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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

Funeral Notice. The Friends of (lie late HUGH REN XIE DUX CAN, M.D.. are re spectfully invited to follow his re mains. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, Simpson street, Kyneton, at 7 o'clock a.m. for the Kvneton railway station on FRIDAY NEXT, JANUARY 2, 1014. The interment will take place at the Greensborough Cemetery, leaving Spencer street on arrival.of train at 045 a.m. H. W. BROMLEY, Undertaker: Market Street, Kyneton. Wanted. ' WANTED.-A .Good Useful GIRL at once. Mrs. HARRINGTON, Me chanics Arms Hotel. Kyneton.. KYNETON HOSPITAL. WANTED. - A HOUSEMAID. Wages. 15/. Apply at once to the Matron. THOS. CARROLL. Sec. WANTED.-Several good TEN AXTS waiting for Houses to Lease. Apply to W. H. BATTERS, Agent. WAXTED.-ENTRIES of FUR XITURE, Poultry, Dairy Produce, etc. for Auction Sale held EVERY SATURDAY. W H. BATTERS, Kyneton. For Sale or To Let FOR SALE.-Mixed Cut Flowers. Shasta Daisies (Snowstorm) are par ticularly good. AIREY'S, Epping street. Kyneton. Auction...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. Victoria v. South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

; SPORTING NOTES. . "*. ? - '. ? ? . CRICKET. Victoria v. South Austral The match between the above States on the Melbourne Cricket Ground was concluded on Tuesday, and was won by Victoria by five wickets. Vic tori?. failed badly in their first innings and had to score 354 to win in their second knock. Park (104) and Arm strong (132) made a great stand, and the runs were got with five wickets in hand. Scores: -South Autsralia. First Innings 245 Second Innings .. ...... 246 -Victoria. First Tunings .. 140 Second Innings 354 Kyneton v. Harcourt. Harcourt will, visit Kyneton 011 Sat urday and play the home team on Barklv Square. The match will com mence at 3 o'clock sharp. Kyneton team will be chosen from the follow ing: Young (2) Horton (2), Hurry. Stredwick (2). Plunkett, Sutherland. Morris. Head. Catani, Simpson, Chap man, Grant. Cannon. The Baby Bonus-The Other Side.* -So many stories are circulated as to the improper way the baby bonus is spent that the remarks of Mrs. J. J. Bucha...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

MALMSBURY. An Aid Effort.-The euchre and dance in aid of the KynetoU H.ospital bazaar to take place on the!2ist .pre mises to be a most enjoyable function. Valuable prizes have been donated. The ladies have decided to hold a garden fete on the afternoon of the same day. and refreshments, ice cream and all sorts of edible dainties will be on sale, while fancy and plain gx>ods will be for sale, and a sports pro gramme provided. Improving'. - Mr. E. Tatterson's condition is slightly improved.

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THE STATE CRISIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

THE STATE CRISIS. Oil Thursday Sir Frank-Madde the Speaker, issued writs' ton the Mi isterial elections in the districts Allendale. Borunjr. Essendop. Cast) inaine and Maldon, "Prairati, as: Warrnambool. Noniinatior.j| must' lodired before noon on January & a; polling has been fixed for Jsnuapv . Nominations for Nelson and Xbri Western provinces in the Legislaf Council closed -yesterday. The retui ing officer tor Nefeon'is A*1" W. Dunkley. of- St. Arnauc the North-Western Mr. Hornsbv, of Donald. iioth" Dryyaak-Trrmv; Hajrelthorn wore returned ul T; is understood that Mr. f Macrae, a well known tarnie| s?er and president of the-Al and Pastor'?*! Society of-:\vflfrackfc 5 heal will oppose Mr. Hutch!-^>'on, fc| M.r.'stcr >q Agriculture. fonB«>n.,i' 3 Cr. -wan. of Cobursr, cho.-.-n »y the Political Laboj f-e.iJit ? t:- 1 the Premier r- Ws Mr. WVVvr. ry o «». Cr CetV es' Ui-ion. o; ->OKev \ P. Alaekmmm. Art->rne v-Ge* c'-l" Minister Railway-. t.V ]'aarap - is -.h.H...

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VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

VICTORIA'S NEW GOVERNOR. The "Herald" contains the follow ing particulars of Victoria's new Go vernor. telegraphed fromv f rejyantle by their London correspondent: Iieir to a peerage, statesman, law yer, citizen, soldier, man of affairs, and good all round sportsman is the Hon. Arthur Lyulph Stanley, the new Governor of Victbria. Those who know him well, say that he is destined to go a long way. and one who meets him for the first time easily believes it. for he quickly im presses by his charming personality, and c.ompo.ls respect by the quiet air of dignity, knowledge and power which he associates with a kindly and helpful courtesy. Mr Stanley is obviously a man who, by continuous endeavor to make all his work really useful, gives the best promise of success in the conditions of British public life and the social service of our day. Those who recol lect the late "Marquis of Linlithgow when, as Lord Hopetoun. he assumed the post of Governor of Victoria, are reminded of him in the pr...

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SURF BATHING VICTIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

SURF BATHING VICTIMS. - -? Marioric Louden (21), Daphne Lou den Ci?) and their nephew, Alexan der Louden (12). were all drowned curf bathing' at Cronulla. a very dan gerous' spot with a strong undertow. The onlv witness of the tragedy was .1 little bov who was playing on the sand He "said that Marjorie Louden went" into the water first, and that m a few seconds she was swept into deep water. She cried for help, avid Alexander Louden rushed into t.ie surf and was soon alongside the drowning girl. He could do little against the undertow, however, ami iliev sank together. Ihe younger girl". Daphne, had watched the other two go out. and with tlie idea of ing them she also dashed into the water, and she. too. was caught and 'whirled awav. .Ihe little iioy ran to Cronulla township for assistance, and '?several members 01 the life-saving club hastened to the beach.- I here was no siim of 'no s\vininier> \\hcn they arrived, but they dived and re covered the body of the boy. The corpses o...

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DR. H. R. CAMPBELL DUNCAN. A PROMISING CAREER ENDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

DR. H. R. CAMPBELL DUNCAN. 1 A PROMISING CAREER ENDED. It is with extreme-, regret that one' of the final Amies. of this closing year should lit; the recording or the death of one. in whom the whole dis trict was beginning* to feel a deep rooted and personal pride. A little over a week ago Dr. II. R. Duncan, who was the honored son of R. _B. Duncan, M.D., of Kyneton. was seiz ed with an affliction which supervened upon a severe, attack of influenza, and was due primarily to his own personal and over-anxious regard for the well being" of his own patients, who were ever his first and only care. He had not completely recovered from his first illness, and was unfortunately drenched to the skin whilst on one of his night visits. This it was which led to his contracting pneumonia, from which, though everything pos sible from skill and loving care was done for him. he passed away at 8 a.m. oil Wednesday. He was attend ed by Drs. Groves. Downing" and Riirby, in consultation with Dr. Sta weU...

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

TRENTHAM. Sari Occurrcncc.-Sunday a young married man named Samuel Braddy, nephew of Ah", Andrew I lam mimd, a highly respected Ircntham resident, died at tin- latter s ^ place. Dcecased had not been in ;ro<>d lit nitM for some time, and lately underwent an operation, (hi Monday. J-'nd in.-u.. j lit came to Trentham irom his home at Derby for a change. The dr'.y was a \ ery trying one and on arrival at Mr. Hammond's place lie went to bed. Next day his condition did nol improve, and subsequently Dr. An derson. . >!' Tre'Uham. and Dr (proves, .if Kyneion. attended iiim. I>111 he gra dually Mccame weaker, and passed away as slated. i!i~ people live at Derby, and lie iea\es a wife and .two youn.tr children, ihc sincerest . sym pathy being felt for all in their sad and unexpected bereavement. The "Reiidigo Advertiser" writes in con-, nedion with the above: The death.-.at.-, Trentham on Sunday morning- of Mr Samuel August Braddy, of Derby,,I1515 occasioned profound reg...

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A SCHOOLGIRLS' PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

SCHOOLGIRLS' PARADIf - I | "The lire of hospitality in the Jhome ! and the glow of cordiality in the j heart." This is the motto eft the I Washington Irvine High Sch/ool for Girls v/hich is engraved ov'er the j great hall fireplace of their large building in New York City. It is the largest'High School "in the world and one of America's most wonderful and interesting buildings. Its 6000 pupils and 217 teachers moved into their new premises this year-but teachers and piypils in name only. It is one of the "points" about this school that the teachers are merely those who have ! "gone along the road before" and who { are ready to help those coming after. I There is a feeling of friendship be ! tween the two. "We are comrades | of the road," said one teacher, "and 1 have never known of any imperti nence on the part 01" any girl. or. back of all their comfortable familiarity, any lack' of respect, and yet no teach ! er gives a command or makes an au j thoriiative statement. The old order...

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CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. "THE CREATION." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

CHORAL SOCIETY'S CONCERT. "THE CREATION." -On Mon.day evening the Kyneton Choral Society, under the conductor ship of Mr. Henry Thomas, produced Hadyn's "Creation" for the.-first time in Kynetou. The sultry night, abnor mally warm for Kynetou, had no di minishing effect upon the size of tlw audience, which was unusually large, j The stage was simply, hut appropri t ately, decorated with white Shasta daisies and a trellis with pink La France roses. The society was ac companied by Mr. A. M. Perkiu (or gan) and Miss McLennan (piano), both of whom rendered yeoman ser vice ami contributed in no small mea sure to the successful rendition of Haydn's famous oratories, one of the most difficult to interpret on account of the majesty of the theme and the noble dignity of the music. The so ciety is to be congratulated upon the la rye measure of success it achieved. Several of the choruses were finely rendered, especially " File Heavens are Telling" and ihe liual chorus "Sing ihc Lord. Ye Voice...

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INTERNATIONAL PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

INTERNATIONAL PICTURES. The International Pictures Theatre will he open this week to-night (New Year's night) and to-morrow (Friday, Jan. _.). A well-varied and first class programme has been selected for each evening. The star picture tor tb-nig<!H is a stirring drama 3300 ieet iti length entitled "Spanish Blood/' There is also a topical gazette, showing- the latest happenings day by day., and' the usual number of comic and other pic tures. On account of the numerous picnics and other attractions on-New Year's Day. the pictures will not commence until 8.30 011'that evening. The full programme for to-night is: First half-A Smoky Story (comic). She Will Xever Know (drama, IGOO ft.'), .Gazette (topical). Tale of Death's Valley (drama, icoo ft.). Tweedledum Florist Girl (comic). Second half Star drama (3354 ft.). Pat's Fancy Dress (comic). Friday's programme is well up to the usual standard. The siart picture. "At Handgrips with Death." is an exceptionally fine drama taken b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

. A HINT OF VALUE. . ' -o< - Those who get on in the world are those-'whoj never fail .to takc.^yj"?f.!fcr> able hint when it comes their way. Here is a hint, which may prove of great value to you. Mrs. H. lackson. Bridport street. Daylcsford. says"Tjio'se: who- have suffered, will -have some . idea ,Oi;.>he. tortures of", ?-??..backache. I suffered, severely with this distressing- com plaint, and was quite -doubled up with the agonv of it; in fact, I became- so bad that"J had to lie up for a week. My; rest was very disturbed,: the. se cretions were thick and cloudy.. and I also suffered from bad headaches and dizziness. After trying many so-: called remedies, which gave no re lief, I took Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and am pleased to say they quickly gave relief and soon I:, coiii pletelv lost all signs of the backache and kidney trouble. I advise other sufferers to get Doan's Backache kid ney Pills at once, and end their trouble. It only took three bottles "of-t...

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XMAS DAY AT ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

XMAS DAY AT ST. MARY'S. The Xnias services at St. Mary's R.C. Church. Kyncton, were very largely attended. The. altars were beautifully decorated by the Altar So ciety. under Miss Ryan's supervision, and in the .Lady Chapel a small crib Avas erected in which a beautiful Bambino representing the [nfant Sa viour, the Holy Child Jesus, was laid. The poverty and sweetness of the Di vine Child made a powerful appeal to the worshippers. The musical portion of the service was beautifully render ed. the choir, with Mrs. Ray Hayes asorganist, rendered Mozart's 12th Mass. In the Adeste Fidelis the solo wit's, taken by. Mrs. Duff, the duet by Messrs. Brennan and Ray Hayes and thej trio by Miss Parker and Messrs. Brennan and Ray Hayes. The Very Rev. Dean Hegarty. V.F.. assisted by the priests of the mission, officiated at tlie altar.

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MALMSBURY BOROUGH COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

? i; !-, ,t .?> t-'Mi'i' there DeiVMflt u'a" '* u. ?'.... ,. .^..liV-nn < oiayor^^ i'i-,.::vV " Waliis. " ^ ,T..i HonnvMi l"' f J Co:rt-Frondepcc. , £&, iv, o. etarv* invited arteries . ;u t;u*t Mat, under>t<ic. pn~,;.^e vi ioiU r-i the I licensing Districts? C c;;"",:il is rfcquircd-ito. finish? Januarv 31| a return.; st\S**kmi$ ../^fmimbJr oijmale persons enroll. . on municipal roll in rcspect of raT ' {<. property', if ?ny licensing' d.^trif; 1 _ nrpart there ,^m eluded in the. liumcipal district. Tl . ;. Town' Clerk h^d replied stayn^ di, . 106 male persons were^ enrolled. The Public Health Department u, .. vited attention Ito the .provisions c ,.t. the Health Act Relative; to overcrotu ins in houses, kntl state«l the boa. would be glad if the * council « oui take action to ijemecly.any defec * v ?,,, , that direction existing" .in the borou.v .-Received. I , , c . vi The Department of 'Lands ami ^ . vey authorised, the council to l...

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A PLEA FOR GOOD MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

A PLEA FOR GOOD MANNERS. I In :-.n address t'1 the students of the Edinburgh University. Lord IiaManc. ihe present Lord Chancellor, en tie 1 by stilting that the final touchstone of success is urbanity. The "Age." in commenting;, says. "And who shaii say thar. he is wronjr or that his coun sel is not peculiarly needed in Aus .tralia?" Lord Haldane spoke as fol lows: "There might he undue advantage in circumstances. There often was. But, according- to his experience, it made far le.-s difference in the long' run thai: was popularly supposed. What did lv.r.ke the difference was tenacity , of purpose. To this he al lied the social virtue of courtesy and urbane manners. Courtesy was an endowment which was well worth acquiring. lie had, to put its utility at the very lowest, seen many instances of gifted men ruining their chances of getting on in life simply from want of manners. 'De fect in manners." says Emerson. 'is usually defect in line perceptions.' Emerson, like Goethe, laid great...

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TO-DAY'S ATTRACTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

TO-DAY'S ATTRACTIONS. The chief Now Year's Day HI trac tions arc the Hanging Rock races anil the Castlemainc charities' carnival. I>oth are sure of crowded attendances. Every care has been taken !>y the management of both attractions that the comfort of patrons will be tho roughly catered for. Storm at Daylesford. - During thunderstorm on Tuesday at Dayles ford an exceptionally heavy peal of thunder was accompanied by a dazz ling ilash of lightining. At the resi dence of Mr. William Sibbison. of Victoria street, a verandah pose was struck and the earth for ft depth of _»it. at its base was rooted out. Five windows facing' the verandah were shattered, and a little girl who was playing near was thrown to the ground. Her face was injured, either by a ilying stone or the lightning. Furniture in the house was thrown about, and ornaments shaken from the shelves. The liirhtning cut a clear track 011 the sw;-:rd of the garden. Mrs. Green, a next-door neighbor, re ceived a severe shock...

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A SURPRISED CADET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

. A,,.SURPRISED CAiiET. "A surprise awaited a young terri torial in the Police Court (says the "New Zealand Herald"). When sum moned for failure to attend drill, he produced a sealed envelope for the magistrate, intimating that it was a mcdical certificate stating that he was unfit for service^ His Worship, hav ing; perused the document, asked the lad if he knew, its contents. . To a reply in, the negative. His Worship said that the so-called medi cal certificate was nothing less than a statement by a doctor to the effect that the lad was ruining his health by smoking too many cigarettes. 'Why not go to drill, instead of indulging in this bad habit?" said Iiis Worship; 'the former is good for you. while the : latter will kill you.'" He recommend ed the lad to smoke a pipe if lie must smoke, rather than cigarettes." Saved From Drowning. - Three young women, named Mabel Esnouf. Mad ire Bethune. and Lena McCoy; were bathing in the Canipaspe at liclmca 011 Tuesdaj- about 7.30 p.m.; ami ...

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THE VINTAGE OF 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

THE VINTAGE OF ig%. - Messrs. \V. and A. Gilbey, of Lon don, in their annual report of the J9U vintage draw attention to the marked reduction of the consumption of wine in the United Kingdom. The Euro pean vintage of 1913 has been a fail ure owing to climatic conditions. With regard to Australia, the report writes: The brightest spot in the wine trade of this country is that notwith standing the smaller' total consump tion of wine generally the proportion consumed of that grown within our own empire is constantly on the in crease. and it looks as if England will be a market fur many years to come for all that can be spared by the Commonwealth or .-jViistralia- after her own needs have beeh'pici. In com parison with the vintage news of Ivj.rope tiie reports fy.om Australia may ho considered satisfactory, anu in the Aggregate tiie new wines show ed a <isstV«ct improvement upon those of t'^e previous year. Ix;<(h in quantity and \\iar.iky. in Victoria tJio total a...

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AFTER FORTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

AFTER FORTY YEARS. The following interesting letter was received by Mr. Fred. Armstrong on Monday, the 20tn. The Mr. Powell to whom it refers will be remembered by many old Kynetonian.s. Mr. Pow ell was not only a hay and corn mer chant in Kynelon. but a seedsman, florist and fruitgrower. Me had a beautiful fruit garden in which ail kinds of English fruits flourished on St. Agnes' Hill, and there also, we understand, was his corn ^tore. He had a fruit and seedsman's simp in High street in the premises no v.- oc cupied by Mr. Asiiby. opposite the Colonial Bank, of which in those days Mr. Blair. who died some years -mice in Scotland, was manager. Mr. Pow ell built the house in Marker street now occupied by Mr. A. J. Thomson and known as "Wooiston." Behind this house he planted a line fruit gar den. which flourished exceedingly and in which was grown the finest aspara gus ever produced in this district. When Mr. Powell left Kynelon he sold tins property to tin- hue Mr*. Masierton. who ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 1 January 1914

^ Trade 'Addresses. FICTION. FASHIONS. ME CHANICS.;i THEATRELAND. LATEST MAGAZINES FROM AMERICA JUST TO HAND. Inchuiin.q: THE GREEN BOOK. TKE BLUE BOOK. NEW STORY MAC-AZINE EVERYBODY'S* MAGAZINE ALL-STORY. COSMOPOLITAN SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE. \ PScLURE'S. . THE ARGOSY. MUNSEY. CAVALIER TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. RAILROAD and CURRENT ME CHANICS. AMERICAN JLXFE. V/OMAN'S HOME COMPANION LADIES' WORLD WOMAN'S MAGAZINE ELITE STYLES TKE DELINEATOR. . THE LADIES' HOME. All Oi:> tain able at mm ii k.i. i llU y i.i \J U0 MOLL1SON STREET. FOUND.-Our TAILOK, upp«*sittr Shire Hall. Every Garment on the Premises.' Sr.!:: si;; or ion Gu;in;n 4fte<\ A. V. JAM ES, Pratrrscn'. Tai'.ot "Kyacion. Trade Addresses. Two Weielcs, And 1 h on -. X m as. WHAT TO GIVE? . WHERE TO GET IT? We anticipated these queries ." months ago, with the happy result that our Stoclc is liter ally leeniiny with XMAS NOVELTIES and GIFTS at a priee that will surprise and please you. Gem SS-fcoipes...

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