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THE FARM. SOME USEFUL CATCH CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

THE FARM. -— 9 SOME USEFUL CATCH CROPS. I It is generally, a good plan after harvest to grow a catch crop of some kind or another in the stubbles if these are clean. There is no use, of course, in trying to grow anything on a foul sole, but where a field is fairly clean there are four or five crops, each one of which might be grown with success. The easiest to grow — or, at any rate, the easiest in the south coun try—is trifolium, as all that is ne cessary to be done is simply to broadcast some 200-lb. of seed to the acre, by hand if there is no machine available, and harrow it in, and af ter a fall of rain the seed will sprout and you will have a good crop of this particular kind of clover straight away. Another easy crop to sow is white mustard ; some 14 lb. of seed to the acre is easily broadcasted on the sur face- in the same way as the trifo lium. It will be up and make a good crop in eight weeks, and will be suitable for sheep folding, but it is very often sown for the purpose...

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

IPS MEMORIAM. GUSHING.-^In affectionate remem brance of Hugh, loved husband of Bridget Cushing, who died at Lake Goldsmith, 11th March, 1904. R.I.P.

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, MARCH 6TH, 1915. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

Religious Services. SUNDAY, MARCH 6th, 1915. - Methodist Church.—Beaufort, 11 i I and 7; Italian, 3—Rev. W. IL Chapman, j i Raglan, 7.30—Mr C. Waidron. Chute, 3—Mr J. Stringer. Chute,'7.30—Mr L. : Vval'lron. Main Lead, 8—Mr G. Boyd. I rT.k\siii"xeklan CHUUCii.—Lextyn,* 11; j EafjJan, ; Beaufort, 7 -Iiev. A. J. I Stewart. Beaufort, 11; Waterloo, u' and 7—Mr Neil McDonald. f Cuuuoji ov England.—Beaufort,. 8- i (H.C.), 11, and 7 ; Middle Creek, 3—Rev. j W. -J3.-jessop.

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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. Wheat, 8/3 for prime milling; named seedjto 9/. Oatsjto 4/8 for ordinary feed, seed lines range from 5/ to 6/, according to sample. Peas, nominally 7/6 for Di*ime hand-threshed duns. Barley— Prime samples Chevalier, to 6/; prime Duckbill to 5/11; medium samples from 5/4 to 5/9 ; Cape, to 5/ for primest; me dium to good, 4/6 to 4/9. Potatoes from £2 10/ to £4 ; the latter for choice Car mens. Hay—Best green chaffing, £8 5/. Straw, £2 15/ to £3 10/, according to variety and condition. Bran, £9. Pol lard, £11 5/. Flour, £18 17/6. Butter— | Prime factory prints, 1/2 to l/2Jd ; lump, i 1/1$ to 1/2; separator, lid ; dairy, lOd. Eggs, 1/. Bacon—Sides, lOd; middles, 1/; hams, 1/1. Lard, 8d. Cheese, 7£d to Sid. Onions, £7 10/ to £8.

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

Published every Saturday Morning'. r"l^TURDAYrMARCH 6, 1915. ~ The monthly meeting- of the Ripon shire Council has been postponed till Monday, 8lh March. Tenders are in vited for several contracts. Mr Norman McLeod, of Beaufort, suffered a sad bereavement, during the week, his mother passing- away at Balla- ; rat. The right to the fruit, luncheon, and publican's booths at the Beaufort Thistle Club's Easter Monday sports will "be sold by Mr W. H. Halpin, at his auction ■Eooms, on Saturday, 13th inst., at 6 p.m. The rainfall at Beaufort, as regis tered by Mr J. McKeich, for February was 31 points, against 11 points for the "same month last year. For the two months 176 points has been registered, compared with 97 points for the same two months of 1914. If you want to buy seeds that will grow. . Buy them at-PRiNGLE's, you know, The Corner, Beaufort. All kinds of Trees. Plants, etc.. in stock. Dui-ing the past week about six house holders in the township of Beaufort have had their supply...

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

CAMP HOTEL*. ! BEAUFORT. ! . I above Hostelry having ttliangvd Anuria, -the' present Proprietress wishes to notify the residents of Beaufortand district chat tho - house hux been thoroughly reno rated, and no effort will be spared to mafce customers comfortable. . Only Best Brands of Wines, Spirits and Ales Kept. Meals a Specialty, at aay Fh'st-elaBs Groom always in attendance. Stabling Free Horses and Vehicles on hirff. The Proprietress trusts that with every Utension, combined with civility, she will receive a fair share of patronage. -A Teul Solicited.— M. ilALPIN, Proprietress. BUILDER'S AXD G O NT R ACTORS' HAYELOCK STREET,. B E A U F 0 R T. Erttimat«a aubmittoJ for all wock '■■■ i building line. Printed and published by the Proprietor Arthur Parkke, at the office of Zh* JlipvHUhire Advocate tie.vspaper, Lew« . renee Street, iJeaulort, Victoria.

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

I will bring you the 'Finest Furniture Catalogue you have had—finest from a printing point of view, and finest from the standpoint of value. It is a complete i GUIDE FOR COUNTRY ■ HOME MAKERS, because it is full of Illustrations of High-Grade yet Economical Furniture. With this beautiful Catalogue in you? /home, you have the privilege of selection in the quietness of your drawing-room, unswayed hy the eloquence of the salesman who < tries to sell inferior Quality and badly-constructed Furniture. ■Every Necessary to the Complete FwaisMssg off the Model Home ia to be found in this splendid book—it gives but an indesc.to the immense stock of Furniture and Furnish ing Accessories we carry (a matter of £20,000 worth). Send for a copy to-day. Post Free to any address. Write for YOUR copy. "The Big Jlrcade," Sturt & Armstrong Streets, :: BALLARAT. CURES |H \nfluen^ HJIM ' A Warranted Cure for all Acquired or Constitutional fi! 8RtfF!S ( Discharges from tho Urinary vkHlin...

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

d Q o o o V i ®©QCQ0GCOOOCOOOCQGO0CXX)OOQ0@®©®®@@@e®<S©®®@®< HI9 I) OKITOE ""BOYS OF .-THE BULL DOG B1EED, Yes, to Fight for our Supremacy as the Leading Bargain Distributors of the District. ?? if'.^'tifttMyamrramiiHiii ■ iMiwiittaggamaaag ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, SU We will Start the Biggest LE In the History of our Business. All Profits are cut away, and the Goods will be Offered at real' Bargain Prices. - : Hea^ry unsold Stock being on hand, we are forced to realise at Enormous Reductions, and with the object of effecting a speedy clearance, we have Reduced in Price every Article in our Drapery Department. © ©• o © o © o o o o © o G © I GREAT SUMMER SALE. ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE, ®@@©OQOOOOOOCX3O©©OGQ0OOO <SGCC@©<3@C ooocxxxDoee##®®©! Beaufort deep leads g.m. co. No Liability, Beaufort.—All' SHARES forfeited for non-payment of the 17th Call of One Penny (Id) per Share will be SOLD by public auction at the Mining Exchange, Ballarat, on T...

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

IJ AS. H. ' ROBERTSON. ' PLUMBER, TINSMITH, AND G A S FITT ER . Wishe* to intimate that he hat: 011 hand large stock of Tanks, Spouting, Ridging, and Down-Pipe, Water Pipes, ana Fillings, Gas. Sleam and Water Taps, Anil cvi:ry -Kerjuinile necessary for t he trade. A<:t-'.\T for various makes of WliSD M(L1,N ; n<i STOVES. A and varied country experience. HAVELOCK STREET.

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

Archbishop Clarke has directed the j attention of the Anglican clergy to the ! need of prayer and thanksgiving for rain, requesting them to use the prayers in the prayer-book, either for rain or thanksgiving for rain, continuously as the need arises. LOST, Silver Belt-Buckle, initialled J.B.C., between Messrs Jas. Harris' and Geo. Taylor's residences. Finder please return to Mrs GEO. COWELL, Beaufort. SOCIETIES' HALL, TO-NIGHT (saturday, 6th MARCH), AND every SATURDAY NIGHT. I Q this WEEK'S star— "IN THE KING'S SERVICE" (Array and Navy, etc.) spec(al war programme. Come eariy, as seating accommodation is limited. 3X3- usual PRICES, -as BEAUFORT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. BOOTHS in connection with Show to be held on 27th March, 1915, will be Sold at the Auctioneer's Office, Sat urday, 13th March, at 5 p.m. W. H. HALPIN, Auctioneer. beaufort THISTLE CLUB. THE Fruit, Luncheon, and Publican's BOOTHS in connection with above Club's Sports, Easter Monday (April 5th), will be sold by Mr W. H. H...

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

NO.W 01 1 i GREATEST OF LOCAL TRADE • EVENTS. OVERSTOCKED DEPARTMENTS UNLOADED AT SACRIFICE PRICES. GET YOUR SHIRS OF THE BARGAINS BURIIG THE SALE. G, H. COUG A The Store for Good Valu©s9 BEAUFORT, . 'FaoisrE, 22. Commonwealth Jfife, SSanfc of Eusi HEAD OFFICE SVDMEY This Bank is open for all classes ol GEWERAL. SSAE^KIftSG SSUSttMESS POST OFFICE BUILDINGS, Sturt & Lytiiard Sto., BALLARAT Also at Melbourno, Sydney, Ctfovacaotlo, Broken Hill, Dubtso, Canberra, Ado* laidc, Perth, Hobart, Driobane, Rockhampton, Towncvillc and London. Gable remittance? mwle to. and draft? drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bilia negotiated and ' collecied. Letters o: credit issued to any pare of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. JBiuking and Exchange Euiinesj of every description transacted within tlie (Jonimon wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interett paid on used uepu»iw. AdTancei mad: against approred securities. ^ SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT...

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CHAPTER XVI. THE METAMORPHOSIS OF M. RENARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

CHAPTER XVI. THE METAMORPHOSIS OF M. RENARD., On the morning of the day after that on which Don Alphonso and Oli ver visited the Prefect, M. Renard might have been seen sauntering up and down the Rue d'Arly, spending most of his time in the neighbour of No. 200. M. Renard was jauntily dressed, and as he strolled along he swung a slender cane. He was quite the gentleman of leisure. But though M. Renard was apparently at ease with himself and the world, and seem ed to find no occupation more agree able than killing time, he had really been working hard that very morn ing. Yet when M. Renard was work ing hardest, he seemed to be most at leisure. At nine o'clock on Monday morning —less than twenty-four hours after the interview on Sunday with the Prefect — M. Renard knew all that could be learned outside concerning the house occupied by, Mr. Burke. He knew that the person who had hired the house was an American, and that his family was said to consist of his wife and daughter. He knew t...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ON FOUR BRASS PLATES. A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. PART 9. CHAPTER XV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

A STORY OF A TREASURE ISLAND IN THE INDIAN OCEAN. By Seward W. Hopkins, Author of "A Baffled Impostor," etc. PART 9. CHAPTER XV.—(Continued.) "Come ! This is interesting. In Paris ?" "In Paris. But let me tell the story. We are beginning at the wrong end. It seems, then, that this young, man is the son of a wealthy gentle man of New York, who died but re cently, leaving a fortune of eighty odd thousand pounds—or say, two millions of francs. This fortune was to be divided between this young man and his sister, neither of whom are ag yet of legal age. The will of this young man's father provided a guar-' dian for himself and sister in the person of their uncle—brother of the father. And the will also made pro vision that in the event of both these } orphans dying and leaving no issue, j the two million francs were to go to the uncle. Now, all seemed to go smoothly enough, until one night some one made an attempt to murder this young man on board his yacht. It was due to some of those ...

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TO BLEACH COTTON DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

TO BLEACH COTTON DRESSES. Coloured cotton dresses show signs in time of frequent visits to the tub, and yet, apart from their loss of col our, are still quite wearable. The best plan then is to bleach them. It may be accomplished this way in inost' cases. Fill a large pan with water, and put in one tablespoonful of cream of tartar to each quart of water. ' Put in the faded garment, bring the water to boiling point, and let it boil for three hours, stirring it at intervals. Take out) the frock, rinse in cold water, and then hang it in the air to dry.

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TO WASH A KNITTED COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 March 1915

TO WASH A KNITTED COAT. The proper waj to wash a knitted coat is as follows :—Make a good lather, and dip the coat up and down in it till all the dirt is extracted. Then rinse it in warm' water (tak ing care not to wring the coat at all) and put it into a pillow-slip. Pin this on a clothes-line on a dry, windy day, and when the coat is nearly dry take it out and put it on a coat-hanger to finish drying. If you stuff a few newspapers in the sleeves they will hang better.

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LAKE GOLDSMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 March 1915

LAKE GOLDSMITH. A social to raise funds for JLake Goldsmith State school improve ment fund Tvas held on Wednesday evening, 3rd inst., about 60 couples being present. Visitors from the surrounding districts attended, arid a very enjoyable evening was speut. Dancing was continued until eariy morning to the strains of muaic sup plied by Messrs <5. Murray and W. Lynch (violins), and Miss Sylvia Sutherland (piano). Mr .Tas. Car michael acted as M.O. Jlarmony was provided by Misses Tfardiman and Hickman, and Messrs R. Ward and J. Oarmicliael. At the concla sion, Mr W. Lynch, on behalf of the commit-tce, thanked the. visitors Cor their attendance, and took the op portunity of publicly expressing the thanks of the residents of the dis trict^ Mr D. S. Oman, M.L.A., through whose influence the building had been transformed into an up-to date schoolroom. Cr. Halpin re sponded on behalf of,..the visitors, and hoped to spend inany such en ^ joyable evenings. The school fund will benef...

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

MJtH'GHT"l-xiVl-f!:" COXTKW.. If IJronr.U'.i i> I'l'c'niii" weaktMjinjr tlie.^yft-cm an i {mvui^ r.h" way fd- si-ripu* aitiieks «»f luiij; lnjuM»». Nn matter whether for child ni- sidnlt. Ihort; i* n > iiiuiiiiMiiH j'or thi* t'ottiiilitint «'(jiimI ro IMisunhwlainV ('oiifih l{<*:<wdy. Takun early it /-hook* the spread or intl.uiimaliiin and prevents the full development, of the diswis>\ Kveti. when fully established Bronehitis is promptly brought under eun tr<»l liVsthe iimo of Chamberlain's Cou^h Kemedy. Sold 1 >y .1. K. Wollierspoori iS; Co.

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

IVIIMNii NEWS. Northern Hope has declared its fourth sixpenny dividend, payable on ,30th inst., which will absorb £850. After providing: for this amount, the company will have between ;U300 anil .e-100 in hand, while their posi tion will he strengthened by another clean-up before the return to share holders is paid. Probably at an early date <?rork will he resumed in the ground for merly held by the Hope, Extended. This* area, together with the plant on it, has been purchased by the Hope for £270, and it will give the company a considerable length on the eastern end of the block, in i which they were operating on dirt of good value prior to the wash go-' ing under level. It is intended to unwater the shaft and clean up the reel drive which the Extended Co. put in for a distance of 700ft. Frotfi this drive they will bore up to lo cate the wash. The future policy ■vvill then he determined upon. Mr T. Derrick, manairer of tin- Mope, reports North-west branch-—Xo. 5 rise — We...

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

LKftS TO'WOIfliY OVKK. If mother- neverallowed ji. void lo run twenty-four hours without attention there would lit; less sickness to worry over. Ohiuitiierirtiii'* Coii^'h Komcdy fhoultl . al wvy.« be kept in the homo where thoru.aro chili I rcii. It is a yierfeut remedy for eolighs, ctihlf-, orotip, whooping cough iiiul bronchitis, and it givtm ut the first syitfp toms will ward ou the attack. Sold^b^ J. JK. \\ other.«i)"xm & Co.

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RIPONSHIRE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 13 March 1915

RIPuNSHIRt REPORTS. At the monthly meetit£;,qf the Ilipon shirc Couru-ii oil Monday, tlv- following reports were Viualt with : - The, treasurer (Mr Jb], .1. M muz)'re ported .that '.&G2.7 ]o.7. had beeq 'rd ceived and hanked since last report; that .£51!) S" 10 iiad been paid by cheques ; that the overdraft was now £&f>2 15/1, as against ,£92fi 17/S at last report; and that the Cr. balance to the vermin destruction account was £31) 15..8, as against £518/L at last report.- -Adopted. "The secretary (Mr N. IJ. Acton) re ported that the'financial position of the ridings was as follows North, Dr. £703 1/1 ; East, Dr., 4151 ir,/lJ : West. Cr., £168 lO.'l ; Beaufort water supply. Dr., £8;J21/4; trust a/c., Cr.. .£64 1/2; ; total Cr. balances, £233 0/3: Dr. balan ces, £158(5 38 4; net Dr. balance, £1353 18/1.a-Adopted, on motion of Crs. Stewart j and Kodrtis. ! The West Riding members reported that at a meeting held on 8th ult... Crs. ITannah and Stewart being pre sent, ...

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