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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 May 1914
Oh ' iieilth is wealth, and -life is lone, And earth ir; fairer, too ; When man is fit and well The -skies are always blue. So jafUtLfd your health, vour joy incrert.a&. Your life from ills secure ; From pain and trouble win surcease With Woods' Great Peppermint Curs.
SEA BLOWN CHARMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 May 1914
■EA BLOWN CHARMS, . Tour ehWk waa tanned a glowing brows, Soar bro# was knitted in & frown, By ootan glare; While hete and there were freckles bold | And wiad-swept hair all uncontrolled, Plew in the ana, jnd c&tighi its gold, , Whtt did you oars T 4 boisterous little maid. So gay, At you'd been laughing ell the day, And half the night. A almpls shild. No airs, no art; Ah 1 but;jou guessed it was your past ?e play Old Harry with my heart, You mocking sprite. Gone, gone, all gone I That bounding glee, And bright, tanned cheek, and hair get free, And pretty frown; Charms only born of sea and wind, They're Vanished; left no trace behind, lou'ra just like other girls, I find, Once back in Town. £, B. Walford, in the St. Jama's Gamfa "■.wi o i
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 15 May 1914
SHIRE OP MELTON. esteaoedinary election. otlce ie hereby given that an *• * election of One Councillor fc the East l'idmg of the Shire of Melton, rill be held on WEDNESDAY, 3rd JUNE, 1914, to fill the vacancy caused by ths retirement of cousrcittoa J. P. hm, E>ery candidate at such election mu»t be nominated at the office of the council, Melton, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, and 4 o'clock in the Atteis noon, on or before the nomination day. viz., the 22nd day of Hay, 1914, by the delivery to me, or my deputy, Mr Geo, Minns, of a nomination paper, in ac cordance with the provision of the Local G-overnmnt Act, 1903. WILLIAM LEAKE, Returning Officer. SHIRE OF melton Nona; to Eathpayees ro pay kates. \' otl'ce in hereby given that no per son will be entitled to be enrolled in respect of any property, unless on or before the Tenth Dat or june, 1914, all sums payable in respect, of any rates made three months before such day in re spect of such property, have been pa...
NOTHING EXTRAORDINARY THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
trOTHING EXTRAORDINARY U © THAT. © Some ten or twelve years ago an inci dent occuiTcd at Gibraltar which illus Iratcs the practical views of a certain class of people. A subaltern named O'Donohue wai the officer of the guard at the Elphin stone Guard. At this point of the world known rock there is a sheer drop of ovei 1,000 feet. A lieutenant who had taken too much champagne at a mess dinner walked ove the rock and undoubtedly was dead h fore he reached the rocks below. When the officer of the guard upoi» being relieved made out his report of his guard, he made no mention of the fact. Indeed, when he came to fill in his re port and reached the question, "Has any thing extraordinary happened while you were officer of the guard?" he wrote in the blank space reserved for the answer, " Nothing." Of course, he was summoned before Lord Napier, of Magdala, the Governo of Gibraltar. When he appeared, Lore Napier asked— " You were the ofiicer of the gunrd a Elphinstone Guard yesterday?" " I ...
CULLABIES FROM MANY LANDS. DANISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
. vULLABUSS FROM MANY LANDg, DANISH. Sleep, sleep, little mouse t 1 The field your father piougfist Your mother feeds pigs in the sty, She'll come and slap you when you erf, CHINESE. Snail, snail, come out and be fed, Put out your horns and then yoo& head, And thy mammy will give thee ton, For thou art doubly dear to BfcSi SPANISH. The moon shines bright* And the snake darts swift and Hg&S 5 I see five baby bullocks And a calf young and white. ARABIC. Sleep, my baby, sleep,, Sleep a slumber hale. Sweetly rest till morning light, My little farmer boy, so bright. ZULU. Hush thee, my baby, l Thy mother's over tlie mountain gonOv Tit ere she will dig the little garden patch, And water she'll fetch from the river. NORWEGIAN. Row, row to Baltnarock, How many fish are caught in the net? One for father, and one for mother, One for sister and one for brother. * SWEDISH. Hush, hush, baby mine ; Pussy climbs the biggreen pias J Mother turns the millstone, Father to kill the pig...
ROBERT FULTON'S FIRST PADDLE-WHEEL BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
ROBERT FULTON'S FIRST PADDLE-WHE5L BOAT. it was Sfeid of the boy Robert Fulton .hat he was what might be called a du.l scholar, and once when chided by hit icacher for his inattention to his studies ne replied that his head was so full of iviginal notions that there was no vacaut olace to store away the contents of dusty ^ooks, One of the neighbours of his father, >ne Center Grumpp, was very fond oi ishing, and he had built for this pur&lt; pose a fiat-bottomedboat of scow, and he •ised to avail himself of the Jaboura of Mis son Christopher and his neighbour's ion Robert to aid him in his pursuit, by getting them to pole the boat ovist the waters of the Conastoga, while h« -fish* poled the perch and the bass "into 4ha boat, As welJ may be imagined, this ( was not much amusement for ihe boys, but one of them put on his thinking cap us he pushed his way alo ig, and, as usual, pushing and thinking won in tb« end. Tiriug of pole-pushing, Robert Fulton concluded that be would ...
A BEAUTIFUL SPONGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
A BEAUTIFUL SPONGE. I " Some of the most beautiful things that live in the ocean are the sponges of the great depth.;, which have often very j curious and interesting forms," said a naturalist. "Not the least remarkable, are the so-called ' sea nests,' which are j in the form of spheres or sometimes egg shaped. The cuter coat of one of these specimens is n complicated network, over which a delicate membrane is spread. An ornamental frill adorns the upper part while the lower portion throwg out a maze of glossy filaments like fine white hairs. These hairs penetrate thf. semi-fluid mud In every direction, thus ' holding the sponge in its place, while a continuous current of water is drawn by waving ' cilia' through all parts of the mass, passing out by a holi at the top. In this manner the animal absorbs what* ever food may be afloat. —.Detroit Free Pwm, j The woman who enters the street ca? j with two big market baskets knows that j she's unwelcome to the passengers, and i the knowle...
LADIES, TAKE EXAMPLE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
LADIES, 'TAKE EXAMPLE! Madams Patti, who at forty-seveo keeps the freshness of twenty-seven, de clares the secret of good looks to be sim ply good health. She eats the plainest food, abjui'ei pastry and confectionery, sleeps in a firo» less room, with her windows wide opstt, goes to bed early when she is not sing ing, and, above all, refuses to fret away her beauty, to allow horrible things to be told or read to her, or to permit social I vlaims to devour her leisure. Opportunity is vars, and a wiss raaa rhculii r.ot 1st it P?.S2. Wlfs~" Do dfUggict?- feeSp dye stuffy uSii-v'1 HlJsbaht!--^: Yes, !b (act. molt , drMggiaU i*S^ || U^ij ' tvm • ' * ." $!? v"
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. Revised by J. M. Semmens, Chier Ia« 5p. et' j- of Fisheries and Game. on 2nd A'"'i: 'xSiTwHOLE YEAK. ' All Austialian fauna, with the exeep« tion or snakes, in the national parks and public gardens aeanthizao or tits, nnt-e.uers, porcupine, or ecuidnas. Babblers, bears (sec native bears;, bee eaters, bitterns, bron;;e-\vmged "iid other '.vild pigeons, bustard or wild (Jalit'orniaii quail, caterp.liar-catchers. chat.-, (.see cp-.taianura*), cuacli-whip birds, coekaiuos (black), .cranes, all b:r(Ls'kno\vn as cranes, such as herons, curete, etc. (except tiie Native com j. nion or Australian crivac), cuckoos, cu&lt;k(>&lt;-&lt;ur.k.s, curlews (j>oq southern btuui' plover, etc.) ■ Deer, tiovcs,■ Java turtle; doves, wild. Jichid::aj or pcrcup'.no, ant-eaters, egrets, .see cranes, etc.; emus, ephthi auura.> or caats. ,, „ Fa .tai.s. fly-catchers, frogmouth or argus and rr.opokes. Tra I.aius iamdj, ail membera ol Merous. s...
FRIGHTENED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
FRIGHTENED HEB. r ""?v Rosabucl—"TbeD yoa think thafl i lot me!" ■" Tm stste of it. His eyai foI«; >•"•17 raoTement last night." J •" Otaoloua! Eo you fsally all 1 ato fit suppor ?" , j .-(""r men Sgspis# fcol6t SIBSS tt Ib purely evn'ns to feampMiMtt with the 'SslUh «b^ tto? Ui?U'S;l/|UHV-®§ ^5
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 — 22 May 1914
•OSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whero the term "The Common wealth'' is used in oonnection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Hotvo Island, and Norfolk Ieland.j LETTERS. For every J ounco or fraction thereot. | For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery ill tii« British Em pire 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres I»l«-uds .. 0 9 ?or delivery in other places .... 0 2J LETTER CAJIDB. '^or delivery within the Commonwealth : Single, Id. eaah ; roply, Id. ouch half, •or delivery in the British Empire (see list of phvcoa under "Letters' )—Sin gle. Id. eaoh. • or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. eaoh. :,1or delivery in other places— Single, '2Jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postcards impreasod with th« Id. stamp, and Reply or double oards, each half oi which has tie Id. stam^ impressed thereon, may be tranamitt-cxl to places wit-hiii the Commonwealth, and to those places, enumerated undei "'Letters," to which le...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
Church Services. QHUEOH OF ENGLAND St. Paul's Gisborne— 11 a.tn 7 p.m p li & 8 B Y I E R I A N CHURCH Sandfly, May 24 1914. Gisborne—11 a.m. Upper Macedon—7.30 Riddell—3 p.m. Toolern Vale—11 a.m. Macedon—7 p.m. ^/£STHODI>>T CHURCH, GISBORNE Sunday, May 24 Gisborne—11 am. and 7 p.m. Macedon—3.15 p.m. —Ear. Robt. H. Green Giaborne, Monday, at 8, Macedon, Tues day, at 8, Rev. Burton
FATHER SMART. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
— ■: ATH El\ SMART. t *imc. ago a smart Yankee called at •iv • -iii.iie and wanted a double team for •••&lt;■. .'v . iri)> into the country, and thfl -.mi -"iased to let him one, bycausehe .-.gf.r. There was much discussion the Yankee said— ,&lt;at is yojr tearu worth ?" f'iur hundred and fifty dollara." 1(1 pay you that sum (or it, \?ill you buy n- a^din when I return ?" said tho oug ■r; and upon receiving an affirmative • he promptly put up the cash. i en days later he returned, and driving the stable ho alighted and entered the .ihce, saying, " Well, hore ia yoar team, and low I want my money buck." " The suru was jcssei to him, and he turned rod wfv leaving the place when the livery aae.r ca'lp.a oat, " Look here, aren't you going li> ?o»,t">e for 'bat *eam?" " F:>r team?" aBked tho Yankee, ia t fliT-nn=fr3 tone. • • I - »i- = one you just brought back," " drawled tho Yankee, " yott > • • -'h to think that I would pay ioi the ise of my own property...
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
MINIMUM WEIGHT Off FISH. Barracotifcta Blackfish (except btackfiah taken from streams flowing northward from the Great Dividing Range) ., . Bream .. ., , Bream, silver ,, Butter fish .. ,, ,, ... , Cat Bsh .. , 5 , Crayfish—length ,. Flathead ., .. . Flounder .. Garfish Grayling or Yarra Herring Lints Ludetick ,» .. ». .» ,. Mackerel .. > > Mullett .. ., .. .. ,. , > Murray Cod .. .» . > .. Murray Perch .... .. Perch Perch, English ,. .. Pike ,. .. ,. Red Mullett Rock Cod Rough or Roughy .. ., Salmon Trout .. .. Salmon, California .. ., Salmon, English .. ,, Sand Mullet or Poddies Solum pper Silver Fish or Silver Perch Skipiack . Snook ,, ,, ,, S0I9 .. ,, , > ., ,, ,, Stranger Travaie Trout 0! all kind, not indi» genous to Victoria . Truinp.-.ter .. .. ... . Whitirg .. =. .. , Whitiry:-. Sand .• >• 1 Yellow Tail . > ». 4 oS 4 oa I 4 „ 4o M 9 m 4 02 ■wB 8 os 0 A &lt;9 >» 6 » A 4 it 2 >1 3 >» 8 )» 8 )> 6 >j 12 » 4 4 ;» A )) 5 !> 2 IS 6 t!...
THE PUREST PEARL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
; THE PUREST PEARL t ' Beside the church door, at'.d alotio, A. fclincl vowan sat on the cold 'loor-stuns, t 5!hr wind «as bitter, the enow >cl' fbst, ' . -And a mocking voice in the fitful b!»3t' Beeii'.e.] ever to ficlio the moaning ji-y, • As ah* begged an alms of the i^nsserR-by, ■ "Havo p»ty cn me, have pit;-, I pray; Idy back in bcrt and my hair is gray." Tbe bells were ringing the hour of prayer. And many good people were gathered there; But coveted with furs and mantles warm, They hurried pa6t through tho wintrjf storm. Some werj hc/ng their goals to cave, i And «otr„. wore thinking of death end ths gra*e, And, rIm 1 they b&d no times to haod The poor ?oul suking for charity's meed i -Ana some wero blooming -with bwuty'e grace, And ".Iosely muffled hi veils of Uce; They t>aw not the sorrow nor heard the moan Of her who s&t on ths cold doot-3ton8&lt; At last came one of a noble name, By the city counted the wealthiest deme, And the pearb that ove...
The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the, Gisborne, Melton, Bulla Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAT, MAY, 22 1914. DISAFFECTION IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
PUBLISHED BVKK? FKIDAT. WITH SUPPLEMENT. 2s&~ The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the, Gisborne, Melton, Bulla Romsey, &lt;L* Bacchus Marsh Shire Vounci. * FRIDAT, MAT , 22 L014. DI8AFFECTI0N !N INDIA, According to a cable message, Sir George McAlpinc, in addressing- a meeting" of the Baptist Missionary Society, emphasised the fact that caste in India was disappearing. The learned Indian, he said, declared that it would not endure beyond anothei decade. When cast© was gone, lie said, there would be a great influx into the Christian Church. It seems a pity not to share the cheery optimism of the speaker, but the disappearance of caste in India would have conse quences far beyond what was evidently in his mind when addressing' the meeting-. British rule in India since the days of Warren Hastings has been based on the maxim, divide et impei a. If it were not for the caste system, which is an effectual bar to anything like a union amongst the peoples, ana th...
MARRIAGES OF CELEBRATED MUSICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
jtl&ltHIAGES OF CELEBRATED MUSICIANS. Weber's -wife was Carolina Brandt, a talented soubrette, said to have been a good . diil spoiled by the public, though she left the stage on her marriage. She brought much happiness to Weber, who was a model huabuncf, 'e ml iei: that his greatest pleasure in ' life was to provide for his wife and children to the utmost of his power. Mozart was first deeply enamoured of Aloysia, second daughter of Fridolin Weber, ! ft prompter and copyist of Mannheim, but her own attachment did not (survive his ab- ! ■ence for a few months, and she scarcely seemed to remember him on his return. Four years afterwards, he married Weber's third daughter, Constanze ; but though she bad some excellent qualities she proved to bo » thoroughly bad manager, and scarcely the ideal wife for a man so careless about money matters as Mozart was. They began house keeping on next to nothing, and in .six months were in serious difficulties, whilst Mer on the wife suffered...
BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
dULLA 6HIRE COUNCIL Presant: Crs. .-ijLiohio (president), /old, iiranigan, Buckley and U'Uriun. Correspondence. From KeuilorCed Concrete and .Yloiuer Pipe Construction Co. Prop, utd., stating that the piping as or dered for culverts liad been lorwarded. —ileceive.d. From ii. Draflin and Tlios. Caliiii, applying lor wire netting.—Held over, x!'roin F. Drailin, representative ot Jointings and iMclniies, auctioneers, as loliuws:—1 wish to draw your atten tion to increased yarding both of cat tie and sheep at tile 'sales in ttunbury, and asking tnat better accommodation oe given to them for handling stock. 1'he sheep yards require pulling down and ro-niodelinig with a lano tulough i Wic centre tor distributing to different .pons, bhould you see ^our way clear to give us the improvements asked for, wo will bo pleased to supply you witli plans of an up-to-date yard. Xhe now cattle yard is a great improvement on tuo old yards, our greatest trouble now being a ynortage of yards to put sold ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 22 May 1914
SATUUDaY, may 23rd. 3ISB0RNE MONTHLY 8ALE (No. 6j:8). At The TeLEgrapM Hotel, Gibbobne Usual yardiug of Caitle, Horses, Sheep, I Piga aud iaundriss. Entries include—20 good steers, a to 3 years DIXO^ & &O..S, Auetioueers, Gisborna. Qisborne Football Club* The above Club intends holding a BcrieG of (Euchre Parties and — Dances — The FIKST of whicu will bs held on WEDNESDAY, MAY g/th, 1014, in the MECHANICS' HALL, GlsB RNE. Admiusion ! Euchre &lt;5c Uauce, 2/-, Ladies, 6i Good Floor — Good Muaio, 0. B. JOHNSON, Hon Seo. KIDDISLL'S OBBEE TENNIS CLUB A GBAND Entertainment db Ball in aid of the funds of the above Club, will be given by the Musical Clowns* in the MECHANICS' HALL, BIDDELL, oa ;MQNDA¥t JuNH 8th 1014. Commanding at 8 p,m. sharp. Adiilicsion I Coatiert and Ball, 2s 6d ; Con cert only, le. Bali 1 GentB, Is 6d ttW FiraSitSiMi VtMidecfe Gisborne Waterworks Trust. STATEMENT OP RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE FOR THE YEAR ENBED 31sfc DECEMBER, 1913. REVENUE ACCOUN...