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A DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEIGHBOURS SAlD HE WAS A DYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

DYSPEPTIC'S LIFE SAVED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED 15Y A SIMPLE ANTACID. NEtGllBOURS SAlI) HE WAS A DYIN<} MAN. Chronic indigestion and sickness after food autl severe p:iins were all quickly cured by a very simple remedy in the case of Mr It. Savigan, 11, Gloucester Street, Uar nardtown, Nowport, Mon. In a letter re ferring to her husband's illness, Mrs Savi gan writes : '' He did not know wliat it was to eat a meal without it hank," which appears to have been ills eqr ? -'iiiOn-. for a considerable time, until his vyf while reading a, ladies' paper,saw> jT - <a-y bisur ated magnesia recommended i6r indigestion, and obtained a small quantify so that her husband liiyht try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigsii^rea-t. relieftunl fef.ore he'had. .finished -tJie -first supply the trouble .was practically cured. To use Mrs Savigan's. own words He can eat his food and is looking splendid, and can do his work ; in fact, all the people about here look...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

For Printing of all kinds, that looks neat, is executed cheaply and promptly, and meets with' your requirements, try the "Advocate" Office, Lawrence Street, Beaufort. Throat affections and Hoarseness.— All sufl'ei'inn' 1'roni irritation of the throat and hoavscuess will be agreeably surprised at the almost iniiat« reliofafforded by the use "of 11 Brown's Bronchial Troches."" Those famous " lozenges" are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " hacking cou;jh," a " slight cold," or bronchial allections, cauuot trj\ them too soon, a= similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result iu serious Pulmonary and Asthiuaiie Affections. Sec that tl<e signature of John I. Brown A: Son is on every wrap per. Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, U.ir.A. Euiopcai: Dopot,!)lf, farriittv d< a Uotid, London, Enp;laud. WRITES THIS LETTER TO TO ALWAYS USE WHEN OUT OF SORTS OR NERVOUS More thes csy other this dccuneot prorcs tb« ve...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

IT HAS NO EQUAL. " I liad cramping pains in the stomach, and noth ing' irave mo case." says Mrs A. Jones, Main Rd„ Mt. Clear. Vic. " As a number of my customers swear by Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Rem dy. I thought I would grive it a trial, and I got. relief after the first dose. I think there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy for pains in the stomach." Sold by J. R. Wother spoon & Co., Beaufort. : SECRETS OF A -J COMPLEXIONJPECIALIST. A SIMPLE PRESCRIPTION J BY WHICH A SPECIALIST QUICKLY RESTORED HUNDREDS OF RUINED . COMPLEXIONS? At a recent conference of specialists an interesting discussion took place in regard to the ways and means for beautifying and removing bad complexions, and the experts in this lino all agreed to the great value of what is known among specialists as Floxoiu Lotion. A well-known skin and complexion specialist present gave some wonderful instances of cases where his patients had restored their disfigured com plexions...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NORTHERN HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

NORTHERN HOPE. Directors' Report.—We have the honor to submit to youjthe financial statements for the half-year certified to by your auditors, together with the milling manager's report. Owing to the un fortunate strike of the miners, little work has been done during the half year. On the strike being declared off, the mine was umvatered and the debris cleaned up- In some instances the drives were full and timber had to be replaced, but we are pleased to say everything now is in good working order and the quality of the wash is being maintained, and from t'ni3 out increased yields will be obtained, and profits will accrue. At the south-west branch drive the wash is prospecting equal to 3£oz. per fathom. Four calls of threepence per share have been made and collected. The whole of your directors, viz., Sir A, J. Peacock, Messrs J. R. Wotherspcon, A. H. Holds worth, N. Davey, T. F. Moran, and J, McDonald, retire, in accordance with your deed of association, but are eligible for re-ele...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT GOLF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

MT GOLF CLUB. jiEijal meeting of the Beaufort %bws held at the Mechanics 03Tuesday, 7th inst.; Mr b. - - -ipmiSHit) in the chair, and -o present. . pit-sSaace-sheet for the past year ataipts totalling £108 1-8, and ■" .hoitore £145 9/9, leaving a debit ,: ib of 1ST 8/1.—Received and i-i&ing report was adopted ' ,= jisfesssm the membership of the club J ; JiiisriKS records, and numbered 69 Wu I . ]:cd5jetlemeni, although the subscription I fid sol?/fer gentlemen and 51 for ladies. .iiifSBw inter-club matches were played .^-lassdBallaiat, and proved very enjoy -,-wiUss Mt that more of these matches r-ifipei-.trcierestin thegame. At the the ir.aUer of the erection of a n: eauiiastieally taken up by the pias having been prepared, the ..•tins eet«d at a cost of £103 18/2. includ .•^ssisisd additions to original plan. To I-Jfetaiiy funds. 12 debentures of -5 •■■■fftsStsiip by members, and the balance H - b: your committee with the . i-^.-sui^mterest. At.the beginning ~ ~ D Banks, ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUNERAL OF VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

IS funeral OF fli"'serai of MrThos. Ellis, juur., J * 'Ileitis death at Stockyard Hill by J jVfaccident, on Wednesday I'f-jnst., took place at Beaufort f^2j, and was very largely at Q 2great many residents of the tawing deceased the last token fr-ct by Mowing his remains to i~i: resting-place in the Beaufort K~-j. The coffin, which was f'lii'.h beautiful floral tributes of £l-v, was borne to the grave by h Frank, John, William, and -IsEJis (brothers of deceased), L. Jsbofer-in-iaw), and J. B. Sti*au §I;e pai!-bearers were Messrs A. Son, John Eilis. senr. (uncles of if, Wm. Millar, R. Ward, G. lli" E. Halpin, and W. Hose. The xtU Stewartcondueted the Presby pHmce at the house and grave. fiS Sands, undertaker, Beaufort, Jrdtjtihe mortuary arrangements.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. HOPE EXTENDED WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

MINING NEWS. HOPE EXTENDED WEST. [ Directors' report-Mining operations. - j At the date of your last meeting all (work at .the mine-was at a .standstill ..in consequence of the striice, but we have i pleasure in stating that this vv:;s declared I off about the end of January last, and ) since then operations have been carried I (out as expeditiously as possible. The ! south .crosscut, which is being driven to intersect the gutter, is now in adistance of '280 feet, and we are hopeful of being in wash by the date of the half-yearly meeting. As the bores proved a good run of wash, it Is anticipated good results will follow. For further parti culars of the work carried out during the I period worked we have pleasure in referring you to the mine managers report, appended herewith, which p-ives full and complete details. Financial.— Three calls, amounting to 7d. per share,' were made during the term and have been well responded to. The forfeited shaves that were in the hands, of the Compa...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

THE CONCERT. The customary Scottish and national concert was held in the Societies' Hall on Monday night; the building being packed to the doors and fully 100 people being unable to gain admission. The Thistle Club hs»ve established a reputa tion locally as promoters of first-class entertainments, and Monday night's programme in no way detracted from it. Mr J. H. Robertson (chief)> who presided, thanked the public for their patronage. The stage was prettily decorated with red and white curtains, a portrait of the national bard occupy ing a prominent position and the club's motto forming an appropriate back ground. Miss M. Butler made a thor oughly efficient accompanist. The pro gramme opened to a lively overture by the Ballarat Pipe Band. A strathspey and reel wa3 cleverly danced by four prize-winner3; Piper M. McGregor supplying the national music. A quar tette, "To the Death," was vivaciously rendered by Misses Minnie Paton and Elva Rogers and Messrs Chas. Ledward and Jas. Wade...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT THISTLE CLUB. EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

BEAUFORT THISTLE CCUB. © EASTER MONDAY SPORTS. Officials.—Chief, Mr J. H. Robertson: past chiefs, Messrs A. Nicholson. J. B. Cochran. Thos. Stevenson, A. L. Stuart, and Dr. G. A. Eadie; chief tains, Messrs W. B. Glover and H. M. Hunter; assistant secretary, Mr N. McLeoa; judges, Messrs Robt. Morrison, W. J. Stevenson, W. H. Halpin. E. Hannah, D. Stevenson, D. McKerral, Donald Stewart, John Miller, A. Stevenson, and J. Galbraith; referee. Mr A. Parker; handicappera. Messrs E. H. Welsh, W. R. Glover, R. A. D. Sinclair. C. T. Crick, Geo. Boyd, and D. Stevenson; starter, Mr Win. O'Sullivan; assistant starter, Mr J. B. Straushan ; stewards. Messrs F. Taylor, A. Boyd, W. I. Halpin, H. Troy. J. B. Strauehan, K. Ward, D. Robertson, and A. Canipbell; timekeeper, Mr R. A. £). Sinclair; secretary, Mr Percy T. Stevenson. Despite the threatening aspect of the weather on Easter Monday, the Beaufort Thistle Club's annual sports gathering in the Park passed off very successfully. Had the day been b...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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SHOCKING SHOOTING FATALITY. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

SHOCKING SHOOIlijj] FUTiiih MAG'STER^ PrMn,. —- Nquirv on Friday afternoon, \\\\ •. j? f the Beauiort police station, :,<t Vi m Sinclair, J .P., DepuU'-coto^. ; ducted a magisterial inquiiy circumstances surrounding; tv.e Mr Thos. Ellis, junr., y;Y,o v,^ L J fatally shot in a stone hut at H Hill on the reorninK of the ;,rHi Y I (as reported in our last issue) v Francis Ellis, jum\, {'inT.6 Goldsmith road, Beaufort, indentify the body now h, £ ' Camp Hotel, Beaufort, Vi, late brother, Thos. Ellis. \ him alive on Tuesday, "th 6.30 and 7 a.m. Be v.-is usual spirits, and complaintd 0{ | ing from diarrhoea. 1 | reason why he should talek Wl| He had no family trouble. H» 7! year3 of age and uninami\ p iered a good deal from cranes J. stomach from time to time, uuilt,;} occasions the pains were very He was well used tofireavras.VtV very careless with them. l<- ' „ —^oa v.un them \\ |i occasionally get" out of be i r 11 have a shot at a bird a | anything that would be ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WEATHER SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

WKATHHR SICtN'5 • ~~ Tin ,l'1. When you sec a man a 'bus, expect bai • jt If lie boards i > fair" . and hiI# But i( he slip!\n he a ' mud-heap, there H - „ without , »*'? i Start out ct nA 13 and gamP, then • lot of it- . heavy But go out » a 6 - »„d it wil.be ««" • certain. , hnnle, ' 5 ■v r; i,dV>s" his UPP^ UP, balm> 'airS' ma'-' When yo" >ee jutea heavily. he'H soo^ ^ If that ^vmc -Dds with the mUk « ^ . • him awsituit. him' ^ ^ ing- the colond'5rS° ' Step ou the thurtder and there wi» * # J*. Give your g»» t„rD *» ,, > ! anrf your P^t> fef tie I A wi<lovr' Crymticli minted, r?£v**b* The arrival " dicates ers fra the Nortb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 April 1914

BOUGHT A BOTTLE. "I hail pains in my leus. which the,doctor1 said was rheumatism." writes Mr Robt. Cochrane. Builder, Waunlha. M.Z. "His lotion did me nu ;.:oocl. ;m.l 'I s-.i!r-;-v- i re.Very. I a friend usiu.c some liniment. which he told mo was Chamber lain's Pain Palm. ani nlFero-l me hi3 bottle to try it.. It did mo sn tmifh .wnd that I b.iufcht a bottle myself, and w.is inon free of all naitiH." Sold by J. R. \Vother3poon & Co.. Ucaufort. •

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. HOPE EXTENDED WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

MINING NEWS. HOPE EXTENDED WEST. I In moving the adoption of the report at the half-yearly meeting of the -Hope •Extended West Co., at Ballarat, on Friday, 17th inst;, the chairman (Mr N. Davey) congratulated shareholders tn the advance making with the work. The reef drive was now travelling under the level. A bore had gone through 7ft., of wash, giving a satisfactory prospect. The manager had put up a small pros prospecting rise, and had secured an en couraging prospect. This was about 1500 feet away from where the Hope were working towards their boundary. The ground in the Hope was improving com-; "ing towards them. They had the system of wash. The No. 2, which was believed to be Chapman's, had been proved by boring for a width of about 120ft, and gave encouraging prospects. The man ager had been instructed to rise to wash near where the small prospecting rise bad gone up. The balance-sheet for the half-year shows receipts amounting to £717 18/4, and expenditure to £673 17/, leavi...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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NORTHERN HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

NORTHERN HOPE. In moving the adoption of the report at the half-yearly meeting of the North ern Hope Co., at Ballarat, on Friday, 17th inst., the chairman (Mr J. R. Woth erspoon) said that since resuming oper ations after the strike they had cleaned up the mine and got everything into good, tip-top order. The- manager (Mr Frank Rankin) had done exceedingly well in adverse circumstances, and was to be congratulated upon what he had achieved. The mine was opening up exceedingly well, and he looked forward to it being one of the leading alluvial mines in the State. He and the other directors had the greatest confidence in the property, and had reason for it, because of the excellent prospects they were obtaining from different parts. The manager had been instructed to make arrangements for boring in the lease adjoining the one in which they were now working, and the plant and boring rods would be available in about a week's time. , The motion waB carried. The half-yearly balance-sheet ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

^Sp80UT , „ a^t.sprkvkNtion. l'§!ell,P audttHjLher Jeeause the i%fKandl0o;.p ' °r because the Nita" Tili3« alinn-V'S- oll!.uPon the icltirh ^ ,lnvariably due \'-';UCctHhjttav ;'"IJ. Me hair of its i^7*t!ie dan ] «nfc to(al or •f*ilA I'ortllith c'erm must r£T«, physicians ;H,3.°,nimposed0fiU,Rnably pre" Dces of wl'lram menthol cii0na conml > aD(* 0110 % # the p66' ^u'3 W«H i^tn, 2erni wii}nier liPq> and l^'iC thr®e days! ,nf destroyed 1^Sata,1'llS /he hair ^ill Stya hS : C^&0niaticre]a?uerta has ;:^(i feaRdordS'°ns with the '"'itovilh'ies !Mr e^American ^"•fffipP'Shragh

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[?] CONCERT AND CANTATA. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

l ihe weather con Aanything but favor = turns'» attend yfL0c at the Societies' s 'fjjiersday night, when rirerwv celebrations in 1% tiiih the Beaufort ■<Sd Sunday school were , xj-the children giving a %d cantata in aid of the '•Us. Rev- A- J- Stew-, ,'M The proceeds am % shout £11 Miss Jean capably discharged! r.C^rialduties. The child f^tiained by Misses ff. if0erspoon, A. Steven ui Smith, and Mr J. p. ' and the Rev. A. J, C'i The wanner in which 'dmers acquitted them ^0 eloquent of their care ni® and reflected the y scredit upon the ladies and jammed, Miss A. Ste j diined out the arduous ■■^manist The first £airie evening* was ; ,'fj 5y a diversified and enjoyable concert pro - cf Each'number was well fyandgreatly appreciated. . !>-3is were, as follow j • "ModelPolicemen," Sfari'er. Robert Smith, s Cj Sobertson, and Ian j" "When They ask St Your Name is," Da\ i a j^jolin solo, Jean Steven iji Could We bat Rule," ■ and Nellie Stevenson AVMerral; action song, . %5o]di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

M Cordial Invitation is extended to the Ladles of the district for a visit of inspection. Never before have we exhibited such a varie ty of the LATEST and BEST PRODUCTIONS of the Millinery De signers' Art. The Ex ciusiveness, Originality and Refinement are attractive features. V.D.-301 The Newest Style .. 'iisaiwg a combine to make a delightful fashion exhibition, and will offer varieties that appeal to every taste EVERY DEPARTMENT will offer Attractive and Seasonable Goods. Our noted Quick Service, Reliable Qualities, and Big Values place our Store pre-eminent as the Ladies' Shopping Centre. 'The House for Style and Value," BEAUFORT. 3K •• -4~ Ladies? We have the ... for the coming season in q most do* tightfui assortment. Our new pur. chases are now opened, and we cordially invite your inspection, which will reveal all the KewesS Kovelties Accepted for Popular Wear. EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY Models of the Latest Fashion, SMART COSTUMES for ail occasions, :« DAINTY BLOUSES, FASHIONABLE F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

«WSPEPTICS CAN E^lM, WANT WITHOUT PAIN 1 ''•wUwVnW of caw, slates^ al tt&ges&m, 1 !-aswa\\s\st iiiudi tro'i*>'cs are *n , J^HotV,i-,m\t. «.S the stomach }l* fate^st etinteiy to fermentation , JsAtiiitents and tlw result:'-"'- i°r* i "HUoi sal «s« «,-\ildi "irritate a^d ' j-«s feVvtave 1 u\n^ oi the stonva-cn > bS114^ the stom usVi vcaA»3> , ll^ueuvmt o: the vitat organs < r^wKpresaneon the heart an1' i- tliat9ij percent. 0 "v?iuh,either acute or chronic, I w indirectly dae to acil iev" I ^11 oi v,-\uc\i lie lias proveil caTM 4X wtoMng the acid and' '^.^ffltntation by means oi _ a | ""tv4 ktiwii amon<$ and obtain ^ <teisUts muler the n,un« i-i» \ halt »• teanpoonf ul in l/lj^lwuwdiately after eating bating tVift »\\«\itest Vn& V,<mKuto® and discomfort even «1«8. Inquiry among ^ie remarkable valnel axe cautioned to the ua.ruc is as there u.r« other 13 hearing names suntt»v 5>^®T*a' ^ut are ^ac^' | ' t -uaa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 April 1914

When the Bride j comes to Baliarat She should call at our Studio, and sit for her Bridal-Portrait. There's no delay—we have everything.in readiness--Bridal Veil, Bouquet, VVi-eath, Button- j holes, etc.; four well-appointed 'dressing rooms, electric fans i in Studio. We photograph in two positions, and submit proofs from each. WE ENLARGE ANY OLD OR FADED PHOTOGRAPHS. Send that old photograph of Father or Mother, and let us enlarge it. Satisfaction guar anteed. Size of Photo. Size of Mount. Price. 12 x 10 20 x 16 25/ 15 x 12 23 x 17 30/ Complete in newest style of mount and frame. I RICHARDS & CO., j THE WORLD-FAMED PHOTOGRAPHERS, STUR.T-SJC., BALLARAT. j J. C. DGARDEN, Prop. " r Beaufort Pharmacy. NOTICE.—On and, after November 1st, the undermentioned hours will be observed Week Days—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday—9 a.m. to 12 p.m. 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday—9 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Sunday—10 a.m. to 1 p.m. 6.30 p.m. to S p.m. Agent for the NYAL SERIES FAM ILY MEDICINES. These prep...

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