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Mr. and Mrs. Billus Exchange Pl[?] rles. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Mr. and Mrs. Bl litis FsoTiii'ga Ptnaaamfc rloB. Loud blew the uiglit winds. Monofc onously riv-ped the early autumn katy did. And yearningly yowled the absrn loned and shameless cat on the roof oi the coal shed. "Maria," observed Mr. Bilkis, as ha leaned back in his easy chair and looked contemplatively at his wife, "your nostt reminds me of an interesting novel, mj dear." "Why so, John?" ahe inquired. "Because it is red to the very end." Hoarsely murmured the night winds, pevseveringly scrapad the katydid and wilder grew the wail of the melancholj cat on the coal shed. Mrs. liillus sat in silence, listening t« the woird voices of the night, her handi folded in sublime contentment and hei eyes wandering from her husband'i countenance' to the shadow of the pro file moving up and down on the wall ai the ilame in the oozy grate fitly rose and fell. "John," she said at last, "the color ol your nose reminds-me somehow of the government of Louisiana." "In what respect, Maria?" - "Because...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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TOPICS OF THE TIMES A Choice Selection of Intereating Items. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

TOPICS OF THE TIMEb !' A Choice Selection of Inter eating Items. Chinamen nse the skin taken from the 'belly of a sturgeon by tanning it into leather for shoes. Austin, Texas, has decided to erect the greatest dam in the United States over the Colorado Biver. It will cost $1,500,000 and afford 14,000 horse power. In making soun<fiugs for the new rail road bridge at Astor, Pa., the engineers struck an artesian flow of sulphur water in mid stream. It comes from a depth of fifty feet and is quite a curiosity. A cedar stump stands on W. S. Clay's farm, near Shohomish City, Ore gon, that measures twenty feet in diam eter. A photograph was taken of it,. with twenty men and five horses stand ing abreast Dr. MoDow, the murderer of Capt. Dawson, of Charleston, is still practic ing medioine in that city, having an office in the very house where the crime was committed, and next door to Capt. Dawson's home, now occupied by his widow. The Boston man who cut his wife's throat the otho...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Panama Canal Victims. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

<3 Panama Canal Victims. Careful inquiry has been made con cerning the condition of the laborers on certain sections of the Panama Canal, which not only confirms the reports ffhich have been previously jjubiislied, but discloses the pitiable condition to •which tho people are reduced. At San Pablo, Tabernilla and Bohio some have died of starvation, and their graves are now being pointed out to visitors. There are many more -who will die from the same oause. Many men have been given a half day's work for a meal, and those who have b8en employing them on their farms elate that they will not longer oontiriue 6Uoh an arrangement, as tneir stock of provisions is almost exhausted. Others ooolare and confess that in order to gat food they are compelled to go out; at night anc\ steal bananas and ouohre, al though at the risk of being shot. The people have not themeanB of even faying their railroad fare to Colon, and several deolared that if aid was not sent them aoon they would ....

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[?]hutting His Eyes Caused Him to Fall. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

TsButtmg itia Eyea Caused. Him to Fall. & g\ Joseph T. Francis, an elderly, bald headed man, stole a silver "watch from a passer by in New York, and, when pursued, threw the watch into a sewer opening. A plea of insanity was set up and was tried before Judge Martine. Dr. Truax, an examiner in lunaoy, tes tified that Francis's memory was 'defect ive and his heart action weak. Hp lmd a delusion that he was undergoing im prisonment in Clinton prison, and that the keepers jeered at him tlirough the bars of his cell door, especially at night when he wanted to sleep. An . unmis takable physical sign of the degenera tion of his nervous system was the fact that when lie closed his eyes he top pled over and fell. "Let us try the experiment now, "said Judge Martine. "Stand up, Francis. Now close your eyes." Francis rising from his seat did ns he was bid. True to Dr. Truax's opinion, he wavered for an instant after his.eyes were dosed, toppled over, and would have fallen forward had no...

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Preacher and Showman. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Preacher and Showman, Mr. Barnum once entered the Churoh ©f the Messiah, New York, of which the I Rev. Bobert Collyer is pastor, and ■ quietly took abaok seat, The preaoher saw him and said, in a loud voice: "I eco P. T. Barnum in a back pew in this ohurch, and I invito him to come for- j ward and take a seat in my family pew, Mr. Barnum always gives me a good J Beat in his cirous, and I want to give him as good in my ohurch." Mr. Bar- i aum was rather surprised at this publio I Invitation, but of oourse he accepted it. History never repeats itself to the Bumbling schoolboy. ? ' "/SIMILAR LIKE " IT. J "A writer In the Other Monthly claims that woman has entered every field of in dustry," said Quericus; "still we never see nor hear of women watchmakers." "There are none," replied Cynicus; "probably because so many are engaged | in matchmaking which differs from the other but in one letter, and is far more | pleasant and interesting to thein."— [Jewelers' Circular. f!0 CHANGE, ® "Math...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

fflCPHHIL BEOS, ami GO. STOCK AGENTS & PURfc 8TOCK 8ALE8MEN, ] 868 BOUEKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—1923 | HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS i F»t Cattle Newmarket. "Wednck Plg» ... Corporation Yards, Wedne . aad hurs<?* I Dairy and'Store Cattle .. Corporatiou Yards, bridayB Clearing Sales Conducttd in all parts oj tht State. iry aad Store Cattle, for Sale Privately, also Stud Figs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To Let, Correspondence Invited. Monthly Country Markets at BACCHUS MAHsH—FOURTH MONDAY MELTO > ... F1RHT SATURDAY KOA18KY .. .. THIRD MONDAY Craigieburn and Lilydale. GOLDEN fCeEGE HOTEL, -MtLTON- - ONDKK NEW MANAGEM EN I\ - E F.W. CLARK announces to the public . of Melton and the surrounding district*, tbat, having taken the Goldeu fktw. Hotel, he is prepared to cater for their wants in a firt-t»claes manner, and hopes, by jivili<.y and attention, to merit a share of iricii j.aiionage. 9m>t o) Wiue», Spirits «tc , kept. CABS met-1 all Train. Good...

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[?]erries Sold by a Good Reputation. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Beyrlea sold by a Good Reputation. Here is a real-life iticideut, related by ft correspondent of a contemporary, whicn fruitgrowers might read at least twice over—if once rending failed to impress its lessou 011 their minds; "As i.v.-.-w •tan-ling in a store-room in an Illinois city I saw a truck load of berries brou :ht In. The proprietor directed them to be placed in the back part of the store. Several buyers came in and asked the 1 price. of t lie berries. Hi would answer ten cents. They all to-.i\ from three to four 01 a dozen crates, a:.* soon the entire lot was sold. Not a tingle crate had Ih-l-u opened. I in quired of the proprietor why he did not Inspect those crates. He answered, 'Yon ice that mmic on the crate? That scils the berries.** Me is a man v.-ho lias :mil« ft reputation in this market; we *uov, that everything that comes from his plan. 3s cflfefdlly selected, packed h<>!ie(?t!y, boxes licv, clean and full: and when the crates are ntih-d Up; we will n...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bull[?], Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1915. EXIT THE KHEDIVE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

®1]£ (§fti£tt£. a PUBLISHED EVBRF fKIPAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Qisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Qittborne, Mellon, Bulla, Romtey, <Si Bacchus Marsh Shire Councila ifcHtirrnnrr—11 tjiiu,tjmil jmi h FRiUlT, JANUARY 8, 1915. EXIT THE KHEDIVE The annexation of Egypt, which means the deposition of the Khedive, j who was, at the best, but a puppet sovereign, and the disappearance oi Turkish suzerainty in the land of the PharaohB, is Great Britain's reply to ! the holy war proclaimed by the j Sheik-ul-iBlam at Constantinople, who, with the Sultan, is practically under the oontrol of the German Em Eire. Ab tho revelations of Sii LouiB Mallet, the British Ambassa dor at Constantinople, have Bhown, Turkey was fairly driven into the war by German influence. It was Enver Pasha (leader- of the Young Turks and Minister of War;, domin ated by a quasi-Napoleonic ideal and political pan-Islamism, who con trolled the army, which was entirely in Germany's hands. The Sultan (...

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Superstition of the Ainos. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Superstition of the Ainos. Among the singular superstitions thai prevail among the Ainos Iudiaus is one that gives a sacred character to the bear. In the mountains of Yezo are huge bears like the savnge grizzlies of the Rockies. Near the dwellings of a community of AinoB will b« found a bear cage made of logi and aleo a sacred hedge constructed —■—ut |iuica auix triuaii, ru tile 6pnug time the Ainos set out to hunt the bear. They have no weapons that would be of much avail in close quarters with one of these huge beasts, but they accomplish the death of the animal by means of poisoned arrows, says the Washington Star. The heads of the arrows-are dipped in the poison they obtain from aconite root. When one of the arrows pierces, the skin ' of a bear the poison acts so quickly that' be-will fall in mortal agony after running a few rods. Sometimes bears are killed: by traps or bows set on the ground with; a Hue stretched across the path of the animal so that when he brusnes against the...

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THE MONROE DOCTRINE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

THE MONKOE DOCTRINE It ia unfortunate for Mexico juot now that there should be bo much - diffsr«nro r>£ i V>n. ■ rr—J J-—1 states about tho scope of the Mon roe doctrine—for it was the utter ance of President Monroe, long passed away, now known aB the Monroe doctrine, that gave form to the claim of the United States to uphold tho integrity of tho smaller republics on the continent. In a late issue we discussed at some length this famous doctrine, according to which the right of the United States to intervene, in the affairs of Mexico was recognised by the great powers of Europe. As a matter of fact, American intervention, as shown by the landing of U.S. troops at Vera Cruz, proved to be somewhat of a fiasco, as it waB felt in Mexico, rightly or wrongly, that President Wilson had not behind him the driv ing force, of public opinion in the United States. The President cen tainly gained his point in getting rid of the Huerta regime, but this was about all that he accomplished by ...

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A Novel Yacht. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

A Novel Yacht. There is being built in a Brooklyn ship yard a steam yacht which has an eight-inch brass-bound hole on each side of the keel and a three-quarter inoh brass-bound hole where other steam yaolits have a propeller. When com pleted, this novel yacht will have a double piston pump, exerting a hy i draulic pressure of 2,500 pounds to the square inch. This pump will draw water into the vessel through the side pipea and eject it through the_stern pipe, so as to drive the yacht eleven or twelve miles an hour. The new yacht will be 110 feet long and 22 feet beam. She will have small engines and no wheel; j The steering will be regulated by the inf. xv*i.ar from the stem pipe. Dr. Jackson, of Brooklyn, the projeotor or the new craft, formerly operated a little launch on the prinoiplee desoribed above. He thinks his yacht now build ing will turn harbor navigation topsy turvy, and has named it "The Eerolu tion."— •jYtfu York Times.

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BULLA SHIRF COUNCIL Monday, December 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

BULLA SHIRF COUNCIL ■A Monday, December 2]st, Present: Grs. O'Brien (president, in the chair), Micliie, Starkie, Ford and Buckley. Messrs. Barnes* Simmons, and Car miehael, the tliree applicants for the position of shire secretary, who 4iad been selected to interview the Council out of the large number of applications received, attended the meeting. After questioning each of the gentlemen, the Council's choice fell on Mr. Barnes, who will take up his duties on the third Monday in January. Correspondence. From Postmaster-General's Depart ment, stating that with reference to the re-arrangement work which the De partment proposed to carry out at Sun nury to meet the _ requirements of »i large number of intending telephone i subscribers, it would be necessary for the electric light poles- which, at pre sent occupy butii sides of certain streets, to do confined to one side only. It was accordingly desired that the Council arrange for the following work, the cost to be borne by the electr...

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THE [?]IGURE SEVEN. Some Strange Things Told About This Number. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

"" "MB TIOTJRE 8EVEI*. S*me Strange Thing3 Told About Tf»iu Numbar. ' ' ''Did y*u ever oonsldor how pr-mni Btat a part fcht figure 7 plays in (he his tory of the world? I dare say you have Tha speaker whs a woll-known, N«w York Insurance man, and ho whs WireMing a World reporter. "It is re rnarkablo," he oontiuued, "and if vo i wilt Jet down what I tell you about tlx. Jiiirtiaral I dare say you will find it very interesting. In the first nlaoe, when God made the world He rested on the 7th day. ThBre are 7 day# in a week: flu-re are 7 letters In the name Jehovah.. We all know of the 7 fat and 7 lean kino; the 7 years of plsnty and the 7 years of famine: the 7 fruitful ears of corn and ihc 7 bar ren ears. Jacob served 7 years to: Rachel, was cheated with Leah, am tr&ited T years more for his reward Laban, bis father-in-law, lollo ved Jaco'. for 7 days, and when Jacob died Joseph lamented 7 days. At the siege of Jeri cho 7 priests with 7 trumpets wen! around the city and at the...

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CORRESPONDENCE [We do not necessar[?]ly endorse the opinion expressed by correspondents in the column.—ED. [?].G.) LOCAL IMPEESSIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

CORRESPONDENCE |Wo do ndt m:c(!."ptirijy flndon-n the opinion Hxprpewid hj- correapomleatf in th/ column.—Ep. 0,0.) LOCAL IMPEESSIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. Sis,—I notice a letter, under tlia above bending, wherein the writer be moans the attitude, mostly of Liberalism, at the recent State elections. Any reasonable man knows that Mr Eobert son simply adopted the line of a Royal Commission on the education question to catch rotes. The argument of "Obser ver," that the claimg made by the Roman Catholic is not a grant to Catholics, is simply absurd, because it is their authorised organisation which is appeal ing for the grant, and, except in a few isolated instances, it -would be they who ■would get the benefits. The Labor Party did the right thing when it refused to listen to any of these people, who are endeavouring to revive, once again, as of old, the sectarian monster, and to destroy the mutual regard which people hold, no matter what is their accident of birth as regards ...

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WAR NEWS. DEVELOPMENT IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

WAR SMEWS. DEVELOPMENT IN EGVPT. Effypt' was always an iute- j rusting country, Hist ou acoqunfc of tiie antiquity ofj I itB civilisation, and later from the j fact tlaat it was the granary of the [ Koinan Empire; hence the saying. | 'There is corn in Egypt." Its im portance now is owing to Its geogra phical position, and. the Suez Canal, as it thus commands the great trade rouie bet-ween the East and West. The connection with Turkey dates back to 1517, when it was incorpo rated in the Ottoman Empire. Egypt had a peculiar fascination for Napo leon in his wild dream of founding an Eastern Empire, and in 1802 it 1 was occupied by the French troops, After that it was ruled by Governors, under the suzerainty of the Sultan of Turkey, and in 1840 the Gover nor was given the title of Khe4ive, The corruption and extravagance of : Ismail up to 1879 plunged the coun try into debt; "then followed the in terference of Great Britain and France, and the abdication of Is mail in favour of his son,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. Rkookded bt Dental Boakd of Victoria WOODEND, U0^\30WA1N'B'W'' - OUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature ol Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor expense in this most important branch of Phartnaoy. Send your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. BYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. fS:' £TEETH eitracted'painlessly. JPaUttt Medicines, fresh, »t Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth Jg||* Bank of EustcaUa HEAD OFFIOE 8YDNEY Bwk b optn tar <8 elami of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS th BQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE ijmt at Bydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Porth, Hobart, Briibana, ftockhampfcon, Towmrillt, and Locdn. fllWi remittance* nude to, and drafta drawn on foroign pUoti direot. Foreign billi *egetiat«d and MllMttd. Letters ot or edit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

I { Ones ; Repufatioa ! Is what poopl® I Suppose it to be. | Ono'a CSnaracttoip • la what people havo i Provod tt to fe®. Heame's Bronchitis Cure Enjoyo both an Sscellonl Reputation and en Irreproachable Chorasts?. Personal RQCommendation £a tho Boat Advertisement, and that is why Hoamo'e hao besn at ths %tip of the Treg fer so fzcs.y yc ars. RONCHIT TME FINEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, CROUP s»d COLDS. Alwoyo Asll for " HEARNE'3," and 000 that you GET tt Thore to notb'^g " juot ao good." If not obtainable locally, csad gi?@ot to W. G. HEARNE St CO. LTD., G©doag, VScSafs®. NOTiCE. MR H. M. LOOMED (G.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUBOEON Will Tifllt Ofeborns regularly cn 8AL2 DAYS, All kinds of domoatJuatc-d aniEsek afcfauded to. All telegram* will rcusfe ^roaipt atwutioa. Mr Lccnoy fs»y fit eattaal&ed at sen*. Brady Bros.' efeore ci Bal Bays, Castrating a fippoi&Hy. All klaflji o <S«e&©s&3 animfcia aitoueied to. ij fg IF YOy-USE-T»E'SAME>PgL,...

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[?] PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

-g PKi & DAIRY OATTLE vlAKKiST. ' i<mnw onditioned stores, 21s to 62; « (la >o Ha;' suokers, 6a to 10n « *k<- htuvy weights, 38s to 40s; prims :<ble weighty, 33a to 32s; light, 27s o 3i»; bMonora, prime, 60a to 58b ; extra tOs to 64s; light, 38a upwards Baok latterv, extra prime heavy lata, £3 10a to H 18s i bulk prime ana weighty, £3 to A; roughs, from 30a. 1JAIBY Cattle—Milkers, beBt, £9 15a, to 114; good do., £7 15s to 69 ; othera, £6. Ipnngers ; Beet, £7 10a to £8 10; couple, iv 16b ; good do., L6 10o to L7 5s ; others, Li; springing heifers, hi to L5 5s; few choice forward heifers, L7 10s; others, L3 6s o L3 15a. Fat co«fa, L6 to L7 6s ; good do., good uo., hi 15b to L& 10s; others, 80s up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

JCOMMERCIAL ♦ MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday Fat Shzip. — Quotations ; — Prime foubr#d wethers, 17s Od to 18s Odj good ; to 16* 9d; primo crossbred ewes, 14s (d to 15ft 9d j good do,, 12s 6d to 18s 6d ; jrime merino wethers, 16s 9d to 17s „0d ; good do., 13a 6d to 16b Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from 14s Od Q 16s Od; eztrit, 16s Od to 18s Od | good, 9d to 18a Od, ."Wednesday J FAT OattLS—2460 yarded Prime bul*! oolis uo.ii fru.n £11 Os to £12 10a Od ; £13 10s to £15 Oa Od ; good do, Ab Urn >,<> £lti Os; BQoon.l uiid lighter do, 7 "• j68 Oa prime pens of cowb, £7 IK. , cj 'i ; good do, £6 I via to £7 6s Vat Calves—660 penned Prime steers •o.i in -iere. £4 10s to £5 15b Od j prime j riivt B, 4up 65s ; beet small calves, 20s to -Tie I

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CLOSE SEASUNS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

CLOSE ShASunS FOR GAME, itc. Hevised by J. M. Semmens, Chief Ia» spector of Fisheries and Game on 2?^ April, 1913 :— ** THE Wf JLE YEAR. All Australian fauna, with the exoep. fcion of snakes, in the national parkt aud public gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. s Babblers, bears (seo native bears), j bee eaters, bitterns, bronze-winged and I other wild pigoons, bustard or wild ' turkey. j California!) quail, caterpillar-catoiiorj i chats (see eputhianuras), ouach-Tviijrj i birds, cockatoos (black), crant-s, j birds known as cranes, such as herons ! egrets, etc. (except the Native com. ' p..nion or Australian crano), cuckoos i. cuckoo-shrikes, I'urlows (see suuthi-ra [ stone plover, etc.) | Deer, doves, Java turtle; doves, | Echidnas or porcupine, ant-eaters' £ egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus, ephtki.' | anuras or cJiats. | Fa..taiis, fly-ca'tehera, frogmouth « I datgus and mopokes, | Grauealus iaoiil,), all members o£ | Herons, sea cranes. § Ibis. | Java tu...

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