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Sunbury. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

Sunbury. Empire Day was celebrated a.t Sun bury State School on Friday, 22nd aist., under perfect -weather condi tion's. The school assembled in the morning before the flagpole, and, after the ceremony of breaking the lag, the children adjourned to one of the classrooms, where they went ..hrougli a programme of songs, poems, readings, and essays suitable 1 i0 the occasion, in the presence of a .arge and appreciative gathering of parents and friends. The head ceacher, in a few introductory re .narlis, welcomed the visitors, and ex plained the institution of Empire Day. The presence of their friends :s one of the chief sources of delight .0 the children on such an occasion, interesting and instructive addresses were given by the Revs. T. Watt Leg 5att and F> G. Anderson and Mr, J, ii, Gilchrist. The use o! tUe school piano addtd to the enjeymefct of the occasion Clyne played accompaniments: to tke children's songs, and at the conclu sion of the morning's entertainment the pupils tr...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DAUGHTER OF THE PERIOD. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

\S* - " === k DAUGHTER OF THE PERIOD. "Did Mr. Granderson speak to you, papa ?" "Yes. He said that he had asked yo® to marry him, and you had consented j and then he wanted my permission." " And of course you consented, paps,. dear ?" "No. i told him if you had s&id 'yoSt* i that settled it. And anything ! mtghQ lay or do wouldn't make the slightest i forence." /

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NIGHTCAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

NIGHTCAPS. An English Custom House affitfi? »sked a traveller-— " Anything to drink in that trunk ©3 yours?" "No." . I " What then V i "Only wearing apparel.8 " Let me see inside," said the office?, coolly. ; The trunk.was-opened, and they die* covered hidden therein a dozen bottles of brandy. " Wearing apparel, is it ?" he aslced. "Yes, that's all," said the traveller, rather sharply. " How can you call a dozea bottks oi brandy wearing apparel ?" " Tney are nightcaps 1" ■

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ULLABIBS FROM MANY LANDS, DANISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

fcULLABIBS FROM MANY fcANDS, DANISH. Slfcep, sleep, little mouse ! The field your father plaugfiSf . Your mother feeds pigs in the otf» She'll come and slap you whes yea e?p CHINESE. . : Snail, snail, como out and be,fed. Put out your horns and then y head, And thy mammy will give thsa! ejb&» ton, For thou art doubly dear to Eaa> . SPANISH. The moon shines bright, And the snake darts swift &B4H§fe§§ I see five baby bullocks And a calf young and whits, ARABIC, Sleep, my baby, sleep, Sleep a slumber hale. Sweetly rest til! morning. Ugh®, My little farmer boy, so bright, ZULU, Hush thee, my baby, Thy mother's over the mountain gon<4 There she will dig th® little gardes patch, And water she'll fetch fresi th© rives. NORWEGIAN. Row, row to Baltnarock, . How many fish are caught laitho astf One for father, and one for mother, One for sister and one for broth©?. SWEDISH. Hush, hush, baby mine} Pussy climbs the biggreen pitas: Mother turns the millstone, Father...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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NOTHING EXTRAORDINARY IN THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

nothing * 1xtraor-d1nary ik j 0 that. © Soma ten qr twelve years ago as incV I dent occurte'a at Gibraltar whjch illus {rates- the practical views of a caftaia slass of people. ; i A subaltern named O'Donohue wm the officer o£ the guard at Aha. Elphin stone Guard. At this point of tjie world known rock there is a sheer drop of over 1,000 feet. A lieutenant who had taken too much champagne at a mess dinner walked ovgj the rock and undoubtedly was dead H~ fore he reached the rocks-below. When the officer of the guard upoji 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 Magdalar -the Governor of Gibraltar. When he appeared, Lore Napier asked— "You were the officer of thegwda' Elphinstone G...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PREVENTIVE OF CONSUMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

PREVENTIVE OF CONSUMPTION. I Dr. Rush says that the Germans aro ■ seldom afflicted with consumption ; and this, he believes, is in part occasioned by tiie strength which their lungs acquire by exercising them , in vocal music,; for this constitutes an essential branch of therr education. A music master is 3till..more : in favour of this opinion. He states that ; he has known several instances]of per- : : sons strongly disposed to consqmption, haying been restored to health, by the . exercise of their-lungs in singing. j

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EARLY RISING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

EARLY RISING. I Early , rising is synonymous in long • ! ife histories with short sleeping, which ' : means rapid recovery from fatigue, at sign j •){ bodily strength. I These scientific facts in no wise contra dict the alleged value of early rising as a practice to be cultivated by all persons ia good health. . It ,is excellent as moral discipline, and Eminently healthy a? a matter of fact. Most persons will eat three meals daily. When a man gets up late those meals will probably follow each (Other at too short intervals to be whplesome. When he is an early riser it will probably be .otherwise. . He can enjoy ;a good breakfast, and by the time for his lunch or mid-day dinner he will have an honest appetite again.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LADIES, TAKE EXAMPLE! [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

LADIES, TAKE EXAMPLE ! Madame Patti, who at forty-seveo I keeps the freshness of twenty-seyen, de i. clares the secret of good looks to be sim« i ply good health. ■ ■ , j She eats the plainest food, abjures !>astry and confectionery, sleeps in a fire ess room, with her windows wide opes, goes to bed early when she is not sing ing, and, above all, refuses to fret away 1 her beauty, to allow horrible .things to be told or read to her, or to permit social llsims to devour her leisure. : Opportunity is me, and a wis® rasa . ihauld not let it gsua. I Wife—" Do drttggltte k$9& dya-tfaffy &w\n Husband* Yw> la tost. most • ':K i. ,3r> v.. ;■'. 1

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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A BEAUTIFUL SPONGE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

A BE&UTIFUL SPONGE. "Some «of the most beautiful things that live til the ocean arc the sponges of the great depths, which have often very curious arad interesting forms," said a naturalist " Not the least remarkable are the se« called ' sea nests,' which are in the for m of spheres or sometimes egg shaped. TChe outer coat of one of these specimeus is a complicated petwork, over wl iich a delicate membrane is spread. Aa ornamental frill adorns tha upper p;fi* while the lower portion throws out a mare of glossy filaments like fins white hairs. These hairs penetrate thf, jemi-fluad moid In every direction, thus holding the sponge in its place,. while a j continuous current of water is drawn by waving'cilia' through all parts of th® mass, passing out by a hols at the top. In this manner the animal absorbs wh&fc . ever food may be afloat. —Detroit Fres JFtass, The woman who enters the street ca? with two big market baskets know# that ihe'# unwelcome to the passengers) an...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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FRIGHTENED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

•FRIGHTENED HER. Soeioty Rotiebnd—" Then you thlofe Ifcok carea (or me 7" , Old 8tager—" I'm oui« o! H. His eyes fel< «wed jonr every moTemant lsifc a!gh^n j '(Ai#raed)—«' Dfftbloaej Do yea fsally feinlt he saw &tt 1 ate at sappes ?" i

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HAY MARKET', [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

HAY MARKET', Messrs J, Bar (viae and |Oo» report,:—Hay, manger, £5 10s to £6 ; do.( sheaves, £3 09 to £41 chaffing sheaves, £2 105 to £8 15e gtWff I Viotprloe, £2 to <$ I S» m is so as t« n J *

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RATHER SMART. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

RATHER SMART. A abort Mmt ago a emart Yanks# callnS. at i f livery ftable and wanted 8 double team tor i ien days' trip into the conntry, and She itablmran rsfuaod to let him one, because b<s. iras a "trigger. Thero was much diucussioa rod finally the Yankee 6aid— •' What ia your team worth ?" " Four hundred and fifty dollars." " IfI pay you that aum for it, will you bay ,t back again when I return ?•' eaid the cus lomar; and upon receiving p.n effirw&tiye •eplv he promptly put up the oash. Ten daya later ha returned, and fcto the stable ho alighted and V-'" —.C-O, saying, •' Well, here i" iow I want my irpoey.>' - 79°* ^ ' The. suiu was v>~; >nd war IcrtW" ..ased to him, and he taraea mat aa!J»r .ugthe place when the livery (fi p**' .,n oat, " Look here, aren't you fioing .,•.'.10 for that team?" •« For wh»t team ?" asked tho Yankee, ui % aurpTiBei tone. ' , „ "For the one you jnst brought back. «• Well, now," drawled the Yankee, jotl le'nt fool enough t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

Ohurch Services. 0HUROH OF K.NiGLAND St. Paul's Gisborne— 11 B.ra 7 p.m Riddell—3 p.m J) RE8BYTERIAN OHU-EOH Sunday, May 31, I9H. Giaboruo—11 a.m. Upper Macedon—7.33 Riddell—3 p.m. J^ETHODIST CHURCH, GISBORNE Sunday, May 31 Gisborne—11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Macedon—3.15 p.m. Mr Illingworth Macedon at7—Mr Oikley Incumbent Upper Macedon—3 p.m New Gisborne—7. M«- Kingston

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THE PUREST PEARL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

THE PUREST PEARL, . Beside the church door, e,-weary tad atone, • - J "A'fciind woman aat on the cold iioor-stoae> Thr wind *»» bitter, the snow Tell fast, . And a mooting voice in the fitful bias* . v geemeJ ever to echo tho.mo&r.iog 3ry, As she begged an alms of the passers-by! "Have pHy cn me, have pity, I pray i . Ki :My. back is bort and my hair is gray." Tfce belle were ringing the hour of prayer, /And many good people were gathered \ 1 .there; - " But oo»eted with furs and mantles warm, They. harried past through the wintrj storm. Boms wen hogfsg.thelr eoiils to eava, " And jorr.* were thinking of death and tha ; ' • .. " gra*e, * ' ' - - - — - And,alas J they had no. times to hoed _ L--The poor «oul aiking for oharity'&meed i "And some were blooming wish beauty's - - grace, „And closely muffled in veila oi lace; They - saw not the Borrow nor hoard th9 moan Oi net: who aat on the eold door-gtone» . . At last came one of a noble name, *"'i' By the'city count...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

Influenza Cure The Unfailing Reraedy fosr &sSueute, OaU*?hj Sroochi^B, cad s Weak G&tsai ^ I9e*«a sflftSuMMi» $>■}}&& fsl'svsa &a *jisd!S? 1?.! 3- i£?i^Y«a«Haifc A&&& iWfc-ft til

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MARRIAGES OF CELEBRATED MUSICIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

#ARfcIAOES "OF C£L£0 RAIDED MUSICIANS. •i—Web»r'« *« .Carolina Brandt, g talented soubrette, laid to.hava been a.good deal spoiled by the p-ublio, though she ieft •"-i \--.-the stage on her marriage. • She brought i mueh happinesa to Weber, who was ft model " husband, and felt that hie greatest pleasure in life was to provide for hi8 wife and children, to the utmost of bis power. Mozart was first deeplp enamoured of ZJoysia, second daughter of Fridolin Weber, a prompter and copyist of Mannhoim, but her own attachment aid not survive hie ab sence for a few months, and she scarcely seemed to remember him on his return. Four years afterwards,, he married Weber'o third daughter,' Constarizo; but though she had some excellent qualities she proved to bs , a thoroughly, bad manager, and scarcely tha . ideal wife for a man so careless about money matters as Mozart was. They began house keeping on next to nothing, and.in eixmonths were in serious difficulties, whilst later on the wife suffer...

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BRAY BROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

BKA.VBIIOOK SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, May 11. The Country Roads Board wrote applying for further tenders for spalls in connection with the work on Ballarat road.—Or. Pennell said that the Board should bo asked to allow the Engineer to do half the width of the road at a time. The road was fairly impassable at timea. —The Secretary: Some drivers of waggons ought not to be allowed to drive at all. The Board had been asked to allow half the road to be done. P. Rodgers complained that he had been thrown from his cycle and had sustained damages to the extent of £3, owing to a spall being allowed to lie upon the road.—Decided that the Council could not be held respon sible for damage done by things fall ing from passing vehicles. The Shire of Newlmm and Woodend considered the powers vested in the Country Roads Board to bo detri mental to the best interests of the shires, and asked the Council to join in a protest.—Cr. Gran well: I do not agree with the opinion. The Board is getting more work ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not cocesnurily ondorce the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—ed. G.G.] STOCK ON THE ROADS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

CORRESPONDENCE | We do not cocesnurily ondor.-c the opinions erprewod by corrccpondout* in this column.—ed. G.G.] STOCK on THE ROADS. to the editor of the qazettb StS,-—I sec- by your last issue the council intend to extend the boundaries for the ranger, and Cr Brady said the Borough riding was not in a position to pay the increased salary that would have to be paid to the ranger. What is the use of extending tho boundary when the present area cannot be attended to? Cattle are still to be found on the streets of the township at night. What a farce it is to have a ranger whose duty it is to see that cattle are removed at nights, and apparently nothing is done to enforce the' law. Or Brady is right. It is not fair to put all this expense on to the Borough riding. Why not make the thing self supporting as they do in other shires ? Everyone who keeps stock on the roads of tho shire should pay a small rental. Cr Heard said there was S?00 head of stock ou the streets and l'oads, At 3f) a ...

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EMPIRE DAY. Celebration at Gisborne. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

EMPIRE DAY Celebration at Gisborne. The weather conditions were fav ourable for the local Empire Day celebration, which, however, was confined to the local schools. The Ciisborne Shire Council had donated £il to each of the schools within the boundaries of the shire. Morning Part. In the early part of the day there was a large gathering at the Gis borne State school, where the pupils were all marshalled under the head teacher (Mr. Lanvon). The ceremony of saluting the (lag was performed with precision, after which three hearty cheers wer® given. Mr. V. B. Roberts, who occupied the chair, delivered an address explaining how Empire Day came to be instituted. This was entirely due to the Earl of Meath, who thus conceived the idea, of perpetuating the memory of the late Queen Victoria. Addresses were also delivered by "Madame de Fcglcy and tho Revs. H, F. Millar and T>. G. Baillie, B.A. Patriotic songs and recitations were given by the children, and essays on the Empire were contribu...

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Gisborne Police Court. THURSDAY, MAY 28th, Before Mr Barlow, P M., and Mr Amess, J P. DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

Gisborne Police Court THURSDAY, MAY 28th, Before Mr Barlow, P M., and Mr Amess, J P. Debt. Thos Grieve v Aubrey Denison Hoad, for work and labour done, £18/2/6. There was ' no appearance of defendant. Mr Hennessey j appeared for complainant. Order for amount, with £3/12/6 costs, 1 Vaccination Cases. There were several vaccination cases brought forward by Constables Chamber lain and Cullinan iii the majority, the children had been vaccinated. S. D Evans and D. Wiltshire, who pleaded conscientious objections, were each fined 30/-. Liquor Case. Eva Lawrence, of New Gisborne Hotel, was charged with having on her shelves, on the 18th December l?st, a bottle of \vhisk\ which was not according to the label Mitchell's whisky, bottled by Billings and O'Hara. Mr Freeman, Crown sol'citor, prosecuted, and Inspector Allan proved thr sample had been weakened. Major Wilson, who was allowed to appear for defendant, said that all the other bottles were correct, and, in his opinion, someone had taken...

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