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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

IN ME MORI AM. DAY.—In loving remembrance of James Robert Day, who departed this life on 29th June, 1912. - Sadly mourned. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. KEW.LEY.—In loving memory of Thos. Kewley, who passed away at his resi dence, "The Pines," Waterloo, on 1st July, 1913. • " Thy will be done." —Inserted by his loving wife and family. VANDERSTOEL;—In loving memory of Mary Ann VanderStoel, who died July 7th, 1913.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

Wanted, useful Lad ; groom and garden. Apply dr. jackson. ~[7(or sale, quiet Buggy Horse ; _D cheap. Apply this Office. Electric Tram Drivers wanted. Permanent position ; good opening ! for smart men. For particulars write to h. W. channing, Instructor (en closing stamp for reply), 211 Lydiard Street, Ballarat. , ^• STOCKYAKi) HILL DISTRICT CQURSfNG CLUB. Nominations for chirnside trophy, to be run on Wednes day, Thursday, and Friday, will be re ceived till Monday, 6th inst., at 4 o 'clock, ^ d. r. hannah, Secy. MIDDLE CREEK SCHOOL CHILDREN'S ANNUAL CONCERT ! Followed by a .DANCE, on FRIDAY, JULY 10th, 1914. Admission—Concert, If; Dance, 1/6 extra. I. B. I. DEHUGARD. Head Teacher. SOCIETIES' HALL. THURSDAY, JULY 16th. " LAST DAYSOF POMPEII." s ■ 8,500 ft< of Films. , Startling,JRealistic, Historical. Admission—Back Seats, 1/6; Front, If. Children, Half-price. BEAUFORT DEEP LEADS G.M. CO. • No Liability, Beaufort.—a CALL, the 12th,of Twopence (2d) per Shi.re, has been made...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

BEREAVEMENT CARDS. THE Daughters.of the late Mrs. Helen Humphreys wish to thank all friends for ;the kindness shown them in their recent sad bereavement MRS. I. McDONALD and Family desire to tender their sincere thanks for letters, telegrams, floral tri butes, and other expressions of sym pathy-received during their recent sad bereavement, and specially thank Nurse McDougall for her kindness. ' "Peace, perfect peace, death shadow ing us and ours, ' Jesus has vanquished death and all its powers." " Burn .Brae," Middle Creelc.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A special general meeting of th'. above society was held at the Shirt Hall, Beaufort, on Saturday afteir.oor to fix the date of the show. ' Present Messrs C. Cushing . (presid :nt>, D. R. Hannah, J- George, J. Miller, W. Ahem, J. and M. Exel}, G.'Topper, E. W. Hughes, W. H. Halpiri (secretary), A. Parker, D. Stewart, S. Boyie, N. | Daniels, E. Fay, Seager, and VV. I. Haipin. The minutes of the annual meeting were read and confirmed. Correspondence. . - Letters were received from the Agriculsural Department, forwarding accounts for completion; amounting to £19, being £5 subsidy in connection with lectures ^nd~£14 odd subsidy for the sh<Av. The secretary apologised for the ab sence of Mr Sinclair,-who was in favor of the Autumn show, and also for Mr Lynch, who desired Mr D. Stewart elected in his stead as the society's council delegate on the Chamber of Agriculture. He moved accordingly, which was seconded by Mr Hughes, and carried. Mr Stewart, in r...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

T:^1V.UUu.E HAD DISAITEAIU^). .. Uilv tiiomhs a^o," writes .^aV j . '2 K'-icV.yh Street, Woollfthra,.. V' suffered consider . i'Vv-i io*.n|>liiint, and "my c'slcil t<- rn advertisement t • 'r Ilemeily,I decided v..' .'.'' cr* The improvement was • ^ er & fi'.w doses that we con* iv'i lv' 'lcr l'ie l*enicdy, and after c weri' indeed gratified to !• r<niMe which we bad dreaded • clirouic had disappeared. '■■'• t!. ^'miierspoon & Co. ta't'; 1av"iaii at Beaufort fc r June, as .-..■^vcdVy Mr j. McKeith, was 74 L,1;!1 j^wst iS91 oints for the satne i;st ^'ei,r- For s"'x months ivi. s 1,la5 ^'-en recorded, which is W' l^lhaif-yesr, the next lowest ^<•'3 inches ier the same months

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THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

the inquest. 1 feci!Friday afternoon, 26th ult., piitean, J.P., held an inquiry j-fees' death, Detective Roger ■ '.--l^sirfccticjr the proceedings on be ■the police. fcs Madden, contractor, said de bited been employed by him dur nfepEstfour years, and for the |'tee months on the stone-crusher. .jisgl) deceased frequently drank to j^tevras an honest, good-natured fs rj by no means quarrlesome, i^kn drinking. He believed de a brother living at Geelong. j,«aGa!l deposed that on Wednes heard deceased passing .^Gmp With his horse. He was Suddenly the singing stopped, jl'-Utropd later the horse galloped j'^ Witness got up, and as he iioyri his tent he saw another » -Samieson coming out of M heard a noise of heavy - the road, where they ;««ased covered with blood and torn. Deceased said he was i h'Uddesiredto be let down after | raised him. As they were Vfs.?,Wm bed, deceased recognised fe* ^ey did not think l\e was ij;--! tet and left him comfortable. searched for the horse, ;i>iy *our...

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THE SKIPTON FATALITY. VERDICT OF ACCIDENTAL DEATH [?]SED KICKED BY A HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

I t/sKIPTOL!^L,T nirrOFACClDENTALDEATH r'\=FD KICKED BY A HORSE. 1lfi .*fiA j tyjlV _ r - ,(1] oi Jolm -Mayas, near f I K nn Tiiursdav morning, 25(11 & »t first to s»Egr.st p; f icceased might have bc,n of foul play, but the m Det-Scrgt. Rogerson id tliat theory, and on IflSwna, » Mr Don r''«War: JP-> Khn iiplci an U1" ' l lras i'1 a position, after hear IP.li the circumstances, to record fj-rdict <i fceidcntal death. \>J fir, man was first discovered and clothes were smeared I Stlood. t-'ic eyes were blacrened, ] :fVfi tie hands -were covered ('iblnod. and the clothes,partieu .roasers, were considerably -ind covered vvth dirt, {-r/ib :acf- hat! l:een washed, the 4 e! :i horseshoe was plainly vis f, jpd subsequently Dr. Barrett ^ ik skull smashed in in a way y jcfatid a kick' from a well ^ilrarlit ltor.-«. The doctor ar ij at t: ■' conclusion that the in •v could not have been caused by j-jjjn ■ except by the aid of .jstruG nt shaped lif e a horse tf /j;ir s...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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BEAUFORT RAINFALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

BEAUFORT RAINFALL. We are indebted to Mr Jas. HcKeiuli f..r \b following interest n- informal itm us in tl> rainfall at Beaufort since 1S99. '!'!) 'CO "01 '02 '03 '04 '0,") '00 '07 VS. '0 ■Jjui., Feb. Mar. \j>i. \f:«' June .Inb Aug: Sep. Oct. Nov Dec. Ttls 181:113 180] 20 274'407 -23913-29 195j451 4141350 99jl00 277;403 1801237 -281(131 ?5i>! 91 10 ! SI 149 4G2: •202 341; 149: 73! 406' 71: •2291330 301^404 5G5 180 L17'325i ;:97'132 29:>. 29; SKI!-213 3-7i 10 107;' 12G; 94 9Ui357 144' 58 335UI2 29?! 33! 1 159,197 383'ntil .27$ 'Gh 7(i. IH-2 240 4'2 81 01 f 80.2!i 53* 9] 130 IS7 18-25.' ■3G;3:r> 309:2:'8 12«; 14:, 210; 1573 114 384' i7(; U"i291l4l Use i73!:g.-. 42!) I 70)117 lOi: 89 ioG'.> 20*> 12o 317 30 — t- x T. -J CC CO O M l— C5 Ct. —' — C-J CI ' 1910.—January, 141 points; February, 35; March 51S ; April 73'.-May.. 261 ;- .Tune, 320; July. 312 August. 225 September, 465; October. 257; Nov ember, 154; December. 183. 1911—January, 47; February, 742; March, 491;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

to Advertisers. -f®? to tne iueonveuieuce caused ^1' ;S. .^semeuts tmiug received aftev iw'^®U4t\me, we beg to notify tliat 5 TO STANDING • ^^^EMEIsTS reach us by WED* U, ^JJoraing, such alterations v. lll no^ 3\ v following issue. * ,^a ru^° sttic^ ■ ^"'^tauness to out employees. are also requested to sen A iW^VE^ Advertisements (unless the ad it™ .^?un^ *n our books must be i exception to this Rule ~\ i'.-.-i^;ttica^^i'?03t must be accompanied tsy 1 ' K PARKER, Prophietoe . '.'4

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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

MINING NEWS. ikclh-west branch reef drive of jMeraHope Co. is still in highly ! pswsb, proving that the Beau iihiis stilt maintaining its _ high te,tslhe drive progresses in its; j.rs tiKis the lead. fecstiager of the Beaufort Deep - js (Mr A. W. Moore) reports su;tkvel-No. 2 rise-North drive ■ eastoff north out 122ft ; last ; : - 'ibieefuash ISin. over back laths; /.idk2east 200ft. in from rise;, sfei 12ft. in wash. Top deck— , , dirive to 100ft.; wash dipping, " . j'sekith rails. West oil south to Aveiage values of wash treated, . ^peri&thom. "\ia imager of the Hope (Mr T. si] reportsWest branch reef Sj-te party blocking in north off ^ No. 3 rise—One party blocking rise. No. 35 rise—North . ^atended 24ft.; total, 48ft. No. ■S-Soatii drive intermediate'extend ;S.;totaViolft. ; good; working Eastend-One party panelling, iiaaiiager of the Hope Extended ~T. Ward) reports:—Top plat— f ife-West off N.W. to 30ft.; reef back laths: stopped; continued l^saae to 145ft.at times fair ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

t; -faiSDWHOOPING COUGH. ' jyt'iiamk'riain's Cough lleiuedy ;;;; dfldren, Andrew -and Beulah, jifctktil with croup and whooping ]is rates Mrs C. Colli?, Hattou r„ p,feth Broken Hill, X.S.W. " I ;:!ir:rioaii(l a better medicine for j-q'sints ami give it to my children afepatea cunlidence. I have no ria ia recommending it to every • " r S.'c liy J. R. \Yotlier>poon & Co.

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

FOOTBALL. There was a large attendance of the public at the Beaufort Park on Satur day afternoon, when the local football team met the unbeaten Ararat Holy Trinity Club, in the first round of the Ararat district junior competition. The teams fought out a splendid finish, the result being a drawn game. The locals had the best of the marking and kick ing for the first half, but thereafter crowded on the ball far too much. The visitors had the most shots for goal, and played a more open game through out than their opponents. Beaufort had a stronger team than usual, although several good men were miss ing. The visitors also left several useful men at home. The Trinity club were captained by W. Braddy, the operations of the home team being directed by J. Glover (captain) and B. Kirkpatrick (vice-captain). Mr Flan nagan, .of Ararat, as umpire, incurred the displeasure of keen partisans. Although he may have made a few mistakes, on the whole his interpreta tion of the rules was fair and im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

WORK ICJV WONDE US. " I have used Chamberlain'.* Cough Remedy for year.-;,'1 say? Mrs Elizabeth Binglmm, Kent St., Teneriff?, Q. " One of tay sons was so bad with continual colds that I really feared he vwuld develop con sumption. Three bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy worked sneh wonders that I am no longer anxious about him. When my grandchild had whooping cough I gave I it Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it! wassoon free of this distressing complaint." ! Sold by J. It. Wotherspoon & Co. |

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LABOR POLITICS SENATOR BARNES AT BEAUFORT [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

POLITIC SENATOR BA»neSAIBE Senator Barnes address * crowded meeting of elector Vay Societies' Ml Beaufort, onSaturdav night. Equally successful meeS 1 W0ieweJ ffc Raglan 011 Friday cvenS anMr H M° °ontSatfm^y Mr- H M. Stuart (president of th» Beaufort branch, P L Ci), whopresid^ ! briefly introduced the candidate ! Senator Barnes, who was acco-ty ovation and a very attentive S expressed pleasure at bavin r aaoiKT; 1 opportunity to address the elects i Beau tort. He liked to see th-i '&■> J; attend the meeting o? bo:h ■When elected 12 months r.;;>, Ci expectcd to hold his seat foA'x v^. the reason he was here now he1^ thit people made a fearful blunder n't election, when they di.l not p>i>" party or the other into pvvcr'wh sufficient strength. Hi hops.! thaut nest election thev would rectify t\ All iKaTJ . » Ul ; blunder. All the Labor members'woii i be speaking with one voice. Organisa I tions in Australia were more concrete than in any other part of the earth be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS. " I have great faith in Chamberlains Pain Balm," says Mr S. E. Hancock, J.l'-. Ivapunda, S.A. " For years 1 suffered with rheumatism in my arms .anil slioul lei's, brought on by a chill. Now an ap >licalion of Chamberlain';! Pain ]>;ilm jives me in tant' relief and soon remove? t. 1 mMmmoml Chamberlain's Pain .0 all s:ifi"t'!'era from rheumatism." Sold >y J. !!. Wotlierspoon & Co.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JULY 4, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

« I - I Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JULY 4, 1914. Mr Scott has filled the vacancy as head teacher of the Beaufort State school, caused by the transfer of JVIr Jas. Tredinnick to Spottiswood. At the Ararat Poultry and Dog Show on Wednesday, Mr W. I. Halpin, of -Beaufort, obtained'1st prize for rough collie bitch, open, and also a gold medal for champion collie. Constable M. Willis, who has been stationed at Beaufort for some months, is to be transferred to Linton. During his stay here Constable Willis has gained many friends, who will wish him every success in the future. • Mr W. H. Halpin, auctioneer, Beau fort, submitted to public auction on: Saturday afternoon the township pro pertyknown as "Cuthbertson's Bakery" on account of executors of J. Nelson Jones. f.Th3 purchasers were Messrs Stevenson Bros., of' Beaufort, the price paid feeing £210. Under the conductorship of Band master A. • E.: Collihs,Beaufort Town - Bra^s Band; placed; ati1,excellent. prograrohte' of....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

Australian Natives'iAssociation FIE Fortnightly MEETING of the Beaufort Branch, A.N.A., will bo held in the MECHAN ICS' INSTITUTE on TUESDAY Evening next, at J o'clock sharp. . . D. LINDSAY, Secretary. PROGRESS TENT, I.O.R., 43. THE Fortnightly Meeting will be held in the Societies' Hall on Tuesday next, at 8 p.m. GEO. PRINGLE, Secy.

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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WEDDING. KIRKPATRICK—PATTERSON. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

KIRKPATRICK—PATTERSON. The marriage of Mr James G. Kirk )atrick, of Nerring, second son of the ate George Kirkpatrick and Mrs Kirk 3a£rick, of Stockyard Hill, to Miss Liliias B. Patterson, fourth daughter )f Mr and Mrs Jas. Patterson, of "Roseberry," Sailor's Gully, took place on Wednesday, 24th alt. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. A.. J. Stewart, of St. Andrew's Churchy Beaufort, at the home of the bride's parents. The bride wore an exquisite gown of ivory charmeuss, with a draped skirt prettily arranged ; while the corsage was richly trimmed with handsome silk lace, also tunic of silk net and lace ; the train being caught with a lover's knot. A fine sillc bridal veil, caught with sprays of orange blossom, was worn. She was attended by six bridesmaids, all wearing pretty white frocks. They were Misses Nellie R. Ellis aa first bridesmaid, and Misses Annabel Rogers, Isabel Patter son, M. Ellis, Nellie Fraser, and Lexie Bell. The train bearers were Misses Nellie M. Anderson and...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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THE DAIRY A GENUINE GET-RICH-QUICK PROPOSITION [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 4 July 1914

4 ®®mnE cifc-r O raopoam^-OWct -—^oi'UON, Superintendent Malcolm H t, H ner, of the Holstein-Fri^' 5* ced Registry o! Attica, Vs J? ulty o! saying things in a 3 and unique way.. Here is *hat ^ .. to say regarding the dispo^l, V pure-bred sires and the va- - " cow-testing associations •.— Not one pure blood bull out 0iV that is born is needed iot Us>"; purebred herds. Sale for 1' nine must be found for grading ^ 1 or they must be either vea^' | raised as beef steers. Breeders q[^V | stems are vitally interested inaJ. 1i ing the interest of farmer-da^: | in the betterment ol their herds, ^ p there is no present better way t0 11 complish this than by the orga^; | tion of testing associations. \j^ U this plan an association is jot^ \ containing enough herds to »;■ | steady employment to a | man who remains one day ata"; It place, the cows owned by the tnef etj bers of the association being ^ t'= sed pro rata to pay the wages of ti If man employed. The person so t ployed is usually a ...

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