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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Induction Service at Gisborne. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Induction Service at OJisbornc. There was a large attendance in St. Faul's Church, Gisborne, on Fri day evening, when the new incum bent, the Rev. H. F. Miller, formerly of St. Saviour's, Collingwoocl, was formally installed. The service was c6nducted by the Rev. I). I)easy, of St. Columb's, Hawthorn. As we stated in our last issue, Mr. Miller has had a varied career and interesting experiences. He was or dained by Bishop Goe, and after serving in several Victorian parishes, he went further afield in connection with the work of the Brit ish and Foreign .Bible Society. While in the Philippines he translated the jS'ow Testament into the language of the country. It was while he was incumbent of St. Saviour's, Colling wood, that he was appointed to St. Paul's, Gisborne. The order of service for the insti tution or induction of a priest is most interesting, and it should be ' needless to remark that Mr. Densy was very impressive all through. He took for his text the wo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
F. UAMYON CHEMIST MPS- — OPTICIAN. BAMYONS PHARMACY. WOODEND Asd at MOBTLAKE and Phone B^RKAWA. 11. &£ Spscrii Appointment to His Excdkncy, Sir John M. F. Fulltr, Bart., K.C.M.O. 0 P^nHI-S 3 the most reliable Phurtnacy in the district, where Quality is of first -4. tspcffteiiet). We want to please you and make you a regular -visitor at' the whether you bay or not. There is nneod for you to go elsewhere You "iii ist Vt«&ted well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. tenths of all headachwj have their origin in strained vision. Properh' tiUe>$. ;*«oa will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete viatidi for tka Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking c!:■•>£t it, make up yonr miad to come hare for Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES ysrdoccd t® Totts Prices. of nil descriptions Sx^SACTED Painlksslt. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. If jszs Hair is turning grey, me the great Sulphur Hair Rtstorer. I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
Heame's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where " Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, aa taken at the beginning, a dose or cwo is generally sufficient, and * complete cure is certain. t by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors NOTICE. ME H. M, LOONE1 (G.M.V.CJ.) VETERINARY SURGEON Will visit Giaborao regularly on SALB DAYS. All kinds of domoatioated anlmalr attended to. All telegrams will reosis guro...
MELTON SHIBE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
MELTON SHIBE COUNCIL The ordinary meeting of the aibove ! : Council was held on the 28th ult. There were present: Crs. Greene (president), Browne, Kinnersly, Leake, M'Pherson, Minns, and Rob inson. Correspondence. From J. R. Denning, re generator of memorial lamp, stating it would not work with any reliance, and offering to supply new one for £3.— Offer accepted, conditionally on twelve months' guarantee on motion, Crs. Browne and Minus. From Railway Department, per Hon. A. R. Robertson, M.L.A., agree ing to telephone connection with the Melton railway station.—Referred to Postal Department, on motion CrB. Minns and Robinson. From-' Public! Health Department, re regulations as to cleansing.; ' glasses, etc., used on licensed pre mises.^Keferred to inspector. Board of Health Works.—Grant of £100 towards roads leading to railway stations, Council to spend like amount.—Decided to spend £100 each on Melton and Digger's Rest station roads. J. H. Hall, Esq., resignation as Councillor, Eas...
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
MINIMUM WFJGHT OF FISH. Barracoutta 4 oz Blackfish (• xeept blackfish taken from .streams flowing - northward from the Great Dividing Range) 4 oz Bream 5 ,, Bream, silver 5 >, Butter iisli 4 ,, Cat fish 4 ,, Crayfish—length 9 m Flathead 4 oz Flounder 6 ,, Garfish , • • 1 >> Grayling or Yarra Herring 2 ,, Ling 5 i, Luderick 6 ,, Mackerel 5 „ Mullett 2 ,, Murray Cod ljlb Murray Perch 8 oz Perch 5 „ Perch, English 4 „ Pike 6 „ Red Mullett .. 4 ,, Rock Cod 4 ,, Rough or Roughy 2 ,, Salmon Trout 2 )} Salmon, California 8 „ Salmon, English .. .. .. 8 „ Sand Mullet or Poddies .. C ,, Sclinapper 12 „ Silver Fish or Silver : Perch 4 „ Skipjack .. 4 „ Snook 4 ,, Sole 5 „ Stranger 2 „ Travale .. .. . .. 6 „ Trout of all kind, not indi genous to Victoria .. .. 8 „ Trumpeter 6 ,, "Whiting .. 4 „ Whiting. Sand 2 „ Yellow Tail Slba
Prayer that Didn't Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
Prayer that Didn't Pay. , I Sir Walter Scott was sitting in his i library one day when a tnll Bur clerer, who had boon eroding an inn, near by, entered and .said :— J "May it please you. Sir Waller, I. nra going to call my place ' The j ' Flodden Intl.' and ye've written a ' poem oti I'Moduon Fiols it struck! me and the guide wife that you might ! gie us a line for a. motto." I "Have .you read the poem ?" Sir Waller asked. "Ntie, sir; I'm nae a reader." "Well, I .should sulvi.se you to read the poem and take a line from it." "And what'll it be V" Sir 'Walter, without a smile, re plied, "Prink, weary traveller, drink and pray." " Hut," cried Boniface, aghast, "j»y inn's not a-kirk ; and the more prayin'~" there is the less dritikin' there'il be, and I dinna want that." "Oh," laughed the poet, "I think 1 can alter the line. ' Drink, weary . traveller, drink and pay.' " ! "The vorra thing!" shouted the other in delight. Lieutenant : "What on earth are you fellows doing V There hasn't b...
Wireless Works Best During Storms at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
Wireless Works Best Du ring Storms at Sea. Mysterious as the transmission of wireless messages seems to the aver- | age lay mind, there are phases con- j necled with wireless telegraphy whielij i bailie the scientiiic niincl as well. Certain atmospheric conditions are known to be more favourable to the transmission of wireless messages than others. Thus, the reach of an instrument is always longer at night, than in the daytime, and on a night following a cloudy day the reach is ninny times as long. The ideal condition for transmission is a! cloudy day across water, and many J scientiiic minds aro puzzling them-j selves to find some explanation fur; tin's. | Professor A. H, Taylor, on the j subject of wireless, calls attention: to the fact that the explanation ! usually accepted is hardly admissi-; ble. According to this theory j sunny (.lays cause ionization of the iiir, that is, they cause disinlepra-1 lion by ultra-violet rays. Hut I'ro- : fessor Taylor points out that ioni/.a- ; ...
PRINTED THE FUNERAL CARDS. A Western Editor Who Thinks That Tact Will Untie Gordian Knots. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
PRINTED THE FUNERAL CARDS. ? A Wostern Editor Who Thinks That Tsot ® 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 ning 'The Dogtown Liar,' with the best job printing establishment in the country, we have problems to meet 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 conoern on a 'bluff,' and have run 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, and 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 i everything else. As I said before, 11 don't know muoh about any of thesel callings, but I make my little 'bluff,' f and gene...
How Alcohol Makes You Slow and Inaccurate. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
How Alcohol Hakes You Slow and Inaccurate. Tho common theory that a small quantity of alcohol at the right time and place and in moderation is really helpful and serves to lu-ing out somu latent power of tho hody is not sustained by tho following experiments : The late Dr. Pudge made some ex periments at a hospital on a group of ten people, comprising medical students, porters, and nurses. He put up at tho end of a corridor a row of letters, and got each mem ber of tho group to walk slowly from the other end until the letters could bo read, of course changing tho order of the letters in each case. A mark was made on the floor to show tho spot where tho reading was done, and tho person's initials placed beside it. Then ho supplied them with beer in quanti ties ranging from half-a-pint to as little as one-sixteenth of a pint. ! On repenting the test, not one of the group could now read tho let ters at the spot where they for- ; merly stood ; all had to go j nearer. In no case was ther...
BENEATH HER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
BENEATH HER. Mrs. Sharp—What is the matter -with Mrs. Portley? She has always been aris tocratic) and dignified, and they say sho is getting very poculiar. Mrs. Keen—Yes, I hear ahe walks in her sleep. * *?> Mrs. Sharp—Walk in her sl^ep?. Oh, *o, my dear Mrs. Keen. She might drive in her sleep, but she has too much regard for appearances w walls, sa, -[Axdqi>j . &■
Student of Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
Student of Mature. ? "Thanks," said the tragedian, sot ling down his glass and absent mindedly pocketing my change, which lay upon the bar between us. "Many (.luniks fur your jjood opin ion. I always study from Nature —from Nature, sir. In my acting' you set: reflected Nature herself." "Try this cigar, said an admirer of Na.ture, reverently. "Now, where dill you study that expression of intense surprise thnt you assume in the .second act V "From Nature, sir; frt.ua Nature. To seeuro that expression I askeil an intimate personal friend to lend me five pounds. He ru'used. This caused me no surprise. 1 tried several more. .Finally, T struck one who was willing' to oblige me, and, os he handed me the money, I studied in a glass the expression of my own face. I saw there surprise, but it was not what I wanted. It was alloyed with suspicion that the sovereigns might be bad. I was in despair." "Well ?" said the other, breath lessly. "Then an idea struck me. I re solved upon a desperate cou...
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 — 3 April 1914
"uSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS -a [Where the term "The Oommoii fveaJtih" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in the Britiah Em pire 0 1 Por delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery in otJ»r pieces .... 0 2} LETTER CARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. half, •'or delivery in the Britiah Empire (set list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle, Id. each. °or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Ialanda—Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other places— Single, 2jd. eaoh. POST CARDS. Single Postcard* Impressed with tin Id. stamp, &nd Reply or double cards, eaoh half of which has the Id. starnx impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated undei "Letters." to which letters may ...
For Pulleys. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
For Pulleys. In the accompanying sketch, O represents a piocc of lino shafting which is used to carry pulleys driv ing various machines by leather belting. Curiously enough, a belt will not stay on a pulley with a rim. as shown bv the fiiruro A, but will creep tip over one of (lie ris ing' sides and come oil. All bells tend &lt;o run into the highest part of a drivinp pulley, and . for this reason pulleys are made with a rim, as shown by the figure 15. (il>bs— "Personal appearance is a helpful factor in business .success."' Dibbs—"Yes, nnd business success is a helpful factor in personal ap pearance."
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &e. Revised by J. M. Semmens, Chief Inj sp'.'ctor of Fisheries and Gamo. on 2nd Aprii, 1913: — the whole \ear. All Australian lauh.i, with tine excep tion 01 snakes, iu uie national parks and puhiic gardens acauthiziK) or LitS) aiit-e...-crs, porcupine, or ec-i.dnas. lkibb.crs. bears (see native :Wr^>, bee eaters," bitterns, bronze-winged and other wild pigeons, bustard, or wild turkey. ~ Calif orniau quail, caterpillar-catchers, chats (see ep ithianura,-), ccacb-wlnp birds cocki'.toos (black), crr.ncs, all birds*known as cranes, such as hcr-ns, egrets, etc. (except tne iSative com !• iito 11 or Australian crane), cuckoos, cuckoo-oiirikt.s, curlews (see southern »tono p.over. etc.) Deer, doves, Java turtle; doves, wild. Eenid.as or p^rcup ne, ant-oateis, igivts. see cranes, etc.; emus, ephtui auuras or c.iats. Fa tails, fly-catehers, frogmou»n or . argus and iropokes. Grancalus ia.n b, all members of Herons, see cranes. Ibis. Java turtle dove. Kang...
A Ruben's Portrait Recovered After 264 Years. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
A Ruben's Portrait Recovered After 264 Years. The accompanying illustration of a lung-lost portrait, of (Onirics the Bold, by -Kubeus, is i£ supreme in terest from both an historic am! an artistic point of view. The picture, which has been missing' sincc it was referred to in 1G4L as " No. 0(>" in the catalogue of I'u bens' effects found in tlic artist's (K).s.sessioti at his death, was lost to .sight for 2&lt;j l" years.
MELTON Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
MELTON (From Our Own Correspondent.) . Wednesday At the Melton Police Court on Satur day last, before Messrs Beid Murphy, P.M., and J. F. Minns and E. C. Kinnersly, J's.P., tlie following cases were dealt with :— John Dunn was charged by Constable Grleeson with being drunk in charge of a horse on the 13th March. Pleaded guilty. Fined, £3, option taking the pledge refused. Percy Excell was charged by Constable Gleeson with not having his wheel chained in street. Fined, as. John Edward Darby, licensee of Minns' Hotel, was charged by Inspector Nolan with having his bar door open on Sunday night, loth March. Fined £5, with 3s costs. Moulsdale v Oswald Bird, unlawful assault. Case dismissed, with £1 costs. We had a nice rain of 36 points qp. Friday, and over an inch fell at Bockbank, Toolern Yale, and Diggers' Best. There will be a daily mail to Toolern Vale after 1st July. Baces hore on Friday. Large entries?. Good attendante expected. At the coursing meeting on Saturday night last, Mes...
A THRILLING TALE. ENGLISH FAMILY'S PLIGHT IN PERU. EXTRAORDINARY NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 April 1914
A THRILLING TALE. ENGLISH FAMILY'S PLIGHT IN PERU. EXTRAORDINARY N A RII ATI V E. The remarkable story of the ad ventures of an English family in Lhe interior of Peru was related to a Central News representative by Mrs. Evelyn Ankers, who is tem porarily resident fit Twickenham. Mr. Sydnev Raymond Ankers, lhe lady's husband, is an engineer, who was engaged to lake a motor launch to a .Spanish rubber mag nate, the launch being intended for use in the conveyance of rubber on the Amazon. Mr. Ankers decided to take with him his wife and his little boy Merrick (.Jim.) Mrs. Ankers was the first white woman to penetrate to Madre dc Dios, and her appearance there caused something like consternation among the native women of the district, who ultimately gained suf ficient- confidence to approach near enough to Lhe white woman to tear away every button from her dress. When the motor launch had been put together, and the Indians had been drilled in the handling of it, the Spaniard, fearing tha...