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

INGHAM'S"' Influenza Pure The Unfailing Remedy lot Influenza, Q»4»rrh, . Bronohieis, and Weak Cheai. lacisga o'lnfiuenEa, » quickly relieves fta : oatstfij, tetiucoa the fever, and «peedlly rsl li?s Sfeoftr.tieut. tt b also agrandTcalols C&9C2 o! Dobility.aosotnpanied hyrfesknoM of tho ohect, If you en auffprlns from a csrcistsm CaM, !nSucn;a, Draacalila. #? m *aM\ tis«8?e « fcatiis M 9B8> -'.t/S.SJU5 I/Si ji!

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOVEMENTS OF THE MOSLEMS [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

MOVEMENTS OP THE MOSLEMS The Turkish Government has as sured Italy that no attack will be made on the. Suez Canal, but little attention may be given to assurances from that quarter. More weight attaches to a telegram from Berlin to Amsterdam stating that General Xzzet Pasha, with 76,000 Turks, in cluding 10,000 Bedouin Arabs, are marching to the canal. Great Bri tain will be well prepared to meet this force, and it is difficult to un derstand how the Turkish army will he maintained, as there is a great scarcity of water on the route, and other difficulties with regard to transport. The Turks, like the i Germans, cannot give their un divided attention to the west, as their peril also lies mainly in the east. A Petrograd official message states that in the Caucasus the Turks have suffered severe losses. Regi ments belonging to two divisions have lost half their strength. Two ■battalions have been almost anni Wlated. The hope of the Kaiser that the Mohammedan Tvorld would rise to suppo...

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GERMANS CUT OFF [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

GERMANS CUT OFF ■ The moBt serious German reverse after the battle of Moiis is report ed from the Eastern theatre of war. It appears that no less than tliree German army corps, numbering" about 180,000 men, were almost cut off by the Russians. At least one army is cut off, and the two others are in grave peril. The full extent of the German -disaster, or the .Russian success, Is not yet known. It is said, however, that, prior to the German advance, the Kaiser granted an audience to General von Hinden hurg at Thorn, and said, "The eyes of the world are upon you." Gene ral von Hindenhurg then launched a Napoleonic attack, aiming at break ing the Russian centre and surround ing the Russians between Czensto ohowa and Cracow. The army under. General von Francois attacked L/owicz, while General von Macken sen marched on Lodz. General von Macken&en duly broke the Russian centre at Breziny, but found his three army conps cut off. General von Francois, who was decisively de feated at...

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A CORRECTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZRTTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

A CORRECTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZRTTE Sir,—Your correspondent, ''Fair Play" is in erx-or in his letter of last week. The Bulla Shire Council did not seek rny advice regarding the planting of trees and then go else where for the purchase of the ^ame. The circumstances, which he has been wrongly informed upon, are that I gave the suggestion of a plant.tion I which i thought; would be a decided improvement to the town of fcjunbury. Such suggestion has been acted upon, and has evidently proved an ap preciated improvement At the last meeting of the shire council thanks were distributed to several who had given assistance in carrying out, this improvement, and it seems somewhat peculiar that this courtesy was not extended to the originator of the idea. For the supply and purchase of the necessary plants, the council was not bound to any particular source, and was quite within its rights if procured from the State .Nurseries or from the hrm it did. — J-OUl'd, fctc., WALTER J. SMITH. Bi...

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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

LATEST NEWS, An indication of the confidence which is felt regarding the result of the waf is afford ed by the fact that the faris Bourse re 9pened 6n Monday. Brisk business was done during the day, and thg BdUr;ie closed with a generally good iene. It is febarted from Copenhagen that the situation lo Palestine is causing gr&vr con eerti in Berlin. The German commanders, It Is stated, have asked for 15,000 picker! German troops to defend the Christian churches and the Jewish population against fdrk1! aiid Arabs, wh6 are already plunder iflg It Is feared that in the event of deft &>. the 1*urks will get ttut 01 harid afld fflasspcre the Christians, ftnd atsd that the population wiH. rise aeairiBt the affriv, The Turks, it is further stated, are jint j3r0g?6ssifis 8" ih« KoViiHah fro'ritiei" bvvihe la thf><3i$5ri}Hv ^grtibHns siSreSi ^t?6t>e Turkish tsinfereefn.^Dts fcffe bfeiHg bfolishi j |mtn &&SUS&

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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BAD LANGUAGE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

BAD LANGUAGE, TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. Sie,—I saw by your last issue that four young men were brought before the court at iSallarat, and lined heavily for using obscene language. It is a pity that some such action is not taken at Gis borne, where bad language is too often heard in public places. At the railway station at -iN'ew Gisborne last week, a local resident who had some 'grievance against the authorities, walked up and down the platform, using filthy language, and that within the hearing of ladies. If a travel ling swagman takes an extra glass of^ beer, and uses such language in a public" place, he is brought before the court and fined; why should a local man, who has not even the plea of drunkenness to urge, be treated diilerently -Yours, etc., COMMON DECENCY,

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CORRESPONDENCE [We do not necessarty endoree the opi[?] expresses by correspondents in this column.—ED. G.G.] PROPOSED SELF-DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE [Wo uo uoi utceaauriiy eudoreu the upinK. t tts.ptesseu uy correapoudanta in thii wiuiim,—Ed. Ci.G.] PllOPOSED SELF-DENIAL. TO THE EDIXOK Of THE QAZJETIB Sib,—I have been asked to write a few lines in reply to the letter of "A Mother" in your lust issue. We feel that "Mother" took the wrong way of dealing with the matter. Why did she not at tend the meetings called to arrange for the picnic, and bring the matter up I there, instead of waiting till the last I meeting had been held aud all arrange ments made 'i The letter, no doubt, would appeal to the children, if they saw it, but how many read the paper r' and if they did, how would they express them selves ? The arrangements tor the picnic are not in the hands of the children, but iu the hands of a committee of workers, and the committee has to carry out its duty, not only to the children, but also to those who contributed. The people of (iisborne have already contributed to help the .Belgians, and will do so again ;...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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"The Society of Angels." [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

"The Society of Angela." Some time ago a midwife.of Warsaw, Skubliaskaya by name, was brought to jutice, with several of her coadju tors, lor the crime of killing illegiti mate children. The woman and her helper.-; called themselves "The Society of Augels," and engaged in the atrocious work oi "dispatching the little ones to heaven," of cour.se for a certain consid eration pa.'d them by the unfortunate mothers or their fiiends. This fact aroused a discussion in all the Russian papers on the fate of illegitimate chil dren in that country. The mortality of such waifs was found to be over eighty per cent., even among those in the gov ernment asylums in St. Petersburg and Moscow. Those asylums keep - the children only for a short time, and send them to villages to be raised in •the families of peasants. There they die in large numbers. But the number of such children as are "dispatched" directly by professional murderers like Sknblinskaya can hardly be estimated. \)nlv about three weeks...

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WAR NEWS. EAST AND WEST [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

WAR NEWS. e. EAST AND WEST The scene changes quickly in the present war fiom the east to west. In the west, the Germans are at bay, wihile on the pastern front they are - being gradually squeezed in by the advancing millions of Russia. The reports from Belgium are somewhat contradictory. For instance, it is stated at Boulogne that 700,000 Ger mans are in the vicinity of Arras, and are preparing for a determined effort to break through the lines of the Allies, while another message Bays that material for the construc tion of submarines has been brought to Zeebrugge in greater quantities than was at first supposed. The Dutch, press declares that Zeebrugge is -becoming a'serious naval base. From, this it woul d appear that the Kaiser .has not yet abandoned the idea of breaking through, to Calais. On the other hand, it is stated that the fire of the enemy is slackening everywhere, and the Allies have no difficulty in repelling his attacks. •Many incidents such as the following are repor...

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Noble-Hearted Bootblacks. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

Noblo-ll eartod HootblaokJt \\ arm hearts are sometimes found under tagged .jackets, say« a 2sew York .paper, at> is shown by the following in> cide -t' A hit is a box of tools or whatever uitfU is needed in any particular branoh :if l»n iness it surprised the shiners and news-, bovs around the posfo.-lHce the othet lay to see " Lit tle Tim" coming among hem ia a quiet way and hear him say, ' B.svs, I want to sell my kit. Here's 'wo brushes, a hull box of blacking, a ^oml. stmit box and the count goes ioi two shillings." "(loin' away, Tim?" inquired one. "Not 'zactly, boys, but I want a quar ter the awfuiest. kinu just now." "Goiu' on 'skursion?" asked another.; "Not to-dav, but I must have a quar ter," I'e aMswered. i One of the lads passed over the •hango and touk the kit and Tim valued straight to the counting-room >f a <l.u:v paper, put down the money, liidsnid: "f prness I kin write if you. ;ive me a pencil." With slow movincr fingers he wrote a ;e;ub notice...

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PROGRESSIVE GISBORNE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

PEOG-fiESSXVE GISJBOBffE. xo she kpjxoa of ihs gazeits. Sib,—I uoticg that sinoo tho council decided to allow horsen, as ire'l ai cow3j caivssj sheep, etc*, on the streets, G-is borne township has quits freshened Upi One good effect of allowing the horses out is that the trees will not require so .much pruning this ,yearj and the hedges iu the gardens are beiug pruued in ths same way. One hne young mountain ash or rowan tree has had all the bark pruned oi£, Ths attention of the couacillorst when doing the rounds after the last meeting, was directed to this; Some oS the horses may breast the fences if ths hedges are too far in, but householders should see that the fences are suiiicientij* strong to boar this> On the whole, G-is= borne is greatly improved since thd Progress Association got to works-^. A.auj.'s, eto.j j

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TOLD OF COMMONWEALTH WEEK [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

TOLD OF' COMMO:*VV 1\ A LT1I WEEK A newly married American coir-lp j arrived w -Sydney diiri.r: « oMinv.n- j wealth week, ana had t ) ','ont^nt j themselves with a room ,->n i'ie top . floor of a certain well- no, n lie:-el. j Coming up stairs a few minutis af ter his wife had r.-tired, i'ic ^riiile man tapped penily at v.hit he took to be his doot, at the same time softly mnrmnrmn thp •nie.um" term af "Honey." Reeri.in,- no pn-wer, he tapped a little more l"!i<:ly, again at trading no aft-n.-ion, hf rapped and eave a .little more lung power to the "Honey," when a harsh mas line voice inside e.vcl-um sd, "Get out or this, yo i jiIiMii-i ini idiot, this is a hathroom ; r.ot a beehive!"^

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THE AUSTRALIAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

TIIS AUSTRALIAN GIRL. So much is heard nowadays of that :<mpkx young woman—the American :irl—of the eharmts and weaknesses bhe has derived Irom grandparent? svho came from ail the countries ol l^uroi.e, that one wonders what sort oi a girl the Australian girl—"th^ poc;-<g t^ueen out of ike South land" —may bt. Descending in most cases from Bri tish-born parents, there is not the varictj in the Australian that is to be found in the American girls, but trought up amidst suiroundings so iill'erent fr;«i those, of an English aume, the Australian girl taikes more after h.-r American toasins than her L-.nglish sisters, and tias grown up strong, free, and independent, as be comes tiie children of pioneers. The Australian girl is a very domes ticated young person, but, like most American women, can adapt hersell to any society. She will come down from the country now and again for ■ l glorious holiday in Sydney of Mel- j bourne, $nd will figure at Govern- j ment House ...

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

I! 4 si 3 y ep Qfl A dii'iLli dA For Years He Worked in Wet Ground, Kidney'Pains and terrible {Backache. Clements Tonic Cured This letter was -written from^"Tubbul Station, Via Young, N.S.W., Aug., 15,11. Mr. Wise-.an, the writer, strongly recommends all miners to use this medicine, because it is such a powerful nerve and blood purifier that it counteracts the' ill-eSects of underground coniiiiement and bad air upon the system. After reading this letter, get Clements Touic and keep healthy :— CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., "As a miner for years! worked in wet ground, and now it is telling on me, for I softer wilb my kidney» and backache aud loss of appetite. "Doctors in Young told me I had hydatids, and said an operation might be nccessary. Their medicice did me no good. 1 resolved against it. I was so used up I could not walk far, without a spell. I tried all medicincs, and pills, ay life has been a mysery to me, nnti! I tried Clements Tonic. The first and second bottles had poor effect, but...

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A NEW GROWTH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 11 December 1914

A NEW GROWTH. The following story is told of a re verend Turk who was taken round the British fleet as it lav off Smyr na. The first vessel passed was a tiny torpedo boat. "What is that. ?" "That, my fn 1 her, is a tiaby var ihip, only & mon'n launched." Next a d s-roycr was »assed. "And fiat tiglr i hck ship, wh^t is it?" "Ttit is k jro-i-Bt, warship." Passing alrn -side thr ic'eri-p; Ha ni'lirs the Turk inquired, "How old is that ship ?" " Tliat is a warship two old." "Allah, let us get hence. V'hv, twenty years of age she ^rill fill up Smyr9* Bay."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

- ' jf Influenza Cure f % The Unfailing Rom.'dy for a vL Influanna, Oat^rrh, ff \. Bronoliitia, »ud J? Weak Cheat. IB oa-.ss of InHusnza, It qulokly roiisvon 12)9 citsr-'i. reuucas the (byct, and speedily ral iicc ihs pxlient, It h bIso a grand Tonia la caf-sr. oJ P-btlity. accompanied bytroaknesa of llis shast. If you era jufici'ing froin s pnrsi'tcn! Celd. Influents, Broucbitlt, ox aey cbas! weakness, pitobos# a featila st ossce, J.'5 ?n:t 2/$, at aU 5t«a» sfc4 Ck*s&lMs.

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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISBL Barracoufcta • • • 4 oa Bluckfidh (except blacsfeili takan froai streams Sowing iiorbhwurd from tko GrQa» Dividing Rfruge) 4 Broam <» B >> Bream, ailTor .. .. »• .• • 5 ,, Butvor fish .....»><•»•< 4 „ 0?-t fish ....>•««>»'»»' 4 ,, Oroyfish—.i ^ •>. 9 in j.l'Uvt'hoad .. . : t* ; ; ' • 4 03 Flmmdet ,, <' 3 GfU'feh , . J l i I ■ ■ . • • » 1 II Graying; *>? Tsi'ts Hsrfblg 9 a Line; . . . . ,„ , a , . ,» .. 6 ,, Luderiok »? ;» ♦. 3 ,, Mackerel .. .. * s »» *» ♦.. 5 >a Mullett 0 i, Murray Gcd , .» .. Mu-rrr.y F&rc'a .... .. .. § « Peroh .. .. . •. .. »» . - . • 5 „ Porch, English .» ., ,» .. 4 i? Pik« .. .. 6 „ Red Muiloii 4 ,, Hock Cod * .. & i* Rough or Rougfey _|3 ,t Salmon. Trout » .*.,■*;■ Salmon, Engliaia .. .. ,. 0 ,, Sand Mullet or Poddies' .. 0 „ Schnapper .. ., 19 j, Sifrsr j?isl\ or Sib'W persh & !!t Skipmek ,, ,, 4, „ 8noo?: a ,<>«*.•» • *» u 5, , i...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

CLUst jjt/AbunS FOR GAME, &c. llovisod by J. M. Sominena, Chief In spector or Fisheries aud Game ou 2nd April, U>13 : — THE YEAR. Al] Austialian tauiiu, with the excep tion 01 suakcs, in the national parki and p'.ibiio gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. .Bubblers, bears (See native bears), bee outers, bitterns, bronze-winged and other wild pigiions, bustard or. wild ti: rkoy. Caiiforiiiai! quail, caterpillar-catchers cliiiis (see cputninsurue}, coach-whip birds, cockatoos (black), craned, al; bads known as cranes, such as herons i egrets, etc. (except the Native com p.iuon or Australian craue), cuckoos •juckoo-siu'ikes, curlews (see southern stuuv' plover, etc.) Deer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wild. i!ci)id;:as or porcupine, ant-eaters, egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus, ephtlxi auuras or chats. L'.a.,tails, fly-catehera, frogmouth or ,aryus and mopokea. (ii'auvaluo fauiil.), all members oit Lie ions, see cranes. [bis. Java turtle dovo, Lvau^aro...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it included Papua. Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

*L.j"i A L J*AT*S >-; = -> i-.-SGt!' AVJONS ^ [Y.'liwe th« lonu "The ;_.o'iu:iOil wtaiiiii" is nsed iu comieccion v.ith fchessv r»te« and r<x;ujur,iou« ii iuchxioa t'apuo.. Lord Howe Wsiii, -and Norfolk Island.] fjilii -Litlivib, For ever,}' £ ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery wiuiia the Coramoa wealtli 0 1 For 'delivery in. th-s British. Ern i pire I 0 1 For delivery iu tlio Hebrides, Ba-nks, and Torres la-ia-tida .. 0 S For delivery ui other ph-.-o..-, .... 0 2-i Ll'i].T.!51l CA.KJD3. For delivery within tot Cuwinoir.tealtli Single, Id. o«ci) ; reply, Id. half •'or delivery iu sha British Empire (ae< list of placet ucidor "batters )—bin glo, Id. cach. 'or delivery iu New Hebrides, lvuikf and Torres Ljl.-t.adi-.—Single, '3d. each ■'""or delivery in. other p1ac~s— S'uigla, 2id. each. POST CAIiDS. Single PostcarOo impressed wii5i th\ Id. stamp, and Repiy or' double cards each half of v.iiieL h;tc tba Id. improved thereon, way be tr«.usa»iit«c to plac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

| DRESSMAKING MISS FUiNSTO-V, Coaluniiure, bees to anooui.ee to the BesWwita of G[S- ; BORNE and .sURKOUNOIf^G DISTRICT j that si1", lias STARTED BUSJM'XS in j i OIQGf "'S REST, and would be glad oi\ their patri'Dage. Charges ModeuiLe, 80NBTJRY STOCK SALE NOTICE ALTERATION OF DATE Please tiikt- notice tbat all Sunbury Ordinary Stock '-fclus conducted bv us h. ie'ifu:i wUl-buhcld ou he S E C 0 N JD om.u'dhv in-tin; Month J. K. JENJSiiNGS & McLNNES, ■ ill Bouvke street, Melbourne.

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