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

tjOtfll i-Url; tsoftc people iwtn to bo horrified when I bear of com bcinc used for fud> | «0W| if corn is cheaper than coal, what | jiosssbie objection can there be to tising ; H: i&r fueW A Kansas farmer can get J thirteen cents for a bushel of corn. 1st '• 'is see, that is SB.70 tor n ton. To get ; that no may have to linn! his corn, six of '■ig'ht miles to market. If he biiyscP-il he will pay from !?l to a ton, ;nul hutil r U the six or eight miles bark home. ; I he mailer simply comes down to the tjucs- ; liou of how he can get the most cil'cctiva tucl for a dollar. You could hai'illy ex pect a farmer to pav a bonus in order / that he might burn coal _if he could get J the heat some other way."* Corn nt $3. >0 ft ton is cheaper fuel than coal at.$5 a ton. and, besides, it has in its favor tho I act that the farmer has the corn at bona:. Theie is no more reason for a sen'.iuH'ii tnl objectiou to burning corn thar tfcci'0 is to burning v/ood.—[Chicago Tiibunc, i 0 E...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wholesome Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 February 1915

"Wholesome "Vegetables. |f The following information may to|| useful to sonic, if not new to many: g Spinach has ;i direct effect upon tup kidneys: The common dandelion, used as greens, ft is excellent for the same trouble. % Asparagus purges the blood. Celcj F acts admirably upon the nervous system, and is a cure for rheumatism and neural- I: gin. S; Tomatoes act upon the liver. Beets and turnips are excellent npp-> j ti/.ere. Lettuce and cucumbers are cooling ia i their eilect.s upon the system. ! Onious. garlic, leeks, olives, and shal- |' ots, allot which are similar, possess medi ciual virtues of a marked clvAvacte!, ( stimulating the circulatory system and ! the consequent increase of the saliva ; and the gastric juice, promoting diges tion. Red onion? avo &a excellent. diuretic; \ :'nd t'ac white ones are recommended to ho eaten raw as a remedy for insoni« t' nia, They ate a fouic and nutritious, | A soup made from onions is regarded p by toe French as an excellent...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Fruit for Export [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

Fruit for Export Last year there was an increase J 50,000 cases ol apples ar.d pears af ooricd to neighbouring stales 0 '| those of the previous thfe export to over-sea markets'j?| ligures jumped from 11,6 iy casej n f previous year to 36,000 cases, t-,1! lesson to be drawn from this J!f svaiiii.il gain is that increased atte-1 Vion to manuring and spraying' ffi*| carc in the selection, grading, j"!| packing of the Iruit, on the' p^:| of t'ne growers,_ and increased atfe'l tion by t'ae shipping companies -J the management of the freezing bers, is leading; to profitable inl ness, • despite the heavy charges "|,f transit. The destination of the sea shipments afiords interosting formation. In apples, 2G,00Q c^!' went to the United Kingdom, -r [ to South Africa, 2,300 t-o India,'a.| 120 cases to China. In addition >1 this, 1,000 eases of pears and cases of grapes were sent to Er';|; hind, 228" cases of pears to Scv^ Africa, and 1(>9 to India. "| Mr. French, C4overnment exper-J" wh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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TOPICS OF THE TIMS. A Choice Selection of Interesting Items. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

TOPICS OF THE TIMS. M Slioice Selection of Inter* e,sting- Items. Cfiixamen use tho skin taken from the holly of a .sturgeon by tanning it into ieafhcr for shoos. A rsriN. To ens has decided to erect- , the {••re-i'e t d::ei in ilie United States j over 'lie Colorado liiver. It will cost ;?!. i1 »,000 and afford 1-i, 000 horse •• I • maid g > ■- di:'irs for the new rail- ; n ,'u hndsjp ul Ast-.r, I'ft., the engineers ; sine . -tr e =i:ui fl- »w of sulphur water | i;. .• ill • lv'.iji. If conies from a depth of !i i; v (eel and is qui;e a curiosity. A cedar stump stands on "W. S. i ' lam, near Slioh'>mish City, Ore- ■ ii.it measures twenty feet in dium- | A photograph was taken of it, vrtiity men and five horses stand !(. .ist. . 'JcDow, the murderer of Capt.. > v "!i, of Chariest on, is still practic edicine iu that city, having an ■ in the very house where the crime committed, and next door to Capt. 1 .oit's home, ;now occupied by his v, d >W. "kk Boston man 'who cut hi...

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

UlcPHHiL Baos. and CO. I 8TOCK AGhNTS & PURE STOCK A Lho ivi E IMi 368 BOUiiKh ST., MLLBOUHInE 'J — i'jit HOLD hALfcn An j:OLL'J I'/.V : — t, i . t'HUi'.Win i Pig* ... Co/p'jrauoii xnri-., Vt'vihz, 6al uu V'J- j Di.ii'J ixti-i'-t'.C/ib Cat-l'i .. OjiporaUoii xardi, rrWiiyg Jlmrriwj J*i(jJss. Cwl.v/:UA in <jJJ. yirlt 0/ l!ts. tit/its., iry^hii'i bVji<; Caitifc, for .laio Privately, albo htud i*igh and C&Ulfc. Propeiti'ja lor hni<; and To iM, Corxeepowierjce I nvifyi. jyionthly Country iVl&rketa at BACCHUs jlAii.ui—i"'OU iiiii -j5 0S I 'A V MELXO:. ... riA'J li'KJjAi' KOAlbiiY liiliiU jJ.U.N JJA Y iud i-.li j'Jjdr:. mos k WHiiE, U £ N T I 6 Ti Martin & I'Leahasck'h mil din a Collins Street, Melbourne CONS U LT I: D A T — MISS £11 U 8 S5EY'S, Aitkk:.' Stiseet, GISI30RNE. FOUBTH XATD1WAV OK TJiJJ MO.NTfl (Haljc Day) Painless Dentistry. fll. H. W.~flP BRUCHY, D K N I I S L\ (Late of 101 Ojlliriii frost) having dinpoB'-.d of...

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

mm% ^ influenza Pure g The Unfailing Remedy for U ' Influenza, Catarrh, (j Bronchitis, »ud J7 Weak Ghent, 3 In w,c3 of it quickly rsHsrcr, tiso | catarrh, reducos tbe fever, snd spoedily r»l g 1 ii:r. the p.'liinl. li in also agrandTop.is la a of Debility,!>.coomt)Aj>ieil bywe?.knoao • ai (be chost. If you arc sufforli'a from a » pir«ls!8nt Cold, lnfluenir>, Bronphltlo, cx X .oir chn-.t weakness, procufa a battle at onos. >» 1/6 .ipd 3/6, >it all Stkweo and Chcialsn. | Ta&tefs f I w ?m& »i?£s?se?}, &

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

eath. BereaTcmei:-: Notice. j;2S. BERTRAM i: FAMILY ~r. i rr.ar.r :r:e^d : rr.r Y::.i o: ^v—p^Lv. tir.s. zrA c-irlr.if r-.ad a.r.i i-'Mc

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH.. Jlarrnooutta 4 Cin Uluekfisk (Vzcopt blackS^ (..Venn frovn utrenm.i noi-bhwurd from tho Uroaii Dividing Ikiiifto) f fc1 BroiMB $ 11 13rou.ro, giitc* .. ..... 5 r; Butter fitib ^ ?• Oat fish • « 4 ,, 0;>\fWh—........ 9 >" KJrt.Jk-aiI -• £ Flouud-if • f i> Gr-rhak , •• •■,'• \ »» w r:\vi lag or Xfn'3 Hcrifcg | u IjImji 3 sa L'Jdorioa 9 s: Mc.ckort'l 3 j jS5.ii] lotfc .. 3 5> Murray Cc<<i l$ia ?<['array Perch .. . 8 P«roh . . .. .. .. .. • • • • & ,s Porch, EngHnh 4 B» Piko : 0 „ Rod Mullofct 4 ,, Rock Cod & >a Rough ot Rcmghy 9 ,, Salmon Trout . 3 ,, Siilwon, California 9 sj Sulraon, Eugliiih 8 ,, Sand J.TuIlot or Poddica . * 3 ,, Schnappar 19 Jt Silver Fish or Silver Pcreh 4 ,a Skipiaok i „ Snoos .. .. c..... .... 4 j, Sols 5 Rj Stransor 3 .» Traralo 9 ,a Trout of all kind, no'a iadi ^ genouri to Viotor;a .. ,. Q Ia TruDipr-ler 3 Wli.iii.ny 4 Smv3 . t o. r, $ ,, i' o!1mv .. ,, gija

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Ge[?] G[?] in an A[?] M[?] of the G[?], M[?], B[?] [?] [?] March [?] [?] FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1915. THE DAY OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

f-U2U-.K2b ZTiiiy -IL'rFLKXKh'T. gZjjT f <jr;-s.'.'.K is an A ic/. Slta-ium '// (fii'/z/M, Jj^, U-j,:sa. it'siiy.fj. & il'iss.hjs. Jla-i'M t ftijjAi*. FLliKLAsi'i i'dlo. 'liir. OA~ o. T:.o cost of the war ec~* raging -n iijrope v.-..:, in. the wo; ds of tne .ate B.'e.H.'.le.V. Krige.-, be enOUg.1 -0 "stagger h-imar—ty." The bill lor f;ve montns has been made jp by foreign statistic-ian:;, wlio estimate tnat me nations involved have a. ready lor, in ki.led, womded, and captured 0,'.'00,000 men, and spent & b:::; of £1,400,'j'j0,00•.>. The ex pense is t~^s diviuel amongst the nations: Great Britain, £ 4 iv'-f'.'0,0'.• o a montn, or L'iib,at tne end of tne year; France, £00,0'j0,0'j0 a month, or a total o.' i'.VjO,000,000; it-iSbia, £7 0,0 'j o,0 0 o a montn, total £v 5 v, 0 0 0,0 0 0 ; Germany, £<; 0,0 0 0, >; 0 0 a montn, total £300,0 ;0,000 (this ins, or cours-.-, exclusive of tne subsidies to Turkey;; Austria, total £200,000,000. These fi...

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CLOSE SEASUNS FOR GAME, &C. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

CLUiSfc. SLaJ>u«S FOR GAME. &c. llevised by J. M. Sernm®.. Ch\f epector of Fishery and liamo 2kd Aprii, Lyl3 :— «-t-i ■ t> THE Wf ..'Lfc H'.aII. ,Wl Austiulian laana. v, itn tU« «->0Vit tion ol siuikes, in n:xUouB.\ paiM and public gardens acautiiwae 01 tit... ant-eaters, porcupine, or ecuidnas. , Babblers bears (see native bears.), beo eaters, bitterns, bronsse-wmsed ana otii'.1; wil<i p.g-ons, bustard <)r r,m , til f'.H.'V. | CulitVniai- quail, oatorpiliar-caic.ora chaw i„.-o .•p.,l.uanura^ c,acU-wb > bi.ds. cockatoos (black).. crime*, «ii> birds known us cranes, .such a* herons, egrets, etc. (except tue Native com i)..moil or Australian crane), cuckoos cyt'koo-siirikcs, curfews (soo southern fctoui p.over, etc.) , Duer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wiia. Echidnas or porcupine, ant-caters, egrets. see cranes. <jto.; emus, opnthi unaras or chats. i>'a.aails. fly-catchers, frocmouttt o* . ;iargu3 and mopokea. Gi'atie.slus iam....

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

GISBORNE SHIRE COUNCIL The ordinary meeting' of - the above was held on Tuesday, i'resent :— (Jrs. Gorman (president), and the full Council. Correspondence. From Thos. J. White, offering 5s. for a lot of old palings and rail* stored near the Gre station.—-Left to the Borough members to deal with. From ihe shire solicitors, forward ing copy oj agreement re Alton-road to be scaled by the Council.—H« sol\ed, on the motion of Crs. Daw den and Turner, that the agreement be signed and sealed. From the same, with copy of agreement between the shire and Cherry and Sons re electric lighting scheme. The memo, concluded as fol lows :—"We tliin^ that, as drawn, it will meet the wishes of both parties; although, as we originally pointed out, the agreement, from the Council's point of viiew, in main- re spects, is not as firm as it might bo." From V. J. Crowley, approving of the plans for the dynamo room.— (it-solved, oil the motion of Crs. I'.itwden and .U'Gregor, that the agreement be signed an...

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STAL RATES AND RE[?] Where the term "The [?] [?]" is used in connection with those [?] and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Nerfolk Islands LETERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

oTAt. RATES AW0 H E C •' ; ?!l'<E , . i. >v hero the terra '"JIn- onun-.-.- I in 'i.s-eci in connection v.-.lh i-ho3<? j •:1 u,i and regulations it inalud'-s JViiiia, i i-'-i-j il.owo Isbiai, and N<^rfoiU Island,; i LErrma. ' I For every $ ounce or fraction rhen»oi. I For delivery vyit-biu tile Cvinu.oji- I \VC-;,ilh ... 0 1 '''or delivery in t-ho British ffim- I pire 0 i '■•i delivery in tho N<"lv Hebrides, iiaakp, ami Torre* Inlands .. 0 «• r dolivery in othvr plao«>« .... 0 i.'j LLTi'lSJt CAIiDS. ••r delivery within the Commonwealth •jingles, Id. euch ; reply, Id. e:<-ch ball »!■ delivery in tilie British Ein>;iro (co: list, oi piaoos iiiidor ''Latteri.'''')--^' £lo, Id. each. or delivery ia New Ilebridoo, Banks and Torres .Ialaad*—Single, SM. o-vh. 'or delivery in othoj pku-es— Siujjrio, 'iid- enoh. POST CA1W.-. •Single Fostcarfij. iinpressod aith th.? ■d. bt.uvip, mkI Kopl\ or doublo eiwrdc. i <j* a ific...

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Melton Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

Melton Shire Council i r.e ordinary meeting; of the above wa;_ r.e.d on Friday.. Present: Crs. f take_ '.President}, Minns. M*'Phersoa, ijuQrck, Green, Brown, and Howell. Correspondence. From John Beatv, Digger's Rest, :: notice received of closed roads, staciag ".here were no closed roads on sec. 1-, parish of Holden.—The-secretary said } :\e had called at the Titles Omce and i round there were two roads in section | 1-.—Cr. M'Pherson said the roads did ' not show on the title, and if there j: '.vere a road it should appear on the ! title.—Cr. Bubeck said Mr. Beaty | might dispute one of the roads, but he $ could not deny there was a road lead- j; ing to the Mt. Alexander-road.—Cr. I M'Pherson said if the road were there jj it should appear on the title.—Re- | solved, on th<; motion of Crs. Bubeck i and Howell, tbat inquiries re the two f r jads be made at the Public Works | Department. _ | From \Y. Wilson, drawing attention i to the state of the road near Thomp- | son's...

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

§ P P F h¥ 1 I BSlLMkbtllf 1 4 BERP "'TOO i;< What Clements Tonic can do in | ] restoring the nerves to healthy power p'j and making the weakened system strong. Lvj A letter in point which is worth reading. No. 6 Post Office Place, South Mclb., 2/7/11. CLEMENTS TONfG LTD., "Your tonic is one of the quickest nerve and brain cures known. I tried all kinds of doctors' mcdicines, and got no relief as I have from your tonic. I could not stand anyone talking to me, or the noise of the town trafTic. I lost appetite and weight. I was that weak at times a child could push me over. I had to give up work. I lay hour after hour awake, now I can go to bed and almost sleep at once. My case was one of the worst I ever ' ;j heard of. I thought I would never get well. I can hardly believe the relief I have got from Clements Tonic. Nearly all those symptoms I told you of have left me, and two or three more bottles will make me strong. Before this I was going twice a week to the Melbourne H...

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

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYOX , CHEMIST - OPTICIAN WOODEND, ^ - I0UALITY0I8 OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. .EYE-SIGEI ?:^= tv^i, -faired. TEETH vr.zwA pA.v-i.i-v. Commonwealth of Bustralta ; HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY i Vfc b ^ .'*,•• ','uui vf GENERAL BANKING BU81NE88 u i EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE I Uan it z]'.z.x7, Cix ? * r.i, i'-.iA.—^ ' vi \ * ?y.<\: . i v ; - 7'^vir », u."i LfsZ^ca. G>-cC« mi-'• v;, ' • l'm ^ - j. - v- 'v-. r- - v 7 - -' - v _t ■' * r " lv: i-i4 vS—v~^.. Is.'.'s-t : .xt.v, i.-.» v*-". -/ . *- • - >...i'rr '-i'- c '41 - 7 - - ' -.I - • ■ i r'«"7 tr».-.«.rveC : i ' '.n O' —vx^ v*i.'vs, V'.x - - »_• ■: .■.•![■ uvv.^iu vi live nyt.lt iirusu LfLit: t;---.'d train SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT VI«-tor<ar> OontrsU Offic% : 31' COU-iKS &TREET, MEL&QUC.KC. leunu ti« I'/.'I u u.'. 2; O CO Li ? .1CS'^i tit from 1 - to. iiZOO. Int«re«t a.t 3^ p«r innum. D*p*«Pts or Wlthdra.wa.ls K-iJ m sm£« 1^7 vr iri• vT »• '>.z;.z--.:r»ai...

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

Ono s Reputation* Is what peoplo Suppose it to be. One's Character fo whet people havo Proved It to bo. O©0Jf. jfl (5 T; f] vP/Zi, En.loyo both on Excellent Reputation and cm Frrcjproachablo Charaotor. Pcraonel Rsooramondatlon h tho Beat Advertisement, end that Ss why Hoarno'c has boon at tho "$E&> of tho Trees for so rcmny yc?ere. TKS FINE3T RKMKD? IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, CROUP and COkDS. Always As& (or " MEARNE'3," and m® 4&ai ~c«u GET ft. There ts aoth'^g " i«3t <20 good." If f>et pfotataGfol© locally, ssrs! csts'sc} is W< 0, HEARNE &, CO. LTD,,, Ck-alorag?., SSm, < C&Z4 «W C 0 £ t J. rj c, c iX. c MOTIOE. ME BL Mo LOONE1 (G.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SURGEON Will visit Giufcorno regularly on 8AL2 DAYS. All kinds ot domevfcfooted anisaaJ# ntt-snif-d to. AU toiograms will reoaie jwssxpfc attention. Mr Loonoy Esraf 0' o®aBuit«d a4 Messrs Bi-wdy Bros.' efcora aa Sol Bayti. Osflfaratlag o Speoinlty. All Wads ...

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MELBOURNE [?] DA[?] CAT[?] MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

'dKLbtJtj>--• 'r- if. • Lii-ii.'i CAI'UJ. "J. ,kKLl. Beet 'jTxC. o.o^a ttor21 > x/j C2; I Iljpfc, lift Vj Hi 5 c Vj lOe - I ^rkert, htivy we t^u, .'i>& Vo 4-0-; prir/j.% rervi&s&bl<; weigct . •{■is to u^e ; iig&t, 27fc Vj SOe ; bvx/Citri-., 50s to o'-. ; tztra JOb Vj 64s ; bgrj:. .'l<a upwarde siiu:^ c&tterz, eztre. priit -. L't&vy t&,>., £.'j 10s to t4. 1%b ; bulk pj i-'i'; t.ii'1 £;> to /4 ; roughs, fro it JJAIiiy C/-7TLK—.'.•ll.k.^re, r/iit, £'J l.o=, Ifj Hi ; good do., £7 i.Vi lo £'„• ; oiior*. £5. Jpnxigei'e : U&«t, £7 iU to £* 10; coupte, £'<) l&i ; gooa 'io., L-; J0» to L7 it ; otr.^;-. Li; gpruigisg 'LtiVm, LA to JL5 5s; iev, choice lozw&ia i^icre, L7 iOn; oii-wi, L'i 5 s o L'i 168. i'&t oo*5; J,o to L<" os ; good do., . g&od do., L4 15a to L5 iOi; otiW2, 30s up, j

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

COMMERCIAL |MELEOCii:.'E LIVE HIOCK MAiiZLLI. . 2i.i ry.zi'f. — Q-.ovi nubt&i 17% Vi s* lis (K'm; gv.-: Vj lvt Sd; ■yr.tz.h ~zk/\ hwi, 14.-. Id to l-v: C'l ; good do., lte Vj i';s vi ; >riai« zn-triLfj vm*.z<£zi, l.vs '.* • v» 17s '.'■>* ; JC«3 do., i'ii Vj ICi 02, Fax JLutisZ—Frixtf: fcold at frois. ;14% Cd ol&Oc; tils J'>>. 0c Vj Od: Ski Vj 12* j VT <Ai.v-Az.-j Fat Gattz-e—24v0 vi.";%>d ¥nu.<-. tui ocfc* w>.a a; .'ro.'.o £ii Oi Vj £12 10s yC ; ertra d/j.., £15 10s Vj £15 0i ; good do. £8 lie Vj £10 0:; twcj *.ir 'io, 7 Oss Vj Jvi 0-s ; pnxci* o: '-o/.s, £7 OE Vj £'d 23; £'•/>'.. 'i'j. £/j l'„* Vj £7 04 Fat Ci.LV/i-.—C j P.-./r-e cV;<;:?. %aA habits, £4 J ; Vj £5 I vi C'i; pna»<5 C&ivfeg, 4jJi Vj o-j! . f^-.: ^Oi to 22e

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DOGS AS WARDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

DOGS AS WARDERS. Tin- most effectively guarded con • icis in the world are those in the .'-taie Pi ison at Huntsville, Texas, who are watched while at work by hujie Ulraer dogs. An escaping con vict would l,c pulled down and hte.r ally torn to pieces before he had gone twenty yards, for, unlike blood hounds, these dogs, which are l-nown in this country as Great Danes, can tjjat he callcd of!. A short time ago a negro under a life sentence made a dish for libertv, but had not gone many' yards before he was caught by a couple of the hounds and torn to pieces. These inhuman methods are said to he necc-F-iry owing to rho desperate character of {he prisoners, who, for the mriKt part, are. negro brigands and mnraiTerK. It is told of Abram Lincoln that once when quite a young man he witnessed a slave auction )n Ohio, lie saw men and women put on the block, exhibited for sale, benight like cattle. Me saw Ihe horrible aid de grading familiarities which the buy ers took with I lie human elutl...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO RENOVATE VENETIAN BLINDS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 March 1915

TO RENOVATE VENETIAN BLINDS. Venetian blinds would not need painting so frequently if tli.-y were regularly cleaned at lioine every year. This can be done, for now it is so easy to take them down, -s they generally rest on two iron stays, one at each side, so they can easily be clipped oft any time for repairs. Before taking the blind to pieces, notice how the cords run through Hie catch, then over the pulleys, ;nul down the laths ; observe particularly how the cord Is threaded, first one side, then the other, oi the little cross-tapes, thus keepirog the cord in its place. Begin by taking out the tacks that fasten the two large tapes at the bottom, also under the ;:no(; of the cords, then take out all the laths and wash them. Wash the tapes well in a large mug, and the wooden ledge to which the taprs are fastened, and which forms the upper part of the tlind ; iron the tapes, and hang up to dry. Lastly put all together, which will be found very simple, if these little details have be...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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