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THE DAIRY A CALLING THAT IS NOT OVERCROWERED [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

ca calling. ■ crowded. t °% ■ Dairy farming may well be cafea profession. It takes into consife1 i.: n l»n/>nOA-1..A _c tion a knowledge of so ent lines of work that; oi mote in tle any oftpt 4iger. a proper St. tins for successfully earni^ dairying implies a mastery' branches than are required preparation for almost , line o! wc.rk. ; Dairy farming lias the farther a,\.; j vantage of being the one mWioB • thnt is not overcrowded. There ars millions ot months in this oounirr' that must be provided with toni ;'t is the dairy farmers in a very ht,?' measure who must furnish this s%. ply. Commercial stagnition, poHUc?.\~ uproars, financial depression, in any one of a hundred thin;3 maj K. cupv 1he public mind and fill ft, press with scare heads, but under lying - all this is the undeniable iact ; that - men and women and ctoM^ must have food. The greyest disas ter tUat could possibly overlap aaj J country would be a scarcity oE food. There is nothing that afiects annay disposition m...

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

FIGHTING FOR BREATH. My little boy was a martyr to bad colds and couphs," says Mrs C. Warrell, Lake'3 Creek, loekhamritnji, Q. "At.time3 ho has been so bad chat I have T'o-.rnl hinvfighting for breath. Since I started giving: him Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy I do "hot worry over hi3 coughs, for I know 1 that a coup'.e of do3e3 will give him immediate relief." Sold by -J. R. ^Votherspoon & Co.. | Beaufort.

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

KICKED HIS BACK. "I ricked my back severely and was unable to stand upright," writc3 Mr Thos. H. Maher. Ebden, Vic. "I had seen Chamberlain's Pain Balm ad vertised for strains, and thought I would see what it would do for me. The first application gave me relief, and i was quite myself again after using only a quarter of a bottle." Sold by J. R. Wother spoon&Co., Beaufort. j It was reported in Ballarat on Wed nesday night that almost in the town ship of Corindhap, at a depth of twenjty feet, Messrs W. and A. Roberts, who were prospecting among old" workings, have struck a rich patch of wash. It appears that from a small area of bottom the lucky diggers obtained 304 oz. of gold, including a nugget of104 oz. and two of about-60 oz. In the hope of proving the rich ground: to be con tinuous, the brothers have pegged out a large claim. 3

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

BALLARAT STOCK MARKET. —■ " " Tuesday. Fat cattle—Another light yarding, numbering only 163 head, came to hand for to-day's sales, consisting principally of middling and useful descriptions, with a small proportion ranging from good to prime. There was an average at tendance of the trade, consequently throughout the sales competition ruled brisk, prices showing a material im provement on those of the previous week, closing very firm. Quotations Prime pens bullocks, £12 to £13; extra, £13 10/ to £14 2/6; good, £1010/ to £11 10/; useful, £9 to £10; prime cows, £9 to £9 10/; good, £7 10/ to £810/ ; useful, £6 to £7. Calves—34 penned, including a fair proportion &ood to prime vealers,. which sold well; best to £5- 5/. Sheep —2970 was the number penned for to day's sales, consisting largely of useful to good quality, a small proportion being prime heavy weights, ewes again being well in evidence. There was a full at tendance of the trade, and as the supply was somewhat inadequate...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE RAGLAN FARMER DEFENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

ALLEGED BREACH OF PROMISE RAGLAN FARMER DE FENDANT. Before Mr Justice A'Beckett in Chambers on Monday, application was made to remit to the County Court the case in which May Hunter, spinster, of Pulton street, East St. Kilda, seeks to recover damages amounting to £636 from Percival Alexander Panther, farmer, of Raglan, near Beaufort, for alleged breach of promise. Mr R. E. Hain (instructed by Messrs Best, Newell, and Lawson) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr S. B. McConkey (instructed by Mr S. Young, of Beaufort) for defendant. Defendant's counsel asked that a conditional order be made that unless the plaintiff gave security for Supreme Court costs within 14 days, the case should be re mitted to the County Court. Plaintiff's counsel consented to the order being made, but asked that it should be made absolute. His Honor made the order absolute that the case be remitted to the County Court.—' "Courier.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, AMRCH 17TH, 1914. (Before Messrs E. W. Hughes and D. F. Troy, J's.P.) LEAVING A FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. 0 Tuesday, March 17th, 1914. (Before Messrs E. W. Hughes and : D. F. Troy, J's.P.) Leaving a Fire. Senior-constable Rohan pro- j ceeded against an aged tramp— a Swiss, named Rudolph Henry Graff, on a charge of having, at Eurambeen, on 8th hist., left a fire in the open air without thoroughly extinguishing same. Senior-constable Rohan, who con ducted the prosecution, outlined the evidence. Accused pleaded guilty. Eliza Isabella Tolsher stated on oath that she was a widow, resid ing with her parents at Euram been- On the date in question she noticed smoke, and sent her father over to investigate. She told accused he would get into trouble for having a fire, but he went on without putting it out. Defendant denied that he did not put it out. Jas. Star, farmer, Eurambeen, sworn, stated that on the 8th inst. he went over to where the fire was. A fallen tree was blazing, and owing to dry leaves around he had to sweep it back to keep it from spreading. He sent a man n...

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

ik.ss.c NEW SEASON'S GOOBS, OPENING DAILY. : ' Have mucli pleasure ill drawing attention to tlieir AUTO and invite inspection of tlieir becoming and reasonably priced goods. Hew -Milfinefy, Costumes, Blouses, Dress Materials, Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts, and Ties. BOOTS AID,SHOES,Ke* We are Specialists in Ladies', Men's, and Children's Boots and Shoes, and are noted for excellence ]of quality, combined with low prices. G. H. 66 The Store for QoocS Values9" BEAUF©!T„ Telephone 1% §". iff. m ! M) "M n&m CHEMIST & BEHTIST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris* Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris' Teething Si Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NOYEMBER* 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. i Wednesdays, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. J. V. II11IS, - CHEMIST & DENTIST, For Accuracy, Confidence, Satisfaction ' HAVELOG...

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

illL from anysucti disease aa. ECZESViA, SCRGFULA, BAD LEGS, ABSCESSES, ULCERS, GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, B011S, P I WI LES SORES OF ANY KIND, PILES, BLOOD POISON, RHEU MATISM, GOUT, &c., ^ don'twaste your time and^iuoney 011 uscjr leas lotions and messy ointments which cannot get below the surface of the.skin. What yon want and what you. nuisfc have to he permanently cured is a medicine tlut will thoroughly free the, blood of the pojs onous Blatter"i"bich alone is the truecutfso of all yowr'suffering. ;V'r~_^ _ V" to. T U B E. THE WORLD'S BEST BLOOD PURIFIER, is just such a medicine. Ifc is composed of ingredients which quickly attack, over come, and expel from the blood, all im purities from whatever cause arising, and by rendering it clean and pure can be relied on to effect a complete and. lasting Here is a good proof of its efficacy:— Mrs M. Cousins, of 187, Twyford Avenue, Portsmouth, England, writes . . _ _ _ w _ "Some time poisoned IP 00 II ' f°°fc (nm a nftil | UU I int...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PART 4. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

PART 4. CHAPTER Till.—(Continued.) By-and-by he discovered of a s.ud- I den that he had come up with two I men who were strolling f:long slowly. Trudging along behind them-He ob served; by the gleam ot a street lamp that both wore the uniform., of, Bri tish naval officers. Then they began to talk in audible voices, and the first words made his heart 'throb wildly. "The neighbourhood look's strange to me, Grenville," one said. "I want ed to take a cab, you know." "It's all right," was the reply, in the mellow voice Dick knew so well.. "Don't you see where you,are? Yon der at the bottom of the street ar.e masts and shipping." ' y/ "Yes, I see now. I was afraid Htfc were lost." Dick dropped back a pace or two. It was a strange encounter, indeed ^ Memories of the past softened him towards his old friend, and his first impulse was to make himself known. How came Grenville to be in New York ? he wondered. The explanation flashed upon him. Of course, the Mal ta had been sent over to repres...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(All nights Reserved.) THE Secret island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

I All nights Reserved.) —T H E — Secret ft Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. T . By W. Murray Graydon, Author of j 'Matthew Qttin," "The Ourse of the j Cardews," etc., etc. | BYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS^ PARTS. While on a cruise ronnd^the world j In his steam yacht "Boadicea," Dick | Valentine, only son of a wealthy j English gentleman residing at Heron Court; witnesses a strange scene en- j acted in mid-ocean. An ironclad j cruiser stops the cargo steamer Golden Horn, bound for San Fran cisco, and forcibly abducts from the cabin Captain Paul Volborth, a fam ous Russian military engineer, who has escaped from Siberia. The Bri tish man-of-war Malta, in answer to the steamer's signal of distress ar " .rives too late to be of any assist ance, for the mysterious cruiser as ■ soon as the Malta„is. sighted vanishes at immense speed. Dick recognises one of the officers of the Malta to be Lieutenant Grenville. Six months after his return to England, Dick learns of the failhre of the Orien...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER X. AN OMINOUS CHANGE OF QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

I . • CHAPTER X.: AN OMINOUS CHANGE OF V QUARTERS. ' ; Apparently Dick alone heard the tumult - overhead, but he gave it merely a passing thought.. He re mained in the same, position, one hand -resting . on the chair which he had been on the point.of snatching' up when the pistol was levelled at him. His heart was full of gratitude to the girl who. had cojne between him and death, but he doubted if her interference, would be successful, j "Are you mad?" cried Senor Mon tejo, holding the weapon out of his sister's reach. "By, heavens, Lucille, I will not be thwarted! Stand off !" j "You shan't cpmmit murder !" "You have been listening at the door like a common spy !" he de clared, ..scornfully. "I am ashamed of you !" \.: . " ; ; ; _ • ■■ ' She did not deny the charge. "Give me the pistol," she pleaded. "I..say—no !•" thundered Monte jo. "Why did you interfere ? : You'over heard our conversation — the vile words the dog of an Englishman flung at me ! Can I let him liye and preserve m...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER IX. FAMILIAR QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

CHAPTER IX. FAMILIAR QUARTERS. There could be .no doubt as to the Spaniard's identity, though he was rather roughly dressed in faded blue serge, flannel shirt, and peaked cap. He seemed in nowise disconcerted by the meeting, and his smile was very genial as he held out a hand to Dick. With the other hand he lifted a foaming pewter to his lips, and took a deep draught. "Your health, Mr. Valentine !" he said. Dick refused the proBered hand— gave no sign of hearing the Words. In a dased manner he snatched the glass of brandy from the counter, and poured the fiery stuff down his throat. He stared silently and un easily at the Spaniard, thinking of the circumstances under wbich he had last seen him, in the roonj of the Jolly Waterman, at Wapping. , j "So we havev drifted together again,' my friend !" said Senor Montejo, as he noted the haggard and' desperate expression of Dick's features. "A strange meeting in a strange place ! : I see the hand of Fate in this !" ~ "Then Pate has played ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A WEED ERADICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

- A WEED ERADICATOR. i One of the greatest thorns in the ( side of farmers is the noxious weed j curse. Chief among the pests is the I blackberry and Californian thistle; I The Government recognising the boon it would be if a cheap specific was placed upon the market, have offered 1 substantial bonuses to the inventor | of any system that would successful j ly eradicate these pests. ■•. Naturally r the Ag,riculturaf Department have | stressed the fact that a cure must be permanent. Various specifics, and methods have been tried and found wanting. Under the direction of the Agricultural Department a prepara ; tion known as Long's Noxious Weed De9tro>er has been put to a test at Paraell, near Auckland, and promises ' particularly well. A piece of-iand, | which is completely overrun with | blackberry has been treated' under j the direction" of the Agricultural De I partment. It. is only a month, or so ! since the weedkiller was applied; but 1 judging by the several roots removed fro...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. FIXING UP RUN-OUT PASTURES. (E. L. Vincent, in the "pcific Daily Review.") [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

TH E FAR IB. FIXING UP RUN-bl|T PASTURES. ' -; (E. IjV Vincent,'.-in tlie "Pacific ■ .: * Daily Review.") ! .If. the dairy-- farmers o! this coun try were to be told that they "might be making from one-third to _ one half more money out of their busi-. ness every year of their lives than they are now, they would jump to find out how it might be done. I am- going to make that state ment and then prove it. The .pastures of this country to-day if in good condition would support at least one-third more cows than .they do at present, and in many in stances the difference might safely be placed at one "half more. This- is, I am aware, a startling assertion. To think that we are. going .on year after year, keeping not more than half or two-thirds the stopk ~we might and ought, is a most surprising thing. It does not speak very well for our ability as dairymen. The fact of it is, we have not paid much attention' to our ^pastures any waj. After we haye decided what land we will give to this ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ACCIDENT ENDS FATALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

Widespread regret was expressed in Beaufort on Saturday night when it be- came known that Mr. Edward Seymour Baker succumbed that day to the in- juries he sustained at Beaufort on Thurs- day while attempting to open a railway gate to allow an excursion train from Adelaide to pass through. After the accident the injured man was taken to Ballarat Hospital and died in the insti- tution. Deceased was a well-known and highly respected resident of Beaufort for many years. He came out to Aus- tralia in the ship Panama with his father and mother and three brothers and three sisters. The ship was wrecked on the coast about 100 miles from Adelaide, all hands being rescued. The Baker family came on to Geelong in the Caroline Agnes, landing in 1850. Deceased's father (Mr. John Baker) practiced as a solicitor for some time in Geelong, and brought his family to the Beaufort district upon the opening up of the Fiery Creek diggings; being the first solicitor in Beaufort. The late Mr. Seymour Baker ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Riponshire Advocate Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 21, 1914. I Master Douglas Rogers, of. Beaufort, | recently passed with distinction the junior public examination, and has re ceived an appointment as junior teacher at Mildura. Mrs J. O'Loughlan, of Middle Creek, has been taken seriously ill, and it is \ feared that she has contracted typhoid fever. Mrs J. George, of Beaufort, is suffering- from what is believed to be I appendicitis, and will probably have to j undergo an operation. According/to the Minister in Charge J of the Home Affairs Department (Mr Kelly) the cost of building the trans-, Australia railway will be very much j larger than the original estimate of i £4,000,000. This is due in some measure j to the cost of labor having increased very greatly since the estimate was j made, and also to a change of policy] with regard to ballasting. The death occurred at Lexton on Sat- ] urday of Hazel Maud, aged 11 months, the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs James Prentice, junr. Th...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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SNAKE VALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 21 March 1914

SNAKE VALLEY. General regret was felt in the district when the residents learn- ed of the death of the wife of Constable J. Murphy, youngest daughter of Mr J. O'Shaugnessy, formerly of Carngham and recently resident in Melbourne.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

THE CLOSE SEASON. For tiu: whole year.—Tits, wild turkey,' emu, white cranes, i'antails, niopoke, laughing jackass, ibis, kanga roos, larks (all species), lyrebirds, mag pie larks, native bears, ov. Is, platypus, robins, curlews, and swallows, wild pige ons and doves of all kinds, black swans. From 1st August till ">.30 a.m. on 1st February.—Quail of all kinds, except California!! quail. From 1st July till 5.30a.m. 011 11th February.—Wild ducks and teal of all kinds, wild geese of all kinds, coots, gang-gang cockatoos, magpies, native companions or Australian cranes, land rail, plovers (except southern slone plover or curlew), honey-eaters (except wattle birds and leather heads). It lias been decided that opossums shall be protected in all parts of the State throughout the year, instead of for the six months ending 31st October. The Game'Department considers that it will be two or three years before there v ill be a break in the close season. Owing to the exceptionally high price...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Too Well Known to Need an "Ad." [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

Too Well Known to Weed an " Ad." This idea that you have lived so long in town that everybody knows you and you don't need to advertise is a mis take. This very indifference to adver tising. indifference to doing business as it is done in this day and ago, is what has enabled the catalogue or mail order houses to grow from more nothing to' great concerns. The merchant who can convince the people of his section, and keep them convinced that Ins store is the best place to buy this and that article, will not lose trade to the mail order house. Of course, he cannot afford to get out a catalogue as thick as a Bible, but he can keep au adver tisement in his local paper, and see that it. is changed every week, thus keeping new bargains continually be fore tlic public, lie should also have :i mailing list, and send out a #;ircular letter at least once a mouth. Don't look upon your country newspaper a.s an object of charity* Tliero is not a single country newspaper in the 8'ate, with a gener...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NEWS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

• (E*S FRO* VARIOUS SOURCES. ^ :,i;<clii!!i! c<i»<i)5«iMx' two tii-t,h'rn lht' <*!fctrii* r«r aa»i iht» apjwr»ttih. hits f.-v-ii in Stnw«J.!;rs-1 » clvMn (niiinvaj- tracks t l.«i. rif-,-. jn t!n' I'jvration of (lie f)<» rnarf' ^' 1S ?."ray,',i 'vii-h waJcr. th#n <!ie dirt is JuoseEMi In a srm teller Bud <(r.r.v« Hp ii'l" l/n* c«r !>_v the „iir(ion apparatus:. With this ma cjiiiip one Juan r:i;i I weiuy-fi\-e ,.:ilte of track .1 «.';o. rt-jvlavin*; the lu!miir of SHivutv., ,;>on working w the (inUn.irv way. I'[•'>11. i'f>«* station-master ne.Hf :;|wuJat ,, „jU. iTiim- at a v.eekIy lottery, I liim?e!f in consequence ,1,., hci.y winner of .trM.OoO. O,, !wr."i!^ li'e tCrotta's ,irs: in.-tk was to to the .jirroicaiL' "f i!t,: ^tate Ita ilways nii; Jle is a married ,.un, nrnl Jins « daughter who is a liffll ■,rlicelii)i';lres<:. Crotta is also yui'ny apart a sum for musses 0:1 «f ili? aunt....

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