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MATCHES FOR TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

MATCHES FOR TO-MORROW. Macedon v. Gisborne, at Macedon. Sunbury v. TVoodend, at Suubury. Eiddell a bye.

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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DOCTOR AND PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

DOCTOR AND PATIENT. "I attended IMrs.Languish to day, father," .said younp Dr. Pille. 'Oh, did you?" was the father's trie! reply. "Yea. But I can't Bee anything vrcng with hei." " Bui, for goodness sake, don't you tell hoi so !" " All rnht, father." • You I now a -healthy patient will last a tiiue, Mortimer." h was an ark-angel. baker has his hour oI knead. ' id-morninR, Pat, I sea you htm & ?iaw * last, but it swttis to (it you tinker toe , Qell, 8«9| S I J, ^ ;'••

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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PUTTING UPON OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

PUTTING UPON OTHERS. . Human nature has one trait that. attracts ihe attention of ail—its willingness to bind i Burdens upon the bucks of others. Arte- i auis Ward said that, during the American war, he was once so affected by a pairiotia speech as to become willing to give up all of lis wife's relations to the army. Another lumourist confesses that, again and again, ffliile siuing in a tramcar, he has looked, ipon a dozen men occupying seats while halt \ dozen iadics were standing, and blashod 'or his sex. i —— "■■""Oi"* I Tho nreat perpetual battle of life U Ibe <urfai'e waged against celt, i Onr< -if the sweetest pictures of dowestis iqonoiiiy !s n poet blacking ft VfhltS stoqklpg 19 iw iUYOQ't RhQVf ihvwgU ^UNvV • - ■ - •1 'i |

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAM YON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN Recokded by Dental Board of Victoria, . WOODEND, ^ - QUALITY 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 be forwarded promptly. EYE-SIGHT tested FREE, and glasses accurately fitted, if required. TEETH extracted Painlessly. Patent Medicines, fresh, at Reduced Prices. Horse and Cattle Medicines. Orders by Return Mail, Rail, oh Coach. Commonwealth JsfeBank of HustraKa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY i ' ... XUl Bint Is open for all closes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS Bfc EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, a»d Londoa. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and ^collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the vrorld. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collecti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

rpz Ones Reputation Is what people Suppose tt to be. One's Character Is what people have Proved It to be. Bronchitis Enjoys both an Excellent Reputation and an Irreproachable Character. Personal Recommendation is the Best Advertisement, and that is why Heame's has been at the Top of the Tree for so many "years, BRONCHITIS CURE THE FINEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOB. fcOUGHS, CROUP and COLBSo Always AsK for "HEARNE'S," and see thai you GET tt. There is nothing "Just as good." tt nol obtaittftble locally, send direct to W. & HEARNE & COb LTD., Cedong, Victoria. NOTICE. ME H. M. LOONEY (Q.M.V.O.) VETERIHARY 8UEGE0N Will vioit Oiaborna rojjularly on SALS DA Y8. All kinds of domustlc&tdi acicsftb attsaied to. AJ1 telegrams will rooem prompt attention. Mr Loaney i*s«y 5* eontolted at Wemre Brady Eroe,' etoro os Sal Days. Castrating a Specialty. All kia£s O deaastla animais attended to. ANDSO'WILLYOU BE'I IP-YOU-USS-TME-SA^aOILJ ••SAFETY" BRAND IS-UNSURPASSED, SEPARATOR...

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MELTON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

HELTON SH1BE COUNCIL. $ The ordinary meeting of the above Council was held on Friday. Pre sent: Crs.. Greene (President;, i-eclte, Minns, Kinnersly, Robinson, .Uc-flierson, Brown,' and Howell. Before the reading of the minutes the President welcomed the iiewiy elected member for the East Riding, and Cr. I-loweM made a suita/ble re sponse. Correspondence. Prom the Country Roads Board, approving of the tender of E. Too uey for 100 cubic yards of 2h metal for the Braybrook-road. .From the same, stating it was the intention of the Board to declare the section of Melbourne-Bendigo road within the shire of Melton—viz., the eastern boundary of the shire near jJigger's Rest, thence north-westerly through the old township of -the Gap 10 the northern boundary of the shire—to be a main road under the provisions of the Country Roads Act. The Board also intended, as soon as possible, to make a detailed inspec tion of the shire, with a view to the consideration of other roads. In the event of the...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertising Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla Romsey, & Bacchuds Marsh Shire Council. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

PUBLISHED EVKUY F1UJ>A¥. WITH SUP PLUM 15 N T. £5?" T/te Qisborne Gazette is n't Ailrirfixiw Medium of the. Gixhome, Mellon, Bulla Romsey, <b liacc/tun Marsh Shire Council■ T'jw-^ T**7? •'*r ♦ ^ nvr t r? ^ Fflin A Y, JULY 8, 1014. An Octogenarian—Yesterday even ing, writes the Kynetou "Observer," of Friday last, Sergeant O'BvivJi received u message from Constable Culhaue, of Kiddell, that he was sending a patient to the Kyneton Hospital by the 8.20 p.m. train, and the Sergeant despatched Con stable Condon to meet the train, and take charge of the man, wlio proved to be an old-age pensioner named John Arthur Porter, aged 86 years. It appears that the aged man lived alone in a hut at Cherokee, near Bulleugarook (F) He was seen on Sunday last-, and seemed to be in his usual health. Yesterday his hut was visited and the old man was found unconscious by Constable Culhans, who obtained an ambulance at Ifiddell railway station, and had the aged sufferer sent to Kyneton as sta...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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THE MISERIES OF SIBERIAN CONVICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

THE MISERIES OF SIBEBTAH CONVICTS. a With the exception of tha few prisoner® who remain in the provinoe of Tobolsk, the whole of the Russirn exiles, numbering from 18,000 to 20,000 annually, pass through, the Goubernski Prison, between May and Sep . tember, en routs for the mines beyond Lake Baikal, the Island of Sakhalin, and thfl various other settlements. The majority of tho ooavciyB perform the whole distance .from St. Petersburg on foot, and the re mainder are conveyed by train and barge to form, and walk thence to TomBk. Smallt dirty, ill-ventilated, and with scarcely any fcttempt at sanitary arrangement, the prison is crowded to excess during the five months of warm weather, and consequently typhoid fever is constantly raging. There is abso lutely no accommodation for tho exiles. The ".Bameras," or public cells, are long; low rooms, disgustingly dirty, into whioh the unfortunate ones are herded like cattle, Ground the walla are wooden shelves about seven feet in width, and up...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CLOSE SEASONS FOK GAME, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

CLOSE SEASONS FOK GAME., &c. .Revised by J. it. Semmens, Chief In- K spoctur of Fisheries and Gamj on 2nd r April, 1913:— THE WHOLE YEAK. > AH Au^tialian fauna, with the exeep tion or suakes, in the national parks and public gardens acanthizae or tits, ant-eaters,- porcupine, or echidnas. Babblers, bears (see native boars), bcc eaters, bitterns, bronze-winged and ; other wild pigeans, bustard or wild % tu rkey. \ California;) quail, caterpillar-catuhers. ?? dials (see eputiiianuras), coach-whip ^ birds, cockatoos (black), crancs, all |; birds known as cranes, such as herons, t egrets, etc. (except the Native'com- i'\ l> 11:011 or Australian cranc), cuckoos, cuckoo-bhrik-.-s, curlews (see southern > stc.ju- plover, etc.) Deer, coves, Java turtle; doves, wild, ;: Ecl.idi.as or porcupine, ant-eaters, ' egrets. seo cranes, etc.; emus, ephthi- 7 auuras or chats. tails, fly-catchers, frogmouth or .urgus and mopokes. Craavalus iaai.lj, ail members ol : Herons, seo cranes. ...

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THE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

THE EXILE. ■- He gazed once again on the home of hli youth,- . • And fair and fond visions cams baok from the Past, When those rugged walla vrere & temple o! truth Chat now are dismantled and bare to the ) . .blast. I Oh ! where are the voices and eyes lit with love, Ihe fond hearts I nursed in my bosom alone? 1 And borne on the air as the wind shrieks ,; • above, i ; ■ An echo comes back with a sob and a moan— ' ' " All gone like the leaves that in autumn are , > • blown." j : With head bowed with anguish, and heart : j dull with pain, | iFrom the scenes of his childhood he hastens | away, For the wounds that had healed had been ,. opened again, yrhtn touched by the bright wings of memory's soft ray. And 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 0:5 .tell That dark, lonely 6pot where they msde him ft grave! (' Locib Gb...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

Gisfioine Boot Stare LA DIES SHOES, from 2s 6d LADIES BOUTS, trotn 8s, CHILDREN'S trom Is 3d. MEN'S GOOD WATEU TIGHTS, 10d 6d. MEN'S BOX OaLF LIGHT BOOTS, 10s. C&ves? I,ooo ^gPaies to Choose I ONLY DiS&L IN FOOTWEAR, and Make LViLRY Pair of BOOL'S and - SHOES - c^? Walking Advertisement1 Foe Prjoe and Quality. OHAS. JF. My sister Jane had croup again, And so had Doris, too : But mother's never anxious now Since she knows what to do. She tucks the darlings up in bed To make the treatment sure. And keeps them richt all through the night With Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. a reiif:«b:v5 oUi i ; 5 O lr> a t« n-. r: ri v ' • v' — . JHS, COLDS,

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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

(l?rom OUl4 Owii Col'i'eapotident.) Tuesday. A committee ha:; bei3li formed hero to carry out a K icicle 11 stall in connection with the E.G. bazaar to bi3 held in Gis boroe in October next, The meet of the Oakland s Hounds and the run between Gisborne and Uiddell, was postponed owing to the hard nature of the ground. When rain lias fallen, arrangements will then be made. The The meet of the club at Lancefield on Saturday last was a great success, and, ; s usual there, the residents made the affair quite au event. About 1,U00 per sons assembled at the railway station to witness the start, and after the hunt there was a big banquet provided by the resi dents in the Mechanics' Hall, where speeches weremade, and a most enjoy able time spent, and the hunters sent awR}' amidst great enthusiasm. Politics will now arrest the attention and intorest of many, and the local P.L.C. is preparing for the coming Federal elections.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

SHIRE OF GISBORNE NOTICE OF INTENTION TO BOR ROW THE SUM OF ONE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED POUNDS FOR PERMANENT WORKS AND UNDERTAKINGS IN THE SHIRE OF GlS BORNE. i'AKE NOTICE that the Council of the Shire of Gisborne, propose to borrow, on the credit of the President, Councillors, and Ratepayers of the said Shire, the sum of £1,300, such sum to be raised by the issue of debentures, in accordance with the pro Visions ot part 14 of the Local Government Act, 190.3 | It is further proposed that!— 1,—The rate of interest to be paid is £4 1S~i od per cunt, per annum. 2 —Such interest shall be payable half yearly, on the first day of June, and I the first day of December in each year, at Melbourne, at the Bank known as U10 Commercial Bank of Australia, Limited, or at the Council's bankers for the time being, at Mel bourne. 3 - The debentures will be redeemable at Melbourne, at the Commercial Bank of Australia, Limited, or at the Council's bankers for the time being, at Melbour..e, on the first...

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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

(From Out' Own Correapon^etit.) iHiesday. The monthly snoot or the iookrn Vale Gun Club was held on Sa'urda} Inst, when a fine afternoon and a good oioWd of shooters favored the clnb. The birds were an exceptionally fast lot and, assisted by a good north breeze, easily bent most of the guns. Thu best run was 7 by T. Burton, who won the "'Outright" trophy, presented by Mr R. L. Wynne. The leg-in for the -'Hydraulic" trophy was secured by P. Murnsuie, with 6 out 7, the runner up being T. Burton, with 5 out of 7. Tlin leg-in for the "Ho.ioway" trophy fell to the gnn of G. Funstan, with a posrible 5, with H. C. Campb.il qs runner up. Sweeps were won or divided by, No. 1, T. Condon and L. Murnane, 3 kills ; '2, Burton, 8 kills ; 3, T Condon aud L. Humane, 4. kills; 4 (oil box), G. Funstan and T. Burton, 2 kills.

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THE TOTALISATOR QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

i THE TOTALISATOR QUESTION. Mr. W. Reid, tbo popular Suubury sportsman, writes the l'ollov/ing inter esting letter to- the "Referee" on the i totalisator question:—■ .Sir,-—Your contemporary the "Syd ney Mail" returns to the 1 ota lisator discussion, raised by recent correspon dence between those influential sports men Mr. E. R. White and Mr. John Brown, 011 this occasion with a ,'etter from a New Zealand gentleman, ' who does not wish his name to appear." In this he is probably wise, in view of his remarks 'about the running of horses of some of the principal ownois in the Dominion. On the whole, his attack on the tote is crude, and more assertive than convincing; being much on the lines we are accustomed to from church men on this side. I react the original correspondence with great interest, and thought Mr. Brown had made out a better ca.-:e for the machine than Mr. White against it especially where the former drew atten tion to the grip which racing and bet ting is obtaining 011...

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NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

NOTES. ; Riddell too good, 'The pace .set was too fast for the locals; - Their hand-balling was a great feature. The locals played a fine plucky game but they wanted a stimulant in the siiape of a couple of goals, It was disheartening to see the iiue ■work of the ruck spoilt by erratic kicking, The scores would make it appear that Biddell were altogether superior. It was not so, however, for the game ■was a splendidly contested one .and the visitors scored every time they shot for goal. The feeling displayed by players on. both side was admirable, Fraser was in good form, but the small ground does not suit his play, The same remark applies to the whole team. There used to be an opinion that the locals weie superior 011 a small ground, jj That idea is now blown out, for they have < played better on larger grounds this | season, White showed much improved form, i and put in some good work iu the last half. Johnson also "spoke up" in the last quarter, and was going strong wh...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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LITTLE BY LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

LITTLE BY CiTTLIC. I'bfc cuacaut ''rop ot '.vivttr Weaia away the lianlubt stone , Tbe .ui!, ;i » iii i onu>t bono. ' llie cui;s;..ct-oiiij;, lovi. r Oars it«s otl tins bliiKhiby so-iid Ami the eoiiMiUU advciuvjr 1h tho olio who Hutu tbu ti>vic» One ti; j: >• ou't tiike you Vrry far, Yuu >c got co kut-p on w;.ikii'^ j One word won't ull iolka whai, yuu are, Vou'\t> go" id kiei> on ta'kiug. Une iucli wol. * tuake you very tail, You've j-OL to ki;tp uii jjruwmg j Ouu iitt'e 'ad won't iiu at i.11, You've ki L 1(1 liuop 'on gi-tn}:.

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The Late Rev. John Meek. AN IN MEMORIAM SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

The Late Rev. John Meek. jLN" IN , MEMOEIAM SERVICE. There was a large attendance at the Gisborne Presbyterian Church on Sunday, where an in Memoriami ser vice for the late pastor, Rev. John Meek, was conducted by the Rev. -L. Tait, B.A., of Kynoton, who also preached the occasional sermon. Mr. Green acted as organist, and. the choir sang the following hymns "O God, Our Help in Ages I'ast," "For Ever With the .Lord,'' "Lord, Thou hast been Our Dwelling Place," "When the Day of Toil is Done,'' "The Sands of Time are Sinking," and ".\ow the Labourer's Task is O'er." The preacher took as his text, Genesis, ch, 5, y, J24—•'"Enoch walked with God." Genesis, he said, gave an account of how men. lived in tho distant past, and how they died. The figure of Enoch was that ^of a man true, good, and bravje, "God's saints were shining lights to future generations, Their example should encourage men to lead good lives. Enoch walked with God because he led a good life. Adam and Ev,e walked with Go...

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A BROKEN NECK MENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 3 July 1914

-p A BROKEN NECK MENDED. | The Szicntijic American tells of one Harry Beige), a citizen of that country, who fell 'rom an elevafor on his head, dislocating hia neck on the Sth of May last. When lirougH to the hospital his case was considered hope less, but by experiments with extending weights attached to tho patient's head and feet, the neck was eventually set, and kept in its place by means of a plaster of Paria jaoket. The displaced boneB are now set( and the patient has full power of tho uook. JuiJge-—" Prisoner, have you any visible > means of. support?" Prisoner—" Yis, sor, ! four honour; (to his wile) Briget, git up BO ' fcbat the Ooort kin see yer." ! " ?ou ought to take more exeroisa, Play tennisi" ;I Q&a't piny tennis," " Th^ doft't tgsb 60? 4i5erania^ ?ou cs^ , ml\ §^o||| to '

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