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

/ICTORIAN^^^^^ RAILWAYS. HA.CEDOF FIREWOOD. TEiS't/SfiS are invited for- tkc supply of 100 tons of Firewood at tk6 Pumping £nginp( Maccdon, Particulars at,Mace don slation. P.D, £1. j Teaders, indorsed "Tender for Macedou | firewood," must be lodged, with the pre liminary deposit, in the Tender Bos, Railway Offices, Melbourne, at or before Eleven a.iiU on W ednesday, 20th January No tender will necessarily be acoepted. E, B JONES, Acting Seor'etary. St Brigld's October Fair Art Union \ Drawn December 81st, 1914. WmNING^iuAIBERS. 1st—2652. 2nd—E 422. 3rd—3470, 4th—E 1718, •JOHN Hon See, ' SHIRE OF MELTON POUNDS ACT 1890.—Section 21. I I MPOUNDE1) at Meitoa Shire Pound on !■ JL the oth day of January, 1915— 1 . One black gelding, branded C off . shoulder, blind off eye. If not claimed and expenses paid, „ to be i Sold on the 80th day of Jannary, 1915, at l Moon at the Pound Yard, Meltoa. GEO. MINNS, Poundkeeper. SHIRE OF ROMSEY i'ENDKRS will bd received by the Counoil of the above shi...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF F[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FUSE. Borr&ooutta 4* Black fish (except blaeftfijK taken from atresias flowing northward from th>o Graat Dividing Range) ,. .. >. •9 Bream .. .. 3 Bream, silver ., .. 8 Buttsr fish ,..,.>>>«••• 4 Oat flah si; 4 Orayfifih—laagtk ... ». .. ? Flathasd .. .. it «. .. j Floundsr .. ,, ,, ,. (. .. » Garfish 1 Grayling ©? Yam. Her?iag i Lmferiok 7. 7, \\ V. •' \ Maokerel .. ,. ., .. ,. ,. { Mullatt .. flj Murray C©d .. ... ... .. •• ]!' Murrey Pcrofe Peroh .. .. _ J 1 Forch, English .., .. . • J i Pike .. ». .. .. » ' Red Mullatt ... { ' Rock Cod 4 Rough or Roughy .. . • .. \ Salmon Trout ... j Salmon, California J . Salmon, English .. .• »: Sand Mullet or Poddies .. ® f Sohn&pnor •• Silver jMah or Sflrar Porch 4 Skipiaok .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 Snook .. .. ., 4 Solo ., .. .. £ Stranger J Travaie . ' Trout of all kind, not indi" n genous to Victoria .. . • ® Trumpeter ' : Whiting 4 : ^hj.'ting, Saw! .. .. *. ... L Yellow T&il *c w

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE WHEAT SUPPLY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

TJtiJS-. WHEaT tiUiTLY A curious posiuuii iiaa been orcatau uy ihe aotiuu of the NeWttoutU Wales Government in passing an Act em powering the Government to seize uie whole of the present wheat crop. In fact, a general muddle has been made by all the State Governments on this question of the wheat sup ply. The Victorian Government for bade the Railway Commissioners to accept certain consignments of wheat destined for South Australia, and the South Australian Government pro hibited certain consignments going to Tasmania. Under its Ac$ the New South WaleB Government has iBsued a proclamation declaring that wheat in certain areas is the pro perty of the Crown. When the pro clamation was issued the New South Wales police seized a quantity of wheat about to pass into Victoria, but they were informed that the pro clamation did not apply to wheat in transit, and the consignments were released. It is extremely doubtful whether all these laws, proclama tions, and instructions are not bad as v...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

J. -DRONE, JEWELLER and OPTICIAN, - 22 INiORTH ROAD, BRIGHTON Visits GrsnORNE every sale hat, and may ba eeeE at Mrs J» HAINES', Aitken street HIDDELL on 4tk FRIDAY in each Month Alt, kinds op watch, ci.o.ok, and JEWELLKRY RIUPaIBS ATTENDED TO, e ^

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INQUEST ON THE BODIES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

INQUEST OX THE BODIES, An inquest concerning the tragedy was held at Toolern Vale on Satur day niglit _by the Coroner, Dr. R. H, Cole, "Miss Eulalie Worthy, oi 64 Grey-street, , Albert Park, cousin of the murdered girl, who was on a visit to Toolern Yale, gave evidence concerning the shooting and the in dents of Thursday night. Kobert Wynne, storekeeper, -stated that he had employed Michel several times as a handy man. Michel pur chased some cartridges at his sho, a few days before the tragedy. Ht used to take fainting tits, A few nights before the tragedy he wrote a letter asking for work, and telling some particulars about himself, The letter was as follows "Mr. Wynne,—Dear Sir, I amsorrj, to have bothered and upset Mrs. Wynne last night. Xo doubt you think I should go t. the Hospital, but I am a deserter from, a society of French, who have taken an oath to light for their country till death; and if they got me they 'would shoot me on sight, and the law of this country would not s...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RIDDELL'S CREEK RACES BOXING DAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

RIDDELL'S CREEK RACES BOXING DAY MEEilisG. ' There was a remarkably good attend ance at the iiiddeH's Creek. races ou iioxiug Day. This meeting seems to improve every j'ear, one of the best 1 features being the large attendance of the people of the district. A great many • improvements have been made on the i course, aud these were greatly ap. I predated. There was a good day's racing, and a band of seven performers —St. Patrick's JJaud, h'ltzroy—under I the leadership of Mr Keid, gave some j ' excellent music. The liiddeU's Creek Club acts wisely in catering not only for ttie racing part of the community, but for children and others who regard the gathering as a gala day. The following wore the oilic'e-bearers present, all of whom did their work well:— l-resideut Mr A. iviaiks, J P ; treasurer Mr YV. t>. KicfiarUsoa; judge, Mr J Williams, jun. ; btarier, Mr k. McLean; 01 scenes. iur I 1 Dixon ; cleik ot coursu, Mr i. iioran ; iiag steward, Mr J. jviorau; haudicapper, Mr Cox; ste...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

TQQLERN VALE. (Ij'rom Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. Fine soaking rains have, fallen dur ing the holidays, and the district presents a spring-like appearance, be ing garbed with green herbage,, Har vesting operations have been com pleted, and some good yields of wheat obtained, up to seven bags per acre being harvested. The many iriea'ds of Mr, P, Mur nano'will be pleased to know time he is progressing- favourably^ and is moving about again. On Friday afternoon, the 18th ulti, a most enjoyable function was held in the Toolern Vale State school, the occasion being the broak ud 'for the Xmas vacation-.. Many parents) old scholars, and visitors were present, and & number of songs, recitatiohs, and action songs were given b.y the , scholars. Miss Ross accompanying the singers with, the organ. Before ths conclusion of the programme, Mr. I, Kobinson briefly addressed the gatliej ing. > He ex pressed his regret ae to the absence of Mr, Murnane through, illness, and lioped that...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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WATER TURNED OFF. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

water turned off, TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE I BlU,—The u'ater is turned off to-day I as it vas a week ago, without any notice 1 being gKc.i to the people. Surely the " members of the Water Trust should haTe some regard for the interests of the people - they represent, and arrange to notify them Trhea the water mil be turned off. — iouic, etc., hi.TEPA.PES. Gritbojasi !

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DOMESTIC SCIENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF TEE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

DOMESTIC SCIENCE, TO THE EDITOR OF TEE GAZETTE Bis,—It kaa been proposed by Mrs Osborne (wife of Professor Ost.orne, of tlie Melbourne University) to hold a class for Domestic Economy, 'lliis class was lield at Bacchus Marsh, and the attendance was 940 students. Jt consists of 12 lessons—afternoon and evening— costs 2/<3 the course, and the mornings are devoted to teaching children camp cook ing, laundry, etc. It is proposed to start on the 18th inst. if sufficient support is given. As we are very lucky to have such an offer, would you take the names of those who care to ioin and belt) to arrange matters— -Yours, etc,, B. BOSS-WATT. [We stall be very glad to receive the name:; of those who proposed to join the class. The idea is an excellent one aud as the cost is nominal there should be a larg6 response.—Ed. G.G.1

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How Russians Eat[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Mow Russians Eat* The ftUBsian eats on an ftver&ge t>he>0 every two hours. 'The climate and cus tom require such frequent meal3, thB' digestion of which is aided by frequent draughts of vodki and tea. Vodki is; ■the Russian whisky, made from pota toes and rye. It is fiery and colorless, and is generally flavored with some ex« tract like vanilla or orange. It is drank from small cups that hold per haps-half a gill. Vodki and tea are in*: separable accompaniments of friendly as well as of business intercourse in the country of the Czar. Drunken men I are rare. Russia and Sweden are the only countries in which the double din ner is the rule. "When you go to the house of a Russian, be he a friend or a ' stranger, you are at once invited to a side table, where salted meats, pickled eel, salted cucumbers, and many other spicy and appetizing viands are urged upon you with the impressiveness that knows no refusal. This repast is washed down with frequent oups of vodki. That ov...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MURDER AT TOOLERN VALE MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

MURDER AT TOOLERN VALE « MURDERER COMMITS SUICIDE. I The few inhabitants of Toolorn j Vak', a. quiet village of a few houses , near Melton, on the Ballurat line, 1 were greatly shocked on Friday af ternoon, 1st inst.., when it become known that a double tragedy had occurred near the village store. 'As .Miss Mary Isabel Wynne, aged 18, daughter of Mr. .J. M'D. Wynne, of Toolorn \ ale, w as walking near the store with Miss teulalie Worthy, a French-Canadian named I'eter .Michel came up to the girls, and, pointing a doublo-burrelled gun at them, fired a shot, which killed Miss Wynne in stantly. The murderer, 'who had been on friendly terms with Miss Wynne,v then turned the gun towards himself, and committed suicide. The charge of shot struck Miss Wynne above the right, eye, and shattered the top portion of her head. The little finger t)f her right hand was blown off. Evidently she put up her hand to protect herself when Michel pointed the gun. According to Miss "Worthy, the murderer mo...

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Will Man Ever Fly? [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

^yill Man Ever Fly? The giant birds of geology, suoh as the- dinornis, the extinct moa of New Zealand, some of which stood mora than ten feet hiph, were moat of them wingless, just as still the great ostrich in a running, not a flying, bird. Tho albatrosses and condors, giants among the winged fowl of the present day, are only relatively gigantic, since tho weights of their bodies are trifling com pared with those of human beings and their lofty flights, even if matohed by the ascending powers of balloons, are unsuited to the respiratory faculties ol man. t Helmholtz has observed that, though many small birds whioh are granivor ous fly swiftly, the great birds that arc potent on the wing are fish and flesh eaters, not needing extensive organs ol digestion for their concentrated food. He thinks it therefore probable that in die model of the great Alpine eagle nature has attained the utmost limit that- can be attained, with musoles foi the working organs and conditions of | nourishmen...

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CONCERT AT GISBOBNE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

concert at gisbobne A well attended concert in connection >vith St, Brigid'; October Fail" was given in. the iieehanics' Hall. Gisborue, on J-Tew "!> ear's Eve, In addition to well known local amateurs, there were two excellent singers from Melbourne, i.e., Madame Evelyn Ashley, who possesses a beautiful dramatic soprano voice, and Mr Leahy, whose tuneful light baritone voice was greatly appreciated. Lt an interval, the prizes in the art union were drawn, llr H, Semen acted as piano Eccorapanist, and the hon secretary, Mr J, Flanagan, as musical conductor. The following was the programme I Plane solo. "Chanson TristeMf H, 1 §criven Song, "It's a Long Wav to Ticperary" — MfT White Ssne, "A Toast to Erin11 (cncored) Miss K. O'Donoghue Sang, "The Girl from the County Clare" (encore, "The Mountains of Mom')-Mr I E.J.Leahy SCDg, "Walts i'oflg" (etlcote, "Wake Up") . «^»Madatr.e Evelyn Ashley Piano s-lo, "The Last Rsse of Summer" —Miss Annie Kitty Piano solo, -'Prtlude"—Mr H. Sctive...

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

THE &uv. y. Minister of the CONGREGATIONAL MISSION CHURCH, FItzroy, Holtourna. Sends his opinion of '* / Ivas recommended to try Clements Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to no' purpose. "One bottle put me right and was worth its weight in gold, "/ recommend this msdi• cine strongly. ( Signed) JOHN HOSKING," The Rev. J, HOSKING, D.D., is known as an earneit church worker, and his testimony to CLEMENTSTON1C was sent for the §ood it might do, This medicine is certain in its euects on run down or irritated nerves, and quickly relieves Biliousness, Weakness, Loss of Sleep,.Poor Appetite, Constipation and Indigestion. ALL CHEMISTS snd x STORES SELL IT, NE V uISBUlL* 1'. HOTEL. \/| US. E. LAW Lt is! In (J Id (late of the lVX beaconslield Hotel, M. Kilda) begB to utiiiounceuo ibe people of Gisboine uuo tbe burrounding uiwtrict that ebe has taken over the above butiuisa, and t...

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Sage Advice to Rural Girls[?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

Sage Advice to Rural Glfls6 Those- young fellows "Who stand 'tis front of public buildings to show their shape, and those. who stand sneaking near fcho ohuroh or sohoolhouse door to ; sort of catch a glimpse or oatoh on aa j you start home are not the ones you : should marry, girls. They will do fot you to ruin yourselves with or to split : vouv reputation on, but boyn who have Ihe stuff in thorn, that make moral lov» era and desirable husbands, do not da things that way. If you hav© no higheS ' aim than rubbing hair oil iawks ftota the host dress you wear, or doing doubla vt ork in after yoaru for your board, iQtoi) V/I.l h ($) ffffttltW;

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[?]STAL RATES AND REC[?] ATIONS [Whers the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rate[?] and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 January 1915

( | "uSTAL RATE8 AND REC"1 ATION# 'S [Wh«re the term "Tho v.ommon trealfch" is UAod in connection with tieae ra,teg and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island,] LETTEltS. For every i ounce or fraction thereol. ; For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 i°or delivery In the British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in tho Now Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Islands .. 0 S Kor delivery in othw place*. .... 0 2i LETT Ell CA-RDS. 'or delivery within the Commonwealth Single, Id. eaoh; reply, Id. oach half or delivery in the British Emoire (ee. list of places under " Letter a)—Sin gle Id. ©a-oil. or uelivery in New Hebrides, Banks and Torres Laljui-da-—Single, i}d. each •or delivery in oth«7 places— Single, 2$<i. each; POST CARD8. Single Poatoarc* imp: eaBtxt wiib Um I Id. stamp, and Replj or double oardi, each. hail' ot wnieb has t&« Id. storn-j impreaaed thereon, may be trojia-mitt-ec I to places witliiu the Comuioiiwealth, an<, bo those pl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 January 1915

s_-srss -S H I R E O F G I ^S B O R N E . STATEMENT of RECEIPTS end EXPENDITURE for Year ending 30th SEPTEMBER, 1914. "-""ISM:— ' . . Ootobarlet: JTo bwafioe - > - \ 1914—Sept. SOth— ; 'Rate's, currant . ,,r .extra (M&oedon) , ..., .i „i^arr€ara, extra (Borough) ■ „ f/#rre*rs „ interest ,.y. „ extra arrears (Macodon) i. „ „ interest II V »> ,, Sanitary Dairy Fees Rents*- Public Gardens Miioellaneaus Contractors' Deposits ■ ^,rJ)Qg.Fees , :: ■'* Joint Works, Romsey Shire Pound Fees Wire-Netting Account Government Endowment Licences j.. „ Fines, Petty Sessions : i i it;0oVcmmenfc Grants Sheep Dip Stock Fees Refund of Freight RateB OTerpaid Dishonoured Chequa Totals RECEIPTS. "Borough : Bulleng'rook Mountain Ridixg Riding. Riding Maoxdon Riding ... Trust ■3 Accounts. Bank Dr,, 36-9-H 0.8. Cheque Cash in Hand Dr. Balftioas £10 5 6 £95 6 9 £18 10 9 . ..1197 .14 1 117 4 0 393 5 8 287 2 6 400 2 4 ... ' 191 15 0 191 15 0 .. 1 6 9 > 1: 6 9 ... '-66,11 ■ 6 5 '15 • 0 14 12 0 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 January 1915

SHIRE OF GISBORNE, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BOR ROW THE SUM OE £1860 FOR PERMANENT WORKS AND UNDERTAKINGS. THE Council of the Shire of Gis borne propose to borrow the sum of One Thousand Eight Hundred and Eifty Pounds (£1850), oil the credit of the President, Councillors and Ratepayers of the said Shire, by the issue of debentures for smell amount, in accordance with the provisions of the "Local Government Act, 1908." The rate of interest to be paid shall be Four Pounds Ten Shillings (£4/10) per centum per annum, The principle aad interest moneys shall be repayable half-yearly, by 80 equal instalments, each of Eighty»five Pounds Nine Shillings and Eke Pence i (£85/9/o), by providing out of the M""' | cipal Fund the above First day of Scpt^'-",. , ;^u%.on, ,the of KaroU »- -,er a+nd th® ^T8t day | - iU eaoh respective half-year. Such moneys shall be repayable at the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Mel bourne. The purposes for- which the Loan is to applied are as follows :— The ^ instal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 January 1915

mcFHHlL BROS, and GO. STOCK AGENTS & PURE STOCK SALESMEN, 868 BOURKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—19123 HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS-.— y»l Cattle .. Newmarket, Wednt* Pigi Corporation Yards, Wedne | aad hurs<?- ! Dairy and "Store Cattle .. Corporation Yards, Fridays Clearing Salts Conducted in all parts of the State. -iry and Store Cattle, for Sale Privately, also Stud Figs and Cattle. Properties for Bale and To Let. Correspondence Invited. Monthly Country Markets at BACCHUS MAR.-jH—FOURTH MONDAY MELTO - ... FIRm 1' SATURDAY HOMSJSY .. .. THIRD MONDAY Crai^ieburn and hilydale. UNbl'vH ftEW MANAGEMENT. ]Y j| K b".W, 01.A ii K nnuouncea to tht public "I ami i Liu surrounding jktrkte.. tLiat, havinj: taken t'uu Golden e 1h ce Hwtel, be is prtpnred to enter for ih-_ir want!* in a fii-t-oLuis, lauunci, iiuj hopv:s, i.y jivili'y niiu aUtutioi), U> merit a eUais of fi.-tjr ci»iioiiiigu. I ol Wopi^i.'- Wc , kept. CABS | Hit!'! ill * ! lt.ni Uikh! .~(al>leb BDti IrtjOSl vi. &a...

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