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

WIM i 1 |-f t'-" f./l.VVH . The «3» Great J Defender. Heame's Bronchitis Cure. . Hearne's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine ar« 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, a3 it effects a complete cure. Jt 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, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. x by all Chemists and Medacm© Vendors® MINNS' HOTEL, MELTON. GOOD ACCOMODATION FOR VISITOBS Oab Meets All Trains, Vehicles ok Hire....

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

M^LliOURiSE I'll,-! <fc 1M1KY MARKET. , Best good-conditioned stores, 2 Ls to 2tjs dips, lis to lis; suckers, 5s to 10$ > porkern, heavy weights, 3t>s to 40s; prima serviceable weights, 33s to 32a ; iigiib, t!7a lo 30b; bacouera, pnum, oOj tu 5tis ; extra 60s to 64s; ligiu, otii upwards JJaek tiittera, extra pjjinu Ilea v_y laid, £2 10a to t4 18a ; bulk pnuie ami wn^aty, £3 to £4 ; roughs, frot^ji 30s Dairy Cattle—bikers, best, £9 15s to £14 j good do., £7 las to £'J ; others, £5. : hpringers : liest, £7 10s to £B 10; couple, j £S 16s ; good do., L6 10s to L7 oa ; others, LI; spriugiug heii'ers, L4 to L5 5s; few sboioe forward lieiters, L7 10s ; others, L3 os o L3 15s. Fat co*h, iJi lo L7 5s ; good do., good (.o., L4 15a lo Lb J. us; others, Ms up.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

■ COMMERCIAL ^ MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MA BRET. Tuesday Fax Sheep. — Quotation : — l.'niue fOB»brecl withers, 17a Od lo itjs 0.1 ; good to 16s 9d; priuio crust bred e«us, M-> )d to 15s 9 l ; good do., Ills (id So Jos till ; jrime menuo w etiiei ss, ios 'Ja t>.» 17a Oil; (ood do,, 13s tkrxo 15s 0d. Fat Lambs—Prime sold at [ram ] Is U<1 o 15a Oa ; extra, Jtts Od ,lo 18) 0U;_-umI, 9d to 13s Od, j Wui.'tt' :iv ! Fat Cattle —2460 yarded J'uiih- .. Lui ooka sold at irom £11 0s to HVi i Uj 0 , ; extra do,, £13 10d to £15 0a Od ; gM.,a u<>, £8 16s to £10 Od second antl iigiii. r r1(. : £7 Us to £$ 0s ; ytime puna ol cow.-, £7 9s to £9 2>; good do, £6 1 -Ja to £7 o • Fat Oalvek—(j(50 penned Prime iUlim! •nd beiteis, £4 10s io £5 15o Oil; [,niuv calves, 46a to ooi ; bebt ciuull calves, ; 0.) ] to 32s |

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELTON [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

MELTON (From Our Own Correspondent.) Worn uil;ty A cricket match aga iust Pockbank was played lie re on Saturday. Bad field ing lost (lie match for Melton. The scores were as follows: ! | BOCTCBAZfK." -I. Orgill, c Jongebioed, h Bees 8 | AT. Jenkins, c Bees b .Jongebioed 22 j T. Misseu, e Carew b Minns ... 14 P. Butler, b Minns ... 17 C. Lovell. b i\Iinns 6 C. 11 olden, b AI inns 0 A. Smith, b Minns ... 4 C. Jones not out ... 7' J. Smith, b Minns . ... ..." 2 B. Lorell, h Cass ...- 0 11. Pratt, b Paterson ... 1 Sundries ... 2 83 Kees 1 for 17: Jongebioed 1 for 24 ; Cass 1 for 3: Minns 6 for 15; Paterson 1 for 0. MELTON. M. Kmvin, b Orgill ... ... 13 E. C'U'ew, b Oi-uill ... ... 3 L. Bees, c Loveil b .Jenkins ... 4 G. .Jongebioed, b Jenkins ... 4 I\ Cass, c Smiill b Jenkins ... 1 Geo. jUinns, b Lovell ... ... 12 P. ICerjiicks, c liolden b .Tonkins 2 IT. Mathieson. b Jenkins :.. 8 A. Shebler. b Jenkins • 0 •I. Paterson, c and h Jenkins ...- 1 A. E:;ell not out. ... ... 0 Sundries ... ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

Doves have cctcs ; every clog pints. " Doctor, what i? the be=f, wry to prevent drunkenness ?"— " 'J'liere is no other way so sure 66 never to touch a drop of iiqucr." " 1'a," =nid a little four-year-old, '' there's « poor man out there that would give rd^ thing to see ymi."- " Who ip it, my sod ?"■— " It is a blind man."'

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LOST LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

THE LOST LETTER. ' I have lost my precious letter That the mail brought yesternight? Lost it walking through the meadow Where the clovers are in Thito. And if you should chance to find it— ? But you would not dream it mine} For my name is not upon it, Only "Dearest" on each lins. Who would tell mo that he loves me? Who would say tny lips are sweet ? Who would dream the wild-wood blossom# Only wake to woo my feel ? { That he fancied threads of golden In my brown hair's warmest glow, - You might, think his eyes were dazzled By a dart from Gupid's bow. When he says my eyes have told hira He is deaiPstof all men, Xou would think my cheeks would orimi son, So they'd never pals again. But my name is not upon it, Oniy " Dearest " in each line $ And if you should read the letter You would never dream it mine.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

A MEETING of all tliose interested in flie welfare of the EIDDELL BUSH FIKE BRIGADE will be held in tlie MECH A JS I C >S ' HALL, EIDJDELL, at 8.30 p.m., on WEJL)iNTEo J)AY, 21st. JAJNUA.RY, 1U14. yfjkhim }> §MXXU, Hon Sec.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OVER-CURIOUS PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

OVER-CURIOUS PEOPLE. Over-carious people arenot easily silenced, but the feat is to he accomplished. An old gentleman complaining that his glasses were not strong enough to serve his turn, was told by the optician that they ought to be 80, seeing they were " twos." " What havo you got after ' twos ?' " in quired he. " Number ones,"' was tho reply, " And after ones ?" "Oh," said the optician, "if you don't find them strong enough, sir, you will re quire a dog and a string." Tho following colloquy took place out side a house in an American city, between country visitors unable to obtain entrance, and a German livingnext door:— " .Tanc not at home, did you say V" " Nnin, Chane's nod at home." " Where is she V" " Hhe's gone the cemefery down." " When will she come back ?" " Oh, she won't come back already any oiore : she's «onc lo slay ; she's d«f. A stran•*•:•!', pas0i::g a cbinxhyard and seeing a hearse standing hard by, inquired who was dead. The sexton informed him. "What complaint ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STRANGE SECRET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

A STRANGE SECRET. It was late one night that I was suddenly summoned to attend a Granger who lay dy ing at a neighbouring mn. As soon as I saw the livid, haggard face [ knew that there was no hope for him. He had a swarthy face, like an Indian, lit by dark, piercing eyes, and his forehead was painfully marked with rigid lines left by prolonged mental suffer ings. I was about to administer an opiate, when he thrust aside my hand impatiently. " I want you to hear my confession first," he exclaimed. "I shall detain you hut a moment." " I am a physician, not- a clergy man,'' I answered, gently. " Nevertheless, I beg you to hear me," he persisted. " Quick ! quick ! there is no time to lose," his eyes Hashing with a fitful, lurid lustre. For one in his condition •' humouring" was the best ^reiitment. Bo, first seeing that the door wa« securely closed, I sat down to wait 'ill the delusion he was under as to the nature ot my office had run its course. " I shall not trouble you with a long h...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

In Mkmoriam Seevice. Aii in meinoriam service was held in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday last, when the liev. P. G-. iiailJie, B.A., preached an appropriate sermon from St. John's gospel, ch. xi., verse 26—"And whosoever livefch and believeth in Me shall never die " Mr Baillie represented immortality as a human intuition. Man could not believe that his life perished j like a leaf of the forest. The idea of im mortality arose within man's conscious ness , the consciousness of the worth of human nature strengthened the desire for immortality, and increased the ideal to bccome a conviction. The late Prof. James has put it well.—"We believe ourselves immortal because we believe ourselves tit for immortality. In man, there is a limitless capacity tor intellectual and moral growth, which seems to justify a demand for immortality. This life seems to be only the .beginning of human existence. Christianity has inspired an estimate of the worth of humanity never before conceived. The teach...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

WORIV1S. T5'E C'.MLC-REN'S EiiEMY. Mrs. J. D. Keiih, of 119 Paisley street, FriotsriMelbourne, sords this voluntary statement to say that her three chddien have at various times been affected with Thread Worms hp'] that on each occasion she has used Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets with excellent results. "My three children,," writes Mrs. J. D. Keith, "have suffered at different times from Thread Wornr;, and have used Comstock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. 1 found they were splendid, for after the third dose they passed a number of small Worms. 1 gave them Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, also, as directed, to clcar the bowels. Some time after symptoms appeared again, and I user! them once more and they proved effective. My children have not been troubled since, and thai is now two years ago. You may use this for publication if y-iu desire." Undoubtedly there is no enemy to '-be Health. !iappir.ess, and Comfort of Children than the presence of Worms. Parents should be on their guard ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KIDDELL Tuesday, [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

rtiUDULL iJbi'uin our own Correspondent.) Tuesday, A. sad event, wInch has caused vside syi'eaa sympuiny inruughout the whole place, liappeiica on luesday luonuag iabl, when me ueaih oi jurs Jauit.> liumpnries, junior, uccurrai. luia young wut; »us auout iu uecome the moiutr ui iier ufst tiiiiu, auu look Hi on ^luuUiiy uiy,iit. vr ±Aiiy came early on iut-saay mommy, but iaiai symptoms J1UU suretuiy iu, and ue waul Uu aoimng lu prevent ueaili tnat lullosseu aiiui-U} aucr ma visit. -the event came | «is a greai .siiocn: to ihe vouug uusuand j a.ui numerous reunions, also lu me residents generally, mo sincere aymi>alU} oi whom «u3 auu«u uy the large R-now mg ai. iJue trnienu uu ^ eune.Miay lu tne niaueil uenuteiy. iuc ivO . -f- u uiuiiic uiucKLieuul lliu ^ra\e»iue. xuc iiftUtjcrons slate ul Luu ruddeli ucuifit-o ^uiu 1Cil'1^ be tuu8luul'ua "■> aic u-uoices. mere i» au iumien>,< oi yraw, »mcii is uu'.v in a uiu,. ^V1 > nuu iLiiiiiuiiaauic slate. H a Uio 'occurr...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS. KETTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

OBITUARY. « DEATH OF MRS. KETTLE. On Wednesday, 30th ult, an old resident passed away in the person of Mrs Kettle, who expired at the residence of her hus band, Gisborne; in her 63rd year. She was born in Dundee, Scotland, in 1851,   and came with her parents to Melbourne in infancy. Her father's name was Patten and her mother's maiden name was Carney. Carney and Patten were well known sawmillers on Mt. Macedon in the fifties, and it was there the deceased, at the age of 19, mot, her husband, Mr Henry Kettle, who was employed at the mills. They were married by the Rev. J. Meek, and had three children, born before they left the Mount. They removed to Warragul, where Mr Kettle was farming for seven years, after which he sold out and took up a farm at Tabilk, in the Goulburn Valley. After three years, Mr and Mrs Kettle returned to Warragul, where they lived till the family were grown-up, when they came to Gisborne about five years ago, where they hare lived since. The dece...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BUSH FIRES. Outbreaks Between Sunbury and Macedon. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 16 January 1914

BUSH FIRES. Outbreaks Between Sunbury and Macedon. The weather during the past week has been intensely hot, and there have been several large fires in the   district. So far no fires have been seen in the direction of Bullen- garook or Conangalt. There has     been a large fire between Gisborne and Sunbury, and a full description   of this is given by our Riddell cor- respondent. A good deal of grass and some fencing on the back road to Sunbury have been destroyed. The loss would have been greater were it not for the fact that the new settlers generally have put up wire fences, instead of the old post and rail. Mr. Major lost 100 sheep. The re- mainder all saved their stock. The sheep at Red Rock were saved by a lucky accident. The fire was across the entrance, and, of course, they would not face it. Mr. Keily, who had been working at the fence a few days previously, left a tomahawk, as he thought he might want it there again. With...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MIXED MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

MIXED MARRIAGES. The decree of the Council of Sydney, promulgated in 18S5, on the inadvisa bility of marriages between Roman Catholics and non-Roman Catholic? was read in all (lie Roman Catholic churches of Australia on Sunday. It was explained that this decree is dis tinct from that of the obligatory "Xe temere" decree of Pius X. ou the same subject. The "No temere" is simply an extension of the "Tametse" decree of the Council of Trent, issued in 1545. The decree of the Sydney Coun cil' is advisory—it recommends that Catholics shall not- intermarry' with ficin-CtUbbljcs. (This lias always been !, the attitude of tlie Roman Catholic j Church In regard to "mixed" mar riages,) In thp decree of tbe Council | of Trent such marriages, after dispen sation had boon obtained. could only be' Fuloumised before* a Roman Catholic priest to be valid; it enforced other obligations also, such a.s that under which the non-Catholic party under took that all children born of iho mar riage should be b...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RIDDELL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

RIDDELL (From our own Correspondent.) The annual meeting of the Farm and Garden Society of Kiddell, took place on the 14th inst,, when there was a large attendance of members, Mr J. F. Crow presiding. Mr Mitchell produced a care fully prepared balance sheet, which showed that the society was in a most prosperous condition, for after the 12 months' operations, including the holding of holding of two shows, there was a credit balance of £17. The election of ofiice-bearers for the ensuing 12 months, was next proceeded with President, Mr J. F. Crow (elected unanimously); Vice-Presidents, Mr John Smith and Mr A. Oakley; Joint Secretaries and Treas., Messrs Amess and Mitchell; Committee, Mesdames Muller and Finnigau, Misses Amess, Crow, and Fitzgerald, Messrs Brown, lliggins, S. Amess, McDonald, and Finnigan. It was decided to hold a show on April 4th next, and a sub-com mit tec appointed to draw up a schedule of prizes, and for au entertainment. The next meeting of the society is fixed f...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

' Drums that should never be "beaten" at this time o' year—Conun-drums. She: " ^.11 extremely bright men are coi) peited, anyway." He: " Oh, I don't know. I'm not." k suitable game for the cold vreather Poker. ^ Grocor (to five-year-o'.d miss): " Well ffhat is it little gir\?" Little Girl: " Mothet lent me for a ball of string, and Ehe wants it a* tUoua 8J *hat butter you Eoldher tosterda?." % CfcamN/isln'e .S »»PH9TB- MsBB CMSBSStSg.

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KNOW WHEN YOU ARE WELL OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

KNOW WHEN YOU ARE WELL OFF. A certain man in the tiffii of the Khalif ol Bagdad laid claim to the gift of prophecy. The people took him to the Khalif who asked hiin: "What sayest thou?" " The angel Gabriel," said k.e,"comcfldown •. to me once in three days." " And what is the miraculous sign granted thee?" said the Khalif. " That my breath should hfc,vc the odournf of the best musk," replied the man. The Khalif pitied him and said: " The brain of this poor fellow is unsettled. Take him to my kitchen, give him each a pilaw and a young and fat boiled fowl, and morning and evening let him b&veperfumnd and medicated drinks." After ten days the Khalif senft !or him and Baid: e " Oh, dervish, how is thy state/" " Very good," was his reply. " Does Gabriel yet descend te thee?" ha asked. " Yes," he replied; " formerl> he came once in the three days, but during the ten days he only came once." " What message did he bring?" asked the Khalif. ' To this the dervish replied: " He said...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

SHIRE OFBACCHUS MARSH i | A PT'Ll CATIONS 'are Invited up to ; - V 11 a.m.. on MONDAY, 9th FEB ! EITAKY, 1'J I -1. from G en I! emeu. Fully ! qualified wider the provisions of the j .Local Govern men t Aci, io /ill the com j bined oliices of Secretary, Engineer, Eate Collector, Interim Valuer, Inspector of Thistles, and Collector of Pure Food , Samples, at a salary at- the rate of £300 ' per annum. Specifications of duties maj' be in spected at. the Shire Hall, Bacchus Marsh, or copies may be had on application. D. A. LITTLE, Sliire Secretary. MONDAY. 2nd. FEB.. 1914 twelfth annual school TO SORRENTO Per P.S. HYGEI A, Fr< m WOO HEN D. GI -BORXR, P, VC CHtH MAKSR, MELTON, mid i-UNBURY UiTRICTS. A Public Holiday th ougho;.t <ho Respective Shire", '1 HE TH1P CF THE YKAR. Secure Y. nr I icltcb Early Note—Iu vie.-v <f -.he po. ularityo' these Excur ions, the Committee, in < ider to : re vev.t My c. us have decided to slop the. Bale fif Ticke's ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. BUSH FIRE BRIGADES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 23 January 1914

CORRESPONDENCE «. BUSH FIBE BRIGADES. TO TH K EDITOR OK THE GAZETTE. Sir,—The usefulness of the "Riddell Bush Fire Brigade has evidently been fully proved, according to the report of bush lires appearing in last week's •'Gazette." This raises the thought and | query, why there is no provision or any I thing of the kind in Gisborne. We are surrounded by large property owners, ; who surely should come forward and provide the necessary funds for the pur chase of fire-fighting appliances. We seem to be all behind our neighbours in most things. How is it thus? Evident ly we want a ''chief so mug" to wake things- up—someone that will take a real live interest in matters genorally, with 0UL '"'ishing payment. Have we such ? _Xows,ete.,'

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