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POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES.-Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

I -- - 1 POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. -Letters. For every ioz., or fraction thereof Urgent Letter-For each let ter (in additon to ordinary-' postage) .. .. .. . * .. P 4 Post Cards o I Reply Post Cards .. .. .. .. 0 2 Letter Cards 01 Registration Fee ....03 Acknowledgement of delivery ! of recn'stered article ... .. ;. 0 2} -Packets.; Commercial Papers, . Printed ? Papers, maximum weight . 5lb., maximum dimensions - sft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 202. or under .. .. o, i Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every zoz. or under, up to 51b. .. o o4 Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum lib., not to exceed 2ft x. ift., 2oz. cr under .. o 1 -Newspapers. For tach newspaper iooz. or, . under .. .. .. .." o oi Within the Commonwealth . and Papua, 40Z. or part of 40Z ' o oi Magazines and Publications . not published in the Com monwealth 00} Published within the Com monwealth, 8oz .. ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

KYNETON TURF CLUB. ANNUAL MEET! The annual meeting of the above took place at the Commercial Hotel .on^hfirsdagrevenirtj}-. Mr. J.jG. Spain presided, and there was an attendance of between 20 and 30 members. The report and balance -sheet, as append-', ed, were adopted: Report. Gentlemen, - Your committee, in presenting the club's annual report and, balance sheet, desire to congratu late you upon the successful season just closed, and the 've.rv healthy finan cial position the club is now in. Two race meetings were1 carried through, and in each instance proved .most suc cessful, both from a financial and so cial point of view. Your club also co operated with the K.D.R.C. in the carrying out of two benefit fixtures in aid of, the Convent' and the Coursing Club, both of which resulted in the handing over to these institutions of substantial amounts. Altogether £290 was given away in stakes during the past season, which represented an in crease of £65 in advance of the pre vious year's ...

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ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

ELPHINSTONE. Apple? fqr London.-Mr. J. Pollard on Monday last sent 100 cases of ap-' pies and pears direct tp London. This is the first lot that has been exported direct to London from"tl]c Jilphin stone district. A good price is expec ted for them, as the fruit is prime and has been carefully selected and packed in new bushel cases. ? Social and Dance.--The social and dance to be held in the Mechanics' HalTon Wednesday, the nth, under the auspices of the Elphinstone .prick et Club, promises to be a great suc cess. First da*-; music ar,d an effi cient M.C. have been engaged, and the energetic committee are leaving no stone unturned to make the function a pronounced success. Always Takes It.-"1 always take Chamberlain's Coin;!' Remedy when ever 1 have a cold." writes Mrs. A. Preston. 51 King William street. Fit/, voy. Vie. "I first took it when 1 had an attack of iniiuenza. and 1 got re lief at once. Xow I always keep a bottle in the house, and never lose an opportunity to recommend ...

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

TRENTHAM. | An Old Identity Passes.-One of the Trentham district's oldest and most highly respected identities in Mr John Robert Jackson, of Littl&.-Harap--: ton, pa'sSfcd away at his residence there early on Thursday morning. Deceased, who had attained, the, great age of 92 years'," had. been -for several months past in frail health.' 'His con nection, with the district dated back over fifty, years. His .wife pre-deccas cd him well over twenty years ago, and two daughters survive him (Mrs. Silas Hunt and Miss 'Jane Jackson. He was a native of Brampton, Eng land, and arrived in Australia about sixty. years ago.1 --.Yesterday the funeral took.place-to the Spring Hill cemetery. ? .--The ' coffin-bearers were Messrs.:. J. . Jackson, Geo. Hunt, G. Alexander and J .>'Rothe. The service ;at the graveside was read by Captain T. YV. de Tracy, of the Salvation Army, 111 the absence of the Methodist minister. Mr.\I. Benson,;of Kyneton, had charge of the; mortuary >arrange incuts...

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KYNETON POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. (Before Messrs. Laugher and Peacock, J's.P.) OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

KYNETON POLICE COURT. «$!> FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1914. (Before Messrs. Laugher and Pca coc.k, J's.P.) OFFENSIVE BEHAVIOR. A young. man named Samuel Bird, a resident of the town, was charged by Constable Martin with behaving in anoffenisve manner in a public place on the night of s6th.'.u!t. Sergeant O'Brien prosecuted, and Mr. Frank Stevens appeared for the defence. All witnesses were ordered out of court. Constable Martin -deposed that at 11.5 p.m. on February 26 he was on duty at the, corner of High and Welsh streets. Some' young; men, one of whom was defendant,were coming, up High streetv.aiidf roaring lOuti,: They were coming-,froimth'e-directioir of the. Shire .Arms Hotel:When they got oppcv^.ta-:MadamiGimn!s,;r"csidcnce one o; them threw a JjQttlejn .the street channel. ..Tlic bottle broke'in picces. A few: vards ifurther ton; t^ii'ey; arrived at tlib/Gjiinese; laundry,,where they commenced: kicking v-at? the - door and callinftv;outi ':6et'up out of that,; Char lie." "They/ the...

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LEAHY—BOYER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

. : . LEAHY-BOYER. / A pretty, buit quiet, wedding was celebrated on Tuesday, 24th ult.. at St Mary's Church, Lancefield, by the Rev Father McHugh. The bridegroom was Mr. David Leahy, of Katunga, third son of Mr. Michael Leahy, of Piper's. Greek, and the bride Miss Ethel Har iet Mary Boyer, eldest daughter of Mr George Boyer, _af Pastoria blast.- The bride.: who was given away by:her .father, wore a /dainty.gown oi white satin-striped voile and lace applique, with- satin trimmings, and a hand some veil and wreath of orange blos soms.' She also carried a shower bouquet of choice blooms. The brides maids were Miss A. Boyer, sister of bride, and Miss IL Leahy, sister of the bridegroom..The former, wore a beau-, tiful ;whit'e silk .muslin with satin trimniings-and hat to match. She also wore "a gold bangle (.the gift of the bridegroom). Miss Leahy was gown ed in a pretty dress of pale blue re silda:with satin trimmings and' hat to match. Botli bridesmaids, carried po sies of pink sweet ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

WEDDINGS. -? CASTLES-RICHMOND. A wedding round which consider able local interest centres was cele brated on Wednesday, March 4. at "Rawhiti,' Bryson street, Canterbury, the residence of the bride's sister, Mrs W. Bedford, between Mr. Max Castles of Colac, fourth . son of the late Mr. Thomas Castles and Mrs. Castles, of. Kyneton, and Ethel Mabel, youngest daughter of the Rev. G. J. and Mrs. . Richmond, of, Scott street, Canter bury, formerly of Kyneton. The cere mony took place in the drawing* room, '.which was very prettily decorated with white perennial pea and spara gus fern. The Rev. G. J. Richmond (bride's father) officiated, assisted by -the" Rev. 'R. Ambrose Roberts, of the Canterbury Congregational .Church. The bride was prettily dressed in white muslin handsomely embroider ed. She wore orange blossoms in her liair and carried a beautiful bouquet of choice hot-house blooms. One brides maid, Miss Maud Castles, attended. She wrore white embroidered muslin and a becoming hat of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

Trade Addresses. m ll m MUSIC n* hath i:' ; Charms. Xfcue . a'Rd , BIST Songs & Instruffiental Numbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S . POPULAR Sixpence Each. COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. At One Shilling. By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. MOUTH ORGANS in Great Variety in Various Keys. \\Jti KIMETOK. RESOLVE TO w s AT III l| jpl Tl\8y iiave the Best assortment out of Melbourne WRITING TABLETS, in endless variety. WHITWORTH LINEN, white and blue; LINEN LAWN, PARCH MENT, VENEZIA, CAMBRIC, MAJESTIC, THE WORLD. SPECIAL LINE, thin paper, extra strong. The Famed BELA1R, ruled vertically on one side, horizontally on the other. Economical and elegant. ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen Lawn, Invicta, Eclipse, Countess, Ideal, Secretive, Campaspc, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low. Resolve to Buy your DIARY for 1913 at once. ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES for POCKET and DESK. AUSTRALIAN DIARIES, every size...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

VII.-RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper^ are re-dirscted without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre-sees. All applica tions for re-direction must be written in ink and bear the signatures of the persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot be complied with. Re-directed letters, packets, and newsapers re-posted by an agent, oj the addresees after delivery, provided they are re-posted not later than the day (Sundays and Public Holidays not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Rc-directed letters, packets aiu1 newspapers which are re-posted late* than the day after delivery will be taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshly posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper? as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is ...

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THE CENTENARY OF AUSTRALIAN METHODISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

THE 'CENTENARY OF AUSTRA - LIAN METHODISM. o # At the Methodist Conference now sitting in Melbourne arrangements ihre beinji made tor the celebration of the Australian centenary of Method .ism." . On August io. 1815, Rev. Samuel Lee. the Mpthodisjt minister, ar rived, in..Sydney. Ttoure were now in Australia. -Tasmania, and the Pacific -Islands" 3554-Mcthoclist Churches. 4346 Sunday Schools. 872 parsonages, 995 ministers. S635 local preachers, 210 home missionaries. 21,964 Sunday School teachers, 203.367 Sunday School scholars, 10 colleges. 149,026 members. 12,575 junior members, and in the five conferences 621.374 atten dants at public worship. Speaking 011 the subject of Metho dist pioneers. Rev. J. Thomas pro duced a letter, dated February 20. 1839. which was the original letter sent from Melbourne to (he chairman of the Van Dieman's Land district, ask ing for a Methodist preacher, as "(lie township now contained nearly 2000 souls." lie was also able to produce a brick from "the ...

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The Guardian KYKETON, SATURDAY, MAR. 7, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

KYKETON, SATURDAY, MAR. 7, 191-1 The Outside Page.-On the fourth page will he-found the Kyneton Stock Market, the Centenary of Australian Methodism. Taradalc .-.News,- Malnts bury's Sanitary System, and details, of the Malmsbury Borough: Council' meeting. A.W.N.L.-At the committee ineet ing of the Kyneton branch. A.W.N.L.. on Thursday afternoon it w*as decided i to entertain: Mrs. George Robtnson.. the lion, secretary. who is leaving ?Kyneton for ,Hampton, at a farewell afternoon tea in lite south room. Me chanics' Institute, on Monday. March 16. "The "usual meeting day. of the. bra ncii is M on day. -March 22.__.but as that v date clashes with the . Kyneton. 1 Hospital bazaar, the gathering, on: the,| 16th will take its place. The commit- | tee "most cordially invite- all members; :and friends to be present at this gath ering. Mrs.-J. H. Craig, president of the Bendigo branch, has been invited by 'the committee to' be present and deliver an address. Choir Sunday.-On Sunday the an n...

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MALMSBURY SANITARY SYSTEM. THE COUNCIL'S POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

MALMSBURY SANITARY SYSTEM. THE COUNCIL'S POSITION". At: the'meeting of the Board of Health in Melbourne on Wednesday the question of the pollution of'the Colibau . water system <vas referred to. Dr. Robertson said their old friend --the'question of the Malmsbury.'sani tary depot-had appeared again.- I-^ had received a letter from the Town' Clerk, stating that the council had not lost sight of the directions : of the board to provide a suitable depot for sanitary purposes. " Numerous inquir ies had been made, to ascertain if a suitable site could be,obtained within the borough for "the disposal of night soil, but up to the present a site had not been obtained. The limited area of the borough, and the land being all private and valuable, property, owners were decidedly averse to a sanitary depot being etsablished near them. In addition, many of the properties were, not a sufficient distance from the Coli ban and Campaspe Rivers. the Malms bury Reservoir and many small creek...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. ' ' PUPILS SUCCESSES in;i'l9i2. , In February two completed Funiqr .Public, r _ " » | r ,'V In December four, passed J union Public r two- obtained groups.ji * , A ,tOi.aLot 5S passes was qbtamei], with 10 distinctions. One passed Sc-' iinor . Public';.v;two^niatriculatcd; ^ " Pupils are received' foi; Pianoforte. 'Singing. Violin, Mandoline, llanuony ;Shortliand;^Pvi)ew'ritiuQ',.Bool<UeepinR rDrKwin!?;:'Painting-, fanclkPhysical Cul ture. " '. FIRST TERM; FEBRUARY 2. Terms on Application to 11 -THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. ! MESSRS. GEO.. THOS., and IAS. ? WILLIS beg to intimate to theiPub lic of Kyneton and: District tliat' they have TAKEN OVER THE BUSI NESS of the Ijather. Mr. G. W. WILLIS; Sen., and request the con tinuance of: the loyal support accord ed to their father during. the last 15 years. ALL -ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, sen.. MAY BE PAID at the MILL to the New Firm, who w...

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TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

TARADALE. "Rainfall.-Cr. D. Bourkc reports a fall of 7 points of rain for the month of--February.? making a total of 37 points for the first two months'of the yedr In the years 1012 and, 1913 the respective registrations for the month of February were 64 and 14S points, and for the first two months of these years S4 and 156, points respectively, i Cemetery Trust.--A meeting of the Taradale".Cemetery- Trust was held on Monday evening, there being present: Messrs. A, Clark (chairman), Gribbes, Bourke, Gallagher and Harmer. . An account of £4 was passed to Mr Miles for clearing carriage-way and paths, and it was decided to pay the balance when the work is completed. Other matters of'minor.importance- were dis cussed and dealt with. . ^ Property Sale.-Mr. W. R. M. Ken has disposed of the ;brick'house in which he formerly, resided in Patter son street, and which was subse auently occupied by Mr. D. ? Grant. G.P.S.. and in later years by Mr. J. McMahon. The purchaser was Mr. Frederick Dis...

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KYNETON STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 March 1914

KYNETON STOCK MARKET. At Thursday's market 2635 sheep and 336 cattle were yarded. Receipts. £l6/ll/S. :i' :. Messrs. W. H. Fysh and Co. re port: Moderate supply of fat sheep and lambs,-, and prices realised were about 011 a par with last week's good figures, while for stores little altera tion need be quoted. Top market prices obtained by us were: Crossbred vcthers, to 23/9, account Mr. James Brady, Malinsburv, and comeback do. for same owner, to 23/6, the purchas ers being Mrs. Leete, Kyneton. and Mr.'E. Pearce, Gisborne, respectively. Fat cattle yarded were well suited to requirements, and bidding brisk in the opening- sale at unaltered rates, but for fleshy sorts prices ruled in buyers' favor. A draft of nice quality light weight bullocks fattened by Messrs. Davies Bros, Red Hill, Woodend. sold to £S/io/, topping the market, and v.'ere secured by.':Mr. Geo. Keating. Woodend. \; An exceptionally heavy cow, the^ property ?:of Mr. Thomas Dwyer, jTrentham. realised £8, Mr. ;\Y:: Brow...

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THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

THE GUN. At liie weekly meeting of the Mel bourne Gun Club on Friday last. "Carnage." Mr. W. J. Dwyer. of the junction Hotel, was one of the com petitors. and. although he has not shot over the traps tor six months, he proved to he the best shot on the ground. The main event was a com petition for-ladies' trophies valued at £30." ami "Carnage"^ won second prize, a handsome diamond and sap phire bracelet. The next event was a sweepstake from 55 yards, and "Car r.as'c" and Allan divided the prize money on the tenth round. A sweep from the extreme distance of 40 yards concluded the day's sport, and "Car naire" and Wilkinson divided on the eleventh round. "Carnage" thus made a break of 21 birds from 35 and 40 yards, a fine performance. Mr. Dwyer used liis trusty Caslimorc ? gun. and cartridges supplied by Mr. -Jas. Pea rock. ot Mollison street. The trophy will be on view in Mr. Peacock's win dow for a few days.

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton V. Taradale. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

NOTES. CRICKET. KYmOX DllsWICT ASSOC SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Tr.,"Vf"n v. Taradale.: rvncton visits! faradale on- Satur j rid proved too good for the da)Mpain Scores: home tcau-_Tarada]c. Rcr Whatsford, run out 45 .n Frascr. h Strcdwick 3 P-iwft. b Morns 5 \ Gamble, b Morns . . .. .. .. - o j' Abbott, stp. H. Stredwick. b S. . T \IaHbv.Cb Stredwick o \ JicAlpinc. c Sulhcraliul, b Young . . .; 11 1 Picken. b \ oungr - . . . ....... 9 ' v Cordv, b Young- 3 A' Labbot. b \oung . ' o X Critibes. not oat 2 r .\nionio. b ^ ot'.ng o «. Gallagher, b "Young 2 ' Sundries .. .. . . .. 2 Total .. .. .. 74 ' Bowling: - Morns, 2 for 16; ? S. ^redwick, 3 for 29: C. head, o for 18; Voting. sen., 6 for 6. -Kvncton.- - . T Sutherland, c and b Abbott ... 1 H Grant, b Abbott .. ....... .. 7 \V Morris, b Abbott 15 N?"Young, sen..'not out 59 S. Stredwick, c ";Whatsford, - b . "Swift .. 0 r Head, b Abbott . . 17 Plunkett. c Frascr, b Swift' 6 H. Stredwick, not out' .. ; *9 . Sundries 1 Total for seven wik'kets...

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THE PASTORIA EAST FIRE. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

THE PASTORIA EAST FIRE (To the Editor oP'the "Ryneton Guardian;-") Sir'.r^Whilst appreciating most s5' cerely the'kindly and generous int^ tion bf those who were' desirous* contributing- towards the relief on K, behalf, -L desire to respectfully ask ts* nothing be . done in this direct^ ...Though, unfortunately, n. heavv ferer trom tliD' tire. 1 am hcjiicwV^. health and strength be granted iwv'j soon making good the lost grow10 am anxious that they who ^ kindly offered this assistance ® predate this letter and 1-uiost ly wouldwish to thank them for goodness. Yours, etc T. VEREki'> | Pastoria East. > . NOTE.-At Mr. Vcrckcr's req^HgK >vc shall Iiand over to those who iributed the respective amounts, ?ng. sure-..they .will appreciate his **. ^ tude. Ed, -k.G." Road-Sweeping Machine. maine Borough has invested in sweeping- machine for £4'-. pectcd that with this macliin? id so adjusted as not to road, in three hours a week _c,. oil will be able to do all the auircd in the borou...

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MINING. MANAGERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

MINING. ? ^ fi§l MANAGERS' REPORTS. H : ? m Easter Monday. Blackwood. 6d;. 365ft. Level-South off east cross? to 100ft.: without change. Level-North off No. 1 rise to cor.: 2U. of mixture, payable. _ . Malmsburv Alluvial. 6th.--ou" Drive-No. 2 rise to jiou. from » term.: face shows 3ft. sandstone v.:e fair wash: will turn a littie east ® get out of sandstone country. drive to 120ft. from inlerni. Cons* erable influx of water during consider it to come from Confid®1 old workings. Inflow water now ®f injr away rapidly. No. - east cross cut _ north drive in 25 ft.. shows reef in north side; fair body of ivai» with erratic prospects. Sluiced off machines from horse puddlers :or ®» i/dwt. New Sultan. Blackwood. Oi'n.-^ from No. 4 level up 40ft.: cut vrold similar that in winze from level. Reef uin.. showing sow i solid. No. 2 Level-North drive B 2.74ft.; reef 6in.. showing fair gold.-\

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FIRE AT MESSRS. HOYLE & CO[?] MOTOR WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

FIRS AT MESSRS. HOYLE & CM MOTOR WORKS. A fire broke out at a quarter to ;? o'clock on Sunday night at the gam and workshop occupied jointly bytb Messrs. Thomas Hoyic and Co.. cc tor body builders. 334-340 Latrrf; street, formerly of Kvneton. and c; considerable damage to the build!:; and to eight motor cars, besides sep arate fittings and bodies. At a quarter to 11 o'clock some peo ple were sitting outside their doer; in Franklin street, noticed a man. be lieved to lie in the employ of the Can ada Co.. enter the garage. - He vta driving a touring car. A moment kt;: there was a loud explosion. Throcp the window the motor car which si: iust been driven in was seen in flans The doors were flung open, and why Mr. Goodbrand rang up the fire bri gade from the office, a number of s-;: pushed the blazing car into the m way. In the meantime the burnk petrol had Mowed across the gang:® floor towards the stairs. It caiijs;S the bottom step, and in a few rnents the flames had sprung up...

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