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CHAPTER XL. THE HEAD IN THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

CHAPTER XL. THE HEAD IN THE WALL. To be hanged at sunrise next morn ing ! Over and over Dick repeated the words to himself. They throbbed unceasingly through his brain when he sat down on the bench, with.his back to the wall, and tried to rea lize , what it all meant. At the time of his capture he had anticipated the worst, but somehow it was different now, with the reality staring him in the face. He had heard the sentence and he shrank from death with hor ror and rebellion. ' He was not a coward, but it seem ed to him bitterly hard to die just when the future had turned bright. He had not valued life very much in the past, but it was a thing to be prized with Lucille to share it. And to lose her ! To be hurried out of the wox^d leaving behind him the woman he loved-so passionately — it was a black and torturing thought. He did not utterly despair, it is true ; but at present, while the im pression left by. Gore's visit was so keen, he was in no mood to consider his situation * fro...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

LOCAL LAND BOARD. The officer for the Bailarat district, Mr Chas. J. Joy, last week conducted a local Land Board at Beaufort, and dealt with a number of applications. Parish of Langi-Kal-Kal.—The follow ing recommendations were made :—Geo. Boyd, allot. 18, sec. D, 15 acres—Recom mended subject to survey. Geo. Boyd, allot. 19, section D, 6 acres—Recom mended subject to survey. Albert Richd. Boyd, allot. 20a, sec. D, 52 acres—Re commended for the western portion. Wm. Jas. McErvale, allot. 20f, sec. D, 50 acres—Recommended for the rtorthern portion. Geo. A. Russell, senr., allot. 20b, sec. D, 50 acres—Recommended for southern central portion. Geo. A. Rus sell, junr., allot. 20c, sec. D, 50 acres Recommended for the south-eastern portion. - Bertie A. H. Russell, allot. 20d sec. D, 50 acres—Recommended for the central portion. Wm. P. Trengove, allot 20e, sec. D, 50 acres—Recom mended for the north central portion, subject to approved survey, excision of old gold workings (if any), and pa...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XXXIX. THE SENTENCE OF THE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

CHAPTER XXXTY. | THE SENTENCE OF THE COUNCIL 1 I It was about two o'clock in the i morning, and the lower town was i comparatively quiet ; at intervals a j distant voice, or an echoing footstep : broke the silence. This state of peace | fulness, the Russian assured Dick, was a sure sign that Carlos had not yet been missed or discovered ; otherwise there would have been a widespread alarm. ^ So the two pushed on. hopefully through . the darla and deserted streets, aiming straight for the ap proach to the upper town. They were half way to it when a significant thing occurred. A man "stepped from a cross passage, tapped Volborth on the shoulder, and drew him to one side. Dick waited in some alarm, while the two held a brief and whispered conversation. Then the stranger hur ried off, and Volborth returned to his. companion. "ft is bad news," he announced, gravely. "There is a warrant out for my arrest, and a lot of Gore's men have been quietly searching for me. They, are in the neighbou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

MANY A SLEEPLESS NIGHT. "Nothing gives me more pleasure than to j recommend Chumberlain's Cough Remedy to all of my customers." says Mrs Alice Morrison, Cr. of C;irr and Fitzgerald Streets. Perth. W,A. "My children were subject to had colds with difficult breathing, ar.d I had many a sleepless night with them till 1 tried Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Now I would not be without a bottle for any money. If my children get a slight cold I give them a dose and the cold is no more." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co.. Beaufort.

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THE DAIRY ONE OF THE EFFECTS OF THE COW-TESTING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

THE DAIRY ONE OF THE EFFECTS OF THE COW-TESTING ASSOCIATION I ^ It takes time to see a thimr on al I its sides and especially to test it: I results. It is so with these cow-teat j iQg associations. A Wisconsin sub i scriber writing us recently said tin! , one of the most important eiJtCts c I cow-testing was that it tests oat tin , cow owner as well as the coir. "Thai ■is the reason," he said, ''why }'<" ( see so many farmers unwilling-to en gage in it. They are afraid of them , selves as - well as their cows." That.1 I a pretty t sharp criticism, but iir' I confident it is a true one in ntfoj ( cases. There is such a lot of fa™1 . ers keeping cows who have no pridf [ in their business, who are willing tc j do business with a lot of inferior money-losing cows, prodded thought their neighbours did Mf know it, that it is hard to res<t them by any appeal to sound bi® j ness principles. Any other class of men would ha« a horror in keeping, for instance, ' stack of ...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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CHAPTER XLL. AT THE MIDNIGHT HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

fTWAPTTilR XT.T. A.T THE MIDNIGHT HOUR. I Almost instantly the door swung gently open, but the Russian, in stead of striking, receded a little in amazement. And both he and Dick exclaimed sharply, for thej saw be fore them the figure of a woman muf fled from head to feet in a black cloak. This she parted at the top, revealing the lovely face of Lucille Montejo. "Dick !" she whispered, eagerly. "Lucille, you here !" he replied. "Merciful Heaven, what does it all mean ?" "I have come to save you, Dick, if that be possible. Follow me—ah, you are not alone !" She shrank timidly from the Rus sian. ' * "This is Captain Volborth, my fel low-prisoner," Dick explained. "He is a friend—he is on my side. Save us both, Lucille !" "Come ; every moment is precious, Dick," the Spanish girl answered. She led the two bewildered men across the. corridor, and thence to the open, moonlit space before the prison. To the left of the. outer door, huddled against the wall as though asleep, was the sentry. ...

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[?] your District Known. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

I/Zake your District Known*, j Concerning some parts of ( liedistrict j new» conies l)ut seldom. '•'This is not j entirely our fault; we have no miracu- j lous puwvr of knowing what is happen- i ing ;il all the places within our area of j circulation. It. is the fault of residents j in the silent places. , X- j Will some man or woman take. the j ; mallei- in hand and cause the silence j j to ci;ase. • * ' i If no one else is doing it for your! district, will-you try on these lines? J .Sond( accounts of public and social ! events in your township and neighbour- ! hood, such as weddings, deaths, acci- I dents, concerts, matters touching dis- i trict industries, etc. Write the mimes of persons very j •distinctly. | I)on't bother about grammar or. i spelling ; it:s the editor's work to look j after those trifles'.. The barest skeleton { is enough. ! Write only on one side of the paper, i Give information : but let criticism i r alone. ... - j I Write your name and address on j : some, c...

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BEAUFORT A.N.A. [?] CHEIF PRESIDENT [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

: ,:^0F PRESIDENT Lrlv Meeting of the /-y, A.N.A., was Stoics' Institute inning. Twcnty Sln were in attend jj'llr Jas. Fullerton tixoipied the chair. ]frier (chief president Itfon} arrived shortly Qinpand conducted fh of the meeting, titke annual confer i-j'tf on the table. j'tfpondence was re b; metropolitan com ding for a copy Complimentary 1$ received for the 1$ branch's annual r j, Richards wrote, I:pices for supplying fa Mufoit branch's : k Tenders received : h me left in the ji; committee. Four rsi reported on the wirooff. Accounts hM6 J were passed The secretary re-, md ro making hk the annual ball Li the details being nf fhp commit § C. Broadbent was itlarance to Ararat. ;:tii said this was not j -jhieh arose very often sk and moved that ■-placed on the books i: of the visit of the : at The motion was Mr Fullerton, and reclamation. In re-. i chief president said . Kthern pleasure to M it was also a j him. He realised i-if president owed a 3try branches. Un ; lie had received...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 30 May 1914

FOOTBALL. jlxifcgof delegates representing Beaufort, Warrak, and ^Aiaat football clubs (Miners, ri Stars) was held at the Buan Saturday night, when Mr occupied the chair. A reso pKs carried that the clubs repre '^itthe meeting be formed into ySation, to be called the Ararat £ⅈtFootball Association. Mr pifoaselected independent chair ?s tk association, and Mr W. gisistary. The following were gSisabodyto arbitrate in the ^ of disputes and also to act 20 a fciemaitteeMessrs A. S. Miller D. Sinclair (Beaufort), (Middle Creek). It was de jStkt all matches in connection £'£2 vocation be played on Satur ■1-ACithe matter of arranging the ^■'«leEtin the hands of Messrs Brady and the delegates from j'3 tfubs. The meeting fcjV® mi'e5' radius to the Beau i^otarat clubs, and the Buangor clubs a ten miles' radius. s?®jay to be played for will be con McDonald (Ararat), :il'] • att°i (Buangorl, £3 3/; Mr Mms IWarrack), £2 2/, and £1 lMa the competing clubs. The -- • -■ fjnsist of home an...

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THE FARM. ENGINES ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

THE FARM. ! ^ ENGINES ON THE FARM . It will be very interesting il sia- M tistics could Ire obtained sliosinj j how engines have entered into farm-1 ing -and grazing operations. The "Scientific American" rrceat/rj stated that as far as tiie UciteJ | States are concerned, in Mil this B companies alone made upwards of 100,000 engines ranging in size froa ! 2 to 15 h.p. Eighty-seven manufac j turers reported that they hat! soli . since starting in business G55,ima gines, while seventy-six firms report ed early in ID 12 that their requi^ j ments for the year were at least j 705,000 engines. j As nearly as ran be deiermiK there are 750 manufacturers of P-'1-' . line and oil engines in the United : States, and fully 500 of these ma# I a specialty of farm engines. Tfcr ! output must be at least hall a ' lion engines a year. It is safe to£;\ j sume that there are about 2,(MiU$ gasoline and oil engines on America farms at the present time. The a®' i ber is being added to at the rate of , abo...

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INSURING MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

INSURING MOUNTAIN CLD'-"- j Owing to the large number ofs^ Clients occurring every year tain climbers and tourists in ■Alps, several Swiss insurance ®J- j Panies have established an : Policy for the bcneSt of persons 35- j ! (lcrtakii)^ these mountain «curiwK | for a premium of sixpence a s^"51 ' certain Alpine clubs offer j to their members to the saonit e j about £4 10s., with medical ! etc., included. The aaount d ® j premium is less where groups of i less nunc or ten persons are insured to?"' There is also an insurance P0'11"'^ sue<1 for the winter season ski and bobsleigh accidents iff Alps. n ; = fI I . dry a*i ^ I j To make potatoes |t^|. when baked, P»t t0 let r twice into each po ^ J : steam out. When | .skins first. ;vltJe;\ilKbeb^>p.| when cooked they {he gin#" ? brown and crisp, ^ 5o $ ■ pearance that mak^ t sing. ^

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Religious Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 7TH, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

Religious Services. SUNDAY, JUNE 7th, 1914. ! Church of England.—jtseautort, » (H.C.), 11, and 7 ; Middle Creek, 3—Rev. !w. b. Jessop. Methodist .Church.—Beaufort, 11 and 7; Chute, 3—Rev. W. h. Chapman. Raglan, 3; Chute, 7—Mr L. Waldron. Main Lead, 3; Raglan, 7—Mr C. Waldron. , Presbyterian Church.—Lexton, 11-; Raglan, 3; Beaufort, 7—Rev. A. J. Stewart. Beaufort, 11; Waterloo, 3 and 7—Mr Neil McDonald.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

(i . AFTER OTHERS FAILED. 1 use Chamberlain's Pain Balm for sore throats and nrul one rubbing relieves it," writes Mr T. Dennis? Hihitahi, N.Z, " It worked wonders when I sprained my ankle, giving me immediate relief from pain after other liniments had failed. Cham berlain's Pain Palm has also relieved me many times from rheumatism," Sold by J. It. Wother spoon & Co., Beaufort. Mr John Skilton had the misfortune' to severely gash one of his fingers whilst sharpening the knives of a chaff cutter at Wotherspoon & Co's. on Satur day morning. WANTED a useful GIRL, assist all household duties. For particu lars apply Mrs R. O'NEIL, Mawallok. USTRALIAN NATIVES' AS SOCIATION.—Beaufort Branch, No. 71. 27th Anniversary. The ANNUAL BALL will be held in the SOCIETIES' HALL, on WEDNES DAY, JUNE 10th. Supper provided. Excellent' music. Moonlight- night. Gents', tickets, 4/; Ladies free. DOUGLAS LINDSAY, Secy. HOPE G.IV?. CO., NO LIABILITY," nnENDERS will be received by the JL Mine...

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A MONSTER EEL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

AWKW^Lf J An ccl n>eas""5 the ^ (l>i feet in length caw w d fisherman who off him under the „ < body was siibseu

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

comfort, style, protection from the biting south winds, warmth and service, you will appreciate the perfect combina tion of these essential qualities of a winter garment in Tli© New and Warm V.D.—308 If ever one garment jumped into tremendous popularity quicker than another it is this Season's Sports Coats. And no wonder! They are the essence of Winter comfort—they fit every shape of figure—stout, slim, "-thin, without tightness or " baggy " looseness. They are made from materials that keep the cold out and the warmth in—they keep you warm and snug on the coldest of cold days. Aftd they are made well, look well, and wear well. In fact, they leave nothing to be desired. And they are cheap, as the following prices will prove. SPORTS' COATS VALUES. Fancy Colored Sports'Coats# nice Shades# j 2/6. Two Tone Mixed Yarn Coats# special# 21'/. Cream Silk Sports* Coats# 25/6. WARM COATS CHEAP. DRESS STUFFS. Ladies' Tweed Coats# 22/6> Lovely range Dress Tweeds, 25/. 27/6.' 1/6# l/ll yd. Ladi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

DEATH. McRAE.—On 4th June, at Nurse Macdougall's Private Hospital, Bal larat, Elizabeth, dearly beloved : youngest daughter of the late Malcolm : and Mary McRae. FUNERAL NOTICE. THE-.friends of the late Miss Elizabeth McRke are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the Buangor Cemetery. The funeral will leiave'her late residence, Beaufort, at 1.30 p.m. on Saturday, June 6th.

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STOCKYARD HILL DISTRICT COURSING CLUB. BORRIYALLOAK STAKES. DIVIDED BY BONNIE BOB AND DOROTHY WINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

STOCKYARD HILL DISTRICT COURSING CLUB BORRIYALLOAK STAKES. DIVIDED BY BONNIE BOB AND DOROTHY WINKS. The first meeting this season of the Stockyard Hill District Coursing Club', viz., the Borriyalloak Stakes; for an unlimited number of all-agts at £1 1/ each, with £5 5/ added by the club, was run on Mr E. G. Austin's Borri y.dloak Estate, Skipton, on Wednesday. Twenty-two nominators were received. The weather was gloriously fine, and as hares were plentiful and fairly strong, a capital day's sport was enjoyed.- The attendance was large; the' fair sex being, well represented.^ . Some- very fine trials were witnessed: ' • Mr ^.-Caple, as judge, gave complete satisfaction, not, a single decision being cavilled at. Mr W. Mallinson, as slipper, also performed his arduous duties well; the slipping being all that could be desired. As slip'steward Mr H. Thompson was very attentive to his work. The beating was done under the direction of the field marshals, Messrs R. G. Chirnside (presi dent)...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

<l|£ , . Published every Saturday Morning. "SATURDAYrJUNE 6, 1914. A Methodist fete will be held at Raglan, in aid of the new parsonage fund, on September 3rd. Member's of eommittee will welcome contributions. * .. The many friends of Mrs J. O'Lough lan, of Middle Greek, will regret to hear that she has h£d to enter the' Ara rat hospital in order to undergo a serious' operation for appendicitis. Miss Myrtle Pearce, daughter of .-Mr ; and Mrs Wm. Pearce, of Beaufort, has' succeeded in passing an examination qualifying her as a second class junior teacher, and secured promotion. This is the second examination Miss. Pearce has passed since Easter. The rainfall for May, as registered by. Mr J. McKeich, was 153 points, against 204 points for the corresponding month last year. For the five months 5.41 inches has been* recorded, compared with 10.26 inches for the same months of 191-3. Miss Eva Baker, who has been stationed at the Beaufort State school for a num ber of years as a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

:quicicly disappeared. " All last winter 1 had my two boys ill with very jad coiila." aays Mr g. .Archbold, No. 1.Baker Street, Lewialiam, N-S.w. " Having heardj'froni i' friend about Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, i rave it a trial, with the result that the colds quickly lisappeared. My baby. ;i!rcd four months, has a :ough now, and i sm pjvjnK him Chamberlain's Dough Remedy, and thoro iK already a decided im )rovcment." Sold by j. j>. VVotherspoon & Co., Joaufort. ' RELIEVES US OF ANXIETY. j Ever since my liltle boy David was three, I have : given him Chamberlain's Couth Remedy," says j Mrs G. A. Pax ton. Lit tie Chester Street, New Farm,. Q. "I have used it for all my children, and hjive ! never known it to fail. Many nights our two little : girls have been bad with croup. but our faith in i Chamberlain's Cough Remedy relieve:-! us of any ; anxiety. We know that one or two do:-e.i will re- . niove all sicrns of croup, and that they will be alright i in the morning," 'Sold...

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CHAPTER XLIV. CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 6 June 1914

CHAPTER XLIV. CONCLUSION. | To describe the final struggle, the j bloody carnage, the desperate fero- j (city of the combatants, the scenes i of horror, and' panic that abounded j ! in the . ill-fated town between the i ! hours of midnight and two in the morning—these things would require j more space than is available. What took place while Dick and his friends | were rescuing Mary may be passed jover briefly. ' - ... The formidable band of conspira tors, led by Archbold and Trask, | easily took possession of the passage i to the upper town, and drove back the few who opposed them until the alarm brought Gore and a large force on the scene. Then the latter, attacked with intrepid fury by the mutineers, and fighting no less valor1 ously themselves, yielded literally inch by inch, retreating over their dead from house to house,. from street to street. Meanwhile the great- j er part of the populace of the lower town, who were unarmed and not in the plot, played of necessity a pas sive...

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