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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

USEFUL HINTS. j To Winn Clotiies in Pauaptin Boat.— Oat Jib. paraffin soap and put it into f> bo let »t frater to melt, l»ub the clothes well fa 'j- :{»o soda water, in which they hav4 brn yrpviouslv conked, put them into ths boili-r'nnd let thorn boil for half an hour; then vui them in!o a tub with plenty of cold water'; u(hem thoroughly, then rinse in blue wat!"]' and dry. To (Ji.k'.x EMr.p.oii'KBT.—Gold and silver fancy-" nrk of this description may be most easily i-'.eancd with spirits of wine, eithol tilonc, or diluted wi'.h an equal weight of water. The common practice of using alka line or acidulous liquors is very injurious, and Lctjootly destroys the beauty of the artiolea, instead of cleaning them. ToRestokk SciincuKi) Linen.—Ingredients: Two cnions, ;oz. white soap, 2oz. of fuller's earth, half a pint of vinegar. Mode : Extract the juice oi the onions by pounding and pressing them ; cut up the soap and fuller'* earth, and boil ail together. When cool, cover '.he scorch...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. MILLING WHEAT AT HOME. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

| CORRESPONDENCE. —*— MILLING- WHEAT AT HOME. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE. Sib,—Mr Wilson, the secretary U.S. Department Agriculture, in one of his addresses, oaid as follows :—"The richest fertiliser known is cotton-seed meal. I ! looked it up and found that Denmark ! sold to the British public 7,000,000 lbs of butter per year. "We grew and sold them the cotton-seed meal to make the butter. We hare been putting in our time on the farm, growing cow-feed for the Danes. That is why our soils are becoming less fertile." Substituting the words 'bran and pollard' for cotton seed meal, the above is an apt description of the position in Australia at the present time. Our average export of wheat from Victoria alone is 15,000,000 bushels, or 300,000 tons, of which 20 per cent, or 60,000 tons are bran and pollard. Mr Lawes, of Kothamstead (England), estimates the fertilising value of bran and pollard at £3 per ton, so the value of the fertiliser, annually exported from Vic toria, because we ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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MELTON Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

MELTON (From Our Own Correspondent.) Wednesday I > The Church of Eogland Sunday school picnic on Wednesday (21st inat.), was a great success The scene of the day's amusement was Mr Ferris' paddock, and at an early hour a start was made for this in vehicles kindly provided by Mr J. F. Minns and Mr F. W. Clarke. There was a l?rge gathering of children, parents, and friends, and the usual games and amuse ments were provid«d for the young merry makers. The vicar (Rev. Perry Martin) and p small committee, including the hon. sec. (Mr E. C. Ivinnersley) intended to the sports programme, which was as follows :— Boys under G—Fred Finch, 1 ; J. Standish 2 ; Dick Whittington, 3. Boys under 9— Tom Standish, 1 ; Jim Williams, 2 ; Frank Charlton, 3. Boys under 12—Fred Clark, 1 ; H. Opperman, 2 ; Gus Jongebloed, 3. Boys under 15—T. Allen, 1 ; R. McNicoll, 2; J. Jongebloed, 3. Girls under 6— Winnie Williams, 1 ; Winnie Opperman, 2 ; Myrtle Blackburn, 3. Girls under 9 — Maudie Minns, x : Stella T...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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HAY MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

HAY MARKET M«hi» J. Barfvise and Co. report:—Hay, manger, £b 10s to £(i ; do., sheaves, £3 5a .to £4; chitting khrave<>, JZ'2 10s to £2 15u; Straw : Victoriau, £2 to jgi 2d G'J ; Ta;, nsanan, £3 5s tu £.j 7a b'd t "TrrTnr^v.,--" '"t i 11 T

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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RIDDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

RLDDELL. Our Kiddell correspondent writes of the same fire -which travel led down in his direction. About 6 p.m. word reached here that the fire had already entered the Elderslie estate, the property of Mr Lindsay Wilson, and was going rapidly towards Kiddell. Many residents and members of the bush fire brigade met the fire half-way between Now Gisborne and Kiddell, just as it had swept the Elderslie estate and was about to enter the Gamp bell estate, now leased by Mrs Andrew Murray. A band of about tifty or sixty fighters got it under control, and stayed until after midnight to prevent a fresh outbreak. The lire had travelled about six or seven miles, and the following are re ported to have lost severely in grass and fencing :—Mr Lindsay Wilson, over 1000 acres of grass, much fencing and a large stack of hay; Messrs Taylor, Smith, Kedlands estate, Hammett, Spears, "Williams, Murray, and Pierce. A por tion of this fire still remained burning on the side of Mount Eobertson, which it ...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

CAUSED SEVERE PAINS AND DEPRESSION.—REMOVED BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. The first essential to gcnl health Is sound digestion. If, however, your food does not digest and assimilate, it causes pain and sickness, creating flatulency, pal pitation, sour stomach, and inevi t a b 1 y causes consti pation, head ache and ner vousness. That Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are a valuable reme dy is well illus trated in the following case. " 1 am only too pleased to tell you that I think Mrs, A. Birch. r. Morse's From a Indian Root Pills are a wonderful remedy for Indi gestion," writes Mrs. Annie Birch, 10 Aliens Stroefc, Pyrmont, Sydney. "For years I was subject to severe attacks, but recently they have become quite rare. At times I had excruciating pains bahind the shoulder blades, deep feelings of depression, and felt entirely unable to do my work. I felt irritable and out of sorts generally. I took Many kinds <of medicines, but until I commenced taking Dr. Morse's Indian Ro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

GOLDEN FLEECE HOTEL, M EJ__T_0 N UNDER JSEW MANAGEMENT. MS F.W. CLAKK. anuounces to the public of Melton and the surrounding diatricta. tiiivC, having taken the Golden Flwece Hotei, ue is prepured to cuter for their wauls in * fiiBt-ciass manner, and hopes, by civility ana autnuon, to merit a share of their patronage, Be#t of Wines, Spirits, etc , kept. CABS meet all Train. Good Stables and Loose Boxes. Good Accommodation for Visitors. Moderate Tariff. F Builders and General Contractors. G-IgBORNK. ESTIMATES GIVEN. -J.' K JENNINGS & MclNNES SHEEP AND CATTLE SALESMEN. ' STOCK ANI) STATION AGENTS. 411 BOURKE STREET, (Opposite Kirk's Bazaar), OALSS.conducted at Newmarket: Tuesday Vj Sheep ; Wednesday, Cattle. Corpora tion Yards ; 'Thursday, Pigs and Calves; Friday, Dairy and Store Stock. SUNBUBY M03STTX.-2- SALE. SECOND SATURDAY in EACH MONTH TnAKALUAR : First Saturday in each month C lesring Sales effectcl throughout all partt of the S>te. A. C- HAULANd" TIMBER & IR...

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BUSH FIRES. NEW GISBORNE THREATENED [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

BUSH FIRES «, NEW GISBO.RNE THREATENED In a receat issue we gare au account of a destructive five below Iliddell, which swept orer the country clown to Sunbury. On Saturday there was au attack from another quarter. During the week, fires had been burning round Mt. Hacedon, and on Saturday, fanned by a strong north wind, the fire broke away from JU t. Towrong, in the direction of Wooling. This is a tract of country that has been free front fires of late years, so some thing like a record was established on Saturday afternoon. The fire travelled rapidly along the range down to Wooling, , taking all the grass, and burning the j scrub and a great deal of the fencing. Mr Heard lost a stack of hay at Wooling, and Mr Wilson and others lost a great deal of grass and fencing. The fire swept round from Wooling in the direction of New Gisborne, and it was soon evident that the railway station was in danger. The value of the water suppty system at last became evident to the railway department, ...

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 — 30 January 1914

I "uSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Common wealth" is used in oonnection with these rates 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 the British Em pire .. 0 1 For delivery in the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torrea Ieianda .. 0 3 For delivery in othfcr places .... 0 21 LETTEE OARDS. For delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each; reply, Id- each half, '.''or delivery in tie British Empire (see list of places under "Letters ')—Sin gle, Id. each. For delivery in New Hebrides, BankB, and Torree Iolanda—-Single, 2d. each. For delivery in other plaoee— Single, . 2|d. .eaoh. POST CARDS. Single Postoar&s impressed with th4 Id. stamp, and Reply or double oarda, eaoh half of which has the Id. impressed thereon, may be transmitted to places within the Commonwealth, and to those plaoes, enumerated undei "Letters," to which letters...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

In Memoriam. HIGGINS—In sad and loving memory of my dear wife, and our de;>r mother, Mar garet Higgins, who departed this life on the 27th of January, 1913, at Bullengarook East. Her death was sudden, the shock severe, We did not know her death was near; When God appears we cannot hide, He takes the dearest from our side. Immaculate Heart of Mary, Your prayers for her extol ; 1 O Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have mercy on her soul. Inserted by her loving husbsnd and family.

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LIFE IN THE ALLEGHENI [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

WFE IN THE ALLEGHENI A type of pioneer still existing in th« Allegheny mountains, but fast passing away, is the old-time lumberman and wood-chopper. At the present day the number of men engaged in that healthy ,. but arduous occupation is but small com pared with the thousands that laboured in the pine forests a few decades since. Still the lumberman met with occasion ally in the interior of Pennsylvania faith fully portrays the characteristics of the class. Attired in.a costume which would cause a sensation upon Broadway, he stalks along without attracting the slightest notice from the inhabitants, with whom-his appearance is too familial to cause comment. The'genuine old-: time woodsman will ha seen in midwinter wearing a fur cap, the aaaterial of which is possibiy a trophy of his rifle. A heavy , and - exceedingly loud pattern flannel shirt is his. only chest covering, for he scorns the coat and vest of the towns people. A pairiof commonplace trousers tucked into long stockings c...

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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. DEFENCE—NOT MILITARISM. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

PUBLISHED EV1SK7 FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the. Gisborne, Mellon, Bulla, Romsey, <£ Bacchus Marsh Shire Councils FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914. DEFENCE—NOT MILITARISM. Men like the Rev. Leyton Rich ards, who, in a lecture to the Society of Friends, appealed to his audience "not to lend any support to the mili-. tary, but to work in season and out of season for its downfall," are like the foolish bird which hides its head so that it will not see danger. The speaker attacked the Australian sys tem of defence on the ground that military training only acted as a pro vocative, and (lid not conduce to the true defence of a country. He was right, of course, but not strikingly original, when he said that w;ar was detrimental to the nations. This, however, does not touch the ques tion, for the preparations whicn are denounced are for the purpose of averting war. If war cannot be avoided, then the object is, by a pro per system of defence,...

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A JAPANESE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

A JAPANESE FAIB- | The Metliodisl Fete, -which was this year termed "A Japanese Fair," was held in the G-isborne Mechanics', on Monday. The -weather was favourable as there had been a cool change owing to the storm of the proceeding evening. The hall was brilliant -with colours, red and yellow predominating. The stalls were arranged along both sides of the building, and the fancy goods, with the brilliant colours referred to, made up a very attractive scone. The young ladies attending on the stalls were, for the most part, in geisha costumes, and this added very much to the general effect. There was a fair gathering at the time advertised for the opening (3 p.m.j, when a piano solo was played by Mr H, Scriven. Cr Geo. Cherry, J,P., who acted as chairman, congratulated the committee, on the display, and introduced the lady who was to open the fair. Mrs S. 1. Staughton said she was glad to see such a displa}-, and to witness so many workers for a worthy object. The fires, no doubt, pr...

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QUICK AS LIGHTHING. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

ymOK AS LIQHTHIKG. "The qnaeresi eapSsln I #*#* Bullet with," Mid eld Jack Simpson, "wan i aarth-eonntry ehap thai was skipper of I • . Biarehant brig in whiofa I made a voyage S^hay fhen I was quite a youngster, '"f . ";H» drank a bit, o' course (tbey all di< ;.:fe~£v-'fhat in them days), but it wasn't that. Hi —nail ha'- been some way qneer over and aboro that, for the drink, instead of turning | -him stupid aa it does with some men, 01 tcakin' hits morry as it doeB with, others teamed to turn him all at once into a reg'lai fcad, rampin'. roarin'tiger. ,trtWfaen he was in one o' them mood#— and ha was ia 'em pretty nigh every day— if yon so muoh as said a word to him h* (°r sometimes if you said a word '"^to oim"at'alJ), liii»,d up fisi and let you have li, or else give yon one across the head with 8 bslayi&g pin that made you see fire ways ^'ve got atidy mark here myself, fo6- ieo" (firid old Ja«k grinned as he '"5TKV-! pointed; to\a long soar amid his ironrgre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

F- v a M Y O N M P S CHEMIST OPTICIAN. DAM YON S~PHARMACY. Aod "bKwaake and ~ p?r woodenD. Special Appointment t-o His Ebxellency, Sir John M. F. Fuller, Barl., K.G.M.O. 0 I tins is the moat reliable Pharmacy in the district, where Quality is of first I importance. We want to please you and make you a regular visitor at the Pharmacy, whetharyou buy or not. There is nneed for you to go elsewhere You will ba treated well in every way. EYESIGHT TESTED FREE. Seven-tentbs of all headacheB have their origin in strained vision. Properly fitted Glasses will entirely remove the cause. I have the most modern complete evtflt for tha Scientific Testing of all Eyesitfht Defects. While you are thinking oboBt it, mako up your mind to come here foi (Masses. PATENT MEDICINES I10RSK AND CATTLE MEDICINES Mtiueed to Towii Price*. of all descriptions. Tpbth Extractko PAtNi.,!:ssi,"i. ui'.ii'rs hv rclurn mail, rail, or coach. If your Uair is tur> iu^ ijroy. 11 t; the r-'uiphur II ;ir Restorer. It will...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii, a"6 ' "Y The Great Defended 1 He&me's Bronchitis Cure. iiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiun] Heame's Bronchitis Cur© Those who have taken thi3 medicine ore amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the cheit, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who arc subject to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is 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 is not known where ''Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been •properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without it, as taken at the beginning, a d.ose oir two is generally sufficient, And a complete cure is certain. ' fey ail Chemists and Medlefst© MINNS' HOTEL, MELT...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

M>iLLBUURjNh PIG & DAIRY CATTLK MARKET. But good-i onditioned stores, 21s to 28a | lis to lli ; suokern, 5d to 10d ; | puckers, h#avy weights, 38a to 40a; prim j | wriooablo wuighto, 33d to 32a ; light, 27i ; to 30s ; bMOQeri, pnuie, 50a tu otia ; extra i <P« to <kbi; light, 38s upwards Back- ' titers, «xir» prime heavy tats, £3 10j to t» 1S«; buik prime ana weighty, £3 to ; ii.uj/bt>, from 3(Jj Daisy Oattlk— Milkers, beat, £9 15s to £li; p>°d no., £7 15s to £'J ; others, £5. iftnjngwii : Best, £7 lUa to £8 10; couple, qT16s ; good do., L6 10a to L7 5s ; others, Q; uprujgiHg heifers, L4 to L5 5s; few Auiae forward belters, L7 10s ; others, L3 5s o L<3 l&s. Fat co*s, L6 to L? 5s ; good do., find uo., L4 15# to L5 10s; others, SUs up.

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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

COMMERCIAL o MELBOURNE LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday Fa* Sheep. •— Quotations : — Prime maimd weohrtra, 17a Od Co 18a Oil ; good te 10i 9d; prima crosnbred ewes, 14i id bo 154 91; good do., 12s 6d to 13d ;6d ; >4b*e merino wethers, 15a _9d to 17b Od ; fpod do., 13a 6d tj 16a Od. Fat Lamm—Prima sold at from 11a Od • Hi 0<1; oXDra, J 6a Od to 18^ Od ;3good, 0d to 13# Od. Wedneaday Fat Cattle—2460, 'yarded Prime, ^ bul «pk.i Mid nc Iroui £11* 0a to £12 10s Oi ; rm do., £13 10* to £15 0* 0J ; good do, lfe to £10 0s; second and lighter do, J%J Ob *o J8 0»; pstme pens of oows, £7 t* to £9 2j; good do, £6 ltfa to £7 oj Fat Caltbb—660 penned Prime ateers •ad hoif«w, £4 10s to £5 15i Od; prime oalrsa, 4§a to 55s ; best »mall calves, 20i u a*

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OLD GISBORNE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

OLD GISBORNE. (By Isaac Batey ilolcare.) Though Dr. isT. M. O'Doniiell has threshed out tjie history of the town ship exhaustively, still there are a few grains left, though such are not of great importance as far as Old Gisborne is concerned. Years ago I chronicled the men of 1846 resident in the region where I was raised, under the title of "The Tar Off His Bun," in the "Sunbury News," which, by the way, reprints from the "Gisborne Gazette" so figura tively, what is now written vfill tie JsiJUsg two birds Dr. O'Donnell not being able to place Harry Lane informational!:."; he came from Gisborne to Sunbury before the end of the sixties. What occupation he followed there cannot be said, but if Mr. William Thorn were appealed to, he could settle the matter. Mr., John James, starting a sheoak mill, employed Lane as brewer. The pre-, mises where operations were con ducted luive been the properti" of Mr.; Patrick Brown for many years. Prior to the exploration of the Forties, my father ha...

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BRAYBROOK COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 30 January 1914

BRAYBROOK COUNCIL - The Braybrook Council met on Mon day. Present: Crs McKay (President), Hopkins, Robinson, McLagan, Harrison, Opie, Minns, Cranwell, Munro, and Pennell. The Country Roads Board notified that it had authorised an expenditure for the year ending June 30th next, of a sum   of £300 for maintenance of Ballarat road, however, the committee considered, in view of the early reconstruction of the roadway, that the sum of £50 would be sufficient for maintenance purposes for the period named. The board had given authority for the expenditure of that sum. It was decided that the President and Secretary wait on the Board and draw attention to the bad state of Ballarat road from the railway gates to Footscray. The same body again directed attention to its communication of November 5th, that the Council must take steps to in troduce the double-pan service. The Board is to be notified that steps are being taken in that direction. The Council has been getting electric ...

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