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BEAUFORT FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

BEAUFORT FIRE BRIGADE. 9 Ten members attended the monthly meeting of the Beaufort Fire Brigade at the fii-e station on Tuesday, 7th inst.; Captain D. N. Robertson presiding. A notification accepting the resignation of Firemen A. Ledwidge and A. Cougle. was received from the board. Circulars were forwarded by the board in r-j |ferenceto salvage duties of firemen, duties of secretaries, and watch duties at country fires. An apology was re | ceived for the absence of Secretary Saph. Accounts totalling £3 8/6 were passed for payment. In accordance with notice, Fireman . Chibnall moved I that in the event of the Mechanics' In stitute not being available the meeting room at the fire-station be let to other societies at 3/ per night. Seconded by Captain Robertson, and carried. One new member — Wyatt was placed on the reserve. It was decided that the an nual anniversary social take the. form of a plain and fancy dress ball, to be held during the third week in August, if the hall is then ava...

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

MYSTERIOUS STOMACH TROUBLES. PRINCIPAL CAUSE KEVEALED. A great deal of mystery is made about stomach troubles, and many people go in constant dread of lifelong incapacity or the horrors of the operating table just be cause they experience pain in the region of the stomach for which they .cannot ac count. Instead of looking for the cause of the trouble, they seem only too ready to describe themselves as " martyrs to indigestion" or " chronic dyspeptics." Excessive acidity is said to be the di rect cause of more than (J0 per cent of all stomach troubles, and, according to many eminent physicians, the occasional use of a reliable antacid, sue!) as ha.lf-a-teaspoon? fal of imrc bi.sur/ited m gnesia in a little water after me.-iIs, will do more towards righting stomach derangements than all the patent foods and medicines ever in vented, because this gets at the root of j the trouble—stops fermentation of the focd contents, and neutralises the acids which otherwise would irritate and in? ...

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

LROllT^r- __ M"mM Ci^Vl0(J1>1^ COUGH. t>rp./V ''^Mrrl)'1 ('V f-ou^li lteinedy K^U 3, M rcw !Uld ^ulah, <;,*.<«<**■»*»» W ",!i'li Ur(,L-„» t,.Vol',R» Hatton 4tVcrf°n»'ul,H,i1' ^it!iil "^1'llt> ai'ii .r "'edicine for ^"iidencV0 iyi3llildrC" V fet'ommn^ r 1 'iave no 1 l'J' J. i{ \\in,s 1110 cvery • "otherspoon & Co.

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MIDDLE CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

MIDDLE CREEK, | | (KKOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) | ; The weather has been ver?| cold and wet here the last fc! days. Sunday was exceptional! cold, snow and rain falling $ and on a 11 day long. The weft was snow-clad all day Smkn and Monday. An inch and if half of rain has fallen ay Friday, 10th inst. f There was a crowded houses'; the annual school concert 0) Friday, loth July, although M weather was cold and wet }«.; Dunn, president of the school? committee, occupied the chair.| The stage was tastefully arranged» and decorated with carpet, firoij ture, and drapings, by Mrs I. McDonald. It like a cosy corner of a ' room. The programme was aj lengthy and varied one, and tfe| children performed their party very creditably. It was_ asm lows:—Overture, Maggie Faj'j opening addresses by the jiwj school; recitation, "The Cheffl j: Allan O'Brien: song, "Villa&i I Minstrels," t tie scnoui, mo tion, "The Dressed Tivkey/ljl Jack Kelly; dialogue, "Dr. Jess,"j' Tom Jess and Lizzie Franc; son...

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

SUFFERED FOR ELKVEsfYEAR? 1 " I suffered contiimoiiHly ior years with ilizzinew, ?iek headulei ! ,energy." writes Mr Ww.JoM 30 Olipliant Street, Ponsonby, Auckh;;| N\Z. " I was* recommended to trr' Chamberlain's Tablets, and after tab'/ one box I felt su wonderfully impioit!^ that I took a course of tliem, with ths^j suit that they made a new maaol~=f Now I am always fresh, vigoroM un healthy, all of which is entirely due t ■ Chamberlain's Tablets." Sold by J, M Wotherspoon & Co. j

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COURSING. STOCKYARD HILL DISTRICT CLUB'S CHAMPION MEETING. THE CHIRNSIDE TROPHY. WON BY MISS MINDAI. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

--r^uL DISTRICT l«EETING ^e0^OPHV' '' VWSSMINDAI # a. Chirn . president Mr R. G. (Jhirn fi^idents, Messrs R. G Bell, ' A. vy- S>cll9 IV. Harris, and H. M. ^ Messrs. -J. A. Har A. Melntyre, J. Ta't, 3I. Fh'Jin, J- Daly, H. J, O'Meara, YV. Warren, A. r$w J. Madden, P. Shannon, r (Camgham), D. : r'V Clarke, AsJnvorth, A. .^r jj. ifeish, C. Grist, and Dr. '^'■tfi'wards, president, v ce-pre I' ''--cretsry, Messrs. A. Melntyre, '"-"iMnin j' A. Harris, J. O'Meara, ' v iud^e' Mr J- CaP!e; 'ijrff. MaUinson; slip-ste \ ards, *"j IF. Ham's and H. Thonif s m ; ...Ms, Messrs R. G. Chirr, si Je, ■j,lj A- Mclntvre. find H. M. M. ic.C. representatives, Messrs. ffv^sh end J. A. Harris ; secre UlrD. K. Hannah. cmdyard Hill District Coursing j ctempion meeting for the Chirri-1 njriras run on Mr R. G. Chirn tJrrhballac Estate, Skiptoh, on T;:iir5(]fly, r!nd Friday, 8th, / /r:.'j]0;h inst. Tiie stake was for/ , res st £6 6 each, with Mr Chirn- I r|ifuinea trophy and 70 guineas [,r the ciub: but owing...

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

AllUgio"" ' | Cold*.

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

LINSEED COMPOUND,' for Coughs anil Cold a, Jjooaena phloem, allays irritation.

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AUSTRALIAN WOMEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

AUSTRALIAN MEN'S NATIONAL LEAGUE. Mrs Forbes, of Melbourne, delivered an address on the political situation at a well attended meeting of the Beau fort branch of the Australian Women's National league on Thursday evening, 9th inst. Cr. R. A. D. Sinclair occu pied the chair. At the outset of her remarks Mrs Forbes dealt with preference to union ists. The money provided for the rev enue was derived by the Government from the whole of the peoole, and was it right that it should be used to reward those who subscribed to the funds and joined unions to get control by a party? With preference to unionists another man who was in every way a good citi zen would not have equal chances with the member of the political union. The man who believed in abiding by his opinions would not get equal rights with the partisan of the Labor-socialist policy. "The higher form of charity which held out a helping hand to the man who would help himself, and did not deprive him of his self-respect, was a sampl...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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MINING NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

MINING news; A proposal is to be submittcitosW i hold S11 Norlherri Hope todii , ,0f l,000£t. Oi their groundadjolrwlk I Beaufort Deep Leads for 1 up to 2,6 in a new company. Thisv;,^ I mean one share for every fourn-nw | The right to take up S.aOO sViiv.js ul V; is to be reserved to present hovvi The number of shares which tV us. company will comprise has not baen'«\ cided upon, but it will proba'olv Wr, 34,000 to 40,000. The manager of the U«,y.t v »' Derrick'! reports :-\Vest branch r^' drive—No. 3 rise—Two parlic., bitty' and truckroading m south c.ti.v, party panelling in east «if r.orth, $ Zh rise—West drive extendou total, 326ft.; 4ft. of payable t,«M W& 4 rise—East drive extended44ft.: taj®p 150ft-; wash dipped 2Vft. below fv,;.",P drive ; now carrying ait. et reef-, p" nects about payable. i The manager of the Beaufott Th^ ! Leads (Mt A.. \V. Mauve) reporljo i Main east level-No. 2 rise— 1 north to 15ft.; now payable. Sw.f nff east out b8ft. •. strong wash-.K;! samp...

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

REMOVED RHEUMATIC PAINS. "I have great faith in Chamberlain's Pain Balm," says Mr S. E. Hancock, J.P., Kapumla, S.A. " For years I suffered with rheumatism in nay arms and shoul ders, brought on by a chill. Now an ap plication of Chamberlain's Pain Halm gives me instant relief and soon removes it. I recommend Chamberlain's Pain Balm to all anfferera from rheumatism." Sold by J. R. Wotherspoon & Co. For Cast Shares, all makes, Plow Chains, Harne33, American Plows, Seed Drills, and up-to-date Implements, you should try Hawkes Bros., The Iron mongers, Beaufort. •LINSEED COMPOUND/ of 40 years'ptoren e'licacy. for C;iasrhs. Colds. Bronchitis. &c.

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JULY 18, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 18 July 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JULY 18, 1914. - The rainfall for the week at Beaufort amounted to 85 points. Senior-constable Hunter, of Camper down, who was appointed to succeed Sergeant Rohan at Beaufort, has com menced duty at his new station. Seventeen members were present at the fortnightly meeting of the Beaufort branch, A.N. A., on Tuesday night, 7th iins't. ; Mr. J. B. Prentice (president) oc cupying the chair. Correspondence of a routine nature was dealt with. Two new members were elected, one of whom (Mr F. HasdelJ) was present at the meeting, and was cordially wel comed by Mr Dames. Mr McGrath, who was Elected a fortnight previously; was welcomed by the president, as was also the newly-elected treasurer (Mr P. T. Stevenson). Three new members were proposed. Two members were declared off the sick list, and accounts totalling £4 2/8 passed for . payment. The secretary corrected a statement which appeared in our report of last meeting to the effect that there wa...

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THE LARGEST TORPEDO. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

the largest torp,ed0; pr, - #t p. The largest size of prioc'P3 sent manufactured by ^ naval powers is " » head. Its length . %, its<« weight about two «°« apsrstf; meter 18ta. K # but is spindle-shftP > Dflinej name from the ray «s° ^ PBs effective raitf| £ object at »'h,ch '< s/tM»!' ! S trom WO ** moving ob]e^ ' t destroyer. ; ser or torpedo-boat^,,,,^ 6,000 yards at a {onB o> . - pedo, guided b> an ?t a rs « trvroscope. lls. ,j.c 00' thirty knots. jjlnntf C9tt 1 "Do y°u living out there ( ^ ^ J "Make a hvin„ • tfc® ^ a living on a £>c ffa3 8no the ocean if ^her on the rock."

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THE FARM AND DAIRY. THE COMPOSITION OF CHEESE IN RELATION TO QUALITY [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

THE COMPosiTrnxT ' ' yield a certain quantity ot cheea> l but if you take milk having ^ third more fat (4 per cento it *\\\ not yield one-third more cheese, u the same time, such milk is ^ one-third more for cheesemaking, ^ thereby bangs a tale. You see, i( it | does not yield so much cheese, ft l yields a quality of cheese so mucir better that the market value ot cheese from 100 lb. of milk is a thirj greater than the market value oil the cheese in the other case. |; "Every two-tenths oi a ponaj 0i;; butter-fat will improve the quality? i of the cheese one-sisteenth of a per pound, as near as I can £5j| | out. Thus, you have a diSerence or! about five-sixteenths ot a penny ^ i pound between cheese made from 3 i per cent, and 4 per cent, milk." I Dr. Badcock approaches the p-J tion from quite another point 0|| I view. After showing that fat is fe I constituent controlling the value oi ! i milk, cream, and butter, he saj$': : | "It is evident that the marketpri« I of milk, of crea...

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DIPPING THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

DIPPING THE FLAG. The salutation given when a vessel lowers or "dips" its flag is one of the oldest and most honourable of all forms of marine greeting. I This form of salute has always ' been demanded by English-speaking I seamen, and its exaction has warmed j up the hearts and used up the pow der of generations of naval comman ders. ■. j In tfefe old days, for a foreign ship, whether merchant or naval, to enter an English port without veiling top sails or dipping its national flag was to run the risk of war, although the profoundest peace existed. I Without~"Warning or argument, the j shore defences of a man-of-war would j send a round shot across the bows , or between the masts of the foreign er, and if the offending flag did not instantly come down the insolent in truder was brought to her senses by being raked through and through. Such was the reception accorded by Sir John Hawkins in the sixteenth century to the Spanish admiral who, in time of peace, sailed into Ports mouth So...

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

g— Men's audi Boys' ©Y©re®at©,; Coats, W.P. Goats, Will be Sacrificed to make room for MEW SEASON'S GOODS. - Kek» SPECIAL SALE PRICES FOR White and Gray Blankets, Eider and. JaYa Down Quilts. INSPECTION INYITEB. O0 Mn CJOUdjLi 66 The Stor© for (Qoodi Values9" ,-41-tSr; •• ' ' •" • Il- : i! '. V '' ■ , a,-.■ .jjl ff. Telephone 12. CHEMIST & DENTIST. THREE STERLING REMEDIES Harris* Rheumatic Powders, Harris' Influenza Mixture, Harris* Teething & Cooling Powders for Children. HOURS on and after NOVEMBER 1st., '12: Ordinary Week Days, p a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesdays, p a.m. to 12 a.m.; 6 30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, p a.m to 10 p.m. f-gg. Sundays, to a.m. to 1 p.m.; 6.30 p.m. to 8 p.m. JB IS, J. u, CHEWS For Accuracy, Confideuce, Satisfaction HAVELOCK STREET. Commonwealth Jwk Bank orBustmlia HE A© OFFICE SVBWSY This Bank is open for all claims of S9EP\3E£2AiL» QACJKOIru© DyGSf^GGQ POST OFFICE BWIkBI&JQS, 84mrt & E-yeMawa S§o.B BAB-kARAf Also at Pdolbourno, Gy...

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CHAPTER XI. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

CHAPTER XI. STILL THES DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. Tfre sun was shining brightly the next morning when Mr. Hetherington passed out of the park gates on his way to see Dr. Fitzpatrick. This time he did not choose the little door in the wall, feeling it was more prudent to give it a wide berth. Before he had gone many yards he heard the sound of wheels, and, look ing round, he saw the doctor's dog ! cart, with the doctor in it, coming 1 towards him. Mr. Hetherington paused, and when the dogcart came alongside of him, j the doctor pulletl up. I "I was coming to see you about a ■ temporary hospital . for the fever cases," said Mr. Hetherington. "All right. I'll get out and walk ' with you as far as my house." the J doctor said, flinging the reins to his groom, and telling him to drive on ; then, as he joined the other man, he ! said : | "Have you heard that Mr. Oarvill's sister-in-law, Mrs. Wedmore, has '' been assaulted and seriously injured, Mr. Hetherington ?" ! "Seriously injured !" echoed...

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The Riponshire Advocate. Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

Published every Saturday Morning. SATURDAY. JULY 25, 1914. Mr Anderson, rabbit inspector, has been appointed games and fisheries sub-inspector for the Windermere and Beaufort dis tricts. Local people who are in the habit of riding, bicycles on the footpaths, and/business people who drive their vehicles on to footpaths in order to serve cus tomers, are warned that Senior constable Hunter and the local police intend to take action against any future transgressors in this respect. It is understood that the police have full power to prosecute even if footpaths are not defined, and that a busi ness man may not even draw his cart up on the footpath in front, of his own door for loading pur poses without breaking the law. , s 'LINSEED COMPOUND * for Cougha and Cold s | Of proven efficacy for cheat complaints/ j A very enjoyable function.took [place at the Societies' Hall; Beau I fort, on Monday evening, when Miss E. Nickols entertained the members of her dancing class an d their friends, t...

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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) —THE— MESHES OF FATE. OR, —THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 6. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Riponshire Advocate — 25 July 1914

' (ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THS o R, THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DlfitViOnDS. ft ■ By Hedley Richards, Author of "Th? Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," etc., etc. ' PART 6. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. Pat had been , to New Wynthshay to see Jessie, the girl who was for merly, parlour-maid at the Hall, and whose little son had been deprived of his frock by the bull; but now Jes sie's heart was rejoiced by the sight of one even prettier than the frocfc j that had come to grief, and Pat, ' having admired the baby and pro nounced him a beauty, was now on her way home. She had not ventured throug-hi the fields, but had gone - along the road through the village. It was black and grimy, and she was not sorry when she came to the lane that led to the field-path by which she could reach the path, forgetting that this black, grimy dust, was an evidence of the great wealth that lay within her father's, land, and which would one day be hers.. As she turned up the lane she - heard quick, footsteps behind h...

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

MYSTERIOUS STO MACH TROUBLES^ PRINCIPAL CAUSE REVEALED. A great deal of mystery is made about stomach troubles, aud many people go in constant dread of lifelong, incapacity or the horrors of the operating table just be cause they experience pain in the region of the stomach for which they cannot ac count, Instead of looting for the cause of"tho trouble, they seem only too ready to describe themselves as "uiartyrs to indigestion" or " chronic dyspeptics/' Excessive acidity is said to be the di rect cause of more than 90 per cent of all stomach troubles, and, according to many eminent physicians, the occasional use of a reliable antacid, such as half-a-teaspoon ful of pure bisuriitcd magnesia in a little water after meals, will do more towards righting stomach derangements tiutn all the patent fowls and medicines ever in vented, because this gets at the root of the trouble—stops fermentation of the food eonteuts, and neutralises the acids which otherwise would irritate and in flame th...

Publication Title: Riponshire Advocate
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