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

BETHLEHEM. 01 fill the plaoea in Southern Palest?®) associated with Soriptura Hiatory, Bathla hem ia on the whoW tb« most pieturesqna, the-three bonvants attached to ths Ohucoh a! the Nativity, whiofe ,orown the summit and the ridge on whioh the village In built, wear the massive and dignified look of 00 eld medieval fortress. The terraces, whiah like gigantio stairs, descend to the lower valleys and the small alluvial plains and eomfleids, have a fine bold snoop, and are fieh in olives and fruit trees, the shade and verdure of whioh relieve the eye from the dsaaling glare of the white limestone rooks and coil. The hillo Ground ara higher, and more varied than those which border the upper plateau, the cone of Jebel Furoldls breaking their otherwise tame outline, and (he mountain ridge of the Moab rising with its noble wall against the eastern horison. . The "sacred localities" of Bethlehem are all seen under one roof. One can here paoe along the oldest existing Christies ohuroh in t...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EMPEROR'S NIGHT VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 12 June 1914

•-». •SfS* .. fiMPBRORU SIGHT VI0IT. Only a hundred ysara ago Prote«lani» wer« cruelly persecuted in Austria, and were obliged to hold their meetings'bj night in lonely places. It happened once that the Emperoi Joseph II. was travelling quietly as th« Count of FalkenBtein. He arrived one day at the little village of Lakenstein, and bb it was very stormy, he made up his mind to stay at the little inn. Aa evening drew on the innkeeper was told that some dreadful plot waB being oarried on outaide the village. Numbers of people were seen to pasi through the narrow street and make theii way with dark lanterns to a lonely house. The Emperor, who found the country inn rather dull, made up his mind to see what was.going on at the mysterious cottage. Having ordered his attendants to surround the .house bo that no one could escape, h< knocked atthe doer. A man named Senitj opened it. " Who is it oome to disturb an honea man at ro late an hour?" he asked. The youthful Emperor replie...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME, && Revised by J. M. Semmens, Chief In spector of l-'isheries and Game, oh 2nd April, 1913 :— tt THE WHOLE YEAR. All Australian fauna, with the exoep* tioiT'oi snakes, in the national parka and public gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters, porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers, boars (see native bears), bee eaters, b.tterns, bronze-winged and other wild pigeons, bustard or wild turkey. California:; quail, caterpillar-catchers, chats (.slc eputhianura&J, coach-whip birds, cockatoos (black), cranes, all ■iv.rds known as cranes, such as herons, -grots, etc. (except tile Native com ,> nmn or Australian crane), cuckoos, .•iK-koo-Mmkvs. curlews (see southern ■toiK1 plover, etc.) Deer, Coves, Java turtle; doves, wild. EciiitL.as or porcupine, ant-eaters, givts. see cranes, etc.; emus, ephthi ■luuras or chats. ra..tails. fly-catchers, frogmouth or argus and n'.opokea. (,Jr«ucaiu.> laai.ly, all members oS Herons, see cranes. Ibis. Java turtle ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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, Lard Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

"oSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "Tie iJommon frealtli" is used in oonneciion with these rateg and regulations it includes Papua, Lard Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. 1) or every } ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within the Common wealth 0 1 For delivery La tie British Em pire 9 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres I&la-ode .. 0 8 For delivery in other plaoes .... 0 2i LETTER CA.RDS. vor delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id. each half, 'or delivery in the British Empire (see list of places under "Letters )—Sin gle, Id. each. •'or delivery in New Hebrides, BankB, and Torres Islands—Single, 2d. each. ■ror delivery in other places— Single, 2jd. each. POST CARDS. Single Postoar<L» impressed with tha Ld. stamp, and Reply or double oards, each half of ivliiob has tit© ld. Btwnf impressed tiereon, may 6e trfl-UMnitt-ec to places within the Commonwealth, anc! to those places, enumerated undei "Letter...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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LITTLE BY LITTLE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

UTTLK BV MTTI.E [he c"us iDl •'i()|i 11! >nur Wetira away'the harc'n -fc Htout. , 'l'he cine'a"! gn. u- of 11 \vs-r MahliCa'eB ' he toujjbi ?. Hone, The constant, cooing-IuVit Carries 08 the blushiug uiHid Ami tho «in;-"P.nt advprtiaer In tl>o ( no ivlio i^ots tho fcradi-. Printed t»ad published for the Pro» prietor b> Tlinmas. Sbortill Ait* kt'U StreVt,' Gisbosas, ia tfea v|!Viotpri».

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

Obstinate Constipation OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S 9 INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Mrs. Edith Kelly, of 179 Canning st., Carlton, Melbourne, "writes:— "Having tried Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills for C onstipation with which I suffered greatly for many years, after availing' myself of many other medicines, to ,£ little or no 'effect, I L'ound your re ^ medy good. They do not / purge, but ae*. From a "Photo. in a soothing way, and I believe they suit me much better than other remedies. I fre quently recommend them to my friends so suffering. You can use this testimony in the hope that it may assist any folk afflicted with obstinate Constipation. They are also a good family medicine. I use them when necessary with my chil dren, they act so mildly." To maintain a healthy system the bowels should operate at least once every 24 hours. This is one of Na ture's wise provisions which is too often ignored, and the result is un told suffering. Women and children are the greatest offenders, but why such shoul...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PUTTING UPON OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

PUTTING UPON OTHERS. Human nature lias one trait that attracts ;he attention of all—its willingness to bind jurderis upon the backs of others. Arte mus Ward said that, during tha American nar, he was once so aSected by a pairiotio ipcech as to become willing to give up all oI lis wife's relations to the army. Anothsr 1 lumourist.o.onfesses that, again and again, ffhile silting in a tramcar, he has looked ipon a dozen men occupying seats while half > t dozen ladies were standing, and blushed 'or his sex. The great perpetual battle of~"Ufe il <h« s^vfaro waged against self. One of the sweetest pictures of domvilU I tconomy ja a poet blacking a white stoekifig I to iti&t u ibw tanogb &t Sues* ia i

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sunbury Water Trust [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

Sun bury Water Trust Present: Cmrs. Alichie (chairman), Ford, O'Brien and Starkie. A lot oi' formal busiiless was dealt with. A letter was read from the State Hi vers and Water bupply Commission, Melbourne, dated 13cn May, as fol lows:—We beg to "inform you that a petition, as per attached copy, has been received, asking that the consti tution of the Trust amy bo altered so as to make it an elective body under tho provisions pf Section OA of the Water Act, 1£)U5, and we shall be glad to learn whether the Commissioners desire to offer any comment thereon. An answer at the earliest date is par ticularly uesired. Tlie petition, which was signed by A. F. Boardman and 129 others, asked that the present Commissioners be re moved from oflice, and that in their stead seven Commissioners be elected oy the ratepayers. The chairman said he thought that no one shouid adjudicate on tlie Trust who was outside tlie water area. It was only right that those who had to > pay for the water should g...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE MISERIES OF SIBERIAN CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

THE MISERIES OF SIBERIAN CONVICTS. With the ezoeption of tho few prisoners who remain in the province of Tobolsk, the whole of the Bueairn exiles, numbering from 13,000 to 20,000 annually, pass through the Goubernaki Prison, between May and Sep tember, cn routs for the mines boyond Lake BaikM, the Island oi Sakhalin, and tfci various other settlements. Tho majority cJ tho convoy# porform the whole distance from St. Pevoriiburg on foot, and the re mainder are conveyed by train and barge to Ponn, ond walk thcnoo to Tomsk. Small, dirty, ill-ventilated, and with scarcely any attempt at sanitary arrangement, the prison is orowdud to excess during tho five months of warm weather, and consequently typhoid tever is, constantly raging. There is abso •utoly no accommodation for the exiles, J Che " Kameras," or public cells, are long, ow rooms,, disgustingly dirty, into which the lcfortunate ones are herded like cattle, uounil the walla are wooden shelves about -oven 'cot iu width, and upon th...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Bacchus Marsh Shire Council [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

Bacchus Marsh Shire Council At the meeting of the Bacchus Marsh Shire Council, wq learn from the "Ex press," there was a full attendance. A letter \va3 received from the Good Roads Association, asking for a roilector to prevent motor ears colliding.—Cr Alkemade said the- inspector was not carrying out his ' duties with regard to motor traffic.—Cr AY ells said they wanted more police protection.—Letter received. Cr Cain said that Graham (Coiraadai riding dayman) -wjshed to know if he could have a 12 months' agreement with the council.—Crs thought- if the man gave satisfaction he should have an "under standing' that lie would be kept on, but 110 guarantee could be giren. . Cr 13rown referred to persons applying to Road Ranger for tags for their stock. t He moved that the Secretary have charge I of them.—Cr Greene seconded.—Carried. ' The Inspector of IS'uisancss reported that the condition of the town tras very favourable.—Received, TendersCrushing 1,300 c, yds. spalls.—M'lvay and Lor...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

Ho gazed once again on the hoiss of hli youth, ind fair and fond Yisions came baok from the Paet, Whon those rugged walls were a temple of truth Fhat now ore dismantled and bare to tbg blast. Oh 1 where are the voices and sjea lit with love, ' The fond hearts I nursed in my bosom alone ? A.r*d borne on ths air as the wind sbiieka above, An eoho comes back with a sob and a moan— H All gone like the leaves tbat in autumn are blown." With head bowed with anguish, and heart dull with pain, From tbsscenes of his childhood he hastens aw3y, For the wounds that had healed had been opened again, When touched by. the bright wings ot memory's soft ray. iad far from the land that he loved, ah ! so well, Whose bold shores are kissed by the spark ling blue wave, He fought in the ranks of an alien, and fell ?or honour and freedom : and now who can tell That, dark, lonely-snot where they mede him agrdvo ?• v. Louis Qbotzb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

DRESSMAKING. ,Hisses Fitzgeralil & Sells Desire to announce to the Ladies of Gis borne and Surrounding District, that they have opened a .dressmaking room, in Mr J. Farrell's premises HAMILTON STREET, GISBORNE. First-Cljss Work assurid. All kinds of ; Dressmaking done. White-Work a Specialty. Charges Moderate. REW ABD. plVE POUNDS ( -Eotrard \WU be paid for iaformation that will lead t!ie conviction of any person or persons who stole a large quantity o£ Pear Ffuit ii'ora my orchard lately. A. St£acch> 4 g&sdy Cse?k,i

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WHY THE REV. DR. MUDGE STOPPED HIS PAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 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 writs for the same edition an account of the presentation of a gold-headed cane to the lie v. *tor Mudge, the clergyman of the place, and a de scription of a new hog-killing machine thai had just been put in operation at the factory Now, what made the Kev. 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 was the appalling result: — " Some of the Kev. Mudge's friends called on him yesterday, and, after a brief consultation, the unsuB« 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-. jeot of the visit, and presented him with a handsome gold-headed butcher, who grabbed him by the tail and swung him round, an4 in less than a minute the carcass was in ths water. Therefore h...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Gisborne Old Boys Association ANNUAL DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

Gisbcrne Old Boys Association ANNUAL DINNER. The annual nun-ting an (J_ dinner of thi' Melbourne branch of the Gisborne Old Boys' Association was held in Sargent's Cafe. Melbourne. on Wednes day evening. 10th insf. Tliere was a fair attendance. The president (Dr. Cherry) occupied the chair. The Business Meeting. The lion, secretary (Mr. A. Dixon), submitted the following statement ol! accounts, which were duly received and adopted: — Receipts.—Donations. £2/2/-; sub scriptions. .CS/1G/G; collected on Eight Hours' Day at Gisborne. £10/9/3. Total. £21/9/9. Expenditure.—General postage, etc.. £1/19/(5; Gisborne expense on Eight Hours' Day, H10/S/0. IMvlancc in hand. £9/(5/9. The secretary then reul the arst annual report, as follows'.— Gentlemen.—1 have much plea sum in presenting the lirst. annual report of our branch of the above association. On 29th November. 1912, a meeting was held at 1597 Collins-street. Mel bourne, to consider the. question of forming a Gislxjrno Old Boys' Assoc...

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HE TOOK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

HE TOOK NOTES. The other day, a Detroit boy of thirteen, who looked very innocent and child-like as he reposed under a shade-tree on Beech Street, roused up when joined by another lad of his own age, and confidently hiquired, " Well, did you make.observashuns ?" " I did," was the reply. • " And we kin hook the apples and not git eoiched, kin we'!" " You wait a minute," commanded the other as he held an old Elate up to the light to enable him to read the following " Notes " in pencil:—"Went down in fruntof house; saw old woman with club; saw doglayin'low for us ; Baw red-headed girl ready to ring cow-bell and give alarm; saw man inside breathin' hard and achin' to kill a boy; hull fam'ly looked me in eye ; pressure too heavy, and I backed off; nice appuls, them, but under the circumstances I guess we'd better keep on chewin' ole lemons." " 1Nother disappointment added to our burdens," sighed the first, and they loafed on.

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF THE REV. JOHN MEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

OBITXJAR-Y, ■■■-' 1 ■ i ■ i i DEATH OF THE REV. JOHN M E-E K. Though his great age—about SO ye&rs—'\V0uld render the svcnfc not unex pected, great, sympathy for the family was felt at Gisborne when the news arrived (hat on Saturday (6th i-ist.), the Rev. J. Meek had passed away. It is only a few years since he, on-account of the infirmities of advancing age, resigned the charge of the Presbyterian church at Gisborne, and went to live with his son, the Presbyterian minister at Yaakandandah, and other members* of his family The deceased arrived in the colony from Scotland in 1858, and his health was so had th=it it was thought he would not survive the voyage. However, the climate of Ausiralia agreed with him, and all through his long life ho, enjoyed excellent, if not robust, health. Only a few weeks after "his arrival he was appointed a missioner at Gisborne, whs-e he preached his first sermon on the 18th April, 1858. At that time the Presbyterians of the district met for ser...

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RESULT OF OVERWORK. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

KESULT OF OVERWORK.' The vlotlm of ah overworked brain maj: . readily- recognise the symptoms of a dis ordered intellect. Ho is liable to vertigo j noises in the.ears, dark spots before the eyes, e staggering in the walk, numbness in the! limbB, and twitching of spa<sms in the face. Thare is t. mental disturbance which is shown. by hallucinations, and principally by sleep-1 lessness. The digestion is impaired. These' are the symptoms" in violent cases. In*5 general the patient is deprived almost wholly' of sleep, or has unpleasant dreams. He finds it impossible to lis his attention on any subjeot, and is attacked by a pain in tha head, if he makes a mental effort.' Ho oan not depend upon his memory, but forgets the simplest foots, and makes mistakes in using words.. There is a. great "indecision mani fested in simple matters, accompanied by & morbid apprehension of impending evil, and the patient is afraid that he will himself commit some dreadful act. We have kno...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

' THE: RELIABLE PHARMACY. i. .l/AMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN . Recorded bt Dental Boabd or Victoria, WOODEN D, AKD i:~srE'KS0WAiN-aw'' *- quality is of first importance. - WE itake a Special Featube of Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor expense in this most important branch of Pharmacy. Send your Prescriptions, they "will be forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, st Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders by Retukn Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth Jifoj Sank of HustraUa y HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY All Bank !b open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsrille, and London. Gable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated asd | oolleoted. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Dills, negotiated...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

I , ! Ones i RoputBtloa { is -What" people • " Suppose ft to b©. . i ] One's CfriaPQcSos? I s iff "What people hehro^ ! "•" FroViid tt to fc®; Enjoys botlrm Saeellenfi Reputation and an "* WeproachaSi© CKaraeter. Fdraehal ^eeommVatfaition ta'th© Best Advertisement, antf that -• fa' -why Hkai'aa'a of Uie Tfes fer s© sias^ year®. • - SKS2 THE FINEST REM2D7 IN THE WORLD POE -COVGI^;; CftOU!* CQ&MBo Always Aa& for " HEARNS'S," and eo© tot yeu GET It There iaho thing " Just aagofrd" If notobt&lnafele loe^ly.Wnd diiraet to W. G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., Geeloa®, VfeJwk. li il-fil I# ft! 1*« POST FEEB (jA^lTTE. Ha si Largo Circulation jW;ti Vj>"~ \iNv~" '... GAZETTE Giieulatea ia— GI8B0RHE ••> ' SBW G1SB0SNS MACJiK)* ElDDELfS OilBlS LA^OSfflStD JWOTIOH BULLA DIGGBES* BB3T U3LTQS 8ULLEKGAS00S ssd BAOOHUS MAE3H WOOBEtfft ■UHBURY SOOLBBE o » © • Should:4kM^ he~ rMogmpeA; as an AdtigriUmg, Medium >Mw$ 'PtiMeaUofc;. Espeal aa A&?eeliaemeat to bsa» fsal...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 19 June 1914

BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL The, ordinary meeting of the Bulla Shire Council was iieid on Monday, l'resent: Crs. Michie (president^'l^'ord, Starkie, aud O'Brien. Correspondence. From Inspector 'Myers reporting si case of dipntheria at Holden. Jtie found premises clean, and could not account for the outbreak. From W. Iteid, bringing under the notico of the Council the destruction to property and the losses to farmers caused by the careless /use of firearms t>y iioliaay campers-out and week enders and Sunday visitors. He Wanted to know if the Council could do something to check this nuisance, iie would suggest they communicate with other councils within a radius of 50 miles of Melbourne, setting forth the necessities of the case, and asking them to join in a conference on the subject, 'i'he State-'Government could be interviewed on the subject. Or, O'Brien: What can we do about it? The secretary said he saw Mr. Meaden, of the Municipal Association, and arranged to have it on the notice pap...

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