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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

VH5LB0URNE PIG & DAIEY UATTLh MARKET, Best; good-iouditioued stores, 2Is to 62; slips, 11a to Ha; auokera, 5s to 10a porkers, heavyweights, 38a to 403; prims serviceable' weights, 33a to 32a ; light, 27« to 30a ; baoouers, prime, 00s to 58s; extra 60s to 64s; light, 38a u(wards Baok t.ittera, extra prime heas'y fatB, £3 10s to t'-i 18s ; balk prime ana weighty, £3 to t-i ; roughs, from 30a| . Daiky Cattle—Milkers, best, £9 16a to £14; good do., £7 15b to £9 ; others, £5. ipringers : Besc, £7 10s to £8 10; couple, £U 16s ; good do,, L6 10a to L7 6s ; otherB, Li; springing heifers, Li to L5 6s; few choice forward, heifers, LI LQs j others, L3 6b o u3 15s. Jb'at covn, L6 to L7 5s ; good d()u good ao., L4 15b to L5 10s; others, 30b up.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

COMMERCIAL MELBOUKJNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tueadav Fat^ ^Bheet.K— Quotations : — jPrirne roasbred wethers, 17e Od to 18s ,0d ; good -to 16s 9d; prime crossbred ewes, 14o id to 15s 9d ; good do., 12b.6d to 13d., 6d , >rime merino wethers, los^lM to 17« .Od ; tjood do., . 13s 6d to 15b Od. Fat Lambs—Prime sold st from 14s Od o 15s Od ; extra,, i t>a Od ,to 18s ,0d ;^good, <Jd to 13s Od, "llpS^SSasday Fat Cattle—2460, yarded Primej bul ock.H sold at troai £11 Ug to £1 i 10s Od j extra do., £13 lUa to £15 0a Od ; good do, £8 15a to £10 0s ; second and Jiguter do, 7 0a to £'6 0s ; prime pens of cows, £7 0s to £9 2s; goal do, £li Ills to £7 5s Fat Calves—(itiO penned Prime steers and heifers, £4 lUs to £5 15s (Jd; prime ualves, 45s to 55s ; best small calves, 20s to 32s

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DO NOT SAY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

DO NOT SAY. Do not say two first, eto., but fifty first two, as only one can be first. | It is better to nay last two weeks, eto., ealhor than past two weeks. - In using tbo words farther and further temember that farther should be used in the sense of aw&yirom, while further in the sense of on toward: "As he advanaed fur ther on his way he realized that be we a getting farther away from home." , Do not say it was a week ago to-morrow, . but it will be a week ago to-morrow. Do not say a ooat Bets well, but & eoet tits well-, and as a hen aits on eggs we should Bay a " sitting hen," not " a Betting hen." A flew Novel.—8bo-!-" H*to jeu te&4 1 la hmk't WajJ"» 8a? i'?? ®W. U .

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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A DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

A DOUBLE DISSOLUTION. Thers was a great deal of sup pressed excitement in the House of Representatives 011 l''rklay last when it became known thai the Prime Minister had asked for a double dis solution. The L'rimo Minister, Mr. •J. Cook, announced that he had ten dered certain advice to his Excel lency, which he had been pleased to accept; and that his Excellency had agreed to dissolve both Houses simultaneously. The House of Representatives then adjourned till Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. The existence of this Par liament has not yet been termin ated. All the business that remains, however, is practically that of ob taining supply. The two or three bills on the notice paper, including the second "test" bill, will bo al lowed to drop, The first bill, that to prohibit preference in Govern ment departments, has served its purpose in obtaining tho dissolution sought for. The Senate also met on Friday, and after hearing the formal an nouncement of the double dissolu tion and the exchang...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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WHAT TO TRY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

WHAT TO TRY. v ovci I -c i.i. isnrnA Ov -1 ,1. 1 W.MW.. » nn Try snuffing powdered borax np the no» triln for catarrh in the head. Try taking your ood liver oil in tomato catsup if you want to make it palatable. Try a cloth, wrung out in cold water, pul about the neofc at night for a sore throat. Try walking with your bonds behind yoa If you find yourself becoming bant forward, 'fry a saturated solution of bicarbonate ol soda (baking _eoda) in diarrheal troubles; glvs freely. Try a newspaper orer your chest, beneath your ooat, as & ohest proteotor in extremely oold weather. — ■ ■ 1 ■- <fr' - ■»

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

NOTES. (By a Contributor. The game way the beat-contested one seen in Upborne £01: many years. The best team lost; there was no doubt about that. The Gisborneites, as often as not, spoilt one another by going up in a bunch for the ball. The Wood en dens wisely "stayed" down," and got it. The visitors were always quick in passing to a fellow-player, but Gis borneites seemed unable to follow this example. More system is needed in the team, and the remainder of the team will need to play to the forwards before they can hope to take premiership honours. , "Unselfishness" should he ' the team's 'motto. The two Simmies worked like Tro jans, and J. Simmi-e's goal was a very good one. Frazer's play at times was very at tractive. Ball was certainly the shining light on Gisborne's side. He drop kicked a beautiful goal from an angle a long way out! Jim Carroll. played his iirst game 011 -Saturday, and put in some grand play. I-ie will greatly strengthen the team. The forwards were too well wat...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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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 — 12 June 1914

[ *0S7AL RATES AND REGULATIONS I [Where ' the term ' 'Tho v/ommou ireaJth" is used in oonnoctiou svifch. these rateH and regulations it- includes Papua, Lord Hofvo Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. j I For every J ouiice or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common weaJth 0 1 For delivery La tho British Em pire 0 1 ^or delivory in the Nov Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Iilauda .. 0 2 For delivery in otiwr places .... 0 2i LETTER CARDS. ''or delivery within tho Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. twch half, or delivery in ihs British Empire (set list of places under "Letters")—Sin gle, Id. each. or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands—Single, id. each, or delivory in othor places— Single, 'J$d. each. POST CAULS. Single Post-caro* impies&od with th« Id. stamp, And Reply or double cards, each half of which has fcbe Id. stamp impressed thereon, may be tranamittec to places within tho Commonwealth, am: to those places, enumerated undei "Letters," to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

Stomach and Intestinal Worms are one of the most common complaints throughout Australasia. Indigestion is a primary cause, or they may be produced by Constipation, or through j the eating of tainted food or food i improperly cooked. There is also the j possibility of their introduction into ; the system in the form of cysts or • . germs in fruit and .meat, so that all' classes of the community, irtespect ive of age, are liable to this com plaint. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused by these para sitical animals that infest the stom ach and bowels, but the more seri ■ ous consequences which follow that j must be kept in view. From the highly organised and sensitive parts which they occupy, Worms give rise to great constitutional derangements, and produce a variety of symptoms, more particularly affecting the stom ; ach and head. Many cases of Con i vulsions,. Epilepsy, Hysteria^ St Vi | tus' Dance, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases, and even Insanity, have resulted from t...

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A STORY OF LORD HOUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

A STORY OF LORD HOUGHTON. There is a little anecdote which,, al« (hough it lias been circulated through the press before, is still repeated by soma Few of the older inhabitants of the village Adjoining the Fryston estate. It relates to a little scene which took place in the parish church one Sunday morning nearly 20 years ago, the some what eccentric late Houghton being the principal performer. The noble lord, whenever he visited the church, was wont to read the lessons, and should the illustrious gentleman be absent in town attending his duties in the House, or elsewhere, the ecclesiastical function was most willingly performed by the viK iage doctor. © Furthermore, it is necessary to stats that the noble lord was in the habit of taking forty winks now and again while seated in his old fashioned, high-backed pew, and on this particular morning, was snoozing rather soundly at the time when the service was so far advanced that all eyes were turned on the poet, expecting him to step o...

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THINGS THAT ARE NEVER DONE RIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

THINGS THAT ARE NEVER - DONE RIGHT. Did you ever know a cabman drive up < ■» -to i.tj?e. ri ever know j one fail to confound places pretty much | alike in name ? The chairman of a Par liamentary Committee once made a 'hit' J by telling how a cabman took him to Lord's Cricket Ground instead of to Lord Salisbury's, and this induced others lo give their experiences in the same direction. One unconscious humorist, it was said, should have taken a bishop to the Archbishop of Canterbury's ; he put him down at the well-known music-hall called after the highest English see. The Duke of Abercorn related that on a par ticular occasion he was driven to the Devonshire Arms,in Marylebone, instead of to the Devonshire Club, These,it will be said,are extreme eases Jn point. As a matter of fact, they arc quite typical. Some such caafusion of names is of everyday occurence, and many, people who ass cabs frequently can easily match , the most comical of the mistakes given. 4 For example, o...

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FOOTBALL. RIDDELL DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. WOODEND (5.7) DEFEATS GISBORNE (5.5). [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

FOOTBALL. : «. Eiuiiell Distbict Association. WOODl-JXI) (5.7) DEFEATS GISI'.ORXE (5.5). By ,,EDthtJelajJ*,> In expectation of a keenly-fought rontost, a very large attendance of supporters of both team:; were pre sent on the "Island'' on Saturday last, when Woodend visited Gisborne for the first time this season The game proved to be one of the best played on the "Island" for a con siderable time, and quite equalled the past performances of both teams at Gisbornc a few seasons ago. The weather was perfect, au^. _vitli a slight breeze to' help them, Gisbtrne kicked towards the township end, and within a minute of starting G. Martin scored a goal off the ground. ISounccd again, and the locals were again attacking strongly. Fine work by Green, P. Mclven/.ie, and Mooney carried the leather to the other end, and a single to Woodcnd was regis tered. Thus early in the contest Gisborne's fault in playing- tlio man was shown, and for this breach of the rules the locals were being freely ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

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FALL FROM A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

FALL FROM A TRAIN. A remarkable railway accident oc curred near Eockbank, on the Bal lai'at to llelbouriio line, ttt 1.120 a.m. on Sunday, in attempting to empty somo used leu'veb from his teapot, guard John Hannah leaned against an unfastened door of the guard s van. The door liew open, and, ba fore he could regain his balance, Hannah pitched forward through the opening, and was hurled with great force on to ,the permanent way. Tho train, which was made up of empty carriages, was about two miles irorn Rockbank at th9 time, and was travelling along a stretch of flat country at a rata of nearly 35 miles an hour. The guard fell partly on his shoulder, partly on his head, and was rendered unconecieuo. The train continued its journey, and passed along the remaining 20 miles to Melbourne without the guard's absence being detected. HiB absence was only discovered when the train pulled up in the Melbourne yards. Owing to the express rate at which the train travelled it was then feared that...

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Important Hotel Case "O.T." SUCCESSFUL, IN SECURING A PROHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

Important Hotel Case "O.T." SlTCESSl-TI, IK SECUKIJfO A PROHIBITION. The hearing took place in Sydney during labt week, before ilr Justice Har vey, of the suit instituted by "O.T." Ltd., for an injunction to restrain Thomas Gardiner Muir, licensee of the Surrey Hotel, King and Cnstlereagh street, Sydney, from selling or passing off any cordial, not being of plaintiffs' manu facture, as and for "O.T."—Plaintiff company, which carries on business as manufacturers and vendors of this par ticular cordial, claimed to sell large quantities of it in New South Wales, where it had acquired a favourable reputation, and was spoken of, and known, b}' the trade and public, as "O.T." Plaintiffs charged that the de fendant had, frequently and habitually, offered for sale, and sold, and waE still offering, certain other cordials of similar appearance aud taste, but not of plain tiffs' manufacture, as and for "O.T."; also that when selling the cardials, defendant, by his servants, had represented th...

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HE COULDN'T FORGET HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

I HE COULDN'T FORGET HIM. The patron looked like a generous man, and after the waiter had served the order he hovered about the table. H« evidently had been trained on the idea that a good waiter is practically a noise less one who says nothing. " Steak all right, sah he asked. " I haven't tasted it yet,'' replied; the patron coldly. The waiter said, "All right, sah." and moved to the other side of the table. When the steak had been tried; he ven tured— "Rare enough, sar?" "It will do." There was another pause,and then the waiter asked— " Potatoes cooked right, sah?'' The patron beckoned for him to come nearer. " When I came in here," he said, " I supposed everything would be all right." "Yes, sah." '• I took it for granted, and ordered on that theory.'1 " Of con'se, sah;" "And if there 's anyt\in>{. wrong, I night say confidenially that there ia tn excellent way to find it out." " Yes. sah." "Yes, you just keep within earshot and say nothing, and. inhere is anything wrong I'll t...

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PHOTOGRAPHY AND CRIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

PHOTOGRAPHY AtfD CKtM& Ok. ■' When one comes to think of it, photo* graphy has proved a most valuable ac cessory to the police. It may be said Indeed, that photography and the tele graph have quite revolutionised detective work. It is well known that photographs of well-known criminals are sent round to the country police from time to time, from London, but it is not so well un derstood that important documents con nected with big cases are almost invar iably photographed. During the Tichbome trial every page of original paper connected with the case was photographed, as were the hands, ears, and otherpeculiarities of the Claimant himself. Numerous forgeries have been discov ered by means of photography. When t cheque is suspected, the photograph is photographed in a greatly magnified form. This reveals the Iaborous at tempts of the forger to imitate the signa ture, such attempts being difficult to de tect when the forgery is of its natural size.

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DRESSED IN WHITE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

DRESSED IN WHITS IT was, qaite clearly I remembss* On a Snnday in &£B!erab®r, Sunday night; And in church we were together She—a night of summer weather— Dressed in white. I'd no book, by some omission^. And the space of our division Lesser gre\y > j ' Lesser grew, si nee she, perceiving; . j Plight, half hers would be reliev|8& i . Nearer drew. Then, if fingers stayed together Round the soft morocco leather, J . In that song; ' If in singing, I leant nearer i To her cheek, to read the clearer, I Was it wrong? j Was it wrong ? The cheek was blusfa . ing Next to mine, and mine was flushing. Next her sighs. If I thrilled was it amazing At the unexpected raising Of her eyes ? * * * * . » And, I always shall remember, Twas a morning in December, ' ■ Frosty, bright; ! That, in church a^;iin together, She was rightly—'spite the weather— Dressed in white.

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MELTON Wednesday. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

MELTON I „ . , .a (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday. COURSING. A meeting of the Melton Coursing Club was run on the 8th inst in Mr I. Robinson's paddock. The weather was favourable, and the meeting was a ereat success. The following are she results :— First Round. T. Miseen's Nellie M, beat EL. Ohallen's Keystring W. Englis' W.I. beat L. Walter's Invieta G. Condon's Bullarora beat W. Black's Miss B>ilor Morley and Oarlyon's Melora beat D. Mcintosh's Bold Love. G. Hamilton's Mendip Lass beat C. Condon's Ambrosine P. Coyle's iarbro^k beat R. Edward?' Black Lincoln Whiteside Bros. Moderator's Pride beat L. Walter's Ayr Laddie D. Mcintosh's Thoughtful Don beat II. Maic'ment's Honara'a linage P. Coyle's Allendbu beat T. Collins' Red Over A. Lehmann'a Call oi Day bent G, Ponnell's Sarah Thought W. Mann, jun's Anticipate beat R. Edwards' Abe Lincoln J. McTaggart (ns) Sweet Memory beat T. Clarke's Overato J. ViV son's Fall In beat C. Diokie'g Capiain Bacchus C. Dickie's Loy Taug be...

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THE PRETTY WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

THE PRETTY WOMAN, A pretty woman must first of all hav« clearly-cut, regular features. She must have full, clear eyes. She must have a skin that is above re proach, untouched by rouge or powder. She must have glossy hair that has never known the touch of bleach or dye. She must have a good figure plump enough, yet slender enough, tbov'.gi: nev er suggestive at an angie. She must have a white, e.tpressi»* hand, preferably a small one, but not ol a necessity, if it is well kept and white. She must have small ears,and a throat that is like a marbie column for her head. She must know how to put oo ief clothes, or she loses.half her beauty. She mu9t fully understand what. bes$ suits her in the way of hair dressing, aoS cling closely to that. A wo^nan may hav® all these attrac tions and unless her own personality to charming, unless sli* has tact, H daw©8 on you, after you havQ <seen oaw t? twi.'Oi tm U m% i m , \ _

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WHERE THEY MISSED IT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

WHERE THEY MISSED. IT. It was their first baby. The young mother was in perfect rap Cure. U was an ugly baby but she did not know it. Hippy young mother, All of them are like her. But the father had dark misgivings. His salary w*s only nfteen dollars per n'cek, ;*nd babi'-* very expensive lux uries. Her.f.tthttr inii.he had.frowned . uptii) *lio.ir. iinio i. •:)•! u id heterodox and heretical notions'|as 10 supporting a son in-law besides.. Cruel old man. One day, when the baby was about ,a . month old, his father came home from >' his desk and founa his wife radiant. She was oven happy when the baby • was out of her sight. " What is it, Jennie ?" asked her hus band yloomily, for he was yet uncertain as to the blessings confered by his dear child. He was also sleepy. " Oh, Charlie, I heard from papa to day." Charlie looked gloomier than ever. " Don't say anything^ dear," bhe plead ed, for she knew htr husband's opinion : of her father. "He has heard of oui . baby, and though he h...

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