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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL SHIRE SECRETARY'S RESIGNATION ACCEPTED. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 October 1914

BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL   SHIRE SECRETARY'S RESIGNA-   TION ACCEPTED. The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Monday. Present : Crs. O'Brien (president), Michie, Ford, Branigan, Starkie and Buckley. Correspondence. From the C.S. 10s, amount for the shire out of line levied on Alexan- der Mathieson.—Received. From J. Deverall, stating in the house he lived in in Darbyshire street   there were 3 blocks. He had pos-   session for 27 years, and understood these would be included with his own when paying rates. He requested a receipt to show there were n0 arrears. From E. M. Martin, stating he hoped the Shire Council would not be too hard 0n them for cutting the piece of wood off tree at Bulla Creek ; they had no idea they were doing wrong;' it was a ory piece 2 feet long, and they took it to boil their billy. They were driving stock to Yarram, and | would pay the damage.—The secre tary said there was a reward of £2 for information. T...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

CLOSE seaSuhs FOR GAME, &e. Revised by J. M. Sommens, Chi«f la* spector of Fisheries and Game on April, 1913:— ** THE Wf jLE YEAR. _ All Austialian fauna, with the eaoop tion of snakes, in the national parks and public gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-e;»ters, porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers, bears (see natiro bears), bee eaters, bitterns, bronze-winged and other wild pigeons, bustard or wild turkey. C'aliforniau quail, cacerpillar-oaiohers. chats (see epathianurai), ooach-whip birds, cockatoos (black), cranea, all birds known as cranes, such as herons, egrets, etc. (fxcept tli© Natiye oom pmon or Australian oraue), cuckoos, cuckoo-shrikes, ourlows (see southern stone plover, etc.) Deer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wild. itWuciuas or porcupine, ant-eaters, egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus, ephthi anuras or chats. i a.itails, fly-caichera, frofpnoath csr . .uargua and mopukea. Graiualus taiiiiiv>, ail members o4 Herons, see cranea. Ibis. Java turtle doro. Kangaroos, biack-fao...

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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 — 6 November 1914

."uSTAL RATBS AND REGULATIONS j _ _ / I . PVhere the term "The Common wealth" is used in oonnoction with these r&te* and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounoe «r fraction thereof, "or delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 ''or delivery fas British Em pire 0 1 'or delivery in tlx© Nw Hebrides, Banka, and lorre® lalaods .. 0 3 ror delivery in other plaoe» .... 0 2j1 LETTER CARDS. <'or delivery within the Common-wealth Single, la. eaoh; reply, Id. txueh half •'or delivery in the Brtuih Emuire (&©• list of placeB wider "Letters )—Sin gle. Id. each. for delivery is New Hebrides. Banks and Torres Island*—Single, 2d. ea<sh For delivery in other plaoea— Single, '2±d. eaoh. POST CAHDS. Single Poat<w&» impres&ed with Uw Ld. stamp, and Reply or doable oardg. Divch h&Lf of which lias the ld. stsmf imprea&ed iiieraoa, may be transmittec to plaoea within the ...

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

ft' j j\T t I c. fH Ci of Lar-re experience _ Recommend ! j _ •! Fl m f*. n i Km lM;;|j ^K'-j^N | § ( W-ItSat&aui;ai lis ul I %& ygiiu t© their Patients. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING of 176 Davis Street, Brunswick, Vic., writei as follows (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing about the amount of goodCLEMENTS TONIC tas done .my daugh ter. In January last year, she was operated upon for appendicitis. She was eight weeks in the hospital, and came home- very weak and run down. I nave her several bottles of Clements Tonic. It. soon strepglieyea her nerves, she-was as well as I could wish her before long. Fourteen '.years ago I f;rst used this mcdirine as a mrfse and have rcconuncnckd it times out of number. Ihave seen peoyle restored to heaKh and strength,"and bless tLc day Hicy heard of it. It never failed to do good. * CATHERINE KGRTiriG " Never be without this .nu'Oicr.ie i? rnn- ]* down, wilh Weak- Netvcs. I ac! »j Poor Api"tUe or Constipation, It ; j j the huuian ...

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HOW HE DOES IT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

HOW HE DOES IT. BY KATE THORN. He is on-the verge of desperation b& fore he'attempts it. ; He has tried all the expedients known fa> oivilized man, and all having failed, the melancholy fact is forced home Upon his soul that he must sew on a button, or lie abed for the remainder of his life. He mortally hates to undertake it. He looks round among his belong ings for a needle, and, after a long and vigorous search, he finds one rusted Into the pincushion, with the point bro 'ken" off. Then he looks" for thread, and resurrects a snarl of odds and ends, and selects the finest, because' experience has taught him that the finer the thread the easier it would go into the eye of the needle. Next thing is a button, for of course he has lost the one which has came off, as is usual with men. "Women always have all-their loose buttons, and so do not have to search ■ for them. - Ho finds a good many buttons, but hone of them are exactly what he wants. Still, they will do, he thinks. ...

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He Knew Himself He Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

He Knew Himself He Thought.'. It takes more than a knowledge oI arithmotio sometime to do a "sum in subtraction." "Dp you know anything about figures, 'Unole 'Eaatuo ?'" said a merchant to an #pplicant for work. "Yes, sah." "Well, ii I ware to lend you $5 and you promised to pay me $1 a month, lio\v much -would you owe me at the expira tion of three months ?" "Five dollars, sah." ''I'm afraid you don't know much about figures." "No, oah; bat I apec3 I knows all about Unole 'Eastus. Comment! ttsad OrltlcUms Based Upon She Happening# of the Day—Historical sod Nows Notoo; The area of the "West India docks ii 800 aorea. There are oyer 40,000 children at tending the Bobools in London who ar< insufficiently fed. Oyer 18,000 pupils were flogged in the Boston schools last year. The Bos ton sohoola seem to be given mostly te "manual training." It is stated on good authority that th« factories of England, France, Germany, ind Holland produce about 77,000,008 pins daily. But where d...

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

mcPHHlL BEOS, ami GO. STOCK AGtreTS & PURE 8TOCK SALtSiViEN, 368 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—1923 HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS Fat Cattle .Newmarket, Wednta Pigs ... Corporation Yarda, Wedue aai hurst1 Dairy and Store Cattle .. Corporation Yarda. Kridays Clearing Sales Conducted in all parts oj the Shite. iry and Store Cattle for Sale Privately, alao Stud Pigs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To Let. Correspondence Invited, Monthly Country Markets at BAGCHUs MABrSH—FOURlH MONDAY MKLTO s ... FIRST SATURDAY KOMSKY .. .. TiilUl) MONDAY Craijiiebuni and Liiydnle. WMm7l££ge HOTEL-, — M t L 1 U IN UNDKR is Ew M A NAG KM K NT. I VI li i^W. CLARK anuounces to the public tT* 1 of Mellon ;=r>< 1 ibe surrounding llatricts. that, having taken the Goldeti notice Hntel, he is prepared to cater for then wants in * first-claf- mmiuer, and hopes, by Utility and attention, to went a share oi tc--#ir patronage. Ce«t of Wiues, cipiriis etc , kept. CABb Di«et all i'raio. Oi.od 6tab...

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Old Exception. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

Old fjxcoptlaft. In Atlanta, Ga.,-there is an o]d bnaj neaa man,-with, snow-white bean} and hair, whom.everybody calls Old Excep tion. When Slieririai.'n army inferred Atlauta,' Sherman issued an'order tlm1 all non-combative Conl^'derates «h->v.ld leave the'city -within tw'anty-lour hours. This manj who was a founder, called ;ir Sherman's headqtiartera.'' "J want," he Baid, "to remain in Atlanta. I am a business man, and had no hand in the hostilities." "Didn't you cast guns for the rebels in your foundry?" Geu. Sherman inquired.- "Yes," was the re ply, "I did, but I had to do it. 1'have large interests here, General, ai:d I wish you would make me an exception; I'd like to stay to look after my prop erty." "Yes," said Sherman, grimly, "I'll make an exception in your case." The Atlanta man's l'ace brightened,''ana' he started to leave. "Orderly," Gen. Sherman called, "I've concluded to make an exception in this man's case. The orders are that all citizens shal1 leave Atlanta withi...

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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 Councils FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914 COUNTRY ROADS BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Qisborne Gazette ♦« an Advertising Medium of the Qisborne, Melton, Bulla, Momsey, <Si Bacchus Marsh Shire Council* FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1914 COUNTRY ROADS BOARD The meeting ol municipal repre sents tivee, convened by the ;New>ham i Bhire Council, alter the Municipal Conference, .to consider the actions ol the Country Roada Board, was, from the conveners' point of view, a fiasco, as the great majority of the speak ers, and evidently of those present, were not in agreement wuih the con venerB ol the Conference. The fol lowing resolution, moved by Cr. Donovan, of .Newhani Shire, was, after some dlscueslon, rejected;—• That a deputation wait on the Minister of Fublic Works to urge the necessity of having the Countrj Roads Act so amended as to embody the main features of the act recently passed in Great Britain, by which a greater measure of independence is secured to the municipalities. The object of the resolution was do show that the municipalities we...

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Saving the Heather. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

Siivtiig tlio Heutlieti; Stranger (in Btuoklyu)--\Vher§ fetf all tli'.ifO g«nt.:eniiia goii.gr Ko-icloht—Tiifjy a e fpui;# to bid fare wr?.il to a pcipiUELr rui.-isionary to Cbi'ift who has- l»eS;i \&vy tactfe in to-ich i?!}; »h® haalliSh tli,5 ot .luva aud •,'C>;ioe( .• ; " r tssgi And wijerg is this fffesss ol 5-> tjoing?" "'I'toy ar^ioj^io Biorts a Q&tagpe

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GISBORNE WATER SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

GISBORNE WATER SUPPLY As will be ee^n by our advertising columns the Gisborne Wa'er Trust has decided to take drastio measures to ; prevent the w»ste of water during the summer months. These who have V'ardena, -however araall, will be ob liged to put on metr-rs, as the use of a . hose, otherwise, is striot'y forbidden. I The members of the Trust are only doiua: their duty in preventing a few individuals from monopolising the j water supply ; the pi ty of it is that the i actions of about half-a-dozen rate- ; payers who, it is well known, have i been allowing the water to run to waste | in their gardens, should render a measure necessary that will be the causa of considerable expense to the body of the ratepayers. As a matter of tact the pipes bring down amplo water, not only for domestic require ments, but also for the gardens, if peopl' would ba only reasonable in using it. Some years ago the Trust framed regulations according to which hosing was allowed in oertain streets on oerta...

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Killed by a Thread in Her Ear. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

Killed by a Thread in Hor Ear. Miss Gyrena Alice Boyd, a young lady, aged-19 years, whose parents re side in Yolo County, died the other day under peculiar circumstances. A few weeks ago she was:visitin£r friends in San Prancisoo, and whiie there had her ears pierced. She was very particular to urge that, white siik be inserted in the puncture,- but the thread finally used contained some coloring matter. A.day or so,after the operation Mis? Boyd returned to her parents' home in Yolo. Withi.i a few days she experi enced soreness ab'-nt the ears, but did not regard ihe matter sis ul much con sequence. One day sly..and .her sister, happened to bo out-in a- shower, ami Mis* B >yd t-uk cold. The oHect.of Uip exposure began to manife -t iiseR i - li-;> ears, already swollen ninl H0'e. Tiie • >be became alarmed, ai.d, np"n her .'ather's advice, s-lie camo to ;hi-. city u; •:ecnre medical' attenti Uev earn 'awip'Ped rapidly, the awe-ling exta-ding to her..ace, and finally one "( li...

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CARL DUNDER. Some Things That Bother Him. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

CARL DUNDER. Some Things That Botlwr Him, If slie vhas a cold day somerpody wants to know if he vhas cold enough for me. Can I have it shuat so cold or warm I Vhas I to be der shudge? If he vhas a hot day somepody wants to know.if slie vhas ho-, enouglrfor me. Suppose he was or wasn't I Can I hai dot.weather4ike I want him? - - If I shlip down on dei sidewalk, more ash ten peoples oome around und say: . "Eh, D.under, did<ybu Ml down?" If 3 doan fall down, how vhas I dere? I lend a man some money und'ho pays lier back und it vhas all right.' I lend him some more und he shumps riudt und -oaferpody says:* "Vhat a fool you vhas' you ought to have known better!" Last.summer I like to hire a man foi ten-sliillings'a day to work around my house, but.I can't.find nopody. A3 soon as winter-comes und nopody can- work more, .ash feefty fellers strike me for ?» Quarter'und say der poor vhas growing poorer, eafery• day;,, If it vhas so warm in der winter dot nopody can cat ice der new...

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SUNBURY WATER TRUST [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

iSUNBUhY WATER THUbl -fc The Sunbury Water trust visited Grisborno and aiado an inspection of the headwords on the Baringo Creek, at I che foot of Macedon; on Wednesday week the party consisted of Cmrs. •Johnston, i'ord, Nelson, M'Mahon, Gil christ, Starkie, Mr. A. F. Daniel, secre tary, and "The News' " representative. After viewing the headworks of the Sunbury scheme and also that of the U-isborne supply, the party made a tour of one of the tributaries of the stream, and were greatly struck with the scen ery, The Bides of the hills were thick with long straight samples) of natives' trees, while ia the shady nooks grew floe specimens ot fc?ae fs?n, Ffcom hero sit?,» af tk® tSMres 9Uge?eaj& slpilge basins proposed in the Biddell's Creek, were visited and also the measuring well constructed to ensure the compen sation water to Biddell's Creek. .Both the head-works and this well are fenced iu with barbed wire entanglements. To the lay mind there seemed a very good llow of wate...

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USES FOR SODA. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

USES FOR S01>A'. Wash hairbrushes in strong tepid soda avater, then rinse well in clear, cold water, and place in the air out of sunlight to dry. Adda speck of soda when cooking beans or any vegetable which seems tough, and the cooking process in quickened. Rub & bit of soda over meat or poultry that seems overripe, and 7 wash in cold water. A little soda will counteract the • acidity, of ,, sour .fruits aa they am cooking, and less sugar will be re quired to.sweeten -them. - Use a speck of soda with the stew ed tomato when making's mock Disque soup. -For ,cleaning paint before; repaint ing, use two ounces of soda to one quart of cold water. Afterward rinse off with clear, cold water. In using soda with cream of tartar; allow one teaspoonful of . soda to two rounding tensrocnfuls of cream of tartar for each .qvarf;. of .flour. To counteract the acidity of mol asses. allow one te;:spnonful of soda to one -cupful of molasses. ' • Soda should be o'jlverised and care fully m^...

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

THE RELIABLE PHAkMACY. F. DAMON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. Reoobded by Dental Board of Victoria, WOODEND, M0ZA8rE'KiLS!°"iN-8'w - OUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - "TT7E make a Special Feature oi Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor W expense in this most important branch of Pharmacy. Send your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. ' EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted,Jifflrequired. ' TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Retoun Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth Jggj»$3anR of HustraHa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY Bb Buk li «|ms for ill eluni oi GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDLNQ, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, AdeUide, Perth, Hobart, Briibane, Rockhampton, Town«Yille, and Londess. Cable remittanoei madeto, and draft* drawn on foreign placu direct. Foreign bills negotiated sod! eollecWd. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded ...

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

Ones Reputation t« what' people ■ Suppose* it to be. One'e Character la what people hava Provod ft to bo. Bronchitis Cure Enjoys both aa SECsllent Reputation and an Irreproachable Character. Personal Recommendation to the Best Advertisement, And that is why Hoame'a has been at the Top oZ the Trss for §9 many yeare* THE FINEST RSMSDT IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, CftOtiP and' COLDS. ' . Alwsya Ask for " HS/IrNE'S," and 000 'that you GET ti Ther© ts nothing "Just a© goo&" If act eblalaabl® loeally,; e©nd direct ia W. G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., Gosloag, Vfstesla. NOTICE. MR EL M. -LOONEY (G.H.V.O.) VJETERHUKY SUKGEON W|H *ioit OUborns. rojuiarly on BALE DAYS. AU Hiids of jomeatl(mta4 tuslmali attended to. 'All totegrama . trill reoaljjj prccapt ottcatioiL Mr L&oaoy eaaty & oonaalftsd at Mcasro Brady Bjob, otors e& Sal Days, Oartr&tiog a Speoialtv, All klsds tf 4^163^3 tmimftus Attended 6a, "AND S@ WILL-Y01M3& IFVOUUSE-THB-SAWBOll.* "safeWe^...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

MHlLBOUtUSE PiU & BaIRY UATTltfc. MAKKET, f i fjgBeflt good•i onditioaed stores, 21s to 62; •iipB, 1 Is to Us; 8Uokers, 5a to 10«. porkers, heavy weights, 38s to 40a j prima lervioeuble weights, 33a to 3'2s ; light, 27a '.O 30b ; baoocera, prime, 50o tu 58o ; ex era iO* to 64a; liyht» 38s upwards Back* Mttera, extra prime heavy lata, £3 10a t» 1i4 18a} bulk primo aaa weigbiy, £3 to A ; roughs, from 30a, Daibt Cattle—Milkers, best, &d 16s to 114; good do.) £7 Ids to £9 ; others, &5, Ipringera : Beat, £7 10s to da 10; couple, 4y 16a j good do., JL6 IOb to L.7 6a ; othuiB, LI ; springiag heifers, Li to L5 5s j tow •hoice forward heifers, L7 10b ; others, L3 6b u iiS Ida. Fat oo«ra, L6 to L? 6s ; good do., good uoM L4 15a to L5 10s; others, 30s up.

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

COMMERCIAL ^MfiLBOUKNB LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday Fat Shekp. — Quotations : — Prime fosabred wethers, 17s Od to 18a Odj good to 16s 9d; prime oroBubred ewes, 14« >d to 15a 9d ; good do., 12b 6d to 13a 6d ; witne merino wethers, Ids 9i to 17b Od ; food do., 13s 6d to l6s Od. Fat Lakes—Prime sold at from lis Od o lfis Od ; extra, 16a Od to 13a Od; good, 9d to 13a Od, .Wednesday i FAT Oa5TI,b—2460 yarded Prime bul. OOks sold at troai £11 Ua to £12 10a Od j extra do,, £13 10s to £15 0s Od j good do, «E8 16s to £10 0a; second and ligdtur do, 7 0» to 4*8 On j prime puns ot cows, £7 vb to £9 2a; g >ol do, £6 Ids to £7 6a Fat Calves—660 penned Prime steers ana heifers, £4 L<ja to £o 15a ud; pnuic. oalvta, 45b to 55a ; bent onidll oalvea, *0a / to 32a {

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CUSTOMS AT THE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914

CUSTOMS AT THE TABLE/ Air a carefully Bet-dinBef tabia should be at each place, three forks at the left,6 two; or ithree'kaivea and a tablespoon oa the right, glasses for water and. other. beverages :©n the vightr- above • the knives.- A flap kin plainly folded is in. the centre, ^enclosing a-"roll. "" If other silver is needed during dinaer, it is placed be . fore the course. iB. to he-served,, but tbeifirst arrangement'-described is tic usual rule, and avoids confusion.. , The tabiespooa is iwed'-for-aatip. Soup should be taken from the Bide of tfce spoon. te'ippiog one's, soup^j - -wfth a-~ hissing noise' is unpiprdcn able, and tilting the soup plate to secure the last spoonful is bad form. At luncheon bouillon is served ip cups, and is taken with.a teaspoon; the spoon may be put-^downr &iid ' the. cup raised ts» the lips for. the. last ;spoonfuls. ; ■ ■ , The fork is used for eo many things that a witty person onoe r©« marked that he took "everythinb with it except after...

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