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A POPULAR WEXFORD OFFICER. KILLED IN ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

A POPULAR WEXFORD OFFICER. KILLED L\ ACTION. The "Melbourne Advocate" of the 18th inst. gives the following 'The genuine sympathy of the peoplo of the County Wexford goes out tot Lady Maurice Fitzgerald) Johnstown Castle, Wexford, "on the death of her only eon* Captain Gerald Hi Fitz-i ger«Jd, who was killed m tho Rattle on the Ais^ei The deceased officer, who was ohly -8 years old, belongod to the 4th Royal Irish Dragoon Guards, with which ho has been connected over six yeU.rs.-i. A, splendid type o£ manhood, possessing all the admirable qualities which have ever characterised the Johnstown family, he was held in the highest esteem b\ all who knew him, and even those who had not the pleasure of his per HisP'luSiTwi 'uua'oreateu in the lift of his ancestral homo, and th9 intense pain and anguish caused to his Borrowing mother and young bride. A decidedly pathetic feature of Captain Fitzgerald's death is the fact that he was only six WGfiks married to Miss Dorothy, Chaff illgtoh, dau...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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FARM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

^kmjnjtes. The man who is not punctual should uot have the care of the farm unjiiuils. The tree a man plants is one mea sure of hi« love for the man who coines after him. • A large farm, without skill, capita] and. industry is a plague: to it,n ow ner. It is like self-righteousness, the more you have of it the worse- you are off. That's what ! A cow stops chewing her cud be cause aha is sick—her digestion ■. is, disarranged. Better get a good quali-' (led veterinary surgeon and let him prescribe. On every farm there should be some poultry to use up scraps, help .to keep down insect pests, and to fur nish the household with eggs and meat. The best classes for the pur pose are Wyandottes or Orpingtons, because they are both good layers and good table birds, and are easily kept within bounds. A dairy farmer who selects his herd judiciously, and spares no trouble to y row abundance of food for them at all seasons, may" still fail to get good-returns if" ho overlooks the ques tion of she...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DESCRIPTION OF THE SAD AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

DESCRLFTIOX OF THE SAJi AFFAIR. Particulars of the fatal blow, are contained in a letter recei.ed by Lady Maurice Fitzgerald from Capt. H. S. Sewell, >ith Royal Irish Dra goon Guards. The following is a copy of the letter :■— American Ambulance, Lysee Pas sur, Neiully, Paris, September loth, 1914. My Pear Lady Maurice,—This is my most unhappy duty, to write and tell you the terrible news of Gerald's death. lie was shot through the head, and diod, I be fieve, almost at once. We were, in action lighting the German rear guard at Bourg, on the Aisne, on Sunday morning last. 1 was slight ly wounded myself in the same ac tion, and I could not see him. They buried him m the village cemetery. His personal property was collected, and given to me, and I a.m. sending it all to Mrs. Fitzgerald, with the exception of his revolver and 'rmfe, which I shall also send on late . if possible, by some wounded officer who is going home. To me per sonally, and to every officer in the regiment, Gerald'...

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[?]hutting His Eyes Caused Him [?] Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

"~'~3Uiuttmg Mis Eyea Cat^ed Him » Fall. I, | Joseph T. Francis,^an. .jslderly, bald* |headed man, stole a silver watch frotal 5»passer by ;ifi .New York, :.arid, whea | pursued,''throw the •watch into & sewer i opening., A:plea of insanity was set up | *vid wits'tried ;before Jiidge Martina. jDr.'Truax, 4n e^minsr ,in lunacy, tes-' | tified that Firanois's mcmory was defeot | ive. and His" heart, action weak. ..He had i a delusion, that he was undergoing im- . rprfconirient in.. Clinton prison, and: that HK® ^pe^>jeered-;:;at;Vimftjmrovgh tho \ bars" ofhi^c'ell door,-especially, at night . I 'when htt wnted to sleep. asl unmis 1 takable. physical sign ot the;degenera ? tion of - nis; nervous system ;wa« the fact. ^that when he closed his eyes ; he top 2 pled over-and fell. ; "Let ua try the experiment now, "said :Judge Martine.. "Staid up, Francis. J Now oloss your ayes." j Francis'rising from his • seat did- as h® |waa bid. y.Trae. tdDr.r3Dni»x,s'.c>pipiQn,. • |he wa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

THE RELIABLE PHAkMACY. F. DAMYOJN , CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. || Recorded by Dental Board of Victoria WOODEN D, AKDiIuor^KiLrffAiN-8'w-' - QUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature oi 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 Tainlessly. J Patent Medicines, fresh, »t Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth JgfeBank of EustraUa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY f&fa Bank U cpsn for »I1 cImjci of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS a* EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE tiato At -Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, P«rth, Hob&rt, Briibano, Rockhampton, Townirillo, and Londcs. Oable remittances made to, and draft* drawn on foreign plaoee dirsot. Foreign bills negotiated and •olleeted. Lettorn of credit ieiued to any part of the worlu. Bills n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

NOTICE. : U S. I, EOONES' (Q.M.V.O,) VETERtiKJJiY 8UEGB0K "Will visit GSaboroa wgiUArly on / 0AXJ2 DAYS. AJl klndB of doiaeifclcatod anisaftlr dStondwl to. All telegrams will" rfecslB gJFoaapS attoatioa- • Mr Loonsy '.'sway gJ eoHoimed aft Mesm Brady Bros.' stors e& ■gal-. JJays...--, CJasbrstlBg a Speoialiy. .All ' kis^a c4 ., §9®es@a' wjimnls att«iu:.cd tor ncjg&d$m ^1^1% 11 *ti 11 iff si ilrfckfsp ; 4MB so WiUYOO BB I IF-YOU-UgE •THEJ-SASm-Oii.,, p i '"£lAPETVw BRAff® I 13 UMSURPASSEP. |1 paratqi& iotlfi Fits cg I 3t&£i*pe& 1 #"?% m fzaffivestemI af i l/% 9a'izn & b5nbb&, g ovqfff? fm bulk & save ttomzy nor o.v£y in cost mrr in prfjght |j <£'>?• €i££/hlc€l£g& wfiefb I -a 4a?firmic/i oil4&m fe nteg&@r c I wm w:f THE ^GISBORNE GAZETTE" HAS COMPLETE EQUIPMENT tor. carrying out Printing of Every Description. It is needless to enumerate the lines. Suffice it to say that everything wit...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

MKLB01J11NE PIG & DAIKY OAT I'LL M.ARKJST. Beat good-i ondifcioned stores, 21g to 62; I •lips, lis Co 14s; auokera, 6a to 10a - ) porkers, heavy weights, 38a to 40a 5 prime t jervioeable weights, 33a to 32s; light, 27e to 30b ; baoonera, prima, oOd to 58s; extra }0s to 64s; light, 38b upwards Back Hitters, extra prime heavy tats, £3 10a to S4 18s; bulk prime anil weighty, £3 to A; roughs, from 30s. daiby Cattle—Milkens, best, £9 16s, to 114; good do., £7 15s to £9 ; others, £5. Jpriageis: Best, £7 10s to £8 10; couple, iV 16a j good do,, L6 10s to L7 6s ; others, Li; spiiugikg heifers, L4 to L5 5s; few choice forward heifers, L7 10s; others, L3 os o L3 15b. Fat co*s, ljti to L7 5s ; goad do., good no,, L4 15s to L5 10b j others, 30s up,

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday I JFat Sheep. — Quotations : — Prime touabred wethers, 17s Od to 18s Od^; good to 16b 9d; prime orossbred ewes, 14s Jd to 15a 9d ; good do., 12s 6d to 13s 6d ; wime merino wethers, 15s 9d to 17s Od; (ood do., 13s 6d to 15s Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s Od O 16a Od } extra, 16s Od to 18s Od; good, 8d to 13b Od. i Wednesday TFlX O^mE—2460 yarded Prime bul. ookfl sold at from £11 0s to £12 10s Od ; •Xtrado,, £13 10a to £15 0s Od ; good do, £8 15a to £10 Oa; second and lighter do, 7 Oa to £8 0a; prime pens of cows, £7 Ug to £9 2s; good do, £6 Ilia to £7 5s Fat Calves—660 penned Prime steers *nd heifers, £4 10s to £5 los Od; prime calveB, 45s to 55s ; best small oalves, 20s to 32s

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

FOHAG-E. I'ENDERS will be received until *■ Eleven o'clock a.m. on Thursday, 7th January, 1915, for the supply of forage at the various Police and other Stations in Victoria from the 1st Maroh, 1915, to the 29th February, 1916. Full details as published in the Vic toria Government Gazette of 9th Decem ber, 1914, copies of which, with tender forms, conditions, &o., may be obtained at the stations or from the Secretary, Ten der Board, Treasury, Melbourne," A, J, PEACOCK, Ti'eiisum'. Moiboufus-. j Public moiice I The Government having decided ! that ALL aHGPfci shall be CLOSEu in future on £SAU U ttDA\ to fEQlH Ona o'clock, the Business People of Uisbob.ne wish, to notify their Customers to that effect. The Shops will, in future, starting from SATUitDAY, yth JA-NllAKY, be ULOtiED STJAIUTLY, as above, but will be Open till 10 p.m. JUyem Fjxidax Night. Being subject to a Heavy Fine, we wish our Customers to understand that tfo Business Whatever can be done after closing hours on ...

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GREAT NAVAL VICTORY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

GREAT NAVAL VHOIOBY She seneatio22 of last "week was the great naval victory, in which the German China China dquadron, which sank two British ships cfl the coast of Chili, was engaged by a British squadron under the command of Vice-Admiral Sir Frederick Sturdoe near the Falk land Islands, and completely smashed. The German ships en gaged were the Scharnhoret, Gnei eenau, Nurnberg, Leipzig, and Dresden. During the action, which was of five hours' duration, the Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, and the Leipzig were sunk. The Nurnberg and the Dresden fled, but they wera pursued, and the former was aleo sunk. The Dresden escaped! and is reported to have taken refuge, in a badly damaged condition, in tins Argons pert pj S&st^ Cruz* X| f sel will be interned till the close of the war. It appears that the.enemy was completely outclassed, as none of the British ships were damaged, j It is quite evident that the Germans j found their position in the Pacilic unsafe, as they rounded the Cape wh...

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WAR MEWS. THE UNSPEAKABLE TURK [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

WAR MEWS. THE UNSPEAKABLE TURK Tbe unspeakable Turk appears to be anything but a desir able ally for a Christian power. The Kaiser's trump card in the alliance with Turkey was the "holy war," to be used, of course, against the Allies. This has" not only failed in India and Egypt, where it would be moBt effective, but, like the hoomorang, it is apt to return on the thrower, aB the fanati cal Moslem crowds aro as likely to attack the Germans as the Allies. This will account for the special force sent by Germany to protect German subjects in Turkish terri tory. Evidence of the pressure un der which Turkey was forced into the war is accumulating. Field Mar shal von del* Goltz is practically controlling tbe movements of Tur key. The Ivhedive of Egypt, who has gone over to the enemy, will probably find that, in sporting par lance, he has backed the wrong horse, as it is not at all unlikely that the British occupation of Egypt will no-w become annexation. The action of Turkish soldiers in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

J. DRONE. JEWELLER AND OPTICIAN, - 22 NORTH RO D, - BRIGHTON Visits GISBORNE EVERY SALE PAY. - and may be seen at Mrs J. HAINES', Ait ken street RIDDELL on 4tli FRIDAY in each Month ^LL KINDS OF WATOfT, CLOCK, AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS ATTENDED TO. - —

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THE WAR IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

THE WAR IN EUEOPE. There does not, appear to be much change in the position 011 either the eastern or western frontiers during the week. There is, according to the latest news, heavy fighting near j Cracow, where the .Russian advance has been brought to a standstill. The Russians, ho doubt lor strategic j reasons, are more on the defensive, j They appear to have greater num bers, but the Germans, on the other hand, show greater mobility, as they are making, the fullest use of their railways to transport large bodies of troops from one point to another. The strength of the Rus sian attack is shown in the large number o£ troops withdrawn from the east, where the Allies, though slowly, are maintaining their ad vance, The Austrians, who have suffered a great deal from the Rus sian repulses, appeal' to be in diffi culties with the Servian", In their recent victoi'y the Servians captured over 80,000 prisoners, 70 guns, 60 machine guns, and an enormous quantity of war stoi'es. The Allies o...

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NAVAL RAIDERS [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

NAVAL HAIDERS The Gei'm^u Haiders ui!e still I afe Work Gu ths g r e a 11 routes 8f oommei'Gei The eap tfiifil Of tils i3i*itlS.U Sts&hiGi1' Scottish P*'illcs fSDOi'ted on his arrival at New York that he had to deviate 1000 miles towards West Africa be cause the German cruioer Karlsruhe and her merchant consorts were re ported to be flitting between West Indian and South American waters, and causing great havoc. The great importance of the action which de stroyed the German China squadron will be realised when it is remem bered that it will liberate more cruisers to scour the seas in pursuit of these commerce destroyers, II the Germans arc not altogether suc cessful at sea, it is evident that they do not lack enterprise, A fleet of six of their submarines made, it is said, an attack on Dover last week, the objective being Beveral war ships which were in the harbour, One of the submarines was Bunk at the outset, and it is reported that two others met a Eimilar fate, The attac...

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CONCERT AT RIDDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

CONCERT AT RIDDELL, A very successful concert in aid of St. John's Organ Fund was given in the Mechanics' Hall, Hiddell, on Fri day evening. There was a very large attendance. The first part was given by the children of the two Riddell schools, who were carefully trained by Miss Sullivan and Mr, H. Scriven. The manner in which they acquitted themselves was cer tainly creditable. The Rev. H. F. Millar acted as chairman. The hon. secretaries were the Misses Suther land and Humphries, and they, wero ably assisted by a committee of la dies. The expense of printing and advertising was generously defrayed by Mistf Fitzgerald, so the financial result must be very satisfactory. Mr, TL Scriven acted as piano accom panist, and Miss Sullivan was gene ral stage manager for the children's part of the performance. The fol« i lowing was the programme Pianoforte duet, Misses M, Clar-ks and Ivy Heath, Song, "Washing Day," Monica Cui= hane, Ruby Schsureis Pattte O'lveetiB) Kathleen Dwyei1, Clafe fioi...

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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

RIDDELL (From Our Owe Correspondent.) Tuesday. Christmas creeps in this year almost unnoticeably, and for which the terrible war is responsible. There is little to ap peal in the way of the Christian sentiment of "peace and goodwill" at the present time, the main thoughts and desires seem to be to slaughter and kill. "We, how ever, in Australia should, at least, rejoice in being so far removed from the terrible scenes daily recorded, and at least make an attempt to spend a cheerful Xmas., and with sympathetic thoughts for those unfortunates that are debarred from doing so. The late glorious rains have quite changed the general appearance of the whole country-side, and quite a spring like look. The races liel'e on Boxing Day are the chief attraction, and the l'aina hate made the course most excellent for the horses. There are good entries, and, a3 the class of animals competing is very even, it will be difficult to pick winners, and there should be some good finishes. A brass band, f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

In cam oflnflusnra, It quickly isllsvss tba Oitftrth, teductt the fever, and ipeedlly Wl lios tho pationt. It ie also a Stisd Tools la caae» of £>obllitr,acoompso!sd by Trespass* ef tho chest. If you'tre suffering froa % pattlatent Cold, Influent*, BronoaitU, «t way cheat weakn«*s, ptocui# ft tattlt At P2S9> 1/3 utd 8/6. at all Sum ea4 Cfesalt$».

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RIDDEIL'S GREEK RACES BOXING DAY MEETING. SELECTIONS BY "BAR VON." H[?]DLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

RIDDEIL'S GREEK RAGES BOXING DAY MEETIFG. SstEoiiONS "Bar Vok." HtTKCi-E Sacs. Giiead ... ... ... 1 Bis Fife *•- n - Oorsyong -<• "* S . Thial Haj-tMcas Ttjimmetus ... ... 8 Sapart .. ««» ♦ 1 Marie Blaok «•« 8 Masks HAndicas Lucky Bean ... ••• 1 Jjb-iIw -Tana _ Bj «. u M.n «... -• nn^v sao,af tuoa J.-uce Isspsrf! ... in 1 Triraettus >«• ... 2 SSyal Letters < t > .. 8 PoKt EAcs Sofcleaf ... n .a 1 Meel ... ... 2 jPe&iJl Cie&vS «. i. 8 fti&Dg&D'e CftEfig Sasdioap Lady Jane ... ... 1 Lucky Bean ,.s ... 2 Sprlagbolfc 3 '

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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF fim» ; Barruooufcta . .. & €3 j Blackfish (except felas&fiA taken frosja atrofi^ao fiowiag northward horn fcfe® Qr®as Diriding Eango) •» «> »• *> 69 Bream ...... .. M ».» »» '3 » Bretsaa, ailte? .. »4 ».» ». S >4 ; Buttof Sflll 1 »«t ». i 41 I Oat flah .. .. 11 si 0» »_• 4 )j i Orayfieh—,» M .> § i& | Flathead .. u 4.) & C« yioutldsf »» 11 » i }» S_S I. d {S , OM'Soh .. I. » = . S. i» \ 5i Ottjyling os E«frH8g a y, tiJiK >> m >1 0 !j LtldsJlOE . » ;014; S.5 i.i :S v t.i 0 i* Mook»tsl . 1 j i j i {j «5 5_i 3 >f Mlllhtt . . > . i 4 J.s 4 J 4 4 ■ 1 0 |J Murray Cod 4. o 5 J 54 ijl» Muttay Patc^ 4644 ti. * 3 «a Perch .. .. .. 44 .6 14 •. S ,a Perch, En glials ... .. d u Piko %. 1. 8 j) R*d Mullett ... I „ -~~siv\xgli—Gt- Ituuisny >. •> ... a " ji Salmon Trout .. ., ... § H Salmon, California, 8 55 Salmon, English © „ Sand Mullet or Poddkai .. Q J} Sohnappor .. .. 13 s, Bilror Fish or Qilr®? Pe?eJj 4 ij Ski...

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IN AID OF THE BED CROSS CONCERT AT UPPER MACEDON [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 25 December 1914

m AID OF THE BED CROSS CONCERT at UPPER -MACEDUN A very successful concert, in aid the funds of the British Ked Cross {Society, and organised by Mr Walter Eirtiy, was held w ibu Working Men's Hall, Upper Macedon, on Saturday evening. The btate (icvernor and Lady tetaniey, attended by Mr JSormau Hodges, were pre eat The fallowing Was the programme, and it should Lie needless to say that the audience fully appreciated the musical treat, all the songs being encored. Piaoo solo, "On the Mountains" (Grieg)— Miss Kite Hope. Song, "Tha Tersadsr" (Bisch) Mf F. Leahy. bong, **Oi]]a»E]]i"—Mlas Elsa Wsrnjen. fcenga. "Angels Guard Thee" ntid "Will Ktew. Will Understand" Mr Walter Kir by. M0sn. tlins sSls, "Tarantella"—bignsr 0 Mausoni. Sotig, "Sitik Red Ssiia1' ^ Miss Nsrth Barrets, Humorous Boag3> "Baby and Dnddy" and "When Kichard I. Sat on the Throne"—Mr Westou Pett. Arioso—From Pagliacci — Mr Walter Kir by. Piano solo, "Andante Spinato" (Chopin) —Miss Kita Hops. Song, "From Love to Light...

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