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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

, — TOOLERN VALE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. | Still another change in Toolern | Vale. Mr Ennis has let his farm for a period of three years to Mr Hoadley jun., son of Mr A. Hoadley, of jam fame Mr Ennis and his family will be very much missed in the district, as they wcro always to the fore in helping I on any movement for its advancement. ! Mr Ennis was organist at the Presby j terian Church sinoo the inception of j its services by Rev. D. G. Baillie some years ago Miss Hunter, who has been sewing | mistress at the Toolern Vale school, is resigning on Friday, owing to her approaching marriage The Toolern Vale Gun Club held a meeting on Friday last, when the treasurer reported a credit balance of .£27. This was considered very satis factory, and the club has decided to give two trophies (£3/8/- and £2/2/ respectivelyj for competition, the first shoot taking place on Saturday nest, i —

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL RATES AND RE[?]ION (Where the [?] [?] [?] weaith" iS used in [?] [?] th[?] rates and [?] [?] Papua Lord [?] [?] Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

\.c>TfAL RATES PiHD r»oS*" (Wh-tro tin.' ibrui : w«aith" is in eui.r. < i... ;ii fit-. r^tc* re,.1 f^ .. I<*>nl L''• ri toy fv>'\- > t : ;ll4'-" Kor .vu-,iu the v , 'or di*liv*r> if- u-'- Bniitn .•..n- ^ oire ... .... ■ft df-.riv w* n. Ho.ir.;!•>-, Aiii; 1 i S .li ^ ■ i r: - --tn.- * -■ u:. .iii - . f -wit-i.-, 1 <i. — " !a ' nr'" d'.'Uvciv ;' '■ ' '• 1 ■: - - ; : r4'" • i.M oi i:11 -: - > -v ■'io. it!, o.: )1j .,r tlol-vwy 'V ^ i: b: .;h-?. mi.! 'I'vinxJ. LsUs»l> ,..ca'v' .11" delivery t:i -'th*: ;••' ■ Suigk .'^d. e-'.cn rus! '.'ai : •• .-ungic I'osic---' > i'lij-.oHst-.; »it-li c.U'-luu, ici'I •■.'■p', '-loublo cartu ,;>oh kult* of .•luoi# l»a- *!««•. W. sta.iii] :'r-' ;o piaovj .iiU.ii. tb<- Co) I'nouwwjlth. *m H> xhois p'.av«», unoo •Jjeiwr*,' ro it hirli nuiy vran»iiMtCi>d .-t tftf run <« _^1<1. per i<« Hicstr <;a,rda ni&y aito b' K>rwaidr>d...

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PERSONAL & OTHERWISE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

j PERSONAL & OTHERWISE-] «—— , • Lieutenant Dunn, husband of Miss' Julia Hamilton, u£ "Eldorslie," New I Git-borne, is being inoculated for typhoid and tetanus before returning to the front. Mr Nash, a nephew of Mrs John Hannan, has gone to the 'war. A letter has been received in Gis borne from Private Norman Macauley, who is serving i" Egypt. He is en joying the novel surr- undings. The threatened libel action. Cr Buckley v Mr A. F. Daniel, late secre tary of the Bulla Shire Council, is over, Mr Daniel having apologised for the words whicb were the cause of the action. Mr A. T. Cook writes, in another column, thai the aceou >ts of the shire [ were fully and satisfactorily audited to 30th September last. Mr Barnes, the newly-appointed secretary of the Bulla Shire Council, reported that he had great arrears of work to overtake : lie had to deal with no loas than 125 letters. Mr A. F. Boardman, the proprietor of the Sunbury "News," when playing tennis, bad the misfortune to...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

CLUSfc StA&uNS FOR GAME,^^ Revised by J. M. Souuuenj, q epeulor of Fisheries and Gum,, , April, lOio: — JS W THE \VT -'IjE YEAR, AJl Au.stiahai; launa, n;th tL fcion ot snakoM, in the Juiti'ma| *\H' and public gardens acautiuzae nr"1-)1 ant-catprs, porcupine, or cchidn^ BabbiLT.s. bears (sea native ; beo oncers, bitterns, bronzt-wiujrpi55"-! other wild pigyous, buturd or - turkey. **'' California:. quail, caterpillar • J clmts (sw _ vp:!tbianui-a->, otach T bisds. cockatoos (black;, eraa.-« birds known as crane?, .-uch a«Ve ."v'; egrets, etc. (cxeopt the Native*1?; p. iiuui or Australian crane) nirV^' cuckoo-^iinkfs, curWs (sea Mttfci styiiv piovur, etc.) Deer, i.ovcs, Java turtle; doves Echidnas or porcupine, aut-iat--*' egrets, see cranes, etc.; emus 6"dU^ anuras or chats. ' iM~; i'untaiis. Ity-eatchera, frojaouii J .•'iiirgus and mopukea. *! Grniicaiua iauid^, all nwmbera 0} 5 Herons, cranes. Ibis. ; Java turtle dovo. Kangaroos, black-faced or ifilja in a crop us muian...

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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. Barracoutta < a Blaokfish (except bb.ciiWi takun froia Btrearas flowing northward from th/5 Gr?-aa DiyiAing Rango) i 9 Bream ,, .. i i Bream. .iih©r 3 « Butter S.oh 4 n : Out fish ... I » Or ay fink—laiutih .. ... . > < > >!13; Flathead •. .. Flounder ., ? n, Garfish 1 ni Grayling o? Ysrrs Harris^ 9 u1 Ling 8 ii e Ludorick .. . • 0 h i Mackorol .. But M ullatt .. .. t « Murray Cod .. U" Murray Poirsa I* Porch .. .. . • * Perch, Bnfdiahi .. ,, .. ...: 4 Pik© 8 R*>d Mullett ^ Rock Ood ..i. i Rough or Roughy | » Salmon Trout •> « «: Salmon, California .. .. = • | f • Salmon, English ® ^ Sfcnd Mullet or JPoddir? • ? 8 ti Schnapgor 18 nf Silver jp'tah or Silts? Pstrch i n; Skipjack • u Snook ... •: .. 4 u Sols ., ., ,, .. » ( i. Stranger .. .; . .. t • .. | n IVftVaff) 8 < IVoufc of nil kind, net is$» 6 gaaoua fco ¥iot-o?js .: ♦< f < gruaipeier - ■. > .• .•« ? 11: Waiting' • * ,J Whitinff. Hw...

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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 February 1915

BKAYBROOK COUNCIL. The Council met on Monday, 8th inst. All councillors were in atten dance with the exception of Crs. Derham and Missen. Business was disposed of expeditiously. The Public Works department is to be informed that the Council would take no further responsibility for the upkeep of the Exford Bridge, as it was outside shire boundary. The Secretary reported that the main casting on the crusher had bro ken. It was estimated the cost of a new casting would be £50 or £60. Councillors had alleged that too big metal had been fed into the machine, but theo secretary said it was a small coroy stone that had done the dam age. He pointed out that even in its first year's operations the crusher had paid handsomely. Work for the Main Roads Board to the amount of £1150, returning them 15 per cent, on that total, had been carried out, besides their own work. The overdraft of the Council stands at £2008. The Council took no seri ous view of the position. The year's revenue had not sta...

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

CLOSt StAbunS FOR GArtlE, &e. Revised by .J. Ai. SeinmerLS, Cliiaf In spector of i jsiii.-rit.-j! and G: £U<; on SWJ April, IU13:-- . itili \Yf „L£ YEAR. All Aiu.tiuiiaa faun:;, with the cxcop- | fcion oi jjuakc-o, in tho national parks j iiud public gardens acniithinao or tita. ! ant-eaters, porcupine, or ec/udnas. JBabbiers, bear.-* (yee nativ..' bwirs). bet. eaters, bitU-rus, broiize-vvingcd am; other wild pigion.s, bustard or wild turkey. L'lititornian quail. caterp.'lkir-ca ichors cl!:Ui (s-je cpataiaiiuru.-.j. c:;a.CU-\vhip bmls. cockatoos (biuuk), or .ait a, al! bir<i> known as .such as hori-ns, egrets, etc. (vxcepi. fciie Native ctmi p .11 ion .or Australian. crane), cuckoos j cuckoo-sin* i k>•», curlews (»c-o soufchcri. sum.' plover, etc.) Door, '!oves, .Java turtjo; doves, wild. Eeiudans or porcupine, gut-eaters, ognas. sec) cranes, etc.; araus, ophiiii aunrai or cunts. i';i;. t:1 iis. ily-catehors, frogiaouth os ;> ■ i.'i'gu.i and mo...

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[?] RATES AND [?] LETTERS. [Where the term [?] [?] [?] is used in [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] [?] and Norfolk Island [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

i. \Y her-'' tin; i.'i.;. "'I i.< i is tisC'i t!i i> •; i 11 <i::,.' v::.; ij;». lalio!..- ,ac.u:..-> ipa;' • 'if! Uo.vc- Uianj, ami Snii'jlk id la.-id f'.i- y J V > 11 : O!' W>"w.. •'or i-ry w.'.Ui: ii;«* ••v«-.a!th ^ * or Uv*i;.>T\ ii. tin* '.'rifcti :0m £>![>•. .... 0 i >'#•••• ir, ami i ..0 '3 <j"j5 ffj-. I i:* 0 'lh Liti'iKu d'.'!:v<»rv •. i!>V t„-.-ji;t:;oii-.TO#!th . id. i■.»■ j, , !■!. each half, dcilvi• :-.t i'.r.iisK KlujiifO (»0< ■ -.I ■ •>>;; : '' i *:"> '') —i-i-i ii ;V. ■ r (is.'i: v •■! y iiaubi i, i i.ii; l' -ocli. ■ ! 'I-..*i:•. lit;.'-; ;j !.<•!■.-, -• i'US:' \ H ('..stcarOi, v.-i:h Uh .a. aii/I or di'.iblo twij, i'h ..-J ■■■ >:i- L ;^)b Int.- Id. st-.IM}'. i.jirc-ts: •; U'i-.'! •:o; , !n:ij- i><' .» piii.-' o.-v.e. :tii, a.".( o jfi:)<•(:!•, ciKiiticrtUt d J x 'Wi .liiic.h U'tlciv. :!•«;>" b. • ini .'i- !'•.»; Jiito c.i id. j;or iiif...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

DRESSMAKING 5' I i'MJ'.STOV, ' VwliMiiriv, :h;l;S ! T 5 .V'll.Mir.CH to 1.1:0 Rl'ridt'Ilt.S of (rl4 1 >UN l£ :'.nd ,-U • R I1 N! 11 'i dl •TIUGC iiuil :-l"; h:n ST A liTBD ULTslN-'-SS in ill'JGr" '''s K10>T-, ani would hi: '^lu'1 ut iUeir tiati-oiia'*«-.. Ciutrsres Mu-lorate, GOLDEN FLBBOB Wt£U — IV1 b. L ; O i'-v • j U N I) K K N K W MAN AU K :>! KN V. MR r1'.\V, OI.AKIv .•uitiouiH'.'.'H lo 1 lu; imilic of Mcltmi :unl tirj jnnoiiniJiii^ li3tric(s, that, having taken the Golden fleece Hutel, is prop.w'ud lOc.f.er l\• r liuui- ■ tvantu in a lira •chu-s mannc:, . .il hojic?, by civility aud lU-.ntion, lo merit a Hhiiro of their j.ai.wiuge. Best of Wum.'s, Spirits etc , Uc|»t. CABS m :cl ui! 'I rail!. <!t«»-! »»t! I. !:.,v •=. Aci.'OilJiSil .1 .! I 11 I'm V.: W.Mui'nl 'i'-inlf. ffif W L. jiLViP, il.iy be cousi ulu.<l UA1JLA at l-;uer.hu# Mariih, tu.titl iiramiiii.'.i wl H ; i i i< Y i A! :••;>.!!! I-H.-NV -niKlsr u.m t., i i>!'i ; :-i {I ...

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LITTLE BY LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

LITTLE BY L1TTU:. Tho c»r.Ht-:vnt drop of v.';itrr Wears away tliy h:'.nl(;st stony,, Tho oias'.anL gu.iw of Tows^r M.'ititioaUifi ;'ic touiibc.it. bono, Tho. eoastunt cooing lovi-r off tho hUir>l>in!> maid And the •.vsn-tiini. lulv-.TtiHur 1m i,!iii .-mo will) jwil.H f,li<!

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

mr. Charles RocE^s of 42 Qladen-st., uast ESB-ursswick, who for 33 years has fIJiied an i mi porta cut position in ths l&leSbourne Tramway arad O.B. Company, writes this Better, which other officials can confirm, to /f1! ]pl\Jf IP] ifi „rj|f|jH \ This is a Document of special interest | to a35 railway and tramway men. I 42 Bladen Street, East Brunswick, 2/4/12. ^.?,ERfiSMTS TC2NBC WP.F "It was the end of Dacernfoor, 1011 f that I caught odd and was laid up with piourisy, which became very sorioue. Tlio doctor thought it atiuissbSo to consult with another physician regarding1 iv.-j ilinoss. For three days MY TEMPERATURE WAS 104 DEGREES. ?/!Y L:FE WAS DESPAIRED OF, B'JT IT WAS THROUGH TAKING TciS DOCTOR'S ADV«CE THAT 1 AM IPJ THE LANB OF THE LIVING TO-DAY. iio advised my wife to got CLEMENTS TOiHC FOR KE. "THERE WAS Lil'E !U that tfSD'.OitUZ.' I am oommicod that whan ho said, 'Life i:: Ciair.Giiis Tonic,' thay wore THE TRUEST V/GHD3 He EVER UTTERED. I a;ti euro that I would ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

ClcPHHiL BgUS. and GO. bTOCrK aGc-i^J i fi> <& PUKc STOCK. aALtSiVitN. | 868 BOUEKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone—1SJ23 HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS-.— at Cattle .. Newmarket. Wedn Piga ... Corporation Yards, Wedne. . aud hura^ ! Dairy and "Store Cattle .. Corporation Yards. Fridays I Clea/ririQ Sales Conducted in all parts or the Slate. irj and store Cattle, tur Sale Privately, also btud tigs and Cattle. Properties for dale and To Let, Correspondence Invited. Monthly Co tin cry Markets at BACCHUS jUAKoU—fOUiUil AlOiN 1>a Y MKLTOa ... FiKoi' EjaXUKDaY BOM8EY ... .. i'JtUKu AlLUNDAY Cr*i^uJ;uni ami oiijaale. wrwsfc?---.'-.--..-.. ■ — CHOb jb. WliilK, U fc IM T I o i, MARTIH & fLEASANCE'rf BUILD1NU Collins street, Melbourne 10—5. consulted a t — MISS lHUSSEY'S, Aitken Street, GISJBORNii. FOUETH SATURDAY OF THE MONTH (Sale Day) Painless Dentistry. mi. h. w.Ip gruchy, DEN'L'IS T> (Late of 161;jCollins street) having disposed of his Cityjpractice, has re-commeneed...

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[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

sli you went to 1.1)e aff. photo* 'itiipher's to pet your picture taken. Ucnv did it com;; oulT "Badly, It iookr. so much like mi.1 ewyborly says it's liitleous."-—Thn Kpoch. ,-3 as UKftfcUABU3 WtTKBSS. .ludge -Are you guilty or not guilty 2 Prisoner--Not guilty. Judge. (to v/itnesM -How much vim the stole,-; watch worth ? Witness—Your Honor, it was worth 1 .-»o. Prisoner (taking the watch from his pocket]—That shows that, he can't be be lieved. Do you think, that, watch is worth $100?—[.Jewelers' Weekly. A MAN' OF M15ANS. Mrs. Stuokup—Is this Mr. Slimpurse on have engaged yourself to a man of means ? Sensible Daughter—Yes, mother. He means all he says, and that's the sort of o husband 1 want.—[Now lrork Weekly. XT A'TECTED THEM DIFFERENTIA', "I'm od I) strike, unci I need bread," EP.id n ctirpouter to a baker. © "ThntV odd," replied thn baker, "'VVbci.n L!w cm a strike I neve? knuftd bvnr-iJi''

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, Metton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. NEUTRAL TRADE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

PUBLISHED EVEllif FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. *" The. Gisbome Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the. .Gisbome, Mellon, Bulla, Komaey, & Bacchus Marsh ti/ure VQunciln FRIDAY', FEBE.UA 11Y 26, 11)15. jSEUXEAL TKADE . Whatever differences .there may | have ueen between Great, Britain and Anierrca as to the right of searcn may be said to he adjusted, or at least to be in a fair way of being aettied, and German diplomacy, wmcn was exerted lo the utmost to Ian the liaine oi! discord between the two uaLions, has tailed utterly. The trouble was not auoui, uirect contra uanu, but witu conditional contra band, such as looitstuus, which was uuing snipped from America via tne neutral r owers, lor Germany. li was a nice question ox international law whether wheat consigned to pri vate citizens in Germany could be regarded as contraband; but Ger many ooligiugly came to the relief oi tne Allies by 'naiun^; a State ques tion of the wheat supply. After uus there was no difficulty in treat ing...

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An Educated Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

Ad Educated Bull, eV5 General Daniel Macauley tells some racy stories about bis lifu at Greytown, where he has been general trnllic mana ger fur the ^Nicaragua Canal Company. One relates to an "educated, bull." Greytown has one long street running through it, and scarcely any others, so I hat everything that goes on iti 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 center of the town. The beef cattle are brought in from ranches one, two or three miles away. Sometimes vaqueros bring- them iu. A ropo is lied to the animal's horns and another to his tail. A vaquero will ride in front holding one rope, and another vaijuero behind hold ing the other.'."^Tliis makes a sort of procession, and as the animals are all wild and mostly ugly ami inclined to make trouble there is no end of l'uu iu watching this procession go down the street.. But the greatest spectacle is w...

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WATER TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

WATER TROUBLES. As trill be seen by a report in another ( ovii'i!)'-. ur vi>' -• <-lue to ; t'.o ' ,, ./ ... " ■ '• BOiic.ary r •' a rust in culling ■ .f uiiiei' supply for an alleged ou^.^e, which be made no at tempt to prove, has been settled by the | members of the Trust getting the water j turned on again. This is satisfactory, j though it would have been better if we had not been left nine days, as we were, without water. The secretary told tho membors of the Trust that he took action on a resolution of the Trust, which em- j powered him to cut off the water supply of any ratepayer who would not get a meter when asked to do so. As we showed the Trust, we applied for a meter . ; and forwarded a cheque, thus complying ! with the resolution; but the secretary, j i without giving any reason, good or bad, j 1 returned our cheque and cut off the I water. When he was asked by Cr Pierce j how many notices had he sent out to put j on meters, he said -10, but only 20 or 22 ...

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AMUSING WAR STORY. How a Pursued Federal Made a Balky Mule Quicken His Pace. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

AMCTSTNG WAR STOSX-. How a Pursued Federal Jhncle a Balky Mule G,uicken Eis Pace. I Several veti'ians of the civil were tell . ing of their expei'icnces at Uondout, N. j Y. One related the loilowi»g amusing I iucident; "Our regiment was in camp at Har ! per's Ferry, and one day a comrade and 1 secured permission to ])ay a visit to a farmhouse some distance away, where we knew there was poultry. We rode horses and had some money in our pock ets to purchase what chickens; and tur keys we desired, for 011 this occasion we had made up our minds to forego forag ing, but later on circumstances arose that quickly made us forget our good resolu tion. A short distance from the larm house was a grass lield 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 ran the whole front of the quaint farmhouse. I told him we had come to bartef for some chickens and turkeys. This proposition seemed to lire his So...

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LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD. SITTING AT GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

LICENCES REDUCTION BOARD « SITTING AT (tISBOFMSTE. A sitting of tbe above Board was held at Gi&borne on Wednesday List to consider the question of delicensin^ of oertain hotels in the Gi.sbome i district. The members of the Board present were Messrs Jas Lock (chair man), Robert Barr, and Thos. F. Camming. The secretary, Mr W. H. Banks, was also present. Supeti-n lendcnfc Nolan appeared for the police Major Mclnerney represented Mr and Miss Brady, owners of the "Victorian Hotel, and Mr Lewers, of Messrs Westerly and Walker, represented Mrs Morand, the owner ;of the Gaythorne Hotel, Constable Kettle gave evidence as to the accommodation in the hotels, both of which were well conducted. A ; boardinghouse might give the accorao- | dation now offered by one of the : hotels. | I be Superintendent to th^ Chair- j mau) : 1 did not put the Telegraph on j the list, it is so very much superior to the other hotels at Gisborue Constable Kettle continued that the (Jaythorne Hotel was very...

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THE BUCKJUMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

THE BUCKJIMPEB. J From the Sydney Daily Tclegrape.. .Now that the death-knell of the ho rse, as a meaiii of land travelling appears to have been iinally sounded by the advent of the motor car it Bright be interesting jllst now ro" call that picturesque figure of the old days in Australia—the buck jumper and his rider, both of which are now practically e.vtinet. Horse and rider a ..- ..f if) small import aix-e in those diivs i ii y lent a spice of thrill to '.he comparatively dull life of the buoh, and held out a way by which the young- transplanted Briton lnigiit give vent to l;is i.-utural craving to dare and ex'-el the age at' which a horse felt his .lirst saddle often rested with the mere caprice of the owner, or the nature of the season, or even tho immediate state of the weather at any given time, 'the breaking-ill pro cess is a considerable strain upon tho constitution of a horse, especially if he is of a wild, refractory nature. Consequently owners preferred that the grays be...

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