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FOWL PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

FOWL PLAY. Thompson in an enthusiastic fowl ktoper. Unfortunately, ho lives on tha bank of tb'i river, and the other night t.har# was a (jrfut flood, and all his fowls wera drowned. "I thi-.ik I shall give up keeping fowls," ] ■aid . he, next day, to his friend Brown. "M.'here'd nil mine drowned." Brown: "I'll tall you what, old boy. Ihsrs's odo thing you osd do to jirmnt that happening again." Thompson: " What is it ? JDjn'l keep BOyt I supposo ?" Btowa; " No, bsop ducks." Mpft, wfcat d?e5th» teaobsr njasn by eaj* tag J ausi him ich»fU9<J bad latnpwF Ipn^lwdl Httl* JaG^e? " nifcfte*, fj>B, |ba| ?ct? $iji ffcea fas Mi ft* 9) ?ea k9t ;

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN INGENIOUS QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

$ . AN INGENIOUS QUEEN. . The modo adopted by Henrietta, queen ol ' Oharlos I., of raising supplies, does honoui to hor ingenuity. She at times found it neoeBsary to have recourse to the painful expedient of soliciting personal loans foi the service of her royal husband, not only from the fomale nobility of England, bul from private families whom she had reason to believe were well affeoted to the cause oi loyalty. To suoh as. supplied her witb those aids she waB acoustomud to testify hei gratitude by the gift of a ring, or someothei trinket from hor own oabinet: but when the • inoreasing exigencies of '.he king's ailairi | compelled her to sell or jawn in Holland ; the whole of her plate and most of he: ■ jewels for his use, she f.doptod an ingenious ; device by which she was enabled at a small , expense to continue her gifts to her friends, | and in a form that rendered these mors j prociouo to the recipient parties, becausi ; they had immodiate reference to herself, Whilst in Hol...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SUPERSTITIONS CONCERNING THE ASH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

«=■/ SUPB.SSTITIONS CONCEKN1NQ OTE1 ASH. Among tho ancients tho ash was astaeme> & Baoced tree, In the Scandinavian my ■ thology it is stated that the court of th gods is held beneath a miraoulous ash whose branches coyer the surface o! th world, ►"'and whose summit touohas th heavens, while its roots descend to tb. , region oi Pluto. j Tho Edda of Wodin holds the ash in ra j high a voneratioa that man is described a 1 being formed from it, Haaiod, who is sup : posed to hare lived in Hr/mer'a time, da j duces his brassan raco oi men from the ash | The inner bark of tho ash often was th | ; substance the ancicnt writorn wrote on bg j j fore the invention of paper. It wb§ bslisvei i that serpents had such fin antipathy to 4h, ssh thst they would not ftppro&oh 8T9I ; within its morning or ensuing shsdovn rsi : Pliny tells us (he Gays on cxperionos) thk if a fire and e serpent mta surrounded bj r.sh boughs, tho ssrpent would sooim ?Ui into the fire thfjn the boughs. D...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE SOCIETY JOURNAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

THE ftOCIETI JOURNAL POEM. fW By a Disillusionized Admires. Oh, bo sweet were the dainty verses That rippled of dawn and bloom, Of the thrunh, that its song rehearse# Mid the roses' odorous sloom ; Of the dainty white feet, and dimpled, That splashed in the rushy stream; And the little fs.ce sweetly wimpled— The angel face of a dream. Acd I said, a« I read and pondered, " A woman's spirit is here, 3o sweet and so pure !" so I wonderefl Which Muse of this nether sphere Had put her life in the poem— The tale of lior love had told— At least, all its dawn-tinted proem, Too tender for heart to hold. And 1 strove to seek out the singtr, And (ound no Sappho with lyr» Vibrating to rosy-tipped finger— For there sat by a tavern firo One who quaffed from a pewter voiael, And smoked from a sooty bowl.. And berhymed on a grimy tressel?®1 Whjlo His booti were awa, ** «olef

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

mil Baos. ami go. 6TOCK AG£NfS & PURE STOCK SALtSlVlENU 368 BOUKK-b] ST., MKLBOUitNE Telephone—1923 MOLD SAJLtiiS Ad FOLLO IFo'.:— Fai Cattle .. .Newmarket, \\ tdm-tu Pigs Corporation Yards, Wedne | and nurs1-4- i Dairyj(and Store Cattlejg,.. Corporation Yards, Fridays ClcaringaSales Conductedain all parts o/j, the State, i iry and Store Cattle, lor Sale Privately, also Stud jfigs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To .Let, Correspondence Invited, Monthly Country Markets at BACCHUo MABcjH-FOURTH MONDAY MJSLl'ON ... FIRST SATURDAY BOMSJfiY THIRD MOW DAY Craigieburn and J-.ilydale. — M b L T Q N UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. MB F.W. CLARK announcesjto the public of Melton and the surrounding {lBtricta, that, having taken the Golden f lduce Hotel, he is prepared to cater for their wants in a first-class manner, and hopes, by civility and attention, to merit a shared of their patronage. Best of Wines, Spirits, etc , kept. CABS meet ail Train. Good Stablesgand Loose Boxes, Oood Accommod...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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A Question of Time. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

A Question of Time. A story is going the rounds about a : c.&- jury mar., an Irishman, who ■ievcrl,v outwitted a judge, and that .villi \it lyiig. lie oatne breathlessly into court, say iiir: "Oil. my lord, if yon can eicusa me, •I'iiv il • ! - I do not know which will die ,mv wi h of my daughter." ".Th-ur !>:«»!• that's* sod," :>nid the inno •e-.i judge: "ivriainlvyou are excused." The i>;-xt d.ty the juryman was met )\- a t'ricud, who in a, sympathetic voice : >i ed: "How's your wife I "She's all right, thank you." "And your daughter ?" "SheV. all right, too. "Why do you iakV" "Vvhy vo fprday ynn said you did apt ;nov,7 wMch would die j "Nor do I, That is tlict prqhteis ti?«y siujip

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

u PUBLISHED EYKR? FKIJ>AY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. T/ie Oiabomc Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Bomscy, <is Bacchus Marsh Shire Council• FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 Methodist Chubch—The anniversary of the Methodist Church, Gis borne, will take place on Sunday next, when services will be conducted by the liev. Geo. Cameron, of Kyneton, and at 3 o'clock,' a Pleasant Sunday Afternoon—special singing. On Monday evening, a ".Britannia" sooial will be held in the church, at 8 p.m. Bbatbbook Estimates—Estimating his revenue on a 1/6 rate, the Braybrook secretary found that there would be a sum of £530y to spend during the coming year. Councillors were quick to give in their schedule of requirements for the different ridings and quickly had £3584 totted up. This done they split on the question of paying for them. Or Pennell thought that as the valuations had been ho much raised it wouid be a bleeding of the ratepayers to hare a 1/6 rate, Cr J iVLcKaj said...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Hottest Spot on Earth. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

JTIottest Spot on Earth. The hottest region on earth, says the Boston Herald, is on the southwestern coast of Persia, where Persia borders the gulf of the same name For forty ■•.unsecntive days in the months of July and' August the thermometer has been 'cuown not to fall lower than 100 de crees night or day, and to run up as high as 129 degrees in the afternoon. At Bahrin, in the center of the hottest i.-avfc of the torrid belt, as though it "was nature's intention to make the region as unbearable as possible, no water can be obtained irom digging wells 100, "200, or e-on ;eet deep, yet a com paratively nuniemus population contrive jo !ive there, thanks to copious springs which break forth from the bottom o/ :he gull' more lhan a mile from shore. The water from these spring is ob tained by divet'8. who dive to the bot tom and fil g atskin bags with tho ?orj!ing liquid and sell it for a living. The source of these submarine fount •tins is thought to be in the green hill of uouian som...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, September 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

BULLA ShlrtE COUNCIL Monday, September 28th, Present; Crs, Michio (president), ytarkie, Ford and O'Brien. After the minutes had been read The President moved and Cr, Ford seconded that the President's allow ance be £3U. Cr. Ford moved that Cr, O'Brien be elected President. Cr. O'Brien said ho would like to see one of the older councillors ap pointed. Cr, Michie, in seconding tho motion, congratulated Or, O'Brien on being selected as president. He was sure that ho (Cr. O'Brien) would fill the position worthily, and would show no partiality, in vacating the chair, he tlianked the Council for the help given in the carrying out of his duties. Un pleasantnesses would at times orop up, out these had been smoothed out sat isfactorily, He hoped his successor would have a pleasant term of office, and that tho Council would come out with a good balance next year. Cr. O'Brien, in taking the chair, re turned thanks for his election to the position of President, With his col leagues' assistance,...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Mourning in the Orient. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

Mourning iii tiio Orient. I White is the mourning garb through out the far East'. The Hindoo box whose father dies must not shavo oj wear tshoes' or shirts or anything ex cept a piece of white oloth during th« period of mourning. You sea China men dressed in white, moving among tho gayly dressed throngs of ovcrj Chinese city. ' And when a Chinaman in m mourning he braids white silk into his hair and has even the soles of hie (eot painted white. He entirely dis cards for the time all things of red solor, and he takes the red coloring ofl iiie furniture of his house. Bed is th« color of prosperity in China. It meant lucky, &nd the ordinary Chinese -visit ing card is a strip of red paper as long a-j a government envelope. While in mourning he prints his name on white visiting cards, and lie does this for three years. At the end of that time he puts on garments of a modified color and writes on liis visiting cards fche word "tarn," which means, "My ^rief i3 not so hitler as befo...

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the above Council was held on Friday. Present: Crs. Robinson, Minns, Uornbuckle, M'Phcrson, Howell, Bubcck, Greone, and Leake. The retiring President, Cr. Greene, occupicd the chair. Election of President. Resolved, .on the motion of Crs. Leake and Bubcck, that the Presi dent's allowance be .£15. _ Resolved, on the motion of Crs. i Greene aaitl Bubeck, that Cr. Leake be elected President Cr. Leake responded, and said he would do his best for the shire during his term. 'lie would move a. vote of thanks to Cr. Greene, who had carried out his duties well.—Seconded by Cr. M'Pherson.— Cr. Bubeck endorsed the remarks of the previous speaker, and hoped the new President would do well.—Cr. Minns also endorsed the previous remarks.—Cr. Robinson said "lie-had' grfcai—pleasure m suppot ting the motion. Cr. Greene had done well in keeping- down the expenses, and set a pood example.—Crs. Howell and Hotinbuckle spoke to a like effect.— The motion was ...

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Nickel for the World. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

I Nickel for the World. In the Copper Oliff mine, near Sud bury, Canada, it is said more nickel ifl lieing produced thau the entire market of the world calls for at current prices. A little branch railway off the main., line of the Canadian Pacific Railway, [our miles in length, leads out to the mine, which opens into the face oi a crag of the brown,, oxidized. Lauren tian rock characteristic of this region. The miners are now at work at a depth of about 300 feet below the surface.@ As fast as the nickel and copper-bear ing rock is hoisted out it is broken up and piled upon long beds or ricks of , ine wood, to be calcined, or roasted, f.>r the pursose of driving out the sul phur which it contains. The roasting process is of the nature of lime-kilning ->r charcoal-burning. Each great bed >f ore requires from one to two months go roast. When roasted the rock goes to the principal smelter, a powerful blast furnace, "jacketed"—in mining phra- e—with running water to enable it r...

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Landowners and Campers [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

Landowners and Campers A conference" of Bliirej called by Bulla tshire wa« held, at the Municipal Associ ation Rooms on Friday j Cr Mickie presi dent of Bulla shire, presiding. The chairman said the periodic invasion of holiday makers was not in itself the j objectionable feature, but the vandalism of some of the campers who took rails out of fences for firewood, rolled stones into the flats, and generally defied the farmers on whose properties they tres passed. Cr F. Buckley (Bulla) moved— That in the opinion of this conference the Government should include in the Amend ing Local Government Act provision that municipal councils should have authority to pas3 bye-laws regulating camping upon public roads and reserves witnin their -boundaries and-that power should be given to declare certain places camping grounds, upon which proper sanitary arrangements should be made, and registration fees charged, Power should also be given to prevent the use of firearms close to settle ment or cam...

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Not Superstitions Herse[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

Hot superstitions Herseft". *So yoii wouldn't, tlovq into your iia^» feouwe yesterd iv because it was Friday 1, Fie, fie, Mrs. Baldwin ' I thought you rere s'h.t r to sncl little supersti jfons." ttI know it was foolis/i in me, Mrs Ranibo, but we all h;.vo oiar weak uessos, you know." "Bat that's such a ridicnloua no tio'i. The idea that there can be any thing in the mere—why, Mrs. Bald to ! That's aa awful looking wart c>r, your knnckle. Why don't you rub it with a piece of ham-rind and then burj the riad nnder a stone and walk aw a) fit backward ?. Fve taken ofi dozens of then) in.that way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. Recorded_btJ|Dkktal Board of Victoria, WOODEND, AKD - QUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. -. WE make a Special Feature ot 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,jifgrequired. TEETH extraoted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices.|§Harse and Oatfcle Medicines. Orderb bt Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth J|g|» iBank of Hustratta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY ffcb Bank Ii open for til classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS aS EQUITABLE BUILDING), COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Al» at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, fiockbampton, Townsrille, asd Londoa. Ctble remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. • Foreign billu negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part, of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

NOTICE. MB H. M. LOONE1 (G.H.V.C.) VETERINARY SUEGEOI? Will yioit Olsborno regularly on SALB DAYS. All Mnde of doinestioitod anlaali sttsaied 60. All telegrams will isioate proapt att«»iioa. Mr Loonoy tray §V esninlfcsd ai Messrs JirrAj Bros.' oioro ©a Sal Daj;. Oiwtratiflg * Speoialty. All fissaes^s ;-v. trials attended to. Is es lisi. <£ elg &i' &? m d e? • ,p| SWM SrSi# ^ || lP-YOU'»SS-THS-SAMB,-Qil„ gj . lioriSlfelHUliMLICWBl |w a g?-w21^r,^9^' rags a M li -bv%r^ni m ■B IS IIMSliUPABSEDo I II SEPARATOR {(ca'£ pr/cs fej .1 ®Tmpjp£j& • 1 ^ i! i nARVBST&&<j&' p | & BiNBEZt V^SCfimS. i m omtrs m bulk & save monks gf not am? tM cost RUT ttt PRSl&W. £ £*J S7rt^* i-r-1* V, „ -: ; ftvj « I 8 ?HU6..%g"d£'f&&fg4>e> P $ 83 rORTHEOTc?|OTlNeSTB" 4 e" ,r:* ^ >r<-* * ~ stt ? „ i -■'?& $>viUsfesA Sfaesy tfiSity. file fetetoiie feette, fel©@ 1@ if fti iMsin...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY OATTLli MARKET, js Best^good-vonditioued stores, 2le to 62; i tltpB, llg to 14b; suckers, 6b to 10n • ' porkers, heavy weights, 38a to 40s 5 prima > serviceable' weights, 33s to 32a ; lignt, 27a ! to 30s; baoonera, prime, 50a to 58s ; extra j 60s to 64a j light, 33a upwaide Back-' tatters, extra priuia heavy tat,a, £3 10a to : K4 18b i bulk prima anil weighty, £3 to £4 ; roughs, from 30a .DAiai: Cattle—Milkers, beat, £9 15s to .614; good do., £7 16s to £9 ; othera, £5. Springers : Jtiosc, £7 10a to £8 10; couplc, £U 16a ; good do,, L6 10s to L7 5s ; others, Li; springiag heifers, Li to L5 5s j few c&oice forward heiters, L7 10a; others, L'd oa o L3 Ida. Jb'ac ojira, litj to L'l 5a ; good do,, good uo., L4 15s to L5 10s; others, 30s up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

^COMMERCIAL ♦ ®M£LBOUKNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday | Fi.x •<sShbbp.s|—. Quotations; — Prime foesbred wethers, 17a Od to 18a Od; good to 16s 9d; prime orossbred ewes, 14s Jd to 15s 9d ; good do., 12s 6d to 13s 6d ; jrime merino wethers, 15b 9>1 to 17s Od; good do., 13a 6d to 15s Od, Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14b Od OJ15a Od; extra, J 6s Od to 18s Od j good, ^9d to 13b 0d(< (Wednesday / FAT J.Oattle—24G0, yarded Primes bul OOke sold At from £U Oa to £12 10a Od ; CEtradOi, £13 10s to .£15 Of? Od ; good do, £8 15b to £10 0s ; eeoond and lighter do, 7 Ofl to iS8 Ob ; prime pens of cows, £7 0(j to £9 2s; good do, £6 Ida to £7 6s Fat Oalyes—660 penned Prime steerB BQd heifers, £4 10s to £5 15s Od; prime oalves, 45s to 55s ; best small, calves, iiOa to 32s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

iNuiiarfs B Intiujnsa Ours ^ The UnfwHiig Reini-rij for InSuuaza, Oatar?h, Bronchitis, *nc \ Weak Ch»ai, S iu cflnSuanu, i! quIcHlr rol!e?ss *.fc» jj ft catarrh, reduce9 tho fever, »ad spoedlly tal« § 1 lies the patient. It Is t!:o errand Tonic la § J cists of rjr.blli'r.ae^ompinied by weakas)! 1 ■V at C'.icat. U you ara suffering j'roa a | » psitiawi-i Ceifl, tnauenca, BrcuciiUls, es 1 j fxtx tiws* tscssr-sss, process & feettle rt case, 1 f ;.i§ ?U'A 8/4, it s!> £t<*ra» $mS Cbsatep. I

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She Had a Grievance. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 2 October 1914

Sho Hiul a Grievance. First Hen—I thought you nnacie » er>n tract with the boss to lay seven eggt a week until the first of January. Second Hen—I did, bat he only gavf me oue peak of feed a month and tooi timt outof my bill,'so I quit. I don't cackleate to be imposed ujmii in thai •war.— ■Detroit Free Press. The prayers of a lover are more im perious than the menaces of the whole World. There are twenty-seven States with over 1,000,000 population eaoh. At the previous census there were nineteen. The Italian clergy, unlike those oj Prance, and for the most part of Eng land also, have never made any objeo' tion to cromation, "When we came to tlia town," wzitos fe Georgia editor, "it was little more than a water tank, but now the very beat whisky in the country is sold here, and there are teri moonlight atillB in active operation in tho county, A news* paper is a power for good in any oom "jmmity," A. day or two ago a gentleman who was . , r Moratory, and whoso eon •-.i-oui : ! «.uU...

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