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HOW WASHINGTON LOOKED. His Personal Appearance as De scribed by Ackerson in 1811. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

HOW WASHINGTON LOOKED. I His Personal Appearance as D& . acribed by Ackerson in 1811. Washington had a large thiok nose, and it was very red tliat day, giving me the impression that he was not so mode . rate . in the use of liquors: as he was j supposed to be. I found afterward ! that this was a peculiarity. His nose was apt to turn scarlet in a cold wind. He was standing nenr-a small camp-fire, evidently lost in-thought and making no effort to keep warm. He seemed six feet and a half in height, was as erect as an Indian, and did not for a moment relax.from a military attitude. Washington's exact height was six . feet ' two inches in his boots. . He was then a little lame from striking his knee against a tree. His eye was so gray thai .it looked almost white, and he had a troubled look on his colorlcss face. He had a piece of woollen tied around his throat and was quite hoarse. Per haps tl 10 throat trouble from which lie finally died had its origin about then.. Washington's...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Original Baseball. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

The Original Baseball. The original baseball was made with a core of rubber strips one ounce in weight, 'wrapped with yarn und covered. This was found too lively, and Eoa little sphe'e of mo'de.l rubber of the finest quality was substituted for a core. The trouble with a ball thus made was that it could not ut all bo depended upon for any given degree of elasticity. No two balls in a barrel would be ju-t alike in this respect, however carefully they were constructed, and eaoh particular ball varied from day to day, according as .the w eather was dry or damp. It was neeessa ■;,* to devise something bet ter, and the ideal thing was ;;t length invented, in io.5, by a person named ,Vh;! . _ • -ot a cent for his 3 i'.'-nte development of - article now in use ■ d i!har:K:Ve.nstic point ■ i ers, yjie msiue the oi. .c -ii ated by windings of yarn.—uPioiiyune. 3 THF.V DO NOT RPEAK NOW. 1 ' (I '"happie. draining his „•?! empty It doesn't t- •" —r 'nmi \o moke a quart oi cham » - iiy i returne...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

IMQHflitj'S Influenza Cure The UufailinpReme<^}Mj V lafiuonsa, OainrrSi, XBronohitis, end _ Weak Chest. S In esssa cflnflusnsa, It quioklr pVvf.nSj, fsdusss tho favs?,8id c 1|S3 tfcr; si Is also c3'5 cssa? a? DsbUily.RsaoaMiilcc c; ICS 0lJ2;t. if yoc 51-3 iui«iaa "--j P2-.MV.cns CiM, Iriu:ii;s, BreooSl ^* w.y t-,a?s{ ■sj-.'r,?-;?, Fi-osara s US ar<| gg, « .?« Si*.as s§4 Cfessfell. ,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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FICTION OUTDONE. Reade's Description of an English Village Swept Away by Flood. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

Stoftde'ft Description of an English • Village Swept Avray by Flood. > Charles Keade, fa ono of tho chapters «£ hi* novel, ( "Put Youraelf in His Place.'\givea a' graphicddsoriptionof the bursting of a ;dam situated above an Englishvillege, Tfrediamayand terror ef the villagers ae they eaw the immense ■heet of irater coming down toM-ard them found a parallel in the little Penn sylvania townvof Johnatown. -The great novelist •writes: '{ r . '•<■' . .. I ''Farmer Emden was standing at the door.of his.h.oujB.e,..8nd,in reply to Ban some, told him he had just come down from tho -_ reservoir.Hehad .seen, the drack and: believed it.to.be a mere,frost Ho apprehsnded no. danger and had sent hfi people to bed. * * By „ and by Raniome lookad up, andobserved a thin sheet of -water beginning to.stream over. the the centra of the embankment and jtriolde down; the quantity was nothing, bttt it alarmed him. He thought it wis better to give a faleo warnirigthaniwith bold a true one; h...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

SHIRE OF GISBQRNE Tendees. TENDERS, addressed to the Presi dent, and endorsed "Contract No [15," will be received up to 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, March 2nd, 1915, for works as underi—■ Contract 2/15.—Supplying 100 c yds of 2Ain, metal, Couangalt rd, „ 8/15.— Supplying 100 o yds of 2&in, metal, New Gisborne road. „ 4/15—Construction of drain through Mr Syme's property. „ 5/15. — Erection of wire fence, Blaokwood road (Ross Watt's). Plans and specifications may be in spected from the 16th inst,, at the Shire tiall, G-isborne. Cash deposit of 5 per oent to accom pany tenders. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By order, WM. J. HEALEY, Shire Secretary, ■Shire Office. Gisbtune, 10/2/16. SHIFiE OF QlSBQRNE APPLICATIONS are invited, and are returnable up to 13 o'olock noon, .on Tuesday, Maroh 2nd, 1815, as under Man, horse and dray, at 12/- per day 1 (to aot as ganger). Two labourers, at 7/- per day, Period of employment, one month on the various roads in the Macedon ri...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

rifle shooting. The first Blioot in tlie Aggregate and Spoon Competitions took place on the local range on Saturday last. The con ditions were 8 shots and 2 sighters at 200 yards' range, the possible being 40 points. The following were the scores •.— Off liifle. H'dc'p. ■ Total. W. JD. Benson 32 10 40 H. de Eegely 32 11 40 Baron de Fegely 25 14 39 F. Crow 24 14 38 D. Benson 36 — 36 W. Modea 28 7 35 T. White 28 6 33

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

f Tte Gmd Samaritan HEARNE'S ! EEOMCHITiS CORE The Grandest Remedy for COUGHS mi COLDS A doe© os* two is generally ®uf£icls»8 KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD bF aM CHEMISTS anel STORES ^cmcE, (G.M.V.C.) VETERINARY SUBGSON Will visit Giaborr-e regularly on SALE DAYS. All bind* of doBwstlonted aoitaa]/ atfctudod to. All taleqrnraa will reosl® pjosipi afctaatioa. Mr ix>0Ji0y 6o»y qt coa»aUod »s -.tcmu B«.dv Broa.' afcora e» Sal Days. 0-aatr»siag & "''V oi»lty. All. kinds pi ..iilmal-! attnndc-d to. i rSfilPi I AM© SO. WILL YOU BE I f§ iFf VQU-U§E TOS-SAM&-0;U |5 !«i st/srjpjpjsffi. 1i harvester. § f^barbr, m <5* islfit £$£,£& ti oftogr in buu: a savs noni?/ /*?r £v«y /w «w //v freight. i .* w?" tot carrying out Printing of Every Description. It is needless to enumerate the lines. Suffice it to say that everything with Printing on it V5 undertaken and the work is carried out with a conscientious endeavour to give satisfaction, full and complete. By ...

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COMMERCIAL. [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, ord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

'uSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Co miH on real th" is used in connection with these •ates. ami regulations it includes Papua, orcl Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTEltS. fc'or every i ounce or fraction t&ereoi. •'or delivijry within the Common- ^ wealth .. Y * in " "or delivery in. th-e British Em- ^ ^ or delivery in the Hebrides, Banks, and Torre* Iftlanda ..0 S >r delivery in otivor piace« .. .. U i LETTER CARDS. •n- delivery within tlu> Commou^edth: Single, Id. cacb ; reply, Id. oach hAlt. ,r delivery in t-U llrituh Empire (wt list oi placos uiidfcr "Letters ) s*in n-^elivery °io New Hebrides. Banks, and Torres Island* -Single, 2d. each. >r delivery in oth^r places ■ Single, ■2 id. each. POST CARDo. Postcards impressed with tin a. stamp, *nd R*ply or double o&rds, aoh half of ■ wtoioh ha* t>h« Id. otam^ mureas'xl uher-jou, may be transmittec lo places within the Commonwealth, and :o lb as a places, enumerated undoi 'Letters," to ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

LATEST NEWS. Following upon uneir greas viucory ove? the German army west of War saw, the Easglans have met with etjua,! army in the Carpathians. The Russians puraued the enemy for severel miles, oapturing 172 officers and up-. wards of 10,000 men, together with 18 guns and 22 machine guns. • The threat of the Germans to inter fere with neutral shipping conveying food stuffs to I he Allies has aroused intense indignation amongst'the Allied Powers. The Amerioan papers ridicule , the attempt of Germany, with its ships j sliut up in the Kiel Canal, talking of blockading Great Britain. The New York "Sun" states that while it is of the greatest, importance to America to hold aloof from the war, it will be her duty to notify Germany that any atti-mpt to interfere with American commerce, in any zone, will be resented with all her resources.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

A laster Baler SPEAKS OF THE WORTH OF Clements Tense: So ill his friends soarcely knew him and he went to the Melbourne Hospital. A friend recommended Clements Tonic, and that saved him This Idler has been recorded became of its great ernestness, and the way the writer, Mr. Holliday, expresses his sufferings and recovery. It shows what Clements Tonic can do. Mr. Holliday writes from his business address, 113 Madeline Street (Bakers Patent Peel Factory), Carlton, Melbourne, 19/5/11. CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., " I am glad to tell yon wbat Clement* Tonic did for me. A year ago I was so ill from bad liter and norrou«nes». I, blamed orerwork, end a ruib of orderi. To keep easterners supplied I worked a*y: and night, with the re«ult I got «o ill I could take no part in the bnsine«« except supervise. To give an idea bow ill and . changed I was, people who bad not seen me for months would pass and not know, me." I was for five months like this, gradually. getting worse. Good advice, and medicine ...

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TURKS DRIVEN BACK [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

TUIIKS DRIVEN BA.GK Thg attack by tbs Turks ofi the Sue» ws», I as mjyuc, Ui} nujjpoaea, an nHtur 01 uutpumist 1 hough ;tiiG lurks are within twenty- 1 uve miles of tlie Uanai, there does not ■ appear to be any news of the main way, which is, of courtse, much fur- J ther back, The small parties which came into contaot with our troous were easily repulsed. The latest re ports show that they are withdrawing their advanced troops. An attack in anything like force will be an ex tremely difficult undertaking. Though Turkish armies are ma-ssed at Jeru salem, Gaza, and other places, great * mountain chains and ravines, and, above all, a long stretch of waterless desert:, lie between them and the (Jaual. The heart of the Turks is . not in the fight, and it is very doubt-1 l'ul whether the heartbreaking succes- i sion of natural obstacles will ever be overcome, CONTRABAND GOODS Air Brietuug, the American citizen with a Gith a lieiman name, who purchased German steamer, the "Dacia," with the ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FMH. Barracoutta Blackfish (oscopt iiatkp taken from streams Softis* ' uorthwRrd from Sia Grsas Diriding Range) 'fl Bream 1 Bream, aiirar .. . Butter Ssb , i Catfish \f Crayfish—length ■ . Flathead J". Flounder ® 1 Qarfioh i " Grayling or Y&rra Hern*S ■ ' Luderiok 7. •• • • " S ' Mackorol .. .. ! ' Mullotfc Murray Gcd .. ... •• " Murray Parok Poroh ? * Perch, English .. • > : 1 Pike f « R«d Mullott " ] " Rock Cod j « Rough or Roughy B Salmon Trout ! 1 Salmon, California : ' Salmon, Ehiglish .. •• 2 11 Sand Mullet or iMdiwi 5 * Schn&ppar i Silver Fiah or Sflvor Per*3 ■ 11 Skipiaok , f Snook 1 Sole | « Stranger ! " Traraie : M 8 ' Trout of all kind, pet . m genous to Victoria .. • • Is ®rumpeter <• •• , 1 Whiting • : " ^hiting. Sand .. .. .. •• y Yellow Tail . •

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

CLUst StASuns FOR GAto, Revised by J. M. Semmen3 r. Bpector or J< laheries and a, J ^ April, 1913:— Uli®6 THE V, { jLE year AH Austialiau fauna, tion of snakes, in th0 nation i*5' and public guidons acanthi? w m?1*' *TLUPlno> or Babblers bears (seo bee eaters bitterns, bronze* ^ other wild pigeons, bustfriT turkey. w, CJalifornian quail, caterp'l]ar chats (see eputinnnunu) biids. cockatoos rblackV' ^ birds known us era ties surff*'! • egrets, etc. (except tlie *"!*: p-nion or Australian craiie) '• cuckoo-shrikes. curlews hJ' c:;' stone plover, etc.) Deer, doves, Java turtle-do— Echidnas or porcupine' "r* egrets, seo cranes, etc.; emir amiras or chats. ' 1 Jfantails. (ly-catohera, frocm-• i idargus and ruopokea ^ Graueulus all'mambtr, j Herons, see cranes. a Ibis. Java turtle doTo. Kangaroos, black-faced or y. macrcpus melanops; kanga;M s ^rey, macropus gigautyis. .u'i-, large red, macropus rufus; bZ all Lcm<ls. including the great Id'h or laughing jackals. w...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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USES FOR SODA [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 February 1915

USES FOR SODAV Wash hairbrushes in strong tepid soda water, then rinse well in cleat, cold water, and place ill the air oui of sunlight to dry. Adda speck of soda when CookiBg beans or any vegetable which Beemo tough, and the cooking process t& quickened. Rub a bit of soda over meat oc poultry that seems overripe, and. wash in cold water. A little soda will counteract the acidity of sour fruits aa they are cooking, and less sugar will be re* quired to sweeten them. Use a speck of soda with the stow ed tomato when making a mock uisque soup. For cleaning paint before repaint ing, use two ounces of soda to one quart of cold water. Afterward rinse off with clear, cold water, In using soda with cream of tartar, allow one teaspoonful of soda to two rounding teaspoonfuls of cream of tarter for each quart of flour. To counteract the acidity of mol asses, allow one teaspoonful of soda to one cupful of molasses. Soda should be oulverised and care fully measured whenever it is u&am...

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