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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

ibbaielboukne live stock -b market. Tuesday Fat [Sheep. — Quotations : — .Fnine rossbred wethers, 17e <jd to ltiu Od ; good to 16b 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14a id to 15a 9d ; good do., 12s O'd to 13a 6d ; irime merino wethers, 15s 9d to 17a Ud ; good do., 13a 6d to 15s Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s Od O 15s Od; extra, J tia Od to 18s Od ; good, 19d to 13s Od, .Wednesday FATi Cattle—2460, ^yarded Prime ., bul ooks sold at from £U 0s Co £1<J 10s Od ; extra do., £ 13 10b to £15 Od Od ; good do, £8 15s to £10 Os; second and iig&ter do, 7 0a to £8 Os; prime pens of cows, £7 Ob to £9 '2i; good do, £6 Us to £7 5* Fat Calves—660 penned Prime steers »nd heifers, £4 10a Do £5 15s Od; prime calves, 45s to 55a ; best small calves, iOs to 32a

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

n nflusnza Pure I ^ The Unfailing R«m»dy for % Infiuansa, Osfcarrh, Brnucbitin, end Weak CheaS. Incasrs of Inllusnza, it quioMy relieves »5)o c*!arrb, rclucc' the frvar, and jpecdilyral. lies tb.'j patjent, li is also a grand Tonio la cs-.s! of DebU'tv.accompanied by weaknasj c{ th= cht:r.;. If you ace sufjsrlng from a r, Os'.d. taSusnia, BrosohitU, ei j jr-r rhist wescasss, prssarsRb^ttUstoDsa. | 1ciid 2/5. st sU St&ras tod Chgatsls,

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" SMILER" HALES. AN AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

" u © " SMILER " HALES. ^ AN AUSTRALIAN JOURNALIST •Mr. Hales, of the "Daily News,1' Is described as being a "born Aur tlulian, bred Australian, Australian to tho core, with speech full ol tbs racy vernacular of the bush and the goldflehft, which so tickles the poor, played-trtit, anaemic, town-bred Bri .ttf&er, Here .is one of his experien ce* with the Press censior in South Afrioa "One afternoon," he says, "I got a bit of news, and I went to get my cablo censored, The ccn» »or was one ol those haw-haw ofii- i cers. who' look down upon men like trio as unnecessary upon this carih— , it least, they leave that impression, i Which Is just as bad. I boil when : t think .of it, even now. 'I'm the "Daily News" correspondent, sir.' I said. 'Would you be kind enough to initial this message.' 'What ip you mean by coming in here 'until I send for you ? Step outside and wait—haw, haw.' 'I beg your par don, sir, I didn't know you were cr> gaged.1 I waited half an hour. N« ; invitati...

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A WINTER IDYLL, [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

A WINTER IDYLL, | k niaf'l but twenty win'*-era old— ; Tvi'd eyes with gladness gleaming, ! A <m1!ow youth of frcslust iaoukl Upon her beauly beamiagl' ITic .v/iutiy w.inil-is spunSing. low '• The'music of its whistle, - i And wafts towards her cheeks aglow | Kull many a (laky missiJe. i He 1 ooiis upon the merry mai,d I With merry eyes and mellow ; When, lo ! there wanders to his aid . A thought—the lucky fellow;!"" 1 "Your dainty hand is cold as stonel* Exclaims the fresh young chappy ,■ "Come, let me hold it in my'owli—1 : 'Twould make my heart so happyA "All, thanks ; you're very kind,'' re j ulicd rliat flippant maid ol twenty ; ; ! "But"—tow aid the youth she turm | her eyes— "One muff is quit-e a plenty." o

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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A BRIDE FOR A REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

^ rA BRIDE FOR A REWARD. - The "Tesas Live Stock Journal", ,is responsible for the following":—' •"vRiough'. it" cost him a daughter; Farmer James Woolsey, of Wichita, Kansas, has succeeded iir getting his 500-acre wheat field cut before the golden -grain grew musty. He «.a\ e ■her p 'a 'ptiie to" the young harves ter 'doing "the" greatest amount of work in a specified time. Willie Rodw.ay, a young mechanic of Jl iinois, won, and he and Amy Wool .sey. were married at Pratt. The Woolsey farm is one of the largest in Pratt' country, and the scarcity of harvest workers in that section weighed heavily upon the farmer's mind. His wheat grew dead ripe, .and there was no one to help him cut it. Then he devised a plan to offer as a bride to the hardest work er his lfl-year-old daughter. She was dutiful and good-looking. ^ The men came by the score. She was given the privilege of rejecting any of the contestants she personally j disliked, and many were thus ruled j out. The contest was spiri...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

For Chronic Chest Complaints, Woods' '5 rc'it Po.operoiint Care. Is 6'1 1 ■ SHIRE OF G1SBORNE ANNUAL ELECTIONS. M OTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned Councillors of iho above Sliire, retiro by effluxion of time, viz.:— Borough riding—Cr Cherry Bulleugmook riding—Cr Gorman Mountain riding—Cr Pierce Macedou riding—Cr Turner and an election for tho return of one Uounoillor to each of the above ridings, will be hold on THURSDAY, AUG UST 27th, 1914. Candidates must be nominated in accordance with Sections 126 and 127 of the Local Government Act, 190'i, between the hour?! of 10 o'clock in the foienoou and 4 o'clock in the afternoon, on a day called .Nomination Day, Wednesday, August l^ib, 1914. Such nomination papers must bo delivered to our deputy, Mr Wm. J. Healey, shire secretarj, at the Shire Office, Gisborue. JOHN BIRD, Returning Officer, Borough riding, WILLIAM BKADY, , Returning Offi.cn-> Bullengarook riding J. N. HEARD, Returning Officer, Mouutuin riding. It. TAM PL1N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

Matidic pt>uted niuch at Uertic, To his great surprise ; V'rap' she'd huard ol him and Ooftio Swapping gladsome eyes. Hut the thine that did upset her, Made her plum and dour, Was that Bert had dared forcet her Woods' Great i'eppermint Cure.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Our Homes. USEFUL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

©13 P SI O KB e.g.' j « ——o ! ( USEFUL ME.\i.S. i 1 i A little salt put into the w&tej in which coloured cottons arc wash ed will keep the colours from run ning. To clean white corsets, orush over with a nail brush dipped in a mix ture of soapy water and ammonia. Before sweeping carpets, sprinkle with a little moist salt. This will i revive 1hc clours and lay the dust. One of the simplest of disinfec i tan Is may he prepared by adding a i tablespoouful of turpentine to a pail ol water." To prevent soot forming in a chimney, make a brine of common salt and pour it over the coals used. This is said to keep chim neys and fiues beautifully clean. When salt is dried for the table, it should be allowed to go quite j cold before it is put in the salt cel ! lars. When this is not done, the ' salt is apt to cake together in lumps. To revive gilt frames, beat up 3 07,. of the whites of eggs with 1 oz. of soda. Blow the dust from the frames with tho bellows ; then rub them over with a ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

H.A1" MAitKU-T, Meesiu J. iJarwiBd auu jUo. report':—fla^ tuaugcr, x.o JLUd lu j,0 ; uo., tli^Yxa, j.3 Dt U>-t4; clii.lliug bUeuves, £2 lUs to VI 16s btCoW : Ylotuiiau, m lo Ai Za 6a j i ui Ui&iiian, £'d 5b lu £0 7b Ha

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS ADDRESSES AT GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS ———^_ ADDRESSES AT GISBOKNE. A well-attended meeting -was held in ike iYlechanics' Wall, Gisborne, on Friday evening last, wiien Messrs Duffy and Bailiieu delivered addresses in tne Literal interest. The chair was occupied by (Ji L. McGregor (president of the shirej. Mr Baiilieu, who first addressed the meeting, dealt at length with the question of preference to unionists. Lie said that to belong to a trades' union in these times Lueaut belonging to a political organisation. iraue unions were all very well as trade unions, but to make them political organisations was going too far. He quoted a paragraph from the "Age,' which appeared about the time of tlie last election, condemning the policy of preference to unionists, but since then, lie said, the "Age" had evidently changed its views; it only showed what political jugglers newspapers could be. Mr Bailiieu also dealt with immigration, lie said that to have an effective defence scheme we must have the population, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

Bundaberg, Nth. Queensland, writs9 a rimarkablo letter to A MAGNIFICENT BRAIN AND NERVE STRENGTHENING MEDICINE. Burbon Street, Bur.dkberjf, Q., 3/9/1*. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " Until two years ago I fol lowed my profession of LADIES' NURSE, residing at Mt. Perry. Oyerwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by several doctors, but g'.'ew,worse and becarae ^o low and suffered so much that I despaired of ever being well again; in fr.ct, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR, and, indeed I only longed for the hour when I should be at peace. A friend, persisting, made me try Clements Tonic, and it proved my salva tion. Four bottles saw me up and about, aud although well advanced in years, I am strong and active, and able to look after ray business. That is en tirely due to Clements Tenic. I would be pleased ii jqq.bsg this letter, (S!f:ne'J) NURSE W/F. ENDRES." Thlr letttt Is but one of hundreds. Thlsmedl cine is equal to a doctor in your home. It gives new stom...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

jflcPHMiL aaus. ami gq. £) i O^rv .rt(atiii i to 6c.t> HUKl O I OOft. drtLi-Or.'iCU. S6S JiUUiiJiJi ST., MiiLJJUUiLNE i'eitpuuui:—J.y Zo HOLD A.ti MULLOWS;.— Jf'ai Cuiiic .. JHcwiuaikei. \\ caui.-" Pigs ... Uorporatiou Yards, Wedae aad nuro<\ Dairy^and store Cattle .. Corporauou Yards, Jmuays Vleariny^tiales (Jonducled, in all parls of Hie btate. try and store Uaiuc lor Haiti I'ri vatcJy, . w also atud aud (Jattie. Propei'lien iur Sale aud To Let, Cunespunaeuce luviicd. • iVLonihly Country Markets at BAUUilUo .ulAiioiA—J> 0 U Jttlii ALOjNI'AY MiJiLlU-x ... DiKS! iSATUKDAY liUMSiSY .. .. TiUliu jUUjNJL>AY Gruigieburu aud JLiiydaie. GOLDEN FLEECE .HOTEL, ; • — M ELTQ N- . C:;; " " UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. MRF.W. CLAKK anaounceSjto the public of Melton ami the Burrounding ; listricts, that, having taken the Goldeu Fleece Hotel, he is prepared to cater for their wants in a first-class manner, and hopes, by ' civility and attention,, to merit a share ot tbeir patronage. ...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

BIFLE SHOOTING. The first shoot for the aggregate and, monthly competitions for tho year 1914 15 took place 011 the local range on Saturday, when some very good shooting resulted. The conditions were 16 shots at 200 yards. Tho monthly prize, a silrer vase, presented by lis send oil and Fleinington liille Club, was won by AV. McGregor, who put on the fine score of 73 out of 75 points off the rifle, his two inners being, what are termed in rifle language, "warts" on tho edge of the bull's-eye. L. McGregor was second, and AY. Moden third. Scores :— JSTame. Off rifle Hd'cp T'tl. W. McGregor 73 3 70 L. McGregor 69 2 71 W. Moden 57 13 7U G. Mitchell 62 6 68 E. Cherry 66 1 67 J. Beattie 65 — 65 AY. Healey 64 1 65 H. Lanyon 59 6 65, —. Bartrop 58 3 61 T. White 54 6 60 W. Benson 52 8 60 H. Bell 49 5 54

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SUPERSTITIONS CONCERNING THE ASH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

SUPERSTITIONS CONCERNING TBI • ASH. Among the ancients tho ash was esteeme a sacred- tree. Jn the Scandinavian tnj tfaology it is stated that the court of til gods is held beneath a miraculous ash whose branches cover the surface ot th world, and whose summit touches th heav*QB, while its roots descend to th ; rogion of Pluto. The Edda of Wodin holds the ash in a high a veneration that mar is doBcribod a being formod from it, Hosiod, who is sup posod to h&Yo lived in Homor's timo, dtt ducos his brar.cn race of men from tho Roh Tho inner.bark of, (ho ash often was th substance tho ancient writers wrote on b& fore tho invention of prp^r. It was beliovai that serpents had such rvn antipathy to th ash that they ..would not approach oral within its morning or. overling shadow; ant Pliny tolls us (ho nays on experience) thft if a fire and a serpent wore surrounded b; ash boughs, tho serpent would sooner rut into tho fire than the boughs. Dio"sooridea (ho oelobrated physici...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisburne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

FUJ1L1HHKD KYBKY jriliHA*. WITH if(JPPLEMKa\''J', The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisburne, Melton, Bulla, Bomset/, it Bacchus Marsh 3/lira Council* FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 191-i Sale at diggehs' hest—On Thurs day, 27tii inst, Messrs Campbell and Son, in coiijuucuoii with ii. A. w ood aud Co., will, under instructions from VV. L. Sides, JJiggers' iiest, sell by auction at ii.it> farm, eonnnenci:- ; ;iL i.au p>m. sharp, the whole of his horses, cows, farming plant, etc., including about 12 tons ot nay. Pull particulars will be found in our advertising columns. chltbch of lngland—A very en joyable evening was spent in the Mechanics' Jdaii, Gisborne, on Thursday evening, 30th ult., when a social was held in connection with St. Paul's Church of iingiand Ladies Guild. The near, JLiev. ii. l''. Miller, in opening the social, said it was not a money-making affair, but was intended more to bring the people to gether in a friendly way. He asked that ihere should be no "s...

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FOOTBALL. RIDDELL DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. By "Enthusiast" PREMIERSHIP LIST. Positions of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

FOOTBALL -7 Eiddell Distbict Association. By •'HnUiuBle.at" PREMIERSHIP LiIST. Positions of Clubs. Played W. L. Br. P.P. P.S Woodend.. D 7 1 1 36 30 Riddell . s 8 o 2 1 32 22 Macedon . , 0 8 6 0 36 li Sunbury ,, 8 3 5 0 32 12 Gisborne 8.3 6 0 33 f> The match on Saturday last was a well contested one, and resulted in a win for the Woodend lads by 6~8 to 3<—4, Nezt Saturday, at "Woodend, Riddell wi]l wist Suubury, and & storing game |a to ¥ j - - *■■ ■ A match between the Mellon and Richmond United clubs will be played.on the ground of the former to-morrow:

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Gisborne Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

Gisborne Shire Council The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Tuesday. Present— Crs. M'Gregor (President), Bawden, Tur ner, Tampling, Cherry, Bird, Gor man, Urquhart, Brady, Pierce, and Farrell. Correspondence. From the Shire o£ Wycheproof, ob jecting to tlie charges made to municipalities for the G overnment land valuation, iil-lO per copy, and suggesting a common valuation for the present system and reduced cost.—Itesolved, on the motion of Crs. Bawden and Turner, that sec retary make inquiries, as it was un derstood a reduction had been made. Mrs. Murray, Gisborne, notifying that she did not intend to use the electric light. . ( From U. Martin,, asking to have iS.19 uauii^maovflnuBin the list of t'aose who had agreed to take the electric light.—The President re marked that Mr. Martin's name was not on the list of ratepayers who i had agreed to use the electric light. From the Trustees, etc., Company, re Council's intention to borrow tC1300, offering £100/12/0 I'er cent, fo...

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Haunted by a Rat. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

HaunttMl by n Krtt» A singular story, which the genius ol a Huil'ijian or a Poe might make ex tremely effective, is that of a man in Indiana who seems to have been haunted by an evil spirit iu the form of a rat— or al least that is the form the ides would probably take in the story. Some twenty years since he was feed ing grain in a threshing machine whefi a rat ran across the floor of the barn where he was at work. Ho turned to watch it and allowed his hand to be drawn into the machine in his absent mindedness, His hand was torn off, and he has since been forced to makg shift with the remaining hand, which fortunately was the right, A few days since, so the story goes, he was feeding a threshing machine in the same place, when again a rat rail across the floor. Remembering the old accident, he vented his indignation in a violent kick at the animal, when his foot slipped, he lopf- bis balance, and ill recovering himself he let his right hand be drawn into the machine, and it was in ...

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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. Barracoutta 4 oa BLiekfUh (except blackfish taken from streams flawing northward from the Great Dividing Range) 4-os Bream 5 „ Bream, silver 6 „ Butter fish 4 ,, Cat fish 4 .>» Crayfish—length 9 in FlathcacI 4 os Flounder 6 ,, Garfish . 1 .-» Gravling or Yarra Horring 3 „ Linn 6 ,t Luderick 6 h Mackerel 5 » Mullett 2 Murray Cod .. .. IJlb Murray Perch ,, 8 o* Porch .. -. _ 5 ,, Perch, English .. .. .. .. 4 „ Pike 6 „ Bed Mullett .......... 4 ,, Rock Cod 4 „ Rough or Roughy 2 s, Salmon Trout .. .. • < 9 » 2 ,, Salmon. California ...... 8 » ' Salmon. English 8 Sand Mullet or .Pc-ddiso .. Q „ Schnapper 12 » Silver Fish or Silver Perch 4 ,j Skipjack ............ 4 »> Shook .............. 4 ,j Sole 8 Stranger .. . > . > .. .. .. 9 ,> Travaie 8 » Trout of all kind, not indi genous to Victoria ,. .. 8 ,3 Trumpeter 8 it Whiting .. 4 » Whitnip. S:\nd .. 2 ,, Yellow Tail Slba

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

MELTON SLLlRE COUNCIL. <1 The ordinary meeting of the above was held on JL-Yiday. Present :—Cr&. Greene (President), Minns, JJubeck, rlowell, Kobinaon, iI'iJherson, Leake, and Brown. Correspondence, From the Country Roads Board, .stating' that road-making material wouid be carried on the railways at reduced rates. Froni' the Shire of Wycheproof, ad vocating a standard land valuation, and objecting to the sum of £.1.10, l he cost ol the (Jovernment valua lion to each council, and advocating .nited action to provide for a rea sonable' charge for copies of the valuation.—The President said the tetter would come before the annual association.—Received. From A. tfheble, asking permission to remove- sand from the weir.— llranted, on the motion of Crs. .Minns and Robinson, under the supervision of the secretary. From A. M. Staughton, drawing attention to the dangerous state of the bridge over the Werribec at Ex ford.—The secretary said the bridge was in a bad way. One of...

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