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WOODEND APPEAL CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

WOODEND APPEAL CASES. . Last -car the Newhain and Wood end Shire .Council decided to-have a new valuation of the whole of the rateable property within the shire, and this 'was carriedv out..at a cost to the council of a little over £80. Several ratepayers expressed strong disap proval of their assessments, and. ad vised, the council of their determina tion to appeal. The council accord ingly /instructed Messrs. Hurry: and Sons 'to act on behalf of the council, and the cases were set down for'hear ing at .the Woodend Court of Petty Sessions 011 Mondajr last. v : 'ThevBench,was occupied bv Messrs Barlow, P.Mi. and'Mcintosh. J.P;, and the a - eals were successful in every case. Assessments "were reduced as follows: Mr. N. W. Ellison, 1S0 acres, from £ 1JJ..to £94: Mrs. Muntz, 240 acres, from £255 to £102; E. Purvis, 2;?i acres, from £223 to £176: D. Jones. 190 acres, from £171 to £152; D. Jones, 50 acres, from £30 to <£25: Mr. G. Hurry anneared for -- the shire, Mr. Frank St...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, MAR, 12, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

o KYNETON, THURSDAY, MAE. 1.', 19H Back Page.-On the back page will be found Garden Notes, City Under taker as Fire Fighter. Bendigo Stock Market, Industrial Efficiency, Peopl ing the Commonwealth, John Bull Derby Sweep for 1014. Recipc ' for a Bazaar and other items. ' - No Need for Alarm.-At the meet ing of the Kyneton -Water -Trust yes terday Foreman Gallimorc reported that the water in the-storagc reservoir had been reduced.by 5 feet during, the past month", and :that the "inflow was now practically nil. Cmr. Hurry ?.??in quired'-whether this was an indication of a probable shortage of water: The engineer replied that the additional 2 feet of embankment which: had been, added to the reservoir represented a storage capacity: of 4'i million gallons; and, assuming that the .additional 3 feet in reduction meant another 4A millions; that would mean a total re duction up to the present of about 9 million out of a total of 32 million gal-: Ions. "In that case,"'' remarked Cmr. Hurrv -"...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

ST. PATRICK'S DAY RACES. : The iollowing" are the entries for the above races: : Trial Handicap.-Miss I-Iambling, Bohheur, Breakfoot, Kayiulah, Dia mond Bracelet, Footbeat. Queenctte, Jeddarite. Foresail, Achillia, Union Arms, Anaconda, Esport, Lahore, Night Walk, Blair Finde, Tip Top, Moorool. Hurdle Race.--Ancona Boy, Black Native, Powerful, Heetlinc. Berry. 'Jerry.-; StcelboK:, Andricula, LGcky Ban, : King's -Ransom;' Sir . Colin, TvaiUbolt. Tcrga, Sure Step, Rogue's 'Harem. v -. Kyneton Cup.-Lady Jane. Embre sene. Avoyer. Raconteur, Quickbolt. ?Yandilla King. Lucky Bean. My Nance Jemlah; Caius, Black Pan, Nata; Lord Kelvin. Rosny, Quiamong.. Boulogne, Julia B.. Laurentine, Portlock, Black Nut. Active Lad, Monody. Tao, Duel. Golden Princess, Coolaguuyah. Corinthian.-Ancona Boy, Lulu Eu crene, Hogan's Ghost. Kilmuir, Foot vent. Berry Jerry. Wee Jean. Barrell, Kavlulah, Master Jimot. Footbeat, Jeddarite. Foresail. Union Arms. Min niemah, Sir Prim, Corrvong. Barwid gee. May Angle. N...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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WELCOMING A NEW MAGISTRATE. FELICITOUS SPEECHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

WELCOMING A NEW MAGIS TRATE. FELICITOUS SPEECHES. Cr. W. J. Trimble, who was recent ly created' *b.-justice of the peace for the Midland Baliwick, took his seat on the bench for the first: time at the ICyneton Court on Tuesday, and was heartily welcomed. Mr. Barlow, P.M., said-he had just performed the pleasant duty of swear ing in Mr. Trimble, who had been a member of the local Shire-Council for 10 years, and had'filled'the presiden tial chair last year.- On'that'occasion he did 'not- lake his seat on the bench as he was entitled to, but now the Solicitor General had recognised his worth and ability by conferring upon him the permanent appointment. This was w.ell deserved, and the appoint ment/would be. all the more popular -in "view of the fact that there was a scarcity of justices in the district. The appointment-would be specially pleas . ing to those who wished to see men of" integrity and honesty of purpose elevated to the magistracy, as these qualities were possessed by Mr. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

Trade Addresses. 1U vKWXzC ^ liroicatrj T5gj .v , 4f MUSIC#* hath Charms. r=-5&i32y^ .r$> %; JfX; 0 v!W W fU^Sfc if rA ?ft & The . and. BEST Songs k Instrumental lumbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR v Sixpence Each. COMMONWEALTH MUSIC BOOKS. . . At One Shillim By Post, i/i. Orders Taken for Any Published Music. u m f . f MOUTH ORGANS in Great Variety in Various Keys. rrr-rVt^-^'' SosidL Os^cler1 to KIHBTOK. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR AT Tfyey have 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; 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 Lo...

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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

VII.-RE-DIR.ECT ON VICTORIA. ; Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed 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 br complied with. Re-directed letters, packets, and ncwsnpers re-posted by an agent of the addresees after delivery, provides 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. Re-directed letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted later 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 i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

Educational. 8acred Heart Ladies' (Most-2 CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNE^TgN.: . PUPILS SUCCESSES in 1912. In'February two completed Junior Public/' N In ^December four passed Junior Public : tV7<D obtained groups. . %At,total of 5S passes was obtained, with-to distinctions. 'One passed,Sef nior Public V two matriculated. - Pupils arc received for Pianoforte," '-Stnginqv .A*ioliAv-'M'an<Idlincr'--'Harmony^ Shorthand. TvooAvriting.iBookkeeping: Drawing:, 'Painting.iand Physical: Cul-' ture. FIRST TERM. FEBRUARY 2. Terms on Application to > ' THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO.. THOS., and J AS. WILLIS beg to intimate to the Pub lic of Kvneton and District that they have TAKEN OVER THE BUSI NESS of the Father. Mr. G. > \V.. 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 tile New Firm, who will trade as WILL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

So Simple «iid Strong. Thcv Cannot go Vrone. Simplicity is a great tiling In a Rt;wine: machine.-especially Tvhen you live in the country and have to fx it yours ell. WARD BROS. Machines have fewer parts than nny other-ncthr.iL; to net out of order. I'oundscheaprr than others M'c pay freight to your station guarantee every machine-and let you have it 011 cary terms. Write lor illustrated Catalog-post iree. Machines of ail makes repaired, Needles and Parts supplied for any Machine. 3S-33 ERRCL STREET, NORTH KELBOURN I TRUST MONEYS To ON GOOD SECURITIES. Lowest Rates of Interest. PALMER, STEVENS & RENNICK, Solicitors, Kyneton. E. C, ROBERTSON & CO STEAM CHAFFCUTTING AND GRAIN CRUSHING MILLS. KYNETON RAILWAY STATION. We are BUYERS of HAY, OATS, BARLEY, WHEAT, and any other sorts of Grain. Melbounre Office at 68 and 70 King Street. Local Representative: G. Mc.WI-IINNEY. T WAIT until you are worse befori starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be you...

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ELECTORS ENROL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

ELECTORS ENROL. - Electors of Kyncton and district who are eligible for enrolment on the Kyncton division district roll of the Grampians electorate by one month's residence in the town or district, and who have neglected to enrol, are urg ed to immediately apply for enrol ment. Instructions have been issued to the subdivision electoral olliccrs that as soon as the police canvass of electors for the. State Parliament is completed, which will lie on March 15, a comparison is to be made with the roll as prepared by the police and the Commonwealth roll, and the names of electors who/are not enrolled upon the Commonwcatllv subdivision roll 'immediately'.-forwarded'.to. the divis ional returning oftjeer for the Gram pians electorate, who will prosecute the utienrolled electors. Kyneton electors,, being thus early warned, should not be caught napping in this important matter. Persons who have just reached the age of 21 years should also attend to enrolment.

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PEOPLING THE COMMONWEALTH. REPORT ON IMMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

PEOPLING THE COMMON WEALTH. REPORT ON IMMIGRATION. The second interim _ report of the Royal Commission which is inquiring into lhe industrial resources, the trade and legislation of some portions ot the British Dominions is timely, for it deals largely with immigration to Australia. The report is interesting because all sections of the community are disappointed at results of past efforts to people the Commonwealth. Those whose interest is mainly in de fence, realise that far too few men have come out, that our vacant lands are still a temptation to the people of. over-crowded countries. The busi ness man regrets that settlers-with a little capital are so very easily count ed, and that there is not present-indi cation of any marked ,incrcase,in their number of adults from the farms of growls that the gas-lit pavements of Melbourne and Sydney,, rath.er than the sun-lit plains of the back country, have been peopled. ." ,* ' The Commissioners realise all that, and they point out that i...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

GARDEN NOTES. «S>. (Written Expressly for the "Kynetor j Guardian.") i Questions on ail matters relating to horticulture, if addressed "Gar den," care of this office, and sent by Tuesday of each week, will be an swered in Thursday's issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

Wanted. WANTED;-Good. Strong:, Smart BOY to leanii"Plumbing. A. WAT-; K1XSON. ;;r. BARMA1D, Youngv tlior'oflghly^cx^" perienced, references. desires POSI TION.; Miss IRVING, Post Officc, Keraiig;. ... ... W'A NT ED.-Smart ^Energetic' LAD for Business, clerical Avork. and gene ral. Good salary to commence.* Ap ply own handwriting' D.W.P.," this office. ; 1 \ ? WANTED. - Several Good TEN-' ANTS'-waiting for HOUSES to Lease Apply to W. H. BATTERS, Agent. L-ost and Found MISLAID. - BUTCHER'S KIT. Finder rewarded. G. COSTELLO, Market street. For Sale or To Let. 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, PARTRIDGE MEMORIAL. ~ A MEETING io Confer with School Cbmmilteo, Sthdol-rcxmT. FRIDAY, I MARCH" :l$\ at 73d. H. J. SKID MORE; Hon. Sec, Amusements. JVn't For--ft MOVING I'iC rURES, Weir Fund, Gardens, Thurs day Evening', March r.>. DON'T FORGEt-RL.C. G...

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INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY. Mr. X. C. Harris, of the Railway Department, under the auspices of the Government, is delivering lectures in Melbourne on "Industrial Efficiency." Mr. Harris argues, that if a man could lay three bricks instead of one. there, was a prospect not only of* him in creasing his wages. but also of bene fitting the-'community, by decreasing the price of rents and the construc tion cost of houses. In an introductory discussion of the .Taylor system of management.- Mr. Harris said that for the last few' gene rations business had been a triangular duel between capitalist, emplover and consumer. The employer looked for a maximum return on tiie investment. \and the working, for an increase of in come. The consumer was a nebulous person who wanted his "'requirements, at a minimum cost, but had no organ-, isation to enforce his wishes. At "first sight thev reconciliation of these con flicting' aims seemed impossible! .If the worker got higher wages the cost or production in...

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BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

I BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. March 10.-Cattle: Contrary to ex i pectations, there was again only a small supply of cattle forward, the total penned numbering 488 head. Further, the quality all round was very indifferent, ranging principally from nondescripts to just useful de scriptions. with only occasional pens of prime light and handy weight bul locks, and the same in cows and heif ers. On account of the Fire Brigades' demonstration, and the large increase of visitors in Bendigo, there was an extra keen demand for good cattle by local butchers, and practically from the opening sales competition for best lnillocksvwas very strong, and contin ued so; rifdit - throughout the sale, which . 'wound, up strongly. These de scriptions, and,' as a matter of fact, all' usUful : ibeasts; ? sold _ remarkably well, prices'being.:even better than (he .strong rates of last week to the ex-, tent of between .5/; and, io/._. Any good; cal ves>alsoimade good prices. . Quo-; tationsrPrime.'hand\'> w...

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CITY UNDERTAKER AS FIRE FIGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

CITY UNDERTAKER AS FIRE FIGHTER. -:- -. The intense heat of last week end and the thundery conditions were re sponsible for many serious outbreaks of fire. A curious experience befel Mr.''Frank Usher, of the firm of Messrs AY. G. Apps and Sons. under takers, Moor street. Fitzroy, at Kan garoo Ground, whither he had taken a hearse to convcy the body of one of the residents to Melbourne.'"Mr: Roy Apps and myself." said Mr. Usher, to an "Aire" interviewer, "reached Kangaroo Ground on Saturday last at about half-past one o'clock. The horses'were; taken out of the hearse and placed in a paddock, the hearse being left in the roadway in front of 1 lie homestead. Mr. Apps and-myself were at dinner, when a son of the de ceased rushed in and asked our assist ance in fighting: a bush fire, which had broken out at Lilydale, and was trav elling at a rapid rate in'the direction of Kangaroo Ground. We ran to the. old Kelvin Grove homestead. The fire had got a firm hold, but house and outhouses (in...

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The Flower Garden. Bulbous Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

The Flower Garden. Bulbous Flowers. The ' season tor planting a good many of what arc botanically termed "bulbous flowers'' has-now comnienc ecl; These embrace*- -;what iare>'--.cpm monly called bulbs: such as the daffo dils, hyacinths, -tulips,:; lilies, ; etc.; corms, which is the proper . definition of the -roots> of gladiolus.Hxia,- crocus, - paraxis, and tuners by, which* are, de signated: the roots of. such^plants; as ranunculus. peonies;-; dahlias, ..'.-: ane mones and many others.'Among these are to be found many beautiful tlower : ing plants. and where, space is avail-, able a judicious selection ' should ...--..b'c; made. Some of them.: increase very, rapidly by what are known as offsets; or. small, bulbs formed ?, around . the base of the -old: one. - In some?cases these young bulbs , are; s<?-small,and. so numerous that they become ^catr' tered in the '-process t of digging,- 'and will soon become a nuisance unless they are kept under control. There fore...

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Kyneton v. Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

Kvneton v. Farmers. Qn Saturday the above teams will, (pla-y a return match on Barkly Square. .Tjie match wilLstart at 3 o'clock, and iflurinpf an interval afternoon, tea, provided by Kyneton team, will be partaken of.; e

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

SPOTTING NOTES. 1 1 -- ' S>» -?*. CRICKET. IvYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIA TION. - ! An association meeting was held in the Kyneton Mechanics' on Monday night, when then: were present: Messrs. A. B. Chapman (president), M. Hurry (Kyneton), Gradv and Wait 'Metcalfe), Sutton (Malms bury). G. Fleming (Elphinstone). and Haliiday (lion. sec.). Tiie disputed match, Kyneton v. Klphinstone, on February .14, was first considered. Messrs. Hurry and Fleming- having thoroughly and in de tail checked the scores in the respec tive books, it was found that the dis crepancy bad occurred in the Elphin stone book, and that the amended scores therein showed'_the. match' to have been V draw. Mr. Fleming: ac'-; cordintrly -withdrew, the-claim to-tlie match entered by the Elphinstone Club. . -????.?The Edeleocites"''.."resent then / dealt .with'''-protests b}r Metcalfe, and Malms bury Clubs . against - "Kyneton re matches ,on ?. February ? 28 . and, 2J, on the- ground that T.. -Leviclc was in eligible under...

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"WHAT IS A MODEL?" [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

"WHAT IS A MODEL?' .:-:-- .--^v- -^ The members of.the Liberal Work ers' Institute .have established a'Par liament, and they had no hesitation in describing it'as a "model" one. Sen ator McColl. who is an old Parliamen tarian, expressed the-hope at the open ing of the 1914 session .on Monday night that it would prove itself worthjr of the name, but lie was afraid that the days of model Parliaments had gone by. '.The speaker (Mr. .A. N. Bishop), as the custodian of the;; rights and privileges of members, took an .opportunity-later in the evening to reply.to'the. criticisms, friendly though they had.been.. He said it was evident that Senator McColl put, quite a dif-r ferent interpretation upon the word to that, which was intended, and he proceeded to tell a story to illustrate his point. A young man, he said, ar rived at his office one- morning in great good hynior. .lie could not re frain from telling his fellow workers what a. lucky-chap lie was. His wife had called him a model husb...

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

: -'-THE TURF. At the >Ciisborne races on Tuesday Mr.- P. O'Connor's Footbeat. ridden by H. Jackson, and carrying /St. 7Ib.. won the Trial Handicap .of 10 sovs. in imin, 2jsec.. The distance was five furlongs, and the betting 5 to I agst. Footbeat, ridden by A. Fitzsimmons. and carrying'9st., including a /lb. pen alty, also won the .Hack Race of 10 sovs. in imin. 2sec. The distance was 5 furlongs, and the betting 2 to 1 agst.

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