You can refresh/redirect a page using META-tags, and go from there. Make sure caching is off if this turns out to be a problem; on the other hand: for a smoother experience, turn it on to create a more seamless refresh. Test if the updated data is properly represented, though.
If the data structure is predictable I would put this in an IFRAME with the scrollbars removed. Of course, if your data is variable (especially in the page height): don't do this.
Funny idea: supply a countdown on your page, even if it's the no-JS page. An animated gif with 15 frames, each lasting 1 second, would do the trick. For example:
Lastly, always provide a reload button separately from the one in your browser. There are a huge amount of people out there that don't know what the browser controls do.
This is a good solution because it: