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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 February 1914

DISORDERED LIVER. " For disorders of ihe liver and stomach there is no better medicine than Chamberlain's Tab* lets.jl writes Mrs Marerarct J. Watson, Emerald, Q. "I suffered with bad headaches caused by a disordered liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly of Chamberlain's Tablets I thought I would try what they would do for me. After the first few doses I noticed an improvement, and after I had taken a couple of boxes found myself quite relieved of headaches, which haye not re turned." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co., Beau fort. ' THIS FORMULA REALLY MAKES HAIR GROW. ©_ S mis time ago I read in a paper a for uula for a preparation which was claimed to destroy the dandruff germ and to strongly stimulate the hair growth. In spite of the fact that I had already tried nany preparations without benefit, an 1 uy hair was thin and, falling out very fast, [ decided to give th-J formula a trial. U'uurdingly I g-ot my chemist to put up 3 ounces of Bay Runij 1 ounce of Lavona ile ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BAGLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 February 1914

gjLAN PUBLIC SPORTS. . l,'"? hi-i'^icanosra, Messrs J. B. E'. Iiiaaah, G. R. Boyd, V/. id-'-' V R Glover, R. 0. Welsh, M. £m£\\ W Lid^erwoo.-i: timekeeper, K'i\D. Sinclair: protest commi ttee, ■Xi Bro'ti'-, Scoies, and A. Spicer ; ^js'Mssas. H. Tilev Archie M-r J. Stever.s, J. Halpm, J. 2,,lorn" "IWy. J. Gillingham, R. Inom 'JHatton, G. E. Lancey, Johnston, ■J'iit N. Stokes, H. Tuckei*. A. C. A- B. Panther, F. Ball, Bert, r^r C. E- Pitcher, and M. Finn ; £«'r, iir P. A. Panther; secretary, tares. . f .about nine years since the last •4 sports were held at Raglan. T. gatherings provided a capital awsement for the people, and ^31. sas proposed to hold a public meeting' the movement was eti K-blly supported and a strong |1 tee appointed, with Mr J. J. president and Mr J. A. Skewes 5-uctsry, to carry out the object., .i'these officials left no stone un p i to ensure success ; Mr Skewes, |; "alar, working most energetically 1 rtendinj to every detail so I- icly that everything passed off...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 February 1914

I ■ - •• / [ Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 28. 1914. The monthly meeting of the Riponshire Council takes place on Monday. Tenders are invited for several contracts. The committe.e of the Beaufort Thistle Club met on Tuesday.nightand arranged further details in connection with the sports meeting arid concert to be held on Easter Monday, to celebrate the anniversary of Jh'e club. We regret to learn that Mrs Saph, of Beaufort, is seriously indisposed. Miss Mary Dixon, who is well known in Beaufort, -was taken seriously ill at Langi-Kal-Kal last week and admitted to the Ballarat hospital. She is suffer ing from "typhoid fever. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads, is again seriously ill. Mr Her man Schlicnt, who underwent an opera tion for appendicitis some weeks ago, has been compelled to undergo a second serious operation. His relatives and friends are awaiting the result with some anxiety. A meeting of the Eurambeen Coursing Club was held at Mrs K...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 February 1914

IN MEMORIAM. KNIGHT—JOHNSTON.—In sad and loving mem- ory of our darling daughters and sisters, who died at Waterloo South on 25th February, 1913. Farewell, our dearest Elsie, Sweet thoughts of thee we keep; Although one year has passed away. Our grief is just as deep. Day and night we watched her. Till her sufferings had fled: Till-death found a quiet pillow For our darling Alice's head. We often sit and think of them when we are all alone, Its own ; For memory is the only friend that grief can call Like ivy on the withered oak when all things decay, Our love for them will still keep green and never fade away. "Safe in the arms of Jesus." —Inserted by their sorrowful father, mother, and sisters. WANGLER.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who died on 13th Feb., 1912. The memory pride is more than gold ; A mother's worth cannot be told ; We loved ones now, who miss her dear, Will always hold her memory near. " Gone, but not forgotten." —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

Milk that has been J come cold will not separate3 as thiat which still holds tin 3 heat.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM. WORN-OUT GRAZING LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

FARto The proper treatment ol nU worn-out grazing land often ^ to be a very serious and "***** I problem to many farmers it s ever, one which may s'h»* ' solved. Old grass lands hav# . ^ rich in nitrogenous matter w?"1" usually been depleted 0't m { their mineral constituents - ^ the removal of potash and' to build up the bodies 0f the grazing on them. mat then"® chief remedy for such old and poverished grass lands, or tor freshly-reclaimed lands natural? ficient ? Simply to apply the pjj and phosphate whose deficiency p vents the land from yielding ,g * crops of hay or carrying a rich nutritious pasture. The require ^ ash may be very profitably ^ in a dressing of half or even lc^ 30 per cent, potash manure in autum, or winter. %jje results of all carefully COl!juct. ed experiments by skilful esperitnen ters demonstrate the advantage t0' be gained by potash manuring, in a report- dealing with the manuring •'old grass lands by Professor Gil christ, of the Durham College ' Science, Ne...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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APPLICATION OF POTASH MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

APPLICATION OF POTASH MANURES. One important feature in the skilful use of artificials is the proper sea son of the year to apply them (.re marks the "North British Agricul turist"). This point has far greater significance than most farmers com monly imagine. Especially is this true in the case of kainit and potash manure salts, where success or failure may depend on the season of applica tion. Kainit is a very useful manure if applied at the right time. If ap plied at the wrong time, it may be thrown away as far as the crop in question is concerned ; it might even be hurtful to some crops if used at a wrong time. The results of a large number of experiments conducted on the Con tinent and in Great Britain give valuable information on this point. The majority of them point to the advantages of .early application of kainit and potash salts, that is, au tumn or winter application. Profitable increases are given bj' j both autumn and spring applications, but in almost every case autumn...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NIAGARA'S RIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

NIAGARA'S RIVALS. When an idea becomes firmly rooted in the minds of the general public it is hard to disturb. Ask the next friend or acquaintance you meet which is the greatest waterfall in the world, and he is almost certain to reply, without the slightest hesita tion, "Niagara." As a matter of fact, Niagara does not hold the palm by any means. The Victoria Falls in Central Africa, are quite a'hundred feet higher than Nia gara. In the neighbourhood of Bra maputra, too, is an enormous series of falls, by which a vast river des cends over a mile in a very short length of its course ; but this tre mendous waterfall is in the almost inaccessible heights of the Himalayas In British Guiana a fall has been discovered of, recent years with a sheer drop of 300ft. — nearly twice that of the higher of Niagara's two falls. In British Guiana, too, there is another fall more than GOOft. deep. The American Fall at Niagara is 1,060ft. wide, and the somewhat shal low water-falls some 167ft. The Ca...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MILKING MACHINES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

MILKING MACHINES. The New York experiment station at Geneva follows the experiment stations of some of the other States in an endorsement of the practicabil ity of machine milking. During the past five years the station has used a popular make that is on the mar ket and a careful record has been made of its work. Surely this ought to be a thorough test, and when the machine milking is endorsed on such a basis it should carry a lot of weight with those dairymen who have been waiting for years for the satisfaction that will come to them once they arc able to get away from hand milling. "The Review" Avas the first of American dairy papers to express its faith in milking machines, upholding the idea when others unhesitatingly condemned them. Our faith in the j triumph of the mind over mechanical problems is always on the side of mind, and ten years ago when we ob served intelligent dairymen, and es pecially the experiment stations, get ting satisfactory results from them, ! we were sati...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, MARCH 7,19147" The rainfall at Beaufort, as registered byMrJas. McKeich, for Feb. was 11 points, against 193 points for the corres sponding month last year. For the two months 97 points has fallen, against 268 points for the same month last year. Mr Philip Russell, of Mawallok, has sent £20 to Cr. D. R. Hannah to dis J tribute among fire-fighters at the recent Stockyard district fire, specially, men tioning Messrs Gillingham and McDonald as deserving of recognition for their services. . Jas, H. RoiiEh'rSO^. l'lnmber find Tin smith. Windmills erected and repaired; acetylene gas; iris tailed. All sizes tanks on hand, or'built to order; 100 to 40,000 gall ons.—Neill Street', opposite Bank of Vic ; toria. A meeting was called for Friday night, 27th ult., to consider the advisability of winding up the Beaufort Rifle Club. Only three members attended ; Mr E. Buchanati (captain) presiding." Owing to objections Raised by landholders .in' the line ...

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LUCERNE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

LUCERNE. Lucerne is talked of more than ever now at our dairy meetings. It is a well kinown fact that it furnishes the cheapest source of protein of. any ; roug.hage grown. One thing strongly emphasized by the experts is that it will not start under the ordinary conditions usually given other crops by farmers. Quite contrary to the prevalent opinion, it needs a rich, sweet, thoroughly cultivated, well drained soil at the beginning.. When once started it has been found to be one' of the easiest crops to grow ever kinown. After a field is well set it does not require as much care, and as one farmer said at a recent meet ing, "the more you abuse it then, the better it does." -"Jersey Bulle-1 tin." 1918. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

RICKED HIS . BACK. 1 ' "I-ricked my batlc severely and was unablo to : stand uprigiit," writes Mr Tlios. II. Maher, Ebden, Vic. "I had seer. Chamberlain's Pain Balm ad vertised for ntrain;-.. and thought I would seewhat ' it would do for mo. The first application gave me relief and I was quite myself again after using mly a n'wter of a bottle," Sold by J. It. Wotlier spoon&Co.. Beaufort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

I Every cow requires a little different ' handling. Progressive' and intelligent dairymen and farmers are. not slow in finding out these peculiarities in ! their herds.

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

BEAUFORT RAINFALL. We ufe iwlcbfeil to Mr Jus. McKeicl) f«»r tb/ fullii v-ll; 'llteleat u : ilifi>riii:iu\>ii;i3 to tilt:, raiu all ;it Henufort sjijCo 130!). '()!) '00 '01 '02 \>3 '04 '05 "Vxi "07 '"S 'i}<> Jati.jlKl Mnr.!274 Apr. Mik.v June Jrtly Aug Se|>. Oct. Nov Deo. 80 14!) 402 107i 80'202 3-11 120! 158 l»«Jj 73 OH 12;40« 71 144 !)i.^:)i:iS038r» 355:3bl!404.:2!)8 103oC5iie0i350 104<ll7'325 1G9 250::i97 ! 201295 771340 •*551007 1321383 3201-273 2181 70 16i24G 81 01 94;t0li 357! S!) 581309 342; 205 339;125 258j317 107 302 301] 114 4051113 402 180 42)420 .■8(>i21i ;>>: 0! 180 187 18 252 33(ii37ii US 070 170 14 i 16"' tiv Ttls., & M .n <3 oo <» «• eo. -ca ■ o . o m li oo C3 i-. Cb co ft ■S st a a Si ci if. 1810.—January." 141 points: Fehruary,'C3; March 518 : April, 73 v May, 261: Juno. 820: July. 812 August, 225 September, 455; October. 257: Nov ember. 164; December. 183. , . . 1611—January. 47: February,...

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CHAPTER V. AT THE SIGN OF THE JOLLY WATERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

CHAPTER V. AT THE SIGN OF THE JOLLY WATERMAN. . For a moment Dick was silent. He pondered over the Spaniard's words, but with no intention of taking them seriously. He was curious to know to what illegitimate use the yacht was to be put—that it had been purchased .with some shady motive in view he was satisfied. And, remembering cer tain rebellions then flourishing in dif ferent parts • of the world, he quickly concluded that he had found the clue. He pushed back his chair and roso to his feet. "Your offer is a little too tempt ing, too flowery, Senor Montejo," he said, coldly. "I beg to decline it with thanks. I doubt if the allure ments you hold out would compen sate me for "a "cell in some foreign prison, though you may not regard that as a shadow of peril or misfor tune—to quote your own words." The Spaniard's black eyes flashed menacingly. '•'Sir, I request that you make your meaning plain," he answered. "Do you accuse me of having illegal de signs ?" "I accuse you of nothing,"...

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CHAPTER IV. THE SENOR LEON MONTEJO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

CHAPTER IV. | THE SENOR LEON MONTEJO. | [ Geoffrey Grenville hesitated for a j moment, enjoying his friend's evi dent curiosity ; he looked at him and smiled. ; "I thought you would know at once," he said. "You surely suspect., old chap—it's Miss Ferris." "Mary Ferris !" Dick muttered. He , did not know that he had spoken aloud. His face hardened, and his' £and shook a little as he lifted a glass of wine to his lips. "I con gratulate you," he said, in a low voice. "You have won. a pearl of a woman." "Yes, I have," replied Grenville, who was stupidly blind to the eSect his avowal had produced on his com panion. "Thanks for your congratu lations. I am a happy man, Dick, and only two days ago I felt miser able and uncertain—yon see I came to London resolved to try my fate, and have it over one way or the other. Of course, the date of the marriage is not fixed, and won't be. for some time ; there are a lot of matters to arrange. It's lucky I have the incomc my father left me in ad ditio...

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PART 2. CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

PART 2. , CHAPTER III.—(Continued.) Dick darted across the pavement, and clasped the outstretched hand. "Grenville, my dear fellow !" he cried. "Why, I thought the Malta was thousands of miles away! When did you come to town ?" "Three dajs ago — got a month's leave," was the reply. "Awfully sorry but I didn't have a chance to look, you up. Come and lunch with me." "Oan't; have an engagement." "Let your tailor wait," Grenville laughed. "I'll takie no denial." I have so much to tell you. Come along;, old xiian." Dick yielded and took a seat in the cab. It rattled up Regent-street into Ficcadilly, and stopped before Hat chett's. The two were soon at a table deep down in that old-time re sort. It was like another world, "with the soft artificial light shining on - plate and linen, on the richly-colour cd mural decorations, on black-clad waiters moving noiselessly over the thick carpet. Dick glanced about the lunch room, which was moderately full. He nod ded to several acquaintances, and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

fofiiitinjc'" aii Hint looks cheaply and promptly, xfffe wth your requirements, try *u,w.>'" Oilier, Lawrence "idrwate ; Beaafort. ij Kl it if ••'?<:? j !fa Ctaii Tonic '•aj lie ncrvM to healthy pcu-er ticifc.- ills weal-,-id £y.!em strong. |} iSbfiafciattvhicli is worth reeding. No. 6 Piv! OSlet Pi.Ke, Ssulli Melb., 2 7; 11. (M11I6 LTD., "Von tone is one of tlie quickest •dbtihcures known. I tried So! coctors1 medicir.es, atnu got i I hive from your tunc. Jisisaaiwyone ulkir^to ;'i- wise of ihe towa traitic. iiWieand weight. I wis tliat J'ka & child could push rne , 1 lid to jive up work. I lay j ftit four wr&t, now I can siokSiad almost sleep at once. .•;&'! rii one of the worst I ever 'sir'. 1 thought I would never "iti1, I cu hardly believe the i'l Lire got from Clements Tonic, u'jil! '.hos- lymptoms I told you itee Mi tr,e, and tvro or three skits trill rr.iV.e me s'.ror,^ «fcisljr«! going twice s \mk iKfane Hospital, and nji!:y tie there w...

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FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

:j^0mOADE i..wg'iabenattended the monthly '''' e b'emfoTt /ire brigade at the ■aoiTienhy night; Lieut. J. >-7\i >4^0ns. Correspondence whs re Mickrds & Co,, 1'aUnmt, photographs of member.' 'm^rJed to os-Captain Sinclair, j %irrfiK Hoard wmte j Xlie enrolment of W. Hellyer, ' ■ifaailiii and Baker as active jL' Oiiier cormpuudenee was . re &teHf'jiMners in reference to tf^inL'demomtratiou at Jiendigo. %0-olScer Ellis forwarded a coni ''titrit'liori.ui his recent visit of in I fa iiie cour.-fi of wliicli he stated fybkhxJelu'i miderhilly improved f&}®rhv<pptMlMid possessed Sfjuie clean- nml fSr life .torn!.? amounting- to 17/s '1 J/or payment, "no pouwl- par zsjjtfishld'to nil members attending |fej[i3<!ra!i«n. The names of B. IpfiJF. Lcuen'uugun we re added to L'irs Ik, fshjwi lo endorsement by fjsiil, Jic chairman tenderiul the '■sltroithe memlfen (0 Secretary iiki'jwoH!-i'l li'tf'vm'Meiif. j

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 7 March 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARD. THE Relatives of the late Mrs Martha George desire to express their sincere thanks to their many kind friends for letters, telegrams, and floral tributes of sympathy received during their recent sad bereavement. IN RflEftflORtARfl. CUSHING.—In affectionate memory of Hugh, beloved husband of B. Cushing, who died at Lake Goldsmith on 11th March, 1904. R.I.P.

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