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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

F. uaMYON M-P-S- — ■■CHEMIST 0 P T I C I A N. DAMYONS PHA.RMAriv iii. ADd "boR0S1ke= 1J,;r woodenD By Special Appointment to I1U ExcMaicj. Sir -lu/ni M. F. Fuller, Bart., K.C.AI.O. -0 THK is the most reliable Pharmacy in the district, where Quality is of lirst importance. We want to please you and make you a regular visitor at ih? Pharmacy, whether you bay or not. There is nneed for you to go elsewhere You will be treated well in every way. * EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. Seven-tenths of all headaches have their origin in strained vision. Properly fitted Glasses will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete outfit for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you arc thinking about it, make up vour mind to come htrc foi Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES seduced to Town Prices. of all descriptions. Teeth Kxtkacted Paixlkssly. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach, If your Hair is turning grey, use the great Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will mate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

BS A dose or two is generally sufficient £ j H KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE HOUSE [ \ ' H ' SOLD hy all CHEMISTS and STORES jj*' | MO i SGE MB H. mTlOQNEY (G.M.y.O.) VETERINARY SUEGEON v7il! risit (lisborno regularly on SALS L>.AY3. Ali kludti til doincst!o*tcd feolaialr 'iitmiac to. - AH iolu^r.-iiio will rocol^ ^fcumtfon . Mr. ..Loo.oey.. Ssa»y . bf. ti ■ Ct! Days, Oasir»i>;i.(? » .specialty. All kinds) c! CC321.S3&S .-.DimAla ittecriod to. I and sowillyou;be! „ m IF YOU-USE TKE SAME OIL, fe ?-t at '!SAF£TY« BRAKES | g- IS UNSURPASSED. & £i S.f:P'A,RATCR. f one price p 8- STScSPP&ft. | f?*zr |» K ISA. RVESTER.lt &f? If $ REAPER. I f%9a'£n p H & jBINDER, V,"SMffffS. k ORDER IN bulk & savc money £ NOT ONI* IN cost but IN FREIGHT. f| I gj 7??^a/ze- ? Q p I FOR TM ■8E5TG/EVEfflrTHIWC GOTO | THE ©ISSOENB tfs a sXTPspcp'ti? J IxAAJa A 1 Jea iaofiipj Printing and PllDIiSillGO Wo.ts, AITKEN STREET, GISBORNE. THE ••GAZETTE" Olwclaias all throug...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

M-'JLBOUliiNK PI>j it DAiliV OA I'll.J. MARKKT. _ .Bent good-ionditionud stores, '2Is to 2rja slips, 11a to lis; suckers, 5a to )0s; porkerf>, heavy weights, SSi to -l(Jj; prima serviceable weights, 33s to 32s ; light;. '27 s • to 30s; baconers, prime, oi)s tv otfs ; i-* im 60a to 64s; light, 38s u{jw<ttd.i I'.ick fattera, extra prime heavy tats, £3 1 Oi i-: K4 18s; bulk prime aud \YUf>liiy, jj.'i to £4 ; roughs, from 30-i DAniY Cattle—Milkers, best, j;;i ir.s to £14; good do., £7 ]5s to if ; ui,U.\ ipringfci'S : Best, £7 10s to £8 10 ; coiuik-. £9 15s ; good <io., L(j IUj to J,7 ;",a ; uih-.-j.-', LI ; spriugiug heit'eis, LI to L"> 5.- : i'. ,v iSnoiee forward heifers, L7 !<>;; oi:u-is. !,. ;.j o L3 15s. Fat co*s, L'» to L7 5j ; ijo.ti gooduo., L-l 15s to L5 10s; iitueis. Ms si;..

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

COMfvibRGIAL $, MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday Fax Sheep. — Quotations : — I'rime ©asbreA'wethers, 17s 01 to IS.-i Od ; good to 16s 9d; prime crossbred awes, 14 ■>d to 15b 9'1; good do., 12s (J 1 to .3i li t ; )rime merino wethers, los 'J,i to 17s u.i ; good do., 13s 6d to 15s Ou. .Fat Lambs—Priino sold at from 11a Od o 16a Oil; extra, J Gs Od to ISj U I ; yo-jii, 9d to 13a Od. Wednesday Fat Cattle—2-160 yarded 1'iiiuu Uii ooks sold at Iroui £L1 0s to £li! iO.-i U : ; extra do., £13 iOi to £15 0s Od ; goud u... .£8 15s to £10 On; seeoud aud ligtitur ilu, 7 0a to iJS Oaj prime yeiia of cows, £7 ! 0a to £U 2 j ; g jiJ a da, £0 L j i to £7 5 j gFAT Calves—G'60 penned Prime liLu.ns ■nd'heifere, £4 10s to £5 10d ud; prim calves, 45s to 55s ; best email cuivys, -Uj to 32a

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

MECHANICS' HALL, GI^BOUNE A Gra>"D National Concert — Tn bo followed by a BALL' — Tn aid of the Gisb(iri:o Paro-jhi.«! vchools, will be hold on IUES1)\\, AItC 11 17 (~t. Patrick's D;ty) Mkliiotjrnk Leading Ahtists Commence 8 p.m sharp AUMISSIi >>T : _ Co cert and Ball, 2s 6d : Concert or Ball, Is GJ Iti freshnmnts at Bill, Gd ",'e.iil Mile Faillhe." F. 11. I.KVaCK, Hon See. \ %] li ITT ION OFI^ICKS will be received at v * tlio cost Oliiees, Woulend, Mncedoti, Kiddell, and Kyne.on, until 3 p.m. on the lS'h March, 1 [U• {. fur the stipplv and delivery f Oo > OUNIJ WOUUliA PO..E6 at the IN st. Oflice, H'oodeiid. Full paiticu'ars at the Post OJlicej named. AGAR WYNNE, Postmaster-General, Post iiimr! or-G( iVM-aPs Department. Mi-bourne, 5ih March, '911, (IJH'0 F 0^1 — 3 'J liil I* i'tKK. 1 whitf, strawber y JLj licml iiud n.ck. 1 roan aud wbit , ami 1 yellow l-rindle. All branded C on milking side, and earmarked. .£1 reward, infor mation to Gazettic Ofkich Riddel I's Creek Fa...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

In Memoriam. IWcOOUKELL—In loving memory of our do.-ir mo! her, Kami] McCorkcll who died at "Cri'-liton." Toolern Vale, on the 12th March, 1908. Often our thoughts do wander,' To s grave no1/ f ir aw<ty, Where we laid our darling mother, >ix long years «g'> to-dny Von arc always in our thought?, dear mother, "l'is sweet to s,"'0:ilc thy n.inie ; In Iifi> we loved v-'U deary, In death we dothesume. —Inserted by her loving family.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

RIDDELL (From Our Own Oirivspomienl.) Tuesday. The .Minister for Water Supply (Mi*, j; . W. Hutchinson), the chairman of the State Hi vers and Wa b r#Supply Com - mission (Mr. t a ttam.cli), with Mi. Thomas Murray, U.K., of the Water Supply department, came here on Sat'u (.lav last, in connection with the wiiUt trouble that has so lung existed, and by which the summer flow oi Uiddell's Creek is depleted, when there is-any duration ol' dry weather. About three weeks ago the stream stopped flowing, and protests were sent to the authorities that the obligation of the Sunbury Water Trust regarding the legal amount of continentalion water due to the Hid • dell s Creek from the Sunbury main was not being lullilled. 'i he Minister for Water Supply and the Chairman oi iiie Water Lommission were asked b.\' the member lor the district, (the lion. A. U. Hoberison i to come and see lor themselves the state of the stream, out those gentlemen could not, i.h'--n come, and the earliest dato tO'c a ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MARINE MONSTERS. THK STORY TOLD BY A VERA CROUS SEA CAPTIAN. A Hand-to-hand Encounter off Ha[?]ceras with Long-armed Monsters of the Deep—Several of Them Captured. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

MARINE MONSTERS, : THK STORY told by \ YERA. ( i >i:s sl:a captain. " j a IT.; in!•« o-li ;i nfl Encounter off I!ai (I'i'.'K with Ijoiiff-armefl Mon f.t ors of i ho I)ccp—Several of Them Capturrd. • Captain Ghr^.i, of the Schooner Abbv (' 111• r•:i. now lying at Bulson street wharf, ('.-iin.-icii, saw strange things off Capo 1:ivi::s on his vovage to this port. Ho' ii imi claim to have scon the sea-ser- • i•••!!t. but. he did see a number of mon of the deep that put all well-cred i: (-•'I sea storie-in the .shade. The cap tnii) i< a man wlio.se veracity is not to be doubted. The captain brought his ves sel Front Rio do Janiero, and it was when twenty miles oil Cape Ilatterns that lie. ran into a school of sea monsters such as - lie had never before seen. The monsters were sighted by one of the crew. They were nearly a hundred yards- ahead of the and were' ap parently rushing toward her. When first seen by the* sailors they thought the ship was running into a floating i...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

RIFLE SHOOTING. Tlio second shoot in the aggregate and silver spoon competition took place on the local range, on Saturday. The con ditions were 15 shots and 2 sighters at HOG yards. The following are the scores :— OlV liille H'c.p Total E. Cherry 66 2 68 D. Benson 63 — 63 G. Mitchell 58 •5 63 T. Caspar 43 15 58 T. White 48 7 55 W. Modcn 41 14 55 P. Young 4-9 5 54 H. Slade U 14 48

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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

TOOLERN VALE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. The opening shoot of the Toolcrn Vale Gun Clul>'s 101 -I; season, was held 011 Saturday last, and though llie weather was warm a very enjoyable afternoon's sport was participated in. A good lot of birds was provided, testing the skill of the guns in a marked degree. Members were present l'rom Gisborne, Melton anil Bacchus Marsh. Results—Hydraulic Trophy, 4th competition :—T. Condon", 12 kill; G. Funston, runner-up, 11 kills. Sweeps :—No 1, G. Funston, T. Burton, A- kills; 2, T. Condon, 11 kills, "Paddy," and G. Jougcbloed. 10 kills; 3 (oil box), L. Muniaae, G. Funston, 3 kills ; 4 (off box), "Paddy," T. Burton, G. Funston, and G. Jongebloed, 3 kills. At the next meeting of the club, on the 1th of April, there will be a first competition for a "llolloway" gun. This should prove an interesting item. Ou this day, the club will hold the annual "ladies' day," which in the past, lias proved so attractive to [ shooters, and so pleasan...

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GISBORNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

UlSIiORjS'E RAGES. Though there were indications 01 a cliunge oil Monday evening, the weather cleared up, and iuesday, though somewhat warm, was an ideal day for racing. There was a large attendance at the Uisborno races, the Melbourne special bring ing a large crowd. There was also a large number ot' motors. The following were the oilicu-beur ers, all of whom did their work well :—President, Dr. Daly; vice-pre sidents, Messrs. JL'ower, \V. Brady, and 11. Pierce; treasurer, Mr. Ii. G. Dixon; judgo, Mr. 1'. Woods ; starter, Mr. M. Fitzgerald; clerk oi course, Mr. (J. Martin; clex-k of scales, Mr. C. Whiting; timekeeper, Mr. J. Frith; handicapper, Mr. Cox; hon. surgeon, Dr. Daly; stewards, Messrs. Frith, Gorman, Pierce, J. Kelly, W. Brady, Tower, A. Mac l'herson, and J3. Manley; pony mea surers, Messrs. Frith and Woods ; works committee, Messrs. Tower, J. Bird, W. Brady, F. Davis, and sec retary. The secretary, Mr. (J. F. Swinburne, is Jx> be congratulated on Che excellence of his ...

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THE LABOUR PARTY AND SOCIALISM. To the Editor "Gisborne Gazette." [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

THE LABOUR PARTY A\D SOCIALISM. To Ilia Kditor "tiisborno Ci.i/.ctto." on,—jyu who wish to be fuir will grant Up.t. the .Labour party have a definite policy, which they publish, and which they honestly endeavour to carry out if given power by the people. The sincerity of this party is undoubted, and therefore one won ders that with the power and iniiu ence they havo so little is done which is of real benefit to the peo ple. Is it because the sincerity of this party is equalled by its ignor ance ? Any student of political economy could, for instance, have foretold that the increase of pay ob tained for the workers by means of wages boards, etc., would all be ab sorbed by an. equivalent increase of prices. And the old age pension fund appeals to the mind of overy one as a security of comfort to those who are past the age when they can hold their own in the in dustrial struggle. It is nevertheless a harmful measure, useful to hide the fact that the .Labour party makes no effort to remo...

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BENEATH HER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

]3i:xeAtii her. Mrs. Sharp—What is the matter with Mr.°, Portley? She has always been aris toer.itin and dignified, and they say she is gelling very peculiar. Mrs. Keen—Yes, I hear she walks in her sleep. Mrs. Sharp—Walk in her sleep? Oh, uo, my dear Mrs. Keen. She might drive in her sleep, but she has too much I regara tor appenrances w walk,' -[Amon«i fU, ... / 1

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MELTON Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

MELTON (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday Mr John Ferris, of Tooleru Vale, met with ;i very painful and serious accident last week, owing to the horses attached to a cultivator shying and turning the implement over on him. lie was nl tend ed to by Dr Daly, and is progressing favorably. Mr "NY. Hill, a carpenter, for some years resident here, died on Friday last from disease of the kidneys. J lis remains were interred 011 Saturday. Mrs Fogarty, of Kockbank, died 011 Saturday evening. She had been ailing for some time, and her end was not unex pected. A. large Innmber of residents attended her funeral 011 Monday. The continued heat is causing a run on the reservoir, but there is sullieient supply for some months requirements. There is not much in the creek for 1 lie stock. Hay-carters and others arc de riving great benefit from the council dam 011 the Station road. Several appeals hare been lodged against the recent valuation of the Shire of iiraybrook. There is a sum of money to...

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PRINTED THE FUNERAL CARDS. A Western Editor Who Thinks That Tact Will Untie Gordian Knots. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

PRINTED THE FUNERAL CARDS. A Western Editor Who Thinks Tliat Taol Will Untie Gordlan Knots. "You men who get out newspapers in the East," he said, "don't know what trials are. "Out West, "where I am run-fl ning 'The Dogtown Liar,' with the be.st B job printing establishment in thel country, we have problems to meet f that are problems. Of course I don't ^ know much about the real genuine newspaper business. I went out there on a 'bluff,' started the concern on a 'bluff,' and have mn it ever since on the small 'bluff.' But I have tact and that is what is needed by a Dogtown editor. Between you and me the peo ple out there think that the paper is a wonder, aud if ever they get the chance they will send me to Congress. "We were speaking of problems and tact, though. Let me give you an ex ample. I am editor, business manager, superintendent of the job office and everything else. As I said before, I don't know much about any of these callings, but I make my little 'bluff,' and generally ...

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St Patrick's Day at Gisborne. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

St Patrick's Day at Gisborne On Tuesday next (St. Pal rick's Pay) sports in aid of the Gisborne B.C. parochial schools will be held on the Fslaud. Large entries have been received, and an enjoyable day is assured. The entries and handicaps fur the principal events are as follows - Sukkfikld IIANincAi'.—11. Boss, 3 yards, \V. Madigan 0, W. Gerber S, .1. fvenneally t), J. limine 10, E. McCashney 11, 15. Smith, B. Edmonds, J. Carroll. E. Pretty 12. • Qcahtkr-M lle.—if. Boss. J. Dunne. 15 yds; B. Smith. J. Kenneally, E. McCashney, 20 ; M. Murray, E. Pretty, 30. Woo lienor.— L. Alaloney, scr.; C. llaire and .lohnson, £ sees, blul; G. Braine, 15 sees blul; L\ Caspar, 20 sees blul; W*. Eitzgrrald, 25 sees bhd. In the evening, a grand national con cert, to be followed by a ball, will be held in the Mechanics' Hall, and a tirst elass programme has been arranged. The concert will commence at 8 p.m. shrrp. Tile following artisls will appear :—• Messrs J. Byrne, .J. C. Hickey, .J. Kernan, E. Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

CALICO rOSTKRS T ii JCATF.'CAI POSTER* E!Ll.tfi£AD8 ^ t>Kl.ir vUV BOoKri l>'ciiUH.'!. uifc ■ ' lit.'siNiiss emeu - . QATA LOG L" K3 FaMi'ULKTc} - ME3JOU5AM UA I&TG.. KTC cSssiiH&h'M givrn for ; ai khsd.s «f 8>rs^rj«g. '©TAT80NE.RY Supplied. NoIl- I'«tn.r. K»v Etc., ai ansi UuIp.w Jietoourru; ' Mourning Note, Foreign Cerreapoa danos, Visiting Carda, Eto. WHY go to Melbourne -wl* ■/ou can gdi eirarylhing wa nI in Your Q^ *» O' 'UNOS CHEAPER THAN OTHERS High prices are only necesMiry when men have to be paid t . t salariestodrive round the couni v pestering you to buy a machine whether you vant it or rot. WARD BROS. cmployno Country Canvassers! That.-} why tluy sell a tip top machiu* puarantfcd lor years,-freight paid ^*4 less than others on easy terms. When yon waut amachuic buy direct from "WARD UROS.nrd save j-our hard eanird money. I litis: rated Catalogs post free on request. Write for ouo to-day. Machines of nil makes repaired, Needles and I'a 11 s suppli...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 13 March 1914

I "uSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where ihe term "The ^ornmoa irealth" is used in connection with theso rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord tiowe Island, aud Norfolk Island.J LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the British Em pire 0 1 •'or delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 ■'or delivery in other places .... 0 2i LETTER CARDS. or delivery within the Cotninor,wealth : Single, Id. eacJa; reply, Id. t-nch half, or delivery in the British Empire (sec list of i>laces under "Letters )—Sin gle, Id. each. or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each, or delivery in other places— Single, 2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcard* impressed with th« id. stamp, and R^ply or double cards, •ach half of which hae the 1<1. stamp impressed thereon, may be tranamittod to pluoes within tho Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated under "Lettera," to whio...

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OLD CAMP MEETING. Trials of the Metholist Preacher Ninety Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 20 March 1914

OLD QAM° MBBTINOt ~j Trials of tba Slttbcdlit Pmsohgr Jflnety' TToaro Ago. »f!f It is difficult .for the present gen era-'• tion of Methodist preachers to appreoi-i oto the tofis of their predecossors in! the West and South, during the early; veare of the century,- The labor of> riding a oirouit" waa inorediby great. Poads "were mere bridle paths through, the wilderness; there vera no bridges;! streams narrow and shallow were, forded; when deep and wide th$ rider' tied ids dothe3 in a bundle on hia head and forced his horse tti swim. Often.' there was not even the scuiblancQ of a> road, and the preaoher found his- way' by the compass, or, if he had none, by: the course of the son by day and by the stars by night. II he lost his course, there was nothing for hid to do but camp out all night. If he had the means he built a fire to so arts away the wolves, bears, and even the more dreaded panthers. If the wild beasts were not numerous, he slept, but if he; saw half a dozen pairs ...

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Why Won't Men Be Sincere with Themselves. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 20 March 1914

lfiiy Won't Men Be Sincere with ^ Theinselres. It is th« custom of many persona t; purchase, at the end of each year, diaries,", in -which they propose to set dojrn- theit daily thoughts and acts— to write, in faot, their own private his tories in a series of annual volumes. As these autobiographical memo randa arc only intended, for the eyes of tHeparties who commit them to paper, it might be thought that they would be candid; and authentic. But this ip sel dom the case. Few men are entirely sincere, even with themselves. Few *re willing to paint themselves as they really are and know themselves to be, even though none but themselves can contemplate the pioture. 3? Unquestionably hundreds of indi viduals, who keep diaries, tell fibs, pverreach their neighbors, are guilty of detraction, repay good with evil, put an enemy in their mouths to steal away their brains, use profane language, and in'other ways transgress the moral law. published to-morrow, no such entries as "to-day I lied...

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