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Carrying Concealed Weapons. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

•Tin-ryUi!* Concoulod Weapons, The law against carrying concealec Treasons is supposed to be in force ii nearly all the Northern iitates cast o MiBsisbi: pi. Though ii is gougrnllj known and understood, it is cnforccc only iu rare case-. It is designed t( operate against desperate character! and can not be strictly enforced without doing injustice to many rcspectabli people, who liavo to be arm&d iu cast of self-defense. Men who have th< handling of large rams of money, o whose duties call them into datigennv localities amoi.g all sorts of people, of ten need to be armed. It is often t good law for the police. It gives tisein iu many cases, ground 011 which to ar rest and hold a suspicious chan;c!e when there is no other charge at hand In New York one rarely hears of as arrest for carrying a weapon, althougl hundreds walk Broadway with a pisto within reach. If ;i man gets in troubh and is arresied for anything the weapoi is confiscated and may be used as evi dence...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. Revised by J. M. Seuimens, Chief specter of Fisheries and Game on 2nd April, 1913: — THE "WHOLE YEAR. All Australian fauna, with the excep tion of snakes, 'n the national parks and pubiic gardens acanthizae or tits, anfc-euters,' porcupine, or echidnas. liabblcrs. boars (see native bears), bee eaters, bitterns, bronze-winced and other wild pig&ons, bustard or wild turkey. Galifornian quail, caterpiilar-catOiiers. cliat.s (see epiithianuras), coach-whip birds, cockatoos (black), cranes, all birds known at cranes, such as herons, egrets, etc. (except the Native com panion or Australian, crane), cuckoos, cuckoo-shrikes, curlews (see southern stone plover, etc.) Deer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wild. Echidnas or porcupine, ant-eaters, egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus, opbthi auuras or chats. En:.tails, (ly-catchera, frogmouth or •largus and mopokes. Graucalus iaunl^, ali member,! ol Herons, see cranes. Ibis. Java turtle dove. Kangaroos, black-fa...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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 — 7 August 1914

"USTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS j ? ['Where the term "The ^ om man weal th" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in ih-o British Em pire " .. 0 1 ("or delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torreo Isi&uda .. 0 2 Jov delivery in other plaoes .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. ror deb'very within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half, 'or delivery in the British Empire (sec list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. •'or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Lalanda—Single, Vd. each, ^or delivery in other plaoes— Single, 2$d. eaoh. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed with th« Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each half of wiiioh has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be transmitter to places within t-ho Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated undei "Letters," to wh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MAUD MULLER IN THE CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

1ffAlrD MULLER IN THE CITY. Taud Jfuller on a summer's day :rt a lion in a brand-new way, Mauri, you f-ee, was a city girl, I'rying the rural life a whirl.) -:lio covered a box with tinsel gay, ' incd it snugly with new-mown hay, 'illed it nicely with efrcs, and then -;tarlcd to look for a likely Herr. lilt of the flock selcctcd one, \hd then she thought.that he? WO?1j v>-uh done. .. ?t Would haV3 be&h, but thia stub born hen Btnod up and cackled "Ko-dojt t>J and then Maud Mullnr came, and in hurt eu? prise Looked coldly into the creature's eyes : Then tied its legs to the box. "You bet f know how to make you set." But still* it stood, and worse and worse Shrieked forth its wrongs to the uni verse, Kicked over (lie bos with tinsel gay, Vv.d ieimniiinoiiply Hopped away. I'l'in a bad boy. over the barnyard fence. f rc-hecd ; "See, Maud, there'3 a dif fr-t'Pnt'O I 'T',vrr-n hnnft. you know, and it la that 1 Hue ?nv* "Ka-duot !" and one " Ka* dm !" t'lien Jfaud recalled th...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAM YON, CHEMIST — OPTICIAN ^Recorded byJDental Board of Victoria, WOODEND, — and ^st.'kilda. — — QUALITY 18 OF FIR8T IMPORTANCE. - ¥ E make a Special Feature of Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor expense in this most important branch of Pharmacy. Send your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Mndicines. Orders bt Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth Jg§J*Bank of Eustralia HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Ab B»nlc ti optn hr il! cluus ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURTTg Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Roclchampton, Townirills, Mid London. Cable remittances made to, and drift# drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills' negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bilh negotiated or forwarded for ...

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

BH0MCMIT13 CURE The Grandest Remedy'for arid COLDS FWi ir.'i' %W 1n"LH H -Vir^ ■ nil**1!11 55^ igxS A dom or two Is generally sufficient KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE ,iOLD W all :CHEMISTS and STORES NOTICE. MB H. M.-LOONEY (G.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUBGEON "V7U1 Tieit Oinborno regularly on SAL3 DAYS. All kinds ol domestloafad aninftlr attended to. All talc-prams will Moeia proEipt attention. Mr Looney teay D? consulted at Messrs Brnly Bros.' sio?o «» Sal Days. Castrating a Specialty. All biadfl Cfl $«2a&s{£a animals attended to. AND SO W1U.Y0U BE IF YOO USE THS SAMB OII,. "SAFETY" BRAN© IS UNSURPASSED. m ■3sp&rat&f& i one pr ice t/sx* j i ftarvbsterz ^/®vL I fs&AP>&r. lf%g,!£ P | <& BENDER, v*smm$. S3 ortoeft in buux & savs money not amy. in cost but in prziont. i 1 -u ^fi-mrfckeilwui aiRMOfjr^wmiKO^iBi * V « c* -*V* > ; *t.!-v--'-: - M Will be paid if the following Certificates of Purity and Goodness granted...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

MKLBUUJttNiS PIG & D^lKY OATTLii MARKET, Beat good-iouditioued utoies, 5J18 to 62; J Siipa, lis to iia; auokms, oa to 10d - j porkers, heavy vvtigUw, to 403; prims j berviceable wciglitrf, 33-i to 32a ; ughc, 27s } to 3vs; bacouera, prime, OUi to otis ; extra ; bUa to tjia; lytic, 38a upwards Back* j tatters, extra [inmo iieav^ iata, £'$ 10a to j £4 18a; bulk prime uuu wui^uty, His to £4 ; lougUs, trurn 3Ud l>Aua Gattlk—Milkers, beat, £9 los to fcli; good ao., £1 log le £y ; others, £a. ipnugciB : iSest, &7 iv/B to £8 il) j couple, ' £y loo ; gowi ao,, Jjij iUd to L7 os ; others, Lil j spnugiug Ueiicis, LI to Jud us j tow - cuoice Xuiwaiu nuncio, LI iOti ; others, hi db , v ud ids. jmu Jj j w L/ os ; good do,, : jjOv/U uo,, li4 jLoj to L5 lUS ; ulueifi, OUfl up. I

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

COMMERCIAL —«— ' MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK ... AlABKET. Tuesday Fat [Sheep. — Quotations : — i'rimo fOBsbred wethers, 17a Od to ISb Od ; goud to 16a 9d; prime cross bred ewes, 14a Jd to 15a 9d ; good do., 12s 6d to 13s 6d ; jrime merino wetherB, 15h 9d to 17s Od ; good do., 13a 6d to 15s Od. Fax Lambs—Prime sold at from lis Od o 15s Od; extra, J5b Od to 18s Od; good, 9d to 13a Od. Wednesday Fax Cattle—2400, yarded Prime ,, bul oo&s uoId at from £11 Od to £12 10s Od ; extra do., £13 10a to £15 Oa Ud ; good do, £8 15s do £1U 0u; second and lighter do, 7 Oa to .£$ Os ; prime peas ot cows, £7 0a to £9 2a; good do, £l> 10s to £7 5j Fat Calvks—CGO penned Prime steers ana belters, £4 10s to £5 15s Od; prime oalveB, 45s to 55a ; best small calves, iOs to 32s

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DON'T WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

DON'T WORRY. i There is but one way out of tht ' di.ncuity. It is impossible to avoid ti.e eauscs for worry, for there is nt i iio.y that does not bring Us share,, j but the trouble lies in the fact thai no many yield weakly to the depres sions 10 which nearly every one- is j lialde, and do not make any effort ; to rise superior to their trials. Wor | ry is not always the accompaniment >f great troubles ; it more frecjuentlj uiscs from petty cares, the constant :-.r and fret of which in time wear* ■■•'.a the life. These can surely .nit aside if one has the will to 'dc so, and this is most easily done by substituting in their places thought! of other and better - things, which will take the mind out of sel( aad ««]/ish affairs, and turn it in channels.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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[?] [?] Drugs. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

«» **s A e-.IVt.' ".Villi Hi re l.iSill Pisrs OU A* !' :2v lien un u •' '1 :it ilifc County ;\i- lie is a if '.I t- use >>t ;io:i;hi:;e, Cuouihe, HI:cl filiHV p.'Worfii] 3n:-jn. llis history in k'i ini.'-renlii'g •jit), and, as l)r. McXa:;iu- > K&yn, lie "ia m excellent subjoot i* r 'i novelist." Whou mi attendant reiix-ved the cloth '.i'g o£ the patient yesterd vy the skin oI his emueiatod form looked Ii"© fcli.it of a tattooed man. lie was hlac'-c and blue from neck to ankles, the it-., it of five jpars' use of a hypoder:.iie .-.yiinge. The man's name isGcigo Moyneaus, or Muvneard, a French [ ity.sii ian of 35, learned in his profession, Bpeaking foul languages, and a g-aduate of the Uni varsity of Ileiuelliei'g, Germany. H« wiii pioKed u;> at irlalsted and Jackson street-. Hi- clothing was old and torn, mid lie loured like a tramp. He had taken a dohe of atrophia, one of tin dead:iest of poisons, and in one of hi( pockets were found two vials, one con taining ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE SOCIETY JOURNAL POEM [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

the society journal poeh a Bt 1 ;D2BILMJ8I0MZSI> AdMIuKR, .Ob, so.s.weqt were tho dainty verse* That rippled of dawn and bloom, Qf the thrust), that its song rehearse! Mid ilia roses' odorous uloom ; Of the dainty white foet, and dimpled, That si>!ftuhG.l ii> the rushy stream; A.nd the litil,# faca sweotlv wimpled— .Ths^i'Belface ol a dream. And I said, su i read and pondered, "A Romania.spirit is -here, Jo.sw.eet and so pure 1" so I wonderod Which ,Muse of thisncther Bpher# Hacl.piUher life in,the poem— Tho talo of her.love had;told— AUeast, all.its dawn-tinted.proom, Tjoo.tondDr^lor.lheart toehold. And I strore to seek out the singer, And found no Sappho with Iyr« Vibrating to.roBy-tipped fhiper— For there sat by a tavern lire One who quailed from a pewter yttiel, And smoked from a sooty bowl, And borhymed on a grimy tressel, Whilo hia boots were m. S* sole I*

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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The Bitter Before the Sweet. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

£ The Bitter' Before the Sweet. Jimmy—Mamma, I wish you would whip me real good and hard. Mother (surprised)—Whip you! Why, Jimmy, you haven't done anything wrong, have you? tHrumy—No; but mo an'Bill J'onea &*6 goin1 Bvyimmin', and you kuo^ you told'me yo'd liok me if I went, so 1 thought I'd enjoy the swim a good dea) mote if frou'd do it beforehand. SiUore-ncG I Tlioie ifj no aunagairjg will, pi,d .

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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A COOL BEGGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

■> ' A COOL. BK'CK; ATI. :• beggar in a large town mule a regular stall' of almsgiv On a recent occasion this man -.coasted one of i:is palrcns as usual, -,nd vcccived from him half-a-crown. •it? .beggar tool; it, thanked thi i.itior,'"but apparently seemed clissat riled. "Well, what is it t" Bald the gen rierriR-n. "It is this, .sir. Every month fo; years past you have given me shii'lings, but to-day you give me on ly hal'-a-crown. 1low is that ?" "VVi'il, I'll tell "you," said ihe gen tlemaii, smiling good-humr:red!y. " have had some unusually heavy ex penses this month. My eldest, daugh tcr has married, and, the outlay o her ttduss"cau, etc., has'" compelle mc to retrench in every direction." yes, I see," said the. beggar "i'ut, sir, I r^n'ly cannot afford ti contribute 'anything towards you' laughter's wudding expenses."

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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GENERAL FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

; u GENERAL FRENCH. Little haB beeu he?.rd of GeBer&, French of late. The reputatioa 1)« has made during the war is one oJ ;hr,se ob.icct lessons which has'"mosi' impressed upon the public lie neces sity of altering the system which gey verns our army. Before he wenfc.tc ■^oiith Africa many of his superioi r-.ccrs had formed but a slight opin ion of his ability ; lie has given.theni cause since to reconsider their "criti cism of him. Another soldier v/hc iias done splendid and persistent work unobtrusively is General Plum er, and both he and General French •ill bp substantially rewarded foi u services . *• - ■

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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He Killed Rats Legally. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

BCc Killed Hats .Legally, Oscar is the jauitor of a tall building on Dearborn street, says the Ohicaga Tivies. Nobody knows what his sur name is, end, being a German of recent importation and a distinguished looking j fellow, he is called Bismarck as often as Oscar. He is conscientious in his manner of performing his duties, and has lately undertaken the task of rid ding the building of rats. He set sev eral large wire traps and had sool caught twenty or thirty of the pesky creatures. Having caught them tha next thing was to kill them. Oscai j thought the matter over and decided on . a plan. He took the cages containing ] the rodents up to the eighth Btorv, placed a plank on the window sill and the traps on the plank. Tlio animals were then gently poked with & switch, being thereby induced to amble out to the end of the plank and stop decently off into vaoanoy. By and by Oscar de scended to the alley and cleared awaj the remains. He was very happy over it until soma onB told...

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HOW OIL-CLOTH IS MADE. The Styles Change Semi-Anually. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

HOW OH.-OLOTH IS MADQ. 1'Sta Stylo* CJiunjipo Soml-Anx».fvlly. What *va call oil-cloth is known ia. t-nglaiid f..H "floorcloth," but the ma-i |sri»l and tho process of manufacture to both countries is the same. The body of. oilcloth ia what is called burlaps, made of lute, aud imported trom Sootlaud. This coarsely-woven Fabric is limp, and is stiffed by being passed thivugh a mixture of staroh and afliie r-nd over hot rollers, coming out, it might be said, laundried. It ia then ready fur the paint machine, where if Is given the body. There are four qualities of oilcloth, tie; ending: 011 the number of body ooats sf paint. That which is to be the bast reality receive live or nix coats; the po^'cr gr.ides a less number. The ck.jli, in pieces twenty-live yards long by i wo yards wide, is dried in racks which ara constructed in tiers of twenty. . The thickness of each coat of paint ia governed by a .steel knife, in manipu lating which a workman becomes so I proficient that he can tell n...

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

| S~il Te&tefj? $ §s!J©t&*f» Fsek (5»a|.'w>5s®, «^»«k .-A-4V «fc._&.

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Story of a Hen and a Cow. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

Story of:i Hon arid a Cotv. Hens are l'unny critters, but I have the funniest of the lot on my farm, Baya an old fanner. Not long ago she took i a violent liking to a cow of mine, and every day she wculd go out into the yard and jump on the cow's hack. Tho cow at first indignantly resented this arrangement, but the hen kept on do ing it until Brindie philosophically ac cepted tho situation. The hen Would keep all the flies oil the cow, and whsn flvor sh4 discovered that tho cow T?oal4 lika to by scratched on tV>© back, b|xo \ '•VHuid pc-rf.inr. that duty. Brindla aad iL>e cuiinut bo parted now.

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A FARMER'S DEBTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

A tfAUMKirs IVLUTS. jr Thomas Norton, farmer, of Melton, i was proceeded against at the Foots- f: cruy Court on Monday by William ? il. Birch lor ihu recovery of Ji-13 3s. ' : •sr. A. (J. Secomb appeared for com- • Mainant, and All*. Croft for the de fence. -Mr. Secomb : Since October, 1909, • L909, Birch obtained an order against Norton for a:53 3s., and dg tendant had since .paid £10, wiiicn . was at the rate of £2 a year. i Thomas Norton, the defendant, was examined. Ho stated : I am a far- .■ mer, residing at Melton. 31r. Secomb : Since Ozlkqer, 1009, how much have you spent 111 the pur- . chase ox seed each year ? ; .Defendant : £-10 to £45 a year. f During that period, what stock : have you bought V—None at all. How ryany horses have you V— •' None. 'i Is the seed paid for V—No, 1" ouo ■' £100 for seed. ,i Who owns the horses with which you work the farm ?—1 have to hire : ihem from my neighbours, and also the machinery. j, What is the average cost a year \ for the hire oi' ho...

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR.JAMES BIRSS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 7 August 1914

0B1TUABY <5 DEATH OF 3I.it, J A.MES BIHSS. Our .Riddoll correspondent writer:— Although Mi'. James Birss had reached the great age of 101 years, lii.s death 011 Saturday morning last here came as a shock. He was in his usual good health up to shortly be fore he died, and had apparently had a seizure of heart affection • at his bedside. After breakfast he had gone to his bedroom, and was shortly afterwards found dead by a little girl, daughter of Mrs. Han, mill, with whom he had been stay ing. The deceased was quite a cele brity, for much has appeared in the press concerning him. .Locally he was u. giJat favourite, especially with the children. lie often acted the role of "Father Christmas," for which part he was typical in ap pearance. His fondness for children was very great, Uorn in Aberdeen, Scotland, on the 17th .June, 1810, he was 101 years in .I line last. He came of a long-lived family, his grandfather reaching 10G years, his father US, an aunt 103, and he had a si...

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