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LOST ARTICLES THAT [?] COME TO LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

tSD8T ARTICLED' Tli Al-".' '" n . COME TO LIG H T . ?h«r« h often a eingolar rom, &o rocoTesy «f missing treasure*. 'I •"•* •" fatWes of B1U1J of the« restoring - •bapters in the reoorde o! tbo happen-.' ' feotwlikoly. .. „ A »o!d watebufcss. found en tha W* Uewbiggin-by-the-Sea oae Bpring dn; (888. It vu picked Tsp=fifs-fia«nn, Boriootio get a dn»Ap the owner, be lookcu ^xtidc. H* «was »bl» to rm&ke -ont an ia ,«t|pti^^'iol!oiw<^- ;* J3i»id '^tmiuVon, trwi *'ce IA fWeVfrnitf*. u» UrthttdiijmDt ibcit appti^iifim x>! h« cx««' !&%W&&.'4dM*g Irieiw Militant minister to the Rev. SL. Botno. D.D., of Kinghorn, Jnno 6lh, 1861. This proved a-basis of, inquiry. The »■„ T9$t&$j;>&9!*&ch to; the proprietor, greatly to hi* eiitsf action. Tbo Wklch.fciwi beeu i<Kt fflnite ^bathing at SiBgK6W"&6 niHei Xo*' tbumberlaad tillags whereJt- -*as JW®v Left tpo hocdle'My on the qnief. beach, the Mde ltid b...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

SHIRE OF MELTON POUNDS ACT 1S90.— Section 21. jj M POU.V DED at Me ton Shire Pound on JL the 2nd day of January, 1911 — One brown pony ge ding ; no visible brands ; white st.ir ; white spot on back ; shod. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be Sold on the 3l)ih day of January, l'Jl-l, Noon at the Pound Yard, Jleltou, GEO. MINNS, Poundkeeper. SHIRt OF GISBOrtNE. OPENING OF SHEEP DIP "fWJ 0 i'lCIi is hereby given that the Council's JLl Sheep Dip will be opt»• for business from MONDAY, JANUARY 19th to the '29th, The charge has been reduced to l^d per head for all sheep and iambs uipped during THE ABOVE 1'EIUoD. Shecpowners should at once notify ine of number of i-hoep to be dipped so that datas* may be allocated L. H. SAMBELL, C.E., Shite cSecn-tary 6 HlKcO F "BULLA EAST EIUIN'G—r XT IIA ORDINARY ELECTION MR WILLIAM MICHIE being the only candidate norainited, I hereby dcclare the said William Miehie duly elected a Councillor lor the East Riding oi! the "-hire of Bulla. f DENP3 BllANl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

The common pea is a native of the south of Europe ; but it now grows in ail temperate climates. All transparent bodies have the power o! d*e omposing the light which falls upon Ibein. Absence of occupation is not rest; A mind quite vacant is a mind distressed. A mo?e glorious victory cannot be gained over another rrsn than this that when the Injury bf(.:nr, on his part,, the kindnns* Should Ueirif> »n each, post iree, as ciejeri'-ie 1 below. C H A K SI [ N G ONE-Pilv E FRO OK Although hlousfs and skirlh arc: still W'.-li to the :orc, thej l:avi' by no mentis < oated the popular ouc-pieci! fr ck ; that is a style that will die bind, fur it is at onre enniforta'U tn.i useful. Many L'iunicnts po>s. ss thes two qualities, while lacking smart nuss, hui the design sh< wn above is exceptional, inas much as it combines these three great essentials "Everylady's Journal'1 Patterns >os73cnd 74, from -'Misses' Outfit.'' ■•■ingle patterns 9d each, post free, as des...

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COMBS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

CO'^S. A very remote antiquity is claimed for the oomb, which is of Egyptian origin. At first it was made of wood and ivory, but it was used for adjusting nil her than fastening the hair, a pin or bodkin being employed for tha latter purpose. The Greeks and Romans, who dressed tbeir hair with great care, used combs of boxwood, ii-on and bronze. The precious metals were also required in their manufacture, as we may infer from the golden ones ascribed to the goddesses ; but in no instance do we iind their shell or horn ones mentioned in the classics. The use of the comb in cutting the hair is referred to by Plautus, n.c. 184. From specimens found at Pompeii, it is evident that combs with u-eth on both sides wero in use at a very early period. The comb of the Middle Ages exhibits much curious elaboration, with but little improvement in utility. At, a later period gold and silver were extensively employed in tbeir manufacture, and pearls were also added. The co:nb wr.-; thus made an ele...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MELTON RAILWAY STATION. ENTERTAINMENT IN EXFORD HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

MELTON RAILWAY bi AHUlX ENTERTAINMENT IN EXE011D HALL. On Is'ew I'ear.'s Lve,;,tho concert and ! ball, held in tlie iixford Hall, were high ly successful. The weather was all that could be desired, and a very large and appreciative audience gathered to hear tiie contingent of children who were the entertainers of the evening. The I children's efforts were greatly appreciated and their items were giveu in excellent style, calling forth numerous encores. "The Children's Bower" and "Australia" were particularly line and vocal parts well rendered. The grouping of the juveniles m "The Children's Bower" was very artistic, each child carrying llorai wands with silver stars. The coloured lights much enhanced the beauty of the scene. Solo parts w ere sung by Misses x\. JUcGruire and Burton, crowned as "Queen of Flowers." "Australia" another beautiful item, Mis- IN. Dode maide representing the island Continent, Messrs T. McCuire. M. Burton, iST Mcguire, JJ. Haunigan, and M. Mouls dale, repres...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessary endorse the opinions expresion by correspondents in this column.ED: G. G.] THE ROAD TO BULLA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE I U 'j >'■ >• t :>(_•< iuatr;iy cu<ior<«; the v-xprc:.-- 't i'j i-oiin this ci'.iuui.. -1•;11. w.ij.i THE EOAD TO BULLA. TO TilK KIUTOK OF TnK C-AZETTi:. | Silt,—Your remarkable good reports of ; Council meetings are seldom open to ex ception, but I trust thai in fairness io ;ue you \\ili jn-r.iiii. -..c i-j c.\ jihuu that at ihe last meeting ol" the Bulla Sliire Council, I proposed investigations should be made as to the prospect of a combined effort being made by the three Councils interested, assisted by the Country Eoads Board, to have the road from Essendonto Bulla (not Konagaderrer) put in first class order, possibly by tar sprinkling, as is being done by the Melbourne City Council, for a total cost: of .!) of a penny (nine-tenths of a penny) per square yard. This road probably costs us as much or more than my proposal would, and my proposal would preserve the light grit (the best portion of any road) from being washed o...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

Skin Diseases <9 OVERCOME BY THE WONDSHFUi BLOOD PURIFYIMC Pf-JOi Cf'TISi OF DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOI PILLS. A person suffering from eruptions oi the skin has to endure-. it is not merely the discomfiture and irrita tion and painful sensation, hut life is made miserable by depression of spirits. The Liver is torpid and the Evidneys are partially inoperative, and Tou feel languid and weak. The dis use: is in the blood, and when the system is not cleansed through, the usual channels Nature asserts herself and forces portions of the impurities through the skin in the form of pimples, Bo#?s, and Blotches. Exter nal remedies—powders, ointments, lo tions—only alleviate; they do not got .it the cause. Dr. Morse's .Indian Root Pills get at the causo by remov ing the disense from the blood. They cleanse the system by stimulating the Liver and strengthening the Kidneys, which iilter the blood and throw off the impure matter through the regular channels. "About two weeks ago," writes...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HAY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

HAY MARKET l£amr> J, B»riris« and Co. report:—Hay, BU|«r, £6 10s to £6 ; do., theavea, £3 5b fc> £&} chuffing ehcaveu, J62 103 to £2 15b ; 1M« : Victorian, £2 to £2 2« 6a ; Tm aumian, £3 6s to £3 7s 6d.

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

CLOSE ScAS'JNS Fui* GAME, &c. il'.viv :i by •). iM. Seuiniens, Chief In sv» -r.. r ui i "l iiiiriu:; and Game on 2nd A : HE ~\V£iOLE YEAR. All Au. tuiiuiii liiuna, with tire escep l. n .-nakcs, hi tho national parks ii;:d ). liiiic gs'rdciis aeantmzae or tits, a;.iporcupine. or ccuidnas. b-.ai'^ (.see native beai-s), ;:l.' ..aicr*. bitterns, bronze-winged and lii.ii i- v.iici pigeons, bustard or wild L';uu! r::;a-> cjusi!. caterpillar-catchers, (,*■ e 1 I'-L.iamia: j. coach-whip ■ ;.<K cofkaii.i.s ibiuck). crams, all :•]- know:: ;..s <:r..ue», Mich as herons, Lie. ('■. xeept toe Native com or Austral.:,n crane), cuckoos, ii kuo-.-hrik..'s, curlews (see southern •i. ii • p.over, etc.) ..'ccr, coves, .Java turtle; doves, wild, iv-.iiu. a.-> or poreup.ne, ant-eaters, ;,.' ls. see cranes. etc. ; emus, ephthi . .;i.!';(■ or c.-.nt.-,. . . l us. iiy-eatchers. frogmouth or ..■.rgus and ir.opokes. • • • a •«!»•.• iaiu.l.., all members of Herons. .>00 c...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term, "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

"uSX^1H5ATES and regulations [\¥?we ..the term, "The .^omwon -«reiiliih" in*'used in oonnectioii with these .ffttea aad-reguLatious it; includes Papua, Lcril HoweIsland, and Norfolk Inland.] '■■■■* IiETTEKS. • . For ov;«rj i (ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 'JjiSE. jdeliTery.ia-tfcs Britiah Em ,,-pir©.■,*............ 0 1 t !^<?r4«HT©rj;in th».K»w.]3«^rid©s, Baukoj .and Torre® "Islands .. 0 2 ?or deUvery in oth-»rlpi8bes . 0 21 : • LESTER CARDS. •'or delivery within -theCoinmon wealth. Single,;la. eaoh.;, reply, ,ld. eachlhalf. ... 'ordelivery in the British Empire (get list-of places'undor " Letter a)—Bin *'gle. Id. eitii. ' - ' - or deKvary in New Hebrides; -Banks ; a»d Torre* Lilarrda—Single, 2d. each .■ 'or j delivery . in • other placoa— Single, ^44. e>aoh. ; POST CARDS. Single Postcard* impressed with tin Id. ttamp,' and Rfeplj or double cards, •abb" half df which has :fch« Id. stanvj impressed thereon, may be transmitter .'to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

GOlOm FUEECE 1 HOTEL, m t.LTON undbb new management. MS f.W. clark, announces to the public of Melton and the surrounding districts, that, having taken the Golden fl«ece Hotel, bo is prepared to cater for their wants in a first-class manner, and hopes, by civility and attention, to merit a share of their patronage. Beet of Wines, Spirits, stc , kept. gabs meet all Train. Good Stables and Loose Boxes. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Moderate Tarifi. W HODGSON simmoimds, ktbsightj Specialist, ! h.M.c. "F.B.O.A., London; Fellow; Spec - tecle,Makers Company ; FelloTf^British ^Optical. Association, WILL'be inEattendance until,"5 p.m. on fk1day, may 30th, and dariug l?i« following week. No Charge for Advice jri'whng. DAD hann'S.victorianhotel, gisborne. MESSRS Hamilton and Wilks SOLICITORS, bto. * * J. V. HAMILTON (l&tely o( the srm »i*iltoa, Wynno and ftiadell), Coea for taking afsdavita for all states. * Book plaee o&axabero,' • 3AKK PLAOS, melbourhbj Tnui sfoaeyz to le...

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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

RIDDELL (From our own Correspondent.) Tuck-id ay. Oil tlie evening of the 23rd ult. there was a large gathering in the Mechanics' Hall at i social, presentation of prizes, and Xrnas tree in connection with the State school, and a most enjoyable time was spent. Games were started early, and then came a general distribution from the huge Xmas tree, alongside which was Mr James i3irss, in his usual place. As he is now close upon 103 years of age, he had a deputy Father Xmas to act for him, and this was Mr .John Gilchrist. Everyone in the hall, both young and old, received a gift from his hands. Prizes were then presented by Mr G. L. Mitchell, the head teacher, and the fol lowing received the special ones :—Merit certilicate, Emma "Williams (who was presented with a writing desk), and the following received books : Irving .Roger son, Hilda Muller, Marjory Amess, Emma Williams, Jim "Winter, Freda Eury, Jean Puny, and Jim Dixon. Then came ice cream and lollies galore, and refresments for ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EYERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1914. LAND REFORM IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

PUBLISHED BYEBr FRIDAT. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The. Gisbome Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisbome, Melion, Bulla, Romsey, <{: Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIT)AT, JANUARY 9, 1914. LAND REFORM IN.ENGLAND. It is fortunate for the reformers in the Imperial Parliament thai foreign relations are good enough to allow the ! attention of the nation to be fixed on questions of domestic concern. As the question of Home Rule may be con sidered settled, Mr Lloyd George's Land Bill, which is really a most comprehensive measure, should be soon considered The way for Mr Lloyd George's "magnum opus" has cer tainly teem prepared by the Irish Party, for when people talk now of re volutionary methods they should re member that the revolution was virtu ally accomplished, when Gladstone's Land Bill, the result of persistent agita tion inj Ireland, became law. Not oniy has Ireland given a lead in improving the relations between landlord and tenant, and settling the cultivator on the land,...

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MORMONISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

MORMON ISM. '• ' ,.i . < vc.y jn.u the " ot " y. Moimonisin is indicate 52 newa fr-.n- A::-erirt. It would appear tlirw tks Piosiiii i'i of ill.. M,»rs! 'ii Church lias issued i inuriiitv'Lu .i.nvin:; 'i i' tnr. Church tenches p.Ill;, 01- piu:v.i any lender. 'i (:•• i.i - ii. which the. manifesto is XV-,: j■ i ■: ,, |> • ! he Church, whose tl; i >... : t ...• .. „-.i t.;r t>,.n> lv, if not tl.r !!• ---.il.v :•!' •. ■!■■■.:.v ' i".s members, ... • ... .. i isu-r c.ise, it should i»! a matter of i iurnkfulne^s al) over the civilized world that the ' Caucasian ia played out," to use the word* c\ tin Ameri can cynical huim-.uri.st, and that the light between thn Mormons and the Federal Go\eiiir.;enf lias now lvarhed its ukin'iaie plaj-'C so '"fir at lea:-". n-- | :.'ai:iy is con cenicd, The A ■:>"! -j.-::v, nniii-n is I rn t of (ill sort", of i< s«<»«i ioo- no sn.-ml an'.i |,ft!hy to ii)t> p< >-;.itir views heid itv the "l...

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[?]LETON IN LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

■ w .VJLLLL S 1'iViuN IN LOfTR N'"' Snodleton dm ft membar of tk# T-*' - ■■ > «• '.or Football Club, andl^as rocoff-; r' • • is I.is best all-roand player o( .tbe: S',: ; .ciiiy. He held that distingUiSlied posi!ioi .'ji tbfes seaooaa in suceeg'sion,*-&nd sonij > •. ^beblj hate continued to bold it n.ir'n fi«t fc®»n for ?a oad •» ia/'iiify—oifotl is 1«t«. --Jrfsjs id fe»w it happened. Tho; Y.T^F.O.' a««cpt«4 « ehallengo cant them. by'tKa Haddy Swuap Football ,Clcb;; end '■{& is esrt&ia Saturday cftfernbon a?ri?ed -in •*• ires itfrfrh-fthcj'-Sitfd hlrafi taz .tha. ocaaaiAQ,=at-tlw-ground of the latter, to play the matob. 1 i A 1 fctfie' crowd had assembled aV th«) -gates to meat them, and m thay alighted fro®;tiie drag, tfcej were greeted with lonS and roon linaoas cheering. Nieholaa Nodfilatoa>f57$£ tfeo last §o-8light,?B>adj<»B-he didt80,<-S0ni» Uiicg <j$stireM wliisK fcce'JwilHiaT#- rewsontto remember to the day ...

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SPORTS AT GISBORNE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

SPORiS AT GISBORiME On Tuesday,, 30th ult.j a sports meeting was held on the Island, un , der the auspices of the Gisuorne Sawmill Accident and Benefit Oiub. The net proceeds are for the beneiit or tlie Kynetoa Hospital. There was but a moderate attendance,. A most enjoyable afternoon was spent, and the arrangements were well carried out., Credit is due to the hon. sec., Air. T. J. Caspar, and the following': —President, Air. \V. JL. Cuspar ; judges : Foot-racing, Messrs. W. Saunders and C. towinburno ; chop, Mr. G. Cherry ; starters, Messrs. W. L. Caspar and T. Walsh ; stewards, Messrs. G. Sansom, W, launders, .Li. Webb, T. Walsh, E. Caspar, W. Jackson, and C. Swinburne. The following are the details :—Open Bicycle Race, miles : A. G. alack (150yds.), 1st ; H. Densley (83yds.), 2nd.—Maiden loot Race, 1UU yards : First heat—J. Carr, R. Ford. Second heat—E. Saddington, E. M'Cashney. Final—J. Carr, 1st ; E. M'Cashney, 2nd.—bheilield Handicap, 120 yards: J. Carr (5yds.), 1st; P.. Bo we...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. HARPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

iJRESE.\TAT10X TO -UK, HARPER. A political carecr extending over 34 years—Z'l years in tlie Victorian x-arnament and 1- years iu the uouae of Representatives—was con cluded by -Ur. Robert Harper last year, when on the extinction of the Luustitueuuy. of Mem da he lost his ' uid seat, and his active connection with politics ceaseu. A little cere mony was conducted on the Hanging Rock racecourse on .New Year's Day as an expression oi' appreciation by some of his old constituents of Mr. uurper's services as their represen tati\e. During an interval between tue races Mr. Harper's supporters, to the number or two or three hundred, gathered round a platform under the lata, and expressed appreciation of nis efforts on their behalf and regret aL his retirement. He was then pre sented witn an album containing an audress and pnotograpns taken in the Ivyneton, Woodend and Gisborne sub divisions of Mernda, which subdivi sions were all represented iu the function. Speeches were made by Ur, Anders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

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RIDDELL'S GREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

RIDDELL'S GREEK RACES. <> There was a very large, we under stand a record, attendance at the Riddells' Creek races on .Boxing Day. The arrangements were excel lent, and great credit is due to tlie stewards and committee, who worked well. The hon. sec., Mr. R. Raftis, is. a capital organiser, and the ar rangements did him credit. The im provements to the course, and es pecially near the judge's box, added greatly to the comtort of the patrons, it might be suggested that a few plain seats in the paddock would be an improvement. The racing was very satisfactory. There was only one casualty; that was in the Hurdle Race, when Financial, running se cond, threw his rider, who was un conscious for some time. Di\ Daly was sent for, and it was founc!' the jockey only had a slight concussion. Though there was no protest lodged, there will be an inquiry by the ste wards into the cause of the accident. The following were the office bearers:—President, Mr. A. Marks; vice-president, ...

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