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RIPONSHIRE'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

ftlTONSHSKE'S JUBILEE. Before proceeding with the ordinary business at the monthly meeting of the Riponshire Council on Monday, Presi dent Roddis wished councillors a Happy New Year. Fifty years ago to-day, he said, the first meeting of the Riponshire Council was held, and they must all admit, on looking back, that the Bhire had made great progress, and that they really appreciated the lessons taught' by those-gene before. He trusted that councillors would be long spared and continue to do that good and useful work. He hoped to see, in thg next 50 years, the council progress even more than it had in the past. They would not be here to see it, but trusted that while they were here they would see the shire so progress that Beaufort would grow to a city, and perhaps separate municipali ties for the East and West ridings. He sincerely trusted that while they were here they would do their very best for the people whom they were representing. Cr. Sinclair—I hope in the next 50 years we'll...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

CRICKET. An enjoyable cricket match took place in the Beaufort Park on Wednesday afternoon be tween teams representing- the I local and Waterloo club's. The visitors were captained by Jj. Flynn, and the home team by E. Lilley. Beaufort had rather aji easy victory, scoring 168 runs to Waterloo's 66. The latter were weakened by the absence of Hinton, their best batsman. For Beaufort E. Lilley had a line rnflt out; innings for 84 runs. The old stager was well supported by F. Rankin, who notched 30. Robertson was highest- scorer for j Waterloo with 16 ; A. Vowles, 11J not out. DGing nis oesi supporter. Appended are the scores ' Beaufort—Milne, 16; Ashman, 4; E. Lilley, 84 not out; Westendorf, 1; Saph, 3 ; Rankin, 30 ; L. Lil ley, 4 ; McLeod, 2; Cromwell, 4 ; | Poyser, 0 ; Rogers, 0 : Miller, 7 ; I sundries, 13 ; total, 168. Bovyl. ing-- Lamb, 4 wickets ; Jones, 1 ; | Flynn, '3 ; Robertson. 1. Water- I loo—Flynn, 8; Robertson, 16 : Lamb, 1; N. Jones, 3'; G. Skene, j 3 ; A. Jones, 4 ;• G....

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OBITURARY. MR. THOS. KENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

MR. THOS. KENNY; It la with the deepest regret we (Benalla " Inde pendent") have to record the death. o£ Mr T. Kenny, of the clerical department at the local railway station, which sad event transpired at therc-3idence of his father-in-law .(Mr P. Waters, of. Benalla West) on Sunday afternoon, the cause of death being: diabetes and complications, accentuated, no doubt, by a bicycle accident a fortnight ago, which gave him a nasty shaking up internally. The news was received by the townsfolk with many expres sions of sympathetic sorrow for the relatives. Mr Kenny, from whose stalwart physical appearance no premonition of such a sad dissolution could possibly have been foreshadowed a month ago, passed peacefully away as stated^ At the same time the latter part of his life had not been abso lutely freefrom Buffering:. Deceased's friends will remember the.torture he went through a couple of years ago with a poisoned hand. About that time he received a transfer from Wangaratta to Benalla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

GlilPF.S IN HOUSES. " Some time ago our hoivr was down with a bad attack of gripes." says MIsm E. J. Coliw. Major's Creek, >J.S.W. " I trie.' Nt'veral reiuedien. but tliey had no effect; as a last resource I Kave, the horcn three toascoonsfnl r £ Clmrnl«;rlaiir» Colic and Diarrhoea Homedy and nc. tired an improvement immediately. Hi; was soon able to ntaiul. and now. he is a- well as ever." Sold by J. 11. W6thcr.-;)oon & Co., JJeaufort.

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RIPONSHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 5TH JANUARY, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

fflPOfiSHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 5tii January, 1918. t'resent—Crs. Roddis (president;;, Slater, Stewart, Sinclair, Lewis, Rus sell, Hannah, and Trengove (the newly elected councillor for the North Riding;. Cr. Sinclair apologised for the absence of Cr Halpin, who had been called sud denly away from Beaufort on a case of sickness. The secretary reported as the result of the extraordinary election to fill the vacancy in the North Riding caused by the death of Cr. IvI Flynn that Mi1 W. P. Trengove had been elected, and signed the usual declaration.—President Roddis said it afforded him very great pleasure to extend to Cr. Trengove a welcome to the couucil table, and sincerely trusted that by his actions the ratepayers would be satisfied with the selection they, had made; He wanted him to understand that "the duties of a councillor were not altogether easy, but they could be made more easy, and get him out of *nany a difficulty, by working in harmony with his colleagues and in the interests...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

SUFFERED AGONY WITH HEADACHES'. "'I highly'itcommcnd Chamberlain's Tablets to anyone who mitTe™ from hcadaehes." K.ayn Mra M. K. BerryMarlborough ltd., Victoria Valley, Tasmania. "I Buffered agony with hfiaduohea, find tried ulmoat everything. Nothing did nn; any ;;oo<l until a friend reeornmendc-d Chamberlain's Tablets, and the.v Hi*>n put me right, njiain. Now I •would not be without a box of Charnbcrlain'n Tab lets in the hou°c." Sold by J. It. Wotherepoon & Co., Beaufort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

i JRSE SLATER -MIDWIFE, ; Jn STREET, BEAUFORT, j .jlssmraodate Ladies orattcnd j jfea it their own residence; ' |if retired. j Ih. HAUPIN, I (AUCTIONEER, i liLM, STOCK, GENERAL j fSiOKAGENTkVALUATOR, j ? Collected. Loans negotiated, i f feh Price for all kinds of j r '-pt for South British In- j SwJaatit Lyell Manures, and ppfeg, Lime Manufacturer, I _ | fSs, Horse Sags, Tents, etc., ! rjiBf at lowest current rates. BUYER OF WHEAT. ! I^rrice given. j llMffl, | kotioweer, i and Station J feudal agent, itu Uktfor •, Jamks pJkiUiuvuvs, M«>iWrne:1 ^•5iiSCUK<X,ISTRRSATlO^AIj jj^ffiCo.ov A*stkm.i\: Youk jfeKC&Co. ^.HANNAH, I'HTIONEE r. :'^b station AGENT, f®WN ftND beaufort. 5i!t®iti(4iiv m\j part ot the Slale. i^S.ttES K SPECIALTY. ^QES J^^Co's.'Si&tmtes, Agricultural Machinery. IS f? Tb xs Lb AND H | to 57q p^°0l warehouses, n COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. fi — • lillD SN.E& op WOOt, HIDES, SKINS, TAUUOW AMD lt«SH «SVH,CES ON Tffl^NSUING CUP OP WOOL • ...

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FORT POLICE COURT. [?] 6TH JANUARY, 1914. Messrs R. A. D. Sinclair and [?] J's.P.) PETTY LARCENY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

I ^ n Sin"l''ir »nd t' ,• !!• A K;vAtfcE!s'V nroct>edeil i ! ftILRohap„ i'rt Scolt. I V'-th' L.tBCfc'w* ,* Man proceeded /"- 4jd flsmerf ifoberfc Scott I l^fhsviK at firm-alto on, t'l0on?ly stolen and tukcni Woftiliskci?, a Pa^ of hoofs, i fZhtftmsers, and a mt of / I'pjsiiztM 10-', the property /, •v-W p!fll<kd ^OlI(}' <Wrf Oh'ctod Z^ilplesltmtb.)' :j, t%40 MM-r-who.rcoh'ij "ptiMr? »8£HtjjedJ£.i 30$ giM Widdaci tb*%lfe ifife irss a married woman, Hiit tirhmmnd-st Tcawalia. ftfsiigo'thsSlst ult■. about j p&siie teas in her balmm, ijtkwist of a nm \vn<kin<r [rims noticed the stable , i- vent to closc the door , $s tec containing bidding, ■jswly informed bar husband, fa <';ir(h of :i". -uscd. She is/ml previously about ihe yssffeWwo questions to L-jj-jfr Sinclair, wiimss ( ijfei been hamring about J&e (iie T^sday before sPicltem. sworn, stated teapM as a Mjpe W&t mine. On Wed fkjM? saw accused near • nin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

Throat Akj- uctjo.w-? ash lioARSKNCss.— All suffering; from irritation of tho throat and . !toar.=cness will be ojjroeably surprised at'tiro ! ::!iiwwt iniiMiv'iiitc relief atiorded by the use of ' " (Ivown's Bromdiinf Troches." These famous < '• iozoiipos" are now si>ld by most respectable ] diuumts In this country. People troubled | .ritJj a ".hai.'kij>}y couyli," n "sliabt cold," , ir bronchial aHections, cannot try tlieni ( too soon, a« similar trouble.-, it'" allowed to progress, result sir'serious Pulmonary and . isihuiarii' Affections. iSey that the signature : it' John I. Bkown « Son is on every wrap- J |;er. Prepared by John I. i5itowN" & Son, Uos:on, *K;ncp(>aii Deppt.OUj Farriiij.' iou lioad, London, England. AN OLD NURSE FOK CJULDHEN. " Mrs Winslovry Soothing Syrup" for Children Teething. Should always he used fur Children while Teething. Ifc , soothes the Child, Softens tho_» Cum:?, < Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and- is. t ol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

THE kR/TS ! : !! pP« i mmm ; h&'tft i!. tlliyids^o S| Minister of j! CONGREGATIONAL !j MISSION CHURCH, [| ■ Fltipsy, Melbourne. [ | Sends his opinion of Rsf?r*i?i bou "I was recommended fa try Clements Tonic. I was completely ran down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no purpose. " One bottle put me right J and was worth its weight in J gold. " I recommend this medi cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSK1NG" The Rev. J. BOSKINC; 'D.D.; is known as on carceit church worker, end his testimony to CLEMENTSTONIC was sent for the good it might do, Thi* j medicine is certain in its effects on run j down or irritated nerves, ond quickly j relieves Bihousness, Weakness, Loss of i *-Ieep. Poor Appelite, Con'tipation and ! 'ndigestion. ALL CHEMISTS and STORES SiiLL IT. until you ere worse before starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that i...

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THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

THISTLE CLUB. Eleven members attended a meeting- of the Beaufort Thistle Club committee at the Mechanics' institute on Wednesday evening, Mr J. H. Robertson (chief) presid , ing. A letter was received from the Charity Sunday committee, and it was decided to co-operate in the movement. The annual meeting was fixed for Friday, 23rd January. It was decided to hold the annual picnic at Mt. Cole (Richards' side) on Monday, 26th January. The usual arrange ments for pipe music, &c., in con nection with the picnic were made. The preparation of a syllabus for the forthcoming year was left in the hands of the sub committee, tne same to be ap proved of by the annual meeting. It was arranged to hold a smoke social at the Societies' Hall at the conclusion of the annual meeting-. Messrs A. Lawrie, W. Cochran, and D. Robertson were appointed as a sub-committee to attend to details in connection with the social. It was decided to recom mend to the annual meeting that a donation of £2 2/ be ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CLEAN OUT THE MENTAL COBWESS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

CLEAN OUT THE MfiN'1 WB3? ,'1'AL jSam Walter Fo.;e uses rii,v»w r®ad farmers u very usfff! and one that should bo ixedtJ #■" than it js ; ^es, cleaa yer house, huiI c^s,! •' ; shed, -And clean yer barn in ev'rv'f3',' But brush the cobwebs from }'crl,f^ And sweep the snowbanks fr®' • heart. < Yes, when spring cieanin ^ . around jj£ ' Bring forth the duster m broom, But rake yer loggy notions d°0^ And sweep yer dusty sou' ~f ••Sard's Dfliry"13" , U 05 £3 .J saut Poultry Note 0 q( tbePi. the old hens v «f a liTing S!i' Near the d°°r raBcli !S,^ f/ a successful Ka _ ^ which reads 0 jr succeed wi° h,« » is because tUe> ( titjon." How true

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Farmers Should be Students. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

Farmers Should be Students. r It is a well known fact that noth ing stands still for any great length of time ; things either go forward and improve, or go backwards* and deteriorate. If a lawyer has ambition to become a better lawyer, he does not diminish his study of the law, but rather in creases it. If a doctor would attain to the highest pinnacle of his profes sion, he does not practice medicine as it was taught and practiced 100 years ago, but. he reads and studies the new ideas as advanced by known leaders and experimenters of to-day. Carpenters, printers, stone-masons, miners, merchants—all have discarded old and out of date methods for new er and more economical ways in which to do their work. IS THE FARMER CARELESS ? Have we as farmers kept up the procession ? Let us investigate. Do men who wish. to become farmers, in the grfeat majority -of cases, think it necessary to go through a prescribed course of study ? They do not. Do they read up the newest and best methods of ag...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

CHAPTER XII. The patience of Sir Peter had turn ed ,to.; impatience, and this had grown to - the fury of exasperation. The names of Lord Chester and Mildred Moore0" «were coupled together every- ' where in London. If the shameless intimacy were not soon broken off, Sir "Peter saw the crumbling- of his hopes-'for Edwina ; :ahd 'ilot; Only that he saw before him .an angry duke, and * the loss, of the prestige" of' that duke's friendship and business.. • Sir Peter felt, in great measure respon- j sible for Lord Chester—accountable to the duke for his moral and physi- t cal welfare. He couid stand the scan- , dal ;no longer. The time for action had.come. . : Sir; Peter sat in his private office at the bank one afternoon in an; unusu ally idle mood. He was waiting. A messenger entered. "Lord Chester to see you, Sir Peter," he said. "Ah! Show,his lordship' in." Sir. Peter rose from his chair and took a few steps around the room. He was nerving himself for the (Tom -ing battle, -which he f...

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THE FARM. SUB-SOILING WITH EXPLOSIVES. SOME PRACTICAL HINTS ON THEIR USE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

sub-soilingwn^xplosives some pra"S^h ' their use. 3 0n It is well to realise that land'is bought or leased according to it surface, measurement, and if We tan succeed im making' the under-soiis contribute a share towards the Dro. duction of better crops, v?e are add ing to the producing area 0f out farms in the most economical possible. Laud is getting very fear on the surface, and to get the best possible returns per acre we must on all our stiffer soils or those1, un derlaid by "hard-pan," break up tfc sub-soils to allow the roots of the plants a full range for root growth. Farming by dynamite has caught 0a in the United States, and is spread ing throughout Canada and Mexico like a prairie fire. It seems a strange way of making the ground kinj forth its produce in plenty, but there is no getting away from the (act that it acts. Doubtless the man who tried tho trick first and met with success was quite in the dark as to vjhy it suc ceeded. It is a moot point whether he served his p...

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CROP ROTATION OP PERMANENT BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

CROP ROTATION OP PERMANENT BENEFIT. R. C, Doneghue, Prof. of Agronomy, North Dakota Agricultural College. While all the causes of low yields of the small grains cannot be remov ed, practically all that are of imme diate importance can be controlled in large measure by a well-planned system of crop rotation. When crops :are grown in rotation and proper tillage methods are followed, they will suffer less from dry weather than i when they are grown continuously. | Crop rotation is usually of more im portance than the methods of tillage | used in this" respect, although both | are important. In most rotations more roughage is produced than can | be disposed of by the work stock on the farm. Hence, more animals must be kept and more manure produced to return to the land to keep up the supply of organic matter. The organ ic matter in the soil may also be maintained by growing grasses and legumes, (clover, lucerne, peas), in the rotation. Inasmuch as not enough manure can be produced on a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

| For home-made Jnm, now, be pure, I You buy it at PrtiKOLi;'s—it's pure. , The Comer. Beaufort. A representative meeting of towns ! men was held at the Shire Hall on Tues day night; Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair (con vener/presiding. The object of the meeting having been explained, several of those present paid high tribute to the services rendered by Mr W. Silver dar ing his Bojurn as postmaster at Beau fort, and said it was the unanimous opinion of the residents that he should not be allowed to depart for Rochester without some little recognition of his worth being made. Cr. Sinclair (who was elected chairman of the movement) apologised for the absence of Messrs A. Parker and G. Pringle, and moved that a presentation be ma$le to Mr Silver, and Mr Acton asked to act as secretary. Seconded by Mr M. Rohan, and carried: :The general : opinion was that a eol kut that the sppfca,neoug.'- On the »motfo& of Messr^ Muntz £nd.. Rohan, it was de'fitded that a circular be issued to ;?U"Cogne...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY? JANUARY 10, 1914. Mr J. B. Cochran (captain) presided over the annual meeting: of the Beaufort Bush Fire Brigade at the Shire Hall on Tuesday evening, six members being in attendance. Mr Cochran explained the object of the meeting, and intimated his intention of resigning the position of captain. The balance-sheet for the past year, as presented by the secretary (Mr J. D. Cameron) showed receipts totalling £18 0/9, and expenditure £8 8/11, leaving a credit balance of £9 5/10. Thecaptain was instructed to see Mr Schlicht in regard to an outstanding account. The balance-sheet was/ adopted subject to audit, and Mr Cameron thanked for act ing as secretary after having, left this district. Mr Sinclair said he was sorry* to see such a small meeting and inti mated his intention of severing his con nection with the brigade. He deplored the lack of - interest shown by the farmers in the brigade, which was formed for the protection of their pro pert...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

TWO DOSES GIVE RELIEF. " I am subject to bowel troubles, which caus pain and inconvenience, writes Mr Alfred Wane. 185, Auburn lid.. Auburn. Vic.: " but two doses of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy Kive immediate relief. I am pleased to know thero is such a safe and certain remedy aa Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Iiemedy, and'always keep a bottle handy." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co.. "Refill fnrK

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR, THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

ALL RIGHTS RBSBRVBD. THE HEIR"TO A DUKEDOM :' A ' . HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. -A By' S. W. Hopkins, Author of "On Pour Brass Plates," etc., etc. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. Lord Chester, formerly known as Gerald Lovering, and once an inmate for thirty days of the New York Penitentiary under the name of Henry Barnes, lounged in his luxuri ous rooms in the Albany, listlessly trying to pass a rainy afternoon .without the bother of going out in the storm. It was weary work, for Lord Chester missed the corn.papjor. _ ship that mal-'CJ -Tainy day often the most ^enjoyable to a man who reads. Lord Chester knew nothing of. hooks. He cared nothing" for them. Give him the real thing—life in all its rosy voluptuousness ; the club, the drive, the gaming table, or the sweet hour with some temporary charmer. These were the elements that made Lord Chester's life a i merry one ; made it worth living, in fact. "Can t stand it much longer, lie said to himself. "Wonder if Brainerd | is at the club ? Must get sa...

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