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JUNCTION HOTEL. MONEGETTA [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

JUNCTION HOTEL, MONEGETTA The Court thon considered the case of the Junctiou Hotel, Monegetta. Constable Gerrick sworn, presented/ the statement, { The following gave evidence to the effect that the hotel well conducted and, from its position, was a great public convenience : —Messrs Michae 1 Honan, Iinjiis, Jolm Iluox, Pete r P>mdy, J. Mnssen, Win. Mradj*. J.P , iSti'warfe, Thoi. Slcehan, Kennedy. "E (i:irdin-.'r and John Williams. Tlie chso cliKed mth ihe examination of th e lessee, John O'Connor, The decisio Q will be made known later on.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

BARGAIN DISPLAY AT X £3- JB Jr^- IS- jb>-. SENSA.TIONAL ! B.EMABKA RLE! ENFO! OB;!;! BARGAIN TABLES with Oddments and Garments ot' all kinds. Box of 6d Hats and lino of Gent's Collars, 4d. each.—All at Sacri fice Prices. Lauiks' Fashionable Blouses, Cos tumes, UNDERCLOTHING, etc. Come Early get the Birguins Children's Cambric Overalls, Dresses, etc. .-'mart LiADIISS' & CHILDREN S trimmed ] and Untrimmed Millinery. Also i Umurellas- Must Clear Great Slaughter—Table Cloths, Lace Curtains, Art Satins, Towels, &e Boys' Galatea Hats, Men's do shirts, Sox, Collars, Tiiio, llanikeiehieis 4 Of all «h<» district room: a'>oiH, It stands right in t-ho nnd-fle Of Maeeduu and Bullengaro»k, And Toolern Vale and Riddell. In Suminor, Autumn, Winter, Hprinf: There's Bargains by the Scoiijc. It's known For miles :>nd mi In.- aruoud- - luiss Earnest's Busy Store. J. ORGH E JEW1SLL KU AND OPTICIAN', - 22 NORTH ROAD, - BKIGkTON Visits GISBOKNU KVHUY SALIC DAY, und may...

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

THE RELIABLE PHAkMACY. j, f. damyonT CHEMIST - OPTICIAN, ji Recobded by Dental Board of Victoria WOODEND. aZ.,U0^sd^8ri'' QUALITY 18 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature ot Dispensing, -Jand spare no trouble nor expanse in this mo3t 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 Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders bt Return Maii/, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth JgfeBank of HustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY tu* Blink is open for nil classes of QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perch, Hobirt, Rrisbmo, Roclchiinpton, Townsville, and Loc^m. Ctable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bill* negotiated or forwarded for...

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

IRONCHrtlS CURE f:"j3 Vfr% fp f p§j piS in % i§i I m pf Ike israadssl: ilsssedv for ^ e;r:: ilk el ^.J^lk §eJ M MM '-J.^ %?£:« L' ^t" A d©353 ere1 fci-V'Xs |g gss?.e?giSly s^ffsclsss KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE SOLD fe<? gill CHEMISTS gassS STORED SvO J iG&:. ME II. M7LOC)Mei( ■Q.27.V. C.j VETsvIMi?AJ1Y ST^QSC'S T7!I! Tioii Oii^-w.o rogiifnrl? on !3/ltiS V 'r.Y", A.]'S:i.iCK cnn-iui;sK';if to. All is>f ■ rf 15 rer.ei'? jf?<is»pK. Mr l.ii-uiaj wpv ft ejasoltaj at 8.5«.«/v; «t tin; Div-;. OvsVTttSir.v; a r'.^.-c'&Ky. A*S VMs <. &igsv)s&n siU-.-iiitA (-"•. if(?f kl J?*# t? J1VT«?. ?E»r; n. (=3 &. e? r& £? j vr. iit-?- ^ «* \ ^/T/w»r /-VV/C^r V.--? 0 - tfir&jp.wz | &wj'$i 'If ] ^ iSJSHIP^ ' § ^ &w&&st . opiul-r ttt quiji & samc kg. *£>' % mo'f orar tk cost but m | wkif 1 tfi § | ti .4£ fk<£m,-€-€* /' 5" || I ^ 5* UK i fife 5$&£s e?fcwt8...

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[?] [?] [?] CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

t.oUUluSJb 1-J.O 0^ UA.i.i Llii!" JlAliJ'. 1VI. Beetjjood-i onditioued stores, 21s to 62; ilips, lis to 14a; suckers, 5a to 10a. porkers, heavy weights, 3ti8 to 40a; prima jervicoable weiguts, 33a to 32a ; iigut, 27a *jO 30b ; baoonera, pnuio, oOa to o8a ; extra jUh to 64a; ii^ui, 3ba upwaitls Back uitteru, extra prirno Heavy iato, 1'3 10= l-i £4 IBs; uuik jjiiiuo juu v.£3 lu *4 J loUglla, irulli 3<Ja. — lutiiti (''""t-i \t 11 twvta lnrt to Jprmgera : is eat, tal lus to sfcs lu couple, £\) 106 ; guoa (lu,, .L.0 10s to L,i oa ; others, Li j IJcilCio, Li M Lu 6a; low. CuuiU. Iuj Villiu utntio, i-./ iUbJ oLiiera, Lo oa ijS iod, i? *4t uj«vo, aju to Li J guua uo., gouu i:o., J-4 jluo ly l<u lus j ulueia, dUa up,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

COMMERCIAL * fcMELBOUKHE LIVE STOCK MAEKET. Tueflday I x .Fax Sheep, — Quotations : — tnme roBBbred wethers, 17a Od co 18s Odj good to 16b 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14a )d to 15a a j j feoou do., 12a tia co 13a 6d ; jrime rnciiuu .tcDUuis, loa Du m 17s >0d ; good do., 13a tiu iu 15a Ua. Fat Lambs—fume sold at from .14s Od O 16b U-J ; tivra, J0o Ua ou iija Od; good, Ua irfo ju. .Wednesday t-AX Uattle—'24G0 yarded Prune bul Owi^. aOi<i (*w £1.1 Od to £l£ 10s Oa j vX'.ruUo., £13 lua co £15 Oa Ud ; good do, XO Ivu to £lv Us ; Buuuud uuu ii^umr uo, 7 Ub lO JjS Uu i pnille pella ui cows, £7 « b fcu £9 2a; yooa do, £1) lus to £7 5» %'a.T Calves—6G0 penned Prime steers •iiu aeiiera, Jt4 1U» lu Jt5 15a Ud; juriuie lauves, 45a Lu 55a j oust auiail oalvea, 20s tu

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LOCAL OPTION [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

luuaIi upnoiN Though iLiu Liceuots KiiUueciuu uuuia umj uc caulluUeu . f ui J.U.O, lu m,._y uul, .li ter that year, be the exclusive agency for reducing the number of licensed houses. The board has only been able to operate in slightly moro than half the licensing district* in \ ictoria, as the other half has not more than the statutory number of hotels. After next year, however, local option will coiuo in, and a j district may vote for a reduction of licenses, for continuance of the existing number, or for no-liconsa. Curiously enough, thore is no provi sion for increasing the number of hotels, however greatly a, district may be understocked. At Wontliaggi last year tt poll was taken, and authority was obtained for the issue of 15 new licenses, some five or six of which have been actually issued. J Should a new Wonthaggi spring up sifter iyi6, it will have to bo a "dry" town -gave for what "mois ture" can be supplied by clubg—aajd in Wonthaggi the "clube" were very numerous, if not...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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WAR NEWS. The War in the East. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

Jlgr' ' ' *f WAR NEWS. • The War •« M i"4' cd31' Another Russian vic tory is reported from the Ca.rpataiaiis. 'iuu tioriaans broitoUt up Home oi tneir oest troops to iorce a pass in uaiieia leading to tne plains oi Hungary, 'bat they were repulsed with Heavy Joss, though at one point, tne Kuboiaus aduut, the enemy pierced tne line and forced the Rus sians buck. Tiie battle was fought auriag a, storm, -and the snow k-ered slopes were Jittered wim covered biuj.-'wo .. — oead aud nounded. A -Fetrograd coiii iii luiiy uy LcJ.11?s nave c-a^iurea aa udcliuoimi 2o -«-U that the Kus t-i&us nave >-<>!' oiiiceis aud louu wen, with several guns, in tho Dukla., impkow, and Lszolc passes. Tne liussians have tsZOK auutt so won along 'the Carpathians tnat ii they succeed in holding men own, as they appear to be doing, tllfcy' shoula be in a position to pour down on the plains oi Hungary in ,the spring- At *, 110 dout>t' the Kiiowieuge oi this that is causing tne Germans...

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The Gisborne Mechanics'. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

The G-isborne ^Mechanics'. There was quite a largo gathering at the meeting of the \ ictoria League in the Mechanics' Hall, at 4 p.m. Lady Stanley, as president, occupied the chair, and a brief in troductory address was given byth= vice-president (Dr. Anderson). The minutes of the previous meeting were read by the boil. sec., .Madam? de i-'egely, as was the balance-sheet, showing a balance of =t5 5s. -Id., which had been expended in the pur chase of pictures for the schools. The fourth annual report was also read and adopted, or. the motion ot. Lady .Stanley and Dr. Anderson. The retiring oilicers were re-elected ior the year. The Her. H. F. Miller moved a vote of thanks to Lady Stanley for presiding. He said the women of the land were giving up their ease and pleasure for the sake of their country, and Lady Stanley was set ting a good example in coming from Macedon during her holidaj-s. Mr. Lanyon seconded the motion which was carried with acclamation Lady Stanley said no thanks we...

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

THE VICTORIA LEAGUE. Visit of Lady Stanley to Gisborn; On Friday last Lady Stanley, ttsj president of Llie Mt. Macedon branch f of the Victoria League, visited. Gis-|" borne, where the annual meeting held, at 4 p.m. In the early( part oi | the day Lady Stanley visited tfe|f tliree schools of the district. 'Sluf lirst, accompanied by Madame aa[," Fegely, the hon. secretary, called at the 2s'ew Gisborne State school. | ; They were welcomed by the head I;' teacher (Mr. Ellis), the school chil-f dren singing the National Anthem, After (inspecting some of the vork | , done by the children, in which Lad:! Stanley seemed to take a kindly in- {-: cerest, a bunch of flowers was pre-; v sented to her Excellency by Miss .May Ellis and Miss Thelrna Pearce,; on behalf of the scholars. The short i • time at her Excellency's disposal ■; brought to a close a red letter day' in. the lives of the school children The Gisborne State school, under ■ the care of Mr. Lanyon, was next visited. The school w...

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

PRINTING- of all Kinds aud Color? s-.t the G-asj;ttk Qi'icc,

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GARDEN PARTY AT MACEDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

GARDEN PARTY AT HACEi'O.V. In the early part- of the v,v,;i; a largely-attended garden party given at Government Cottage, rpp<n' Macedon, to welcome Sir Reginald and__ Lady Helen M Unro-Kergu^ou 'I lie weather was exceedingly ho', and tlie reception was held en r'H1 east side of the building, where t"° carpets were laid along iho foot palh. 'I'lie ladies present were most ly in light colours. Amongst those present were Dr. and "Mrs. Paly, Rev. B. G. Tiaillie, B.A., and Dr. Mabel Baillie, Rev. .1. Miller and Airs. Mil ler, Mr. ami Mrs. T. R. Ross-Watt and Miss Murray Ives (Eldoralie)< Mrs. Hodges, Dr. and Mrs. An<ipr* son. Madame Pinchoff and her uiai-> ried daughter were also present. The latter has just returned fro© Munich, where she had a trying tiws.

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STATE NURSERY HOTEL, MACEDON [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

STATE NURSERY HOTEL, MACEDON" Mr }Hurry, of Kyneton, for owner, Florence -Nicholls, and licensee, William jNioholls. Mtd-Const. Chamberlain gave evidence on behalf of the Licensing Inspector. He said the place was well conducted, and in his opinion it should not be de licensed.

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VICTORIAN ALPS, MACEDON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

VICTORIAN ALPS, MACE DON. The cas-> of the Victorian Alps j Hotel, Miicodon, was the last con- i sidered oa Wednesday. i Mr BrayshiW appeared fur the j nwiiit, Mrs Guest, and the lessee, Mc Huddle The particulars were given by Mounte i-Constable J. H. Chamber- j lain. The constable's evidence w;is to i the effect that, both the Alps and the i State Niir.-t\sy huels were well con ducted. Evidence to show that both hotels wer^. required to accomodate visitors was «iven by Messrs J. W. Keating and Geo. Jfioholls A. itaddle gave evidence to the eff ct that he got a ftvo years' lease from Miss Collins, who sot out in 1912 Mrs Gu"So bought ih" hotd from Mr \ Laiigford for £900, and -pent £150 in ' improvements He (Mr Raddle) paid M'ss Colling £370 foe the lease, with '6 years to ran Decision reserved

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

.. .. 'v'./ v':^ ££/ \;v\ by I i'-J'^. - - • • i , ••* IMu^nza Sura X\ Tfii- i^'ir.rtiy foT iy "■ jv In f! s: p: i s i>, 0r. 11 h, g' Bronchitis, ftad J? X T/f r.V Gh»'«S, ^ lit £•?.:••-•* !••! It cjiiivMy ;f.)!;rri !?a : r,f •-.•-'■•., ■■■!'■ ii;.-:" fever, sp~ci2Uy i-.l > i'k.5 !t i» also RK;'?.ndT.*n!al? I ci'-'-- ■-■' ".".Itt-i l>v~»"C<ikn(t»J 4. ;-riV; -rr risisfSsi: fro'-o % '.'TonshSSSn. S? 1 5<otS!^aSc?.w, 1 : ■■■ , ■>! -'is :.%VV;--5 C :"5rvH, I 'V-i.

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GISBORNE WATER TRUST. SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

GISBORNE WATER TRUST. SPECIAL MEETING. A special meeting of the Gisborne Witter Trust was held cm Tuesday evening. There were present—Cmrs. McGregor (chairman), Tierce, Farreli, Bird, and Man in. The chairman explained that the meeting was called to consider whether i the water cut off by the secretary from the residence of Mr Shortill should not be turned on again. The ordinary mp.Rtmt? 1110 Trusl vrouw toe Held next week, but on account of the urgency of the matter lie had decided to call them together in an informal manner. The secretary, ]\Ir H. M. Hussey, said he cut the water off because he saw Mr Shortil! wasting water on the 5th inst. He (Mr Shortill) had been using a hose, and latterly he haddafied the trust by watering his garden with a bucket. He took action nnrW n i resolution of the Trust that those who would not pub on a meter, when ordered to do so, should have their water supply cut off. Omr Farrell: Are you aware that water is being used on the golf links ? Why did ...

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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. Barracoutia 4 c? BLickfish (oxwpi fri.im <ttrti«uz>g Uo—Ing north w.h! from tis_> Grcr.f, Dirking R&ugo) i ss B renin ■ • • • .... .. .... 3 ,, Broiim, ;iiir«r 3 H Buttor fi.ui & Op. t il'ih 4 Cray6?.h—Ujagfch •) in FJaiiu'f.'J „ , .. 4 o~i Floumior 3 Guriisli .. 1 » Grayling c? farm ii erring fi u T j i ti S Js Ludwriok 3 „ Mackorol i5 MuUett n ; S'urray Col l|\s* M urray Poreb. fWoh'.. . g „ Porch, lOncriii'Jj ...... . <1 ,, Pike .. a ; H.xl Mulktt 4 Kocik Oq.-J 4 ,5 FUnij/.U ci llon^iy S fi S:;luu;ti Trout g Salmon. TV;life.i'G ,J Sabntm, F.nfli-U - * ' .-.K'SUlKpih-? Va \ Kia'j ,•:> p?r«5> 4 • :iu»iaofc t .. v.;= :f b«>]« . ytr.'inp:er ,, . . .7 ;5 ^ ^ ^•Kraio g 'Trout of ,-;i hj;!fS.. "1 C-HK'-il.'. iq y»C;-s?f>S . , Q ,, !' 59 ffhitfne " 4 »* ^Vhiti! ;I. S':-I-U . . . a 'i " XoMow Tiiij .. .. ..

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MOUNTAIN HOME HOTEL, HESKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

MOUNTAIN HOME HOTEL, HESKET. Owner, \Y. J. E. Meagher ; licensee, ; Mrs Hemphill. Mkl-Ccmst. Kroger, in giving evidence, highly praised flie conduct of the hotel, and considered that as the other hotel at liesket had been delicensed last De cember, this hotel was required. The decision was reserved in each case, and will be made known at 12 noon to-day (Friday).

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How to Take Away Appetite. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

How to Tako Awfty Appatlts, ;• A. certain lady who keeps a tatbV . fashionable boarding-houso in this ; is troubled with ten boarders—ao !£'■■: than ten—who possess enormous apsL'r. titcs. Everybody tliat knows a fcoait|;.■ .• lion.so can realize tliat ten boarders inrge appetitas are very hard npoatr^;'. profit of the concern. She tried, liW V thorough business woman, all cki 1 methods to check these ungodlj apa tites, with no avail. : \ One dny she happened to tell i>' family doctor of these ten hungry es;"V and how they worried her, find he si: immediately: "Why, I oan give you ■ easy remedy for that." rthe told him that she would ba tjt•. much obliged to him for any help tli : he eonld give her on the subject, el'-, moreover said that it would be Wiin: ' great deal of money to her. "Well, said he, -'next weak b?'a«i lot of lomon pies and see that those te;.. boardora get tlieir share of pie." "Is. that all your prescription, doofe'n ;; said the lady. "Yes, ina'am." hs replied...

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The Valuable Eucalyptus [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

The Valuable Eucalypti Speaking of the. growth oi try of extracting tho various and resins from the encalvptte"t' recent number of the London r Fays : Elaborate experiments law made in Home by .Senator Coi^-' Torreili, and they deserve careful'li'" ' ' tion at tho hands of -\v]iolesa!« ^ faeturing druggists. A iiuqW pannikins were tilled with p©^. water and various leaves, suclu^" ~ orange, lemon and grass, them ; also eucalyptus leaves and Gradually, but at various inter^v' leaves and water showed signs of "A1 ~ fence and had to be thrown > oak leaves preserve the water foV „ time, but the water in the with the eucalyptus leaves andP; mained perfectly palatable «£'• lapse of more than lour months ** : The. Count also placed some - water with leaves of the eucalr^': globulus, and in another ps»a ;£' veal in plain water. After sevent-.'-fc;' hours it was found that where U^ly had been merely soaked in water-7 ■' meat had become putrid anddeco®i,i<' t lie water. The wate...

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