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KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. : <£> - The monthly meeting of the above was ??held on Saturday, there, be in;-; present: Crs. Skehill : ? (president), Hurry, Clark, Spain, Halloran, Tresid der. Watson, Dwycr, G. A. Thomson, G. J. Thomson, McWhinney, Trimble. Begg, Knight and Hurry. Correspondence. >.' ? The Public Health Department ack nowledged..council's letter relative to the question of appointing an officer of health vfor? the, Trentham. Riding as: proposed by.'.the'Trentham Progress Association-Received... j .. \ Mrs. A. iK: Baker,' dressmaker,' ap plied to have premises in J-.1 igh street,; Kyncton, registered as .a -factory. or workroom. Sergeant O'Brien, inspec tor of factories, attached a" report , in which he stated that h'e had inspected the premises and saw. no reason why the application should not.be;granted. --Application approved. * F.Armstrong,- secretary- to the' Kyneton Progress Association/ asked that the trees on the road, to themine^ ?ral -spring-be' wa...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES, "-I Infectious Diseases.-One case o.ij diphtheria, one of-typhoid-and one of pulmonary tuberculosis were report ed to the council on Saturday. The diphtheria case was reported from the Queen's Memorial Infectious Diseases Hospital, Melbourne, the patient be ing Cynthia Mary Taylor.- of "Bring albit." Kyneton.: J The typhoid: and tuberculosis casds- were reported by Dr. J. Horace Downing, the patientun the former casc_ being Percy_Mounsey, aged iS, of Trentham, and in the latV ter John Honeymann, aged 37, of no fixed abode. . Hospital Bazaar.-Louie R.- Rigby and J.. Horace Downing, joint hon. secretaries to the- Kyneton Hospital bazaar, notified that the bazaar would be held in the Alcchanics' Institute from 23rd to 28th March.'and asked to be supplied with gas for the'-lighting -of the hall free of charge^or at a re duced price.- They promised, in the event of this being done/'to take every care that there would be rib unneces sary use made of the gas.-The let...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

Wanted. _ WANTED.-GIRLS for Dressmak ing-. Apply Mrs. Somcrville, DALE'S. WANTED.-Good, Strong, Smart BOY to learn Plumbing. . A. W AT KINSON.' WANTED.-Smart Energetic LAD for eBusiness, clerical work and gene ral. Good salary to commence. Ap ply own handwriting "D.W.P.," this office. For Sale or To-Let. PIANO. Second-hand, good; rea sonable price, £22. REEVES, Mon day or Thursday. SOW NOW. RYE! RYE! RYE! ? Splendid Sample on Sale at'the EQUITABLE STORES. Order Early. 5/ -bush., cheaper Quality. 4/ and 4/6. T. P. HAYES. ' Mollison Street. 'Phone No. 6. Meetings. KYNETON HOSPITAL BAZAAR. , A GENERAL MEETING of COM MITTEE will be held in the Fire Bri gade Hall on WEDNESDAY, March 11, at 8 p.m. ? Business: To djsctiss . the' altera .. lion of.^the opening day from . .Mo'ndayy March 23, to Tuesday, March 24. . LOUISA E. RIGBY, ' . J. HORACE DOWNING. Hon. Sees. Amusements. Don't Forget MOVING ' PIC TURES, Weir Fund, Gardens, Thurs day Evening, March 12. T : ? DON'T FORGET! MONSTER PICNIC...

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REMINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

REMINDERS. Keud the interesting details 01 Dale.--' Mutual Store attractions for the autumn and winter in dress mater ials. coats, etc.. Miss M. Jarrett advertises in this issue that on Thursday she will show a fine assortment of autumn millinery. ' Junior Tent I.O.R.-T he usual fort nightly meeting of the above lodge was held in the lodge room on Friday last, 13ro. S. Waters l»einu in the chair. After routine business was gone through, the. members indulged in games of quoits, air-rifis shooting, et?. '

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. —Retail Market.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

MELBOURNE MARKETS. -Retail Market.--; March 7.-Pork. 6*d. to 9*d. per lb; mutton, forequartcrs, 3id. - to 4id.; hindquarters. 4_id. to 6=}d.; chops, 5^d. to Sid.; lamb, torequartcrsN2/6 to 3/6 quarter; do., hindquarters, 4/6 to 5/6; roast beef, 4d. to gd. per lb.; beef steak, .sd. to cd.; best steak;-1 id. Poul try.-Fowls. 6/ to 8/ per pair; geese. 16/ to 20/. ^Turkeys are quoted at 25/ each. Cheese, gd. to 1 /r per lb.; eggs, special lines, up to 1/6 per doz.; but ter, 1/4 per lb.: honey, 4d. to 6d.; bread, 6Jd. to /d. per 41b. loaf; bacon,; 6d. to 1/1 per lb.; hams, 1/2 to 1/5; milk, 5d. per. quart. -Potato Market. March 7.-Priccs ..are. unchanged, but the demand is quiet'at the mo-' ment. About .31 truck loads were available at Spencer street. ' Prime Carmens are quoted at £3/15/ to £4, choice occasionally £4/5/; Brownells at £3/10/ to £3/15/, Pinkeyes at £3,: and inferior potatoes at from £1/15/ upwards. ^ITay Market. March 7.-.The market lias been fairly well supplied witlv man...

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THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. —Farm Produce— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

THE MARKETS. BENDIGO MARKETS. -Farm Produce; March 7.-Hay, oaten sheaves, £2 pc-r ton; wheaten, £2 per ton; wheat, 3/7 per bush.; oats, 1/8; straw, 25/ per ton; flour £8/15/: bran, £5/5/; pollard, £5/5/; Gape barley, 2/3 per bushel; new potatoes, Carmens £5 15/ tox£6 per ton; Pinkeyes, £4/15/ to £5; new onions, Brown Span ish, £8/10/ to £9 per ton. '-Dairy and Garden Produce. .March 7.-Factory butter, prints, l/i.-to 1/3 per lb.; do., lumps, 1/1 -tc>:i/2j;;secbnds, 9d. to 9^d; dairy but terj -priniCf Jodi \to : 1.1 d.; medium, 8d. to ; 9d;;- butter,cheated lots, down to 7d. per lb.; eggs, fresh. lid. to z/oh per :. dozen; f\'preserved.:iod... to 1 id.; new cheese, 6d. to 6Vd. per lb.; ma tured, 7d. to 1 8d.( per lb.; hams, iod. to 1/; bacon, /d. to 9d.; honey, 3d.; beeswax. 1/1 to 1/3. Poultry ,-Heavy weight gobblers,, 25/ to 35/ per pair; light/16/ to 22/6; ^lcns, S/6 to-12/6; poults, 10/ to 15/; geese, 5/ to 6/; ducks, 3/6 to 5/; ducklings, 2/ to 4/; -fowls, roosters, 3/ to',4/...

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KYNETON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914. (Before Mr. McLennan, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

KYNETON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1914-. (Before Mr. McLcnnan, J.P.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. Edward McGuire was charged.with, being drunk and disorderly in a public place. Constable Ruedi deposed-that he arrested accused in Mollison street at 10 a.m. on Saturday. Accuscd was very drunk, and was hanging on to a verandah post. A fine of 5/. or 6 hours' imprisonment, was entered up. -Insulting Behaviour. William Robinson, Stephen Mad den, Albert Johns and Samuel Bird were charged with behaving in an in sulting manner in a public place: Ser geant, O'Brien prosecuted, and ac cused,,wlio were all young'men, were undefended; : Samuel Bird pleaded, not ? guilty,® and the other three pleaded guilt jr. . . Julia Bird,- wife of Alexander Bird; of Sturt street,.Kyneton:'deposed that about midnight on Saturday last four men came and knocked 'at.the door of | her residence. - Witness answered the | knock. : Itwas dark at the time, and 1 she did not recogniscwho the men 1 were. They ...

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FIRE AT TYLDEN. OLD LANDMARK DESTROYED. FIRE-PROOF SAFE USELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

FIRE AT TYLDEN. OLD LANDMARK DESTROYED. .. FIRE-PRdoFiWE"'USELESS. The butchery and general store standing- on the corner of the Blue Mountain and Springhill roads at Tvlden. known throughout the sur rounding- ditsricts as "Glenn's Store," was completely demolished by fire on Saturday evening. The business has during recent years been run by Mr. W. J. Anderson, of Trcntham. under the management of Mr. Thos. Ander son, and when the latter locked up the premises on Saturday ???. evening everything was apparently safe, but when another^,employee} Mr. Joseph ] lawkins, who, by the way, has work ed in the butchering department con nected with 'this 'store 'for over 20 years, return edt from his round with the cart about 7 p.m. he discovered that the'Tuiilding was ,on fire to such an extent that; although he promptly secured ihelp!-from :''Homebush,'' and other., also" arrived 'oil .the scene, nothing could" be "clone to stay the progress of the flames. The building was built of wood with...

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SALVATION ARMY HARVEST FESTIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

SALVATION ARMY HARVEST FESTIVAL. i 1 - | . Harvest offjy 14 .is being) Tfejqbratfc.d. at the Salvatjon Army Barracks- !in "ax very interesting manner. The lariye' hall is decorated with greenery and pot plants and eucalyptus! and a. re-' presentation of a Malice homestead, with outside kitchen and old-fashioned., cooking utensils, etc.. v; while several: typical Australian scenes! are dcpictV. ed by the brush of.Mtti Davev, of'thcJ Alpha Cafe, who very; kindly assisted^ the officers of the.locai-.corps in carry-, ing out their scheme of decoration". Sunday's Bible lessons, addresses and1 hymns were all appropriate to Die oc casion, and there was a.good attend-, ance^much above the average. . On Monday night the Kyneton Fire Bri gade Band rendered yeoman service by providing a programme ot instru mental music, which was. greatly en joyed. To-night Miss McLennan and her pupils are providing a fine pro gramme of music, and to her. as to Mr. Davev, the corps feel they owe a debt-of grat...

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TRENTHAM FALLS RESERVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

TRENTHAM FALLS RESERVE. The Hon. D. McLeocl, M.LX wrote as follows to -Saturday's meet ing of the Kyneton Council: Having occasion to enquire at the Lands Office last month regarding the allo cation of the tourist vote, I mention ed the claims of the Falls Reserve. Trentham. 1 was subsequently in formed that the Kyneton Shire had not replied to a letter addressed to it by the Lands Department some jrcars ago offering to vest the reserve in the council and the Board of Lands and Works, provided the; council would agree'to erect and. maintain the fences and roads around and leading to the reserve. I subsequently saw the Minister personally and pointed out that the council had already spent considerable sums of moneys in 'im proving the reserve and constructing and maintaining roads leading thereto, and; urged that this was practical com pliance with the requirements of the denartment,. and that the reserve should be vested in the council and the Board of Works in the usual way. ThisMv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

t 'I: Trade Addresses. #f MUSIC-** hath Charms. i!^ 'v5 The LATEST", and. BEST Songs & Instrumental Numbers. ^$k0^ ^S- \r ~~lc* ^ at Sixpence. 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. Sexadl Youj.1 Ox>dlei7 to KfMETOMl RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR £ STATIONERY AT Tl^ey have the Best Assortment out of Melbourne WRITING TABLETS, in endless variety. WHITYVORTH LINEN, white and blue; LINEN LAWN, PARCH MENT, VENEZIA, CAMBRIC. MAJESTIC, THE WORLD. SPECIAL LINE, thin paper, extra strong. The Famed BELAIR, ruled vertically on one side, horizontally on the other. Economical and elegant. . ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen Lawn, Invicta, Eclipse. Countess, Ideal, Secretive, Campaspe, Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Low. Resolve to Buy your DIARY for IQI3 at once. ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES' ...

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VII—RE-DIRECT ON VTCTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

VU.--RE-DIRECT ON VTCTORIA. Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest "ofNthe addressees. All applica tions for re-direction must be written in ink and bear the signatures of Un persons to whom the correspondencf is directed, otherwise they cannot bf complied with Re-directed letters, packets, anc . newsapers .re-posted by an agen' .vj the addresees after delivery, provide'' they are re-posted not later than tin day (Sundays and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage. Re-directed letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted latei than the day after delivery will bt taxed the ordinary prepaid rale. Any which appear to have been opened will be chargeable as freshlj' posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper* as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES ANP COUNTRIES. . Undei the Postal Union rules re directed correspondenc...

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LAURISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

LATJRISTON. H School Committee.-Mr. W. Mor riss. head teacher of Lauriston St^te wchoo!, presided over a meeting; ' of parents held at the school on Tuesday evening to elect a school committee for the ensuing thrpe years. Mr. Mor riss explained the privileges and duties oi the school committee. The follow ing were elected: Mesdames Stringer, Kutman, Fincher and A. Bennie. and Messrs. G. Fincher and F. F. Lloyd. ?..Mr?:.'Morriss thanked the outgoing committee for their consistent -and generous help and sympathy-with all school matters.-- .They: had taken a keen interest .in the -school and had : never, failed to respond to any call he had made upon them.; -Mr. Fincher. .in .response, said .that the committee had found it a pleasure to work .with Mr. Morriss; and greatly- regretted his departure. -They hoped that the ipar ents of the scholars at Mr. Morriss' new school would be as willing to second his efforts; as they had been in Lauriston, and he felt sure that in no short, space of...

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The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, MAR. 10, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

KYNETON, TUESDAY, MAE. 10, lS)li The Back Page.-A variety of inter-^ esting matter will be found 011 page four of this issue, including Kynctbn shire Council, the Bendigo and Mel bourne Markets. Among the -cross heads arc: Mr. A. B. Piddington. K.C., on Workers' Education. Mr. Juslicc Higgins on Who Reads Most. Sick Cow or Sick Baby. Depredations of Starlings. A Great Teacher of Song, and Electors Enrol. A Coming Conference.-On Easter Thursday the1 Presbyterian Fellow ship Union of Victoria meet for Bible Study and Fellowship in Kyncton. Their meetings will conclude on Eas ter Monday. The day sessions will be held in St. Andrew's School Kali. The Presbyterian Fellowship Union has for its object Bible study and spiritual fellowship, and practically- fills the same place in Presbyterian .Church life as the "Glass"' does in Methodism.. Portion of the study time .of this school will be devoted to the study of the manual "Thj- Kingdom Come" and to problems of special interest to Fel lows...

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EDUCATION EXHIBITION EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

EDUCATION EXHIBITION EXCURSION. -- On Fridajr Mr. Stuart, head master, ami Misses Price and Downing, mem bers of the staff of the Kyneton High School, accompanied a merry party of .24 girls and boys from the Kyneton District High School on a visit to the Melbourne Education Exhibition. 1 hey left by the morning express and spent the forenoon in visiting the Na tional Gallery and Museum in Swans- j ton street. The pictures that told a slory proved the most attractive. In terested groups surrounded Knut and tiie Monks of Ely. The Pilgrim Fath ers. Moses and the Tables of Stone,' the Massacre of Glencoe. scenes of P'.c.neer life in Australia and quaint and illuminatingly fresh and practical were the remarks that sprung spon taneous forth as the price of the much-discussed "Bent Tree' was men tioned. A perfect mine of delight was tound in the Museum, the Kyneton ooys and girls in the brief hour or so i't their disposal seeing niore of its treasures than .probably 99 per cent, ot the cit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

Educational, Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT di M&RCY, ' ; : KYNETON; r * PUPILS SUCCESSES in 1912. ;> In February two completed Junior. Public. ^ ,Tn ^ December four passed'Junior, Publjc : two obtained groups. A total of 58 passes was obtained, with, lodistinctions.-Onepassed-Se-" ni<jr , Public ; two matriculated. Pupils are ,received-. fotvPianofortc,. Singing,^ V'iolin, Mandoline.iHarmqny . Shorthand. Tvoewriting,-Bpokkeeping Drawinsr;: Painting. and Physical .Gulr . ture. ' . FIRST TERM," FEBRUARY 2. Terms on Application to .THE; MOTHER- SUPERIOR. "CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO., TI-IOS.. and JAS. 'WILLIS beg to intimate to the Pub-: lie of Kynetpn andDistrict that they have ' TAKEN* OVER THE BUSI NESS of the .Father,' Mr. G. W. WILLIS, Sen;,- and request the con tinuance. of . the loyal support -accord^ cd*.to_ tlieir'"failVef- during*'tiff "last '15 years. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, sen.. MAY BE PAID at the MILL to jthe New Firm, who ...

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HIGH SCHOOL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

HIGH SCHOOL PARS. - Cricket Match.-On Saturday a team from the Kyneton High School, in charge of Mr. J. W. McCormick. visited Castlemaine and played a cricket match with the Castlemaine High School team, and were tho roughly beaten, although they spent a very pleasurable day. the Castlemaine teaming entertaining them at dinner. The scores were: Kyneton, first inn ings 75. second innings 86; Castle maine, . first innings 150, of which Baker made 75. playing a very finish ed bat; second innings, 3 for 17. The match was won by 7 wickets. Science Master Appointed.-As the roll of the Kyneton District High; School lias gone up from 60 to 100, the school is entitled to. an additional teacher. When in town on Friday with the scholars to visit the exhibi tion; .Mr. > Stuart,.,head - master, called at the office of the Education Depart ment, and,. .,was informed that: Mr. Noonan,;instructor-in sciencc and na ture- ,study,: had been appointed to. Kyneton; and would arrive inva;few: days." -...

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THE BACON COMPANY. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

THE BACON COMPANY. J (To the Editor of the ''Kyneton Guardian.';') Sir,-As .many of your readers are interested, more or less, in our effort at co-operative bacon curing:. I would ask the favor of space for a review of the present situation. Up to the present the company has been putting through 300 to 400 pigs per week, the total for January being 1630. This was to enable us to get our bacon 011 the market. Having now obtained a favorable position for marketing a much larger turnover, the company is now calling on all its shareholders to fulfil their contract with the company, viz.. to supply all their fat pigs suitable for bacon. But our success, and especially our success in selling all our output as it is cured, has aroused the most bitter opposition from the proprietary firms. Whenever We sell a side of bacon 'it generally means "that their sales are that much short.. . : . , Now, a money fight is generally a bitter one and no quarter is/being given or. asked. As a curer last p...

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KYNETON HOSPITAL BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

KYNETON HOSPITAL BAZAAR. The opening clay of the above was fixed, for Monday, March 23, but re cognising that to, open the bazaar on Monday entailed' much extra work and anxiety upon the stall holders, especially the flower, and produce stalls, the refreshment room and all perishable products, a meeting of committee has been called for Wed nesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Fire. Brigade Hall to discuss the ad visability of postponing the opening till Tuesdaj', March 24. The-ladies are working most energetically for this bazaar,'and it is confidently ex pected that it will eclips§ all previous efforts in this direction ever made in Kyneton.

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TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 10 March 1914

TAR AD ALE. ? ???_ ---~o :-: : School Equipment.-The Taradale School is slowly but surely becoming provided with a thorough^' up to date ' equipment... The.heacl master and his assistants, aided by. a capable school committee.and interested 'parents,-have worked ? indefatigably for the benefit of ;the school,, with 'fine result. The school.piano was placed.in the school room on Thursday last, much to the delight of :the pupils. ' The sewing machine was installed .several weeks back. Including thevcost ot drums, and : bugles for. the school band, the . amount .spent in school equipment during the past two -ears has reached nearly £70. The" next move will be the erection of a conservatory for the pot plants, which now have to be placed in. unsuitable situations.

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