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APPOINTING JUSTICES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

. appoi.nti.ngr justices. TO THE KDITOR OF THE GAZETTK. Sir,—The writer "Me und Golt" appears 10 be as much off the track as the previous correspondent, whom he supports. He objects to the shiro council nominating a man for the position of a justice, but he doss not oay anything about giving every Tom, bill, and Harry in the community a voice in deciding whether the candidate has the naoessary qualification. I be lieve in the rule of the majority m political matters, but surely your cor respondent wuuid not remit such a nueetion, as the fitness of a man to in terpret the law, to a chance majority — loura, etc., FAIR PLAY.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELTON PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

MELTON PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS BALL. A plain and fancy dress ball, in aid of the funds of the Melbourne and St. Vincent's Hospitals, and the local Mechanics' Institute, was held in the Mechanics' Hall, Melton, on Friday evening, and it was one of the most brilliant gatherings of the kind witnessed in Melton. The project was mooted about three months ago, the moving spirits in the affair being Mrs. Riddell and Mrs. McKenzie. Since then the committee worked well, and the result was the gather ing on Friday evening. The hall was nicely decorated with light tints, and the effect, with the bright col ours of the costumes, was very good indeed. It is expected that about £60 will represent the takings—a very satisfactory result. The hon. ! secretary was Mr. C. J. Hogan, who was courteous and attentive, and whose arrangements were all that could, be desired. Mr, J. Riddell was a capable M.C.; and gave every assistance to the judges, who W8re on the platform, behind the orchestra (Briglia's Ba...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opiniers expressed by correspondents in this column.—ED. G.G.] THE GISBORNE RIFLE CLUB TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

CORRESPONDENCE [We.do uot necensarily eiidorfb tbo opiniots espreix-cii by cories{ ondoiits in this coluiiiii.—Ed. G.G.] THE GISBOiilN'E EIFLE CLUB I TO 'JUK KDITOK OF THE GAZETTE Sib,—With reference to the letter in your last issue suggesting the for mation of a mourned or infantry corp We have in 'OisUcrne a rifle ciub. 10 which the Government, some three years ago, granted a sum of £8-i for the erec ion of new targets, on con dition ihat the adjourning landowner would give a written guarantee that he would not interfere, in any way, with ihe range for a period of 5 years | That sum is still available. Would it not be more patiiotic if the landowner would give the guarantee asked for, in stead of attempting to do things that are beyond his rt-ach ? I think it would be a sin to send a body of men to the lront who caunot shoot; and there are a good many in tlie force who hardly know iiow to use a rifle Let us bear in mind Lord Kitchener's words, " Teach them to shoot and do it quick...

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CHRISTIANITY AND WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

CHKISTIAlSTrr AND WAJ1. (By the REV, PERRY MARTIN.) I There are multitudes of men and women to-day who are eagerly anxious to know something of the ethics of Christianity in reference to two great questions — "National Tyranny" and "Social Recompense." The question is frequently asked, "Is a Christian nation ever justified in using force as a means to combat evil?" Lot us offer some conside rations ; —■ Kevenge.—On one occasion Christ used these words, "I say unto you, resist not evil." But who were His hearers? They were the Shylocks of His day—men who would be sat isfied with absolutely nothing short of their pound of flesh—who re quired an eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth—'Whose demands for re compense knew 110 bounds of mode ration nor reason whatever, and in whom the heart of compassion was cold and dead, while vengeance— bitter, vindictive, and remorseless— claimed the uttermost fantliing. To such were these words spoken. Now, it is quite plain that not to resist evil i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

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MELTON PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

MELTON PATRIOTIC FUND. The following is the list of sub scribers to the above:— Collected by Mr. Alf. Smith and -Mr. C. E. Barrio: J. T. Elmes, £5; Airs. T. H. Skene, £50; S. Staugh ton, 51-; M. Audrey, 10/-; Mr. and Mrs. Cross, 2/6; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, £111. \Y\ Staughton, £25; M , Fair child, £5; A. Smith, £5/5/-; J. Byrnes, £1/1/-; E. E. D. Clarke, £50; C. Looncv, £5; J. Tolhurst, £1/1/-; O. Raleigh, £1; J. O'Neil, £.1/1/-; Walter Alinns, £1; E. Carew, £1/1-; Mrs. J. Richmond, £3; Miss Footc, £1; W. Gaitskill, 10/-; T. Col lins, 10/-; E. Toohey, 10/-; H. Hur ley, sen., £1; \V. Whittington, £1/1/-; "A Sympathiser," 2/6; M. Hogan, 10/-; C. Hogan, 5'-; M. Kerwin, 5,/-; AJiss Scotson, 11/-; Geo. Minns, 10/'-; A. She.bler, 10/-; J. Parker, 10/-; Mrs. Jones, 2, -; G. Si'Donald, 5/-; Mrs. Nissen, 2 6; Miss Staughton, 10/-; Exford Wc'n Employes, £3/9/6; Mrs. Myers, 3/6; W. Black, £1; J. Thom son, 2/'-; Melton Shire' Council, £21; C. E. Barrie, £10/10 -; Airs. Ross, £1/1/-; Geo. Minns, "T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

tTHE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. damyonT CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. ^Reookded'bxJIDental Board|of Yiotobia, f "IX/Y^OrMTNT T\ Aia> AT MORTLAKE, BUBROWA, N.8/W., L WUUJLJJC/iN D, _ and sr. KILDA. — - {QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - E make a Special Feature ol .Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor expanse 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 Medicines. Ordeks ur Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth Bank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY this Bank U open (or *11 clwei 0( GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS t» EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Briibane, Rockbampton, Townirille, and London. Gable remittance! made to, and drafts drawn on foreign placet direot. Foreign bills negotiated and eollected. Letters of credit issued...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

• One a ; Reputation • ! Is what people | Suppose it to bo. i I > One's Character • 1# what people have I Proved it to bo. I I I Bronchitis Cure Enjoys both an Excellent Reputation and an Irreproachable Character. Personal ReoommondaUon t$ the Beat Advertisement, and that is ythy Heama'a )>aa been at tho Top of the Tree for 00 msay yaare, <rim?ci?ntt3C=>s=*iewtiaw4e —fin ii'f-«S3'fc.-g THE FINEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, CROUP and CO-LBS. Always Ask for " HEARNE'3," and ee© that you GET it. Thera la nothing "just ©a good." . If not ebtelnabla locally. send direct ta W. G. HEARNE & GO. LTD., (kslong, Victoria. 4***% ft. % J s ' ' r ' ^ 4 "" • ' i-7"1' !j> r-'-r + -ii? jftftttitaei i?©sT f sttay. ®Ite feeite, fsl®i Is if fts Ml lis I©@& POST FEES THE GAZETTE Has a Large Circulation . „ _• THE GAZETTE Circulates in— GISBORNE NEW GISBORNE MAOEDOJ? fPOODEND RIDDELL'B GREEK LANCE FIELD Jtf NOTION 9UNBURY BULLA DIGGERS'BEST H3LTON XOOLERN . BUL...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY GATL'Lh. MARKET. Beat good-ionditioned stores," 2ls to 62; i ■lips,* lis to lis; suckers, oa so 10a porkcrs, heavy weigh Cs, 38a co 40s; prima Berviceable weights, 33s to 32a ; ligtic, 27b to 30a; baooneru, prime, 50a to o6i ; extra 60a to 64s; light, 38a upwards 13aok tattera, extra prime heavy tats, £3 10a to £4 18a; bulk prime aud weighty, £3 to £4 J roughs, from 30s Dairy Cattle—Milkers, beat, £9 15s to fill; good do., £? 16b to £9 ; others, £5, Sptiagaxa : Best, &7 10s to £a 10; couple, £U 16b ; good do., L6 10s to 1.7 6a ; others, LI ; springing heifers, Li to L5 6s; few choice forward heifers, L7 10s j uthm, L'6 os | 0 LB 15s. cjts, JuS to U 5i ; good do., | good uo,, L4 15s to L5 10s; others, 30s up, j

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

^COMMERCIAL » MELBOUKNE LIVE STOCK V eJ MARKET. Tuesday i?AT LSheep. — Quotation* : — i'ntue fosabred wethers, 17s Od to ido Od ; good to 165 9d; prime crubabreu ewe8, 14b id to 15a 9d ; good do., 12s (jd cu 13a 6d ; jrime merino wethers, Ids 9d do 17a Od ; good do., 13s 6d to 15a Od. Fax Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s Od o}15b Od; extra, 16s Od to ISs Od; good, 9d to 13s Od. i Wednesday •/•Fat Cattle—2460, yarded Prime, bul ooks sold at [com £l'l 0a to £12 10s Od ; extra do., £13 10a to i£15 Os Od ; good do, £8 15s to £10 0s; second and lighter do, 7 0s to .£8 0s; prime pens of cows, £7 0a to £9 2i; guoi do, £6 10a to £7 5a J Fat Calves—600 penned Prime steers and heifers, £4 10s to £5 15a l)d; prime I calves, 45a to 55a ; best small, calves, 20s ! to 32s I

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Motors for Rapid Transit. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

Motor* lor ilupid Transit. Bapid transit in crowded cities is moat conveniently brought abo.ufc by the nee of individual motors—(hat is, a neparale motor for each car. Tho eleotiio storage battery car is the pret tiest example of the class, but the stor* ° age batiery system is still only On trial commercially. The ordinary steam ea* gine is objectionable on account of noise and smoke, and ia not economical for all powers. Various motors burn' ing oil have been tried, but do not give satisfaction as yet for various reasons. Chemical enginoa such as the .soda motors, in which head is produced by chemical action other than combustion, are used to some estent in Europe. Compressed air motors aie in operation in various places, with more success in Franco than anywhere else. Ono greatdifliculty with compressed air motors is that the expanding of air produces intense cold and covers all the working parts with snow and ice. A Minneapolis engineer lias designed a motor -which is oxpoctod t...

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Wasn't Quite Ready. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

Wasn't linito ?lou(ly. During 11 revival in one of the .S'Uihern Btiiies, the minister no.ioing that ii young follow named Hank Boyd nad begun to sink down under apparonl conviction, approached him and asked, " blow do you fcolV" "Oil, uncldlin'." "Don't you t'eol that your lifo ha» iieen sinful, and that, it ia time to turn the certain destruction that ■iwaita you ?" middlm'." "Well, won't you come up now and .viico. down at the aitar?" "No, don't believe I will right now." "lint now is the accepted time. Hon •iiuca danger do you suppose your Boal in in ihi.s vorv minute?" '"Middlin' danger, I reckon." "Come with me," the preacher urged, uliitii? ho.d lus arm. "No, not right now. I'll 86e you after awhile." "Do not let anything stand betwean you and the cross, my dear boy." "Won't e. 1 kin he'p it," "Woll, thou come along-with ma" "No, not right now." "Donrtyou know that it is dangerous to wait?" "Ye-s reckon thar's middlin lot- of danger in it." "Then, for Heaven's sake, come." "N...

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It Crippled H[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

II Crlpp'«d IIiid. First Merchant—I want you to let that bill of yours run ten days longer, t bought a blook up town this morning l»nd, used all the ready money I had. Second Merohr.nt—All right, all right Been buying a business bl<>ck 7 /First Merchant—No, block of ice.— Detroit Free Press,

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First Class. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

First Class. Thwj are some people who imagim that wealth entitles them to privilege) nut accorded to (he general public, and exempts them from obligations and rules that others are disposed to obey, Money certainly buys us many priv ileges we would not otherwise enjoy, but it does not give its possessor the right to ride rough-shod over the com anr.uity, or to neglect laws made for the comfort and protection of others. -• Au incident which occurred on one ol our ocean steamers conveys a whole some lesson to th6 purse-proud contem ners of .the rights of the majority. A family of unlimited wealth had secured the best accommodaiions the steamer afforded. The gentleman and his wife kept themselves secluded the most of the time, but the children were allowed to run wild over the steamer unlil they became such intolerable nuisanens thai the captain was spo!;en to, and lie gave the youngsters a severe reprimand. This roused the indignation of thi. mother, who remarl-ed. to the captain that...

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GEMS OF THOUGHT [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

OEMS OF "THOUQMT [from t'no Rhju'i Iloxa.J 'TftJ'* <U-vil >* alwwit very polite u'hcs ■v first uxinus to yon. Ync will never kuo\r men antQ /on warn to iuvi- . iieiiu No man cji i iift himself an inch 07 (linking about iiiii.t-.ilL Ik V'iiiv.g :i)pn lii'i not drink thera vould !>« in' ilninhanis. Ti:i;k uiMluin comes from God; leada .0 Him and rusts in Him. To liNoNv 1 he truth ia the gate that ipens-into the way of life. l'eople who kill lions !<>nrn to shoot oy jn flcticiiig ou oihur things. Thk preacher who always aims at the head will never hit the heart. Tki'tii is God's eternal Mraight line, uuliemliiliie and unbreakable. Thk man who is not religious at home is not religions stiywheie. On one f-iu'o i.s life and <»n tJ 10 other deaili. On which Hide are you? G 1 vie the right man wings mid he -will know what to do with them. The man who never praiies hia wife de.-erves to have a poor one. The hardest battier we fight are the ones we ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

Good oharaoter largely depends upon the constant repetition of good aotions until they beoonie habitual; and what* 8v©r innocent means &ro necessary to sain this should bo used. Tho best should hftVQ the preference il thoy can be mode effective; but it te ussier tq a t^tives to ?rkiok

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

If shadows fall cm von and me (And. I suppose, thuv do), And life Is dark and health is poefi And everything is blue. Cheer up ! and take tho chance you hive, Secure a life renewar : 4mv siQoa\ s . }n? 3® roopj I Mh Gmt

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THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

THE FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Though some of the returns are yet incomplete, the result of the Federal elections has been a win to the Labour Party. The new mem bers elected in Victoria, are: W. A. Watt, E. F. G. Joily, A. T. Ozanne, P. Moloney, and G. H. Wise. The rejected are: Messrs. Kendell, Ahern, J. Bennett, and H. Irvine. Mr. R,. A. Crouch, Henty, loses his deposit. The following -was the polling for Ccrlo: — Subdivision. Kendell. Ozanne. Bacchus Marsh , , 604 693 Bannock-burn . . , 597 400 Barwon 1323 2265 Bellarine ..... 560 660 Belmont 1310 679 ©iamend Creelc . a 23S 187 Drysdaie 606 317 Geelong 745 871 Geelong North , , 005 691 Geelong West . . . 1409 2848 779 796 Melton 3S2 214 Meredith ..... 302 237 Moolap' 384 204 ■Newtown, Chihvell 1506 1417 Queenscliff .... 432 455 Sunbury 453 4 63 Wallan Wallan . . 560 393 Werribee 562 780 Whittlesea .... 517 296 Totals . . . 14,169 14,866 The Senate count will take some time yet, but, from the latest re turns, the Labour six are leading I...

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Result of a Slight Misunderstanding. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

Result of a Slight Misunderstanding. "Here!" exclaimed au irate young tnan entering a St. Paul headquarters for.book agents, "take back the pros pectus thou gavest and fork over my $2.50/' "Why the excitement?" inquired the . proprietor, "you are unduly agitated. What is wrong?" "Your instructions don't work, I ean't ingratiate myself wiMi the ladies of I,he home circle according to your rules." "Explain yourself,"J persisted the head center of the literary emporium. "It's this way. I did just as you Baid to do at the first house. I came to— rang -the bell and stood with hat oil . fcwuit-ing an answer, A lady came to the door and I said: . " 'Is Mrs. Q. in?' " 'I am Mrs. Q.,' she replied, '' 'Excuse me, madam,' I said, ^...t I took you for her mother.' " "What did she do then?" "Slammed the door in my face." "Of course she did. That is not what t told you to say at all." "What was it?" 'I told you to smile, and when a lady :ame to the door inquire, 'Is Mrs. Q, . »?' If she said, 'I ...

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SLAVE SALES IN AFRICA. The Infamous Truthe in Human Beings at Villages in the Dark Continent. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 September 1914

SLAVE SALESJS AFRICA. Ite Tnfamoua Tru***c In Human l*einga a* ; . Villages iu tb<» Dark Continent In the slave shwls, says the C-mtury, *11 ag«s of both ;!exes are to be seen— mothers with their babes; young men and women; boys and girls, and even babies "who cannot yet walk, and whose mothers have died of starvation, or per haps been killed by the-Lufeinb*. Out1 Beldora sees old men and okl women; they are all killed in the raids; their marketable value being very small, no trouble is taken with them. "Witnessing groivps of these poor, helpless wretches, with their emaciated forms and sunken eyes, their faces a very picture of Badness, it is not difficult to perceive +<he intense grief that they are inwardly suffering; but they know too well it is ti v Uo-a to appeal foi sympathy to their m<jroiless masters, who have been accustomed from child hood to witness jlcls of cruelty ami brutality, so that to satisfy their insati able greed they will commi...

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