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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
Bulla Electorate jV/TE. GEO. E, McGOWAN, the Selected Label' Candidate, will Add 'Jess the Electors as follows:—Ebi« dat, Nov. 6th, Laiicefield JuucUr>~ aj. g p.m., Ifew Gisborne 8 ; Satueday, 7 Nov., inacedon ; Monday 9th, • ""lie; Tuesday 10th, Bullengarook 3 p.m., Biddell 8 p.m.; Wednesday, 11th, Bolinda 3 p.m., Monegetta 8 prm. Bulla Electorate MrA- R- Robertson will address the Eleofcots at Rid dell, on MONDAY, NOV. 9th at 8 p.m. Bullengarook East. State Sohool TUESDAY, NOV. 17th, at 4 p.m. Glsborne. TUESDAY, NOT. l?th, at 8 p.m. Glsborne Waterworks Trust NOTICE. ANY Person Wasting, Hosing or Mis-using water (unless by measure) will bo Prosecuted. All water used foe other than domeatio use MUST BE BY MEASURE. On application to the seoretary, the installation of metess may be arranged 2or. H> Mt HUSSEY, GiSBOBNE PHOGBESS ASSOCIATION The above Association intends Adver tising (xisborne as a Summer Resort. Those prepared to provide board and residence are requested to commun...
THE OCTOBER FAIR A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
THE OCTOBER FAIB | A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. In the report of tho bazaar -which appeared last week, the name of Mrs James Williams was inadvertently omitted from the list of ladies who had charge of th« Riddell .-tall. Mention was also overlook- d that thp splendid display of flags within the Hall was by' the kindness of Mr J. F. Crow, Rid dell, who lent them for the occasion The outside display was by Mr John Power, who contributed largely, and in many ways, towards the general success. Un Saturday last, notwithstanding the adverse weather, there was a large attendance, and much interest was taken in the wood-chopping com petitions, both of which were won by | W Fitzgerald, from 85 seconds behind. The visit-, in a large motor iorry, of a number of the employees from the Abbotsford Brewery livened up • the proceedings greatly, and a number of i them contested in a tug-of-war with a district, team, and proved the victoi'3 Afte 8 days the affair was brought to a close on Monday night List...
V.R.C. MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
Y. B.C. MEETING There rras a good attendance at the Derby on Saturday, tka opening day of the Y.R.C. annual carnival, The follow ing was the result;— Tictoeia Desbt. CARLITA ... 1 ARISTAEUS ... 2 G-IRU ... 8 13 started. Time, 2 min. 37£ seo6. On Tuesday—Cup Day—there was a largo attendance, though there was a fall ing off as compared with previous years. As often happens in big races, the favourite was nowhere, though th6 win ner (an outsider) made a record time. The following was the result:— KINGSBURGH ... 1 SIR ALWYinW S HOONBRIA ... 3 28 started. 3 mins., 26 sees.
WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
The German extension of the right through .Belgium to the sea, has brought British and Frenoh warships Into action, with' disastrous results to uhe Teuton. The Germans were bom barded from the coast, between Nieu port and O&tend, the Allies' shells dropping amongst' the German gums and inflicting terrible losses. The Britifeh naval gunfire killed. General von Trip and the members of (his staff. The High Commissioner 'has cabled the following official report of the engagement: — "On 18th inst. requests for naval assistance were made to the Ad miralty by the allied commanders. In consequence a naval flotilla,, mounting a large 'number of powerful long-range giuns, came into action at daybreak on the 19t'h off the Belgian coast, support ing -the lef-t of the Belgian army, and firing against the right of the German attack, which they were, by their position, able 'to enfilade. The Germans replied by shells from heavy guns, but, owing to the superior range of the British marine a...
PATRIOTIC FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
PATRIOTIC FUND, The following- is the list of sub scribers to the Gisborne Patriotic Fund:— j Gisborne Committee Bay Excursion Fund, £10 14s. 7d.; Gisborne Racing [Club, ,£10; J. McGeorge, .£'10; Dixon and Son, £5; -Thos. Ross-Watt, £5 : W. and E, Pearce, £4; L. Wilson, £4; M. E. and C. Watson, ,£3 3s. Following £2 2s. each: — Wm, ^Lrquahart, S. McCorkell. Following- £2 eachA. J. Cook, Geo. Cherry. ' Following- £1 Is, each; — Geo. Lauer, L. McGregor, Eva La^v-rence, Rev. P. Fallon, Geo. Mollitt and Co., F. Hahn, David Fraser. Bradv Bros., G. Lyell. Heard Bros. Following £1 each:—C. F. Swin burne, Dr. Daly, J, Po\\er, Ii. M. Lanyon, Rev. D. G. Baillie.- Baron De Fegley, Mrs, Lorimer, Joseph McCor kell, W. Robertson, Benson Bros., Wm. Lock, W. amd E. Gardiner, P. O'Donoghue, G. Sansom, Slattery Bros., John Bird, "T, Shortil). Following- 10s. 6d. eachH. M. Hussey, Wm. Farrell. Following 10s. each:—W. J, Ben son, F. Davies, A, .Oakley, L. Short, R. Woollett. H. Oldmeado v, J. Wil son, C...
THE STATE ELECTIONS TEE LABOR CANDIDATE AT MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
THE STATE ELECTIONS ? TEE LABOE CANDIDATE AT MELTON. There 'was a large attendance al Mr McGowaia's meeting, in the Mechanics' Hall, Melton, on Monday evening. The speaker, who was in good form, referred to the purty's programme, but directed his remarks mainly to several points of immediate interest. He said the brand of Liberalism for which intelligent Yictorians were now seeking was to be found only in the ranks of the Labor party. That party had grown out of the ' ashes of dead Liberalism. That was easily proved by reference to the policies of the two parties. The Labor policy was clean, straight, and broad, whilst the Liberal policy was lost in the drought— (laughter)—and Sir Alexander Peacock was racing through the country like Barnaby Eudge seeking to discover it. (Laughter.) Sir Alexander Peacock would, fill his political pockets with "cocky chaff," he would plait 6traw in his whiskers, and, together with his laugh, would ask the country to accept him and his party as the fu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
nlOUiiLL (From Our uwn Uorreapondent.) Tuesday/ .a. stare nas oeen maae nere witn tne hay harvesting, aud notwimstaudmg tne most peculiarly dry seasuu, uit-re arc, taken all rounu, fair crops ; in lace, some are exceedingly good, The remarks of passengers in the train on the main line, who come from the ary north, as tne cjuntry from Kyueton to ounuury is passed through, are of interest to tnose who live in tne district, and are apt to bewail the state of affairs locally. These people from the north compare the scene as that of a Paradise to where they came from. An instance that dreams should be taken in the opposite interpretation is that of the Uu.p areain ana up by the liiddell correspondent, which was that ilathlea woulu win. The result showed that he was actually tne last horse to | liuish. JNo one locauy has been heard to | say that tney backed the winner, and we have several here who make a study of racing, of horses, and periormances, but this has not been to any advantage ...
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH* Bairaooutta * • • • 4 &lt;0 Blackftsh (except bla&fUh taken from streams flowias northward from tfea Qr©&» Dividing Range) 4 08 Bream 5 >» Bream. silTer .. .. •» «. o m Butter fiah 4 » Catfish 4 i, Crayfish—length .. .. »» . • 9 m Flathead 4 ob Flounder 8 >» Garfish 1 » Grayling or Tarra Herring 3 >■ Ling 8 u Luderick 6 n Mackerel 8 «s Miillett 8 h M urray Cod 1|1» Murray Peroh 8 «i Perob 5 „ Porch, English .. .. ,, 4 „ Pike .. • • • • 8' n Rod Mullott 4 „ Rock Ood 4 g)l Rough or Roughy 9 ,, Salmon Trout .. 2 ,, Salmon, California .. .. •• '5 ■ » Salmon, Engiiah .. .. .. 8 ,, Sand Mullet or Poddies .. ft ,, Schiiappw 15) „ Silrer tfish. or Silvor Perch 4 „ Skipiaok .. .. .. .. ., .. 4 „ Snook 4 Sole . .. 5 n Stranger .. 9 „ Txayalo 8 ,» Trnut of nil kird, not indi genous to Victoria .. .. 8 )9 Tnimpt-t'T 8 „ Wb.it'n^ 4 'H. Whiting Sand .. .. ,, 2 M" Yellow Tn.il ,, 8I«j
GlSBORNE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
GlSBOK^fc ^ fTt» .Liie following are the entries received for the spring meeting, on Tuesday next; Maidejt Plate—Eouge Main, Icariau, Seaion, .Brevier, Strelsa, Howqua, Tren taurena, Golden Stream, 14.0 Pont Eace—Panic, Romance, Dee'nak, JRoyalty, Tarnan, Irish Girl, Bill Bourke, Sewing Bee, Corida, Una, Agus, Alphabet, Humbug, Dearest, Tumbr&gee, Defoe. Gisbobne Cup—Eose View, Santiago" Treba, Bloom, Gaby, iieros. Little Friar. Quick berry, Belfast, Howqua, Golden Charm, Carmeiia, Pins Hill, Tourney. Hack Eace—Playhour, Bon Garcoii, Berbera, Encamp, Aberfeldie, Tumut, Marie Black, Grace Bolt, Chinap, Lady Fitzroy, Irish Gold, Golden stream, Canny (late Crisis), Trimettus, Majestio Foot, Diamond Braeelet, Golden West, 14.2 Pony Race—Loughtane, Maggie ££., Sewing Bee, Portland Girl, Mare* laud, Pearl Cleave, .Royal Banner. Macsoojt Plaxs — INaciir, Seafon, Sloom, Tr&mp, Maggie jSTprd, 'Xrimattue, ■
Melton Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 6 November 1914
Melton Shire Council The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Friday. Present—Crs. Leake (president), Minns, M'Pherson, Bubeck, Brown, Green, and Horn &nbsp; buckle. Correspondence. &nbsp; From the Country Roads Board, forwarding circular giving particu lars of main roads declared in the shire, and from the Public Works de partment instructions re furnishing accounts in which the board is in terested.—The secretary said he called on tbe Country Roads Board. Their idea was that the £200 for Melton was to be spent on the worst part of the road, and new construc tion where necessary. He saw Mr. Little, who was about to ask them to modify their conditions, accord ing to which some of the roads would cost about £2000 a mile. He thought it might be to the advant age of the shire to have the whole of the road made. More might be done if they would modify the con ditions,— Cr. Minns: I don't know how the south riding is going to stand it. From the shire solicitors (Dug ...
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH.; Barracoutta 4 ea Blackfish (except blacfcfiaK taken from streams flowing northward from tha Qraai Dividing Range) 4 ca Bream 8 „ Bream, ailrer 8 it Butter fish • 4 i> Oat fish 4 ,ii Oravfisli—length »% 9 nx Flathead 4 os Flounder * 8 ,, Garfish • • 1 II Grayling or Yarra Herring 9 ,M Ling . S tl Luderici 0 n Mackerel . • 8 n Mullett 9 i» Murray Cod ljle Murray Porch .. B ®3 Peroh .. .. _ 5 ,, Perch, English 4 Pike 0 „ Red Mullett 4 ,, Rock Cod 4 ig Rough or Ronghy 9 ,, Salmon Trout . 9 ,, Salmon, California 8 xi Salmon, Engliah ..... .. 8 ,, Sand Mullet or Poddi®3 .. 6 „ Sehnapper 12 a, Silrer Fiah or Silver Perch 4 ,, Skipiaok 4 » Snook 4 it Sole 6 ai Stranger S t, Travale 8 tt Trout of all kind, not indi genous to Victoria .. .. 8 tl Trumpeter 8 ,, Whiting 4 lt Whiting. Satwl 8 „ Yellow Tail SIbs
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
CLOSE StAfcuwS FOR GAME, &C. Revised by J. M. Semmens, Chief I* specter of Fisheries and Game on Apri1, 19the WI jle YEAH. All Austialian fauna, with the excep tion of snakes, in the national parki and pubiic gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers bears (see native bfars>j beo eaters, bitterns, bronze-wmged and other wild pigeons, bustard or wild U Calfforniau quail, caterpillar-catohera, chats (see eputhianuia*), coach-whip birds, cockatoos (black), cranea, all birds known us cranes, such as herons, egrets, etc. (except the iNatiTo com »nion or Australian craue), cuckoos, cuckoo-shrikes, curlews (see southern stone plover, etc.) . . Doer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wild. Echidnas or porcupme, ant-eateis, egrets, see cranes, etc. ; emus, ephtn - auuras or ciiats. , i«'a;.tai:s. fly-catchera, froffmouth off i.nurgus and nsopukea. (UaTuulus raui.1,. all merabera cS Herons, sea cranes. Ibis. Java turtle dove. Kangaroos, black-faced or Mallee...
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 — 13 November 1914
*l>STAL rates and regulations [Where the term "The Common- ' wealth" is used in oonnection with these rate3 and regulations it includes Papua, I Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] i LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in t&&lt;3 British Em pire 0 1 ''or delivery in the Nop Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 9 (\>r delivery in oth-w plooc$ .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. •or delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. eaoh; reply, Id. each half, or delivery in the British Empire (set list of places under "Letters )•—Sin gle, Id. each. 'or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Lai«,wis—Single, 'id. each, 'or delivery in other places— Single, 2$d. eaoh. POST CARDS. Bingle Postoar&s impressed with tha Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, inch half of wliieb has tie Id. stam^ impressed thereon, may be teuiamittec to plaoea within the Common wealth, and to those places, enumerated u...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
nines: cop (Utu Nurse Evans of Tasmania and Victoria, writej her opinion of 49 Provost Street, Nth. Melb., 18/4/1*. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have b.een nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so ray experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so ill I never could have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What 1 am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic is first. It is the curses' friend, a reliable medicine that will restore the sick health. (Signed) NURSE EVANS." Always keep this Medicine cn hand and voit wi',1 keep lienithv. II v»u pet it YOU GKT HKAI.TU AND i*KI,IEK l-'ROM I,OSi OK ST.KKP, WEAKNESS AVTKK ILL:* •••* CONST!HATiON. i XDIG'-'-TtUN*. POOR AI'PKTIT !•', V, K A K NERVES, ami All STORES and"CHEMISTS SELL IT. DR. LEGJbJn e,jciSON Formerly Hon. Physician Auckland and Broken H...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
MAIL BROS, atifl GO. STOCK AGENTS & PUKt STOCK SALfcSitfEN, 368 BOU&KE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—1923 MOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS:— Pat Cattle .. .Newmarket, AVednts Pigs Corporation Yards, Wedne 1 a ad Uurac' i Dairy and Store Cattle .. Corporatioa Yards, Kridays Clearing Sales Conducted in all parts of the Slate. irj and Store Unttle tor Sale Privately, also Stud figs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To Let, Correspondence Invited, Monthly Country Markets at Bacchus maksii kodkiu :.ioni>ay AiKI.lO &lt; ... i-lli^i tiA'J'CLlDA "I liOviMiY .. .. Iiiliii- ilOiNUAV Cr^i^iebiirn nmJ i.i.y-mle. GOIDUCfleece hotel, — M _ ] u l\}. li N'»K K ,\K» M ais A i K M KN I". \ j R r .\V, &lt;'1,A Ui\ .•i.uouiiciH i" th> pulilic ■ y» 5 i'l iV5fit, II ami iuu fcUDolluaili^ Hbiiicis. n-at, I i ^ v 1!: takvti tUt; *>ol&lt;ieu fUn- JI -»! fi, lie is pri'imrtM to ester for their Jeaiitt? id .&lt; firtii-r.ia*> .ii.umi'i', and hopes, t.y WV'lity iii...
He Knew Himself He Thought. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
Ho Knew Himsolf Ho Thought. It takes more than a knowledge of arithmetic sometime to do a "sum in subtraction." " ' ] " "Do you know anything about figures, 'Unole 'Kaatus ?'" said. a merchant to an applicant for work. "Yes, sab." "Well, if I were to lend you $5 and pou promised to pay me $1 a month, how 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, sah; but I speos I knows all about Unole 'Rastus. Comments and, Criticisms Based Cpsa tlio Happontngs of tho Day—Historical and Nowi Notos. The area of the West India docks. ii 800 aoroa. There are over 40,000 ohildren at tending the sohools in London who ar&lt; insufficiently fad. ; Over 18,000 pupils were flopped in the Boston sohools last year. The Bos- ; Ion sohools seem to be given mostly t« j "manual training." | It ia stated cn good authority that the factories of England, France, Germany, ind Holland psoduco about 77,000,000 pins daily...
The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRTDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1914 THE TURK JOINS IN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914
PUBLISHED EVKR? FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an A dverlishuj Medium of the ,Gisborne, MeKot), Bulla, Romsey, &lt;fc Bacchus Marsh Shire Council* FRTDAY, NOVEMBER 13,1914 THE TURK JOINS IN. Turkey 'has practically joined in the great European war by bombard ing several unfortified towns on the Black Sea. The news will not come as a surprise to those w-ho have kept themselves posted in current events. I As Austria was .really forced into the ! conflict by German (pressure, so the Turk has evidently been forced by pressure from the same Power to abandon the very unfriendly atti tude of neutrality he assumed from the commencement of the war, and to engage in actual hostilities. It will be remembered that when the German warships, the Goeben and the Breslau, sought shelter from the ships of t'he Allies in the Mediterra nean, Turkey, though professing neutrality, did not comply with inter national law by removing the German crews. On the contrary, the Otto man ...