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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K K A K K K K X. GENERAL HARDWIRE —AND— TIMBER MERCHANTS, A A A * A A A A A A A A A A A A A A X A A sr ^ Large Stocks always on hand of y t! 5 FENCING WIRE, Black &Galv. 'g g BARBED WIRE, J[ £ WIRE NETTING, * K DROPPERS. 3 ir -■"- '^V - * X PLOUGH SHARES, J $ TRACE & PLOUGH CHAIN? j. | X X X * * g FURNITURE, CROCKERY & 9, X GLASSWARE SPECIALTIES. 5 X 5 X Tf £ ■ ■ 3 X Only the Best Material stocked, J X ^ 5 and we invite you to inspect * K before purchasing. 8 * — — . 5? K ... , x

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

j J AS. H. Jfc OBERTSOH plumber, tinsmith, and ; g a S F I 1 "TERi Wishes to inthai '■ 'ia:} 011 a larg-e stOi Tanks, Spouting, { Hdglng, and Down-Pipe, Wate. " Pipes, and FiUiags» Gas, Steaii 1 anri Water' Taps, „ And every KeqniMfce neee^an ' 'or t ho t-rade. for various waka 'bf AVINU MILLS >*ml STOVES. • *,» A lary and .varied country e jpcrience. WEILL STREET f oppositeBank -.of Victoria) Beaufort Pharm acy. ■jVTOTICE.—On and after Nov ember 1st, the undermentioned hou. '-'swiil be observed •*. Week Days—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday—9 a.m. to 12 p.m. ^ 6.30 p.m. to S.p.m. Saturday—9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday—10 a.m. to 1 p.m., ~ ti.30 p.m. to 8 p^m. Agent for the NYAL SERIES FA1 ILY MEDICINES. These prejaaratioi 13 being direct from the manufacturei 3 (F. Stearns Ltd., America), to the re tailer, wholesale charges are avoided, and cheaper buying facilities offered to the public. The name of the manufac turers, Stearns Ltd., one of the largest manufacturers of the world, should oe...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Religious Services. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

R(h'i(Ji°us Services. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd, 1914. i Methodist Chuhch.— Shirley, li ; ■ Chute, 3; bet vifovt^ .7—Rev. W. E. j Chapman. Rag'ian, 3 and 7.80—Mr j". Stringer. Beam *ort> 11—Mr G. Boyd, I Presbyterian i church.—Beaufort, ii | and 7; Trawalla, 3 —Rev. W. L. Griersm. I Midd]o Creek, 11: " raglan. '■'>; Chute, j 7-<30—Mr J, P. Ham ilton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

MRS. STEW ART and I wish to Thank all those who gave such valuable assistance at the recent fire at "Monmot," especially Mr Dan Elder, who came with the late Mr Hannah and ! worked so hard, with our employees, to save our home. DONALD STEWART. J BEG to THANK Mr. Turner and his JL men and also the fire-beaters who saved my paddock from fire. C. WESTBROOK. LOST, 12 Fat SHEEP, chiefly Cross bred Ewes, branded W. Persons knowing whereabouts, please call at W. R. GLOVER'S. A MEETING of the Beaufort branch, A.W.N L. will be held at the Mechanics' Institute on TUESDAY, 24th inst., at 3 o'clock. M. DUNN, Secy. A GENERAL MEETING of -the BEAUFORT RIFLE CLUB will be held in the Mechanics,' FRIDAY, 27th Feby., at 8 o'clock. Business— Captain's report, receive Balance-sheet, and discuss the advisability of winding up the Club. J. B. PRENTICE, Secy. RAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1914. In Recreation Reserve. Wood-chopping, Cycling, Footracing, Pony Trot, and Quoits. Trot and Quoits...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

BALLARAT PRODUCE MARKET. —V—— Thursday. Wheat, 3/6 for heavy milling; me dium at concessions. Oats, from 1/6 to 1/9. Peas, 3/6 to 4/.' ^Barley—Best quality malting, 3/2'; medium, 2/6 to 3/; Cape, 2/ for the choicest; medium, 1/9 to 1/11. Potatoes, to £4 5/ for Carmens ; £3 to £3 10/ for Pinkeyes. Hay—Best green chaffing, 35/ ; medium, 30/ to 32/6 ; manger hay, £2 : straw, 32/6. Pollard, £4 15/. Bran, £4 10/. Flour, £3 15/. Butter— Prime factory prints, 1/; lump, ll^d ; separator, 8dto9d ; dairy, 8d. E*rgs, lOd ; Bacon—Sides, lO&d to lid; middles, 1/; hams, 1/1 to 1/2. Honey, 3Jd to 3£d. Lard, 7£:1. Cheese, 7£d. Onions—Brown Spanish, £8 to £8 10/. New potatoes, £4. The Beaufort Picture Co. held their usual fortnightly entertainment at the Societies' Hall on Thursday night. The oppressive weather was responsible for a falling-off in the attendance ; the house being only partly filled. The programme was of a thoroughly enjoy able nature and was greatly appreciated. Several exci...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

For Years He wor^ea in Wel Ground, Kidney 'Paim and *Scrrible ^cksche. This latter was writ tan trots Tuhbul SttUon, Via Yeung. N.8.H7., Auff.. ISJ11. tlr. Wise -on, the miter, etronnly rtcnunjcds all miners to tsoe toia medicine, b«ccus« it io <mch o powerful nor t-a nod blood poriflc? that (t eotintorficto th« lll-oSccts oi ttndwsrouad confinement and bad ctr upon tbc orators. Attar readies this lotto?, cat Cistaonto Tonic and beep bcaltb? !Lf©.9 " Ao o d!s8? Co? gtsra Q cc;£o3 b ccJ G?ost*3, cb3 coo ft Ea C^rrj go co, So 11 esJ3s? oltb Ei^Ed&cyo cs^cacfcicSo cod Eoss of cgp«t!io. "Oostwo ia Yoc-3 8okj G3 8 Esu aod caW eo oDssalfco c!39 5a cscascwy. ¥&& csadkfc> <33 G3 co (josd. 3 eocc?ve<3 ogataS £3. 8 oao co ocsd q S cocSd £23 ggS &?» o qcS. 8 Wo5 csQ do&sIjkc, ccdpS&J, 527E2&babc3aoyc3sy C> cos, c£3 B bhd Chceoto "?cal3. ?£o C?cO oc5 cased tssSlfoa fc33 poe? effect &3H c!io E5...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

TENNIS. The pennant competition will be con tinued to-day (Saturday), when Beaufort will meet All Saints', Ballarat, on Beau fort court. ! The trophy presented by Mrs Russell was won by Mrs Young and Miss DeBaere. The scratch doubles for trophy pre sented by Mr S. Young was won by Messrs J. McDonald and H. Jones.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

Tuhoat Affections and Hoarseness.— All siitf'erinp from irritation of the throat and ho:irsencs8 will be agreeably surprised^ the aitnost immediate relief aflonied by. the use of j " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous lo«enK«o" are now sold by moat respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial attectioos, cannot try tbera too soon, a» similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result iu serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic Affections. 600 that the signature of John I. Bsovn & Son is on every wrap per. Prepared by Johb I. Baowir & Son, Uoaion, U.S.A. .European Depot, 33, Farrinpr doQ Road, London, England. I | AN OLD NURSE FOK CHILDREN. [ "Mrs Winslow'a Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always be used (or Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and is the 13est Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using Mrs Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup.—Fo...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

MINING NEWS. The manager of the Hope Extended West (Mr F. R. Smith) reports South crosscut -extended 24 feet for week: total, 116 feet. Air-pipes fixed in shaft and drive. Started to prepare for horse puddler. The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads (Mr A. W. Hoove) rEports Ma;n east level extended 41 feet-, tot a1, 10I-J3 feet. No. 1 east rise—North drive extended 60 feat;'total, 1S7 fe?t. Bored up to wash, showing colors of gold 9 feet over back laths. The manager of the • Hope (Mr T Derrick) reports ;—West branch reef drive—Cleaned up to face and extended 20ft. (3 days) ; total, 939ft; strong shoot ing country. No. 3 rise—Cleaned south' drive and extended 30ft. (4 days); total, 54ft.; wash level with floor of drive; payable. North drive—Expect to finish cleaning up same this week. East branch reef drive—One party repairing and stoping; expect to finish on Friday. Working with three and half parties. The manager of the Southern Hope (Mr J. Daniel) reports Extended cross cut 30 feet...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 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. £]L H. O O 'f The Store for Good Vafiu©s9" — Telephone 1% : J". W. Willis, CHE 11ST. 4 DEBT 1ST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris* Rheumatic Powders; Harris' Influenza Mixture, f Harris' Teething & Cooling Powders for Children HOURS on and after NOVEMBER 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 13 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8T p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays, xo a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. m, ; CHEMIST & DEHTI8T, J5?or Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction HAVELOCK STREET,' 1 as sr. : Commomvealth J|feBanft of BustraUa j HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY 7* I ' 'i )Tbia Bank is open tor all pluses of CSEWER AL ISAPJKSEyQ E3UQIE3Isf3S at \ EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, GfJELBOURNG Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Parch, irobart, Brisbane, Rockhimptoii, Townavillo, and Lond©\> ( Bib...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [?] any way identify ourselves with the [?] expressed by our correspondents. TO THE EDITOR, "RIPONSHIRE ADVOCATE." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

| CORRESPONDENCE. ! i^apKs^by 0MroS.fy ouTlves with the 1 1 loirtPn™ ,,ourcorrespondents. i s:, [,?>n0R'. HtPONSHIRE ADVOCATF " j «,-Sinte the duck season opened ( i&otas have met with very poor ! Sits in this district. Having been jri'jTEM that a large number was on p Horseshoe Lake, at the request ot wt members, I rang up the > l^'-gafor Kal-Kal and respectfully1 j mm, on behalf of the Beaufort Club, to grant permission for one i«s's shoot on the lake. 1 was 'tetly informed there were no ducks He did not want a lot of fellows; ««tramping down the grass, and, Cjlnot give permission to anybody to Wat any time. If the manager for ™'Ml was a sport and required the -iss ior himself or his friends, we tee respected his refusal. But it tomes to tramping down the vf-M has evidently forgotten that gKrs of our club and their friends .fe sweated on different occasions . 5sve Kal-Kal grass and property. iff611 ^ tru.8i- he may never feel the 3, their services again. Our ■-ffic&a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. Mr. W. D. SMITH and Relatives ; sincerely thank their many kind J friends for sympathy shown them in , their recent sad bereavement. IN RflEMORIAftfl. HUGHES.—In loving memory of John Roberts Hughes, February 25th, 1913. '* Blessed arc they that do His commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter In through t}ie gates into the city." " And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there bo any more pain."—J.H., B.H., B.H., S.H. JAENSCH.—In sad and loving memory of our dear daughter and sister (Rose), who died at Trawalla on Feb. 18th, 1913, R.I.P. —Inserted by her loving parents and brothers and sisters.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

STOMACH TROUBLES DUE TO ACIDITY, SJ SAYS EMINENT SPECIALIST. 5-wlitil stomach troubles, such as indi g'.ia, vied, stomach-ae.he and inability, i:r;;sia food, instead of indicating that -a ;'n is out of order, are in nine i-;c;i('iten>iiui>ly evidence tli:it fer t u taking place in the food con dt stomach, caiiMiig the formation s j.E? and atiils. Wind <ii-ten's the , 'ulouj« i. at full, oppressive. ; > *: < uiiinie? kuow:. as hea:tbum, r'l1" id irritates shim infinities til t 't« of tin- stimwli. T:-.e s'.oin i\*-i, i? nut ;\t fault- Tir; trouble 5*6.1 eh in tli-i»ir:iie;i!iuj; (<>•> •. Such . fc'i't' n i> utiiiHta al, »nd a>-id f'H t- wit wily unnatural, but may .<= Eire (lie must s:ri..ns const qnences if -»Up Evented, l\i iircvent or stop fer < the foul contends of the stom \ feBiU'seatrdis- litis a-i I, and render | fel'aad liarml-'i!.<t half a teasp >on!nll | fetitsd uiagitesi-i, probably ...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1914. ,Steps are to be taken to test the legality of pigeon, starling and sparrow scooting competitions, on the ground that the birds, or a great number of them, are subjected to cruelty. It is very probable that a test case 'will be brought before the court shortly. For homo-made Jam. now, be sure. You buy it at PnmaLE's—it's pure. The Comer. Beaufort. The marriage of Mr George J. Riclr ards, of " Kia Ora," Maasey, eldest son of Mr and Mrs E. Richards, of" Ravens wood," Litchfield, and Miss Jessie May [ Ward, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thos. Ward, Lake Goldsmith, will be quietly celebrated in St. Andrew's I Presbyterian Church, Beaufort, on Wednesday, 4th March, at 2.30 p.m. 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. A very sad death occurred at Beaufort on Tuesday morning. Mrs Agrie* Smith, wife of Mr William Duke Smith, an...

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[?] STOCK MARKET. [?] Tuesday. [?] Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

. lOiT ^f5cK MARKE1. TnnsfhiV. , •"()' Mil11-* "u,lu ' There was again only 4i=sl^Jpffrtion"of0gpod and .«s' &ard.the bulk of the Jrf*Wto<r#rd. — , Li-p^iLofniKWIing cows and l^'^e attendance of buyers was I^Jtpwetitioa, especially for J.'V.sw iinotc Values for such m improvement; for other tendency was firmer. I On'me rjens bullocks, £11 P;i1;S.tUl3 to £14 7/6; tilr\= £9 to £10; medium, pg®S cows, to £8. Calves— i Mfonvard selling to £o. Zoned for to-day's sale, '^Mirbeiug prime, with a fair i^rf £?ood quality, balance feSWin ,Pmne -qua'ity if others bad an easier ten ^ Oootaf'ons .-Prime crossbred 7.$ to 22/: extra quality and cross 2:3-' to 25/, f 17/6 to 18/6; i ^5-^e'crossbredevres, 17/6 to ,"" rfoality, 20/ to 21;; good cross l;i --156-to Ui'6: Pnme merino rfrbio 17/: extra quality, to irifnxi do 11! (0 ^'* Lambs— ££ forward, chiefly good to use ■%'y, with a small number of •3""jti'ere was a brisk demand for £ iich sold at fully last week's filers in ^ reque...

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

BEAUFORT RAINFALL ©-— We are indebted to Mr .la?. McKeich for th following interest uu information as to th?* rainfall at Beaufort since 1899. '99 '00 '01 '02 '03 '04 '05 '06 '07 '08 '09 1 Jan. 181 113 255 80 149 462 107 8 61 80 211 Feb. 160 20 S3 80 202 341 126 94 106 53 91 Mar. 274 407 158 158 149 73 96 357 89 180 187 Apr. 339 329 401 12 406 71 144 58 369 18 252 May 195 151 151 94 229 330 335 342 205 336 375 June 414 350 361 355 301 404 298 339 125 309 238 July 90 100 158 103 565 180 250 258 317 126 143 Aus 277 403 289 194 117 325 159 197 302 240 673 Sep. 180 237 410 250 397 132 383 361 114 384 176 Oct. 281 131 261 '20 295 329 278 465 113 291 141 Nov 252 91 50 n 340 213 76 .462 180 173 165 Dec. 10 81 88 ■65 S»7 16 246 42 429 70 117 Ttk N 03 •o § cc n io C3 «a CO C3 cl s o o O) » <C CH a § c« 00 cs $ <N i is 1910.—January. 141 points: February, 35: March 518: April. 73; Hay. 261; June. 320; July. 312 Adjust. 225 September. 465; October. 2S7; Nov ember, 164; De...

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[?] RECENT FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

t !1,,r^Tthe recent uisaa U^.5 irtedon^w^ '> fih ci'sta orpaof coun * r^f^he V3ta11 - the camped f&n^billy in a ' tfcertS lok rabbiter 'sTj. (be fav nf the fire, ^tinSbe smoke thai ; • bci°g | recat djWMj a'Tta "Ball"1'"' Ech°, ■ ^SS&SjSSfS ' ^'••■ .M-ied building, con £s erected and '■W'7'SLd at a cost of the estate Sfecep»ri ^'4 Kteardens in the V^«tte^Sr, and his in the overseer's ^ J Mr H. W. Wilson, ; *i -'Store down on tne home StStachBrush that from the ^jijestereithe gardens, and in <->©lj abort time, sixteen or Wesof fruit, flowers and %, greenhouses, fernery ana ■'■•"stsj been swept away. Ine -Vawrked unceasingly, /"e ^bipere valueless, for there ':bKtfe preiEure, but with the %!ers jgreat bsttie was put up, ; ^cs time it looked 83 though the M'jld be saved. But the ■ into some tall pines over » ijtkhoase, and in a few moments ;itaia of resinous wood had jsisaMto the roof, which was in three placcs. It was stotry and reach the roof, and j l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

m ill (pi aty© Q • nnlTWNE 4 l» 579 COLLINS STREET, MELBOUR iRIM OF woblTSsq, g&unq* TA^kO^?. ah® — CASH ASVAKCE8 OK'TBB ^SBIHG CW? O? ?« Solo la Holbowae f „ ^ ' g^©^. ^mpaay ag£ sfcplefcily gd £»®S. fi&VAW&BQ ©SlAtS3* Ue

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 February 1914

The fern gully, and waterfalls at Shir- \ ley are very popular at present. There have been picnics almost daily since the ' new year, both from Ararat side and ! from Buangor. Although at present there is not much water over the falls, still the gully 13 well worth a visit from those within driving distance. There is a good road, to the camping ground, where there is a copper and plenty of good water. Stalls are provided for the horses. At the joint meeting oi the directors of the various mining companies in the Beaufort district, held at Ballarat last week, reference was made to, the fact that some of the members of the Mary borough Railway, Cricket Club had de clined to play in a team of which Mr N. Davey, a Maryborough player, who Is a director in Homefof the Beaufort, .com panies, had beei?. included. It was re markcd;thst"as:jhe:stfike'had. besh de clared off prior to "the match 1 referred to, the actibn of the railway men was not calculated to engender more friendly relations'...

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