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Old Exception. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

Old iSxcoptton. In Atlanta, Ga., there is an old bn*»> § tiess man, with snow-white bean} and | hair, whom everybody calls Old Excep- J tion. When Sherman's army infested ' Atlanta, Sherman issued an order that ] all non-combative Confederates should | leave the city' within twenty-lour hours. ! This man, who was a founder, called ui ; Sherman's headquarters. "I want," he ! eaid, "to: remain in Atlanta. ' I am a ; " business man, and had no hand' iD the j hostilities." ' "Didn't you cast guns for ' the rebels in your foundry?" Gen. 1 8herman inquired. "Ye*," was the re- I ply, "I did, but I had to do it. 1 have : large interests here, General, and 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 face brightened, and ! he started to leave. "Orderly," Gen. < Sherman called, "I've concluded to make an exception in this man's case. The orders ar...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gisborne Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

Gisborne Shire Council The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Tuesday. Present : Crs. Gorman (president), Bawden, Tainp ling, Turner, Cheiiry, JLJird, 'Urqu j hart, 1' a r roll, and BradjT" Hesolved, on the motion of Crs. Pierce and Heard, that the secretary inspect the silt traps leading into the drain at JSew Uisborne. Correspondence was received from Cherry and .Sons, with regard to tho contract with the council for electric lighting. Mr. J. Crow attended to give necessary explanations. Mr. Crowe said they would supply the power, but would take no responsi bility.—Cr. Bawden said that was reasonable, and, as there was an ex pert at Sunbury, they engage him to come when required.—Air. Crowe said they would take every care, but 110 responsibility.—Cr. Farrell would like to know what the expert would charge.—Cr. Bawden did not think it would be much.—Cr. Brady would like to know if their expert, Mr. Crowley, approved of everything that was being done.—Cr. Bawden said they had...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE "WICKED" AUSTRALIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

THE "WICKED" AUSTRALIAN. It has of late bec»me the practice to give Australians the credit for many of the crimes committer] in South Africa, and in connection with this the following satire has been going the rounds:— e . ** Bulawayo, Monday. A party of Australian prospectors crossed the horder at Tali on Satur iay afternoon. The natives have fled ■ o the Matoppos. Ooklep, Tuesday. An Australian has been engaged as transport rider by the Officer Com nanding the German Expedition. The 'ieivros have resolved to claim the protection of the Geneva Convention. (Irootdinev.sfontf'in, Wednesday. A new arrival in town, whilst Irinking at the bar of the Grand ilotcl, said thai ! '• had drunk eheap •r lxier in Melbourne. The local .oweller at once applied to the Magis trate for police protection. Middelburrr, Thursdav. The representative of the Sydney hamber of Commerce arrived this norniiiff. Two infantry battalions and half a battery of artillery were Immediately called out. The Mayor lias...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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BACCHUS MARSH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

BACCHUS MARSH SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the above was held on Monday. Present : Crs. Cain (president), Molcsworth, Green, Grant, Morton, M'Farlane, A Ike made, Wells, Robertson, Brown, Wat son* and Meikle. The secretary said, in the imatter of .the Country Roads Board, a separate account would have to be opened, a yd also o, special set of books procured.—Resolved, the in structions of the Roads Board be carried out. Cr. Robertson moved the ne^' ac count be opened with the Commer cial Bank.—The president seconded the motion, which was carried, on the casting vote of the president. From the Farmers' Progress Asso ciation, re spreading metal, etc. The Kngineer's "Report. The engineer • reported as follows : Clarke's Bridge.—1. I inspected this bridge, and found that the cor bels were rotten, and the Irusses had consequently subsided. It will be necessary to lift the whole bridge to put in new corbels. This bridge will shortly come under the Control of the Country Uoada Bo...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

FARM fcuTES. )T'1® man who is not punctual annuld not have the care of tho farm ann.'iaJs. 1 iiti tiee a man plants is 0110 mea sure of his love for the man who cornea after him. A large farm, without skill, capital and industry is a plague to itii ow ner. It is like self-righteousness, thf» ■oino you have of it the worse you lit: ofi. That's what ! A' cow stops chewing her cud be 'allse s"e is sick—her digestion is (ihatrangod. Better get a good cyuali ued veterinary surgeon aud let him proscribe. Oh every farm there should be some poultry to use up scraps, help to keep down insect pests, and to fur the household with eggs and meat. The best classes for the pur po.--e are Wyandottes or Orpingtons, because they are both good laj'ers and good table birds, and are easily ■;ept within bounds. A dairy farmer who selects his herd ludiciously, and spares 110 trouble to -row abundance of food for them at all seasons, may stilj fail to get ^c.od returns if he overlooks tho ques L;',n ?f. sh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GISBORNE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

G1SB0RNE RACES 'I hough'owing to the Ascot races there wus a falling oil in the attend ance as compared with last year, the meeting of the Oisborne Race Club on Tuesday was very success ful. There was a fair attendance, and ideal weather. The improve ments to the course were the sub ject ail round of favourable com ment. The enlargement of the sad dling paddock gave ample room, and every horse-box was occupied. In oilier ways the accommodation of visitors was provided for in the shape of additional seats, starters' board, etc. There were large en tries and large fields faced tho starter. The office-bearers all did their work well, and special credit is due to the secretary, Mr. C. F. Swinburne, whose arrangements were excellent. The following were the oflice-bearers :— j President, Dr. Daly; vice-presidents, Messrs. Power, W. Brady, ,1.P., and ' n. Pierce; treasurer, Mr. H. C. j Dixon; judge, Mr. P. Woods; starter, Mr. M. Fitzgerald; clerk of course, Mr. G. Martin; clerk of scales, ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Woman as a Legal Personage. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

Woman as a Legal Personage. An interesting field for investigation ■ies in ascertaining the rights* and "pri vileges enjoyed by women in the < re moter times and; amongst all nations, und in tracing tlu>. gradual and - ear nestly fought for increase of their (iriyileges, until at the present time ive arrive at the position where, under i'Ur own law . at least, woman is, with the single exception of the poli tical sphere, regarded as man's co •rjual. The earliest laws recognisa ivomen as a legal personage only to j. very slight degree. They draw no distinction, as in the later English law, between married and unmarried; women. All are alike under perpetual. Eubjection—unmarried under the tute-. lage of a parent or ancestor ; married under' that' of their husbands! They; had no rights with respect to, proper ty, and whatever proporty they might at any time becomo entitled to.passed at once to their guardians or hus band. Gradually they acquire in-, creased rights. Single...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. j F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN Recorded by Dental Board of Victoria, WOODEN D, A*D M0risErE'KZ2OWAiN's-w" - IOUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - \\j E Mftka a Special Feature ol Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor YY «xp#nite in tbis most important branch of Pkarmaoy. Send your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. IYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted,gifgrequired. TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Pilces. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders by Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth JgfeaBanh ot HustraKa HEAD OFFICII SYDNEY tfela Bank !" open tor all o!»».j of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsrille, and Londea. Cable remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign pilots direct. Foreign bilU aecotiated and collected. Lettcri of credit issued to any part of the world. BilU negotiated o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

Tbe Good Samaritan )4, JUST »TIM8. i&f m isi gf M iPM ^k®&»KxS3*3 &pz&7-yrA HEARNE'S BRONCHITIS CURE The Grandest Remedy, for COUGHS aid COLDS A doe© os* two is generally siafficlsafi EEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD hw ©11 CHEMISTS and STORES '0% is8 1 ill w ssi §H St NOTICE. MB H. M. LOOKED (G.K.V.G.) VETERINARY SUEGEON Will visit GSsbornc regularly on S&LQ DAYS. AH Idnda ot domcatloated liolr^elr attended to. All tolaqramfi will ros«i^ pjezapfc attastloa. Mr Loonsy Rvsy b' oaostdti'l fA Mcsprs Brady Bfoa.' ntora oa Eat Days. Castrating a Specialty. All kliafiy c) Arsaesfria animals attended to. a^sks K; M Intm ^ _ ...ikHf$ 1 I AND BO - Wilt'TO EE S P iF VOU-OSE-TKE-SAI^S QIL. jp I "SAWSTV^ BRAND $ I IS UNSURPASSED. % If &Jgf*A,RA7,®R. 6one, pfcscs !p & &Tf£SP>PEe& ® .Mr/S P pergaJ/on 0 irv§,9a&TlH§. |j in HARVESTER W ZZ&JIP'&R. p &■ S/iV-SPiS/S Set OfiOSK IN bulk Q SAVB money...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

VifcLBuUKNE FIG & DAlKV UATTLr. I ilAKKKT. Beat good-ionditiout-d storeB, 2ls to b2; clips, lis to ; suckers, 5s to 10a purkerr, heavy weighCa, 38a co 40s; prmis terviceablo weights, 33a to 32s ; light, 27a \o 3.0a j baoonera, pnwe, 50a to 58a; extra Wo to 64a j light, 38a upwaida Back Atters, extra prime heavy lata, £3 10o to £4 18s; bulk prime anil weighty, £3 to A ; roughs, from bOa OAXEY Oattle—dlilkers, best, £9 15b to 114 i good do., £7 16s to £i); othera, £5. Jpringera : Beat, £7 10a to £8 10; couple, £9 16b; good do., Lti 10a to L7 6a ; uthers, Li; springiHg heifers, H to L5 ob ; few ihoice forward heiiare, L7 10a; utuura.Lii 6a 0 iid 153. Fat co«ra, Lti to LI on ; good do., gooduo,, L4 15s to L5 10s; othera, 30a up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

_ COMMERCIAL " * gjMELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Tuesday I Fat Sheep. — Quotations : — Prime rowbred wethera, 17s Od to 18b Odj good to 168 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14» >d to 15a 9d ; good do., 12s 6d to 13a (id ; jrime merino wethers, 15s 9J. to 17a Od ; (ood do., 13s 6d tu 15a Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s Od O 168 Od; extra, J6b Od to 18s Od; good, 9d to 13s Od. (Wednesday Fat Cattle—2460 yarded Prime bul ook.n sold at troai £11 0s co £1- 10b O.i ; extra do., £13 10a to £1-5 0b Oii ; good do, £8 15s to £10 0s; second aud lighter do, 7 0s to «£8 0a ; prime pans ot cows, £7 ua to £9 2»; g.)j>l do, £6 10d to £7 5s Fat Calves—660 penned Prime steers »nd belters, £4 10s tu £5 15a Od; prime calves, 45s to 55a ; heat email calves, 1'Oa to 32s

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USES FOR SODA. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

USES FOR SODA. Wash hairbrushes in strong tepid soda water, 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 seotris tough, and the cooking process i3 quickened. Rub a bit of soda over meat or poultry that seems . overripe, and wash in cold water. A little soda will counteract the acidity of sour fruits as they are cooking, and less sugar will be re quired to sweeten them. Use a speck nf sotla with the stew ed tomato when making a mock uisque soup. For cleaning paint before repair ing, use two ounces of soda to one quart of cold wat-er. Afterward rinse off with clear, cold water. In using soda with cream of tartar,, allow one teaspoonful of soda to two rounding tcasi oor.fuls of cream of tartar for er.cb quart of flour. To counteract the acidity of mol asses, allow one teaspoonful of soda fco one eupfrl.of molasses. Soda shoulj be oulverised and care fully nieasar^d wheRever it is ;used in...

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CUSTOMS AT THE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

CUSTOMS AT THE TABE,Ba " I I Ai a carefully set dinner .. table Should-be at each place three. lorks «!t the left, two or three knives and a tablespoon on . the right," glasses for water and other leverages ' on the right above the knives. A nap kin plainly folded " is in the-centre, Enclosing a roll. If other silver is needed, during.dinner, it is placed be fore the course is to be served, but the first arrangement described is the usual,rule,and avoids confusion.' 'The tablespoon is u*ed for soap, ^oup should ba taken from the side of the. spoon. .Sipping one's soup \yith a hissing noise is unp?rdcn ible,-and : tilting the soup plaxe to secure the last spoonful is bad form. At luncheon bouillon is served ip . cups, and is taken with a tesspoon ; the spoon may be put down, a,nd the cup raised to the lips ; .ior tha last spoonfuls. rThe . fork '^s used for so many things that a witty person once re marked that he took "everythinb with it except afternoon tea." 'The silver fish-knife...

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WAR NEWS. The End of the Emden SUNK BY AN AUSTRALIAN CRUISER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

WAR HEWS. The End of the Emden SUNK BY AN AUSTRALIAN OEUISEK. The career of the German raiding cruiser Eraden has at last been terminated and all Australians will be delighted to learn that one of the ships of the Com monwealth Wavy was the means of her undoing. The Minister of Defence j (Senator Pearce), who could not conceal the intense pleasure which the news gaTe him, made the following announcement at the close of a meeting of the Federal Cabinet on Tuesday :—"I have received a cable from ths Commander-in-Chief of the China Squadron, dated 10th Novem ber, stating that the Sydney has engaged the Emden oil' Coeos Islaud, and that the Emden has been run ashore north of the - island, a complete wreck." The Emden came up with an armed lauuch, towing two boats, in which were 40 men, 3 officers, and 4 maxims. They landed in 15 miiiutes. After smashing the instru ments, the wireless installation and engines, except the condenser and re frigerator, the Emden's boats put back to her, but...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

KIDDLLL (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. The annual bail of the Kiddell Football Club took place on .Friday night laBt, and was one ol" the most successful events ever held. There was a very large attendance, and tne arrangements were perieci. con siderable trouble was taken in the decorations, and a most charming effect produced by the use of the club's colours, and appropriate foli age. There were many visitors from .Melbourne, Sunbury, Gisuorne, and other places. During the evening, gold medals were presented by the president (Mr. J. JL<\ i_ro\v) to Messiu. Owen Maddigan and l'ercy bmith—to the former lor being the most con spicuous and consistent ail-round player during the past season, and to the latter for being the most bril liant player in the final matches, lioth presentations were decided up on by votes of the members of the club. The president complimented the recipients upon their capable play, and he also congratulated the club on having done so well th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

SHIRE OF MELTQINJ NOTICE TO SHEEP-0 WNEES. The Sheep Dip is now open. Flockis under 500 may be dipped on Fridays; larger lots on any day. provided notice is given. GEO. AllNiNs, buire Secretary, ll/U/14 State Elections) 1914 Bulla Electorate. Mr. Frank Brennan, M,P. will Address the Electors in Support of Mb G-. F. McGowan, the Selected Labor Candidate, in the MECHANICS' HALL, G-ISBOENE on MONDAY, NOVEMBEE 16th Ladies Specially Invited. BULLA STATE ELECTION Mr A. R. hobertson 11£ years Liberal member for the ■ the District, will ^ddresB the Eleotors do follows ;— pTaT." Qisborue, Mechanics' Institute, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 18th Coiiaugalt, 10 a.m. Buttlejorrk, 12 Nvw Uisboine. 8 p.m. Maoadon 7 p.m. Upper Macedon, 8.30 p.m. Kyneton District Racing Club. j SPRING MEETING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1914. (Day after Bendigo Eaces). 'I EIAL HANDICAP, 15 sovs., fire 1 furlongs. Hubdle Race, 35 sovs., too miles. Kyneton Handicap, 50 sovs., oiie mile. Hack Eace, 10 sots., tive furlongs., for b...

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THE BLOOD-DRUNK KAISER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

THE BLOOD-DBUNK KAISER. The fcgure standing out l'rom all | otlierB in Europe to-ckiy, is William of Hohenzollem, Emperor of Germany— i a man who has held the peace of, Eur | ope in the palm of his hand for the > last ten years. He came into the | world with the brightest prospects, j He was the eldest son of an eldest | daughter, his mother being the eld- I est ohild of the late Queen Victoria, j Through this relationship lie has I claimed, since he was eight years ot age, that lie is the rightful heir to the j throne of Britain. Authorities claim that his position rests upon a very solid foundation, and there can be no j doubt that; his assistant war-lords have incited his ambition in this direc tion to the over-balancing point in which he is poised to-day. As a boy, too, his insatiable hatred for Britain was very marked. His mother tried several times to induce him to go to England for a holiday, and eater into the family life of his cousins. But, no; these entreaties only bro...

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BULLA ELECTION MR McGOWAN AT GISBORNE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

BULLA ELECTION ME McGOTTAN AT GISBORjN"E Mr G. F. McGowan addressed a well attended meeting at Gisborne on Monday evening, the chair being occupied by Cr McGregor. Mr McGowan said he was a country candidate; he had been reared on the edge of this constituency, and knew the wants of the country. He spoke vigorously upon the necessity for the establishment of a State produce depart ment for the purpose of protecting the farmer and producer against the operations of the middlemen, who were dishonest, and cited a glaring caxe of a farmer who forward»d 3 bags of maize and 3 bags of potatoes to a firm for sale. He received £1/12/7 for the produce; but a mistake was made through one of the storemea getting hold of the farmer's letter and mistaking it for a buying order. The farmer received, in return, a cheque for £1/12/7 for his goods, and a bill for £4/12/10 for the same kind of goods for warded to him by the firm. The Labor party was out for effective protection. (Applause.) He severely...

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CONCERT AT MELTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

CONCERT AT MELTON* The annual entertainment in aid of the R.C. church was held in the Mechanics' Hall, Melton, on Friday, 6th inst. There was an excellent at tendance, considering the prevalence of so much sickness in the district and the busy harvest time. The hall wa3 artistically decorated in red and white poppies, interspersed with bows of blue, and fla^s of all the allied nations hunt? eround the hall, this being carried out under the direction of Mrs Alfred Smith. In the unavoidable absence of the Hon. Andrew .Robertson, M.L.A., who, through the elections being eo near was unable to be present, Mr A. Smith occupied the chair. Much credit is due to Misa Aggie Ross for the manner in which she acted as accompanists. The following was the programme : Piano solo—Miss Aggie Eoss Song, '-Trooper Johnny Ludlow," encore, "The Girl from the County Clare," Mr Pat Coleman. Song, "The Moorish Maid," Misa Vera Carew (encored) Recitation (humorous) "How Mr Fimmonds blinded the Baby'1 ; encor...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—ED. G.G.] GISBORNE WATER SUPPLY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 November 1914

CORRESPONDENCE e | We do not neoesnarily endorse the opiniinB Hxprescpd by correapoudeuta in t,.is o<>luiiiii.—Ei>. 'i.f*.] UISBUJiNE WAlJllR SUPPLY. TO TUB EDITOR OF THE QAZKTTE. Sir,— Wg hear a great deal of Gis borne householders wasting water ju*t now. The question is —doas all the water come to Gisborne that we are entitled to ? About, midway between Gisborne and JSew Gisborne there are two waterhules that are kept full in the hottest weather. When the amount lost in percolation ia considered, it would be interesting to know what a quantity of water is required to keep these holes, one of which is an old quarry, full. It is rumoured that the Trust has received an unfavourable report on the samples of water sent down for analysis. Why is this thus ? and will the report from the analyst be published for the benefit of the ratepayers ? It does not need an anal> st to know that a great deal of the water thet comes down is not fit for use. Sometimes the water run...

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