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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

WELL-KNOWN TESTIFY TO EyiSi •is Leller received from Nurse Catherine Korling, 176 Davis-strcct, Norlh Brun»wick, 29/3/12, in which she claims Clements Tonic restored her daughter fo health. Read each word : ©RaESViESWrS TOWIC LTD., " 2 am writing of the great good Clements Tonic did my daughter. Early in January last year, she was operated upon in hospital for appendicitis. She was eight weeks there, and came home very weak and run down. I purchased several bottles of Clements Tonic to give her a course. IT soon strengthened her nerves, and she was as well as I could wish her before long. It is fourteen years ago that I first used Clements Tonic, and in my profession as a nurse 1 have recommended that medicine times out of number. 1 have seen people re stored to health and strength, and BLESS THE DAY THEY HEARD OF CLEMENTS TONIC. That medicine has never failed to do good when given to any of my patients, or, indeed, anyone who has sought my advice. Use this as you think fit." (Signe...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EVER-BLOOMING ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

EVER-BLOOMING ROSES. Every lover of flowers likes to have Something dainty and choice to fjivf a friend, now and then, to place amoni! his or her floral treasures, Such persons ought, by all means, to have a bed ol ever-blooming roses, in which general title.are included the Tea, Bombon, Noisette, and Chinese sections of this most popular of all flowers. For richness of colour, delicacy of form, fragrance,and general beauty, nothing exceeds a fins rose. The list of desirable roses for summti blooming is so extensive that it would be impossible to name them all in the limits of this article, but a few of the best are.— Meteor, dark scarlet ; Sunset, apricot and fawn ; Perlc des Jardins, clear yel low ; Niphetos, ^ vhite—used almost wholly for its buds, ; Herniosa, pink ; La Frattcc, silvery rose, and Cornelia Cook, cream-white. These will give tine colours, and perfect flowers and buds, with the perfection of fragrance, and they are all free and constant bloomers, if given pro per cu...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FARM. THE EARLY CARE OF CHRYSANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

THE FA AM. I*HE EARLY CARE OF CHRY SANTHEMUMS. Very much of the success we desire in growing Chrysanthemums depends upor be attention the plant receives during the early stage of its existence. If neglectcd then, as most pinnts are by the amateur, it falls into a habit, if I may be allowed *o use the term, from which it is never ikely to fully recover. What should be limed at is a good start. Large pots are \>X necessary at first, nor advisable, but a rich soil is. The plant is a great eater and requires rich food, without which it becomes starved and dwarfed. A strong, healthy growth should be secured as a foundation for future usefulness. While the plant is quite young, ore must determine on the form to train it in, and begin opcniiimrj promptly. If a sluub is wanted, pinch off the top, and branches will start below. These, when developed,-.-, ill give the bushy form which many prefer for this plant. If preferred to grow it as a tree, allow no branches to grow along the stem of...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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"MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE," [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

"MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE," Mr. George Moore, the novelist, onre nad a play at thr Odeon, in Paris, and in the same time an adaptation ol *' OiIidlo " was being rehearsed at the •same theatre. One morning he called (o ice the manager. •'What name shall I , monsieur?" asked the doorkeeper. " J't!! M. Porelo 'hat the English author wlAocf pity lias been accepted desires to ■see'liini." The dnotkeeper went tnuaids the manayei's mnm. "There is a • pei»'.Icinm in the hall « h'<i tells nie he is J.lie Ivi^ksh a-ithoi whose play has just bc**n :i<:repted,'" he said to him. " Qu'le right,'1.answered the manager; "send . him in. Monsieur Shakespeare, no doubt" ; Among tVfe most Ijies^ed of all contrl &Wres of Nature is that vvhidi prevent# t map being disturb fev mi $*??

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

OLD PUNISHMENT BANKRUPTCY. In an early and rude slate of society hanl.uiptcy is al«a\s I«><>Keti upon uiil .harsliiicss, ami punished iniem* : ;«i.« perhaps jt is 111<-11 !is> e.\< u>abi< than it becomes « hen cou>t;-fi< e is nunc advanced, and 'lie rein. i.:- i 1 ti,tn:..ic - tioiis are less certainly to In- d( ii> n.:<•<.! .on. Even Venice in i>I.l times i. ui its Stone of shame fui bankrupts. Edinburgh followed the example et that'uiercahtile city, and set tip un<* nr her own in the bc^innin^ of the sevf n \teenth century. In i-£o6, t!-e l i'v) Xotini.il ordeied the ma^ist sates >*f ilu Scottish metropolis to cicri "a pi!;.,,} sf hewn stone near the Maikr-t Cii'-s upon the head theieof a beat to lie made ,thereupon in tim» coming sli ill he. set ill ' dyvours (bankrupts) who il'.sii bil there one market-dav, fium t< n lnnib in ihe morning till one l.om ;h'ci ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HAY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

HAY MAIiKE'i Mewa J. Barfrise and Oo. report:—Haj-, BMiger, £6 10s to £6 ; do., f heaves) £3 5b to £4; chaffing theaves, £2 10s to £2 15s; fetraw : Victoria u, £2 to 2s 6a ; Tae mt>&ian, £3 6s to £o 7» 6d

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REMARKABLE COINING STORY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

^ kImarkab'le coining story ..J* : in (he spring of 1746 an elderly woman ;atfe information against her maid for oiningj and the trial came on at the old lajley. The mistress deposed that having been frft a widow several Years, with four hijdren, and no possibility of maintain Dg; them, she haa taken to coining ; that used to buy old pewter pots, out of rbich she made as many shillings, etc., isjjihe could pass for three" pounds, and hat by this practice she had bred up hei ihjldren, bound them out apprentices, ;n^ set herself up in a little shop, by *hich she had got a comfortable iiveli »bod ; that she had now given over coin tig, and indicted her maid as accom" plice. The maid, in her defence, said that ^hen her mistress hired her she to)d n£r that she did something up in a garret IMp yvj>ich she.must never inquire ; that lll;;she knew of the matter was that hei mistress had often given her moulds tc clean, which she did, as it was her duty; that, indted, she hid sometimes see...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

GOLDEH flliOl miu MtLTON. UNDER >EW .MANAGEMENT. "JVi E't" W CLAKK. announces to the public JJA of Meit'-u and the Burrounding district*. that, having taken the Golden Fleece Hotel, ho is prepared to cater for their wants in a firs'-class manner, and hopes, by oirility and attention, to merit a share of t-helr patronage. Beet of Wines, Spirits, etc . kejit. CABS meet all Train. Good stables and _ Loose Boxes. Good Accommodation for Visitors. .Moderate Tariff. Builders and General Contractors. l?ISBORNI> e timat.es given. . J. K JENNINGS &MclNNES SHKKP AND CATTLE SALESMEN. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. 4-11 BOURKE street, (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar). j SALT5H conducted at Newmarket: Tuesday iShet'p ; Wednesday, Cattle. Corpora tion Yards ; Thursday. Pigs and > alves ; Friday, Dairy and tit ore Stock. SUNBURY IvIOiN-TirS- SALE. SECOND -ATUBDAY in EACH MONTH Tbafalqar .' First Saturday in each month C learing Sales effected throughout all paru J of the br-te | ~ A. c. HAULANl...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PAYING AND CHOOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

\ patino'and choostno. wnen yon watch the rustics i a!!", : ,Wi{h a^wild and wondering stare, Boiib&'theslirine of Old Aunt Sail/ — , Ai the country village fair. How the showman bellows near yon, With a loml, persuasive voice, •' Corae, ray noble gents, 'tis here you Pays yer money, takee yer choice 1" When some bumpkin, disappointed^ , With a visage boding ill, Hails, in sentences di.-iointed, ; At his curioup IsoV o! skill. Id the proppect of a row yotiNp ... Heard the showman's change of volM "Git away, yon idiot, now ! You've Paid yer money, tuok yer choice." WhftB.'with CeRrnin^s Rwcet' posseseloat , For the future .ymi' prepare, How you scan the wniM's professions, < With ambition thet i- r>.re. With each vipion at cdii jMir.'l. 500 t Bld ybur foolish lirnrt rt-jnice, Every door seems open. 111.1 yea " Pays yer money, takes yer choice." Whehj Of Btrugglins sicK nn.i *f>nry, r. Turns your tired and hopeless'vi»«? With ft wish to quit your dreary ■ Path...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

Hj" ENDEBS "will be received at tlie oifice of the Dei'CTY Postmasteb , CtE^eeaj/, MuLuoL-Byj;, until 3 p.m. ou tlie 3rd MARCH, 191-1, tor the | ERECTION OF A TELEGRAM. LlIN'E, between MELTO.N and ! XOOLEK.N VALE. (Sch. 12.) See Commonwealth Gazette, 31st January. AGAR AVYJNtfE, Postmaster-General. 1 Postmaster-General's Department, Melbourne, 30lh January, 1914. (1321.) GISBORNE SHIRE POUND IMPOUNDED at Gisbomo, by W. * Deverall, Mount Alexander JRoad. 1 dark brown or black mare ; aged ; star; knees marked (broken); light breed; brand like J (J near shoulder. 1 dark brown filly; 2 years ; blaze ; near fore-loot white; two hind feet ■white; no risible brand. 1 dark brown filly ; yearling; white star; near hind foot white ; brand like JO near shoulder. If not elaimed and expenses paid, to be sold on the <lth March, 1914. II. M. HUSSEY, Poundkeeper, Gis borne. SHIRE OF MELTON PAY MEN! of R ATES. OTICE is hereby given that all Rates, due to the Shire, must bo paid before the...

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Gisborne Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

Gisborne Shire Council I The ordinary meeting' of the above was held on .Tuesday. There were | present Crs. M'Gregor (President), ..mien, Turner, 'lampling, Bird, Cherry, Lirquhart, Gorman, Brady, . .eiee, and Farrell. Correspondence. From the Department of Public I \Vorks, slating' the baiance oi £ 14 tor ..Iks at Red Rock had been re-voted, •J would be available when the Lsti inales were passed by Parliament. r 10111 the Department of Public \V01ks, directing- thai no action be aKen ic the road at back ul Govern ment Cottage, iMacedon, as, in view j ■f representations made to him, the Mintste bad decided that further 111- I vesication into the proposal should , be made. The Council was, there- | fore, to take no action re constructing the road for the present. From the same, dated 18,12/'!3, re clectric light for Gisborne, showing that all the necessary forms and ap plications had been made, and lire matter would be placed before the Minister at the expiration of the three months ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE BAY EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

THE BAY EXCURSION * Tlie excursion to Sorrento, on Monday, from the districts of Woodend, Gisborne, Bacchus Marsh and Melton, was very successful. There were about 1400 on board the Hygeia, and the weather was delightful. There was a cool in vigorating southern breeze, and the bay was almost as smooth as a mill pond. The boat was comfortably filled with out being crowded, and this is exactly what the committee desired, as the financial position is satisfactory, and the comfort ana enjoyment of the people is the first consideration. There was cer tainly a crowding at the gangway and the railway entrances, but this was absolutely unnecessary, as there was ample time given to the people to get aboard the steamer or trains. Riley's band as usual, gave excellent music. Sorrento was reached in good time, and trams and cabs were soon busy transport ing the voyagers to the Back Beach. A few ardent diciples of Isaac "Walton went fishing and captured a large haul of fiat head. Milk and hot wa...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Melton Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

Melton bhire Council The ordinary mooting of the above Council was held oil L-'ritla.y. Present, —Cr. -Minns, Jt.eake, Kinnersley, Ko binson, Bubeck, Brown, and M'Pher Hon, in tlie absence of (.he J.'resi dent (Cr. Greene), Cr. .Bubeck was voted to the chair. Correspondence. i From Mr. M'Muhil'l, asking permis sion to replace bricks in front of his hotel, also for an extension of six months on his contract for clearing h'ees'-Iane.—Permission to remove the bricks granted under the super vision of the engineer, on the mo tion of Crs. Kinnersley and Miinn.s. —Resolved, on the motion of Crs. Minns and Uobinson, thai three months' extension be granted for con tract. The following samples were sent down tinder the Pure .Foody Acl, and found to comply with the standard : —viz., cream of tartar, colYee and i chjcory, ground ginger, cocoa, and baking soda. From file Uuilwtiy department, in timating that it is proposed to re- j arrange (he lamps at Mellon «lu tion, and to provide an addition...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

F- u a M Y O N M P S- —. •CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAM YON S PHARMACY. _ 'Sr "°d ~ pTr wooden d. Bg Sptdai Appohitmmt to His Excdhncy, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Bart-, K.C.M.O. 0 THIS Is the most reliable Pharmacy in the district, where Quality is of first importance. We want to please you and make you a regular visitor at the Pharmacy, whether you buy or not. There is nneed for you to go elsewhere. You will b« treated well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. Seven-tenths of all hcadaches have their origin in strained vision. Properly fitted Glfttsas will entirely remove the cause, I have the most modern complete Mtfit for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking ftkwat it, make up your mind to come here foi Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES ladsa&d ts Town Prices. of all descriptions. TmHH Eeteaoted Painlksblt. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. II yoar Hair is turning grey, use the great Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will afckb y#u lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

MELTON. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOB VISITORS Cub Meota All Trains. V3hiox.es ok Hinn. Good Stabx-iug* BEST BRANDS OF ALES, WINES, AND SPIRITS. EiEATABDS. Telephone No. 8 WILLIAM MoNIOHOLL, Froprieter. '/W. i liC.'i .s.4 "SAFETV" EsMM© IS UNSURPASSED. S-sf&ratqr. jone price bt&tppeiz | <m r^k ij itamv&stepji 55 ^fiap-jsr. h p-'£ $ & b2ndbr. x'^sdums. q gnosr ttl bulk & savc money i hot ch'iy in cost d'jt in freight, if i <a oilwul ! /£&??&£> P r I roRTHE BESTcfIV£OT1iN06910 tee ejgnosin? . iaomub Printing am PuBiisumo Weils, aitkem STREET, ' gisborne. THE "GAZETTE" Oiwulsios all through tha Wbst Bodeiu: District. Thfcrsfe?a lbs " Qi.zr.Tvs.' should be Eeoogniset! ss &a A 3 v "rising Mediw. as TslS as b Hews Pubiisatiea. : job pnimrmo ■ department. There is no occ^iou to £Q to Melbourne for Job PriiHing of any description es v/o can do work to COinpare . favourably trv>tIi Melbourne!,' fcoih as regar...

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M[?]O PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

MO & JJAliiV OA'il'Lf'. ; AtAiviiiii, Bolt good-i onditioued stores, '21s to 26b lis to 14a; suckers, 5s to 10a i }«rk«ra, heavy weights, 38a 10 40s; prim« MtvioMbla WHgtito, 33^ to 32s ; iigut, 27s t* 30*; baconera, pnuiA, 50a tu o8« ; extra flfa tu 64a; litout, 38s upwards Back *,sLUii ,.i'.uio ticavy lata, £3- lOa to 61 It*; uu.it ^nuiu aua wciguty, £3 to *4; .iiig.x, tivrn 30s VAIUX UATXLB—Milkers, beBt, £9 15S to £14 ; good do., £7 15b to £9 ; others, £5. jprln^sr* : Bast, &7 l(te to £8 10 ; couple, A 16» ; good do., I16 10s to L7 5s ; other#, Li; upringiBg heifers, Li to L5 5s; few ehoiee forward heifers, L7 10a ; others, L3 5a • LB Ids. Fat coxtb, L6 to L7 5s ; good do., g«ud CO., L4 i5o to L5 10s; others, 30s up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

COMMtHCIAL 0 1 MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday Fat SHIEF. — Quotations : — Prime tMkhnd wathera, 17* Od to 13s 01 ; good to IS* 9d; prims crossbred ewes, 14a td to 18a 9.i ; good do., 12e 6d to 13a }6d ; N*w« merino withers, 158.91 to 17a Od ; {tod do., 13a 6d to 16s Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s J)d o IS* Oa ; «x18a .Od to 18a ,0d ;jgood, u> 13* Od, Wednesday tax Oaotlb - 3460, "yarded Prime ; bul- ; •bks voia «c ;rom £11 0a to £12 10s Od ; : mMffl #y., *13 lu« to £15 0a Od ; good do, - 41 lira to £10 Ofl ; seooud and heater do, jbt m 49 Ua; prime yens of cows, £7 j i.; gjua da, £(3 10a to £7 5s | iat Calves—660 penned Prime steers I buiiMt, £4 10a to £5 15a Od; prime j ukiv<iB, 4»a to 56a ; beet amall calves, 20a ' M him |

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE FARM. THE AIR A N[?] [?] LIBER A.L.WINTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 February 1914

THE F A :ni THE MR A NiriN*>r., A. U WINTON. .(% (M ill the fsvtilir.\oU'i»'*nli !'•:] -it, it plants, nitrogen is tlis.most o-»i>t15i« k n..n» ing over twic« us mi<»h nsj i\;■ h ;'r &oid, and thruo or l-ju; tim,-.~ h< mac-ii tu potash. This li.'^h is n;,f. h<.nv<:v«;t\ beoauso of its s-:ai city ; on t.: 1 • ■ amir:;ry it, if & very aommon element, foi Mini; over three fourths of the air aliouL us. Over every aoreof our farina, there hnn;,'= suspended enough nitrogen in a free or uneomiiinetf condition to be worth about £2.000,000, i' obtained in a proper stale of chemical com bination of other elements, hut the manu facture of nitrogenous fertilizers chenplj from the air has not yet been accomplished We have been obliged to bring nitrate ol aoda, guano, sulphate of ammonia, tankage blood, etc., from different parts to muk< good the defieioncy of this most important element in otir worn-out soils. liecent e...

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