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EVER-BLOOMING ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

EVER-BLOOMING ROSES. Every Jover of flowers likes to have something dainty and choice to yive a fiiend, now and then, to place ainon^ his or her floral treasures. Such persons ought, by all means, to have a bed ol ever-blooming roses, in which general title are included the Tea, Hombon, Noisette, and Chinese sections of this most popular of all flowers. For richness of colour, delicacy of form, fragrance,and general beauty, nothing exceeds a fine rose. - The list of desirable roses for summer blooming is so extensive that it would be | impossible to name them all in the limits ! of this article, but a few of the best are.— Meteor, dark scarlet ; Sunset, apricot and fawn ; Perle des Jardins, clear yel low ; Niphetos, 0.vhite—used almost wholly for its-buds, j.Hermosn, pink ; La France, silvery rose, and Cornelia Cook, cream-white. These will give tine colours, and perfect flowers and buds, with the perfection of fragrance, and they are all free and constant bloomers, if given pro per...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE FARM. THE EARLY CARE OF CHRY. SANTHEMUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

THE f A ft M. « rHE EARLY CARE OF CHRY SANTHEMUMS. Very much of the success we desire in growing Chrysanthemums depends upcr he attention the plant receives during the early stage of its existence. If neglected then, as most plants are by the amateur, it falls into a habit, if I may be allowed *o use the term, from which it is never ikely to fully recover. What should be aimed at is a good start. Large pots are Aot necessary at first, nor advisable, but a rich soil is. The plant is a great cater and requires rich food, without which it becomes starved_and dwarfed. A strong, healthy growth should be secured as a foundation for future usefulness. While the plant is quite young, one must determine on tlie form to train it in, and begin operations promptly. If a shrub is wanted, pinch off the top, and branches will start below. These, when developed,will give the bushy form which many prefer for this plant. If preferred to grrnv it as a tree, allow no branches to grow along the stem of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

ootained nv is;;:., on. ?r,sn!3 ikb!An n::c*; hlls Af!13 OOMCTOCK'S NERVE AND BON E*L5NiMENT. This is -me of the m^st dreacW. conipl.iiul r that human (i'.-Kh is heir to. and iliric arc. many ]>-.-. pio snfiVrin;.' untold .-i^w/iVs trying ronit'dv after iv n;odv without result. Snrh an one wat ill4. Patrick Scally, Ghuistone Street. W oodville, N.Z., nlio f<mnd Coin stock's NerV> and L'o:ie Liniment and Dr. .Morse's 1'idiai: Hoot ] ills do wliai no other rc.aetly li.-.d done for liim, tlial is, they brought relief from the pain he was snllvri'i.u;. Mr. Seally writes:— "C'insif!e!'i:i!.; the largo amount of benefit I have derived by the use ol your v:: u i:11 .< medicines. it gives me great pi,ro to let vnti have this tus tiiiioni >! ! ! yoi: can n;a.%e any us:.' you wis:, .-f it. 1 iiave been a Millcrcr for a nu'ii- er of years with ,S: iatic-a. the torturing pain T cndt:r"d !i( i-iy sometimes ahi:ost lrihcnrahl'.'. The pain was so great that 1 cou...

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"MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE," [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

" MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE," Mr. George Moore, the novelist, once nad a play at the Odeon, in Paris, and at the same time ail adaptation ol "Othello "was being rehearsed at the same theatre. One morning he called to see the manager.. "What name shall I give, monsieur ?" asked the doorkeeper. ] "Tel! M. Porelo thai the English author whose play ha* heen an ppted desires to see him." The donikeepet went trnvaids : the managers mom. "There is a J pentleman in the hall wl-o tells me he is j the English author whose play has just i been accepted," he said to him. " Quite right,''answered the manager;- " send htm in. Monsieur Shakespeare, no doubt." Among the most blessed of all conn! vances of Nature is that which prevent* n man-from being dinurbod fey liii .bwp wor!nf»

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OLD PUNISHMENT BANKRUPTCY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

OLD PUNISHMENT BANKRUPTCY. In an early and rude state of society bankruptcy is always looked upon will-, harshness, and punished cruelly ;• and perhaps it is really then less excusable than it becomes when commerce is more advanced, and the returns of transac tions are less certainly to be depended on. Even Vtnice in old times h_\d its stone of shame for bankrupts. Edinburgh followed the example oI that mercantile city, and set up one 01 her own in the beginning of the seven teenth century. In 1C06, the Privy Council ordered the magistrates of the Scottish metropolis to ciect "a pillory Dfhewn stone near the Maiket Cross: jpon the head thereof a seat to be made, fvherenpon in time coming shall be set ill dyvours (bankrupts) who shall sit :here one market-day, fiom ten hours in ilie morning till one hour after dinner.'' The unfortunates were obliged to wear i yellow bonnet on these occasions and forever after (the livery of slavery in :he Middle Ages), unless they paid tip :heir debt...

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HAY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

EAT MARKET Mtasrs J, Barwiao and ,Oo. report:—Liny, m.mgcT, £6 10» to £6 ; do., rheavcBi £3 5s t»£4; eh-.ffing ibeave", .£2 10s to A'2 lot,; (Hmv : Viutortao, £2 to £i 2a (j.i ; Tat UMiian, £3 5a to £S 7a 6d

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REMARKABLE COINING STORY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

REMARKABLE COINING STOKY i/ In the spring of 1746 an elderly woman ;ave information against her maid for oining, and the trial came on at the old lailey. The mistress deposed that having been M't a widow several Years, with four hildren, and no possibility of maintain og them, she had taken lo coining ; that he used to buy old pewter pots, out of tiiich she made as many shiilings, etc., ,s she could pass for three pounds, and hat by this practice she had bred up hei .hildren, bound them out apprentices, .nd set herself up in a little shop, by Vhich she had got a comfortable liveli jood ; that she had now given over coin ng, and indicted her maid as accom plice. The maid, in her defence, said that 'when her mistress hired her she to)d fler that she did something up in a garret irito which she must never inquire ; thai all she knew of the matter was that het mistress had often given her moulds tc clean, which i,he did, as it was her duty ; that, in<Hed, she had sometimes se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

GOLDEN FL£EGE . mm, ■ M ELTO N UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. MB. F.W. CLARK announces to the public of Helton and the surrounding liatricta. that, having taken the Goldeu 7Wece Hotel, he ia prepared to cater for their (rants in a first-class manner, and hopes, by Mvility and attention, to merit a share of tb«ir paJtronage. Bwt of Wiues, Spirits, etc , kept. CABS meat all Train. Good Stables and Loose Boxes. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Moderate T*ri£E. J, WUUU11 k S0\ Builders and General Contractors. GISBQ&NE. ESTIMATES GIVEN. J- K JENNINGS & MclNNES SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN. UTOCK AND STATION AGENTS. 41! BOURKE STREET, (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar). ALES conducted at Newmarket: Tuesday 'J Sheep ; Wednesday, Cattle. Corpora tion Yards ; Thursday, Pigs and Calves; Fruiay, Dairy and Store Stock. SUNBUBY jv/roisrTi--^ S-A.X.E. SKrOND: .SATURDAY" in EACH MONTH T t. a FAiGAn . First Saturday in each month Ten ling' S.'iles cflccted throughout all parU of 1 he A. C HAUL AND TIMBE...

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PAYING AND CHOOSING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

mrmrT'iif nuriM i PAYING ANB CHOOSim ii When you watoli the rustic* rally, Witli a wild and wondering star®, Bound the shrine of Old Aunt Sally At the country village fair. How the 3hownian bellows near you, With a loud, persuasive voice, •' Coma, my noble ^ents, 'tis hero yon Pays yer money, takes yer choice I" When some .bumpkin, disappointed, With a visage boding ill, ftnils, ili sentences disjointed, At his curious luok of skill. In the prospect of a row' you're Heard the showman's change of V0l06 " GitaWay, you idiot, now I- You've Paid yer money, took yer choice;" When, with Learning's Rweet poSBesrio® Forthe future you prepare, How you scan the world's; professions, With ambition that i.= rare. Willi each vision at command, you Bid your fooli.sh heart rejoice, Every door seems open, and you " Pays yer money, lakes yer choioe." When, of struggling 6ick and weary, TurnByour tired and hopeless vi#«r With a wish to quit your dreary Path for fields and.pastures new, How the (sente...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

Bereavement Notice. MR ALF. MARTIN and MR and MRS DARCY BENSON wish to THANK all friends for their expressions of sympathy during their recent sad bereaveir.ent. es pecially Dr Daly and Dr Mabel Baillie ; also Mrs Horrocks,-' who so kindly nursed the darling infant during her sudden an.i seveie late illness.

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LIFE IN THE ALLEGHENI [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

jLtviz in THE ALLEGHENI A type of pioneer still existing in tha Allegheny mountains, but fast passmg away, is the old-time lumberman and Wood-chopper. At the present day the numher of men engaged in that healthy but arduous occupation is but small com pared with the thousands that laboured in the pine forests a few decades since. Still the lumberman met with occasion ally in the interior of Pennsylvania faith fully portrays the characteristics of the class. Attired in a costume which would cause a sensation upon Broadway, he stalks along without attracting the slightest notice from the inhabitants, with whom his appearance is too familial to cause comment. The genuine old time woodsman will be seen in midwinter wearing a fur cap, the material of which is possibly a trophy of his rifle. A heavy and exceedingly loud pattern flannel shirt is his only chest covering, for he scornsJthe coat and vest of the towns people. A pair of commonplace trousers tucked into long stockings cover his ...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1914. LAND REFORM IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

published evkilY kk1j»av. WITH SUPPLEMENT. &3>- '/ 'he Wvibornt Gazelle is an Advertismij Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, ! Rovusey, it Bacchuts Marsh Shire Councils j kiuhai, 27. lyi-i. LAND uetfojam lin juinglaind. Mr Lloyd George, in opening nis land campaign in Scotland, Has given the landlords of Great Britain some thing to think about besides the woes of the minority in Ulster, fo grappling with the land question he is attacking feudalism m its vei> stronghold. With the reform the Chancellor of the Exchequer contem- , plates, there is not only the ^Uon | of dealing with the aggregation ol land and its ownership 'by a lew in dividuals, but'there is also the sweep ins away of a number of hoaiy abuses that have a better claim to be traced to the time of the Umtiueioi than have many of the families who represent feudalism in Great at the present time. 1 e S'lea audience that listened to u\lr. Lloyd George at Glasgow were forded ample food for reflection, tor t...

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CORRESPONDENCE We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—En. G.G.] SHORTAGE OF WATER. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

CORRESPONDENCE ; | We do not nocessaiily endorse fcho opinion.1- ( expressed by correapoudentn in f.li f t column.—Ed. G.G.] t SHOKTAGE OF WATER. I TO 1HH EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE Sir,—I was glad to see the letter by •'Higher Levels" in your last, issue- I • Iiink, with him, lliat it is time something was done by tlio Water Trust to secure justice to the ratepayers. 'Higher Level' complains that he cannot get water [f he would walk along the pipe track from the service reservoir on the hill to New Gisborne township, he would see •nough to acconnt for water being scarce. Not only would he see farms practically mpplied with water, but he ' would also >ee a large quarry hole into which water from the pipes has been runuingfor days. No wonder the people of Gisborne are short of water ^hen it is allowed to - flos o waste in this manner. The water rough is bad ciioukIi, but the vraterhole s a thousand times worse.— -Yours, etc., I A JJATEPAYEK.

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INGENUITY OF SMUGGL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

JtfGRmtm- OF SMtJCKSL ! ^ I It was ones remarked by a proainent Bn - tish statesman that the moit of people b«$s in "ignorant impatience of taxation," jmJ tew will deny that there is ranch truth in the statement. Turgot;- a great financier, aoee put it in. this way, " Taxation is the art »t plucking the- goose without making'it 1" Account for it as we'may, the tax gatherer is a very unpopular personage. To paraphrase the saying about " Necessity," •to., we might well say, " How to evade him" has been "the mother of invention." In order ta eheat the gauger, deep cunning and taaay a fraudul«nt device have been brought into play again and again. Fsw things, in deed, have exercised the ingenuity of man ao ranch as smuggling. Soaae years ago a ship entered the port oJ Liverpool in which th& eaptain had a quan tfty of contraband tr oacco stowed away, an«' 1 «&teh, of course, h« desired to land. Un <2mown to him, one of the crew was aware o! the fact of his havin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

F- u a M Y O N M P S CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAMYONS PHARMACY. Anl "b?bbIw1ke = p,sr WOODEN D. Bjr BptcMl Appointment to His Ejxollency, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Bart., K.C.M.Q. 0 rglHJS a the most reliable Pharmacy in the district, where Quality is of first X importance. We want to please you and m;ike you a regular visitor at the Phaomacy, whether you biy or u.jt. There is nneed for you to g0 elsewhere. You will be te»ted well in every way, EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. S6Ttsi-tenths of nil headaches have their origin in strained vision. Properly sd Glaeasi will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete oatfit for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking bbott it, make np vour mind to come here foi Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES ssdo&od to Town Prices. of all descriptions. y-assrti Extracted Paislupblt. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. If your Hair islurning grey, use the great Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will jtffii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

MOriCE. MM. Mo LOONE1 (G.I1.V.C.) VETERINARY SUIiOEOJN Will rinil (liihurno regularly on RAI<& ■ DAYS. . Aii kinds o* Jozn«j<f.ic»tted oalnteL bl&iirlod. to. A!1 tcifi^rr.ici; vJi> rocalw JfSOiapl »t'«-ntlou Mr I-coney u.*/ fsi csn«uit*.t at V.Mrii Kr*riy »'.or» *s St! Days. Osxtrnttftx * -/> o mIjv. Ail U»<ti i' 'htt.''-•'it?'.; t<>. AND.SO. WULLYO.U BE 13 IF-YOU-U5£-T»E-SAKS-QiL. ^ "SAFETY" BRAKH g S3 IS UNSURPASSED. I » I; |4 SEf^RATOR. (, oh~ Pn;ce Eg i h &TKIP>P'j£R. I tfjjgj /^r I® 1 i rs'yt R VESTER. {" ff M | REAPER. | P% 9 ,~n 1 Bx BINDER, V^9aILHHS. g $ O.toe/t tN BULK & SAVE MONEY tl e? NOT ONtX IN COST BUT IN FR&CHT. |;S- r II • - l-:*l | sfiefidftmmgfc I § m. €ii(/uiea-ied fohm~\ | -<i ^vfi-n^y^c/i oilwiil | | ??i&/t&U£ '.fi&nce j| | fGRTHfc g£STcrEV£fin«!Kn G9.T3 | i»irjp»niin^iimrra>M».»cn i in -wr . •xas enaaosKs ■SAZETTB' ffiacfjiiie ...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. B*ft good-conditioned stores, 21s to 26a ritp, 11a to 14s; Backers, 5b to 10a; farkjtra, heavy weights, 38s to 40s; prima Mrvioeable weighte, 33a to 32s ; iigttC, 27s %> 30a; baconera, prune, 50j tu 58s ; extra 00a. to) 64s; light, 38s upwaids JBack fcAen, extra prime heavy tats, £3 10<s t«i 9 lis; bulk prime ana weighty, £3 to 4C; roughs, from 30s DAIRY Oattle—Milkers, best, £9 15s to f 14; good do., £7 15b tu £9 ; others, £5. Iminatri: Beet, £7 10s to £S 10; couple, M 161; good do., L6 10s to L7 6s ; others, IA; springing heifers, L4 to L5 5s; few Aoit* forward heifers, L7 108; others, L'i ds • Lit 16«. Fat cons, Lt> to L7 5s ; good do., gvoduo., L4 15fl to L5 Ids ; others, iJOs up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

commercial MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday • Fat .Shehp. — Quot&iionb : — Pinm malired w«thers, 17a Od to lijo 0.1 ; g.»»i to 16» 9d; prioie.cro8rb.<;a ewe*, 14.-. fi to 15a 9'i ; good do., 128 li.i tu 3- t i , sdme merino wethois, 10* to 17a un ; (<kk1 ao., 134 6d to j5. Ua. Fat Lambs—Prime a. la at from Ua u.i • Ifa Od ; extn*,, 16a 0.1 lo 18j 0.; Qw. ti, 9d to 13« Od. AVcdnemlay FATitOAWLJC—24S0'yardod 1'nrae. t.ul •yki »old at troin £11 Od cj CLl iOo U ; rsado., £13 10a to £15 Od U < ; gojii u», Its to £10 0s; second anu i.,m- r ..... 4S 0* -to J&8 0*; prime pens m ««>, £i ti to £9 Hi; gjoil do, £6 I'Ja to X7 5, Fat Calves—660 penned Pijuue tku:» ftod heifets, £4 10b to £5 15a u<i; j.t;uh! 45s to 55s ; beat small caive.-, -0, to 3S*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 27 February 1914

GISBORNE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE BALANCE SHEET FOR YEAR ENDED, 31st DECEMBER, 1913. Receipts. To Cr Balance - ... £4G 2 11 Subscriptions ... 20 10 0 Rents ... .... 37 12 3 Government Grant... 7 1 9 Dr Balance ... 2 10 1 £113 17 0 Expenditure. By Books ... 8 13 1 Pa pel's and Periodicals 6 11 0 Catalogues ... 3 1G 6 jVLl LNIi:x.l KCK : _ Kerosene, glasses and wood 3 13 1 Tuning & repair ing piano 1 15 0 Advertising 1 0 0 Sanitary rate ... 1 0 0 Librarian 12 0 0 Secretary 2 10 0 19 0 7 — 21 18 1 Biildi.sct & Furniture:— Painting building 57 11 0 Repairs, building <1 17 6 Repairs, furni ture ... ... 2 7 6 64 16 0 Insurance ... ... 7 5 10 Freight and cheque book... 6 6 Bank charge ... ... 10 0 £113 17 0 Audited and found correct, Ki'mi'hbev C.Dixon,") . ,n ,, r Auditors. 'JLjIOS. SiIORTILL, ) G. E. Cheeky, Treasurer, F. R. Levack, Secretary. Gisborne, 17/2/14, GISBORNE MECHANICS' CLUB. Balance Sheet i'or Yeah, ended, 31st December, 1913. Receipts. To Cr. Balance ...

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