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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

THE CLOSE SEASON. j For the whole year.—Tits, wild turkey, emu, white cranes, fantails, mopoke, laughing jackass, ibis, kanga roos, lurks (all species), lyre birds, mag pie larks, native bears, owls, platypus-, robins, curlews, and swallows, wild pige ons and doves of all kinds, black swans. From 1st August tili n 30 a.m. on 1st February.—Quail of ail kinds,, except California!) quail. From 1st July till 5.30 a.m. on 1st February.—Wild ducks and teal of all kinds, wild geese of all kinds, coots, gang-gang cockatoos, magpies, native companions or Australian;cranes,1 land rail, plovers (except southern stone plover or curlew), honey eaters (except wattle birds and leather heads). It has been decided that opossums shall be protected in nil parts of the1 State throughout the year,' instead of for the six months ending 31st October. The Game Department considers that it will be two or three yejirs before there will be a break in the close season. Owing to the exceptionally high prices ru...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

WANTED, with Team, WHEAT CARTING, within 30 miles of Beaufort. Address, WHITING BROS., Beaufort P.O. lyriSSES JACKSON resume tuition, J.M. Violin and Piano, Saturday, Jan. 10th, 1914, at their residence, Stuart Street, Beaufort. NNUAL CATHOLIC SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC to BALLARAT, to be held on WEDNESDAY, January 14, 1914. Train leaving Beaufort 9 a.m., returning leave Baliarat 8.10 p.m. Tickets—Adults, 2/6; Children, 1/. To be obtained from Mesdames Collins, Roberts, and Kirkpatrick, Miss Conway, Mr O Sullivan, and Secretary. Holders Df Railway Tickets are entitled to free rides on Steamer. A. M. CUSHING, Hon. Secy. A MEETING, to consider the advisa bility of winding up the BEAU FORT DISTRICT BUSH FIRE BRI GADE, on account of the small interest shown by the landholders and the general public, will be held in the Shire Hall, Beaufort, at 8 p.m. on TUESDAY even ing'next. . J. B. COCHRAN, Captain. "O"OPE EXTENDED G-M. CO., NoLiag XL bility, Trawalla.—A CALL, the 11th, of Twopence (2d) per...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 10 January 1914

Mr F. Day recently left Beau fort for Ararat, where he has obtained a position as assistant guard on the railways. His many friends are pleased to learn of his success. Mr A. W. Moore, manager of the Beanfort Deep Leads, was taken seriously ill on Tuesday, but is, we are pleased to learn, pro gressing favorably. .Jas. II. RidiKUT.soN', I'liunl.'i'r and Tin smith. Windmills eivuted awl repaired : ui'otylonc yas installed. All sizus tunks 011 hand, or built to order ; 100 to -10,000 gall ons.—Ncill Strcot., opposite llank of Vic toria. For Printing of all kinds, that look& neat, is executed cheaply and promptly, and meets with your requirements, try the "Advocate" Office, Lawrenco Street, Beaufort. A Parker, Printer. Beaufort.

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BEAUFORT STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

BEAUFORTSTRIKE. • ., r—• ' The fact that several strikers hav§ returned to work and the lack-of funds with which to carry on have brought matters with re-! gard to the Beaufort strike to a' head. About 80 Beaufort andi Waterloo miners held a mass meet ing at Waterloo on Sunday. The meeting, which was held in camera, lasted about three hours. The outcome was that the follow ing resolution was carried "That the officers of the federa tion, together with the branch officers, be instructed to seek a conference; with the boards of the various companies as to whether a settlement satisfactory to both sides can be brought about." It was suggested that' the conference should take* place about Tuesday or Wednesday, but it was subse quently.-; arranged for Friday at Ballarat.- "Addresses were deliv ered by Mr Howes (president, of the State. executive of the F.M.E.A.), T. Jude (secretary), J. Largos (vice-president), J. J. Northey (secretary Ararat branch), G. Richardson (presi dent), W. E. Fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

,,-V I^Y^TO NE^TRAUTS£ ' DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. 1 ^ Few people besides physicians realise the importance of keeping the food contents of the stomach free from acid fermen tation. Healthy normal digestion can not take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by acid and wind—the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and the acid neutralised. For this purpose phy sicians usually recommend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend bisu rated magnesia because it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after effects, and instantly stops fermentation, neu tralises the acid and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. The regular use of bisurated magnesia —be Bure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value—is an absolut...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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PRESIDENT AND COUNCILLOR. ACCUSATIONS AND EXPLANATIONS. LEXTON, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

PRESIDENT AND COUNCILLOR. ACCUSATIONS AND EXPLAN ATIONS. ... Lexton, Tuesday. Before the'business of the Lex ton Shire Council was entered upon on Monday the President (Cr. Laidlaw) said he felt reluc tantly compelled to refer to the way in which Cr. Yates had mis represented his (Cr. Laialaw's) action in council while he (Cr.. Yates) was canvassing in the south riding previous to his recent re-election. He had, he contended, given Cr. Yates every latitude, allowing him to speak four times oh a subject at the December meeting, instead of once. In fu ture he would keep Cr. Yates within the limits prescribed by the Local Government Act. He had been informed on good authority that Cr. Yates had told electors in Waterloo and Waubra that .he | (Cr. Yates) would have done a lot I more for them but for the inter-; ference of Cr. Laidlaw. That, he (the president) declared, was con trary to facts. He would like an explanation from Cr. Yates. If his ruling was disagreed with by Cr. Yates rega...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

; WHOOPING COUGH. - . "My little boy had whooping-cough very badly." says Mrs A. Henderson", The People's Store. 47 Elgen Rd., MorninKton, N.Z. " I tried several cough medicines without any or 'them doing: him any good; then I tried Chamberlain's Cough.Rem edy, and he got immediate relief. Since then I have always kept a bottie of this wonderful mcdi- I cine by me, and recommend it to everyone." Sold I by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co., Beaufort.

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THE ROMANCE OF RUBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

Romance of rubber. pHleimous boom, oi a coupVo T-^igo, v,hen everybody v;as \--l & surplus cash on the ,'"-i <a the hevea tree, ■'buying stews in wonder tul .fitioss somewhere in the Tro nTifttt ^53 Yi^n iorgotten hy ~l£3iA tiub\ic. ■■^iWftl again monopolise pub ■■^sst cma oi these days, vrhen M is silently progress ; s fetcu the wild rubber oi the p" wd the cultivated rubber A'i- Eisveu Tropics comes to pi')a " v" ttople, wbo merely look on \J ^ at once a uaetvil every* s^sVc and a good investment, "I 'shse it is one ot the i\ 48 ^'fcll as the oldest oi for Fifteenth century j^s WA to make unronvan Udalgos oi themselves garments made trom ia Old Mexico. Yet it a years ago ■0V" surreptitiously °'C 15111 Brazil, coaxed into r2- ;•>-« glass at Kew Gar filietwaids transplanted " V.^3 ttaQI1g the tea-bushes oi i''. Woved to yield mar ' Ktteased that that Hs^.8^5 w&s destined ^ a commercial - 1 n- historic shipload ■ ■ :;ri'f..lav® allowed to ^-teiaior, y^em...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

■.ir C* T ' |Vi I 11 J <•» t~+. I pU k \ h-d*^ i p{ Large? Experience fscomniend ji ll " i WV« U„ £:a.e'ra j ^|JUwi2 vj o d i..kj ( - £*S33££J3£2££S£3KS£S ! 1 lllilP: • I tiay^.-K^vg3 S Ho thsif- ^Patients. , WwiHERlNE KORT1NG '■jMws Sifts. 'fruswwck. Vic.. JatttSmCd-lJlZ): .. J IKS TONIC LTD. \ "Itavirilmg about tbe ,, i csslcl sood CLWi£MS u \ Bit ks doue my daagh- 1 j ... j la. laliMKy last year, n \ I-'. v«$ operated upoa iot '' Sk was cigU ! vuki a tk kspitel, taid > tiEi i<m «ry weak and S ofe. Igwe kr several ' Hilts lit Ckments Tonic, j ll '.Ka ttogitaned W ,.! tma, *k vrea as well as 1 i W-biiUtr Woie long. I taalwi ytm ago I iirst as £ nurse j "j We KcomaeBoed it | fei MUhrakr. I have ■ lia^Kjltvci'titediolisaltli bless iV.e &J Uiy oi it. U wt; k'vi lo >lo good. tWHEMSE KQB.TIUG.' »<««« k n ! "It •Slli!liU'V->. V. ■ \ ,n '••'•:•• >■ • ■ jVl. ^3S--; $cy.;; ^SrT"

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THE DISAPPEARING WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

ji8E DISAPPEARING- WHALE. | . 4 Ifa practical extinction of the ::i:a and Greenland whale fish kf abundantly proved, says •i! thirteenth annual report on :2ri?s issued by the Board of Vk'jlture and Fisheries, the dan \> of the total extinction of .the rj* through "over-fishing." It Lsf{ remembered, too, that this pit was brought about by moons t'L-open boat and hand-harpoon kads, which are now obsolete, p Greenland whale was a com 'jraively sluggish and timid ani '1 .hose capture by the method ;&red to presented little difficulty ■fefa the rorquale. and other spe 'J we not only too swift, but isiageroijs, to be attacked in the pEsuer as the "right" whale. . ra the introduction, however, of /tarpoon with explosive shell, .pifged from a cannon mounted }i; tars of a steamer, the con p-s sere entirely changed, and ^ tjicies formerly' immune from at •■■•|Scodd now he hunted with im S'y f isslt of this revolution in piiinwis uuder which the fish (kM be prosecuted is seon in ,»E...

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THE CLOSE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

THE CLOSE SEASON. A- ■ For the whole year.—Tits, wild turkey, emu, white cranes, fantails, mopoke, laughing jackass, ibis, kanga roos, larks (all species), lyre birds, mag pie larks, native bears, owls, platypus, robins, curlews, and swallows, wild pige ons and doves of all kinds, black swans. From 1st August till 5.30 a.m. on 1st February.—Quail of all kinds, except CL.iforniau quail. From 1st July till 5.30 a.m. on 1st 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 stone | plover or cnrlew), honey eaters (except wattle birds and leather heads). It has 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 will be a break in the close season. Owing to the exceptionally high prices ruli...

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THE KING OF THE BORNEO JUNGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

0 KlH© OF THE BORNEO JUNGLE. . .j the animals which inhabit J::L? Borneo jungle, the ape, iS the orang-outang is ; '"'f &s- xt is a most i!ltei""1 si'ht to natch -an orang-ou *%ike i,s woy thrm,£h the ! % °It walks slowly along the , [l^raBCto in a stooping- atti- . !f aused by tbe length of Us ; izi the shortness of its legs.. | ^K„-re those branches which in--! -liseie wtb ihose 0I" a neiff}1' j •rice tr«, on approaching which . i r.r-relciies out its Jong »ri"s. and, i r^iEf the bo«g^s opposite, seems j I ;^7"to"siiafce them as if to test J j !>-ir s!rai£tJi, and then deliberately j Ifoitiigitscli across to the next j j ^ trhicii it walks along as be- j ("jf^not jump or spring as rnon | w csiisUy . dOi and never ap )£* .Jiurry itself, ualess■ in dan— jf£ yet, in spite of its appar rLj slotr movements, it gets along % pricker tian a man running sin^l the forest beneath. fe tradition of the Dyaks, the pi ;glt kh of Borneo, is that there j C5 sninwl in the jungle that : j...

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LADY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

1ADY FARMERS. _+ £>cdgewick, a community in thai district of the Western Canauig" prairies, known as Central Alberts, is six -thousand! miles distant from Great Britain, but it is the locafe of a colony of settlers froni the oif Country who were attracted to tfcs ready-made farms prepared here L: the Canadian Pacific Railway. Most of the farmers under fe scheme are married men, but on unt of the farms on this colony are two bachelor girls (they are too youogto be referred to as spinsters}. To t'c:= farm, Mr. H. A. Kennedy, a *r!i known writer, recently paid a visit. I'Twcl.young ladies." he says, "at? working in partnership. They find 30 difficulty in the arrangement, thews the average farmer out there asb~r:; you that partnerships are nn»en able in such a business. Each niem ber is responsible for her own depart ment, but is always ready to the other. 'Miss Witt rick loci;; fu tile dairy and the lioiue,' said & partner, Miss Jack May, 'and she ;• a beautiful butter maker...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

! -"-'a**"" e»| it iiriiM nil? L3 ! to 57g "**■ WABEHOUSjg). ;, /s COLiiwj STftEET, MELBOURNE. 5)A|^j %lfifj ■ . „ - '^J U UU \$UU \ % °F WoeC'SlSeO, QKINS, TALLOW AND GRAIN WQajfcY. k ;■ ^VAXCES OK r£ie DNSmNG CLIP OF WOOL ^ & Hel6fra$to or Shipment to koadoa. : Qtt gtoiggy as seiHsg Broltero

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WOMANKIND WITH [?] TASTES. TYPE THAT MEN ARE [?] NOT TO WED. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

TASTES. A large and !ashionat),s audience la the ViUuv.ju where her Royal HiShS{'s oi Sarawak preside when Mr. James IVacl^-' turalist, spoke oi "\\U1,,' tustc in miillntry" ?,.t a iurther the YiiUl Birds' A.ct. rcccnUy bet ore Tatllj Highly educative t0i was the conversation a( . tvMe group tit the close turo. "Lot a man wear of his woman !t\^ will get a sure index \rj : man's ch&ratter ; 1 have i 1 od by many men lot x^l i marked n society hoslets, I "Why 1" inquired a d»kv] I "My dear," said the *<■._ | world, "it has saved Vt? (low from taking a \if! .The beauty oi the til)teVr| give a man no credit 4„ reading from the things &f 1 so the man made wise tji gets them at an 1 X never trouble to \wv, I I vampire man (though, ! strange provision o! I vampire woman pos£«s>$ ) | of divination that piokisJ \ him from a match—ha • 1 dove, yoor thing'.) Is^l I serving man, whose «« 1 pleasure to open." "I point him the hat, at' thing," pursued the foir and I ...

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ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

[ ADVANTAGEOUS BUYING. I You have heard of the man who buys his ice in winter time and his ' coal in the summer, time—such a pur chaser invariably saves mouey. ! The principle involved is to buy when the other fellow is most anxious to sell, and to sell when the other fel low is most eager to buy. Those "'.vho would take full advan tage of market conditions in the buy ing and selling' of household necessities, j live stock, machinery, etc., ar.e con stantly on the look-out for opportuni ties presented through the" local ttd /ertising rne-Uutn.; ■ Are you aiorb to th'o opportunities which the-adverti;:3.?ig. oolutnns; of;' the ,Ci Itipoiisliire " present.?i:; -r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

IT NEVER FAILS. - " For years v/e havo been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy.".says Mr Herbert H. Woodhead, Wen.twovth, N.S.W. " Wo have six children, and never use ut-jihincc else for the treatment of coughs, coltls and bronchial complaints. I confi dently recommcnd Chtimbcrlain's Cough Remedy to everyone, more especially ta parents who, like .myself; have young children's health to safegruard. It never fails to tzivo relief in all cases." Sold by J. R. Wolherspoou & Co., Beaufort.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

Throat Affbcjtionsand Hoahseness.— All suffering- from ifrltatibn of tho throat and "hoarseness will bo .agreeably surprised at the almost iinuio'i'Kite relief aflorded by the use of Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenpes" are now sold by most respectable chemists iii this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial ailectious, cannot try tliera too soon, a* similar troubles, if allowed to progress, rosult iu serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic Affections. See that the signature of John I. Brown ic Son is ou every wrap per. Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Huston, U.S.'A. EuiopeanDepotj33,FarrInp: don .Road, lindon, England. AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. " Mrs Winslow's Soothing. Syrup " for Children Teething. Should always be used for i Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direc tions for Using- Mas Winslow's Sooth ing Svrup.—For a chi...

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

THE GUN. "V ■ — The opening match of the Beaufort Gun Club (which was recently re-organised) was held at the new ground near the ceme tery on Wednesday afternoon. There was a large attendance of the public. This was doubtless due to the fact that the set of clay-bird traps (donated by Dal gety & Co. to encourage the mem bers to use Noble's ammunition) were used for the first time. The traps are worked from a pit, with an embankment thrown up, which obscures them from view. The clay-birds are disc-shaped and are released by means of a. spring. They rise very swiftly arid at various angles. The traps are said to be capable of throwing them 90yds. The local shooters did not shape very well with the new game at the'C^ts^and"%ere subjected to much good-humored chaff by the spectators. An ex hibition by a representative, of the firm (Mr James) of what could be done gave the competi tors confidence. Before the after noon's shooting was over the locals had improved wonderfully with ...

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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 17 January 1914

IflFOHfMFALL. -Itjieifclto Jlr Jus. 3fcKc-fch for th - ■ite'C-i" information as to th ^fcafort siuco lSW. i —- ^ J? ft 1)1 li'i'S ;04 W Oo u? 08 09 : %W jtojSSO 335,:5«i20S:36:Sr5 fJ& ©M' 404 r29S.S3;j 125 i-Ml 838 !;'lxWj5w'l80Sod2i>$ 817:1SB! 143 I07;302:240.67S• - j-i^r.Iilfoir.ia; February, 35; March Bs, XI; June, 320: July, S12 k5 fejtfinber, 453; October, 257: Nov is ftujber, iS3. terfi; Fetor?. 742; March, 491; ;!!i;^1;June,2.-3; July, 1S2; August. sste.S; October, 205; November, 40.' o'; Februsr:, 40; .March, 259; Jose. 293; July. 155 Autr :.sJ5«te|l3; Oetoher, 119; Novem* , 1918.—January. 75; February, 193; March, 362 : April, 192; May, 204; Juno. 189; July, 162; Aug ust, 316; September, 317; October, 112; Novem ber. 2GS; December, 119. Averngo j)isr —1900, 2d !)2 ; l'JOl. "iii.Stl. :)u-. 25.02; 1003,' 25.57 ; 1904, '27.70 ; 1005, 27.01; 1900, 27.80; 1907, 27.o'J ; 100H, 2<U»1. 1309,29.69:1910. 29.54; 1011, 36.01; 1912, 25.13; 1913. 25.39. ?

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