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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

TilKOAT AKPKirriO.vd AMU HoA KsRNKSrf.— W! ~»iHt rit.ir irritation of the throat and -ciii-.-s will he nyrecniily surprised :it the > ni">; iuiiMi"'i:itiM»!lict'a(Joidp(| by riio u*c of ; i'l.t.'. n's liivtx-liitil Tinnho*.?' Those fuinous '■ l"/vi m:<" iire now *'ld by must respectable ■•liHinikts in li.is euinitry. J'eople troubled wiili u " li.-n-lvica:x'oiitfli," a ''sli-rht cold," ■ >r bro I'li'iil . :ilirc.tions, cannot. try tiieih roo soon, iK r-.iinit:ir trouble?, if allowed to progress, result in serious Piiluioii.-iry and Asilimaiic affections. .-.ee that the signature of J .11.N [. IJuriWN Ac Son* is on every wrap per. Pictured-by John I. Iluoivx &. So.v, Hi s >:», L:.>.<V. )iii, oj-raii Dwpt't.^W, Furi-in sr il" u l;oad. Lundor, K'ikIuik!. c A IS' OL'v X U USE FOii CfllLDKEN. " Mrs Wiualow's Soothing Syrup " for -■'hildrcu Teething. Should always lie used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Cuild, Softens t ie Gums, .H...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

TO DO OTHERS't;OOD. " I have been living in S.W. Queensland for thirteen years," writes Mr J. R. Tindale, Editor of the Cunnamulla "Watchman." "During that time I have been subjcct to attacks of diarrlioia and have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy to quickly relievo me. I can recommend it to anyone suffering: from the com plaint- You may uae this letter as you see fit for it.is written to do others .Sold by J. K. Wotheispoon & Co.. Beaufort.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WEDDING. SMITH—O'LOUGHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

I 'WEDDING^ I SMITH—O'l-OUGHLAN. . k„rrM''e of Mr Frank -on of Mr and Mrs' P. of Etirainlmen,. to Miss 'k*Sniili,yn«nu,P!>t d.-iugh er of the C]!r wl' Mr* John Smth. of *'0,1 OekIi r, at St. Mary'.s ll.C. Jit !) l>v ;ht> i^KFu'lirr O'H.'itP. Jis^i>!p;l \>y |4r. Fiihcr l'inT-tlv 5>|V ll)U"ri:iJJ« CnMUODV I|!1|>I i-'ll Jr,iK(vlthr-itei by tlif Tory H*v. ^ IrkOlu'i1. The l)rirlJ, who was lawav k Mr W. S. Diniiif, of p!, kii'il most bec.iniinj: in a |i<fi!!.vcu!fi dress triimw'd with ;«ani( insertion. She wore the ^'IfTitlMtid ceil and cniwl a -jpraverlioiili wiih silk * re 3 5ft n! the hri(lfi>»rnnijij.^^ aEsi'v atipndt'il as h'-iilt'Smiuti; Iwii'ftti'if ^owiif* I i■< wliifo ■j&ralmus'iii awl wnrc •' p-tle p;nk ifit'i ilk'!: vclvi't r";l>t'i<. S!i" tf]apniyor-hook ftiie ^if' of 'lie ;-^wi!ii). The hri'Ji-t/r * *■ "--i-; ^lirhis brother (Mr Pat ok L-tkn! l)p?t man. After the awjtlif we'Winjf partv adjourned tta K.C. Piv...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?]STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

KTsaT * STOCK MARKfc1 I ,„.$i Win till- «m>'y iorwn ru , jfSf%iSkv. a invportion ! eootl and f»beef, liie / ; j'tigapttiW "" I(lll"z cow's /r^Wivasan average a Item.'- / vers present. and competition j P%'wre setive than last sale, j r-il'iound being firmer, the ad- I rXlrniM pronounced in quality pens buf. / •?tllto£IS10';good pens bullocks, I medium, £7 10/ to £8 j ;-'litfsrs,to£910;; good, £d 10/1 i '^Nivs-oi penned, best for-1 ■'fdlirg £,t 8'6, Shcep~45S4 I r'^ni for to day's s;ilo, a fair/ consisting of good quality, f r^lfer number, of ..|>.rjme; b;ii- j : "■ 'jjiii description. Quafiij-i«>as: / !""j soM at impwiol / £ pothers made lute values. dk-c"-Prinis crossbred wethers, I ijfif extra quality, 23' to 25/10; 1 tfr&iired wethers, 17,6 to ISO; i'Hk, 15-'to 16/: prime crossbred &iilol8/6i extra quality, to20/6; Unbred ewres, 15/ to 16'; best Anther-, 14'6 to 15 7; good do., jiitii Lxmbs-3772 penned, con ofgood quality with a fair f-'b; cf prime; balan...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

( BEAUFORT RAINFALL. \vV ni'e mdebleil to Mi--Jas. McKoiclrfur tli fdllir-vii_• 'literust nj iiifiii'iiiuLiun as to tJi r.tin'nll at Hcnnfort since 1S!)!>. * '!w Yio 'in '02 'it;; '04 U"> 'oc '07'Ms ;o .1 isi 1 lvk !ISO '20 M;u\'274[lOF]l58j Msiy | 151 j 151 .1 unci 114 j350i3f>l 9.q;iooh5s 277; 103; 28!) IS0!S37 tl(l ->81 :i3j!2<;i •?5L'[ 01 50! 10 j 8] S«l I 58 12 91 355 103 194 •250 "201 "7 :'5,' fl C O - » Tii-., & n & -2 n 31. -fl ti. 80:14!) 402:107= 8! (HI 801211 80 202,341! 120; JMjl0«ii «V»! Ill July A up' S«J|V Oot. N.iv Dec. H9j 73 Oii'-W! 8»:180'1S7 40«r 71 114 5S :il)'.'! 18 220 330-335 .142 205. :!.-i(i. 301; 401! 2!>S i 33!) j 125 -30S >: 2:'8 5115:180 350 2-3S :J17: l-2t»'149 117:320; 159.197,302:240,073 3f)7-!182j383!3(;illl4|it84|l7ii 295! .29|i78j Kid.lloj'iill i HI fi<0;213i 70 KW'l80il73'l()5 ■-« wl 10124"!! 42'429i 70i 117 '■C is X.' 5S O . - ~ 1 l~T 1910.—January. Ill points; February, :W ; M.irch 518 : A...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

1 TENNIS7 >^nere,u Imnm u J', -.t-n*. n t on atl(' ^ ,T :l!> iiiteri'sUusj :iiul r-h!MPsti:;l imt.eh wm, J,v j H(,t w*s. Vt]!"'1 lD;,n:,e,e %p/in1 to ^'Donald and 'jft.V 'A 5~6» —'>• 4^' !? 5 Kets 14 "I tin u" !0 Ma ' '''f" a^C&J£S M'll.» "f II l,-,|-_ ■-'■•CM- • ji

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHARITY SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

I j-eirsptit "!1 a!!lu'i!i Ballot, and Ararat wsde by Hie people f 'hstnct. inonstJvifiox). which f'^~2>Beziifort Park on Sun itrder favorable weather ■ Ifirproaoimcea success. consisting of the bjT&ts, Fire Brigade, • .f. S' fltfftttw* senior and '^p^iabitcs; and A.N.A., ss ';■■■; ;|.e rotunda and MfLSeParit.- Cr. «■ A. D, If'lis- as marshal. Complete '-■F^ls'kd been made by the -K? irhich represented the snd other institutions, ••g&B W W- R- GI°™) i"ri^etic joint secretaries -'?!Siert'ns and J- #• Prentice) ■-f??.,i their duties veil; leaving no t0 ensure suceess. J-'^ilirgeiralliering of the pub ' i:X}iA", ni 011 ai'rivaJ of the ■j%Jie following programme was l^Sekiicn. "Abide with me," "Tie old year's campaign tt%ir; selection, "It is well,"' "^un m-v soaV'c'50'1, •"' am preying for thee,"! "AfciJe v.ith me,'' choir ; ufylaratV' band; hymn, " ty'e (j& folds' and scatter,".. choir- J •• Jtf'Songs of salvation," band, j \0Btnme under the conductor-1 = t'...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

CRICKS I nr , friendly match wm pfaj'el VJjj •Vcfhiesduy u t't<rnpori between ion cricket ciubs, The rarae rwi®-1''t * i }J!n for Waterloo, who s^viv.1.3 (30) vra3 the wiimert'k'J! ■«• n illis (21) compiled theM^o^-^UIli I fort. JVliinviiw arc details':~^^pKfa 1 ,?n,i!0; Trcacvw. ;.T. H1'® b j >•{] i (-".ildev, II; G. Gray, ¥; A lisuUliier. It!; T. S'a-n.'. 7; 0. not out, 0; sundries, 0; tcttil, 1« for 42; tffley, 3 for -17; fef 1 for UfAnfor!-A. aws^gk E-.Li Hoy. 2; M. Willfe. 21;. If k- Cromwell, nut oat, 10: J. R* '■ Vrj;-® 7 Cousrh.; T. Fox. 0; ' rfnej. i>; total. SI B<nrlm''l^^tJkg: 8"vc. 1 fur 25; Jocus. I for IS Wffe^'lp been played tin's sv:tfaa: and Beaufort cm*. - ■ ^ Mr P. IL Bauston s«^rJ | Skiptou Town Band, bt-Wj , Jife governor ofBailw1 " "n j The annual meeting ot.tf Jockey Club, to 'lwc 'jCl- ■ Monday n igh t, mspo^Pi"x rf'1'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

MMPI.Y WONDBRIU " My little jrirl ZeUa suffer*! 3) ci ™ ■with ciri jp that! began to thiafcaneTOlj get better," writer Mrs (rawi/lt./-fjl Road. Nevhwn. N.Z. "See:c^ QiSjl Coutdi Hemsdy a4lvertise.i l thajj'- ',®| it and could s«-oliajiKC in her swyr It 13 simply wonderful ho'.v quMT}*| lain'.-! Cough Koinfty relieved Li cm- | J. II. Wothoriii& (X. Ueaulurt

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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DISASTROUS BUSH FIRE. LARGE AREA DEVASTATED. SAD BURNING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

DISASTROUS BUSH FIRE. : _JLARGE AREA DEVASTATED. SAD BURNING FATALITY. On Friday,-6th inst, the "terror of the bush" held sway throughout the Stockyard Hill, Skipton, Mortchup. and Chepstowe districts, converting a large area of grazing and farming country into a blackened and desolate wilderness. Fair homes and gardens were ruthlessly blotted out, and poor dumb animals doomed to unspeakable misery. And over all lies the shadow of a grim and horrible tragedy—the cruel death of a human being. Although cut oif in the prime of his manhood, the victim died the noblest death it is possible for man to-die. He gave his life to help the helpless, and filled a hero's grave. Such a sad catastrophe aa befel Mr A. M. Hannah is more keenly felt in a small community than a larger one, and need less to state has cast a gloom over the district. The fire-swept area is about 60,000 acres, and the damage exceeds £80,000. It is estimated that the fire covered a strip of country 50 miles long and 20 mil...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

GOT " bad ^ "My boy Jack was veo | writes Mrs M. a fortnight he « f. A 01< husband bought." 1» , tl) oar--; anil Diarrhoea Ke«J «h' do?e complete"} , Rl " " ■VortierJi'M" & '

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BEAUFORT MECHANICS INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

BEAUFORT MfcilMffl INSTITUTE. I Ten memLrr-' .-it:rJie arotii. Tuesday night; Mr,!. ch.'on ipasrfL I chair. The prusil^rit i-vlcwm-i Or.m | WJts sure he v,-i:s voic-isf the fsstSKS' present when he said how j'terJ I that lie had rcc;/v-i'i a i'r-3.11 tiis Eh?-* Mi warm!/ thii.'d.-m rl.rrpc«r.fd<:»tfr-rW>Kff 1 come. Ha to! Ii.t.1 :> ftneiffufati^ I v.-aH happy t,. t:iy iu> inner| Tiie secretary Oir 1). I,iU-:,.y! arice-aheet f..r the p;ijfyiar. ttsrM^j injj r<> i'l i^ and tin: e.-ki-e.-nJitra'-.*.' " leavinR- a dr. balance nf i'JS .'ill- X ., WoUiL-rspouH ami i. V/. es the correcting of f The retiring <•/!iepr.-f an inv.-tcffJi?-J | President, Mr J. ; vice-pas.1^ Seasrcr and J. W. Ilarri?; L Mr 1>. Lindsay; ennmmkr. fA". f Coitgle. Troy. Parlor. J'. SreveEW./ ami iLhularfrrleiiwelecteifff;" Young. who though str.'nff/y K'^,,, j eulojfii-'eJ for past twins. office); auditors, Messrs A. h. Hetherint'toTi. . :, The secretary was inaiiucloi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. THE Sons and Daughter of the late Mrs Rebecca White wish to Thank their many friends for their kind sym pathy, letters, telegrams and floral tri butes, in their recent sad bereavement, \ ~ IN RflEMORlAtV?. DEANS.—In loving memory of our darling Marjorie, who died on 17th February, 1913. We had a little treasure once.' She was our joy and pride; We loved her, ah, perhaps too well! For soon she slept and died. God has taken home our darling. Placed our bud amongst His flowers : Taken back the child He lent us. To a better world than ours. ■ -rlnserted her loving parents, brothers anil aiatcra. | ^ ^ | ^ -p. V;~;

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

IS NOW ON, The Grandest Bargain Battle Beaufort has yet seen. It will pay you to read our large Sale Circular right through. The whole Stock must be cleared. CHEMIST, t DEBT! ST. THREE STERLING REfflEI .Harris' Rheumatic ^ Fov/ders. Harris* Influenza Mixture, r: Harris' Teething & Cooling Pov/ders for Children. HOURS-on and after MOYEMBEK 1st., '124 Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. „ Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m." u Saturdays, 9 a.ni to 10 p.m. Sundays, io a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. "V" J. I, lII!ISr ' v: fr . CHEMIST & BEHTIST,; J , For Accuracy, 0onfidence, Satisfaction HAVELOGK STREET, ' Commonwealth JfctSanli of Httstrala: • HEAD VOFFIOE SYDNEY ;V _ ; • ■ ■ - "3/ . i* open for *21 clfines cj .GENERAL ©AWKiMQ DUSIWiaSQ ot %*. : '■ EQUITABLE BUILDIttG, COLLINS STREET, E8EIJBOURN6;jv Alio afc Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, l'enh, Kohjkrt, Hmbane, r.o_'Uhinip'„oni Townsville, and London ,Cab's remittances ?n»de to, and ririfce'drawn on ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM, THE ABUSE OF ARTIFICIAL MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

THE FftRM, the abu3e of ist^ manure. ^ in a lecture recently ddi ' II fore the Mayfield Farmers' pi,,? h II G. A. Co«ie,M.A.,B.St., I mg certain abuses o( artificial k ■' I sers, pointed out as one of ' I flagrant the far too common J?*1 I o! one-sided or incomplete 1 Many farmers were prone lo Us„ 1 only one sort of manure IS I altogether the otter lertilisinK ^ I gredients which may be as impurtani I or even more important, for tw I or soil in question. p | As practical instances of the akvr I error, . the lecturer quoted the ire quent use alone of nitrate 0f so-h which at first might produce a i,lM. riant growth, but will afterward refuse to perform its proper hmcti^ owing to the exhaustion at the natu ral phosphates and potash in \ soil. The withholding of these «sta:.-! tial constituents from the manurij.. ' often explains the unsatisfactory r?. suits obtained from nitrate ofsofe ; which, in consequence, is described as a "scourge" and "stimulant." '.1 Another example of the on...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

I 1000-gallon lanks and (Jover, with strain, er and large tap, " Orb " iron, double rivet, ted and soldered, workmanship guaranteed £4 15/ delivered. - JAS; II. lioBERTSOK opposite Bank of Victoria.—[Ailvt.]

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FIGHTING FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

FIGHTING PISH. • At Singapore it is the custom to stock garden ponds with queer-fishes —many of them of the fighting va riety so dear to the hear.t of Orien tals. These fish are so combative that it is only necessarj to place two of them near each other and irritate them a little to bring on a lively 1 combat. They charge each, other, i with fins erect, at the same' time changing colour in their excitement' from the dullest of grey greens to j brilliant reds and blues. Indeed, con-| finement in close quarters , is not | needed^ to arouse their combative j propensities. Place two glass jars ; close together, with: one of these j fighting fish in each, and they will at once swim round and endeavour to charge each other through the inter posed glass. "Even a single fish, see ing himself reflected in a mirror, will dart at his own image, and, irrita ted all the more by his failure . to j reach his supposed enemy, will as sume brilliant hues ; seeing his . re-1 /fleeted antagonist do the...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

tea cakes. . 1 tablespoon butter, 2 tablespoon sugar, 1 egg, ± cup milk, 1 tabifspocn currants,, essencc, Jib.-flour, 3 spoons baking powder. Mode butter and sugar !o a crcam, af'"''f well-beaten ,egg, then the rants, and lastly flour and Powder ; bake in small greased P8*** tins. An , offer of £24,000 has b^en ref"^' , for a carpet in thu possession . ban Kernowsky, a Prague who claims that he can ProVl' ' have been used by the ProP'lC' hornet when at prayer... . 'A Grand Rapids (Michipan)..?^" has just graduated' from school .of -that city at the fifty. She plans to study fori f , at the University of Chicago year a Brooklyn woman aged ^^jjc seven attended one of P1 f night schools, and at tb® the season received her dip'onw^^ the rest of the class.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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RENOVATING PASPALUM. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

RENOVATING PASPALUM. . A. As illustrating the wonderful recu perativc powers of paspalum, a pad dock which had teen in paspalum ■for thirteen or fourteen years was ploughed up. This was necessitated by constant cutting for se«! and heavy grazing having weakens! the' sward. The experience in qoestioi was that of a settler in the Coramlia district, New South Wales Some time ago a paddock of twelve acre? was ploughed up with the object ol utilising it for the growing of fwMsi; crops for the dairy herd. Being dry' at the time the work was heavy, an<I the ploughing necessarily shallo*. About the middle of December maize was sown. Dry conditions continuing produced indifferent germination. Fat with the storms of January the pas palum made a move, the wins growth showing up between the sod; as if it had been planted. The maize was about 4 to 5 feet higli. but the paddock, was one waving field nf pas palum fence high, and in full seed. Tht response was simply wonderful. An intere...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 14 February 1914

The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 14, 1914 There was a clean charge-sheet at the Beaufort Police Court on Tuesday. MR MARCHANT, Consulting Optician, of Geelong, will visit Beaufort on Fri day, Feby. 27th (10 'till 5) , and may be consulted at Welsh's Hotel. An air gas plant has been installed at the Beaufort railway station, and there is a marked improvement in the lighting. Mr L. T. G. Smfth, of "Waterloo, is the successful tenderer for the erection of the telephone line between Beaufort and Raglan, the contract price being £145 10/6. The work is to be finished by 16th March. The members of the Beaufort Fire Brigade were inspected on Monday night by Deputy-chief Officer Ellis. There was a good muster of men under Captain D. N. Robertson, and the inspecting officer expressed himself as well pleased with the turn-but and general appearance   of the men and the condition of the station and appliances.   The Beaufort...

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