' Rocket, 10/, 3. Mixed Stake.—B. Maloney's Kiora, 1: J. Mar...

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WEDDING. LEWIS—HAMILTON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

I WEDDING. 9 LEWIS—HAMILTON. The marriage on Monday, 15th ult., at Bailarat, of Marianne Lynn Hamil ton to Charles Lewis, Stoneleigh Es tate, Beaufort, attracted great interest. The bridegroom comes from the West ern District, and is the youngest son of the late Mr Wm. Lewis, whilst the bride is the only daughter of the late Mr Fenwick Hamilton, and grand daughter of Mr Adam Loftus Lynn, Ballarat's pioneer solicitor. The ser vice was fully choral, the organist (Mr E. A. A. Dunn) giving as prelude the Lohengrin Bridal Hymn, and as reces sional the "Pilgrim's Chorus," from "Tannhauser." The church was deco rated, partly for harvest festival and partly by friends of the bride, devices of white flowers and corn, tied with white silk ribands, hanging from banked-up bamboos and greenery. The The clergy were the Revs. A. S. Webb and A. S. M. Macpherson. The bride j was given away by her father's cousin, | Mr J. E. Rogers, and was attended by I Miss R. M. Figgis and Miss A. Drur'y. The groo...

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

PRACTICAL PRESCRIPTION AG AINST STOMACH ACIDITY• ''Nine-tenths of nil case3 of stomach trouble nowadays," says a leading special ist, " are causa! by too much acid. In the beginning ilie stomach itself is not diseased, but if this acid condition is al lowed to continue, the acid is very likely to eat into the stomach walls and produce stomach ulcer or cancer, either of which may render a radical -anneal operation necessary, even to prolong life. Therefore an 'acid stomach' i? really a dangerous condition and should be treated seriously. It is utterly useless to lake pepsin and ordinary stomach tablet.-5. Tlie excess acid must be neutralised by the administration of an effici*. nt anUi-id. For this puqwse physicians nearly ;iiways recommend tak ing half a teaspooni ul of biwutcd magnesia in a little v.aier after each meal. Large quantities may I.e. used if necessary, as it is absolutely harmless. But be sure to "et tbe bt*Krut"1 nia^nc?ia, as other forms of magnesia have not the same...

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HIGH WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

HIGH WAVES. Among the moat trustworthy scien tific measurements of ocean waves are those of Lieutenant Paris, of the French Navy,. The highest waves mea sured by him were in the Indian Ocean, between the Oape of Good Hope and the island of St. Paul. Thirty waves measured during a north-west gale there, averaged 29^ feet-in height, and six of them, fol lowing one another with beautiful regularity, were 37-J feet in height. Some still higher waves were .seen • butjnot measured. In a moderate breeze the length of a \Vave was found to be about 25 times its height, but in a gale only 18 times. In London a motor-bus proprietor has to comply with between fifty and sixts' conditions before be can obtain a licence to use it for public pur poses.

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CORRESPONDENCE. We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR "RIPONSHIRE ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

CORRESPONDENCE. We do not in any way identify ourselves with the opinioni* expressed by our correspondents. TYi THR "RniTnTf. *' RtPAVann>» Anwmfcnpc " Re a letter published in the " Age" as | to bread-making, I would like to draw the-attention of the public to the way in which the writer has explained things. For instance, he makes sixpence worth of yeast do for one batch of bread of about two loaves, and also brings out all expenses to their utmost.; .I, W. Bennett, have tested and proved his statement to be incorrect, and that 6d worth of yeast will bake 12 large loaves, and with.a quantity of cheap potatoes that is added to the flour by the bakers, a mother can bake her bread for[6d a loaf. Any mother wanting1 a recipe for yeast that was used by my mother and other old identities' mothers1 can get it from W. Bennett, Southern Clrossj' Beaufort. I also remind the public to buy their, flour at the cheapest market, as I do not think that Beaufort is the rhpn-neafc WILLIAM BENNET...

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RUBBER PAVING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

RUBBER PAVING. In the course of a recent lecture, Professor Wyndham R. Dunstan, F.R. S., Director of the Imperial Institute, sSaid that artificial rubber could be produced by the chemist by elaborate processes without the add of the liv ing plant, but it could not be pro duced artificially as cheaply, as it could be grown. : With the 'prospect of rubber being produced shortly at less than one shilling a pound, the chances of syn thetic rubber competing against the real product commercially were be coming more and more remote. In his opinion i there is a big future for rubber, which, he believes, will in the near future be utilised for tne flooring of churches, chapels, halls, and other public buildings, if not, even for street paving purposes.

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

BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL. If• neglected, Bronchitis becomes chronio, weakening the system {ind4iavang-_the \v»y for serious .attackm of: lung trouble. No matter whetherfor child or adult, there is no medicine for this ; complaint equal to Chamberlain's Cough " Remedy. Taken early it check* the spread of inflammation and prevents the full development of the disease. Even. when fnllv established Bronchitis is promptly bronght under con trol by the use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co.

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THE NERVOUS COW. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

THE NERVOUS COW. 1 It may not perhaps surprise some people to hear that the nervous cows are the best milkers. The idea was first promulgated by Mr. Hoard, edi tor of "Hoard's Dairyman," and ex president of the State of Wisconsin Agricultural College, where Professor Henry and Dr. Babcock carry on their world-famous dairy experiments. He found that the ability to yield milk was intimately connected with the nervous organisation of the ani mal, and the more highly, the nerves of the animal were strung — so to speak—the greater was the power to yield milk. This intimate connection between nerves and the milk is very commonly exemplified in the pheno menon known as "holding up the milk" ; if the animal has her tem per ruffled, or is frightened or an noyed in any way, the milk ceases to flow easily. The cow does not knowingly keep her milk back, but simply the reflex action of her ruffled nerves causes a , stringency of the tissues of the milk bag, and the milk ceases to come until she ...

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