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ROMSEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

KOksiiY SHIKE COUNCIL, Tlio ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held in the Shire Hall on -Monday morning last, there being presentCrs. Brady (President), Stewart, JM'Uonakl, Jlieliardson, Dowlmg, Cook, ltobb, and Virmi eonibe. Correspondence. From F. Johnston, lUddell, asking for permission to erect a verandah m front oi his shop.—Cr. llicluirdson moved that tho request be granted.— Seconded by Cr, it'Lionuld, and car- j ried. From Infectious Diseases Hospital, rendering account tor &1U odd for J treatment and care of a patioo.t called Hilda Hurran, J.t was stated that tho health oliicer knew nothinp of this, the police knew nothing, and the councillors and secretary knew nothing. it seemed to bo au old sore, and the secretary was instruct- | ed to write and ask for more par ticulars, i'rom SJiire of Bulla, re Sunday milk train,—Keceived, From Shire oi Oxley, asking1 for the co-operation of the Council in • —-Cr. I \ innicombe, who said he did not be lieve in dredging...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

SHIRE OF BACCHUS MARSH NOTICE is hereby given that all Goods, Implements, Materials, &c., £oUnd> in the Corporation Yards, uu« claimed aEteif jct.y 3rd, 1914, will be ispld at auction, and the proceeds paid into the Municipal Fund, to bo used-foU cx« pelises, &o., in oounection with the said ftuotbii sale and maintenance q? thp mfc. A\ ma&kWjg mm, mx* msui^ SHIR- OF GISBORNE TENDERS fjj'ENDERS addressed to the President* X and endorsed "Garden" will be re ceived up till 12 noon on MONDAY, July 6th, 1914, as under— • The right to graze the Garden Resarve' Gisborne, lor 3 period of 12 months. Deposit £2, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted By order, W1.1 J. HBALEY, kShire Secretary. Shire Office, Gisborne, ll/fi/14. Electorate of Corio. Mr A. T. OZANNE, The selected Labor Candidate, will — ADDRESS the ELECTORS — * in the MECHANICS' HALL, GISBOliNE 011 FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, at 8 p.m. Ladies specially invited. POLITICAL LABOR COUNCIL, j Gisbobne Biun...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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BRAYBROOK SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

BRAY BROOK SHIRK COU-NCIL,, The adjourned meeting of the above was held on .Monday, 15th inst. Prweut—11 but L'rs, Minns and Mutiro. The following tenders wove accept ed. :—'-00 yards spalls, .Monaghan's lane uud ford, Kealiny's, spalls Jl27, ford £20. 200 yards metal, Mari byniOHg, Ily, Howe, 5s. yard. .15 chains pitched channel, Iiuliaral-2'd., Maidstone, Gibbous, Is lid yard, Oilers of spalls were received for Missy's lane and. Troup's road at 2s i)_d yfu;d, and. fyoia Pavey iJros., 23 for T o '■ i-s road, lor Exford road 2s (>d, ;mk north of Peacock's 2s 3d. The eng.necr was instructed to spend "]> to -CI!) in .spalls nt. 12s. Cr. Robinson protested against the action of the Police department in removing Constable A1 ford to attend i football matches on Saturday.^. 'I here had been disturbances lately, ! and no policeman in the township. , if it was necessary that the on stable, being a mounted man, should go away, some other policeman should be sent to relieve him. Th...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PATTERN FOR LADY'S BLOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

PATTERN FOR LADY'S BLOUSE. Pattern No, 205, Price gd, (Cut in small, medium, and large ) I This is a particularly smart blouse. I I looks well mado of satin, crepe-de chine, or j any soft materia), It represents "Every- I ■ lady's Journal" pattern No 203, cut in. thrye I sizes small, medium, anJ lar^c. I

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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AN OLD RESIDENT. HAS LIVED IN FIVE REIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

11 g i iK i'i\ -i i. The following- appeared in Batui' day's Melbourne "ilenUU" :— .iJorn in Limerick, Ireland, in 1810, Mr. William Gorman, oi Bullenga I rook, near Gisborno, has lived in the ! roiirns of George IV., William IV., \ ictoria, lidward VII., and George I \', He was 3(] years of age when ho iumicd at Melbourne. aud went to the diggings ut .L'iackwood; but he reitinieil to Melbourne shon.lv after wards, and became a warder, the convict, system being then in force. Though he is 'Jo years old, Air. Gorman's intellect is still clear, and he remembers the murder oi J ohn t'rice at Wiiliamstown in 1S57. [ 1'rice, he says, was a brave mail and a strict disciplinarian, but he was not popular with either the warders or the convicts. Tiie old gaol stockade was in Lee street, -North Carlton, on the site now occupied by the State school and adjoining houses, After the convicts were removed the plu.ee was used as a lunatic asylum. lie iilso remembered the notorious .VIelvilie, who, ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PATTERN FOR LADY'S COAT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

PATTERN FOR LADY'S COAT. Pattern No. - 203, Price, ad. (Cut in bnif.ll. ni>:dini!i, and large) This coat, may ix- worn either for street or evening wear. U looks amCut, m.ide up in tweed, velvet, or a-iy warm material It represents "EveryLvly's Journ.il" pattern No. 202, cut in three sir.es small, me limn, and large,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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OBITUARY. Death of Mr. Win. Wright. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

OBITUARY. =—a Death of Mr. Win. Wright. Our Hicldell corrospoiHleufc writes:— At hit! late residence, "Mount. J'res ton," Riddell, .Mi-. William Wright, ' Ben., died suddenly on the I8U1 inst., in his 83rd year. The deceased was one of the oldest of residents, and was a colonist of over 01 years. He "came of a long-lived Scotch family, who have lived for upwards of 200 years in the historic place of -Pres ton Pans, in Scotland, where he was born, and the old home there is still occupied by his relatives. The long evity of the family is shown by numerous records and photos, one of which shows his grandfather at the age of 97, and his mother, who lived to 102. In his youth, Mr. Wright was apprenticed to the gar dening trade at Gosford, and after wards held an important position in the service of the Earl of Wymess. He married when young, and came to Victoria with his wife 61 years ago. On arrival in the colony he was for several years engaged in some of the most important gardens arou...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PATTERN FOR LADY'S 3-PIECE SKIRT [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

PATTERN FOR LADY'S 3-PIECE SKIRT Paixekn No, iq8— Prico qJ. (Cut ill sm?ll, mvsditills, fund large), This illustralicU shows & lady's skirt made of tweed. It is alio suitable for cloth, serge, or any similar materia! It represents "Everylady's Journal" pattern No. ig8, cut in thiee sizes sm ill. niudium, and large.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. PiECOKDED BT DENTAL board OF victoria, WOODEND, H0"l^e'k,;™a0Wain-8W-' - OUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature of Dispensing, and spare no trouble nor expense in this most important branch of Pharmacy. Send your Prescriptions, they will bo forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. j TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines, j Orders by Return Mail, Rail, or Coach. Commonwealth ^gag HEAD OFFICE JBanfc of Hustralfa SYDNEY This Bank is open .'or all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS st EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, ftockhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, arid drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign billa negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bill3 negotiated or f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

NOTICE. Mil H. Mo LOONEY (Q.M.V.O.) VETERINARY SUBOEON "Will riait Qiaborae regrilnrly on' SALS BAY3. All kinds of domcstiofcted aclssedj utiendsd to. All toiegrama will srooe!^ - prompt attoation. Mr Loonsy txay b* esnonlted at ixicsun Brtdv Bros.' ofcoro e& Sal Beys, Oaafcrating a ."specialty. All kiadfl ei dcsaes^a animals fifefcended to, TMf-TfT"lirrTP--*^fTTnnii I, namr'n ti Tf r *7g~rc k arevi irrmin tf ftfflilM The Prtsik that Warms! The warmth of O.T. is mild, soft, mello-w. It comes from a herb which is a staple article of diet for over 500,000,000 people throughout the world. This mellow warmth is a characteristic enjoyed by no other non-alcoholic beverage. Unique warmth—delicious flavour—the beneficial properties of fruits and herbs—are reasons why i r V-, iffi *■ * \ <*~ J' ^ H #V. v sf 5 Vf' ii is an - agreeable, healthful and distinctive beverage. The most remarkable and -most satisfactory non-alcoholic drink the world has ever seen. lit drinking O.T...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey,of the Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. EUROPE CRIES VIVE L'ARMEE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

PUBLISHED SVKRY b'UIHAY. W1TH S (TP PL a MF.N 7\ £3>- "lice Giummc*uraxetteis-tai' AdvcrlU'mg Aledhnn of the (fisborne, Mtlion, Bv.Ua, Romney, <L- Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1914. EUROPE CRIES VIVE L'ARMEE The French crisis informs the world which way the wind is blowing. "Down with the Triennium" has risen the opposing cry of "Vive l'armee." The F rench bud for the present year has not been voted. The ex chequer is nearly empty. There is a deficit of £24,000,000, and nothing hat been done to provide for the £38,000,000 required for the recent increase in the army The army. ! anywhere cannot live without money ; a large suj.ply is nee led to keep the French army up to the pace of the twentieth century. The crisis in France is only an indication of the crisis everywhere, for if all that is hidden were revealed. France would not be the only nation in trouble. 'Vive l'armce' is an expensive cry, for the army eve ywhere lives ot the vast ex pense of the ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

jj-jeath. WEIGHT.—On (lie 18lh June, 1014, at his Into residence, "Mount Preston," lliddell, Victoria, William Wright, .sear., in his 83rd year.

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CONCERT AT RIDDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

CONCEBT AT R1DDELL -— On Monday evening., 8th inst., a most successful ami unique entertainment in aid of the Kiddell's Creek Tennis Club, was given l»y the Messrs Blansliard (1), Heley, Aiken, Davies, and Wat-sford, of Melbourne, who are well known as the Musical Clowns and Minstrels. Each item was well received by an appreciative j audience. The duet, "Watchman, What of the Night-," ably rendered bv Messrs I Davis ami Watsford, was much enjoyed. There were man}' encores, and all well deserve.d. The following was the pro gramme:— Opening Chorus. Solo and chorus, 'Come feu1 a Stroll.' Baritone solo—Mr W. Paries Solo and chorus, 'Row, Row, Row.' Tenor solo—Mr F. Watsford. Laughing medley. Solo !iad chorus, 'The Ghost with the Violin.' Humorous interlude. j Solo and Chorus, '.Ballad in Eagtime.' Duet, Messrs Paries and Watsford. Finale, 'Six Little Boys' The second half ot the programme was composed of minstrel medley and melodj as follows:— 'Golden Slippers,' Click Clack,' 'Dat's Ber...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

KOTES. Suubury was too good, on tlie day, tor G-is borne. Woodcud out-played and out-ran Rid- j dell on Saturday. Woodend are said to have been much superior in pace and in the air, and the Eiddellites were greatly surprised. The competition, at nresent, has a very open aspect, and the teams are all very even. "Bill" Goldby played a Very fine game tor G-isborne on Saturday. lie took some line high marks and kicked in great style Cecil Bali was again iu good form, and his efforts were untiring. He is a most reliable long kick. Alec. Aird was showing good I'orin, and was one of the best until he was injured, after which lie was unable to take any further part in the match. Jim Carroll is rapidly getting iuto form, and'was going strong until lie, too, was injured. Ted McCaslmey got his shoulder badly ricked, and was almost useless to his side; until then he was putting in some very good work. The list of injured was quite ;m ex tensive one. Wally Fraser put in some flashes of lino play...

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GISBORNE v. SUNBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

GISBOliJs'E v.. SUiXBUEY. The first meeting of these two teams on the Island was favoured by splendid weather and a eoud ailendaiier? ni' sun. porters of both teams, on Saturday last., it is a good while since fcjuubury put such a .strong team in the lieid as was brought bj- them to (jisborne on Saturday, aud as it was their last chance in tn.e com petition to qualify lor the semi-liuals— they had not previously wuu a match— they put forth their best efforts, aud succeeded iu winning over the locals, mainly owing to their good play iu the last quarter. The teams had met pre viously at Sunbur^, when (jisborne were £haJa£&ftflSi*10US Kv^riflagafaJriiTim {4-iciim«»A team "on Saturday was not ot the iame calibre as in their previous game with tiaiibury, such men as fciimmie Jjros. and A. Pretty being absent through various causes. The Suubury team had at least 8 new players, amongst them being some who had never before played in the team, and very line players they proved them s...

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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

RiDDELL (From Out1 Own Corespondent,) Tuosclay, Arrangement 6 arc in progress for a .Vtiu of thy Oakland* Jlounds here at an •early date. This is always an appreciated event here, and. will looked forward to with interest; When ou a visit hero some months ago, the Minister for Water Supply Mr. W. Hutchinson.), stated that he would make provision whereby the due and legal amount of compensation water from the Sunbury supply main should be constantly delivered into the lliddell's Creek, Lately an en closure has been erected by the Water supply department, at the point of de livery, and this enclosure is provided with barb wire entanglements to pre vent any access l-o iand interference with the guage, which is to be set at a discharge of 130,000 gallons per diem, It would thus appear that at last Rid dell's Greek --is to got its rights, But little taith is placed in 1 the practical results, for provisions nave often been made before, for the proper delivery of compensation water, but t...

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RIDDELL v WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

EIDDELL t "VVOODEND." Our Eiddell correspondent writes:— The match between Eiddell and Woodend at Riddell on Saturday last proved ail exciting and keen contest, and was wit nessed by a large crowd of spectators. At the start, Eiddell showed superiority, but in the second quarter Woodend nearly equalized matters, and there was only 2 points of a lead by Eiddell at half-time. The third quarter Woodend had the best of, and put up a good lead. In the fiual quarter the game was fast and furious, and at the start of it, Woodend pressed their opponents greatly, "Bey" Werner, a Eiddell back player, doing splendid work in averting the attack on goal. Afterwards the play settled down to an even, but hot, contest, Eiddell scoring a goal and a behind, and narrowly missed the victory. The filial scores were ;— I Woodend, 2 goals 11 behinds ; Eiddell, 2 goals 6 bhds, For Eiddell, the follow ing stood out far conspicuous play : B. vir. rtriiij W Donnelly, (J. liarlick, and a. 3JBBl For WoodenA, Mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 26 June 1914

Thej?, who the worries or winter endure, Welcome thee, Woodti' Pcppurmiftt Cure. 'Neath thv Kay wrapper a syrup lies ctoi'ea, JVorth all the whisky that ever was poured, •Sore throat, bronchitia, ana gastric ...^catarrh Cannot prevail whero thv votaries ar<5 : jTr&SJ'a-ttv and corafortinK, soothing Vtd ture«" Kn|l te ^ foods' Peppermint r, ' "Css*.

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