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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
F. u a MY ON M.p.S. — CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAMYONS PHARMACY. »„d — p>w WOODEND. &y Special Appointment to Hia .Excellency, Sir John M. F, Fuller, Bart., K.C.M.O. 0 HpHIS b thermosfc reliable Pharmacy in the district,; where Quality is of first .jl toipoftaace. ..We want to please you and tf'ake you a regular visitor at the '"whether you buy or not. There is nneed for you to go elsewhere. You , 4wlH ba treated well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. 'Savin-tenths of all headaches have their origin in strained vision. Properly fitted Gkiseea will entirely remove the cause. J have the most modern complete wtft for the Scientific Testing of all Eyesight Defects. While you are Jthinking sbottt it, make up your mind to come here foi Glasses. PATENT MEDICINES HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES S&dtLCsd to Town Prices. of all descriptions. SBHH iSSfSBACTED Paixlksblt. Orders by return mail, rail, or coach. 11 Jt'Hr Hair is turning grty, u«e the great Sulphur Hair Restorer. It will ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
Heam@*s Bronchitis Cure 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 Sorenesa in the chedt, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject t&lt;3> Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It 18 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 ie not known where "Coughs" havet on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without itiVa® taken at die beginning, a doss o? two is generally sufficient* ' and a complete cure is certain. Ml Chemists as&d Medicine Veadom 'v ■■ ... .. NOTICE. MB H. Mo LOOMED (Q.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUEGEON Will rislt Giflborns regularly on SALS DAYS. All kinds o( domBBttc&t«di eaimalr nt...
MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. BeBfc good-ionditioned stores, 2Ls to 62; slips, lis to lis; suckers, 5s to 10a porkerp, heavy weights, 38s to 40s; priina serviceable'weights, 33s to 32s; light, 278 to 30s ; baconers, prime, 50s to 58s ; extra 60s to 64s; light, 38a upwards Back tatters, extra prime heavy fats, £3 10s to E4 18s ; bulk prime and weighty, £3 to £4 ; roughs, from. 30s^ .^Kairy Cattle—Milkers, best, £'9 15s to 614; good do., £7 15s to £9 ; others, £5. ipringers : Best, £7 10s to £8 10; couple, £9 16s ; good do., L6 10a to L7 5s ; others, Li; springing heifers, Li to L5 6s; few. choice forward heifers, L7 10s ; others, L3 5b o L3 15s. Fat cows, to L7 5s ; good do., good do., Li 15s to L5 10s; others, 30s up,
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
COMMERCIAL . —$ MELBOTJBNE LIVE STOUK MARKET. Tuesday Fat Sheep. — Quotations : — Prime rossbred wethera, 17s Od to 18s .Od ; good to 16s 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14s id to 15s 9d ; good do,, 12s.6d to lSs.-JGd ; jrime merino wethers, 15s „9d to 17s ^Od ; ^oori ao,, 13a 6d to 15a Od, Fat Lambs—Prime sold at from lla Od o 15s Od ; extra,; J684>0d„,to 18s jOd jggood, 9d to 13s Od, Wednesday Fat Cattle—2400;-''yarded Primejj bul h>a wold at fro>n £11 Os to £12 10s Od ; ex do,, £13 10s to £15 0a Od ; good do, £8 L5s to £10 0a; second and lighter do, 7 hb to .£8 Os ; prime pens of cowe, £7 u £9 2a; g-jjd do, £G 10a to £7 5s Fat Calves—6G0 penned Prime steers and heifers, £4 10a to £5 15a Od; prime calves, 45a to 55a ; best small calves, 20s to 32b
TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
TOOLERN VALE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) TliasdRV. The monthly shoot of the Toolern Vak Gun Club was hsld on S?turday last, wh^n a very enjoyable att^rnoon was spent by the 10 shoo.eis who iuet at the club's grounds to paiticipate in the various competitions. The main items were the "Hydraulic" and "Holloway" trophies, aud in these, two new names were added to the list of winners, viz , L Murnane in the former, with a pos sible 5, and "Hydraulic'' in the latter, with ft kills, P. Murnane bein^ runner-up with one kill less. The tailoring were the results:—"Hydraulic" Trophy, 5 birds, L Murnane; "Holloway" Trophy, "Hyd raulic," Skills; Sweeps;—No 1, "Hyd raulic," 5 kills; 2, "Hydraulic," C (. hailton, 5 kills; 3, T. Cundon, L. Murnabe, 3 kills ; 4, T. Condon, P. Murnane, 6 kills ; 5, H. Campbell, T. Burton, 3 kills; 6, "Hyd raulic," C. Chariton, 4 kills ; 7 (of! box), "Hydraulic," 2 kills ; $ (of! boxj, "ftiyu raulic," i'. Condon, 2 kills; 9 (off-'box) "Hydraulic," P Murnane, T. bu...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by correspondents in this column.—ED G.G.] A PRAISEK [?] [?]THY ACTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. 1 \V0 do "uot uecossuvily otidoreo the opinions eSprossftd hy (wYnKsvuwlcute lu tin? column.—'Rn> x A PKMSSW"' _ .. oiiTHY ACTION. TO TH 10 EDITOR OF T11R GAZKTTE. Sir, —A most praiseworthy nctirn was performed by Mr W J. Healny, on Saturday lac.t, which certainly deserves special men tion and commendation. A big hulking blackguard was apparently running amok in a mad slate of intoxication on the Gisborne platform at the time of the departure of the afternoon train, and making use of the most foul and vile language. Mr Healy remon strated with the man, but his abuse and language became stonger and viler. Then Mr. Healy very pluckily took upon himself to arrest the foul ofiene'er. The station master, M; Buchanan, came to his assis tance, and between them the man wps placed in'a cab and taken to the Gisborne lock-up, and \ laced in .charge of Constable Kettle Such action by Mr Healey and Mr Bucbaoan is deserving of the highest praise. The regret of the incident is t...
Empire Service at Melton [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
Empire Serv.ce at Melton Our Mellon South. correspondent writes:—On the 2-ttli May (Empire Sunday), services were conducted in Clirist . Churcli, Melton, morning and evening, appropriate to the occasion. The churcli was suitably decorated with flags. The vicar, lie v. P. Martin, was fclio preacher for the day, and was assisted in the service by Mr Hoget, lion. reader. The' members of the light horse com panies of Melton and iiacchas Marsh, in uniform, were in attendance under .Lieut. Farrell, also Lieut. Jills bury, of the infantry corps ol: Melbourne. At the hour to commence the service, the con gregation, which was very large, rose and sang the national anthem, during ' which the members of the companies marched up the aisle of the church, followed by Mr Iloget and the vicar. The service was fully choral, and the choir led the singing, Mrs Perry Martin presiding at the organ. The anthem, "'Oh Come, let us Sing unto the Lord, and make a Joyful iSoise," was given. i±yuius 4o/ and 54...
FOOTBALL. RIDDILL DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. GISBORNE 5-7, BEAT MACEDON 3-10. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
FOOTBALL. Kiddkll District Association. GtSBOllNE 0-7, BEAT MaCEDON 3-10. By •'EDthuslaal" Tie first competition match on the Islan 1 took place on Saturday last, when the above teams met for the first- time this season. There was a large atten dance, Macedon and local • supporters turning out in good force. The weather was all thai could be desired tor a good exhibition of the premier winter pastime, but hopes of such an exhibition were not realised, the game being devoid of scientific or systematic football. The real fault was to be found in the crowd ing on the ball, by players on both sides, and any hopes of a good game were thus entirely out of the question. A descrip tion of the game is needless, for each succeeding quarter was a repetition of the first, the scrambling being, perhaps, more apparent iii the'latterj half. In the first half Macedon had wretched luck in shooting for goal, one goal being scored out of six scoring shots, Gisborne re plied with 5 goals 5 behinds. The...
Presentation to Mr. D. A. Little. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
Presentation to ILr. J}. A. Little. lieforc (.he adjournment for lunch. - on Friday, the standing orders were suspended to permit of the presenta tion of an address being made to Air. D. A. Little, the late secretary and engineer, now pf Wcrribee. The President said he took the op portunity of extending to Mr. Little a cordial welcome. They all re gretted that ill". Little had severed his connection with the shire. Dur ing his term of five years a great deal of work had been done, and done well, by Mr. Little. They had decided to ask Mr. Little to accept a token of their x-ecognition of the able manner in which he had carried out his duties. The following waa tiie text of the address, which was beautifully illuminated and read • hy the President ;— To David Armstrong Little, C.E. Dear Sir,—We, the undersigned, councillors of the Shire of Melton, desire, on the occasion of your r& aiguation, after live years' service, to express our groat appreciation of the capable find thor...
MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
MELTON SH1BE COUNCIL 'Jbu ordinary meeting of t-.lio above wus held on Friday, present : L'rs. Greene (President), BubecU, Minns, Kinnersly, Bobinson, Browne, .Leake, and MT herson, Correspondence. From J. F. . iuiiiub, sec. o£ the Closer .Settlement Board, stating, in reply, that the Council should take steps to recover the rates due by Air. G. i'. r. Fxell, as the Board could not do anything n the matter, and .stating Lhat action was being taken with a view to the cancellation of Mr. Fxcell's lease.—(Jr. Kinnersly : As we went so far, wo should refer the matter to Mr. Kobertson again. It was decided to hold the matter over. From the i^hire of JN'ewham and Uoodend, asking for a conference to discuss the Main Bonds Board.—The President said he had a visit from the Board last week. lie thought their attitude was reasonable, and ill tlie' interests of the shires. lie would move the letter be received, and ho action taken.—Cr, Bobinson endorsed the remarks 01 the l'resi dent. lie did n...
THE COLONIAL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-BE HUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
THE COLONIAL EXPERIENCES OF YOU-FT. KUAG. From You-Be-Hung of'Little Bug' street, ;n the City of Mel bun, in the Colony of tho White Barbarian called 'Victoria/./*? Almond-Eyes, of High-street, in the City of Canton, in the Flowery Land, Greeting• —" 0, my . beloved Almond-Eyes, the strange and wondrous things which have befallen your You-Be since last ho left the fragrant land of his birth place, and after being tossed in the Fiery i Junk on the rolling waves of the great waters for a time that did seem to him to bo many, many days, (for he suffered the torture, which is called 'sea-sik,') and the flights beheld by him since he set his feet in this barbaroue lacd of the foreign devil, have caused his kaee.i to tremble with astonishment, and his moath and eyes to epon with aurprise 1 " As you know, 0 lovely AJmond-Eyos, tho White Victorians shake with a great fear lest the children of our land should come in great numbers and take their country from them, and they therefore ohooaa c...
RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
RIDDELL (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday.' Several days ago, an- officer from (lie Central Board of Health visited here, and made careful inspection of the main drain Or gully that passes through the town ship. For a long time the sanitary con dition of this drain has been a source of trouble between some of the residents and the local shire council. By some it is asserted that it is a menace to health, and that the shire council should proceed with works of a costly nature to remedy matters; but the shire council has not considered it necessary to do so. It ap appears now that the Health Department is moving in the matter; for the officer, during his late visit, took levels and made surveys, that give the impression that some drastic action is to be taken. If the health authorities force matters, there will be a big expenditure to face by fclie ratepayers. The Trustees of the park and recreation l?es6rre are making provision to have water laid on to the racing booth and enclos...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
Was Never Well. DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS GIVE COMPLETE RELIEF FROM NEURALGIA AND BILIOUSNESS. Neuralgia is caused by poorness of blood, and a remedy that will purify the blood will overcome Neuralgia. That Dr. Morse's In dian Root Pills do this speedily and thorough ly is proved by the follow ing statement received from Mrs. ,T. Hyde, of 26 Evclyn st...Melbourne, Victoria, who writes: — "Just a few lines in refer From &lt;r Photn, ence to your Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a medicine. During the past two years I suffered from Sick Head aches and Neuralgia and periodic Biliousness. In spite of dieting and medical advice, I was never well. I used to dread the days and nights of nervous agony and only women 'who have suffered from Sick Head aches know what those nights were." Some time back I was advised to give Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial, but I did not do so at that time, for I had been advised to try so many med icines. But a friend who had suffered from Ne...
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
MINIMUM WEIGHT OF FISH. J3arracoutta 4 os Iihickfish (except blackfish taken from streams flowing northward from the Great Dividing Range) 4 03 Bream 6 Bream, silver .. .. .. .. 0 ,, Butter fish 4 ,, Cat fish 4 >) Cravfish—length 9 in Flathead 4 os Flounder ...... 6 ,, Garfish 1 i> Gravling or Yarra Herring 2 „ Lino; .5 » Luderick 6 ,, Mackerel 5 ,, Mullctt 2 ,, Murray Cod .. •• Murray Perch .. 8 os Perch 5 ,, Perch, English .. .. .. 4 )5 Pike 6 Red Mullett 4 Rock Cod ,. 4 a Rough or Roughy ...... 2 ,) Salmon Trout 2 )} Salmon, California 8 ,> Salmon, English 8 „ Sand Mullet or Poddies. . • 0 >> Schnapper 12 )} Silver Fish or Silver Perch 4 Skipjack 4 ,» Snook 4 &lt;1 Sole- 5 ,, Strane-ir .. 2 Travab .............. Q „ Trout of all kind, not indi genous to Victoria .. .. 3 n Trump :tor ..06 ,, Whiting .. 4 „ Whiting. Sand 2 „ Yellow Tail .. «• .. Slbs
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 — 5 June 1914
rGSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS • ** [Where the term "The common wealth" is used in connection with these rate6 and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. For every J ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery in tis« British Em pire .. 0 1 For delivery iu tho Now HebrideB, Banks, and Torres Islands .. 0 3 For delivery in other place® .... 0 2| LETTER CAJRDS. vor delivery witbia the Common-wealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half, or delivery in the Britioh E moire (see list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle. Id. each. •'or delivery iD New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, 'id. each. i''or delivery in other plaoea— Single, 2Jd. each. P0ST CAJRDS. fcrngie fostcaroa impressed mtn j Id. stamp, and Roplj or double cards, ! daoh half of iviioh lias the Id. jbam$ ; impressed thei-eon, may be transmitted to placet within the Commonwealth, and to thoBQ places, enumerated uudei "Letters," to which l...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 5 June 1914
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. .Revis :d by J. JJ. Semmens. Chief In spector oi 1'isiieries and Game on 2ud Aprii, L'ji3:— 8 THE WHOLE YEAR. All Auitialian fauna, with the excep tion 01 snake.-;, in the national parks pi./i:io gardens aeanthizae or tits, ani,-uai&lt;a-i. porcupine, or echidnas. i*abb;-.r.s, b.nrv (.-co native beari). bee rtuvs, b.tterus, bronze-winged ;.nJ ytin.T w:ld p;giujus, buv.ard or wild tr.rk;.y. Caiifi■i-:i;a.. quail, caterpillar-catchers. ciii»^ ep.«t.uauura.-). cuicli-winji fjiaU. covkiiioas (biaek). cranes, all ii icls lciiu'.va ;'s cranes, such as herons, egrets, eie. (except the Native coin or Australian crane), cuckoos, euvkoo-shrik^s-, curlews (;>ue southern aoiU' plover, etc.) .Deer, i.oves, Java turtle; doves, wild. KcniJ. a-> or pur.'jup.ne, ant-eaters, . gr^is. see cranes. etc.; emus, opkthi .uuiras or c.:ats. . r a taiis. 'iy-catchers, frogmouth or urgus and n\opoke9. Gia-.-aiur, laiu.ij, ul.' members oS Herons, see cranes. Ibi...