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

POULTRY HlKTSflf,^ Spray the P°ultf di^antv, ed by impure water, • jf1 and stale food

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE GARDEN. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON THE VELOPMBNT OF FRUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

the garden. EFFECT OF LIGHT ON'THb VELOPMBNT OF FRl • I Experiments have been nuile fu35' 1 certain the influence that light tse j cises on the development of fruits : the. results are interesting. j The experiments were made bfM' ; ting the fruit ripen (1) in ba& !^' ' shut, 'out all rays of light, i transparent bags giving an stW;' j ted light, (.1) fruit exposed to j daylight ; the trials were ron-f?f' grapes, cherries, pears, sppl^-?:f From the resnlts it wonld that lig-ht is absolutely new*3? onlj (hirins; the first stages of^ formation of fruit ami grain. this initial stape has pas^' fruit seem able to complete lt5 '' i velopment and maturity equal!*' I in obscuritj as in full iiffht, u!tho'^ j tinder the influence of tfae 'a"fr " ! greater amount of dry sriM»nff** acquired. It was observed that the ^ f suits were obtained when the I ing fruit was under the an attenuated light, and also ^ the acidity of the fruit was thi" minished. Dickens and o( libel V novelists walk...

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

NfiW SEASON'S GOODS, OPENING DAILY. ™ I Havq much pleasure in drawing* attention to g their AUTUMN SHOW, ; r. . • .. and invite inspection of their becoming and reasonably priced goods. New Millinery, Costumes, Blouses, Dress Materials, Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts, and Ties. BOOTS AND SHOES. Kik, We are Specialists in Ladies', Men's, and Children's Boots and Shoes/ and are noted for excellence^ quality, combined with low prices. -INSPECTION INYITED. G. H. COUGLsE, jf i " Th^ Store for Good VaiSuesj," j J _ ^elepliorje 12. j^rm:Twmwmr^ ' CHEMIST & DENTIST. THREE STEELING REMEDIES Harris' Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris' Teethmg & Cooling Powders for Children, HOURS on and after NOVEMBER 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, q a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays. 9 a.m. to 13 a.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. ' > , Saturdays, 9 a.m to 10 p.m. Sundays. 30 a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. W. HARRIS, CHEMIST & DEHTIST, For Accuracy, C...

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THE FARM. WHAT IS THE MATTER [?] [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

HE FAtta. Wft. 1.1 Talteng with a farmer not since about the present rj,l! oil the man who tills the M ; said I "Sometimes I get altaoat aged. It seems as though leges and you editors were cro*fc the farmers along {aster than - know what to do. It didn't ^" I be so. The demands tor this 4 that change are coining thicker ; faster." ! We do not wonder that some j8 era feel like this. The minds 0f_ are getting greatly stirred as to"fc, necessity lor more and better ks,t ledge, lor better methods concemin the handling of our Saras. The T'm | conservative farmer, l\k« our (i above quoted, does not feci clear that these things are just ^ so they feel uncertain. Like tot men, they want to do ^hat isi tbe best. They do not feel \fte ^ | nutting, that they have hew I in their understanding of Mt s<a, i ffhey will confess that it Soes ' act as it used to twenty-f 1 thirty years ago. Like I they incline to the easiest I atl^ say'' 'the seasons are to | I And bo they say, "What is th...

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

Australian Natives' Association THE Fortnightly MEETING of the Beaufort Branch. A.N. A., will beheld in the MEGHAN ICSMNSTITUTE on TUESDAY Evening next, at 3 o'clock sharp. D. LINDSAY. Secretary. PROGRESS TENT, I.O.R., 43. THE Fortnightly Meeting will be held in the Societies' Hull on Tuesday next, a£ 8 p.m.. GEO. PRINGLE, Secy.

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ON FEEDING OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

ON FEEDING OATS. All horses when fed on whole oats will swallow some whole oats with out chewing them, and the stomach cannot accomplish what the teeth fail to do. This applies to young as well as old horses. A general average by chemical an alysis in a stable of 100 horses, old and young, shows 21 per cent, wast ed. Meal after meal is so overtaxed with indigestible oats, which weaken und inflame the digestive organs so they cannot perform their functions and extract all the nutriment even from the masticateh oats. When you feed your horse whole oats and you sec whole oats in the manure, you don't know how much nutriment the animal gets, because jou see waste with your naked eye. But when you feed your horse crushed oats you know exactly how much nutriment it will get, for all the nutritious parts of the oats will digest. The saliva, when the oat is opened (crushed),, will mix with .the diges tible part of the oat, whether the teeth further masticate it or not. The saliva is what do...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 28. 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 28. 1914. Mr C. Moroney, of Maryborough, has been appointed postmaster at Beaufort, and it is expected that he will commence his duties in about ajmonth'& time. Miss Grant, of Trawalla, met with a painful accident on Sunday. She was placing some fodder pp the ground for a cow, when the animal suddenly lifted j its head, its horn;striking Miss Grant on the left eye, cu&tlpg the eyelid andvin juririg the" ejti/all. \I>r.; G. A." Eadie attended to the injury. ~ . Mr. Alexi Nicholson, son of Sergeant Nicholson, of the Ballarat city police, who has been serving the Commercial Bank at Tailem Bend (South Australia) as teller for some time, has been trans ferred to the relieving staff of the Bank of Victoria, and he reported at Mel bourne head office on -Friday. Mr Nicholson formerly resided in Beaufort. | The annual harvest thanksgiving ser vices were held at St. Andrew's Presby terian Church, Beaufort, on Sunday. Rev. A....

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE DAIRY. ABOUT BUYING COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

T H E DAIRY. _ _ k . _ _ _ ? ABOUT BUYING COWS. A representative letter from an English dairy farmer in the "British Agricultural Press" says : — "Cow buying is a very uncertain business. There is much faking in the cow mar ket, . but home-bred heifers are at least honest. Horns may be rubbed down, and udders stocked, and other purchases may turn out deceptive owing to udders being what is known as fteshy. Many cows milk well for the first two or three months, and then quickry dry off, and these are just the animals which will be run round and offered for sale after their next calving. Some cows which milk ed well in their own homes do badly when transferred to a new place. Some are sold because they are kick ers, or liable to blow or suffer from some recurring ailment. "No one doubts that heifers are safer buying than cows, but the fact remains that we are losing ground as to the supply of milking cattle by the system of dealing too exclusively with cows. The indiscriminate sale an...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. " To anyone Buffering from diarrhosa I cm hon wtiy recommend Chaniberlain'a Colic and Diarr hcsa Remedy as bcingr the most satisfactory remedy on the market." writes Mr C. C. Hooper, Wake field. N.Z. "I have tried ull aorta of medicines, but have found nothing (Mual to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhcea Remedy," Sold by. J. 15. VYother Bpoon & Co.. Beaufort.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XIII. THE MISSING PASSENGER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

CHAPTER XIII. THE MISSING PASSENGER. Before half the distance was cover- > ed the yacht's jolly boat had come ' up abreast of the launch—the latter hung back a little for it — and the ! two went on side by side. Leon Mon tejo was in the boat %vith four ,of the crew, and after exchanging a few words with Captain Gore, he shot a glance at Dick that was full of men ace and hatred. Dick returned it scornfy-^Sj and then gave his entire attentfthi-to the Juno. The ship had a crippled appearance as she la? heaving on the swell. A few men ' were leaning from the rail, two were on the bridge, and others were bust ling about with considerable excite ment and noise. The launch came up to the^liner amidships, where a ladder had been . put out, and with cool'impudence Captain Gore, and six of his men clambered aboard.the Juno, Peter Smock prodding Dick from behind. Monte jo and a companion followed from the jolly-boat. Dick gazed about him with flushed and shamed face. Only a few of the crew,...

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

MINING NEWS, During the week a splendid prospect was obtained in the south-west branch reef drive at the Northern Hope. The manager of the Hope Extended West (Mr F. R. Smith) reports South crosscut extended 24ft. for week ; total,'252ft. ; shooting reef. The manager of the Southern Hope (Mr J. Daniel) reports Extended cast crosscut 21ft.; total, 250ft.: cutting back chamber full size; expect to complete same by end of week. The manager of the Northern Hope (Mr F. M. Rankin) reports-South west branch reef drive .extended 30ft. : total. 230ft. : last 12ft. payable wash at points' of back laths. "North-west drive off No. 1 north to 50ft. : wash of fair quality. East off No. 1 north opened and driven 24ft. in payable wash. Two parties blocking in" east and west drives off north drive in wash of average quality. The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads (Mr A. W. Moore) reports Main east level—No. 1 rise—North drive to 3G0 ft. ; last 12ft. strong wash ; went over back laths; wash again show...

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CHAPTER XII. A CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

CHAPTER XII. A CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS. For three whole days after his in terview with Captain Gore there was little or nothing to break the mono tony of Dick's confinement. He was j satisfied from Gore's own words, that Grenville's chain of theories had been correct in every particular ; so he could only wait patiently until that secret island-home was reaehed —until the final choice of life or death should be offered him. He kept in fairly g,ofod spirits, and did not let himself think much of the future. A batli-room adjoined his cabin, and he was provided daily with clean linen. He had good wine and cigars, and the meals brought to him equal led the cuisine of a big ocean liner. The "something to read" promised by Captain Gore was in the form of newspapers, English and American, which covered a period of several months. They contained marked para graphs, and these - Dick found very interesting. Briefly put, they showed that the public had begun to connect recent loss of ships, the...

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[?] OFSTATE'S ESCAPADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

bOFSTATE'S ESCAPADE. faw'rei.- c-i & war-J,:i t.*J3 btate -+■?!vV;r- o!i. who bobod from his 3a * B,,ufo:t on Friday, 20th *few ended somewhatsorio-jsly. •LBravo, vv-ho employed t-?e toy at irjvia-rsaloon. s:tit aim to open up sS£S9 s-ir- *• Friday. On Mr jij'.-arrivalatiic.! !. there was' no loihiprer.ire. ;vri he ooui i not W The ba; .jer subsequently dlthii six raoi'S ana, 12/0 in silver Jfetpeatfi The escapsj turned iKi Sailors Guily farm-house that and was provided with food and ht: th-' ur.Ter acquainting the SihihjnMntitr.?. The boy, how s,ehfc3 his would-b-3 captors. A ioa the eastern bounds ry or B-sati irevisito-i bv the voiuhf-ii wayfarer 5aJ»jr.yh"t, •id iie was given his sisgneai. lie si-pt ir. a bush hat 'Eaiehis way to Eararafoen on Sun ■"sftaaco?.. " 01 his way through afott township th-3 lad dropood a :Mi:h ?as picked up and banded Ir Bravo, a'ho identified it as bis ?5sty. O.i rotating the boy called SrMcSinnon's. near Bea'jfort, late K2feoo2. bat was cec3g...

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A SIMPLE CURE FOR INDIGESTION. HOW A READER OBTAINED [?]FUL AND IMMEDIATE [?] FROM AN ORDINARY ANTACID. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

FOR ^'«SlMpLE: INDIES"0"' ' \l>Ki: IH'.TAINW l!,nV' \M> l-MMK,,iA 1 rV'"1 M -VN «'1:1'! N"A u Y v>Nr.'.fi!'. [ inter 'Tvi"rift'1*" I»v li. < 'inl.lo ti S|lw!- .!■"*<•'" I tunihly t'ruii'.'h;. i;i!-kly rural hiIri .Mr < 'inMi'foi'tl ( ii;l Vi* Ml .'ii'l'i'd Wil li ,u!i-ii|i.ai"» .'"•■•r <m-r -Jive*, "very ■v|.;,ri!.i. 1.1-1 t'p'lvi' mom It* I ii.iv'e 'Ifkrvi'ill (will. I ''tf'il ill-. J thrt«> yiur-, hue I ^oi I Inn* .i!*» !»•«•« •UiciKiiiiJ. j I Iwttin\ "f evry kijul, i,{'ws{-': in ttrt. I wi-lnsij iuy /iM-" /•/«(• i'ur :lj :l |i-'t!-(•!' oiiej fcr,r.'lrcvojti-| r h'ih'^ti m •ni'i stomach ,..i) I wi'il'! try it. flir.; mi lin-o / ii'h ri'Jii'verJ. I ,m-: -li :u:i! eat «{'.*■I ;i:i iTvt , I," H'i r.viVi-; ;;'T r-t.-uhjr to , i any c!iui>ih:l, !r.l k';;-', Ji;;! -=i tj.ttilu{ «•;«» ;rar'i«»r iirtnh: He ; ,ij liie bi-ur.ii'-ii form SH-k- ;h i'tiji.T ICtlll'. ! <lu I kit j i'ib , •< .*.«r. >j;r raer •

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

I Tn itcAT AriM:c i'io.\o an I) H 'AH-knis--.— I All MiO'crinvr iVoin irritation of the throat aiid I hoarseness will lie aurecably surprised ;;"f tin1 immediate relief atlonled hv .the ii*ii «l • " JJrowu's liroiiHiial Troches." Those famous I '• !<i7.t;i:£es" arc ihayvscM"l>y most rtjspo'Malili' chemists in this country. >-l'f;o'ple trouble:! 'with a "harking tough," a "slight co!i',:' lor bronchial allections; cannot try thorn I too sooii, a« 'similar troubles, ..it' allowed ! to prom-ess, result iu' serin us _ P u 1 moil ai-v and I Asthmatic. Affect ioi;s. .Sou that the- signature of John I^Biiovs Ac Son is «»'-every wrap per. Prepared by John I. Bkown- Si .Son, ISestoii, U.S.A. liuiovean l.^pot|3'i, Fai'vipi; il< n Koad, Loiul-oi;, lin<rlaud. , an old xui:se 1-on tnnlduen. " Airs Winslow's Southing- Syriip for Children Teething. Should alw-.iys lie used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens ths _<!titiis, Al...

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REVEALS COMPLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH. [?]DY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP [?]IR YOUTHFUL COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

r^ms complex,on lt0fthe spanfsh. tt\ooraVm',V.Ti,ET KEEP f^&yjiog girl," writes 032 or our , "laUvavs had a nice and , " cornoWioti, but on 5 fei age o£ thirty it chained 1 flsMy, The chilly, winter winds shma'iemy s'.vin row^h arv5 dry uj:^ to W."!\and sm'ivt Viornb.y ssV.pteit ex insure to frost or I } kit verv wo"ff\3'A t) ?ce the that was taking p'nee. wis ti-tttl went 10" a trip abroad, ,'.Mk travelling in the south otA ' p-Sime intimate with an elderly \ JW}'. Knowing how proud ^the 1 -\!nrk we of their lovely skm, > "' S i'n-i could help me, I told her 1 Jible. She advised me to ob- > o'fflces of rose water, one dratn benzoin, and two ounces 01. aowers oi oxzoin from the ;;wth, she said, I could mix ®'l attor shaking well, apply it «»«t tioth or sponge. She stateu 1 p-< ijimiiy bad used this lotion for 'Mvowcdit would quickly restore ni«ion. I applied the lotion as 5;'an& the result was Kurpris J 5° days I saw a great diff We • was ^0s'ir>2...

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PART 5. CHAPTER XI. AN OFFER THRICE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

PART 5. CHAPTER XI. AN OFFER THRICE REFUSED. Captain Gore frowned as he turned sharply from the porthole and caught Dick's glance fixed upon his face ; then he laughed an evil little laugh. "You tal'ie matters coolly, Mr. Sherlock Holmes the Second," he said. "And why not ?" Dick asked, de fiantly. "Ay, why not? I like your spirit, sir, and I trust you will prove as sensible " as you are plucky. Had I wished it, I could have' had you in my power long ago — at any time after you placed the spy at Wap ping. Your subsequent movements, both in London and New York, were watched by my agents. They had no intentions of taking you yet—so lon^ as you did not attempt to use your fangs—and it was entirely an acci dent that you ran across tne Senor Monte;'o the other night and forced his hand." j "The title you bestowed upon me is rightly yours," Dick answered. "I am flattered to think th?.t you took such an interest io my movements." _,_"I._h£d - reasons,'' said Gore, "and reasons' " of which ...

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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. Y*ou have heard of tIn- n.nn who buys his ice in winter tinn: and his coal in tlie summer linii'—such ;i pur chaser invariably saves money. Tlie principle involved is to buy when the other fellow is most anxious, to h,ell, and to »ell when the. other fel low is most eager to 'buy. Those '.vho would take full advan tage of market conditions in the buy ;ng and selling of household necessities, live stock, machinery, etc., are con stantly on the look-out for opportuni ties presented through the local ad vertising iiiedium. Are you alert to the opportunities 'which the advertising columns of the " liiponshire Advocate" present's To morrow or to night, maybe, you will lose something that you prize highly. Nearly everybody loses some thing at one time or other, but in Beaufort few things are lost that eiui not be recovered through a smaii ad. in the " liiponshire Advocate.'" It's easy to mail an ad. to the Advocate," or just call at the ottiee and teil us our uouble. ...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. "V By W. Murray Graydon, Author of 'Matthew Quln," "The Curse of the . Cardews," etc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS. PARTS. While on a cruise round the -world in his steam yacht "Boadicea," Dick Valentine, only son of a wealthy English gentleman residing at Heron Court, witnesses a strange scene en acted 'in mid-ocean. An ironclad cruiser stops the cargo steamer Golden Horn, bound for San Fran cisco, and forcibly abducts from tho 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 failure of the Orient Bank through which his father is al most ruined. An angry ...

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BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 28 March 1914

BEAUFORT WATER SUPPLY. i .The state of the Beaufort water' supplycausing residents ;t ;*roat deal of concern and inconvenienc.-1. The water at Jnekson's reservoir, \\;hich is ; supplied by a race from Mt. Cole, has ran right out. Therefore the pipe which has been supplying the Railway Department is not covered and is not drawing water. All the water con-: sumed at present is coming from the Goldfields' reservoir. When i imeasured on Monday it was found! ■ that the pumping plant was taking! out about 35,000 gallons per day. On! j account of the railways being supplied, j , the people on the high levels are notI .getting any water at all. For portion | of 1 he day the people on the low levels are having their supply cut off, and t!.j water is being, confined for that time to certain mah.s, so that those on the high ground will get some water. The Novth Riding members of the Riponshire Council are greatly worried about the matter, and had three meet ings in two days. They wired to the ...

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