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THE WORD "OBEY." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

THE WORD "OBEY. A complete absence of reserve char acterised a discussion on sex relation ship by members of the Women's Political Association on Monday night (writes the "Age''). -Women comprised about nine-tenths of the audience, but three or four young men v.xrc present, and also a grey-bearded old man. whose interjections mi°:ht vossibly have been more to the point had he clearly heard the speakers' ut terances. The principal topic was ?whether the word "obey" should be retained in the marriage service of fhe Church of England, or any-otlicr mar riage service. The discussion was led by Mrs. D'Arcy Lavender, who in ,tiie brief space of one hour enunciated most of her opinions on the question. .Her general conclusion was that culier the word must go from the marriage service, or that women must go to the registry office to escape it. She did not. however.' utterly despair of the churches, hoping that when properly educated they would see the error of their ways. Speaking as with ,...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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WOODEND STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

WOODEND STOCK MARKET. - -- '? ?' - - The Victorian Producers' Co-oper ative Company report holding their monthly sale at Woodend on Monday. <)tli inst.: We yarded 4S0 head, com prising nice lines of fat, bullocks, cows, springers and young cattle. The sheep advertised for the sale were with drawn on advice from the auctioneer owing- to the dry spell. The attend ance 0/ buyers was a very represents-1 1"-- -live one" from BaUarat, -Melbourne. Kyneton, Lanceficld and surrounding districts. Competition was keen and nrices valued h igli. and only a few peas were passed, prices hardly reach ins owner's expectations. Fat bul locks. £0 to £10/10/; seconds, £7 10/ to £8/10/: steers. £5/15/ to £6 ;/f;: fat cows. £6/10/ to £7: seconds. £4/10/ to £5/5/: springers, £6/7/6 to £0: lines of springing heifers, first calf. £4/0/ to £6/7/6; store heifers, - to 2h years, to £2/16/; store cows, £2/10/ to £3; vealers, first ? quality. 50/ to 64/; seconds. 40/ to 45/; other sines of poddies. 12...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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MIA MIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

MIA MIA. Harvest Thanksgiving - Scr,vices ?The'annual harvest thanksgiving sei vices in connection with the ,,local Presbyterian Church were held1 on Sunday last. . ;3?wo services. Avere. held, morning, and evening* rT<hc, Rev,i H. .Scott IvJ^o r^o nd e 1 n; et; e d Jt\y p( ,v e r-y- able discourses] |Suitab}e,"to tW-, occasion. Approuriate hymns,-and anthems had been prepared ;-hvrfthe . choir. . The church was niccly decorated. vnUv gram, flowers., fruit and vegetables.1'' ' Weather.^-The lontr-Iooked-forv {-a'm . has only fallen in small quantities '&0' far. A thunderstorm . on . Saturday evening' yielded only 2. points, and a further stead}', but slight rain on Mon day evening resulted in-15 points be-' ing registered. A heavy downpour was recorded in some parts of the dis trict, tip to 20 points being recorded at Glenhope on Saturday evening. A heavy rainfall, would be much'appro-', ciated. . / ' School Committee.- On Saiurdaj' evening a meeting of parents wa...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

HOW 1 SAVED MY HAIR. "My hair \v;:s thin, short, dry ;uul rittle. I'.vei y time 1 combed or irushed it iarjrc quantities came cut. uul I had 'r.o.uun to fear that soon I should be entirely bald. A specialist whom I consulted said mine was a particularly bad case of dandruff-so bad that he knew of only one thing' which he could hope would overcome the trouble and restore my scant tres ses to their former luxuriance and beauty, rie told m£ to get my chem ist. to prepare a Iption composed of three ounces of bay rum. one ounce lavona tic composce and quarter dram menthol crystals, and to rub this into the scalp twice a day with the finger ths. I was sceptical, but did as 1 was told. To my delighted astonishment I soon noticcd that my hair, had stop- ! ped> falling out. ,and in a few weeks'j my , head was covered with a. new growth of. downy hair. 1 continued the use :of the lotion until -I possessed a head-of hair, all my own, that is the wonder of all my friends. My specialist says ...

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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

MALMSBURY. Easter Sports. - A wen-attended public meeting- was held in the supper room at the Town Hall on Monday evening for the purpose of making ar rangements for holding the " annual sports on Easter Monday. The mayor presided, and several. matters relating to the sports were discussed and. dealt with. Officers .were elected as follow: President the Mayor; vice-presidents; Messrs. J. J. - McCarthy and H. Flem ing; secretary. Mr. Wm. Lambert; treasurer, Mr. W. Morriss: commit tee, all present. The committee . will meet again on an early date. Sec pro gramme advertised in this issue. Sale _ of Gifts.-The Presbyterian Ladies' Guild have decided to hold a sale of gifts in aid of the church and mission funds on March. 25. The la dies are working hard to make the function a success, and it. is expected that there will be a large attendance. Court.--At the Malmsbury Court of Petty Sessions 011 Tuesday, before Mr Barlow, P.M., Boddy Bros, proceeded against Frederick Jenkj-n for the re c...

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REV. E. T. RUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

REV. E. T. RUTH. --- Mr. Ruth, who with his wife and son arrived by the Orama on Monday to succeed the. Rev. F. C. Spurr as oastor of the Collins-street Baptist Church,-; was interviewed on arrival by a representative . of ; the "Age." When reference was made to the re cent turmoil in theological circles caused by Dr. Aked's negative atti tude toward the doctrine, of the Incar nation.. Mr. Ruth said "Many of these things are reserved for the study and not for the platform. There is quite enough to be going on with that we are absolutely sure about. The need is increasing, as far as I can see, for a positive gospel. There is so much that men may be perfectly sure-about, It is a great pity to waste time in things that are dubious. There-is so much beyond the range of; criticism, so many of the great verities not only of Divine revelation, but of human ex perience." In the "Hibbert Journal", for Jan uary, Professor ^ W. A. Curtis has written on Confessions of Faith, re marking that "we...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

In Memoriam Notices. GAY.-In fond remembrance of our dear father, John Henry Gay, who departed this life on 12thMarch, 1913. -Inserted by his loving sons and daughters.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

- -7-- : n :--;-7--:-?. Funeral Notice. The friends of Mr H. R. ELLIOTT of North Drummond are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved son, James Kirkpatrick, to the place of interment, Malmsbury Cemetery.   The ,funeral is appointed to leave   the Kyneton Hospital at 3 o'clock   THIS DAY (Thursday). I. BENSON,   Undertaker and Embalmer,   High street, Kyneton.

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KYNETON WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 12 March 1914

ETNETON WATER TRUST. The. monthly meeting of the above was held yesterday, there being pre sent: Cuts Murray (chairman). Hurry and Sjjai.ij. gq . Correspondence. A. W. H. Johnston, licensed plum ber, applied for permission to fix stand pipes for Dr. Groves in Bodkin street ar.d for Mr. Levicic in Donni thornc street; also, to lay water to wash troughs for Mr. J; Maxwell in Welsh street; also to lay water to bath, trough and copper for Mr.; A. Ward in Simpson street -Granted. - A. Watkinson, licensed plumber, asked permission to repair^ broken, water-pipe for Mr. J. Maloncy; also lo" lay. .water to bath: for, Mr. J. Skid-.; nt'ore/ in . J ennings strect'i-we'sti jilso. to; fix water meter for Mr. R. J. King in Beauchamp street;-Granted. V. The State Rivers and Water Supply. Commission forwarded;/copies of the Trust's- rating by-law for 1914, and in :timated>that, same has .been-published; in the "Government Gazette" and should be published by the Trust in a local newspaper in term...

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

'rSENTHAM. I Charged^Wuh Careless U se of Fire. --.-vt the irenthaiti Police Court, iqn Thursday, before Messrs.. W. MiilcUe' miss and John Harrow, J's.P.. Mount ed Constable Smith, of Trentham nolice station, proceeded against Jas. Brereton. oi Fornhill, on a char.cc of careless use of fire. The constable, in his evidence for the prosecution, sta ted tnat on Saturday. February .21 last, he was riding along Newton's inne towards Fernhill when he noticed smoke and flames suddenly shoot u» upon defendant's farm. On gallop ing to the spot he saw defendant burning off a stripped paddock. As it was a warm day and there was a north wind blowing, witness pointed out to defendant that he was doing a very dangerous thing; Asked if he had oiven his neighbors' the required notice of his intention to[ burn oft' the straw the striopcr had left in the. pad dock referredVtb.-.' Defendant admit ted that 'he Had not done so. Defen clant, who , had ploughed a break. of four furrows around the paddock...

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FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

^^r^imADES' DEMON, fibe B^trATION. iMeri^ 25.i-5 "!<Tar i-Tuesday «»til Friday Ben the rendezvous of the coun cico «'a- -Joes who once more held tfv fire j?-annual demonstration in their P°PUirue«dav was the inaugural t!'3t CIt:1)'n0 demonstration ever open day- ?"d "ore promise. The fire bn d . *l,th demonstration is imp rovi n g cades " spectacular attraction, rsp'd'/ £>. dav-is- set apart for dis 31ld hLh impress the public with PlayS ^Initude and. importance of the tl,e maen ^ o£ fire-fighters, who, in feat n ,n the State, stand for the ^rotectS a«d' salvation ;of property a0iu!ltt-vneton contingent left, by spe . Vfra^n for Bendigo.,. on; ; .Tuesday cial l}r' .... ... j.'. "^"^nnster - ."torchlight,-^procession 1 nVce through the streets of Ben-; l? Tuesday evening:,, an mterest dig0-ah-re of the procession being the inS Emblems carried by some: of the n°- lip" Golden; Square had small. bngafl 5- attached to their. .. torches; v^mnk-had-sheaves pf'hav on pitch-* -...

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MORE DRINKING TAPS. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

MORE DRINKING TAPS- & 1 ? - . III (To the Editor of the "'Kyn;:c: Guardian.") . , M Sir.-I notice in the resort, in 1* Tuesday's "Guardian." of the K}" tonsil ire Council meeting tint a®3 jrQug'h is to be olaced at Coi'cs coif ^r^i 'ahd . another at Trcnt^®-; be a crreat improvement an-. :TS'u^lica&nyenienc.e"'it a tao_'a«4:£ ^or ctnjijvi'ng was"attached to the fULtlit^end of every trough. .The.^ \voiiUl be very small. In fact ? $ should be attached to "very WW* Wliy not let the driver get a-dni* '"well as his: horse? There arc j*" of people, too, besides those of® who" require a drink of water: ^ working- dn the streets of kyneW?; ten have ..to sro into private y^ru' ct a drink ,of water. ?Yours. J. TAC0J& uriston street, ?Kync'U" ,A\Glcnlyon Enthusiast.-The. Ik | lesford Advocate" reports that Jl"j| Flemirv^. a Glenlyon -enthusiast P*| a visit !to the Loddon cn fill lasr, and succecded in landing ntVL| ly. a good haul, but also sonic o g best fish yet taken...

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AN IMPORTANT MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

AN, IMPORTANT MOTION. The annual contercVice of tlic ? tical Labor Council is to be Goes on Good Friday, and no ie*- i ? - ? motions appear on the agenda pas Probably the most import 'nr is one sent in by the Geelon? v.e branch (writes "Grumbler, nt ^ "Maryborough Advertiser ). It":; sires to abolish all right to inters wealth, and profit on wealth, aadu nationaliastion of the mean? of p: duction, distribution and cxchag the present owners of property ion ceive payment to its tuH value in 5:;: Bank deposit receipts, payab'eingi on demand." If this is carried irs". alter one of the "objects" of the c* stitution. Sub-section C. section. now reads: "The gradual national tion of the means of produclior.. & tribution. and exchange." I". wfij seen that the-new net considers:: broadens the field of socialistic act: sition. At the same time, a mc-" orovided for the payment o: ti e spoiled. This is not proviJcd^'t-^ the constitution now stands. Lc : for a moment, imagine the r.ew r. ...

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KYNETON STOCK MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

to 14/8.- - Stores-Merino eWe b-tooth, in lamb to Lincoln crossbred wethers. s 6 J sthers. 2 and 4-tontc'l do., 6-tooth, to n/i 'l tendance of local and visitino-h ' Good yarding: fat sheep and laml^f which tne demand was rather VI Fysh and Co. rcr,cm , derate yarding of hbUr.iStf.;, Hi ?sheep. Owing- to a further prices in the Melbourne ma-fe prices for fat sheep had ed, but fat lambs realised and store ' sheep were in <u satisfactory prices. Fat caw21'1 well supplied, and for good late rates were maintained stores no difference can We booked 210 cattle and ma"'' and quote: Fat bullocks. litrU- \ -* to £7; fat cows. £4/i7/6°tn fleshy cows, £3/10/10 £4/c/ 'i old steers. ' £3/12/6 to &/'?,:?<* heifers, £2/5/ to £2/8/6- qJ,! *? to 24/6; crossbred wether's '%\ 21/6; do.-ewes; 17/ to -j0/6-* '^ wethers, 13/ to 14/6; fat lamu^N to 14/8, . Stores-Mrrir.n S-tooth, in crossbred %\ 16/; merino cio., o-tooth, to ,,?-, Mr. J. H. Clark reports; g; indanrr. m inrnl ...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES. -Letters. For every }oz. or under .. . . 0 Post Cards, each 0 Reply Post Cards, each . . .. 0 - Registration Fee * " ° Acknowledgement of delivery ot a registered article . . . . 0 -Packets.-' Coctir^rcial Papers not ex ccediag ® ^ Exceeding zoz. but , Cfee'dlflg 4or .. .. 0 31 Exceeaiii^j'o4.;4aM(5 krQt^ ei-/ * 1 ceedint«6W?^v. ..' .. ..'W* Exceeding £9o^. .-but not ceeding'^Qz. "J.' x o 4$ Exceeding So^r^iSt»rvgfex ceedinp IOOZ o 5 Every additional 202. or un der up to 51b 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, tor every 20Z. or under up to $lb v "> Patterns and Pennies must . be bona fide siuupie. -nher wise will have to be sent parcel post or letter rate, for every i'oz. or under, up to lib o 1 The maximum limit of weight to the United Kingdom is 1602., and fo' foreign countries 120.'-. -N e\v spap er s. Each newspaper 40Z. or under 0 < *Each additional 2oz. or frac tion thereof (see footnote') o 0} .Newspapers sent by P. and O steamers, w...

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THE CAMPASPE WEIR. (To the Editor of the [?] Guardran.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

THE CAIviPASPE wfeiRr;' ^ . - I yrlJ bn ..(?T.O the .Editor of. the '4ldjjneto a' J. < " jGuardran.") *' ' l" ' Sir.-riV<t>«rn excellent .provo-sitio.i re the improvement: pf ttyd-Kitvdtion at the proposed- weir is -ceayhtip^prtmic. Two or tlixee members-uFJtt!ffi|vW!ling Club have voluntarily' profterehyto give a Saturday afternoon to tliH ?work.???so perhaps some would volun teer for Wednesday next, thus mak ing two afternoons and also giving those an opportunity to /assist who would .otherwise "be debarred. .Per haps ' several of those' "interested in boating and swimming "could also be induced to devote either afternoon to this work. If a working, bee is form ed I feel confident the Angling Glub will cancel their competitions for the two atter'noons. -Ycmrs, etc.- - :1 ISAAC BENSON, Hon. Sec.'"K.A.C. Visit of Ladies' College of Health Representative.--;Mrs. M. P. Stewart, of the head office staff of the Ladies' Col'.crre of Health. *46 Elizabeth street M...

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

TELEGRAMS. Ordinary office horrs, Q i.-.n^ ;to*^ p.m. (Sundays excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free oi}f mile from office. Where n^ messen gers are employed, telegrams remain at the office until called for -Victoria. Within radius of 15 miles from 4 any telegraph : -office.- 16 words, including address an^ .; signature .. .. .. .. .. o ?? Within the State, but outside " , the 15 mile radius, 16 words : ' including address and signa ture .. ...... ...... ..o, Every additional word, extra o . -Interstate. i6 words, including address and signature".. ,v r . -New Zealand.- \ Minimum - charge of 4id. a , wore Address and signature chareed,; for a? part of message. \ -United Kingdom.- > A. uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia. ; Each word 1 id. The address and signature count as part of message ' STAMP DUTIES. < Receipts-£2 and over, id.. Bills-£25 and under, 6d.; £50, 1/; £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/, and so on, being 1/ for ever...

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MIA MIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

MIA IvIIA. - - "Entertainment.-An entertainment was held in "the local hall on Wednes day evening in aid of the funds of the 'Presbyterian Church- Mr. J. G. Mc Nicoll, a Dublic entertainer from Mel bourne. was engaged. He certainly proved to be. as the programme sta ted, a versatile artist. The whole pro gramme was carried out by the one man. The. various-items were well re ceived and appeared to give full satis faction to a large" audience represen tative of all parts of - the district. Sketchy reminiscences. humorous song-S.', monologue and story,, stories without words, ventrilociuism. magic, and nijrth made up a fult and varied prbgratnme. Accompaniments to the stings were pla9e|^v;;iiiss H. Flem ing.; ''At the or ,the pro gramme supp<*Qj&$ £t^vi<led for all Comers. - y n ,, r .. . . \

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from 6d. to 20/, may be obtained at all Post Offices, and are payable at all Post Offices from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Poundage, under 1/6, 2d.; unedr 4/6, id.' under 5/, iid.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values of the Notes have been so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one,pound may be remitted by not more than two of these, notes. Should it be desired to transmit broken sums of pence un obliterated stamps, not exceeding in value 5d., may be affixed to the face of the Note, and the amount of the Note and stamps will be paid. Victorian postal notes are now pay able in New South Wales. South Aus tralia, Tasmania, Queensland, and Western Australia, and vice versa. Should the spaces in a Postal Nott -for-name of payee and paying office not be filled up, the Note wil be pay able to any post-office in the colony When it is desired to make it pay able to anyone, then the name of the person and of the Money Order Office at which it is payab...

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THE WEIR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

THE WEIR PICTURES. - ? ? ?' -1 - 1 1 The exhibition of moving pictures held in the public gardens on Thurs day night "under the auspices of the Kvnctpn Progress Association-was in terfered with to some extent by the rain, which fell at intervals during the evening. Notwithstanding this there, was a fair gathering of the towns-, people present, and'the entertainment resulted in a profit of between £6 and £7, the gross receipts' being- a little over £ ii; The arrangements for'the carrying but of the entertainment were conducted in a skilful and eco nomical manner by Mr. F. Armstrong-, lion, secretary, assisted by Messrs G. J. Wells ^president). Skidmore, J. D. Jones. West. Watkinson. Benson. Litchfield and V. Dugsjan. . During an interval, Mr. Wells said that the survey of the .river to a site above the Mollison street, bridge had now been completed, and that a plan would shortly be readv. The matter would, then be placed before the Shire Council with a view to the Govern ment being a...

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