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LLTTLE BY LITTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 24 July 1914

LLTTLH JiY LITTLK. Iile C"U.si:iuL 'Tup of nat r Weais away this harek'st alnuo , Tho constant jjtiiiw of Towb't Masticates liw tougbvat bono. The constant cooing lover Carrie3 of] fciio blushing maid A tut (lie 'juusiauc advertiser la tlio ouo who getu Miu trarlu. One slci'j won't take yuu very far, You ve got to keep on walking ; Ono wi.rd won't tell folks what you aro, You'\o go? to keep oa taking. One inoli woii u make you "very tall, You've got to keep on growing ; One little 'ail won't do at all, Ynu'vo not 1.0 keep 'oui goin(4,

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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TOOLERN VALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

TOGLERN VALE. (From Our Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. Tlie monthly ahool oi the Toolern V-dc Gvn Club was held on Saturday last) when a good muster of shooters had &. very pleasant afternoon's sport, A fine lot of birds had been provided, and the marksmen's skill was tested to the ut most, Chief interest was centred in the "Hydrpjj^ic" and "Holloway" trophies, The leg&Si for the former was won by P, Murnaue, with "Hydraulic" as runner-up. In the "Holloway" trophy it remained for C; Charlton or H. Campbell to kill and win. Both failed and let four others in, Of the six, Campbell was thev only shooter equal to grasping two extra birds. In .the sweeps the successful shooters were;—P. Murnane, 6; W. Johnson,"3 ; H. Campbell, 2; G-. JFunstan, 2; L. Murnane, 2. On Saturday evening a most interesting debate was held under the auspices of the Progress Association. The subject was "Should capital punishment be abolished" There was a fine attendance, and those who came were wel...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinion expressed by correspondents in this column.—ED. G.G.] FEDERAL ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

CORRESPONDENCE «■ j WUu not. iH-ccKuril} aiidortti the opiniuii fcxiiretcud by coi respondents in thi« column.—Ed. G.G.J FliDEH.AL ELECTIONS. to THK £1)1x011 of the gazetl'B Sih,—Kindly allow me space in your j valuable coiumns to comment on Mr Gzanne's speech ' at Gisborne. Air Ozamie says farmers ate exploited by trusts and middlemen. I ask, as a iarmer, what did Mr Ozanne do^ when he represented Goriu in the House to expose these so-called trusts and middlemen, and to free the farmers from their exploitation ? I say nothing, and as he did nothing when in the House, and his party had a large majority in both Houses, it seems to useJej , to try to put him thero again. As regards the double dissolution, it was tue best thing that ever happened in the Commonwealth. It clearly showed that the House of Representa tives could not be flouted by the Senate, which ii composed of members elected on a minority vcte of the flnmilliiiuvp.nlt.h. Miiiv n.q t-.hn 1 lihprnl I lJarty are out lor pr...

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FOOTBALL. RIDDELL DISTRICT ASSOCAITION. By "Enthusiast" PREMIERSHIP LIST. Positions of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

FOOTBALL. ^ .. .1. . Riddell Disteict Association. By ''Enthusiast" PIlEMlli 1161111' LIS I'. fcsitiou8 of Clubs. Played w, L. Dr. p.p. P.!> Woodond , 8 G 1 1 32 26 itiddell . P 5 2 1 32 22 viivccdon . 3 3 5 0 32 1. -uubury . 8 3 0 0 32 I:' '■i.iborno . H 2 .0 0 32 h

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Municipal Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

Municipal Elections. The following are the mimes of the councillors who will retire, by effluxion of time, next month, Gisboe>*e Shiee. Borough iriding, Cr Cherry; Macedon riding, Or Turner; Bullengarook riding, Cr Gorman ; Mountain riding, Cr Pierce ; Melton Shike. North riding, Cr MePhersoa; South riding, Cr Kinnersley; East riding, Cr Bubeck, Bl*LI.A SlXISEi Enf-t riding. Cr Micliie; West riding, Cr Ford, Bacchus Maesh SfilKE, Bacchus Marsh riding, Cr G-rftnt Morton ; Parwan riding, Cr Brown; Pent land Kills riding, Cr Purcell; Coimadai riding, Cr Cyin. Bbaybbook. Shihe, North riding, Cr Opie ; South riding' Cr Hopkins; .Railway riding, Cr McKay > Kiver riding, Cr Cranwell. .Romsey Shire. Komsey riding, Cr Wilsou; Monegetta riding, Cr Brady ; liiddell's Creek riding, Cr .Richardson; Koch Lord riding, Cr Vinnicombe.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

-HIRE OF BACCHUS MARSH Notice vndeb Thistle Act. V OTICE is hereby given (hat all 1 Buckthorn Hedges must be kept eut and trimmed so that no part shall encroach on the roadwayand all clipping therefrom must be immediately burnt off. A. MACKENZIE TYERS, ' Shire Secretary. SHlRE CF RQMSEY i KNlvEHS will b« received by the Council 1 of tLe above shire, at the ^liire Office. \rmscy till FiudaY, 7'h Al'GUST 10'-i up to 2 piin., for tiie .following works ! — Contrnot No, 13 —Forming and Gravelling William sireet, HotnsCj Contract N--, 14—Metalling on Sutlnr lauii's ioa I. Uidtlell, Contract No. lo^Ca'ting and Spreading Metal, Mam read, near Lancefield Junction, The lowest or any tender not ncceBsariiy » crptcdi Specificationo m<y be seen at the Shite 'Jail. Rnttisey. I'eposit 5 per cent (to accompany tendei) H. C. WHITE. Shire Secretary. ■/ICTORlAN RAILWAYS j SUPPLY 01- FIREWOOD ' J 'ENDEllS are invited for the supply, *- in contracts of not less than 100 tons, of 325 tons of f...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

TO-MOliKOW'S MATCH. Mauedou v Woodend, at Grisborne. Umpire—C. A. Michael 5s-' I

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HAY MARKET, [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

HAY A1AJRK4.T, MeBsrB J. Barwiso and. j(Jo. report,:—Hay manger, tib 10a to Hij ; do,, shcuvoa, be to ii4; ckutiiug sheaves. £2 10s to £2 Ida Stfaw : Vioioriau, £2 to '2a b'il ; Tbb m»ni»n| £3 on lu £3 7s 'id

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MR, JAMES MATTHEWS, M.H.R., AT RIDDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

MR, JAMES MATTHEWS, M.H.R., AT ttiftftELt,. Dni4 RiadeH correspondent writes!— Orte of the ),argQst and moat enthuei* vistie political meetiatj§ 6v«i? held W #teM m $Ffc#ftg flY«n ing, the 17tli inst., when Mr. James .Matthews, M.II.R., gave an address in the .Mechanics' iJall cu the pre sent political situation, and in sup port of the candidature 01 Mr. A. T. Oza.nne, who is seeking election for Corio. Mr. IJ. liaftes occi [)ied the chair. -'.r. .Matthews gave a most stirring and interest ing add "ess. lie , strongly upheld the actions of tlie i .Labour I'arty, and did not dem that : tiieir policy was 011 socialistic lines, and that all good reform lor the general benent 01 the people would have to be on those iines. ,1'here was nothing to Ue ashamed of, he said, iu Ijeing a true .socialist, and people were fast coming 10 recognise that fact. The great aim was to uplift I tlie masses, not to destroy or tear ] down the capitalist and others, as j is so often and wrongly asserted, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

fflCPHfllL fiHUS. ami GO. STOGK, | £> &u'PURh. STOCK SALESMEN, 368 BOUiiKE ST., MELBOURNE Telephone —1923 HOLD SALES AS FOLLOWS;.— Fat Cattle .. .Newmarket. Wedntsa 'Pigs ... Corporation Yards, Wedne aai hurs^' Dairy _ and Store Cattle ,, Corporatiou Yards, Fridays ^Clearing\Sales Conducted in all parts oj the. State, iry and store Cattle tor Sale Privately, also Stud figs and Cattle. Properties for Sale and To JLet, Correspondence Invited. * Monthly Country Markets at BACCHUS MAlibH—i'ODKTH MONDAY MELTO-N ... FJLKBT SATDBDAY KOMriJSY TH1KO MONDAY Graigieburn and Lilydale. MELTON s UNDEB NEW MANAGEMENT. ME F.W. CLARK announcesjto the public of Melton and the surrounding iistricts, that, having taken the Golden jf'leece Hetel, he is prepared to cater for their wants in a first-class manner, and hopes, by oivility and attention, to merit a share of their patronage. Best of Wines, tipirits. ate , kept. CABS Good Accommodation for Visitors. Moderato Tarifi. Builders and Gener...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS MR KENDELL AT GISBORNE [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

FEDERAL ELECTIONS 0. MR KEIn'DELL AT GISBOKNE Mr W"m. Kendell, JM.H.JR., the Liberal candidate for Corio, addressed a well attended meeting of the electors of Corio, in the Mechanics' Hall, Oris borne, on Thursday, 23rd inst, 'I ho President of the <Tisborne Shire (Or L. MoG-regor) occupied the chair. In his opening remarks he justified the Cook Government in obtaining a, double dissolution. His Government, he said, though, returned by a ma jority, wore unable to pass legisla tion, owing to the hostility of the Senate. Even non-contentious mea sures were amended to nullify the principles of the Liberal Party. Tho Norfolk Island Bill was quoted as an example. An attempt was made to establish a Public Works Committer oil the lines of the Victorian Com mittee. Again the Labour Party in tlio Senate blocked the bill and nul lified its usefulness by stipulating that no appointment be made during that session. The Anti-P r etc venco Hill, which the Liberals passed in tho Lower H...

Publication Title: Gisborne Gazette
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The Gazette. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. WITH SUPPLEMENT. The Gisborne Gazette is an Advertisng Medium of the Gisborne, Melton, Bulla, Romsey, & Ba[?] Marsh Shire Council. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914. A DANGER TO THE COMMUNITY [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

rUUUHMEb EVKliX KlllHAX. WIT11 SUPPLEMENT. The. Oisborne GazeUt is an Advcrt'wni Mediuvi of the. Gisbarne, Mellon, Bulla, y, d: arsk titwrc (Jouncili b'lii I)A Y, JULY 31, LS)U. A DANGrEK TO THE COJIA1U.NITI" "No other Ministry, Liberal or Labour, in Australia would have uared to release such a prisoner,' said Air. John Murray, in reply to an interviewer last week; yet the thing uas been done, and a dangerous criminal has been turned loose 011 society. The following are the circumstances: — A man named xiobert Bennet, of Midland Junction, West Australia, was sentenced by the Chief Justice in l'Jll to hard labour for life, for a criminal offence on a girl ten years of age.. The Chiel Justice, in passing sentence, said he "had never hea'rd a more horrible or disgusting story. The prisoner was a person unlit to be at large." a-ccording to the reports of the pro ceedings of the Legislative Assemb'y in West Australia, it appeaus that the Attorney-General (Mr. Walker) nas, in what he is p...

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RIDDELL Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

RIDDELL (lprom Out1 Own Correspondent.) Tuesday. Much J a heard ;it the present time ot ihe beauty and glory ot the Wattle, but, lovely a* it; is. and well deserving of admiration, the native heath, Epacris Iniprossa, outrivals it. The wealth of varied colour, which produce such effective attractions, is with the latter. Where great masses and stretches of it are seen, such as exist here at present on the slopes of Mount Tenerift'e and up the back of the Braemar Hills, the sight is a glorious one. There are acres of it, with grand spikes and shades, in colour from the purest) white, pale flesh pink, coral red, to the deep est crimson. Standing amongst these fields of colour lovers of the beautiful in flowers must feel proud of Victoria's flora. An attractive agnatic plant is now in full bloom in the lake and the Riddel] Public Gardens. It is Aponogston Dis tachyon, commonly known as the Fish bone Water Lily, It is a highly per fumed flower, and the scent permeates the whole townslli...

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BULLA SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, July 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

(BULLA dHIRE COUNCIL Holiday, July 27th. Present: Crs. Michio. (president;, Braunigan, O .Wrien, Buckley, Starkiu a lid Ford. Correspondence. Sliird of Vv'ycneprouf sent circular re municipal valuation, expressing tlie opinio.n Lnat there should bo only one standard, viz.: the State Laud lax valuation, seeking support in the di rection of getting tiie .baud Tax people to supply such valuations at a reason able and approachable cost.—The sec i;otarjr: The state valuations will be useless as they are obsolete.—(Jr. Buckley said he uad received an anony mous letter stating certain properties had been missed from rating for years. —The secretary: State any property not rated; there is no truth in it.— (Jr. Buckiey: Tlie valuer should be in structed to inform us of any properties found to have been missed in the past. He moved that the valuer be requested to state if his valuation contains any properties not previously rated, anu if so, to give names and full particu lars.—The President ...

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OBITUARY. DEATH OF MR. EDWARD BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

OBUUABY DEATH OF MR. EDWARD BAKER. i Our Ridel ell correspondent wrii.es; — ! olio of the olucst and best known pioneers of the district died on Sacur | aay, t;ne IStli inst., at his residence, j jjunnda. He had reached the goocl old ! age of SO years, and until very recently aad enjoyed robust health, and was | especially active i'or one of his years. : ^Viien well over 80 he could "sit'' a ! .ior.se in a most capable manner, unu ■ a his young days ue was a spiaadiu norseman. During the forties lie came as a young man to Victoria, overhaul -l'om yoiuu Australia, and brought A"itn him a team of bullocks. . .Not long .il'ler his arrival he settled down at 'The Uap,'5 nearly midway between .Jiggers' llest and Uisborne, where he aved for many years. When the gold iiggings started .Mr. Baker took up contracts for the delivery of stores trom Melbourne to Bendigo, and hau several teams on the road. After the opening up of the railways-he went ■jack to the laud and devoted himself i0 stock...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

Loud rolls the drum, with a rum-tum turn, The bugles blare, but our boy's not thoro ; He is homa in' bed With an aching head. Ha did not parads (By tho 'flu' delayed)*** Big muatera assure . WHh \Y99jda' UWrtfo GISBORNE RIFLE CLUB. i HE FIKST SHOOT for the " AGGREGATE and MONTHLY COMPETITION will take place on the local range on SATURDAY NEXT, August 1st. 15 shots, 2 sighters ; 200 yards. - LEWIS McGRlSGOR, Hon Stc. MtiHODlsr CHUBCH SUNDAY NEXT. Ekv. Ii. H. Gbeen. Mobning—Special Children's Service. Evening—Subject: "Why I believe in My Bible." DRESSMAKING. misses FitzDsralO Sells Desire to announce to the Ladies of Gis iiorne and Surrounding District, that they have opened a DRESSMAKING ROOM, in Mr J. Farrell's premises HAMILTON STREET, GISBORNE. First-Class Work assured. All kinds of Pres-iirinkin? Hnm> AWte-Wirk ^ 'pecuilt) h'. s -< i e «iv: BisBome fioat .sm,. LADIES SHOES, from 2s 6d LADIES BOOTS, from 8s. OH LLD REN'S from Is 3d. MEN'S GOOD WATER TIGIITS, 10* 6d....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

For Childreu'B fcincking Cough at Night Woods' Great Pep^ermiui, Uuie, 1» 61

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

THE RELIABLE PHARMACY. F. DAMYON, CHEMIST - OPTICIAN. ^Recorded by Dental Board of Yictoeia, ITtrAAnCMn and at MORTLAKE, BUIIROWA, N.S.'W., W WvJiJxliN U, — and sr. killa. — - QUALITY IS OF FIRST IMPORTANCE. - WE make a Special Feature of Dispeksotg, 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. Ordees by Return Mail, Rail, oh Coach. Commomvealtb JggJ|BanR of BustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Tkb Bank (■ open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS M EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, iTobart, Brisbane, ftockhampton, Townorillo, a»d Londoe. Oabla remittances mad# to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated aai collected. Letters of credit issued to any ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

u One 3 Reputation Is what people Suppose it to be. One's Character what people have Proved It to be. Heame's Bronchitis Cure Enjoys both an Excellent Reputation and an Irreproachable Character. Personal Recommendation is the Best Advertisement, and that Is why Hearne'a has been at the Top of the Tree for so meny years. BRONCH THE FINEST REMEDY IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, CROUP and COL,DS. Always AsK for "HEARNE'S," and see that you GET tt. There Is nothing "Just as good." If not obtainable locally, send direct to WV G. HEARNE & CO. LTD., Geelong, Victoria, MOTICE. • mb. H. M. L0ONE1Z (G.H.V.O.) VETERINABY SUBGEON Will yisH Qiaborne regularly on SA.LS BAYS. All kinds of tJomostJoated wilraair attended to. All telegrams will rcoolj^ proio.pt at? cation. Mr Loonaj tcay a* conandtod nt Mesiro i?y&dy B/C* store ea Esl D»yg, CartrBtlng a Specialty. All kiads d au!iiaU e.tt«nfe^d to. I AMD SO WILL you be j§ iF YOU USS THE SAME QiL. '■SAFETY" BRAND IS UNSURPASSED. (?A'£ price ...

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MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY CATTLE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Gisborne Gazette — 31 July 1914

MELBOURNE PIG & DAIRY UATTLK MARKET. Beet good-i onditioued stores, 21s to 62; - klips, lis 1.1 iia ; ouoiiv-ia, Od to 10<( - porkers, Uou.vy Wii4,i.j, <Joa .j 40dj pnui ' serviceable wei&uus, i^o j U7s to 30a; bacouera, t'iiuie, oib Cu otja ; ei.ua 80b to 64s j li^ui, oOa upwards Bank tattera, extra prime uoavj- lata, £'£ lOa ty £4 18a; bulk priuiu ami weigucy, £3 to £4; roughs, truiu 30d Dairy Oatths—Milkers, best, £9 los to £14; good do., £7 Ids to £9; ottiers, £5. Springers : Best, .£7 10s to £6 10; couple, £y 16s ; good do., L6 10s to L7 on ; others, Li; springing heifers, Li to Lo os; few choice forward heiters, L7 10s ; others, I<3 6s o Ub ids. D'ac co«vs, Jjo La hi oa ; goja ao., ■ gooduo., L4 15a to i<5 los; uiuexs, 3Ub up,

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