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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

s I INSHAfP influenza Curs TKa Uufs-iliiiij for Ii-3i;t-nr-~., Oa'srrk, fjron'.bif;?, end V/e*k Cheai. . In ess:.! o: IaSnaea, ii nuioWr 6' astsnh,tc-iucei tb; foT-ir,«nd tpsssiiTf*' I'"?3 lis p.nitiu?. •! !: eIsb estsvi Tfi--'® esses oi Dtbi;iiy,rcrocp.i3-ia brTfM"3"® ti iba clicst. If j-cu ira :uffcrisz froB » ?s<-iWsai CoM, inScanss. ISrsoeaU!*. « riMct rr?.is;s^, precisa!^ctti3»l:!!5^,, 1/2 ar.d ?! »'J Si-.vra; scd Cio-?-"' Ctasfta; lata'a vSTJE^ Msfl]

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Concert at Melton. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

Conoert st Melton Avery 3-c::3c,"_': c;rr;r; !- i:d c.f "S Kerr'edv, -•vc.z ^:e;v hsr husband, '.vaj he'd :s 'the M-ibsr:^ Hs", Me'tcn, rs Mcidsy £r»n:^;. Tie fc!Ic?r.ie wis !hs "r;;rs~ —s.— Fimo d"S!. "Ths Rcrra: H-^r: —MijjM He!::car, A.L CM , szc'Trisira Sere, "Ms'risr ' -Mr r. ^s"y Pu::. "The Ba::ls Eve- — M-:;=rs Harry »sd Hcrs'rurch Sons, "It :.s N:-vy —M:.~s Ri S;-?, "Till the Sands c: -.he Dejer: G:=*-v "old" —Mr Hcrsru-rcb Rec.t"::". '' H - the Waybsiss Resdy f;r the Pr;ciss:rn"—>':«3 Trii-r-r ?o^5. "A L::-.'s Grev Heme i: the West : — Miss Wc — ^eii Rsci:3t:cz, "Murdered by Drink''—Mil! Bailsv Dee:, "I-'s a L?rt Wa? *.;■ Si. Ke'Sia enccrec}—Mesirs Crcucr. ez3 Hariley Recitxtion, "A Cca-trv C^:ste: {sneered; —Mr Hartley

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

MINIMUM "WEIGHT 0? ?IS31 Barraoonttn >'.' • ^95 BlackSdh (escept bbcifeX taken from strtwsa flowing northward froia tlv3 QrMti Dirisling Rsago) .. ,. . ■ 4 a Brsaa ! « Bread, ailrer .. ■ • ... 8 it Butte?" SLsli 4 u Cat Sail ,s_ s_. i ,ii Crayaali—. :... = .. 9 13 Flathead .. . > =, . = > > »■ 4 ct Flounder ? m Garfi&h. .. ,. . > 1 ii Grayling o? Ywra Harms i u Ling § ii Ludoriok 8 * Hookorol 8 ii Mullott 8 « Murray Ccd .. ... .... H" Murray Porch .. .. .. . • | e Perch » « Perch, English .... j i1 Pike 5 ... • ^ ii Rod Mullott i n Rock Cod .. •• 4 a Rough or R-oagii? ,. . = .- • 3 II Salmon Trout .. .. ... • • 3 » Salmon, California ...... 3 a Salmon, English 3 « Sand Mullet or Fcfldic-i 5 ji Sohn&pcnr 13 »\ SiJrsr er Sur^t F«'Si & h Skipiaok .. .. 4 n Snooli ,, ,. .. 4 i) Sola 8S Strang©? .. .. ,, .. .. § » Travale 8 fl Trout of ail irind. act isuii ^ganous to "Victoria .. . • § si Trumpeter .. .. =. ... .. 9 8 ii Whiiing 15 4 u Whitinc-. Rnr...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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AN UNLUCKY NUMBSR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

A2* TOirrOKX KTOtBEE, Londlady—Let me see, your bill is thirteen dollars ? "Butcher—Yes." "And this is the thirteenth of the month ?" "Yea." s "And this, I believe, is just thirteen times that you've been here to colleot it?" "Yes." "Woll, then, please aome again, I'm a little superstitious about that nnmber thirteen, you know," A COMMON EXFEKIENCE, Gentleman—See here, it isn't half an hour since I gave you Si to go into that fine restaurant and get a meal, and now you say you're starving. Tramp—Just so, pard; it ain't my fault, YcU see, I ain't used to dining at first class places, and I made a bis mistake in my order. Lost the hull dollar an' only got three monthfuls. "Eh! What did you order?" "Spring ohioken. — Philadelphia Bsc trd, tlVlKG OK V.'AI£F., Hobinson—Smith, did you krtow tha' 1 once lived 150 days on water ? Smith—Pshaw ! I don't believe it. flobineon—'Pon my word! Took as cceRn cruise in a private yacht,—Bur lington Free Prat. THE WSONG HAIB. Wipe-Up-the-Ground (the P...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

CRICKET. G-isbcrne JC?*412* ^ cc-desa on Saiuf* iay last by 207 runs, lhc "^sodsnderi ;coring only 65.. To-morrcm", G-isborna )laj M^cedon Qn Use Island,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLOSE SEASUNS FOR GAME [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

CLObt StASurtS FOR GAMP V .A Revised by J. ;U. Semmens CW, ' - specter 01 ]'i6lier!"'. and Game'11 April, 1913:— « ' me THE _WJ _.LE YEAR All Australian iaium, with the tion oi snake,;, in the uat-iunal and pubiic gardens -'-cauthizau m 1 . ; ant-eaters, porcup.ue, or echidna,"** I Babblers, beari (see native h- ' " • bee eaters, bitterns, bronze-ff;nJjir' other wild pigeons, bustard or turkey. Californiau quail, e£v.erpjljar< .. chats (see eputaianunu), coach-? birds, cockatoos (black),'crany""*' birds known as crane-,, such as h-.1 egrets, etc. (except- the Natj7.c£j p,.nion or Australian crane) 'cu cuckoo-shrikes, curlews (sea ' ton?-! stone plover, etc.) :r Deer, uoves. Java turtle; dores Echidnas or porcupine, ant-ea^ egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus e^'i1 ' anuras or chats. ' i"'s' -I Fan tails, lly-catchers, frogmouli I .- iargus and mopukea, ' (.ri-aucaluo taoiily, all mamben d ' Herons, see cranes. . j Ibis, i Java turtle dovo, j Kangaroos, black-f&ced or I...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOWEY TABLET. A LARGE GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

the howey tablet. a LAEGE GATHERING. Monday last was a red letter da}' in Gis borne, the occasion being the un ''"Veiling of a tablet to the memorj' of Henry Howey, one of the pioneer squatters of Victoria. The idea of the tablet ori ginated in the Gisborne Old Boys' ' 5 Association, formed two years ago, and if should be needless to say that the idea was a happy one. As Dr O'Donnell has ■given a full history of Howey in our columns, it will be needless to enter into particulars with which our readers are familiar. Howey sent his first mob of : 4000 sheep and 500 cattle overland from Sydney about the middle of 1837, and the party arrived safely and erected huts on the Gis borne creek, behind where the .police station now stands. It was to commemorate this first act of settlement thai the tablet was thought of. The memorial takes the form of a pyramid of dressed stone, from the neighbourhood, which was creeled by the Gisborne branch of the association on the reserve • in front of the...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]USTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The commonhealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papus, Lard Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

?USTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS j ( [Wh«re the term "Tiio uommom- B Tcalfcb" is used-ill connection with ti>&se i •atea and regulations it include* Papua, Lard Howe Isiaui, and Norfolk Island.J LErmts. t for every, i ounce or fraction t&ereoi. j For delivery within the Common weaith • • <: ® ^ For delivery in ih« British Em pire 0 1 :''or delivery in the NW Hebrides, Banks, a ad Torre* IbAjukU .. 0 3 !ror delivery ia other places-.... 0 24 LETTISH CAJID8. i'W delivery within the Commonwealth.: Single, Id. eaoh; reply, Id. ea«h half. : 'or delivery iu the British Empire (see list of daces under "Letters ')—Sin gle. Id." eaoh. iror delivery in New Hebrides, BankB. and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. i"(1or delivery iu other plaoea— Single, 2frd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcard* impressed with th* id. stamp, Jtnd Heply or double o&rd«, each half of niiicb has the Id. impreDtsed thereon, may he transmittec to place* within the Conmiotivrealth, ant t...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Memorial to Cr Starkis [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

Memorial to Cr Starkis On Foundation Day a memorial fountuin, to iho memory of the late Gr Joseph D. Starkie, was unveiled at Sunbury. It was erected by public subscription, and was handed over to Bulla sbire oounoil by Mr G. G. Cntn mi'ig, on behalf of the subscribers. The president (Or O'Brien) performed the unveiling ceremony, and leading residents made speeches. The late Cr Starkie was a member of the shire council continuously for 28 y«;ars, and ocoupied the presidential chair on several ocoasions. Ha was a ju-tice of the peace, and was the first ohairmau of the water trust. This was not all, for it was mainly due to Gr Starkie s untiring exertions that Sunbury got not only a good water supply but also an electric lighting system. He was well supported by the councillors of late years, but in the early days he had to fight down a great deal of opposition to get these and other necessary re forms carried out. Suubury never had a citizen so deserving of a public memorial.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

",G 1 °RiANJiiiiic hailways PaVING BLOCKS. TENDKRS aro invited for supply and delivery of fcjawn Hardwood Pav ing blocks fat Joiimoat <J&.- bhed aa-J thtt t.'owuv House, Newport. Electri fication Suburban . Lilies (Contract 2si65). Ptuticuiars at (jisborne. 1^ per cunto£*endue {to nearest £>- ■ - ■ , Tendors, muotsid " ■' inulor foe I'av ing lilouk.-," must bo lo.;gjd, with iiie prelicuin&iy deposit;, m the 'lender liox, Railway Ufiioo <, Melbourne, at 01 before .Eleven a.m. on Wediuaday, 17th February, 1915. JMo teudev will necessaiily be ac eepied, E. B. .10NES, Acting Secietary. •SHIRE 0F 8 ACC-: • U3 MARSH TEN DISKS Q EA!.KD T1?NL>!3KS wMressed to tho O* President at liu: Shire !!i\!!, lir.cohuH A1.n<li. will lie rwt'ivtd to ll a.m, pn i'UHSDAY, 0 I'Vbruavy, 11(15, for the foil wing wotk.— Oontraot No 2/15—Pipe Culverts, &o., Kennedy's hill Contract No ii/15—Pipe Culverts, &c., Coiroadia hill. Contanot No 4/1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. SSC-OHSrD BT Drsiil BC'iiS 0? VTCTCili. WOODEND, QUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Fsat:3I of Di;?z:*£j:-"c-. 'and spare no trouble cor expsass in this most import an; branch of Pharmacy. Bead your Prescriptions, they will be forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FBEE, and glasses accurately fitted, if .required. TEETH extracted pAiii.is=L7. Paieat Medicines. fresh, a: Seduced Prices. Horse arid Cattle Medicines. Ostrs* et Bitten Hah, P»ail, or. C:a:h. Commonwealth Jg^Eank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFIOE ^3^^^ SYDNEY Stti fesi S« eye: !er in citao o! GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS a EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Ate fct Sjistj, Ctibtm, Adtjiit, Ptni. Kibin, Brant's, ~r*~ r7"—^, nd Lcc&s. OiiU rr=itaic*« to, irtfy in.*-: oz Jrrt: jr pltsei iirrr- Frilis tt.4 «£»«•£- L>e*.vtrn c! crtit iixct.! to i;r pin i'. tit wi.-li. =;^t rfj-.rltvti cr «>■.-»■ tried Jcr •e3*eS32- Etiiir-f tid £^rir.eu c1 trrrr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

©nea Seputatlon is what peopl® Suppose tt to be. Ono'o Character ts what people have Proved it to be. Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Enjoyo both aa Ssoelleni Reputation and an trrcproachcbla Charaoisr. Personal &eoQmm©ndatloa to the Best Advertlsamont. aad that ts why Heamo'a has boon at the of ths Trsa fe!? ea years. FINEST REMEDY IN TKE WORLD FOR. COUGHS, CROUP ara«S COLD9. Alloys Ae& for " HSARNS'3," and 60© ttoei you GET ft. There to ootb'^jg "Juot e II nst obitttaaM© losally, eaad elite's «a W. CL HEARNE- Js CO. LTD., Cs®sl©8g{ Vkfogsla, €»*«» ft e *• c&oc (r+ e» 9 » NOTICE. MBiH. Mo LOONE1 (Q.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUBGBON Will fifilt Qfsfcorno regularly on SALB DAYS. ' All kinds o{ daiacsfcicuitc^ anliaalf a4t^ndo4 to. All tetefjrsma will seseh^ gsosapt attcstioix- ifr Laoasy Easy ccbbcHwI at Mc^rs Brwly Eroa.' efcora ©a Bat Boys. Osslraidps 6 Sjx-oUlty. All_ kte>3s el &e&H5$$3 aalwnLs sanded i». 8 #1|B S0.W1LI.Y00 BL _ jf IF'VOU'USB'TME'SAPI&...

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GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

GlSBORNE SHIRE COUNCiL The ordinary meeting <■'- T^e .v.ove ~as held cc Tuesday. Present:— Prs. Gorman ; President .1. Farreii. Pierce. Brady. Urqubart. Bir5. i"U~er, rampling. 3 a-"de: Correspondence. From tie shirs solicitor?. ■:;d "o'ilkes. stating they had arranged Mr. . .ytre tLi-ii his node*.* of £p pea I should be transferred from ti« Pour.tv Court. Nyneton. "o the justice; it Gisbcrne. on condition 'he P: at ion :c "Boi-obelr" v--e r--t": t •* i. by con ~ err. to the annua: value of £lli:G. "i:h i'5 ■> -! "5~ r'rtiL the shire of r,u;n Burn. cover ing a resolution to the effect that the Country Heads Board he asked to agree to the cost of the rraint55.2r.ee of main roads. for a period of eight months. be charged :o construction ac •»unc. This --euld be in easier mode of payment for the shires.—B-esoivec. on the motion of Crs. 3r?-dy and Pierce, that the motion be sup>:>rted. From Gay and Pickering, contrac tors for storage baser. Up:>er Macedon. asking ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Meito[?], Bulla, Ro[?] & Bac[?] M[?] Shire Council. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1915. THE ETHICS OF WAR [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

rCSLISH-ED ETHBT JBIIUT. ~t'i 1T3 S t PPLEITEST. FBI DAT. FEBRUARY 5, 1515. TEE ETEIC5 OF WAS T« Easue Conference, a: -xni2 EsilT sU the g^at nations nere rsp '—-nted, made at a::5:I1.-' l'°. The horrors cf w ojmtroaucing whV vr=r£ resliva series oi resolution^ of an ethics! tendency, but ins manner ;n -rr'-^h :be=5 resolutions na^e c==n '-.0~»d during the present ~ar sno.,s 7v^ V^l^ness of attempting _ to ^IJiorct, save by the application tne re:0i^t-O-s • . . , _ to~ns should net be comcaraea. nu-ins the t-resen: ~ar, »e nna mat •V: G= rmans have violate! tn:s rale oy sJr ana uzs. attacks. The violation oi •h= rsatrailtj Oi Belgium ~a= u> £ia2CS of another resolution, ye: !'rs« Tra= net a -era ot_ pro.e:. i-o_; the neutral Powers _vrhich were rep r~=n*ed at the Coherence. _ A grca. d^"ha5 v.en heard of America as tne ^reat no~er -hose innnence ^ou.a b* for n-eace ana vasticj;. - Am=:iean millionaire «no_ga>c of -.= -eat-ealth to erect a palace at the Ha^ fir the Conference, ...

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Corn as Fuel. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

Gorn as Fu»lj Some people seem to be. horrified "whea they hear oi corn being used for fuel. Now, if com is cheaper than coal, -what posssb'.s objeotioa can there be to using it for fuel? A Kansas farmer cau ge't thirtecu ceuts for a bushel of corn, Let Ms-ee, that is §B-."(0 for a ton. To gst that he may have to haul his com six of eight miles to market. If he buys co;il he will pay from $4 to f.fi a tou, and haul it the six or eight miles back home. The matter simply comes down to the ques tion of 3iow he can get the most effective fuel for a dollar. You could hardly ex pect a farmer to pay a bonus in order that he might bum coal If he could get the heat some other vray.@ Corn at $3.70 a ton is cheaper fuel than coal at $5 a ton, and, besides, it has in its favor the fact that the farmer has the corn at home. There is no more reason for a sentimen tal objection to burning corn than there is to burning wood.—[Chicago Tribune. EASILY OBTAINED. ! Count Von Ennione—Your enormously wea...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

LATEST NEWS. Tbe second Auscraliau contingent has landed in l%ypt. The voyage was perfect, and the condition of the horses good. The transports passed through the canal without seeing or hearing anything in the shape of fight ing, although a brush had occurred the previous day at Kamata. That the Shaw-Savill liner Toko maru was sunk oft' Havre by a torpedo from a German submarine has bee proved beyond doubt. Hand to hand fighting ocourred at Borjirnoff, on the J3zura, in Poland, on Friday and Saturday. An attaok by four German regiments resulted in the loss of four-fiftbs of the attacking force. Many prisoners were taken. Over forty of them had only a fort night's traintng. The crew of the Paraeval airship, who are to be tried by Russian court martial for mnrdi'r—dropping bomb< in the u>.fortified town of Libau—in olnde two men who bad been employed before the war as hair dressers at Libau, alf-o Lieutenant Schenk, a large land ownot in Russia, where he con ducted a lu...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Whelesome Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

Wbeiesom9 Vegetables. Ths following information may bs useful to some, ft not new to many. Spinach, has a direct effect upon ths kidneys; The common dandelion, used as greens, is excellent for the same trouble. Asparagus purges the blood. Celery acts admirably upon the nervous system, and is a cure for rheumatism and neural gia. Tomatoes act upon the liver. Beets and turnips are excellent appe tizers. Lettuce and cucumbers ere cooling in their effects upon the system. Onions, garlic, leeks, olives, and shal ots, all of which are similar, possess medi cinal virtues of a marked character, stimulating the circulatory system and the consequent increase of the saliva and the gastric juice, promoting diges tion. Red onions are an excellent diuretic; and the white ones are recommended to be eaten raw as a remedy for insom nia They are a tonic and nutritious, A soup made from onions is regarded by the French as an excellent restorative in debility of the digestive organs.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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FORCING THE TURK [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

FORCING TEE TUKK It vronld appear that the Turks aiu hudiuy themselves between "the devil and the dety sea," Forced into the war by Ger | many, they have already boon. ham mered unmercifully by the Russians 1 in the Caucasus, and there is a remark able lack of enthusiasm over the pro jected expedition to Egypt. - The fact ' that they are being used by Germany to create a diversion in favour of the j German forces in France and Belgium » is now becoming too apparent to be I ignored. Had the holy war come off, I the case might have been different; i. but the refusal of the Mahommedan t world to become the catspaw of Ger t many pricked that bubble. New il . appears, from telegrams from Constan 5 tinople, that a movement in favour oi peace being arranged as speedily as I possible Is gaining ground in Turkey i and that the Heir-Apparent is heading 3 tho movement. No doubt, if the a Meg vsaUy ciefiys ttieg ma? 4 ' ' obtain it, but they will have to pay the price, and they will find it dif...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Process of Mummifying. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

, Sroaaas of Mummifying: ^ Some of our readers mar be interest ed to know a Utile about tne process oi mummifying, Ths method of" embalm' ing is callcxl tho "Brunelli process," The circulatory system is cleansed by washing with . cold water, till it issues i quite clear from the body. This may occupy from two to five hours. Alcohol in injected, bo as to abstract as much water as possible, This occupies abouf a quarter of an hour. Ether is then in jjoted to absti-aot the fatty matter, Tliie ocoupies trorn one to ten hours, A Gtrong solution of tcnnin is thea inject ed. This ocoupies for imbibition from one to ten hours. The body is thea dried in a current of warm air, passed over heated chloride of calcium. Tuit may occupy from two to five hours. The body is then perfectly preserved aiid re. eists decay. The Italians exhibit speci mens whioh are as hard oa stone, retain the shape perfectly, and are equal to the best wax models. It will be observed in this process that those aubatance...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hay-Fever. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 February 1915

? • "what are the causes, naturo, P*®"j rantion and oure of hay-fever? WhAj nlaces are exempt from itf Wiflt ar^ r.he latest opinions of the medical pro-j ("ession respecting this disease f" | The most recent opinion ia that it is a neurosis, or an affection of tho nerves, a peculiar susceptibility of certain nerves, terminating in the mucous membrane, ',o irritation from the pollen of various 'lauts. It is only about seventy years since ifc a as first described under the name of summer catarrh. It prevails much more axtonsively in some countries than in J others, being twice as common in Bng I iaud as elsewhere, and much less com j rnon at the South and in Canada than 1 in our Northern States. It is a rare dis ease west of the Mississippi. Its sent is the mucous membrane of the nostrils, eves, pharynx, larynx and bronchial tubes. It sometimes assumes 11 n asthmatic form, and hence has been called hay-asthma. The susceptibility to it is often inherited. ^ Although it is caused by po...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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