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Corn as Fuel. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

Corn as Fusl, Some people seem to be horrified when they hear of corn being used for fuel. Now, if corn is cheaper than coal, what posssble objection can there be to using it fv>i' fuel? A Kansas farmer can get thirteen cents for a bushel of corn. Let >is see, that is $3.70 for a ton. To yet that he may hnve to haul his com nix or eight miles to market, If he buy* mmI hcTwill pay from $4 to $5 ti ton, ami haul it the mx or eight miles back home. I'he matter simply comes down to llu'ipies i,ion of how he cilii get the most elVcriiw. fuel for a dollar. You could hardly ex pect a farmer to pay a bonus in order that he might burn coal if he could get the heat some other way.*®" Corn at $:}.70 a ton is cheaper fuel than ' coal nt $5 a ton, and, besides, it lias in its favor the tact that the farmer has the corn at home. Theie is no more reason for tv sentimen tal objection to burning coin tlir.u !m«'(i» is to burning wood.—-|Chici!gu Ttibuue. SA8ILV OBTAINED. Count Von Enniouo—Your...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HIS PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

HIS PIOTURB. "T hear you went to the art photo grapher's to gut vour picture taken. How did it come out? * "Bsfllv. It looks so much like nic "everybody says it'a hideous."—The Epoch. AN UNRELIABLE WITNESS. Judge—Arc you guilty or not guilty 5 Prisoner--Not guilty. Judpe (to witness—How much was the stoles watch woith ? • Witness—Yout' llouor, it was worth *150. Prisoner (tnkin<J the Wnjch from his . pOCkei)—That shows that he can't be be lieved. Do you think thai. Watch i.s worth $150?—[Jewelers' Weekly. A MAN OF MEANS. 'Mrs Siuckiip--Is lliis Mr. PIimpurse, yo'i hnve enir;i,;eU yoursell to a iKua of nieiiiis ' js.ensihlt1 ni'ii^lilT->V'S, mntlier. lie <tl« In' Mtys, ;uiil tini!.'H I lie nirt of u luubuiiii ! wunt, —[New York Weekly, IT A^KKCrBb THf2>r mi'PEfiMTt.Vi . u Mm on n strike, and I need bread," gflid a i'Mi'pnu.'ir iu a linker. ; "''That's tfdd," replied thy l^k-r. . J'Whe.e i'ui us »itiito I nifvw jtfusii" .

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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An Educated Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

An Educated Bull. # - ; General Daniel Macauley tells some ra-.v stories about his life Ht Grcytowu, •where lie lia- been general traffic mana ger for the Kiearugua Canal Company. O'iie relates to an "educated bull.;" Grey tow xi has one long street running through it. and scarcely any others, so that everything that goes on in the town may be seen from one end of it, up or down this street, to the other.® "The killing of cattle for beef," says General Macauley, "is done at a killing post in the tientcr of the town. The beef cattle atVhroughtin from ranches one, two or three miles away. Sometimes vaqueroa 1 bring them in. A rope is tied to the animal's horns and another to his tail. A vaijuero will ride in front holding one rope, and another vaqnero behind hold ing ■ the other.' This makes a sort of procession, and as the animals are all wild and mostly - ugly and inclined to make trouble there is no end of fun in witching this procession go down the street.But' "the greatest specta...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HENRY HOWIE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

HENRY HOWIE. (By N. M. O'Dpanell.) (Ccmeludpcl,) It wi.lL be remembered by those who read niy articles in the "Gls borne Gazette" iu lyio, that I took up the whole subject- of the history of Gisborne, including that of its earliest pioneer, in entire ignorance of the subject^ and that, even while penning my material for the press, I was still in places floundering in bogs of doubt and confusion. No'( authority that I could consult ap peared to be aware of the date, or even of the year, Howey was drowned, uud they all studiously avoided, lor a good reason, tlic name of the boat he went down in., But I soon formulated my own reasoned suspicions on these matters, and in my fourth article, published on 18th March, 1U.13, I said, "All the cir cumstantial evidence goes to prove that the 'Sarah' was tlio vp««o1 took the I-Iowey 'family to their doom." I then produced the facta, laborious ly delved out of the records, that, confirmed me in that belief. I have now proof positive. Howey's wil...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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AMUSING WAR STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

JLMTJSrSTG WAR ST0&7. <3tti /S9\ How a Pursued Federal M^'Te s Balky Mule Quicken His Pace. Several veterans of the civil were tell ing of '.heir experiences at Roniiuut, X. Y. Uue related the following amusing incident; "Our"regiment was in camp at H.ir f er's Ferry., and.one day a eonnarle.aud secured permission to jmy a visit to a farmhouse Rome distance awhy, where we ^khewihere was- poultry.- We rode horses and hud some mouey in our pock ets t'o purchase -what chickens and "tur keys we desired, for on this occasion we hid itfn«ld "iip'our minds to foiego forag" irijj, but later oh circumstances arose that quickly made us forget our'good resolu tion. A short distance from the fartii house was a grass field into which we turned our horses to graze at will. We then proceeded to the residence on foot, and met the farmer on an old-fashioned porch that Tan the whole front of the quaint farm-houso. I told him we had come to bartel for some chickens, and turkeys/; Th...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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WAR NEWS. FRANCE AND BELGIUM [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

WAR NEWS. FRANCE AND BELGIUM The struggle in Belgium and Northern France still continues, though without any appreciable advantage to either side. The French made a desperate effort to capture the plateau near Soissona, hut were repulsed. On the other hand, the Germans suffered severely in their 'attacks on the British trenches.' Dur ing these attacks the Canadian regi ment delivered a brilliant bayonet charge, from which the Germans broke and fled. Trench after trench fell, until at length the German ar tillery checked ther pursuit. The ground gained by the British ex tended over a mile. The "Daily Chronicle" correspondent at Calaic reports that nine of the Allies' avia tors bombarded the railway barracks at Ostend, doing considerable dam age. The airmen sustained no casualties.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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How to Take Away Appetite. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

How to Take Away Appetite. A certain lady who keeps a rather ' fashionable boarding-house m this city is troubled with ten boarders—no less than ten—who possess euurinous appe tites. Everybody that knows a boarding house oan reaiize that ten boarders with large appetites are very hard upon the profit of the concern. She tried, like a thorough business woman, all sorts of methods to check these ungodly appe tites, with no avail. One day she happened to tell her family dootor of these ten hungry men and how they worried her, and lie said immediately: 1 'Why, I oun give you an essv remedv for that*." fehe told him that she would be very much obliged to him for any help that he could give her oil the subject, and moreover said that it would be worth a great deal of money to her. "Well, said he, "'next week bake a lot of lemon pies and see that those ten I boarders get their share of pie." "Is that all your prescription, dootor?" said the lady. "Yes, ma'am," he replied; "and you will fin...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE RUSSIAN FRONTIER [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

TPE RUSSIAN FRONTIER While the Allies are doing little more than holding thrir own in the West., important develop* meats, on the whole favourable to the Allies, are taking place on tho other side of the theatre of •war, though, owing to weather conditions, any considerable advance on the part of the Russians cannot be ex pected before tho approach of spring. A Petrograd communique states :— "The enemy, haviog been „ expelled from Serpe, north of the Vistula, oc cupied the fords at Skrawa, 40 milco east of Thorn, but was unable to maintain his position, and has fallen back northwards under our pressure. The situation is uneventful else where." News telegraphed to Rome from the Austrian frontier shows ; that the situation in Austria is daily becoming more dangerous. Food is at famine prices, and dis content is general. Anti-war de monstrations have taken place in all the large centres. Rioters construct ed barricades in several towns, and conflicts with the police occurred, many arre...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

CLUSfc. StAbuwS FOR GAME, &c. j llovised l>v J. M. Setnuiens, Chief In epvctor oi J-'ibheri<-s and Qamt on ii'W April, 1913:— ** THE WI -LE YEAR. All Austialian fauna, wan tue oxoop tiun ni snakes, in tuo national parks and public gardens acauthinae or tits ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers, bt-ui's (see uativo bears) bee outers, bitterns, brunze-w.nged an> other wild piguuns, bustard or will, turkey. (Jaiitorniau quail, eawpilla.-catchers chats (see cp it.uunu.a. j coacu-wlii) buds. cockatoos (.black), cr-.u^s, al b;r<ls known as cranes, such as herons egrets, etc. (i xcept tlie Nativo com p iuon or Australian crane), cuckoos cuckoo-simkos, curlews (see soutnuri stono plover, etc.) Deer, coves, Java turtle; doves, wild Echidnas or porcup.no, ant-eaters egrets, seo cranes, etc. ; euius, ephthi auuras or ciiats. Fu-.tai's. (Iv-catehers, frogmouth C • .largus and mopokes. Granaius laui.l.), all members oi TIerons, see cranes. Ibis. Java t...

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MOVEMENTS OF THE TURKS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

MOVEMENTS of the TURKS. The Turk appears to bi having a bad time, though It is nothing to what awai g awaits them when thsy make tHeir long-delayed advance on Egypt, In j referring to the Russian victory at BLara Urgan, a Fotrograd com munique saya :—"In addition to the destruction of the Turkish Fifty second Regiment, we pursued and de feated the foe. Upwards of 5000 were taken prisoner. Fourteen guns, enorruouB supplies, and 10,000 head of cattle were captured. We are pur suing the Turks, who are fleeing to Olti." Advices from Sebastopol re ceived in Petrogi'ad state that the Russian fleet has sunk 80 sailing ves sels, which were transporting Turk ish troops to Anatolia. The Cairo correspondent of the "Daily News" states :—"The projected Turkish ad vance upon Egypt cannot be de ferred beyond the middle of Febru ary, because after that the desert water supplies will be dried up, The Turks have collected 13,000 camels in Syria, many being for the artil lery." This projected Turkish ...

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[?]USTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Hoew Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

' I i'uSTAI. RATES AND KECU' 4TI0N8 . n [Where the term "The * omuiou FreaJtib" is used in connection with uht>&e rate® and regulations it includes I'apua, Lord Hows Island, mid Norfolk Island.] LK'JTERS. *©r every 4 ounce or traction tiiereot. For doliv<5ry within the Common- < wealth .. 0 1 I'or delivery ill. the British Em pire 0 1 '"or delivery in the N't-Hebrides, Banks, and lor re* Iwands ..0 9 "r delivery in othor placc» .... 0 2J Lltfl'IEli CARDS. or delivery within the C-uminori-aealth Single, Id. uuch ; reply, Id. each half or delivery iu the iiiitinii Kinuire (se list of placet. ujidur "Letter* )—Sin gle. Id. each. or delivery in New liebridee. Ii:mkF and Torres Lahuxie -Single, i-d. each or delivery in other placet— Single, -'id. each post cAftUc. .Single Postcard* iiupieauc-d with tho d. stamp, *nd ;lt«ph or double card*. .ioh half of vviiieb bag th«* Id. stAm|. .nprcssed thaieon, u.ay be tra;,8mit.te< lO places within th&...

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A MILITARY LAW [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

A military law j A wjiiur in ihe lirititb , press lbceutly expressed ihe viuw iJluh one ot ilib evils which would have to be guard ed against when tho war was over was tho military spirit. He feared that as we had turned to the mili tary >n timo of war, we might be tempted to look leniently towards their aggressions in time of peace. Certainly the military spirit cannot co-exist with the .civil spirit in a country like this. In Germany it was really the prevailing spirit, but Germany was never a democracy. , Tho -sentence imposed, on an Auck 1 land merchant, F. E. N. Gaudin, in not calculated to reconcile one with I military methods on the civil side. ■ He was recently convicted at Samoa ' of "war treason," and was sentenced 1 to five years' imprisonment. Tho J sentence suggests a serious crime, and a premeditated intent to aid the 1 enemy or to injure our own cause. Yet, according to tho "Argus," the only charge against Mr. Gaudin, who is a reputable merchant of un blemished cha...

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The Valuable Eucalyptus Tree. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

The Valuable EucaVptus Tr«o. 45v ' if Speaking of the growth o£ tiie indus try of extracting the various alkaloids And resins from the eucalyptus tree, a recent number of the London Globe ways : ' Elaborate experiments hare been mnde in Rome by Senator Count Lugi Torreili, and they deserve careful atten tion at the hands of wholesale manu facturing druggists. A number of tin pannikins were filled with pure spring water and various'leaves, such as oak, orange, lemon and grass, immersed in them ; also eucalyptus leaves and bark.. Gradually, but at various intervals, tha • leaves and M ater showed signs of putres cence and ha i to be thrown away. The , oak leaves preserve, the prater for some time, but the,water in the pannikina Trith the eucalyptus leaves and bark re mained perfectly palatable after the la; ;se of more than four months. The Count also placed some meat in water with leaves of the eucalyptus giobulas, and in another pan a piece of veal in plain water. After seventy-four...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAM YON, CHEMIST — OPTICIAN Rmobdkd by Dehtal Board of Victoria . WOODEND, ASDiIlM0^Li.S'K,™rwa-N'8,w" - QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature ot Dispensing, Jand spare no trouble nor expense in this moBt important branch of Pharmaoy. Send your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medioines, freBh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth JgfeBank of HustraUa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY VMi Xwtk la open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ti EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alw a* Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsvillo, and Lo&&n. QkbU remittance* mads to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direot. Foreign bills »efotiated and collected. Letteri of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiate...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

wortQE. \ . Me'.LOONE"y j (G.H.V.C.) | VETEK1.NA.HY SCTBGEON Will riiii' Gifboraa regularly on SAL3 j DAYS. A.il kinds of <3om<j*tioRt®<d ifuaiw.aLf ; ! a»&3nd*d it/. All will pcaxipt ifcwiifvP ^! [aciJB; say !(■' ; matraiW e-i !tf*s--re tiridj Usoa.' «toro" «» i>6J«. • OatfffMtag a "•«>• eifcfejr. All ■ ki<ai» el irooia titttudod fco. jT^ ANDSOWIIULYOU EE IF*YOU'USK'THS'SAK&-OII.. OAlRVs AOiiCUiTUiAl mSHIflR "SAFETY" BRAND IS IJHSUBPASSED. RAT&R. $OM£ PR! as gTJ?fpp>,2& I cf "T^sr harvostbrI & &mo&m f Ofifyptc tn quu< e> save &OXBY wr cm? ,n cost&yr www. f{lh& s^efid/wtifuh j ifi my'iueaceA wfien> \ ^iofi-/wieAeil4ddil 1 -^iS' f P „ mm #=:'" THE "GISBOPE.GAZETTE" i HAS COMPLETE EQUIPMENT - f (or carrying out Printing of Every Description. It is needles? to enumerate the lines. Suffice it to say Hint everything with Printing: on it \p ...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL 9 The following is the portion of the report of the above council mooting held over from last issue :— Monday, January 18th. Electric Light Matters. A. M. Fraser, electrical engineer, reported as follows:—Re account from Welch, Perrin and Co., for ^2 -15s 6d, this is for a cable sent by them to England for duplicate parts for Hindley engine ordered on 14/3/14. I had instructions from Mr. Daniel to cable for them, as winter coming and I could not get them here, and could not get along with spare plugs anc' sPrinSs> R-e Charcoal.— The' quality C! this. charcoal is not quite as good as EdwcJ. s' .^,mj j pared to his at 50s per ton, is t^!' ' to 45s. The new contractor offers to supply his own bags, and we have to supply Edwards with bags. Our bags have been in constant use for 3 years, and it will cost about ^14 to replace them. I beg to suggest that tenders be called for charcoal supply, and contractors to supply their own bags. Re Telephone for Power House.—I h...

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, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. ITALY'S POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

<IJj£ ®tt5£tt£. PUBLISHED EVHRY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. Tlte Oisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Oisborne, Melton, Bulla, Homsey, tfc Bacchus Marsh Shire OounciU FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1915. ITALY'S POSITION Though there was, and is, every in dication of Italy drifting into the war in support of the Allies in the coining spring, it was very fortunate that nothing was done of a definite nature before the terrible calamity which has overtaken the country. Italy, especially the central and southern portion, stands on a belt of the globe which is peculiarly sus ceptible to earthquakes and volcanic outbreaks. The first recorded erup tion of Vesuvius, an account of which was given by the younger Pliny, who was an eye-witness, oc curred in A.D. 79, when the towns of Pompeii and Herculaneum were buried beneath showers of ashes, stones, etc., ejected by the volcano. Italy possesses three volcanic moun tains, or outlets for tko vast sub terranean forces that, though quie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

S HIP t O F R O iV) S E Y HOUSEHOLDERS are reminded that they are liable to a PENALTY or TWENTY POUNDS for— Allowing any offensive drainage to flow from their premises into the street channels ; or for Neglecting to clean all private yards, ways, passages or avenues by which neglect, a nuisance by offen sive smell, or otherwise, is caused ; or for Throwing any glass, filth, dirt or other matter of a similar nature upon any road, footway or public place. It is the earnest desire of the Coun cil that the above-named restraints should be observed, and this notice is given in the hope that legal proceedings to enforce same may not be necessary. (By order,) H. C, WHITE. Owing to general depression and unfavourable conditions, oar Stock, which is considerably beyond what' it should be, must BE most CONSIDERABLY PULLED DO vVN, and to do so a Remarkable Series of bargains will be made. .011$ In fact, your Money will Travel Further at Our Store than ever befcre, for GOODS MUST GO MUST BE MAD...

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TO MAKE SEALING-WAX. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

TO MAKE SEALING-WAX Six ounces of rp.sin, four of wl - lead, two of vermilion, and two d powdered shellac, melted togethw, , will make the best red sealing-wax . For black wax the best ivory blacl is substituted for the red lead atf vermilion ; for green, verdigrii i used ; for blue, the colouring matta j8 verditer or smalt : for yello* chrome ; and for purple, a mixtuia o vermilion and smalt. Sealing-wax il often scented with a little balsam cJ Peru. — o Sir A. Conan Doyle has just • into a contract by which, he ■will r» ceive the largest sum tnnt h&3 6Vtl been paid to any author for his worl (sava the "Leeds and Yorkshire M®1, cury"). An American and an Enp iish magazine have jointly agreed U pay him £1S00 each for 12 stories oi 10,000 words each. This is paymenj a.t the rate of £1S0 per thousand words. No other author receives moil than £50 per thou&and wokIb. Sa ihat from the rate of payment no* agreed to be made to Sir CotiaJ Doyle, some appreciation of the pop®...

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TOOLERN VALE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 January 1915

TOOLERN VALE, —«— (From Our Own Correspondent.) Humour lias it that we are likely to have a change in the management of the local store shortly. Mr uud Mrs R. L. Wyuue are going for a health trip, and Mr J. M. Wynne's family will carry on the business during their absence. Their many friends will wish Mr and Mrs Wynne "bon voyage" and hope the rest and change will have the desired effect. Mr Aiurnane, who has been absent from his school for three months on sick leave, resumed duty on Monday. The surgeon's knife, and the rest, have made a marked improvement in his health, whioh had been very indifferent for some time past. Asa result of tlio copious ruins during the Xmas holidays, Tooiern Vale has on its Spring coat at present. The grass is green and growing, and the prospects are good.

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