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

I——— ■■ .1 ... mcPHAIL BROS, ami GO. 8TOCK AGENTS & PURfc STOCK SALESMEN, 868 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—1923 HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS Fat Cattle .. JSewmarket, "Wednfcfa 1 Pigs ... Corporation Yards, Wedne aad hurs^ Dairy andyStore Cattle .. Corporation Yards. Fridays Clearing Sales Conducted in all parts oj the State. iry and Store Cattle, for Sale Privately, j also Stud Pigs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To Let, Correspondence Invited, Monthly Country Markets at BACCHUS MARSH.—FOURTH MONDAY MELTON ... FIRST SATURDAY BOMSEY THIRD MONDAY Craigieburn and Lilydale. GOlDm H0T£L, I — MELTON- —— I UNDH1R IS JEW MANAGEMENT. MB F.VV. CLARK atiuounces to the public of Melton and tUa surrounding fibtrictfi. that, haviug taken the- Goicieu ?"lr<ce Hetel,. he is prepared to cater for their wants in a firat-olass uiauuer, and hopes, by aivility and attention, to merit a share of tbu>, paiitrnage, Itci-t of Wiuea, SpiritB etc , kept. .CABS meet all Train. Uood Stab...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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LITTLE BY LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

LITTLE BY LITTr.K. The c"rwcuiit >;; up of water VVciuy ,'i'vay thn hardest a to no t The i.i'iiBfH'it gHnw of Tcnvn'T r MuRticafos tha toughest: bone. The constant cooing lover Carries off fche blushing moid Ami the cons fan I. advertiser la the "no wi'o Refcfi the.trailo Jno btcp won't taku you very fr.r, Yoivvii got to keep on walking j Ons word won't tell folko wbat you, You'va go* to keep on talking Uno inch H-oti •: tnnke you very tall, You've jiot to kotp on growing^ - On. littio ' ;id H OU'-i do at ;ill| Ymi'vn n-. t i:n keep 'cm ;:oinps

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, & Ba[?]as Marsh Share Councils FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1914 AMERICAN NEUTRALITY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

rUUJulHHCD EYlSHV Willi SUri'L&MEjS'T. Tut Oi&borrM OawUt is an Ailuvriisiny Medium of the Gisbwne, MtUuli, Uuila, iiomdeg, <£• liaccnun Miamu dUn'e Uvu/iciU b'iUiiAV, D^UEMJBEli 18, LyjLtt AMERICAN InEI'THALITY ^L~k. t^ —tb© siven to oUier leaders who may re present as large, ii not a larger, sec Lion of tiie people. Hence, when Mr. Tait, tiie ex-President, tells tiie world tliat tnere is nothing in the Monroe Doctrine to prevent the inva sion of the American Continent by a foreign Power, people are beginning to ask themselves if the protective influence of this famous doctrine has not been overrated. Mr. Taft puts it that portions of the continent, such as Canada and the South American republics, may be invaded and occupied for a time, but the Monroe Doctrine will not allow the occupation to be permanent. This is certainly a new view of the ques tion to many; but the difference be tween permanent and temporary ren ders" the whoie interpretation so am big...

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

P. 6. BIXOBI'S Soda Wat© P. G. BISON'S O.T. Co.'s Pare Cordials Baspfoerry Ltrae Juice Lemon Syrup Square SarsapaTilla Kia ©ra Sqwas?! O.T. & ILemcmade Syrup Peppermint Cloves Green; Ginger, etc., etc. Obtainable at leading CLUBS. SHOPS, HOTELS, STORES, REFRESHMENT BARS, CAFES, etc. A delicious drink made from Fruit Juices and Herbs. Sweet and fruity. In two forms—Cor dial and Aerated. The Juice of Lemons and Sugar only. Gor.s twice as far as other brands because it is Ileal StjaasSi I without added water. Thirst-quenching, Delicious, Cool ing and equal to the best Beer made—tilTT it does not contain Alcohol. Pint and pint bottles. Famous Mineral Water from Daylesford. A Kcfrc-sninp Drink Alone, or with Lemon, 0 T., >■ ry Cup, Whisky or Gin. In 5 u- !.\-n cylinders, pint and pint bottles. Tonic Blood Purifier, contains,, valuable constituents of health^' giv.'ng Herbs. In two forms— Corc'ial and Aerated. TheWorld-famedpuccess. Yearly sales equal over 100 million drinks. A...

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ROMSEY SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, December 4. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

romsey shire council. Friday> December 4, Present ; The President (Cr. AH. v inmoouioe; and Crs, Stew&rtj Ang lis, liieharusoii, Sanderson Ochiltree ancl Robb. On the motion of Cry. Hobb ana olewart, tiie annual statement of re ceipts and expenditure was received and adopted. Tribute to the .Late Or, Dowling. The President feelingly referred to ihe passing into the ureat Beyond oi one of their brother councillors, Cr. Dowling. He said that no man was more respected or more loved by tiie community than (Jr. l;o\vliug. by his death the district had suf fered a keen loss. He was one 01 those men they could ill atiord to lose, and he moved that a record be made in the minutes of the councils deep regret at the death of the late ur. Howling, and appreciation of "is valuable services to the ratepayers, also that a letter be sent to Airs. Dowling, expressing the council s Bin cere sympa^y with her and her sons in their sad bereavement. Before discussing the joint electric lighti...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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"The Society of Angels." [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

^ "Tlig Society of Angelu," Some time ago a midlife of Warsaw, Skubliuskaya by name, was brought to ju-.tice,. with several of her coadju tors, for the crime of killing illegiti mate children. The woman and her helper- called themselves "The Society of Angels," and engaged iu the atrocious work of "dispatching the little one3 to heaven," of course for a certain consid eration paid thorn by the unfortunate mothers or their fiiends. This fact aroused a discussion ii> all the Russian pa;-era on the fate of illegitimate chil dren iu that country. The mortality of such waifs was found to be over eighty VP" a l^on or UutS-A in thfi P"OV ftmscow. Those asylums keen me 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 aa are "dispatched" directly by professional murderers like Skublintikaya oan hardly bo catiinated, l>nlv about three weeks ago a simij/ii' 'Society of Ang...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—ED. G.G.] LOCAL IMPRESSIONS. To the Editor of "The Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

CORRESPONDENCE | W b do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—Ed. Ci.Q.J LOCAL IMPRESSIONS. To the Editor of i;The' Gazette." Sir,—The results of the late eiec- j tions have left some peculiar irapres- i sions locally. Foremost amongst these is, that it revealed the fact that it took very little to debar certain individuals | from the exercise of their franchise, or even vote in direct opposition to their general political opinions. And for what reason? Because, in many cases, the rancour and bitterness of bigotry existed to warp the mind and action. It is known that pronounced and professed strong- Liberals, bit terly opposed to 'the Labour Party's policy, abstained from voting, and in some cases actually voted for Labour; and for the simple reason that, in their minds, the Liberal candidate ha):! s<3me leaning's towards assisting' Ro man Catholics having the justice of their claims being inquired into by the appointment of a - ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Noble-Hearted Bootblacks. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

3 Noblo-IIeartoil Bootblacks. ^ Warm hearts are sometimes found under ragged jackets, says a New York paper, as is shown by the folio v \ng in cident : A kit is a box of tools or whatever outfit is needed in any particular branch of business. . It surprised the shiners and news boys around the postofiioe the otkei day to see "Little Tim" coming among tliem in a quiet way and hear him say, "Boys, I want to sell my kit. Hera's two brushes, a hull box of blacking, ft good, stout box and the count goes ioi two shillings," - _ "G-nin' _n.wq.v,..Tim innuired one. " Goin' on 'skuvsion ?" asked another. "Not to-day, but I must have a quat* /er," he answered. One of the ladB passed over the change and took the kit and Tim walked straight to the counting-room of a daily paper, put down the money, and said: "1 guess I kin write if you give me a pencil." With slow movinir fingers he wrote a death notice. It went into the paper almost as he wrote it, but you might uothaveseen.it. He wrote: |. "D...

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GISBORNE SHEEP DIP. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

GISBOEJN'E SHEEP DI3?, TO SHE KDITOR OF "EES 5A2BKE. Sir,—It may be of interest to "Efite3 payer" to know that the Municipal Sheep Dip is, by no means, as heavy a burden as one would be led to believe, according to his letter in a recent issue of tha "GftsstiW $fit pJaoi $s. price, as fixed this year, is "the same as last rear; and secondly, the supply of stock in hand at the end of the season represented £7/2, as well as an unpaid account of £4. The deficit on the balance sheet, less the above, leaves a credit balance of £9/8/7 for the new dipping season •.—Yours, etc., Wit. J." HEALEY, Siiire Secretary.

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Head Against Head. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

iu Hoait Against Hond. Bellows Falls is where tlie dime mu seum freaks are developed, and the country store actors fitted for the stage and $30 a week. Last week a reporter passed a night at the Commercial Mouse, and in company with handsome and witty Mr. Nims, the proprietor, went over to an adjoining stable to see a son of Africa test his head against the iiead of a flour barrel. Before the* trial was made Mr. Nims took off the hoops from one end of the barrel and drove fifteen or twenty long malleable nails through the chimes, far down into the edges of the head- After this he drove the hoops on securely and nailed them. Then the barrel was placed firmly on a box, raised about three feet from the floor; the further end was fastened against a horse stall, and all was ready. The colored man had on a big knitted cap, and when he drew off some two rods away to make his run fire flashed from his eyei like sparks from an eleo tric car. A 'sharp run, a skip, and a mad, headlong leap, an...

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

THE RELIABLE PHAkMACY. F. DAMYOJN, CHEMIST — OPTICIAN. Recorded bt Dental Board of Victoria WOODEND, •AKD AI UT"?rE'mLDTWAlN-8-W-' - QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE maks 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, if required. TEETH extracted Painlessly. j Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Retcjrn Mail, Rail, or Coach. . Commonwealth j5Sjf»Bank of BustraKa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY fftb Bank ts eyan for all cluxai of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE 41*9 Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Briibane, Rockhimpton, TowntTille, and Londoa. Oabla remittance* mada to, and drafta drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated nod ccllacted. Letters of credit iaaued to Mir part of Che world. Bill* nejjotiatod or fo...

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

fr One 8 Reputation Is what people* Suppose ft to bo. One's Character ia what people have Proved it to be. srbnctiitis Cure Enjoys both an Excellent Reputation and on Irreproachable Character. Personal Rooozamendatlon la th<a Beat Advertisement, end that ia why Hearne'a has been at the ifep Of th® Tre© f©r a© ©oar yaare, BRONCHI! TKE FINEST REMEDY IN THE V/ORLD PQft COUGHS, CROUP COLUSc Always As& for " HEARNE'S," and aee 4&at you GST It Thera is notb^ "just aa good." If not obtain&blo locally, esnd sllroci to W, G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., G©stag, VlstasSa, •«*6»060a«40 jsrvngrT^a>w y ^ NOTICE. MB H. M. L00ME1 (Q.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUEQSOK Will *ialt Qiafcorna regularly on EALB - DAYS. All klnda of domastkfitad anlraalr skfcsndsd to. All taleejrama will *ocai» Biosapt nttasfcion. Mr Looaoj txx? tit eonanlSed o4 Messrs Bifcdy Broa.' afcoifs «a Sal Days. • • Oasirating a Speoiftlfcy. All klsils rt daffies^ animals attended to. ^rllllliPMiiiSR s...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

melbourne pig & daikx uattli market, Best good't onditioned stores, 21s to 62; Blips, 11a to 14b ; Euokers, 5s to 10s. porkers, heavy weights, 38a to 40a; primB jerviouable weights, 33s to 32s; light, 27s to 30a; baoonere, prime, 50a to 58a; extra iOt to 64a; light, 38b upwards Baok wtters, extra prime heavy taca, £3 10n ta €i 18s J balk prime and weighty, £3 to A; roughs, from 30s. Daiby Cattle—Milkers, best, £9 15b, to 114; good do., £7 15s to £9 ; others, £5. tpringws : Best, £7 103 to £8 10; couple, A9 16a; good do,, L6 10s to L7 5s ; others, : - ^4 _: .8urmgiBR heifers, L4 to L5 5s; few

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE 8T0UK. MARKET. Tuesday j Fat Skier?, — Quotations: — Prime fowbrsd wethers, 17s Od to 18a Od.; good to 16a 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14s t id to 15b 9d ; good do., 12s 6d to 18s 6d ; truae merino wethers, 15a 9d to 17 s Od; (ood do., 18a 6d to 15s Od, Fax Lambs—Prima sold at from 14s Od O 16a Od; extra, 16s Od to 18s Od; good, 8d to 13s Od. ^Wednesday Fat Oirns-2460 y&rded Prime bul OOks Bold at from £11 Os to £12 10s Od | •Xtrado,, £13 10a to £15 0s Od ; good do, £8 15s to £10 0s; second and lighter do, 7 0s to £8 0s} prime pens of cows, £7 0« to £9 2a; good do, £6 10s to £7 5a | Fat Calves—660 penned Prime steers •ad heifers, £4 10s to £5 15b Od; primu calves, 45s to 55b ; best small oalves, 20s to 32*

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AN UNLUCKY NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

AN TTShVOKY NTOIBER, Londlady—Let ma see, your bill is thirteen dollars ? "Butcher—Yes." "And this is the thirteenth of the month?" "YeB." _ "And this, I believe, is just thirteen tames that you've been here to collect it?" "YeB." "Well, then, please come again. I'm a little superstitious about that number . thirteen, you know." Gentleman—See here, it isn't half an hour since I gave you $1 to go into that fine restaurant and get a meal, and now you say you're starving. I Trn mp—.Mist so. p:ivu: it ain't my fault. | Yoil *>•<> ' •!, •>:<.- a t | class places, and I ji l»i ■ • -s.itke :-in mv order. Lost ':<e hit 1 io.^ur ;tn' "Eli! What did von ord< r.'" "Spring chicken.''—FkilchUliihia Ret- , ord. 1 Eobinson—Smith,' did you know that I once lived 150 days on water ? Smith—Pshaw ! I don't l.v!iev» it. Robinson—Ton my word! Took an ocean cruise in a private yacht.—JJitr lington Free Press. A COMMON EXEEKrENOE. LIVING ON WATER. THE W...

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Process of Mummifying. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

- , Sfroeess of E&ummifying. - Some of our readers may be interest id to know a little about the process oi mummifying. The method of embalm ing is called the "Brunclli process." The circulatory system is cleansed by washing with cold water, till it issues quite clear from the body. This may oocupy from two to five honrs. Alcohol is injected, so as to abstract as much water as possible. This occupies about •i quarter of an hour. Ether is then in jected to abstract tlie fatty matter. This occupiea from one to ten hours. A strong solution of tannin is then inject ed. This occupies for imbibition from | one to ten hours. The body is then dried in a current of warm air, passed over hoated chloride of calcium. Tuie may oocupy from two to live hours. The body is then perfectly preserved and re sists decay. ' The Italians exhibit speci mens whioh are as hard as stone, retain tha shape perfectly, and are equal to th« moat prone to decay are"remove^ arrfi the remaining portions conve...

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GERMANS IN THE NORTH SEA BRITISH COAST SHELLED [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

GERMANS BN THE MORTH SEA BRITISH COAST SHELLED From a late edition of the "Argus" we glean the following :—The British Press Bureau states that important German movements are taking place in the North Sea. The Germans have shelled Scar borough and Hartlepool. Our flotillas are engaged at various points. A naval action is in progress off Scar borough. 9Phe situation- is" developing. Many residents of Scarborough have fled to Hull. The bombardment began about 8 o'clock this (Monday) morning. It is reported that several buildings have been destroyed at Scarborough. Four German cruisers took part in the bombardment. Huge holes have been made in several buildings in Scarborough. Two cruisers have bombarded Whitby. In the Abbey one person was killed and several injured. German cruisers en gaged the fortress at West Hartlepool, but were driven off,

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THE STRUGGLE TOWARDS THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

THE STRUGGLE TOWARDS THJii SEA. The prottaofcsd nature of th< (Struggle on the Y:er is evi dently telling on the (xermant-, - from time to time they continuo to attack the lines of the Allies en masso. General Joflre is reported to have said, that the coming victory of the Allies is a mathematical certainty, and this is no brag, as a study of events will Ehow.. The order of the Kaiser that at all costs Calais must be taken has been obeyed literally, as far as it could be, and the result has been an enormous loss and failure. On the Nieuport-Dixmude line alone it ! 1b estimated that 30,000 Germans were put out of action. The attempt of the Germans to outflank the Al lies by a turning movement on the right proved to be disastrous, .as it brought them under an enfilading lire from the British gunboats. Twelve hours' cannonading resulted" In the Germans beine driven from their trenches, leaving 4000 dead behind them. The Amsterdam correspon dent of the "Observer" states that ...

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Hay-Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 18 December 1914

4 . 8S£. are the causes, natnra^jpro-; rentiok and cure of hay-fever? Whet places? are exempt from-it I' "What are the latest opinions of 'the medical pro-j tessiorf respecting this disease ?" i Themost recent'opinion is that it is a • QeuroSis, or'an affection of the nerves, a peculiar susceptibility of certain nerves, terminating in the mucous membrane, . fco irritation from the pollen of various plants. It is only about seventy years since it was first described under the name of summer catarrh: It prevails much more extensively . in some countries than in others,' being twice as common in Eng land as elsewhere;-and'much less com mon at the South and in Canada than in our Northern States. It it; a rare dis ease west of the Mississippi. Its seat is the mucous membrane of the nostrils, eyes, pharynx, larynx and bronchial tubes. - It sometimes assumes an asthmatic forim, and lienoe has been ealled 1 hay-asthma. The susceptibility to it is often inherited. • t Although it is caused b...

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

K&TELS .4BIU1 STOES9, O.T. Ltd. (Incorporating P, G. Dixon & Co. and J. Dixon & Co.) are prepared to supply Aerated Waters and Cordials in unlimited quantities anywhere. In view of the enisling state of affairs in Australia it is advisable for Traders to make arrangements which "will ensure regular supplies, This Company has iargc quantities "of Ingredients Jn ytock, also have their own Bottle Works, three large factories in Australia equipped with the vcty latest improved machinery for turning jutpure drinks, and are therefore in a very favorable position to meet all require ments. These lines arc also obtainable from ail Merchants. Write for Price-Lists. Gisborne Waterworks Trust RATING BY-LAW, 1915. j "HE Commissioners of the Giaborne A Waterworks Trust, the Water works District of which has been pro claimed an Urban .District, do hereby, in pursuance and in exercise of the powers conferred by the Water Act, 1905, make the following by-law The following ra...

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