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The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, MAR. 14, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

KYNETON, SATURDAY, MAR. H, 1914 Back. Page.-Varied reading matter will be found on page four of this is sue, including Kilmore. Hospital Pro blem, Exnlorers Crave Sugac, Linuor De\il in France, Grandmaster-Eloct!s Cateer. -The Mosquitoes and the Crof codilc. etc., etc. ' "" Well Done.-Much is being done in Kyncton and district by the public spirited and concerted action of resi-; dents in the vicinity of our local beauty spots in beautifying them by holding working bees "at which im provements are effected by the volun tary. labor. Turpin's Falls has been greatly improved in this way, and fur ther improvements in the immediate future are promised by the East Met calfe Progress Association; Trcntharri; \yith .its. energetic Progress: Associa-i tion, has also doiie much to improve the picnicing facilities at their beauti fu Ifalls,.and.more is promised;in the near future. The widening."and deep ening of the basin is a work at Tren tha.m Falls that:should be first to absorb the attenti...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. Kyneton v. Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. Kyneton v.. Farmers.; Kyneton play Farmers on Barkly Square, tordajv commencing at 2.30. Farmers' team will be .chosen from: Thomson (2)',, Knight (2),' McCann; (2)/ Head- (2) j.- .Gatanij./Morris, " Mcv Tier," McCarthy, 'Hill, Rasmussen, Downe, -Rowan. Kyneton from: Younar. Sutherland^ Stredwick (2), P-lunkett, Grant, Simpson, Blair.-Bren nan, Musgr'ove, Spain, Hurry Hort'on. .Thomson, Chapman, H. Wells. Illness of Mr. T. Garroil.-M r T h os. Carroll, the popular secretary to the Kyneton Hospital Committee, was un-~ able to attend the meeting .-of that, bodj' yesterday; afterorion owing, to a sudden and somewhat serious1 illness, which attacked him on Thursday night. The president and other mem bers of committee expressed regret.at Mr. Carroll's illness; and expressed hopes for his speedy recovery.- In the absence of the secretary the* minutes of the meeting were taken bjr Mr. Hoyle, ' " Mr. Wragge's Predictions.-When .lecturing in the Town Hall, Ararat, so...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College { CONVENT - OF MERCY, . « V V KYNETON. ...PUPILS SUCCESSES in W2. . In February two completed Junior ^ ^ In' 'December four passed Junior ? Public;; t\yo obtained_groups. r total'of 58'passes"was 'obtained. ! with iq distinctions. On^rpassed Se .*iiiior Public , t"\vo matriculated 'Pupils, arc received; for Pianoforte. SingnVfi/Vi'blfni^fan'Sdli^iei'ilAariiiqny^ ? -Sliorthand. Tvoewritiiifr-. liookkeeping; ~ - Drawing,,Painting: and Physical"Cul ture. f.,-;' -'FIRST TERM..FEBRUARY i>: Terms on Application to THE.''<MOTH ER - SUPERI OR. ' ' . CHANGE" IN BUSINESS FIRM. ! - - .MESSRS. GEO., THOS.." and JAS. : W1LLTS beg' to intimate 'to the Pub lic of lOneton and District that .they have TAKEN OVER THE BUSI - >'sNESS of i the 1 Father, Mr. G.' \Y. WILLIS. Sen., and (request the . con tinuance of the loval support accord father" during the last 15 j-ears. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, sen....MAY. BE PAID at the MILL to the" ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

Successfully Treated with Cuticura Soap And Cuticura Ointment. Directions: Make a parting and rub gently with; Cuticura Ointment. Continue until; whole scalp has been gone over.' Next morning shampoo with Cuti-: cura Soap. Shampoos aloneVniayf be used as often as agreeable,- but: once or twice a month is generally* sufficient for women's hair. & Cutictiii Soap tni! Ointcifnt sold rverytrlifro. UbCTal Si'tnpl? of cacli. vritli a'.'-pase hook.iMiU poat £ree. Ac-Jrcas It. Towns Co.,Sydney, :n. S. >V. ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRI TATION. Ever have any irritation of the skin? There arc many forms of it-Piles, obstinate to cure; Eczema, just as bat!, and just as hard to cure But Doan's .Ointment does it. Cures . every irri tating skin trouble.. ;No, irritation of 'the skin can resist it's -healiiTg, sooth infT: influence. Everyl''r»aclor'of this articlev;;-suffers, .ojci bas -a,^.sotpe. time suffcrec]," 'with to/^ipiiting skuCircita : ti oh; ...?? an dr i t v m ajSar^tdr hc/af?im'}r*tl...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET. A SIMPLE MEAXS OF PREVFA' , TING,FOOD FERMENTATION ' ' ? s i - : . ? Food fe; "mentation :is the" cause :Wi all the discomfort and pain dyspep tics suffer. It does not ncccssarily follow, however, that in order to ob relief they must deny themselves the enjoyment they derive from eating so-called indigestible luxuries. The most satisfactory method of over coming tht difficulty would be to pre vent the fermentation from occurring at all, and-lliis can be done by a very simple means. It must first be ex plained that most of the foods we eat contain a certain quantity of acid forming- elements, and indigestible foods, of course, contain "a larger pro portion. When these foods are eaten, the acid collects, irritates the walls of the stomach, and causcs the food to ferment while it is digesting. This fermenting- food also gives off gas which distends the stomach, causing that ..full, uncomfortable feeling so often 'iioticed after eating. The root of the trouble ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KLMORE HOSPITAL PROBLEM [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

I K^MORE HOSPITAL PROBLEM At^he meeting of the Kilmore Hos pital loard o? Management on Wed nesday, Mr. Colin McNab handed in a check l\r £400/^/5. being the first in stalment of a legacy under the will of the late '.Leslie Gordon Duncan. De ceased \vas.a patient in the hospital in 1007, and ded in the institution, leav ing the whoe of his property to it in appreciation if the treatment he re ceived. The jropcrty was in Scot land, and Messis. McXab and McNab, under instruction from the executor, Mr. John McBu-ney, of Kilmore, managed the affai;s on behalf of the hospital. There is; a further sum of £200 as mortgage Qi land in Ireland, but this amount will iot be obtainable for a few years, as tie land is to be disposed of under the Vish Land Pur chase Act. but. the amomt is bearing interest In addition to these amounts there is a further sum of v'£ 1000 which the hospital is entitled to,\jmt the au thorities have >been asked by the agents not to.claim the .whol» amount, if any cl...

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THE MOSOUITOES AND THE CROCODILE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 14 March 1914

THE MOSOUITOES AND THE CROCODILE. An old sailor entertained the pas sengers in an underground train be tween Blackfriars and Hammersmith the. other night by "spinning a yarn" for the benefit of a little boy who hap pened to be sitting near him (writes the "Daily Mail").. He was dressed^ in a blue jersey and reefer coat and bell-bottomed trousers. An odorifer ous pipe and a twinkling C3*e com pleted the picture of an old "shell back." 2\:oticing that the child had a story book under his arm. the old sailor be gan to talk of the adventures which' had befallen him in the years he had been at sea. Mosquitoes That Ate the Sails. "I reckerlect." he began. "a strange thing that 'appened off the coast of Africa, night ou 20 years ago. I wos in a barque bound for the Cape, and we wos in the 'doldrums.' We 'ad been almost two days.whistling for a breeze o' wind when we saw a sorter cloud c.omin' across from the east'ard. It came nearer an' nearer till \vc could see it wos a/uge cloud of mosqu...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SYDNEY. MORLEY TOHNSON'S. WAREHOUSE BURNED." [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN SYDNEY.. , . MORLEY TOHNSON'S. WARE HOUSE BURNED." A fire brok'e out in a large three storey furniture warehouse, the pro perty" of Morlej- Johnson, in (George street. Sydney, on Thursday night. The fire was confined to the front por tion of the middle fiat, but consider able damage was done by water. It is estimated that - the damage will amount to between £4000 and £5000. Three members of the Metropolitan Fire Brigade - Deputy Chief-officer lackson. District Officer Grimmond, and Fireman Rooney-had a sensa tional experience while fighting the fire. They were crawling through dense smoke towards the seat of the fire, when Grimmond came into con tact with a "live" 'electric power cable, which had been loosened from its sup ports, and had its insulating cover burnt off. Grimmond received a vio lent shock, and was stretched pros trate. Dcputy-chief Jackson directly p.r.erwsrds touched the same wire and r.lso received a shock which teniporar i'.y disabled him. Roone...

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TRENTHAM. Another Well Known Identity Pcsses. [?] and 3 0'clock on [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

, Known Identity Pcsses. Another , 0'clock on Satur Anotn^ ?;-;-and 3 o'clock on Satur Bi:^ernoon one 01 tins district s Jay 11 liar figures, m Mr. James 0; S- for a fortnight had been o.i '?teii"'cinki:ig away, chiefly owing: jvi-aduaiiJ. - years. He was a well, to lns a<^ ,* respected identity kfrrcntham sTnce the earlydays, and 0' . - rvived bv his wife,\two daugh-; ilC is ^ Gamble. of-'Trentham, ters y1 ~r -Holland, of -Malvern),: ?.nii (Mr. William Brcar.'of 3nd 0I1C. . SAV*.)- Deceased was of Bradford. Yorkshire, <Eng-. a nf .,nd his history with Australia 1 b-ck 6i vears. For. many years !!2!^d been engaged in farming pur-; il£- iTor,- but latterly has lived a re £-j:tj lift' He was one of the district's t r," ."c oioncers. and a general ??feel-'; ?nC'nV'rc^ret is felt at his passing, °uneral took place to the Tren V nn Monday and was largely at T(-e coffin-bcarers were Kr« Win. Brear (son), S. M, Hol j "V son-in-law), \\. Mansfield 53",c,v and C. A. Ham...

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OWNER OF WALLALO. HEADS WINNING LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

OWNER OF WALLALO. HEADS Vv'IXXTXG LIST, f/; "Darcy" Eccles. thanks to \ 'writes "Austral". in the Ave Times"), headed the list o: owners at the Y.R.C. autumn rje Wallslo won him £3937. r.nn. s was reported to have collected twe-.vn £10.000 and £*5.000 in v.t over the two successes of the c ritit. he -hi'sstoccasion to fcfttemtie. month. Eccles has come to tne 1 as an owner with suddcnncs. 2 jttnoed from a bookmakers' :. to the ownership of an Austrjt i winner. Not so long ago he s to pick up a small race with R ;; Now lie can afford to pass a 1 Piate and a Champion Stab* hope of winning something f»; later or.. A steady, unassuming, kve- -s youne; fellow. Eccles takes ".? cess quietly. He celebrated vN all. victory in the Australian Cur> ' Hector Gray, the rider, over a cu tea and a piece of cuke at a c::y room. The 'following day he pais a lot of chamoagne. but uravA- " himself. Gray's orlicial fee for r: Wallalo was £195. Ecclcs in it to £icoo. Wallalo. like his ow v. sc promin...

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BARFOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

BARFOLD. A.W.N.L.-A wen-attended : of the local branch A. W.N.I;" place .in the Bariobl Hall on the'l inst.,when Mrs. Brennan, one oh vice-presidents, in the unavoi abserice pi Loncrgan, . dent, "presided. 'This'branch is i. ily increasing its membership. ^1 effort is being made to still add to the roll of members:-:;! ... ing papers were read- by 'Mrs. $ Metcalf and Miss Brennan. Qs' motion of .Mrs. W. Perry, by Mrs. L. Adams, it was decide? subscribe, in the name of the. bit to the fund -:o commemorate the:"' and maul" action of VUiie the Coor ^ lc hero of the bush.') ter t'v «. : the Xstionjl i the ma aaituv afternoon tea, pro?;-'! by tne mernners, was enjoyed* "* Farming Xev.-s.-Fanners district are already at work _ many being fortunate enough ground that is not too hard for - in#. Last year's crops : were, as a rn'e. exceptionally but the results of threshing that a laryre amount was lo«: «. field, generally set down as the:, of a severe frost in November, are complaining or t...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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THE WEARIN' O' THE GR[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

THE WEARIN' Q; thI GSkI "'It. ; The fyature^ of^Dean-^-aj^ come 'battf- iy v Melbourne w"./1 story he told of -the prosps^' rural Ireland. A poet in the Homestead' attributes that ptr... ity to co-operation. He- write^ "Oh, Paddy dear, the times ;-e the slag is coming- round The shamrock now heside th" . can arrow on Irish grotmj St. Patrick's Day each man cai his colors fearless seen They don't bany xnen and v;omtc. for. wearing o'_ the green. : For wearin' o the rrreen, 'u0.. wearin' o' the green, They can't hang men. and v;otnin-. lor wearin' o' the green. """ "I . went to a naybor's. cottar . there was sport and inn,0" And, they, drank -co-o!>ers\iT, when their day's work w^Y They'd coal and turf the P0t to with meat, both fat and The workers cannot ^now be sta^ be their color red or green.-' For the wearin' o' the ?reen. mj, wearin' o' the fcreeii; Co-operation can't he killed bv lord of crotubean."

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ROMANCE OF NURSERY RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

ROMANCE OF NURSERY RHYMES. In a quaint apocal to children which appeared in the "Daily Telegraph the Rev. H. J. Davis, vicar of Yealmp ton, Devon, made an interesting re ference to the origin of the nursery rhyme "Old Mother Hubbard." Ac cording to the vicar, the famous character was housekeeper to the Squire ol Yealinpton over 100 years ago, and the rhyme about her and her dog was written b37 Sarah Catherine Martin. The origin of many of our' nursery rhymes is- very interesting. "The House That Jack Built," the "Observ er"^states, ^vas an adaptation of a chaldee hymn symbolising events in the history of the Hebrew nation. "Jack Sprat" was no less an exalted personage than Archdeacon Sprat, whose name appeared in the original version. > , A romantic . history attaches to "Little Jack Horner," who was stew ard to the Abbot, of Glastonbury. The latter wished to appease King .Henry who was indignant bccause the monks had built a kitchen which he could not burn down. The abbot ac cor...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

UNITED KINGDOM RATES -Letters, pot every 50Z. or under .. . . 0 * Post Carck, each . ® " Reply Post Cards, each . 3 Registration Fee . 0 ^ Acknowledgement of del"»VCI*y , oi" a registered articlc . . . . 0 -Packets. '^mTuerci?, Papers not ex ""Oqini '--,7 ... ' Exceeding 40Z. and rot ex ceeding 6oz o 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz .. 0 4! Exceeding Soz. but not ex ceeding iooz .. 0 .? '?-very additional 2oz. or un der up to sib 0 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to sib. . o ' Patterns and Samples must . - be bona fide sample,, other-:. . . ! .. wise will have to. be sent parcel post, or letter rate, for iverv 3oz. or under, up to . lib. .;; . ...... .. .. O S The rnaximum limit of weight fo. the United Kingdom isi6oz.y and for foreign .^countries 120.2, 1 -Newspapers. Each newspaper 40Z. or under, 0 y/. *Each additional 2oz. or frac- , tion thereof (see footnote) 0 of *Newspapers sent by P. and *> creamers, wholly by sea, id. for every ...

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BOMB EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

BOMB EXPLOSION. ????Yesterday-- morning . as Mr. Lee. Closer Settlement Commissioner, was opening a paper packet addressed in two or three nlaccs .to M. F. Lee, Crown- Lands Offices. Melbourne, an explosion occurred. The oarcel con tained ail infernal machine, which ??wounded- the three men in the room, -namely,- Mr. Frederick Lee. Closer Settlement Commissioner; :Mr. Thos. Hastie, Closer Settlement Commis sioner;-, Mf. Reginald Gordon Jones, junior attendant. Drs. Eileen Kitzgcrald and Janet Grieg were in the building, and were ciuickly in attendance, Mr." Lee stif fered fronv abraisons 6n the right hip, pellets and^shock; :Mr Hastie., cut over ricrht 'eyes three-quarters : of an inch long and half, an inch;deepr and shock.; Mr Jones, scratches and cut tip. The three men's "escape from death was most providential. .???;. The. infernal ma chine bore theSydney postmark and Saturday's date. The, greatest of sympathy is felt for .the victims -and the °rcatcst of hoi!foj*!!at, th;e Idee...

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MR. LAUDER'S 40,000 MILE TOUR. COMEDIANS DEPARTURE FROM LIVERPOOL. TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. NEWZEALAND AND CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

MR. LAUDER'S 40,000 MILE ? . TOUR.. COMEDIANS-'DEPARTURE ? v FROM LIVERPOOL. ' TO VISIT AUSTRALIA. 'NEW ZEALAND AND CANADA. Mr. Harry Lauder, the--famous Scottish comedian, caused - quite, a sensation in Liverpool on Saturday, December 27, before leaving on board the Cunard liner Carmania for-Amc rica. ^ When he , left - the London and North-Western Hotel, where he stay ed overnight;, quite a triumphal-p'roV cession was formed and * passed throuirh the principal streets. Mr. and Mrs. Lauder were seated in . a motor car. preceding which were six kilted pipers, members of the Liver pool Scottish, who played rousing Highland -music, to the strains of which the procession marched to the landing stage. An immejisc crowd gathered and the traffic tor a time, was complete'-- held up in Dale street, the comedian being loudly checred??all alon-- the route. Mr. Lauder said: "T am sorry that I canna wait to bring in. the ' New Year at home,"', and he expressed his intention of spending Hogmanay...

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TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

rELEGRAMS Ordinary'office hours,' q p.m. (Sundays excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, .free one mile from office. Where n^) messen grers are employed, telegrams remain .U; rhe office until called for ? -Victoria .. :,--V*tbin radius of 15 miles iron; mv telegraph office. 16 '?vords.'including address .>i£?natiire : . . V'thin the State, but oulsui- ; ?>,. rhe 15. mile radius. r6 word.1 mcludint? address and sicrns rure . . . 'P vprv additional word, extra 0 -Interstate..-" 16 words, including address , . and signature,. . .. .. 0 " . . -New Zealand.- " .Minimum charge of 4^d. a wore Address and signature charcred fo? rt oart of message. ?? -United Kingdom. A uniform rate of 3/ per word . .. -New Caledonia. Each word tid The address? &n« .signature count ;is part of message STAMP DUTIES Receipts- £2 arid over, ad. Bills- £25 and under, 6d;; £50, 1/, £75, 1/6; £100, 2/; £150, 3/', and so on, being 1/ for every £50 or fraction of same.

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MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. "THE COLLEEN BAWN" TO-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

MAURICE GERALD DRAMATIC COMPANY. "THE COLLEEN- BAW V TO-NIGHT. This popular company is advertised to aopea'r in the Mechanics' Hall this svenmj. x^hen they will stage the .-Heautitul. Irish Drama ''The Colleen' Bawn." Several Irish national son a s will lye sung, inclitclm^ "The Wearing o' -he Green" and "Killarncy." In 'tlr^-'above drama Mr, Maurice Gerald HiafePelicitedj Avorld-Avide fame, as in-. 'Ilce3 -lie has irt all his stage 'perform-; ances:" .^iss Rlio'des,: as leading: lady, has also'- become rciVowncd through out the Commomvealth. It may be taken for grainted'that the rest of 'the company\yill; play '.veil up to the principals;; and as the play will be o> a truly Irish character it should, har monise \vell with th e celebration of St. Patrick's:*Day and insure a good house.

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HAIL TO THE CONQUERED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

HAIL TO THE CONQUERED. "During the decade I spent wander ing, to and fro on the face of tropical Australia I saw the old order slowly changing," writes Bishop Frodsham in the "Cornhill." "It has not yet quite, gone, but one by one the old hands are 'crossing the divide,' to use their own metaphor, with its faint aroma of the gum trees in the moun tain ranges that once separated the colonists from their land of pastoral promise. The successful men die in their Southern homes-for, as a rule, '.these leave the North to build them selves mansions near Melbourne or .homes by one of (lie land-locked in lets of Sydney Cove. Their Last Journey. The unsuccessful ones do as they have often done before. They start out alone on their iast journey. The busy world wlio -follow in their footsteps quickly forget the men who found and blazed the track. When thejr read in the papers that such and such an 'early pioneer* died at the local hos pital ,or was found dead in his soli tary camp they remembe...

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POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 17 March 1914

POSTAL NOTES. . Postal Notes, from 6d to 20/, may be obtained at all Post Offices, and arc payable at all Post Offices from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. . Poundage, undei 1/6, id:; unedr 4/6. id. undeV 5/ t id.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values of the Notes have beei 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. i!>jShjD!|Ud.thc spaces in a Postal Note, .itorfnanie "of payee and paying-office"' riot 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...

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