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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR CHARLES FINNIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

OBITUARY ? DEATH OF ME CHABLES FI2TjStIGA]St. Om' Eiddeil correspondent writes:— On Saturday (the 1th inst), Mr Charles Finnigan, who for some time past had) suffered from an internal complaint, died j at the residence oj: liis brother, Mr ; Thomas Fmuigan. at Malvern. The de-' ceased was well-known and a natire of ^risborne, and was 49 years of age at the time of his death, At the fuueral, on. the Monday following, wore to be seen many of his old school-mates, aud there was a large gathering at the grave-side, in the G-isborne cemetery. The deceased wa3 also brother to Sir E. J. Fiunigan, of Riddell, and Mr Joseph Firmigan, o£ Rochester. The Eer. P. J. Fallon officiated at the grave. The above, which should have appeared in our last issue, was mis-carried.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

Professional Nurses throughout Australasia TESTIFY TO AND RECOMMEND NURSE ENDRE8, of Burbon Street, Bundaberg (Q.)( writes i "'I was so ill I longed for the hour when I would be at peace." Read her letter: CLEMENTS VOS&3IO LTD. " Until two yean ago 1 followed my profession of LADIES NURSE, residing then at Mt. Perry. Overwork brought on a TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I was treated by leveral doctor», but grew worit, and became so low arid suffered so much thai I despaired of ever being well again; in fact, ONE DOCTOR SAID THE. END VMS VERY NEAR; and, indeed, I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN I WOULD BE AT PEACE. A friend, who was most per sistent in her efforts, finally made me try Clements Tonic, AND IT PROVED MY SALVATION. Four bottles saw me up and about, and now, although well ndv.im.cd in years, I am strong and active, and well able to look after the businrss I have. I ATTRIBUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS TONIC, AND WOULD BE PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE USE OF THIS LE...

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DEATH OF MRS DONOVAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

DEATH OF MBS DONOVAN. On Thursday, the 16th inst., Mrs Douovau, of INortli Woodend, passed away ill her 79th year. The deceased, whose husband predeceased her, leaves a large grown-up family. There was a requiem mass for the soul of the deceased, in 6t Ambrose's (Jhureh, Woodend, cele brated by the Very Key. Dean Hegarty. The following priests were also present: Fathers Power, Xeatiug, Ellis, ]STorris, Con Ion, Fallon, and O'Callaghan. The remains were interred in the Kyneton cemetery. The Very JRey. Dean llegarty otHoiated at the graye. There was a large attendance.

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Why Won't Men Be Sincere with Themselves. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

Tfhy Woa't Men Be Sincere with | - Themselves. | Ifc'is the oustom of many persona tc purchase, at the end of each year, diaries," in which they propose to set j&Vro thellr daily thoughts and acts— ./to write; ib fact, their own private his ;i*todes in. a series of annual volumes. .As these autobiographical memo randa are only intended for the eyes of 'thepartieB^who' commit them to paper, it might be thought that they would be r; .eandid^and authentic. Butrthis is sel 'donTthecase. Few men1 are entirely ■incere, even with themselves. Few •re trilling to paint themselves as they really are and know themselves to be, even though none but themselves can contemplate the picture. ', y Unquestionably hundreds of indi viduals who keep diaries, tell fibs, .ererreach their neighbors, are guilty of Retraction,; repay good with evil, put an .'.enemy in their mouths to , steal' away 'their brains, use profane language, and jm other, ways transgress the moral law. ^efc wisre all the dlf...

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RIDDELL Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

RIDDELL i, iFrom Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday I The challenge match betvreen Lance held and jkiddell, on the Itemsey ground, on the 4th and 1.1th inst., brought the Bomsey District Cricket Association competition to a close. Lancefleld won the toss, and decided to bat—-a bad move for the Ividdell team, as four of its chosen members did not fake the field till close ou hnlf-an-hour after the time of starting, which had a most distressing effect on the captain and players generally. The Lancclield boys put together 210 runs, having oceupicd the batting crease the whole of the afternoon, the last wicket falling just on Ihe call of cea*e play. Hechei knocked up 82 in splendid style, while lerry (after he had been missed badly) 45, GuLhridge 27, and Derrick 14, did well. Hunt, 5 for 37, and Garlick, tor 64, were the only bowlers to make any impression the opposing batsmen. With a big score to wipe off, Riddeii opened up last Saturday, l.iit the end was soon in sight, for 3 wickets f...

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A Baby's Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

A Baby's Memory. A curiousinat^nce of dormant mem- i erf in i&fahby< took place in our family. ' JVIy motherTrent on a visit to mv grand -father, T'ho livodin London. She took with her a liitle brother of mine •who |wa8,*elevett months old; and his nurse, • who-waited on her as a maid. Ono xiaj this nurse brought ,.the. baby into iny mother'a rooia and put him on the ; floqr.wWohwas carpeted all over, i about and amused him- | - Belf^cbrditig' to his lights. When my ' .i^inothet i Traa - dressed, a certain ring wss-'rhot to be found, search., was j made, - but it was «••&« visit ov'o'r, wfrayi and it was almok ' -forgotten. ' 7 ^Exactly a ye® after "they again -went to visit the grandfather. This baby; ,was iiow a year andeleven months old. | The" same nurse took him into the seme j room, and. my mother. saw him, after! . lopking about him, deliberately -walk tip to a certain corner, turn a, bit of the carpet baok' and produce the ring. He ' ■ '"'-never1"g...

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A.N.A. SPORTS, BACCHUS MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

A.S.A. SPORTS, BACCHUS MARSH. The A.N.A. sports at Bacchus Marsh 011 Easter Monday were a great success. There was a good working committee, and special cre dit is due to the secretary, Mr. W. R. Vigor, whose arrangements were excellent. The principal feature of the sports, as in other years, was the procession. The following were the judges:—Procession: W. Grant, Win. Williams, T. Shortill. Foot racing: C. Dickie, W. p. Robertson, 11. G. Campbell. Cycle Events: W. Grant, A. G. Crisp, J. A. Johns. Horse Events: S. J. Staughton, J, Gascard, J. Wills, T. dl. Skene. W'oodchop: Dr. W. B. Ryan, W. Wil liams, D. A. Little. The following is the prize list:-— Best-dressed Mounted Charioteer: Frank Ramsey (James 1.), 1; R. Bur bidge (Robin Hood), 2; Gordon Campbell (Boy Cavalier), 3. Best Dress, Character (on foot): Miss Milne (Highland Lass), 1; G. Milne (Highlander), 2; W. Watson .(.Shah of Persia), 3. Most Noval or Comi cal Character: W. Oiford (Baboon), 1; W. Carter (The Roarner), 2; J. ...

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Rockets That Carry Lite Lines. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

be used in time o? Htfjwrireck,* said u B«pt' Fad3^iiii4. sol tits Steamboat N toa3&^ittrk Sfar reporter; jy "Many of them,1* he continued, ' 'have rj proved prtetioeible and useM. *Wh'e£a fd vessel strike# a fandy v '3 •here during a jbe.avy. gale prompt end • il Immedltti^ 3aig^tir^r.mu8t be taksa' : with A *tiliP%nW&d-* saVing "life and 5 H property. Jlto^ket®gr^eentup; ana I J the attentions! the life-saving agents & i 5" MRtfch# Shore IS'«tSSSteS,r- ItivaiiaGly a f $ ' higli 8urf*^ia "to Be 6»oountered on a ?j dangerous mast, and to launch a life* b"»i is almost next to an impossibility. The'only practicable method known of saving the lives thu9 imperiled abbard 'a j irieek is to make a connection between ] the land and the wreck by means of a -j i hawser, and the shipwrecked parsonB •■•' are brought ashore :^fr v. The great r; trouble, however, is in getting the line ,r from the ; shore to the wreck. It is •'•well known how difficult it is to get a line...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

F- v A M Y O N M P S CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAMYONS PHARMACY. Ana "b^vakb "Id ~ prr WOODEND. Special Appoinimmt to Hia Excellency, Sir Jxihn-M. i\ FjtL'eij Bart , K.Q.M.O. -0——: THIS is the most reliable Phnimacy in the district, where Quality i« of first importance. We want to please you and make-you a regular visitor at ths Pharmacy, whether you buy or not. There is nneed for you to go elsewhere You will be treated well in every way. ^ « EYESIGHT TESTJEfD -FREE. __ Seven-tenths of nil headaches have their origin in strained vision. Properly fitted Glasses will entirely remove the cause, I have the most modern complete oatflfc for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking about it, make up your mind to come here foi Glasses, PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES seduced to Town Prices. of all descriptions. TEB'Ea Extracted Painlessly. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. If your Hair is turning grey, use the great Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will mtAre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

il!H!ll!ll!ll)!N!lil!l!l!l!!l!i!li! .ins ■ jiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiijiuiiiyiiin] mr^mTloomei (G.M.V.C.) VETERINARY SUEGEON V711I visit Giiiborno regularly on UALE BAYS, -ill binds oi dorae^tiottt^d RcimiOj Branded to. All telegrams will rcccfc prciapi attention. Mr Loonsy uy Br r.t Morkh: Firstly Bros.' storo so Sb\ Cays. a Sjiccialty. All Mr2e C;1 daaacsiia animals attended to, Hearne's Bronchitis Cus 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 chc£t, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subjcct 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 appearan...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Mellon, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1914. AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

POJiUSUjiD EVER? FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Aduertininy Medium of the. Qisborne, Mellon, Bulla, Romscy, <fc Bacchus Marsh Shire Councih FR.IIMY, APRIL 24, 1914. AUSTRALIAN RAILWAYS. Tlie Conference o£ Stale Premiere, though not provided for in the Com monwealth Constitution, is really a gathering of considerable import ance, as there are many subjects either unsuitable or unripe for Com monwealth action which may well be dealt with by the States acting in unison. To many, no doubt, the result of such a Conference must be disappointing, for, while important | subjects may be discussed, the Con-, i'erence really possesses, very limited executive power. The most that can be done is to pass resolutions wliicli, to acquire binding force, must be submitted to the State Parliaments. Tlie Conference, however, serves a good purpose by enabling important subjects to be discussed, and by act ing as a barometer to indicate the feeling in the respective States...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

£2eath. FIiNTIS*IGA.N'.—~On the 4th inst., at the residence o£ his brother, Mr Thomas Einuigan, Charles Finuigan, in his 49th year. Interred at Gisborne on 6th inst. FOLEY—-At St. Vincent's. Hospital," Melbourne, on the 9tli inst., Susan, the beloved wife of; Michael Foley, of Foster, South Gippsland, and loving mother of John, Mary, Susan, Catherine, Michael, and Margaret. The deceased was the second daughter of Mr James Williams, of " Doolin Hill," Biddell. E.I.P. Bereavement Notice. TIIE ."RELATIVES of the late Charles Finnigan return their sincere TIIA^KS for the kind expressions of sympath}' received during their recent sad bereavement, also for tloral tributes, letters, telegrams, etc.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

Gisbobne Police Couet—At the Gisborne Police Court, yesterday, before Mr Barlow, P.M., the following vacciu ation cases wero called on;—G-. Patterson and G. Noonan, cases adjourned to 28tli May; B. E. Rutherford fined 30/.—Gil christ v Waller, default for debt. Or der for £1/13/3, with 19/6 costs.—Thos. Grieve v A. P. Hoad, debt," 18/2/P ; adjourned to 28th May, on payment of 10/- costs by complainant. Miss Issie Haines (late of Moffit and Co.),| GTSBOKNE, "tlTlSHES to announce to the resi V* dents of Gisborne, that Bhe has Opened SEWING ROOMS, at the Tea Rooms, Aitken Stbeet, where she will, take in All Pesceiptions of Plain 1 NEEDiiEWoBK. White Work a ipecialty. SHIRE OF MELTON EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. N JOTICE is hereby given that an . N election of One Councillor for the East riding of this Shire of Melton, "will be held on WEDNESDAY, 13th MAY, 1914, to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Coukcillok J. F. Hall.^ Every candidate at such election musu be nominated at the o...

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Irrigation at Werribee. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

Irrigation at Werribee Steady progress is being made with the construction of the Melton dam, which is to be used for the irrigation of the Werribee estate. There are at present about 60 men employed, and as the work proceeds it is anticipated that there will be room for a large number more. The irrigable area, consisting of 7,000 acres, has been subdivided into blocks of about 50 acres. To these water chan nels have been constructed, and already a very large number of blocks have been taken up. The water used by these new settlers is at present being supplied from the Pyke's Creek reserToir, but, while the supply is sufficient for the present, it will be discarded for the new Melton reservoir, which should be finished in about two years. The Pyke's Creek re servoir will then be reserved almost en tirely for Bacchus Marsh, The Melton dam has some engineering features of interest. It is situated about three miles south of Melton railway station, and about 22 miles from |Mel bourne. W...

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REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

BEWABD. T^BOPPED from Gab dririug frc;n Station to Barringo, a BLAC s. FOX MUFF (a rei'y large one), c:i SATURDAY LAST. Please return to Post Office, "Whiting s $tore, or Barringo.

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MELTON Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

MELTON ^ (From Our Own Correspondent,) Wednesday. Our footballers are getting ready for the association games to be commenced next month. It is expected that the team Trill be even stronger than last. year. A'practice mat<cli against Rockbank -trill be played on Saturday. The Melton Coursing Club invited the Footscray club to a cricket match and a dinner on Saturday. Owing to the rain Footscray were late in arriving for the cricket match, which was unfinished. The dinner, which was held at the Rag lan Hotel, was an enjoyable function. Mr John Moyl&n, the president, has donated a handsome rose bowl, as a trophy for the president's stake, to be run on the Mt. Kororoit estate, on May 6th. Mr Geo, Minns has resigned the sec retaryship of the Coursing Club. 5! r Frank Shelly was appointed in his stead. Fine rains fell here ou Saturday, i'7 points, and Tuesday, 71 points. Tin v will haro a very beneficial result to the young crops and grass. Most of the sowing is done, ...

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ROBERTSON—McCORKELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

HOBERTSCXN—McCORKELL. Our TooJeru Yale correspondent writes:—A very pretty wedding took place here 011 Wednesday, loth iust., the contracting panties being Mr TV. Robertson, of Breakneck, and Miss S. McCorkell, of Tooleru Vale. The church, which was filled, to overcrowding, was prettily decorated by tho girl friends of the bride, the decorations con sisting in the main of Easter daisies, musk, and bamboo, also a wedding bell and initials suspended in front of the altar. The Eev. D. G. Baillis performed the ceremony, and Misa Walter, of ' Toolern Vale, played the Wedding March and the hymns suitable to the occasion. The tables, which had been arranged in T-shape, looked very pretty in pale blue drapings, with Easter daisies in specimen glasses as decorations. The hall was decorated with musk and white artificial flowers. Two cross lines were hung with streamers of pepper tree, alternated with pink and white artificial flowers, the whole effect being very pleasing to the eye. After fu...

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HYMENEAL. CLAREBROUGH—WILSON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

HYMENEAL. LLAKEBKO u GH—WILSON. An interesting and attractive wed ding took place at Gisborne on Wed nesday, loth inst., when Mr. Frank Clarebrough, second son of Mr. J. W. Clarebrough, J.I'., of Middls Park, was united in the bond9 of H.viuen to -Miss Mary Wilson, eldest daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. J as. Wil son, of Conanga.lt. The parties should lie sulisfied, if there is truth in the adage, "Happy is the bride ilinl the nun shines on," as the wea ther was simply perfect. St. Brigid's Church, where the ceremony took place, was artistically deco rated. a general scheme of an Orien tal character being worked out in plains, ornamental grasses, and sub tropical foliage. The whole of tlio ! church decorations, and those after wards at tlie hall, were planned and carried put by Mr. W. .1. .Smith, and hi .should sullice to say that they were worthy of I ha t gentleman's re putation. At the time appointed for the marriage," p.m., there was a large gathering in the church. Tho ceremony was p...

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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

TOOLERN VALE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. TJit" Tooleni Yale Progress Association held its opening social on Friday eveninp. The first part of ihe social iook the form of a conccrl, with a ball after supper. The concert part of the affair would have been more sociable if the audience had followed the advice of the president (Mr J. T. Greene) and moved about or made up a game in the intervals. Items wero given by the following:—Miss Kate jKobinson, Mrs Beasley, Miss Davey, Miss Hunter, Mrs Kennie, Messrs D. and W. McKenzie, J. Hunter, E. L. Wynne, T. Condon, V. .Davey, J. Gilby, and L. - Harris. The ball which followed was a most enjoyable one. The music was supplied by Mr Don Cameron, whiJe Mr C. Jones acted as M.C. The Progress Association iias drawn up its syllabus for the coming session. Ifc is rather significant that so many wed dings should have followed so closely on the " Bachelor Tax" of last year. \Vhy. not put 011 another such debate again, and perhaps catch ruo...

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DEATH OF MRS. M. FOLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 April 1914

DJCATH OF MHS. M. FOLEY. Our Riddell correspondent writes : —Much regret hat; been felt in- th» Foster and Riddell districts at the death of Mrs. Michael Foley, which sad event took place in. St. Y'incent's Hospital, Melbourne; on. the IHLl inst. The deceased lady was the second daughter of Mr. James Wil liams, of "Doolan Hill," Riddell, and was married to Mr. Michael Foley '25 years ngo, and went to Foster to reside, remaining there up to the time of her death. Some time ago she contracted a throat trouble, which, notwithstanding local medical treatment, developed serious symp toms, and n removal to St. Vin cent's Hospital was thought neces sary. ,But. it appears this removal was at too late a stage for success ful treatment, »s blood poisoning had set. in, and the deceased succumbed a few days after her admission. Mrs. Foley was a. fine type of a woman, and endeared herself to all who became acquainted with her, from childhood upwards. iSlie was >>f an amiable and generous n...

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