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THE PROFITS OF FRENCH SONG-WRITERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

TUB PROFITS OF FRENCH SONGWRITERS. Ft i« >nt generally known thfci tbara 18 fa i a Society called the " MosiocJI Authors', Composera' and Publishers' Sfe •iety," which includes *11 thcea vh9 6X9 niHrieiaily interested in the Bongs, good, u •'r.?-indifferent, whioh in rang it tti' '■-■jci consent iu Parin and tho Burrouading ri evince i.'' This booiety claims a percentage ol tha nceipta of the muaio-hflllfl, for it rn r^lits in (he aoaga of which ifttaiuuiButs are composed; Mid it i« uie money thus received that tha yftr ■oub persons who have taken part in tin creation of the songs obtain paycaent for their work. Generally spoaking, the Society olaims 6 per cunt, of the gross receipts : but in t)i« case cf small establishments, lyric societies, (to.. it contents itself with a fixed annual oitliBcriptioD or a oertain sum monthly , those latter are vary often insignificant, but it ig done f or the sake ol prinoiple—even the owners of street-organs have to pay iniMiie— and, as the sa...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

HAY MaKKET', iletBrs J, Bar wise and -,Go. report,:—Hay, manger, £6 10a to £6 ; do., eheaves, £3 5a to £4 ; chbfling sheaves, £2 10s to £2 15b ; Straw : Victoria u, £2 to £A 2a 6d ; Tae mftviau, £3 5s to £'i 7e 6d

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
QUEEN SOPHIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

QUEEN SOWliAi .Hera lg a_ quaint etory from the World ilboat the unfortunate Krngof Holland's firci mfr, Queen Sophia—"About Ifteen year* ago she was ixt London, staying-Claridga'fl Hotel. A gie&v friend of Hera,' a Dutch baronws,-was very ill at the Hague, and the Quean' asked Mr. Spencer Wells (hot then a baronet) to go over and see the lady. The day after his return to London the Quean walked-r<bund to Upper Grosvanor Street to ask after her friend, and the servantioarno into thft conaulfing-room saying,. " Please, iir, there is a lady in the waiting-room wh« wants to seo you. 1 snppooo she must hi mad. She says sho is the Queen of Holland.' RURAL PLEASURE^. I lova to leave the buoy world awhfla And. roam the woods beside the munnuv ing brook, On Nature'# ohnrtna to gaze—or aloe with book— Soma -poet of genius rare—tho hours b» guile; [ lore to sit upon the rustic stile And watoh the oirclrag of the eablo rook, Or ply the g6ntle stream with baited hook, Temptin...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

Church Services. QHUBOH OF ENGLAND St. I'aul's Qiaborne—11 a.m. Gisborae—7 p.m Upper Macedon—11 a.m Maccdon—3 p.m. New Gisborne—7 p.m. Holy Communion £) R E S BYT EBIAN CHURCH Sunday, May 10th,. 1914.... Ctisborne—11 a.m. Upper Macedon—7.30 Biddell—3 p.m. Toolera Vale—11 a.m. Macedon—7 p.m. ETHODIST CHURCH, GISBORNE Sunday, May 10th Gisborne—11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Macedon—3.15 p.m. —Rev. Robt. H. Green

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

A New Novel.—She: " Have you read • lo Luck'i Waj ?'" Hb : "let; Putin a*tef got ftr ir(o it fit"

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Council. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. AMERICAN INTERVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

FUBLIHEED EVBR? FRIDAY, .■■■—K'ni. ■ '■ ii| »niwnwfflHiiff»M<Mii.niiiHMiwi»l WITH SUPPLEMENT. §5?" The Gisborne Qazetlc is an Advertising Medium of the G'uborne, ilelton, Bulla, Momscy, ds Bacchus Marsh Shire Council» JW I I III 1,1m fiftif Fill DAY, MAY 8, 1914. ipi ~ii in n iwm n m ai iii Mini n n i iji i ■ m n 11111 irrrrr ~i>~ • AMERICAN INTERVENTION. Though President Wilson hesitateb at, making a formal declaration of war, with tlio seizure of Vera (JruK, tho massing of American troops, and the gathering of American warships in the neighbourhood of Mexico, ..long-delayed armed intervention has taken place, and the United States and Mexico are practically at "war. This is not the first time that the chaotic state of affairs in Mexico lias led to (.ho armed intervention of the Great Powers. In 1846-7 the Americans landed at Vera Cruz, and it took them six months to capture Mexico, tho capital. .Nearly a quar ter of a-century later Louis Napoleon ; invaded Mexico, wh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DO NOT SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

DO NOT SAY. Doaotiay two first, eta., bnt «ay firs', two, as on!/ one o&n be firil. ; It ia bettor to eey Isit two weeks, tttf.'i OSfecr than past two weeks. la ming the words farther sad. further Mtaember that farther should b» used ia . th« cense of away from, white further in the •ansa »1 en toward; "As be advanced fur ther cn hie way be realized that he wae jetting farther away from home." ' l)o rot tay it wai a week ago to-morrow, bat it will be ft week ago to-morrow. /Do not say a coal sals wall, but a eoal sits well: and as a hen tits on eggs we should says " sitting hen," not " a Betting hen." ,,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Gisborne Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

Gisborne Shire Council A Tlio ordinary meeting of the above was held 011 Tuesday. Present—Crs. M'Gregor (President), Bawden, Tur ner, Tampling, Cherry, Urquhart, Gorman, Pierce, and Farrell, Correspondence. From tho Shire of No'wham, assert ing the Country Roads Board was detrimental to country interests, and inviting a conference to discuss the namo.—Resolved, on the motion of Crs. Bawden and Turner, that uo action bo takon. From Hamilton and Wilkes, bill of costs for £.3 3s on account of ad vice, etc., re Hurst's di-uin.—Passed for payment. From Valentino .J. Crowley, ac knowledging appointment as el«c trical engineer to the shire. From tho Footscray Uuurrie3 Co.. quoting 5/10 per tou for '2in. metel delivered on trucks at Gisborne.—Cr. Turner said they wanted- their metal. —Resolved, on' the motion of Crs. Turner and Tanipling, that the secre tary make inquiries re the price of metal aS> Mac^dim. From tho Infectious Diseases Hos pital, account for £11 5s for treat ment- of Eth...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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WHAT TO TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

WHAT TO TBI. . Try nnuffing powdered borax up the noa foil# for catarrh in the head. Try taking your cod li ver oil in tomato MtBu'p if yoa want to make it palatable. Try a cloth, wrung out in cold water, pul "about the neck at night for a sore throat. Try walking with your hands behind yoa if yoa find yourself becoming bent forward. Try a saturated solution of bicarbonate oJ ■oda (baking soda) in diarrheal troubles; give freely. Try a newspaper over your oh'eBt, beneath' your coat, asa cheit protaotor in extremely •old weather.

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ROMSEY SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

ROMSEY SHIRE COUNCIL The' usual meeting of the above vus held on Friday. Present Crs. Brady (President/), Ochiltree, Robb, ■\Vilsou, Cook, Richardson, M'Donald, and Stewart. Correspondence. From Dr. Dowling (Kyneton), noti fying a case of pulmonary tubercu losis at Rochford. From the Department of Public Works, voucher for £50, additional grant for Frost's bridge. From tiie Public Health Depart ment, re the erection of a club room in connection witfc tie Mechanics' Ijj ' <•:'T- . stitute, Riddoll, stating that no plans and specifications had been sub •'« ' . Emitted up jto date (15th April). i From the same, drawling attention to the risk, of contamination to pies, cakes, etc., exposed on tho outside of . glass cases, or on counters, in shops, and drawing attention of Council to the practice, with a view to prose • cuting o(Tenders. From the Shire of .Xewham and Woodend, drawing attention to the I following resolution passed by the Council, and asking for a delegate to a ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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BETHLEHEM. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

BETHLEHEM. Of all the plaoes in Southern PalestiM associated with Scripture History, Bethle* hem-ia-on the whole the most picturesque. Ihe three convents attached to the Church '}£ the Nativity, whiah crown the summit and the ridge on whioh the Tillage is built, •rear the massive and dignified look, of an •ill mediaval fortress. The terraoes, whieh like giganfia stairs, descend to the lower f alley s'lndlEe "Ismail alluvial plains and sbrtifleldi, have a fine bold sweep, and are rfeh in olireS'ahd fruit trees, tba shade and reedtire *f which relieve tbe eye from the dazaling glare of the white limestone rock's and soil. The hills around Rre liiglier, and more varied than those which border the iippeir plateau, the oona of Jebel Fureidii breaking their otherwise lairie outline, and ih« ihountfciu ridge of tlis Moab vising with its noble wall against the eastern horizon. . The " sacred localities " of Bethlehem are'all seen unde'r one roof. One cr.n here pace along the oldest existing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

-■'•-I? F. u A M Y O N M-P S- — CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAMYONS PHARMACY. "i™,nd —; Prr wooden d. Qpssisl AfipSinitrttni to Hi* EaxjUenQy, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Bart., K.C.M.O. r-. • —o— T013 & &'« adst jsliable Pharmaoy in the district, where Quality is of first Isapsr&aass. Wo want to please you and make yon a regular visitor at the Hfeesss&cj, who4h«ryou bay or not. There is nne«d for you to go elsewhere. You wSU bs tesbtei well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. Sbren-tenths of all headachea have thair origin in strained vision. Properly 2 Gteaaa will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete catfit for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking a&out it. make up your mind to come here for Glasses. PATENT MEDICINE8 HOESE AND CATTLE MEDICINES Ktfuosd to Town Prices. of all descriptions. 'SE&m. ISSEAOTH) Painlksslt. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. If yosr Hair is turning grey, use the g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

Heame's BroncMtis Cure Hibaewho h'aye takeh this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing-power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Group, - Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty ©f Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the che^t, experience delightful'"arid riapid relief, and to those-'who are aubject tCotda on the Chest it is invaluable, .as it effects; a complete cure, is most comforting in allaying?Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength tothe-Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not fcnovm where u Coughs"" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No- house should ho without lti Ole te&eh at the beginning; & dotfe or is generally sufficient, •Ed i cbmplet'e euro is certain ftsr "SH C^©ml©W ah& M®«ik$n© NOTICE. MR H. M.LOONE!' (o.M.v.a) VETERINARY 3UBGS0N WU1 Tiolt Oleborns regularly oa 3AL3 DAYS. All Undo o! domestta&foS nsSmtSt Bal D1179. Obtesting a...

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[?] [?] [?] CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

- \ i',i' 1.1 ij.-iTi i^ ma. kk; ' " Best to 2t.i« slips, iu !:i I I , dJillCi.'l.-, 06 to 10a p^lkert*, Ijoav^ w >rillla" "^^5 prime servii^u.ujic wir^aUj, 33i l<j 3~* : u^uc, 27a to 3u<- ; iiaooutr.i, i.'nino, 5U> t • i>8a'; extra tjOs ui 04s; lirfiic, 35j upw.ntia Back taUui.-i, t.xira prime liuaVy lai.-", £2 lOd t'> U A oa ; bulk piano ana weighty, £3 to £-1 ; uiu^n.-, from Jjaiiti Uaxi Mi—Jiilki.-.r'tj; bust; £9 15s to £14 i good tio , £1 l&u to £'J ; others, £5. ipriug'ers : l-Jest, ii7 IDs to £8 10 ; couple, £9 1.5s ; good do., l^G 10s to .L7 6b ; others, LI ; bj.nugiug heifciB, L4 to L5 6s; few choice forward heifers, L7 10s; others, L3 5s j Let 106. fat co>rd, LtJ to L7 6s ; good do., Bood do., L415a to Lo 10s ; others, bOs up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

COMMERCIAL e . MELBOURNE LIVE STOUK MARKET. Tuesday - . iJ'AT Sheep. — Quotations : — Prime fOBsbred wethers, 17s Od to 18s Od ; good to 16s 9d; prime crossbred ewes, l-4a id to 15b 9d ; good do., 128,0'd to 13s J6d ; jrime merino wetberB, 15a JM to 17s _0d ; good do., 13s 6d to 15s Od. Fat Lambs—Prime 8"ld at from 14s Od o 15a Od ; extri, J (ja JOd to lSaJOd j^good, 9d to 13s Od. Wednesday Fat Cattle—2460 yarded Prime j bul ooka sold at fro'Q £11 0s to £12 10s 0.1 ; extra do., £13 10a to £15 0a Od ; good do, £3 15s to £10 0s ; aeoond-and lighter do. 7 0a to w68 0a ; prime pena of cows, £7 0a to £9 <5 ; g'jjd do, £6 Ida to £7 5a Fat Calves—GGO penned Priu o steer* and hum-is, t'4 10s to jL'5 15j Od ; ^riiuo calves, 45a to 55s ; Uetfc ruiill calve*, -0a t>J S2ri

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THE EMPERORS NIGHT VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

CHB BMPERdlTB RIGHT VISli. Only a hundred yearirago Protestant!'- j •ere oruelly persecuted in Austria, and I ware obliged to bold their meetings bj I ■Sfbtjli tjc&ely .placeW "7 . It "happened ofiae- that the Emperoi Joseph;!!, was travelling quietly as th» Count of F&ikenstein. He arrived one da j at the Httle villsge oi Lakensteia, end as it was very stormy, ha made up hii mind to stay at the little inn. As evening drew on the innkeeper was told that some drcadfal ploi was being carried OB outside the villager . Numbers of people were seen to pass thrpugh the narrow street end make theit way with dark lanterns to a lonely house. The Emperor, who found the country ins rather dull, made up his mind to see what was going on at the mysterious cottage. Having ordered his attendants to surround the house so that no one could escape, hi knocked atthe door. A man named Senitj opened it. " Who is it come to disturb an hones man at bo late aa hour?" he asked. The youthful E...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

J' |The Unfailing Remedy for Influenza, Catarrh, Brohchitia, and v .Weak Cheat. In casei.of Influenra, it 'quickly roHrret the catarrh, redncei the fever; and speedily ral lies the patient.; It .ii al so> gr&nd Tonic In case* of Debilityi accompanied br we*)tni~.?s "oT_tho_pheitr' If ypd'ire sUlRWnj ifroiii'a perilntenf Cold, Irifilienia, Bronchitis; or any chest weakness, procure a bottle at odd*. 1/6 ;ind 2/6, at nil St^jes and ChetnlrM

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

INSPECTION OF LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY ELECTORAL LISTS, 1914; Electoral Disteict of Bulla—Gis bobue Division. Tp HE General List of Electors for the above Division is now printed, and copies may be inspected at my office, and at evory po3t office, railway station, police station, and State school within the Division. Claim forms to enable qualified persons not enrolled to become enrolled, may be obtained at any of the places named. HUMPHREY C. DIXON, Electoral Registrar at Gisborne. SHIRE OF GISBORNE TENDERS STONE CROS -ING • KNOICRS, arid re? seil to the President, i- ami endorsed ".-tone. Crushing," vvi'i be r'C'ived c:p to I p.m , on SATUKDAY MAY, l(jth, 1914, for— Supplying power, and crushing 500 c yds of 2Jin (n.pprox.), at the Macc doa Upper quarry. Tenderers to provide for removing Bto .e from quarry to crusher, Specifications may bu inspected on Office days, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 'Phi; lowest or any tender not ner..-8snrily acitjpted WM. J. REALEY, Shire becreiary. Hi'ire Offi...

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Gisborne Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

Gisborne Football Association. A meeting of delegates to the above was held at .New Gisborne 011 Friday evening la*t, 1st inst. Present:—Messrs 11. Pretty and C. .13. Johnson (Gisborne), A. Gardiner (Woodend), J. M. Daly and 0. Madigan (Kiddell). Proposed by Mr A. Gardiner, and seconded by Mr J. M. Daly, that Mr E. E. Gardiner be president for ensiling season.—Carried. Proposed by Mr H. Pretty, and seconded by Mr J. M. Daly, that Mr Em. Evans be vice-president for coming season.—Carried. Proposed by Mr J. M. Daly, that Mr C. 13. Johnson be secretary to the association for the coming season.—Carried. Moved by Mr C. E. Johnson, and seconded by Mr H. Pretty, that the rules of the old Kiddell's Creek Football Association bo adopted.— Carried. The draw resulted as follows :— First llonud. May 10th—Sunbury v Gisborne ; Wood end v Kiddell. May 23rd—Gisborne v Woodend ; Kid dell v Sunbury. May 30th—Kiddell v Gisborne; Sunbury v Woodend. June Gth.—Gisborne v Sunbury ; Kiddell v Woodend. June...

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Gisborne Mechanics' Institute PRESENTATION TO MR. C. F. SWINBURNE, [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 8 May 1914

Gisborne Mechanics' Institute PRESENTATION TO Mli. C. F. SWINBURNE, Ou "Wednesday, the 29th ult., in the Library, a few subscriber and regular attendants for books gathered, to ex press their appreciation of Mr C. F. swinburne's services. Mr Roberts was in the chair. The chairman, in introducing the matter in hand, explained to Mr Swin burne that the gathering in no wise represented the number of sympathisers lie had in his leaving the o.tiice he had filled for eight years. We cannot, he said, confess to know anything about the change now taking place, but as regular visitors, to the library, we must say that we are unable to comprehend the need of change. i'or courtesy, kindness and help we are quite satisfied the committee cannot re-place the man they have dis placed. Mr Mollit endorsed the previous re marks, and said it was impossible to understand why so good a man's services were dispensed with. Speaking for those he knew who were subscribers he could say he had heard nothing b...

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