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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

aeasgag Hdjmmssmi MEW SEASON'S ©0©J . . I OPENING MIL¥. I ^T^fTT TEP^IS Have much pleasure in drawing attention to g their I AUTUMN SHOW, ■ DLL U.U.h .« ..W| , I, |, mi || p,. .... i i| . , j_ij I I. J. III >UlliUI. J.U,,) J IJ I 111 UUIl 1- J —ffl'--H'" and invite inspection of tlieir "becoming and reasonably priced goods. NewMiliinery, Cbstuiri^^:BiouBesV| Dress Materials, Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Shirts/ and Ties. We are Specialists in Ladies'. Men's, and Children's Boots and Shoes; and are noted for excellence'of quality, combined with low prices, Telephone 1% THREE STERLING REMEDIES:— Harris' Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza i\lix£ure, XIarris' Teething ez Cooling Powders for Children HOURS on and after NOYEJVIB.2R 1st., -12: Ordinary Week Days, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. 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, jo a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. |i i| tSjw Juvi/ 'nr IT, For Accuracy, 0 o n fi cl e n c e, S...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXIX. DICK'S NURSE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

CHAPTER XXIX. DIOK'S NURSE. ' There came a day, after a dimly remembered period of chaos and -de lirious dreams, when Dick wokevup fully, conscious and in a strange place. The morning sun streamed through a window and brightened a room that was as tastefully furnish ed as his old chambers in the Al bany. He lay in a comfortable bed, sadly thin, and so weak that he could scarcely move or talk. Three persons were looking down upon him —Mary Ferris, Lucille Montejo, and the:doctor of the King of Troy. In his dreams he had often seen the two girls hovering over' him, sometimes Mary, but more frequently/ Lucille ; and now he knew that they had been there in reality, watching like guard ing angels while he fought with grim death. "You saved my life," he whispered feebly ~ "Tell me where I am. How long ago was that night when I fought on the cliff?" "Hush !" replied thp doctor. "Don't excite yourself ; don't try to talk. You have been on the verge, of death for three weeks," but now you ar...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

"I u-cd EVEK mT BEuP head/'^V'' nc J Melbourne. Vic. but the heii<jacli» Then I saw o-i the paper, ami ihe hrst few .J for they cor.u Sold by J. K. i, tried i'hi i\

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LIME AND CLOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

LIME AND CLOVER. I • | In this abundance of talk on the ( use of lime on land, it is well for us ! to establish certain well known prin • ciples in our mind to start with, i 1. That we should not use burned or quicklime, unless thoroughly air slacked, because of its caustic pro perty whereby it eats up the humus or vegetable matter in the soil, thus robbing it of its best nitrogen holder. 2. That our main object should be to use lime in order that we may in crease the capacity of our land to grow clover or alfalfa. On these two points we must de pend for a proper; rotation, for through them we increase the nitro gen in the soil. Once get our land to producing abundant and sure crops of clover or Iucorne, then we have the key, with proper management, to further enrichment of the laud. Hence we should use ground limestone first i of all for the purpose of growing ! clover or lucerne. If we keep these i principles and objects in "mind we j will b« sure not to go wrong,. It used I to be...

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BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 28TH, 1914. (Before Mr. S. J. Goldsmith, P. M.) ALLEGED WRONGFUL DISMISSAL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

BEAUFORT POLICE COURT. o Tuesday, April 28th, iyi4. (Before Mr. S, J. Goldsmith, P. M.) Alleged Wrongful dismissal.^ ^ j Two cases in whicn extensions u±. luc summonses were obtained at last court came up for hearing. Archibald James Black v. Thos. Rogers.—Debt due (£5 12/6) > for wages and damages for wrongful dismissal. Clarence Thompson v. Thos. Rogers. —Debt due (£5 12/6) for wages and damages for wrongful dismissal. Mr M. Lazarus appeared for com plainants, and Mr S. Young for defendant. Both cases were taken together at the request of counsel. Mr Lazarus opened at some length, and said the delay in hearing the case was not complainants' fault. The claim was made under the shed-hands' agree ment between complainants and defend ant, whieh he read. The P.M. asked what was the proviso for damages. Mr Lazarus said the ordinary rule of law applied in the event of a breach in the agreement. The case appeared to arise out of a misconception on the part of the manager as to a shed-h...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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(All Rights Reserved.) —THE—Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

^ . (All Rights Reserved.) '< ' ,—; THE —; Secret Island. ft Story of a Strang© and Exciting Adventure, By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthew Quin," "The Curse of. the Cardews," etc., etc. . v PART 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. A silence fell on the two, and thus they stood for a brief space in the moonlit, scented garden, their eyes downcast, their ears deaf to the mur mur of the sea and the echoes of' dis tant revelry. Speech would not come to Dick. He was thinking of the poor girl's words, and to himself he ad mitted that "they were partly true. He had been, carried away by en thusiasm and hope, but now he was face to face with sound reasoning. There might be no secret exit — no steam-launch. And even if he found them, and within five weeks, a thou sand things might happen to prevent escape from the island. " Mary, I will be frank with you." be said. "You are right ; it is more than.doubtful if I can discover this hidden passage out of the lagoon. But I can sti...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE FARM AND DAIRY. WHEY OR SKIM MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. y WHEY OR SKIM MILK. The relative value of whey and skim milk for the purpose of rearing calves or making pork is an ever green topic for dispute in dairying circles. Generally the varying deci sions are arbitrary, and the result of casual experience, and therefore a test made at the Ontario Experimen tal Station is very interesting. Five groups of pigs were taken for the purpose of demonstration. To group 1 was fed about of skim milk to every pouml of barley and frozen wheat, to which pollard was added. That was called meal, j and every group got the same meal. ' Group 2 was fed an equal quantity in pounds of butter . milk and meal. Group 3 was fed common cheese fac tory whey in place of skim milk, and | the same ration of meal. Group 4 was fed whey that had been run through the separator to take out the butter-fat (three-tenths of 1 per cent per lOOlb), and meal as the rest. Group 5 was fed the same quantity of meal and water for their drink. - ■ The skim milk ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

CHAPTER XXVIII. THE FIGHT ON THE CLIFF. | The Spaniard and his companions were unprepared for what happened next. Dick had listened to the words of .doom—words that eoomed to burn his brain like fire—with feelings that defy description." It was a dreadful fate that he was about to meet, and he knew that the sh'arks would in-' deed hide all evidence of the crime. But even more torturing . than the' fear of death was the thought of his enemy's triumph—the knowledge that the ruffian would' liv6' to pursue his evil designs unmolested/ As the vision of Mary's scornful face rose before his eyes, goading him' to mad ness/ the young Englishman put all hie strength into one fierce effort to free his arms. And with savage de light he felt the strained cords loosen and slip. It was just.then that Montejo step-, ped aside, having finished speaking." And almost at the Bame instant, be fore the fatal sign could be given, Dick whipped ! his right arm free, shook the. cords to the ground, and tore ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 2 May 1914

CHAPTER XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. From a troubled dream of far-off ( England, in which things real and unreal were strangely jumbled to gether, Dick was suddenly wakened by a gentle shake and by the sound of his own name softly pronounced. He sat up in bed, half persuaded that what be had felt and heard be longed to his dreams. But he was quickly undeceived. By the moonlight that streamed through the window he saw the figure of a man standing over him—a man whose features were in too deep shadow for recognition. "Is it you, Volborth ?" he asked, jumping to the conclusion that his visitor was the Russian. "What's wrong ?" "It is not Volborth," was the whispered reply, "but it is a friend. Hush ! Slake no noise. Do I address Monsieur Valentine ?" "Yes, that's right," said Dick. He observed that the stranger was a mere lad, and that he spoke with a foreign accent. "Who are you? What do you want ?" he added. "I want you, monsieur. You must come with me. It is for the sake of the ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OF FRUTT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

the orchard. nomekcutbee op ^ I parti0®«w^E ^ I ••What's in a name?" To tue oil dinary individual it may be a maU^f ot very little consequence ^ apple is called bj, and provide it hi sound and fit to eat, one name fflrI •be as gocxl as another; but to til nurseryman, grower and dea]tt J| often becomes a matter of great m-i portance. 1 A.t present we find that manj t(l wbat v?e term the standard ya.| rieties of apples are known unfe! different names in the various StauJ and even in different districts oM have local names. This leak to coj fusion, and often to serious derstandinst. For instance, the Scarlet NMpati>1 is known as the Winter Pea^ Scarlet Pearmain, and sometimes ^ Cox's Orange Pippin ; also the G01 den Reinette is called Adam's pea main, Summer Pearmain, King pjp. pitti etc, and many other variety, are known by various names. ' . This is very unsatisfactory, antlin the case of ordering nursery stock - making contracts for certain varie ties of apples means much confusi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

A Warranted Cure for all Acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex. Theso famous Pills also cure Oravel, Pains in the Back, and all Kidney Disorders. Free from mercury. Forty years' success. Sold by nil Chemists and Storekeepers throughout tho trcrld. CLARKE'S B. 4!.f| PILLS. rjiHE BALLARAT TRUSTEES, EXECU 1 TORS and AGENCY COMPANY, Limited. Office—Camp Street. DIRECTORS. John Macleod, Chairman. Hon. J. Y. McDonald, M.L.C. Frank Herman. . J. 1>. Woolcott, J.P. Dr. Robert Scott George Lewis. . - John Glasson, Manager. THIS COMPANY ACTS 1. As Executor and Trustee in a Will. 2. As Trustee in Marriage and other settle ments. 3. As Attorney under Power for Absentees. 4. As Attorney for absent Executors and Trustees. 5. As General Agent. Trustees in Estates can transfer their Trustee ship to this Company. Executors appointed in a Will can transfer to this Company before Probate is applied for, and subsequently. IT IS YOUR DUTY TO MAKE YOUR WILL. And D...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

Department of Public Works. Melbourne, 21st April, 1914.' rpENDERS will be received until J.. Twelve o'clock on Thursday, the 14th May, 1914, for New Building, State School, 1137, Eurambeen. Deposit, £5; Security, 5 o/o. Particulars and Conditions may be earnt at Public Works Office, and at ^he Police Stations, Beaufort and Ararat, rhe lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. F. HAGELTHORN, Commissioner of Public Works. LOCAL LAND BOARD. QCHEDULE of.* Applications to be lO dealt with at the Court House, Beaufort, on Tuesday, 19th May, 1914, at 10 o'clock.—Parish of Langi-Kal-Kal —Geo. Boyd, for allot. 18, sec. D, 15 acres ; Geo. Boyd, for allot. 19, sec. D, 6 acres; J. F. Maibacker, Emily Mai backer, A. R. Boyd, Jas. McErvale, W. J. McErvale, G. A. Russell, senr., G. A. Russell, junr., B. A. H. Russell, A. E. Russell, W. P. Trengove, all for allot. 20, sec. D; Alex. MacPhie, David MacPhie, Jane MacPhie, W. F. Rasdell, W: A. Kelly, J. C. Roxburgh, R. G. T. Roxburgh, John Grant,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

1m tssi III BR< ' Tie Grandest Remedy for COUGHS aiel COLDS A- dose or two io generally (sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD by all CHEMISTS and STORES "" Sv * p. „ . , «. . Ijl U% E R A L REFORM. ■ Established 1860. .A. EL S-AJSTDS. (Late Wm. Baker), UNDERTAKER, Opposite the State School, Neill Street, Beaufort. Hearse and other requisites supplied in town or country. . Funerals of all classes furnished at the lowest possible charges. _ • Post, Telegraph, and Telephone Mes* ;^.^age8 promptly attended.to.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

MOST ENTHUSIASTIC, , , i ' I have tried Chamberlain's I'ain Balm and found it invaluable for sciatica." says Mrs E. Humett, 67 Wicksteed • Street, Wanganui, N.Z. " I Jiavealso found it a wonderful healer for cuts/ I don't think you will find anyone more enthusias tic over Chamberlain's Pain Balm than I am.' Sold by J. K. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

33 XJ.X LDERS AiTD : C Q NT R A CTORS* HAYELOCK STREET, . : *B E A UFO R T. Estimates submitfce^^ror --all work . . ' ; * \ building line. Printed and published by the 1'roprietor Aktuur Pakkki:, at the office of The , llipomlii.rB ■ Ad wale . ii€-.vspaper, Law rerne Street," Beaufort, Victoria. )

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

MINING NEWS. The manager of the Hope (Mr T. Derrick) reportsWest branch reef drive—Resumed driving and extended 16ft.; total, 1099ft.: good working conntry. One party blocking in east off north. No.^ rise—No. 3 east off south extended 16ft.; total, 32ft. ; 3ft. of wash; payable at times. West off north off west off north extended 30ft. ; total, 226ft.; 4ft. of rough wash ; highly payable. East branch reef drive—One party blocking and truck roading. The manager of the Southern Hope (Mr J. Daniel) reports East cross cut "advanced f( r week 24ft.; total, 389ft. No. 1 bore through to wash 22ft. from rails; prospects fine gold. No. 2 bore through to wash 32ft. ; bore up again end of week. The manager of the Beaufort Deep Leads (Mr A. W. Moore) reports:— Main east level extended to 368ft. in ! strong reef. No. 5 bore 36ft in from No. 4 ; through to wash at 23£ft. over back. No. 1 rise—West off north to 160ft. ; fair prospects. South off west to 52ft. ; wash gone under floor of drive ; poo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

liili from any such disease as ECZEMA, SCROFULA, BAD LEGS, ABSCESSES, ULCERS, GLANDU LAR SWELLINGS, BOILS, PIMP LES, SORES OF ANY KfNJ), PILES, BLOOD POISON RHEU MATISM, GOUT, &c., don't waste your time and money oh use less lotions and messy ointments -'which: cannot get below the surface of the, skin. What you want and wliafc you must have to be permanently cured is a medicine that will thoroughly. free the blood of^'tJie^ijols-l ononis" matter \vhicli aiw:i c is- t!:-j ' of all your suffering. . . •1 T A ID Tr HTl? BLOOD M IITUBU, THE WORLD'S BEST BLOOD PURIFIER, is just such a medicine. It is composed of ingredients which quickly attack, over come, and expel from the blood all iui; purities from whatever cause arising, and by rendering it clean and pure cail be relied 011 to effect a complete and lasting cure. Here is a good proof of its eilicacy Mrs M. Cousins, of 187, Twyford Avenue, Portsmouth, England, writes . " Some: _ tune ago L had au ao cideut to my left foot (r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

A GROCER'S RECOMMENDATION. " For the past twenty years." writes Mr R. Harrison, Grocer. Parramatta Rd.and Catherine St., Leichhardt, N.S.W., "I have been a sufferer from Diarrhoea, and although I have tried various prescriptions have found nothing relieve mo like Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. I always keep a bottle for my own use at my private residence and at'my store." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort.

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[?]FORT THISTLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

ol the He.iutcin <1 ifeiietvd meeting l'th-ivii^' infinite on Frular - ;«-VT',t? (^r J tlA-cllpM,lle l"iwir Inwrffid (nun the judge 0f luhcsfwtsfilr Morrison), and l ^sofifie Rallar.it and Geehng Pipe Bauds, thanking K{S i-fcquiM forwarded and the f^lvniniein tliL'V had received at tj^i f>fi'r Monday. A circular i!k South St. Society, WZsrJ}. and N. Tail wrote asking Titnah "P locally the Harry Lmi in Ballamt. I^members «vre proposed. ^; c«fJ/'eo/itwi -jvitii vi ;'dvt}' a-iefcuionsj oh* -fciktcr'j js pnictited by the secretary, j'r Vv'iviiM'iij, Hvro received. The ^iag- Iwl.-.rk-e sheet showed re (.-■tiGg'i'iu 7,6, and o.V|n-iuliiun. :v;,ii'9b' 14.V?. leaving a credit iv'Wj j- The receipts at Hie Uvl!eJ£fj 17/ and the expeudi- j tosiiy the sum of £11 11 1 f'lietakings at the quadrille ■£;. and I lie disbursements / Tjsraija profit of £5 15/6. The I fjfav.itiTL-iii! (i'30) was reduced ^;;5ti5ii ciiht.wdiuif account of — >fi< I Uf ri'inarkeJ tuai wt i- -- ....

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HEALTH OF BEAUFORT DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 9 May 1914

HEALTH OF BEAUFORT DISTRICT. : At the monthly meeting of the Ripon shire Council on Monday, Dr. A. G Jackson, health officer, reported a: follows With regard to public healtl , matters within the North and Wes Ridings of the shire during the yeai 1913, I beg to bring under your- noticc . the following facts and figures 'Vita statistics (birth and death " regis trations)—The total number of deaths registered in the two ridings was 78. Of these, by a coincidence, the sexes wertf exactly equal in number—39 male, 39 female. Registrations according to district were as follow ••—Beaufort and district, 59; Waterloo and district, 11; Raglan and district, 8; total 78. The deaths registered totalled 31—males, 19; females, 12. The registrations accord ing to district were—Beaufort and dis trict, 21 ; Waterloo and district, 9 ; Rag lan and district, 1; total, 31. In the case of both births and deaths the num bers were about the usual local average. Analysis of causes of death.—Beaufort district...

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