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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

F- ua.MYON MPS- — C I'BMi'a T . OPTICIAN. DAMYQN'S PHARMACY. .. ^ *nd %" WOODEND. Bg BpvtZsl Afpointm-int to His Ezctilency, Sir John M. F. Fuller, BartK.C.M.Q. -0 TBIS is tho most reliable Pharmacy in ibe district, wbere Quality is of first taportanco. We want to please you and m.i»e you a regular visitor at the Pkaroaoy, whefchoryoa bay or not. There is nnedd for you to go elsewhere. You Trill bs tested well in erery way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. SeTen-fcenths of all headaches have their origin in strained vision. Proper!? Ittod Glasses will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete extfst for tha Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking ■boat it, make up vour mind to come here foi Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES reduced to Town Prices of all descriptions. Terth Ixtsactsd PAlNLESSl/i. Orders by retuin mail, rail, or coach. If yoar Hair is turning grey, use the gre^t Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will Bake yoti look young aga...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

.TSS SISIQEIflS 'GAZKTTB' . EaGUliia Filming ai\fl PuMlsMng WoiKs, aitken street, GISBORNE. SHI «• GAZETTE " -Clwnlafces all through ihs Win Boukcs District. Tbarafsra the " Qaeettz " should bs Weogniscd aa an Advertising Msdicu U veil as a Hews -Publication • job PRi^rmc ' DEPARTMENT. There ia no ocoasion to po to Melbourne for Job Printing of any "fc description aa we can do work ta compare favourably with Melbourne, - both S3 regards quality and price. We can execute at tho shortest notion CONCERT CARDS ELECTION CARDS PEDIGREE CARDS -o& - INVITATION CARDS m =r >*, VISITING CARDS SHOW CARDS POSTERS HANDBILLS mmMMm MINNS' HOTEL MELTON. iU.) GOOD ACCOMODATION FOB VISITOBS Cab Meets All Tralna, Vehicles ok Hirs. Good Stablinc. BE8T BBANDS OF ALBS, WINES, AND SPIRITS. BxiiZiI&bos. Telephone No. 9 TTILLIAM MoNIOHOLL, Proprietor. - §n° ® M:\r' g ANB30W1UY0U BE Eg IF-YOO-USE-THE-SAME-OIL. i "-SAFETYw". ERAH "0 t'3 UNSURPASSED, [ONE PRICE SEPARATOR. SYFSiPPER. HARVESTER...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

MELBOURNE FIG & DAtRY ;OATTLK MARKET, 2J«t good--, onditioned stores, 21s to 26b . dgtt, 11a to lis; suckers, 5a to 10s ' fsrktrff, heavy vr eights, 38s to 40s; prime nrvioeabla wooghte, 33a to 32s ; light, 27s fe» 30*; baooners, prime, 50a to 58s ; extra tti to 64a; light, 38b upwards Back CfciSsra, extra prime heavy fats, £3 10s to IIis; bulk prime and weighty, £3 to 44; ro*gha, from 30a Daisy Cattle—Milkers, best, £9 15s to 41A; good do., £7 15s to £9 ; others, £5. Springers : Best, 47 10s to £8 10 ; couple, £9 16s; good do., L6 10a to L7 5s ; others, LI; lycingiag tellers, L4 to L& 5b ; few •toice forward heifers, L7 10s; others, L'i 5b • LS 15a. Fat cows, L6 to L7 5s ; good do., I gMd do., L4 15s to L5 10s; others, 30a up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 9 January 1914

COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday WM3 ftussff. — Quotation# : — Prime a»bre£ wethers, 17a Od to 18a Od ; good to 18s 9d; prime oroeabred ewes, 14e M to 18s M j good do., l£a 6d to 13s 6d ; ®*ae rawriso wetfaera, 15a 9d to 17s Od; pad 4*., 13a 6d to 15* Od, Fast Lames—Prima sold at from ] 4s Od • If* Od ; «fera, lfo^Od^to 18sat0d jggood, M to ISs 9<l. Wednesday Fa* iOawlb— 2460 yarded Prime (bul dki Mid at from £11 0s to £12 10k Od ; fltifera don £13 10s to £16 0a Od ; good do, 4B Its to £10 0a; seoond and lighter do, Ob to 0s ; gsma pens of cow a, £7 9a to £§ 2a; good do, £6 10s to £7 5s Fat Calves—660 penned Prima ateerB heifere, £4 10b to £5 15s Od; prime eelvoi, 45a to &&a ; boat small calves, 20a to 22a

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonweath" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

•USTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS ? [Where the term "The <Jommon R-eaJtih" is used in connection with these rate® and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTEllS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth .. 0 1 For delivery in t31« British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torre® Islands .. 0 2 For delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CARDS. ''or delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. eada; reply, Id. each half, •or delivery in bhe British Empire (sec list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle. Id. each. .^or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, id. each, '•'or delivery in other plaoes— Single, 24d. eaoh. POST CARDS. Single Postoard# impressed with tlw id. stamp, a-nd Reply or double cards, eaoh half of whiob has the Id. stamp impreosed wiereon, way be transmitted to plaoes within the Commonwealth, and to those pkoes, enumerated undei "Letters." to whi...

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THE WRONG DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

THE WRONG DOCTOR. At the time when Josephine Wessely, the great singer, excited so much enthusiasm at Leipzig, a student called on the .famous Dr. Thiersch, cpmplaining of a. severe pain in his right arm. On examination', Thiersch found that one of the.sinews of. the arm wag displaced, and asked the student how it hap pened. The young man' stated that he had assisted in dragging the fair artiste's car riage from the theatre to her hotel. " Mj good friend," said the doctor, " in that case I can do nothing for you. You will really have to consult a veterinary surgeon, who understands the treatment of horses and MBOO." Old Lady: "You are sure this is carbonate 5f soda, not arsenio?" Chemist (amlibl,) wailing at the lady's fears); " Quite certain pa'am. Tryit."

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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USEFUL HINTS. TO GET RID OF MOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

USEFUL HINTS. TO GET RID OF MOTHS. When onoe moths get into a room it is difficult to extirpate them. A contemporary gives, however, the following process for de stroying them, which is easy and worthy of trial:—Close :all the windows and all the doors leading from the room about to undergo treatment: open wide each drawer and clo set" arid hang the' conterils; over- chairs :or upon a clotheshorse brought' into the room for the occasion,, Take a piece of gum oam phor as large as a hazelnut for an ordinary room (as largo as a walnut for a room 50ft. by 16ft.), put it into an iron pot, and place the latter within another iron pot or upon' an iron stand. Set fire to the camphor. ! It burns very-fiercely, so set it at a safe dis tance from furniture or hangings; the middle of the room is the best place for it, unless this he lirectly under a chandelier, in which case it can be placed more towards the side, <bb the heat is apt to injure the gilding or bronze. The dense .smoke ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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AMUSING ANSWERS OF WITNESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

AMUSING ANSWERS- OF WIT NESSES." It has lometimeB happenod that a Uwyei has, in tie language of the street, "given himself a't-ay" to a smart adversary. Garrow did this once'when examining a witness in the Court of Queen's Bench. " Are you a fortune-teller ? ho nskefl. " I am not," replied the man ; '♦ but I ean tell yours." The shrewd counsel tripped, and waa worsted. " What ia that to be ?" said ho. " Why, sir," -was the sly response, " as fou mado your first speech at the Old Bailey, 10 you will make your last there." In like manner, arguing before a jury of Judges, an over-smart counsel stopped short in his pleading. He was' confident of obtain fog a successful result, and Lord Newton rexed him by seeming to be in deep slumber. Addressing the other Lords on the bench, he laid, " My Lords, it is unnecessary to go on, is Lord Newton is fast asleep." What was his consternation when an mswer came. " Ay. ay," cried the anpr.y Judge, " you will Bave proof of that by-and-bye." j And to...

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"MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE," [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

" MONSIEUR SHAKESPEARE,^ Mr: George Moore, the novelist, once i' "I a play at the Odeon, in I'aris, jand ;r she.,same time an adaptation of '■ *»:hello ".was being rehearsed at; the (. v-'-"o theatre.' One morning he called to " r ilie managec.:. What nanie shall I >•••. monsieur?" asked the doorkeeper. ' ' •'! M. Porelo-that the English author •.'' . -^e play has beep accepted desires to 'him." The doorkeeper went- towards i• •• manager's room. "There is a Icman tn ihe hall who tells me he. is »'• Kn^lt'sh-author whose play has ?just ! •• .lccepted,''he said to him. "Quite '• answered the manager; " send 1 • • in. Monsieur Shakespeare, no ? , ■ i .iong the most blessed of all contil of Nature is that whi< h prevent# " - • from being disturbed by iii» ow* nn|t»

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HAY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

Is A It iVAUUivl Jles.ilt J. ifcll'il :8 t ..tiU ; — waueer, xio iUa to i-ii ; u ^ :>.■ to £4; ciuffing sheaves, .a.:.' i"-; • .2 i.>.< ; Straw : Victoriac, £2 to - y i ; i;i - manian, £3 5s to £'6 7s O'd ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

OLD PUNISHMENT FOR BANKRUPTCY.' lnw-an early and rude state of society bankruptcy is always looked upon with harshness, and punished cruelly ; and perhaps it is really "then less excusable . thap,it, becomes when commerce ismore adxiah^edi'and, tthe. return's , of transajc-" tions.are less certainly to be depended onV - Even'Venice in old times had its stonetif ^hame for bankrupts; i EdTribdrgK''f6llowed the' example ol that mercantiie city, arid "set up -one jo/ ber-pvvh in .the^beginning .of vthe. seven teenth^ ^century,.. In 1606, the Privy. , Council ordered.the magistrates of the Scottish .metropolis to erect "a pillory' Df hewn stone, near the Market Cross: jpon the hea.olthereof a seat to be macfci whereupon.in,time coming shall be set ill dyvours (bankrupts), who shall kil ?;; '.here one market-day, from ten hours in " ihe Yriorning till one liour after dinner." The unfortunates were obliged to wear. i yellow bonnet oft these occasions: aiid "' : for ever after (the livery o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

M EaL r Q N- — | UNDER NEW MANAGEMEL ! TV/I K F.W. CLAiiK. announces to the pu. > iXL o£ Meitoa and the suirounuu.^ districts, that, having taken the Golden Fleece Hotel, he is prepared to eater fur their wants in a iirat-class manner, and hopuo, by civility and attention, to merit a share ul lueir patronage. Best of Wines, Spirits, etc , kept. CABS meet all Train. Good ^tables and .Loose Boxes. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Moderate Tariff. gw HODGSON SIMMONDS, . Eyesight5 Specialist, fcS.M.C. ^F.B.O.A., London; Fellow-:: Spec tacle,Makers Company ; Fellow.Britisu ^Optical Association, WILL'.be injattcndance until,5 p.m. on FRIDAY, MAY 30th, and during •:he following week. Ko Charge for Advice or Testing. DA? HANK'S VICTOKIAN^HOTEL, GISBOUNE. J. K JENNINGS & MclNNES SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN. STOCK AND STATION AGENTS. 411 BOURKE STREET, (Opposite iKirk's Bazaar). SALES conducted at Newmarket : Tuesday Sheep ; Wednesday, Gallic. Corpora lion Yards; Thursday, i'igs and ...

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REMARKABLE COINING STORY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

IEMARKABLE COINING STORY £r # In the spring of 1746 an elderly woman ;av.e information against her maid for oining, and the trial came on at the old lailey. The mistress deposed that having been fcftt a widow several Years, with four hildren, and no possibility of maintain og them, she had taken to coining ; that he used to buy old pewter pots, out of rhich she made as many shillings,; etc., is she could pass for three pounds, and hat by this practice she had bred up heiv ihildren, bound them' out apprentices, ;nd set herself up in a little shop, by rhich she had got a comfortable liveli lood ; that she had now given over coin «ig, and indicted her maid as accom plice. The maid, in her defence, said J$at > "when her mistress hired her she told ~ ■er.that, she did something up in a garret into-which she must never inquire ; that; all she knew of the matter was that her mistress had often given her moulds tc dean, which she didt as it was her duty; that, indted, she had sometimes s...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne is on Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JANUAKY 16, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

a is . 11 P 7^j: s »i S« j) <*r" ■ fS .L , HI'KMSH l-;i> avi;l;> !'!<[.. a V. 11 h Etc?/ ' 7'Ac UUborne Qazrtte is.n.n Advertising JMtdhnn of the Oitthornc, Hit'I/on, Bulla, Rom try, ib Jfucehn* Mursk Shim Council* FRIDAY, JANUAKY lri, !!)U The Bay Exrrnsiox—Full particulars nl the District P>av [excursion to Sorrento on the '2nd prox.. will lie found in our .'idvcrtising columns. .People will do ucll to gel their tickets in lime, as the : number the boat will carry is limited. PttorosET> \ alratiox—The motion for a new valuation of the Bacchus Marsh shire was lost l>y 5 votes to 7. DFi.zcr.irr: FRo.tr Victoria — At n largely attended meeting held in the Cathedral .[Tali. Melbourne, Wednes- I day evening, it was unanimously resolved thai Dr iS, M, O'Donnell should be ap pointed a delegate to represent: Victoria at the opening of the Irish National 'Parliament. It is expected that the Home Rule Bill will automatically be come law in June next. The...

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PAYING AND CHOOSING [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

• PAYING AND CHOOStm r When yon watch the rustics rally, With and wondering stats* C Bound the shrine of Old Aunt Sally At the country village fair. How the jhowman bellows near yon, With a loud, persuasive voioe, " Come, my noble gents, 'tis here yoa Pays yer money, takes yer choice 1" When some bumpkin, disappointed, With a visage boding ill, ftailn, in sentences disjointed, At his curious lack of skill. la the prospect of a row yon'vo Heard the showman's ohange of voloa •• Git away, you idiot, now 1 You'va Paid yer money, took yer choice." When, with Learning's sweet possession For the future you prepare, How you scan the world's profession, With ambition that is rare. With each vision .at command, yoo Bid your foolish heart rejoide, Every door seems open, nnd you " Pays yer money, takes yer choice." When, of struggling sick and weary, Turns your tired and hopeless via® With a wish to quit your dreary. Path for fields nnd pastures new, How the sentenoe echoes o'er you, f Like the...

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STAFF BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

STAFF BALL. <*, The best staff ball ever held, was the opinion of the two hundred and lii'ty odd- guests who accepted the siniT.s invitation to be present at the t,',\ ('iity-Uiird annual ball held in the concert hail at the Sun bury Hospital lor the Jnsane on New Year's Eve; and for the first time in the history of this event the gathering was hon oured by the presence of the Inspec tor-General of Insane (Dr. W. E. Jones), and the representative of the Legislative Council for the district , Uhe Hon. Russell Clarke, M.L.C.). Mrs. Jones, gowned in black lace over green silk, and Mrs. .Clarke, in a handsome grey dress, were also present. Mr. Kenda.ll, ALL.A., who had expressed his intention of being present, had at the last moment, ow in;;' to indisposition, to send an. apology. ' j The room was artistically deco- ) rated with greenery and artificial ! Powers, awl two rows of pillars < down the room were 'beautified with rushes, with artificial llowers effec- i l...

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Fire at Macedon. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

l-'j-p at Alaceclon. At the same time, Mount Macedon j iras enveloped in smoke, caused by I . a lire on the western slope, which burned steadily for several days. There has not been a Ijiyr fire ou this side of the Mount for about five or six years, and the growth of scrub since provided ernple fuel. Mere, too, the Ore fielders were on the qii/i vhe to prou'ct Ihrentuned pro perties. Ui! Saturday thel'e were dense volumes of smoke about Government Cot! ace, and the pro perty of Mi-. P>;i w den and others on the ursirrn slope wits threat ened, ar. t 'ne wind a'-; bring ing the llnnic:; around Urn shoul der of ; he Mount towards the south. C.ood v. iu'k was, however, done in stay nn.: 'he advance of t Vie fire in this direct ion. A change of wind towards the south-west, as could be seen by the volumes of smoke along the crest of the range, Carried the tire away to the north east, in the direction of Hanging Pock. The rain on Monday w? pro vidential, as. with so much scrub nmouldeii...

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LIST OF DEESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

LIST OF DEESSES. Mrs. M. Bell, white voile. Mvu. A. F. Boardmau. cream lace robe over silk and lace. Mrs. F. Billiet, wliite broderie An glais. Miss C. Bubeek, sea foam crepe de chine. • Miss Breen, Miss Hook of Holland. Miss B. Burrows, salmon pink, overdress of pale pink ninon. Miss Jslii Burrows, Quakqr Girl. Miss F. Bubeck, i>ink crepe, with opal trimming. Miss Beattie, wliite lace over wliite Miss Vi. Beattie, white frock of silk, and net floral sash. Mrs. Loel Collins, black crepe de chine. Mrs. J. Connellan, white corded silk, guipure trimming. Miss A. Curtis, Billiards. Miss N. Curtis, cream silk, with maltese laoe and silver trimming. Miss M. Corrigan, crcam silk, mal tese lace trimming, sash of apricot satin. Miss L. Cahill. frock of pale blue. Miss F. Carlson, frock of cream Indian Bilk. ' Miss Coolahau. Night. Miss Una Davie, white silk relieved with pink. Miss R. Daly, white satin. Miss M. Dolan, Ma-Mie-Rosette. Miss Jean Douige, Irish Colleen. Mr. Alf. Duncan, Hajj,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

SHR£ OF GISBORNf EXTKAOR D[NA RI" KL15CTJON of ON li COUNCILLOR — MACEDON BIDING. OTR'F, is hereby pi-vn that ;tn Ex troardinary Selection. of One tO lift tilt' Wctuury retirement of Cr. Richabd -He.* ley. Every Candidate at such election must be nominated at the office of; the Council, Gisborne, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m., and & o'clock p.m., on or before the .Nomination Day. viz., THURSDAY, the 22nd day of JAN LAKY, 1914-, by the delivery to my deputy, Mr L. H. Sanibell, at the Shire Office, Gisborne, of a Notu '• ination Paper, in accordance with the f provisions of the Local Government Act, < 1903. j ARTHUR TURNER, j Returning Officer, Macedon Riding Shire Office, Gisborne, 15/1/14. MONDAY. 2nd. FEB . 1914 TWELFTH ANNUAL SCHOOLS TO SORRENTO Per P.-i. H Y G E I A, Fr >m WOODEN U, GlsROENK, RAC CHUS M A US 11. .MELTON, bUNBURY DISTRICTS. ind A Pubmc Holiday th-oughout the Respective Shire?-, THE T111 P CF THE YEAR. Secure Your Tickets Early. Note.—I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

R u m M Y O N M P S CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAMYON 'S"PHAilMACY. j And at MORTLAKE and Phone 1'S VT T\ ' burrawa. — 11. vv UU U biN D. I By Special Appointment to His Bx-'eHencj, S'rc John 31. F. Hart , K.C.MJl. j 0 - This is the mosFreliable Pharmacy in the district, where iju tlit-v is of first j importance. We want to please you and m.ike you a ovular visitor at ihv Pharmacy, whether you bay or not. Therein "need for~ycrrr lo yo , j.-ewhere Von will be treated wellTrTevery way. - — EYEtjfG ITT TESTED K1!EE. Seven-tenths of all hcarfacbes have their origin in straimnl vision. Vi-oper!, fitted Glasses tvill entirely remove the cause, I have the most modern complete •utfit for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects, While yi»u are thinking about it, make up your mind to come here foi Glasses, PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CAT'PI.K M KDIClNKK reduced to Town Prices of all descriptions. Teeth EXTKACTBD PaUi'LKsslV. Orders by return mail, rail, or ciarh. If your Hair is turning grey, us...

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