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

— F- UAMYON M-PS. — CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAM YON S~FHARMACY. 40d"SIw^E and ZZ pir WOODEND. Af Appointment to His ExcdUncy, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Bart., K,C,M,G. o THI8 Jg the most reliable Pharmacy in the district," where Quality is of first importance. We want to please you and make you a regular visitor at tho Pharmacy, whetiwr you buy or not. There ia nnoed lor you to go elsewhero. You will ba treated well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. — Sarsn-tentha of all hoadachea have thair origin in strained vision. Properly flfeted Glasses will entirely remove the cause, I have the most modern complete oafcfit for the Sciantific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are thinking about it, make up your mind to come here for Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HOUSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES radueed to Town Prices. of all descriptions. EJUras Extbactkd Painlessly. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. If yoar Hair is turning grey, use the great Sulphur Hair Restorer, It will BSs£2fe voa look young...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

.U-, Tto Good JUST IN >TIM8 BRONCHITIS CURE " Tfe@ Grahdeet Remedy for COUGHS and COLDS E5iSE^C5®29^55^CKS®C5®S A dos© cs'&w© is geasrallf guMclesaI • IEEP i BOTTLE !H THE HOUSE •''SOL© -by ail CHEMISTS essd STORES NOTICE. MB EL I. LOONEl (G.M.V.O.) VETERINARY 8UEGEON Will visit Qiaborno regularly on SALS DATS. All kinds of Aoineafcioated acisaalr attended to. All telograma Trill roooin jjrempt afctonfcion. Mr Loonay Baay oi eonouUed at Mesara Brady Bjob.' Bfcofa ca Sal Bays. Cksirntlng a Specially. All kinds d daaesitk (Oiiruak cttsnded to. 'AHDSOWiU.YOUB£.g IF-V6U-USB THE SAMB OIL.. I NMJWMiillSI "SAFETY" BRAMS !S UNSURPASSED. SgFARATOM prigs STRIPPER. MAWV&&TRRA BWBlSA OftDSS'tti BULK fir SAVE money |3 not oner in cost evr in PRsicttr. , - \ia:dufii ^ & 4&fe'M£ck ozS^mil J<£s fQRTHtBEST^TOVTHlKGOOTO! g per gaJJon %/h^j PufiiismnD ita, AlTKEN STREET, ''"GiSBORNE. •, -U-fi-uoisi., ..... ■ ^flbndates ell ferongh tha Wbi* Setmss D...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY OATTLfc MARKET. Best good-t. onditioned stores, 21a to 62; flips, lis to 14s; suckers, 6s to 10s porkers, heavy weights, 38s to 40s; prim p servioeablefweights, 33a to 32s ; light, 27» to 30s; baconers, prime, 50a to' 58s ; extra 60s to 64s; light, 38s upwards Back fatterB, extra prime heavy .fats, £3 10a to ti4 18a ; balk prime and weighty, £3 to £4; roughs, from 30a; ^Daikt Cattle—Milkers, beat, £9 15s to 614 ; good do., £7 IBs to £9 ; others, £5 Jpringers : Best, £7 10s to £8 10; couple. £9 15s; good do., L6 10s to L7 6s j others, Li; springing heifers, LI to L5 5s; few choice forward heifers, L7 10s; others, L3 5t o L3 15s. ! Fat cows, L6 to L7 6s ; good do., good do,, L4 15s to L5 10s; others, 30a up,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

RIDDELL (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. The passage, in its final stage, of the Home Rule Bill for Ireland was the subject of rejoicing by many here, who gave outward expression of their gratification by a display of green flags, and   earnest congratulations between each other, and a sincere hope that a general advantage will be the outcome of a long fought-for right and victory. The entertainment by the Music Clowns, on the 9th prox., promises to be a most attractive event. This company has visited Riddell before. The entertainment is in aid of the local tennis club. The football match between Riddell and Gisborne on Saturday last, was a most interesting game. The general opinion is that the best team won, and that speed and youth were the factors for victory. Still good old veterans like G. Martin and C. Garlick and others held their own. Mr. Michael Honan, who owns a large portion of the Red Rock Estate, has constructed a large, up-to   date shee...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gazette. PUB;OSJED EVERU FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Adverting Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla Romssy, & Bacchus Marsh Shirt Council FRTDAY, MAY 29, 1914 SIR IAN HAMILTON'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 29 May 1914

?UBUt8HED BVKRT 1XW.4.T. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Oitborne Gazette <i an Adverting Medium »/" ths Oisborne, Melton, Bulla jRomtey, «Sr Bacchui Marth Shirt Councib FRTDA.T, MA.Y 29, 1914 SIR IAN HAMILTON'S SPEECH Tho speech of Sir Ian Hamilton at Wellington seems to liavo raised tin ire of Japan. O.ie of the Japanese newspapers declared, as the result of Sir Ian's speech, that "Japan must stand alone." Thit nation reiVrH by these words to th.; precarious stability of the Anglo-Japanese alliance, bit Ian Hamilton, in liis speech, f-poke oi the Pacific, in opposition to its name, as likely in the future to become the storm centre ot affairs. Considering the apparently friendly feeling sup posed to be existing at the present time and her remote ally Japan, the reported public uiterauou of the British general at Wellington, maj be said to be impolitic, perhaps in discreet, for one Japanese newspaper goes eo far as to accuse the geneial oi being & disturber of the peace. It...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YANKEE YARNS. THE ARIZONA KICKER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

j fANKEE YARNS. THE ARIZONA KICKER. A few weeks ago we felt i! our dnty a* a conscicntious editor to refer to Col. Dan Skinner, who runs the wlnsky ranch on the other bank oi I'lum Creek, as a man whose absence from this locality would be of great benefit. We haven't j time to look back through our tiles, but j we probably added That he was an un hung villain whose case had somehow been overlooked. Tiie Colonel saw the item and buckled on his gun to pay us a call. The nearer he got to us, the stron ger grew his feelings that he was about to monkey with a landslide two miles long, and he finally stopped and turned back, and sent for Lawyer Hamilton, We were informed yesterday afternoon that we were about to be sued for 50,000 iolsars damages, and we mounted our mule and rode over to the ranch. The Colonel saw us coming and got away on his burro, but we run him down at the end of a mile, and had a talk with him. He not only assured us in the n^ost emphatic language that be had nftver ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHOES AND SLIPPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

SHOES AND 8&IPPER& Tb» elyra e>s a p&Tt of the dress of &n ffi& ridnal man beg always had a personal ref erence an! & special aignifie&nco, It ie not the most honourable portion of the drees, bat still it is an important part, and bu eves had its eaparate and distinct symbolism, Tha nhoa gets dusty or moddy as man jour neys oyer many kinds of roads in the walk oi life, and needs changing or to bo oast of! when ons seeks to draw near to a oapcrioi or to put on the garments of festivity, but in the better grades of socicty no man would finger his dasty shoes while there was a alava at hand to do it for him. Hence the hu mility of the phrase, " The latchet of wliosa shoes I am not •worthy to unloose." Tlii< task was usually assigned to the slave mosi recently pnrchosed, beaanse it was counted j one of the meanest and lowest duties of the household. The owner on his part, as ho east of? his shoes for another to receiv...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RESULT OF OVERWORK. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

.ii<>:i.rlt <>f ovktiwork. i iii • .-it - ••ikwl brain maj rt:afiii» :.!u- 's- aipimns of a dis ' : i.> liu=»;•• to vertigo; . .; rs;>-1:.- . : n the eyes, a * .. nuiuuue -s in the li . .ii •,|.iu.->ujs in (lie fact • .i.-i- wlr--h is shown o.. ... i ' .... uy sleep lesnii. '' ved. Thcst •ire ti:i. ; ... .euses. In ^enural tin: [Jmujih i • ; i'., i,.. almost wholly of sleep, or has >.n1..oa.>,int dreams. He 6j>.ds it impossible to li;i his attention on any suojeoi, ami is attacked by a pain in the head ii he ai r ni«iitni effort. He can Dot liepsnd up u t: r , ui:' iorgets the simplest facte, and mu-..us mistakes in using words. There is e great indecision mani feited in simple matters, accompanied by a morbid apprehension of impending evil, and the patient is afraid that he will himself oommit aome dreadful act. We have known of a man who dreaded to go on a ferry boat, because Ls feared that ho would throw liim» Belf off ; of another wh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEREDO. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

THE TEREDO. Some of the most powerful marauders rvin ■ I I,' : .) ritorv belong to thfj shellfish, ilitiussjlves as near .relations of uissels, and their many allies, i.ii' U ... may be ranked the famous iui, the teredo of the naturalists. "m - 'iii:iuril was first styled the shipworm by i'.ij ! iii;- contemporaries; and in ' . i reteiiiiiii-s u worm much more closely .ii.i.i! its shellfish neighbours. As a worm, innm-d, it was at first classified by natura lists. The importance of the shipworm arises from the use it makes of its appa rently insignificant shells as a boating ap paratus ; and any seaside visitor, residing on a coast whore an- 0C' an swell or severe storms strew the shore with driftwood, has but to use bis eye; to assure himself of the extent iii ••••■•fec"jion of the whipworm's labours. -iftwood may be seen to be lite I- ■ ' iiiulmses, which live in ...< t.voavate. Each habi ■: ' .11 I-.,' i>o. coated by a "limy ■ !,u i-uiar body, and the iL is noted to...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOVE'S ROSES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

LOVE'S« ROSES. J In & meadow gay and flowered, ^ On a balmy summer's day, <.t '• Walked a maid by nature dowsred With more charms than tongue can As her arms with flowers she 1 Gay and ohildiBh was her air, i And her charming face was shaded By her curls of chestnut hair. '. In that meadow, o'er the daisies, Wander two, instead of one, And a handsome stranger gaze3 i At the sweet maid he has won. / Thrice as . hapiiy is the maiden As when with the flowers she played } All her heart with love is laden For the idol she has made. Still that meadow; but the roses From the maiden's cheeks have gona; No more gathers she'sweet posies, But she wanders there alone. , 'Neath her feet a daisy token . Smiles, though crushed bj- feet of men} But the i,weet maid's heart is broken She can never love again. —Chambers's Journal,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HAY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

I = ! HAY MARKET'. Messrs J. Bar wise and lOo. report:—Hay, manger, £5 10b to £6 ; do., sheaves, £3 5a to £4; chaffing sheaves, £2 10s to £2 16s Steaw : Viotorian, £2 to £% gp 64 j Taa ISftPifta, £3 5s to £3 7a 6d

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHY THE REV. DR. MUDGE STOPPED HIS PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

WHY THE REV. DR. MUDGE STOPPED HIS' PAPER. Some years ago-,-when the writer was a re porter, it devolved on him to write for the same edition an account of the presentation of a gold-headed cane to the Kev. L>< *tor Mudge, the clergyman of the place, and a de scription of a new hog-killing machine that had just been put in operation at the factory Now, what made the liev. Mr. Mudge, mad was this:—The inconsiderate compositor who made up the forme got the two accounts mixed in a frightful manner, and when it went to press, something like this v,as tho appalling result: — "Some of the Kev. Mudge's friends called on him yesterday, and, after a brief consultation, the unsu's' pecting hog was seized by the hind legs and slid along the beam until it reached the hot-, water tank. His friends explained the ob ject of the visit, and presented him with a handsome gold-headed butcher, who grabbed • him by the tail and swung him round, and in less than a minute the carcass was in ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

Church Services. QHUROH OF ENGLAND St. Paul's Gisborne— 11 a.m 7 p.m Upper MacedoH—11 a m New Gigbnrnu 7 Macedon—3 p.m. Hi.ly (Jc nimun o.i at la'lcr 111r»''~ services Incumbent > ) R ii S !i Y r £ 111 A N C li UKOB Sunday, Jan. 7, 11)14. ^i.ibornc—11 a.m Upper Mncedon— 7 30 Riddell—3 p.m. Tookin Vale—11 a.m. Maucdon—7 p.m. Suinlny, June 7tii Gisborni"—11 a in and 7 p.m. Macedon--8.15 n.m. —Rev Root H. Green

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HE TOOK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

HE TOOK NOTES. The other day, a Detroit boy of thirteen, ! who looked very innocent and child-likc as he reposed under a shade-tree on Beech Street, roused up when joined by another lad of his own ago, and confidently inquired, " Well, did you make observashuns ?" J " I did," was the reply. " And we kin hook the apples and not git ootclied, kin wo V" "You wait a minute," commandod the other as he held an old slate up to the light to enable him to read the following " Notes " in pencil:—" Went down in frunt of house ; saw old woman with club; saw dog layin' low for us ; saw red-headed girl ready to ring cow-bell and give alarm; 6aw man inside breathin' hard and acliin' to kill a boy; hull fam'ly looked me in eye ; pressure too heavy, and I backed off; nice appuls, them, but I under the circumstances I guess we'd better keep on cliewin' ole lemons." "'Nother disappointment added to our burdens," sighed the first, and they loafed on.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Giborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

l'UbLi.sKBn rvkkv ruixAV. wrrn '<i;:-r,\;<:\ruNT. The (Jixhurnt 'Auri/r is >,•! Adixrii ■ay M< (iiuui of the dixborne, Aielton, Bulla, Komsmj, ut Bacchus Atarjh Skire (Joimciis FR.111A y,_ JUNE 5, 191-1. Obscene Language—At the New Gisbornc railway station, on Saturday, a man named. John Doyle, avIio was under the influence of drink, attempted to enter a first-class railway carriage. When he was put out, he used iilthy language in1 the presence of several ladies, who were 011 the platform. When remonstrated with, his language became, if possible, worse. The stationmastor, Mr .Buchanan, who was assisted by Mr Healey, than overpowered the fellow and he was hand ed over to the police, lie was brought before Mr Cherry, J.P., and lined lo/ Ihe man, who is not khown in the dis trict, was travelling to Melbourne. ! New Insolvent—Arthur Howell Pad Jey, of Woodend, farmer. Causes of in soive'ic}r—Inability to raaliso assets, depreciation in land purchased,...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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[?]PTIONS FOR AUTOGRAPI ALBUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

JMUfiOtlONS FOB AUTOGHAP1 ' 4S ALBUMS. Ttom album is a golden spot, | Ta which' to write " forget-me-not." f Let n« not love in word, neither in tongu^ •hi in dead and in truth. j Friendship's jewels shall glisten forover. 1 May the silver waves that bear you heaven IWrd be fillod with love's whisperings. Flowers of true friendship never fade. Prova all things; hold fast that which it {c od.—1 These. 5: 21. When yon are sitting all alone, reflecting on the past, Bttnember that you hare a friend that will forever last.. Use gentle words, for who can toll. The' blessings they impart ? How oft they fall (as manna fell) On Borne nigh fainting heart. May yon never change except in nams. - Labor conquers all things. Friendship is a golden knot, tied by aa fcBgel's hand. May thy life be blest Withthe joy thou lovest best; Friendship,'virtue, pleasure, troth, Hover round thy happy youth. Our friendship has budded on earth, may • it blossom in Heaven. A friend in need is a friend indeed. The...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Gisborne Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

Gisborne Shire Council ♦ The ordinary meeting of tho above was held on Tuesday. Present—Ors. M'Gregor President;), Bawden, Tamp ling, Turner, Cherry, Bird Urquhart, Gorman. Brady, Piorce, Heard, and Farrell. Deputation from Progress Association. After the minutes were read the standing orders were suspended to hear the following members of depu tation from the Gisborne Progress Association, viz., Messrs. A. Oakley and E. Gardiner. Mr. Gardiuer said they wanted to put a fence in front of the bank to make an ornament to the town. As the council objected to a barbed wire fence, they would be satisfied with something else. They might put a rail near the top. Cr. Brady said they should not look a gift horse in the mouth. They were" financ ing the affair, and had expert opinion. Councillors were only guessing, as they had not seen the fence. Cr. Bawden: 1 saw one.—Cr. Brady moved the Progress Association be allowed to put the fence u'p. Seconded by the President.—Mr. Oakley said they woul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

Miss i'rimanprude lisped to her lodger: "Mistor Barker ! I'm sorry to say Miss Uoldtooth complains of your couch ing— I'm afraid she will leave ina to-day. fcjhu declares that it sounds most dis tressful , And shu told me to say she feels sure You'd be well to-day, if you start right away Taking Woods' Great Peppermint Cure." SHirct OF KOMScY APPLICATIONS for the position, ot U J± A jS jN' E L U Li AiN Ji Jti in ROAlijEl', will be roceived up to £ p.m., ou i'xvlJJAY, 5th J UiSii, liJid. Payment at tiie rate of £62 per annum. Specification at Sliire Oitice, U- O. \\ iiJUiir, ouno tiecretwy. D'or Uluomo Unesc Complaints, . vvouud' inuvtt I'tiyyeiumit Cum. la 6 ~~DR£SSMAKiNC.~~" blisses nizumdiQ & oelis to aiiauullcC iu Luc L-aUiSo ui oi: uoino and "ouirouiidiug i^isirici, tn..i they imvc u^cnei a KOuM, ia Mk J. i*AKKiiLL s piemises iiA.vi 1L. 1 UiN i>TKliliJl', UibLiOKNh. Fir3t:t.l-Jss Wuik assumed. All kinds oi Dressmaking Uoue. Waits-WoiK a opecialty. _ uh wyes Moderate. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

F^r Children's Hacking Cough at Nigbt Woods' Orcit Pe|)perojiut Cure, la GJ

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914

jtfOTJES. Saturday's game was a great surprise to xhe locals. One supporter was heard to say "they lost their block"—and he was very near ly right too, The ease with which they scored in the first half made theui think it was an easy thing for them. The second half was a great disillusion ment for them, and they were unable to pull themselves together. However, the main thing is, they won, and it is to be Jioped they will profit by Saturday's ex perience. There will be nu fear of their being able to'slaken oil' when they meet Wood end next Saturday. The latter have a very smart team, which will be considerably strengthened by the inclusion of ".Frosty" Jieatiug, a very line player. iiiddell proved too good for Suubury on Saturday. Cecil Hull was in brilliant form on Saturday, and the Macedon players must have found it galling to have their line work nullified by his splendid dashes, His good work annoyed several of the \ Macedon barrackers, who, very unfairly, hooted one who is a ma...

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