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TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS. Telegraph Money Orders are is sued and paid at all Money Order Offices. Money can be remitted by telegraph to any Money Order Office (which is also a telegraph office) in Victoria upon payment of the charge for a message of 16 words, or to the neighbouring colonies upon payment of the charge for a telegram of 16 words, in addition to the usual rate of commission.
LET PRIMARY PRODUCERS COMBINE. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
LET PRIMARY PRODUCERS COMBINE. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") Sir. - x our correspondent Pro ducer'" asserts that the primary pro ducers should combine to resist the socialists. Not only so, but all who believe in individualism and liberty should combine and take definite mea sures to that end. But "Producer" must realise that the strikes and the domination fostered by the loud voiced agitators are merelj* the indi cation of widespread industrial un rest, due to the realisation of wrong social conditions. "Producer" says that half of our laboring population is satisfied with conditions and wages. That is not so, and there is no reason why they should be satisfied. A big factor in business at present is the un earned increment, which, as its name implies, is a method of giving to one man the earnings of other men. One man bought land in Melbourne eighty" years ago, from which he, or his de scendants, now draw £50.000 unearn ed increment. This increment, which is due to th...
Mails Received at Post-office. Kyneton. From [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
Mails Received at Post-offict. Kyneton. From Melbourne, at 9.40 a.m.,' 3.10 p.m.. and 9 p.m.; also at 6.30 a.m. Down T.P.O., 940 a.m., 3 p.m., 9 p.m. Trentham, at 9.40 a.m. Woodend, at 9 p.m., included ..in down T.P.O. at 9.40 and 3 p.m. Ber.digo, at 8.30 a.m., 2.10 p.m., and 0 p.m. Up T.P.O., at 2.10 p.m., and 9 p.m. . . , Metcalfe, at 8.30 a.m. ! - Edgecombe, Lanp-les"-, and Sidonia, at 3.30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Springhill and Upper Coliban, at 3.30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday,, and Friday. Piper's Creek and Pastoria East, at 4.30 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday and Sa turday. ; Lauriston, daily at 12.30 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. West Kyneton, daily at 5.30 p.m. Barfold, Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green hill, East Metcalfe and Redesdale Junction, daily at 7.24 a.m. R. E. TILT, Postmaster.
POST-OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-office, Kyneton, For [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
'^OFFICE TIME-TABLE. Mails Close at Post-otace, Kyneton, Melbourne, at 7.10 a.m., 1.30 p.m., 8 p.m. : Bendigo, 2.35 P-m. and 8 P-m. Up T.P.O., at 1.30 p.m. and 8 p.m. YVoodend, at 7.10 a.m. and 1.30 p.m. Garisruhe R.S., at 7.J0 a.m. Tyldeii, Trentham and Fernhill, at 7.55 a-"3 Down T.P.O., 9. a.m. and 2.35 and 8 p.m. Metcalfe, at 8.55 a.m.,daily. C-lenlyon, at 8.55 a.m. daily. 1 Malmsbury, at 8.55 a.m. daily. . Edgecombe, Langley and Sidonia, at :o a.m., on Monday, Wednesday,' and Friday. Spring Hill and Upper Coliban, at 70 a.ra. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Piper's Creek and Pastoria E.ist, at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. " T Lauriston, dailyi kt id ,i.m jund 3.^; p.m. West Kyneton, daily at 10 a.m. ' Barfoid, Redesdale, Mia Mia, Green iiili, East Metcalfe and Redesdale Junction. Daily at 3.55 p.m.
INTERCOLONIAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
I INTERCOLONIAL . RATES. To New South Wales, New Zealand. South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia, Fiji, British New Guinea and New Hebrides; -Letters. For every Joz. or-under .... o i Post Cards-Stamp or Card .. o i Letter Cards 0 1 Reply Post Cards-each .. .. o 2 Registration Fee .. .. .. 0 3 Acknowledgement of delivery registered article ° 2* -Packets. Commercial Papers and Print ed Papers, maximum weight 4lb., maximum dimensions, 2ft. in length, ift. wide or 'ess, 2oz. or under 0 1 Patterns and Samples, Pack ets ^ or Merchandise, etc., maximum weight lib., di mensions not t® exceed 2ft. x lit., 2oz. or under .. - . o i -Newspapers. ? Each, every iooz. or und . . o ol ®ulk Parcels or newspapers Posted by a registered news Paper publisher or newsven dor, 2ooz. or fraction there of O 2 -Parcels. each Parcel of lib. or under o 8 Each additional lib. or un der up to i ilb o o -Queensland. The same as to other colonies for postal matter except Newspapers, 'd- lor every ioz., and ...
POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. -Letters.- : s. d. For every ioz., or fraction thereof .. .. .. .. *. .. *. 0 1 Urgent Letter-For each let ter (in additon to ordinary postage) . . . 0 4 Post Cards 0 1 Reply Post Cards 0 2 Letter Cards . P 1 Registration Fee .. .. . . v.°- -3 ^cVTio'vy'ledgernent-"of'"delivery^ of registered article ;-o> 24 -Packets.- ?' Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight 5lb., maximum dimensions 2ft. in length by ift. in width or depth, 2oz. or under .. .. o i Wholly Printed Matter, ex cept address, which may be in writing on exterior or cover of packet-For every 202. or under, up to 5lb. .. o ol Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum lib., not to exceed 2ft. x ift., 2oz. cr under o -Newspapers. For each newspaper iooz. or under >*. ob Within the Commonwealth ? and Papua, 40Z. or part of. 4oz .. , o . oj Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth .. o ol Published within the Com monwealth, 8oz o...
BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
BENDIGO STOCK MARKET. 1 March 24.-Cattle: Prices for cattle took a very considerable rise at to day's sale, and the price per hundred for prime beef reached the ; highest figure that has obtained . for -some considerable time past. The .yarding ?was a .very small- one,-:only-S/S.-being penned. The quality on the whole was very indifferent, prime bullocks and good cows being only.: represent ed by odd peijs distributed through the " market, the bulk, of the supply ranging about useful and middling sorts, with a fair,, number of nonde-: scripts. There was a good attendance of local and the usual outside butch ers. besides whom two Melbourne buyers were operating to a small ex tent. On account of the represerita 1 tion 01 good beef being much below ! requirements, there was brisk compe I tion right from the opening sales, 1 especially. for any pens of prime bul | locks and'clean cows, and' these made ! prices 20/ in advance -of last rates, and even more in the case of the best pens. Th...
SENSATIONAL BENDIGO FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
SENSATIONAL BENDIGO ' ?«*£> j Mr. .Rnsewarne, of Inglcwood .rpad, ISendigo, a sufferer from miners''com plaint, who for 22 years was a mem ber. of the ,Long Gully Fire Brigade,, decidcd; in spite of his poor health, to attend the banquet given at Long Gully on Monday night by Cr. Dun stan in recognition of Long Gully Fire Brigade's success at the recent Ben digo demonstration. " Mr. and Mrs. Rosewarne .were about to leave the house, when Mr. Rosewarne remem bered he had five fire brigade medals in one of the front rooms, and thought Jje would wear them. Taking a lamp from the table in the. kitchen. Mr. Rosewarne walked along the passage, but had scarcely readied the room when, through sudden weakness, he fell, and in falling he must have swooned. The lamp smashed in many pieces, and in a twinkling the passage was ablaze. Fortunately the fall of Mr. Rosewarne jerked the lamp for ward, and the" fire started a foot or tv/o in-front of his head, as he lay on the floor insensible to h...
The Flower Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
The Flower Garden. In order to ensure a display of autumn roses, it is necessary to keep the plants well supplied with water at the roots, as the soil is still very dry, and only a heavy fall of vain will soak the ground sufficiently to benefit them. An occasional spraying over the foli age will also he necessary to cleanse the plants from insect pests and dust which accumulates during dry weath er.' Dahlias should also be subjected to the same treatment to hasten the autumn flowering". Those who find a difficulty in raising verbenas from ! seed should try them now. Sow the seed in a box of sandy soil.'in drills 'a quarter Gf an inch'deep, and keep in a shady placc. If kept moist the plants will appear in a fe,w days and will grow quickly into plants fit lo transplant. They 'shouldthen be planted in a well-drained situation to stand the winter, and they will flower well in early spring.! Stocks for spring blooming may be treated in the same way. Good kinds to sow for this pur pose a...
THE OWNER OF WALLALO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
THE OWNER OF WALLALO. "Darcy" Eccles has shown the town boys many, tricks since he came down from Kyneton (it's a good many years ago now)-but his Wallalo coup was, of course, the biggest lift of all. Ec cles' has always been a steady, quiet, hard-thinking, brainy fellow, and Good Fortune has helped him over the stile. He puts his whole deter mination int6 anything he does. When little George Gray first showed the possibilities of the red. ball loser- at billiards, .Eccles. took it on and prac tised resolutely. In a few months he was stringing together his breaks of hundreds, and there was only Gray in front of him. But there was not sufficient money for the worry in volved in it, and after cleaning up several tournaments, Eccles put more time into the race game. Under four years ago lie was working for "Snowy" Dyson, an outside book maker. . When his health, was pro posed over the victory of. Wallalo, he was '.huying champagne, for some of the biggest people in the land In a measur...
WIDOW SUES COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
WIDOW SUES COMPANY. . After occupying' the^ attention of Judge Winnelcc and a jury of six in the Daylesford County Court 'for three full days., the case .in-which! Mary Vivian Thomas claimed ' £2000 damages for herself and six children from the Nuggetty Ajax Company, on account of the:death- of her husband in a blasting accident' in the shaft of the company's mine; was concluded on ?Friday. After a retirement of half an hour the jury found in favor of the de fendant. whom thej- considered had taken every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of the persons em polyed. They were of the opinion that the fatal explosion occurred through a portion of a charge of gel ignite remaining in an unexploded hole. Judge Winneke enquired if the jury had considered the question of non-observance of the provisions of the Act. and receiving a negative reply asked the jury to retire and do so. After a few minutes retirement the foreman announced that the jury foun for the defendants on both count...
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. FOREWARD MOVEMENT SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. FOREWARD MO V EM ENT SUGGESTED. . How to provide a succession of trained Sunday School teachers with which to staff our Sunday Schools is a problem that has never yet been squarely -faced by the l.iotestait churches in ICyneton. J. heir eneigici. have been mainly directed towards pto viding for each denomination up to date and suitable accommodation tor their Sunday scholars. The latter is decidedly of great importance, but ot much more importance is the cabbie of the teaching given to the children who occupy those Sunday Schools. A few children seated in kindergarten chairs in a cosy room, with a few vases of flowers, does not make, a "kindergarten" any more than a hand sonic series of class rooms makes n. Sundav School. They are only means to an end-excellent and commend able means, no doubt, but something more is needed if our Sunday Schools - are>to continue to do successfully the, work; they have undertaken. The dav of the haphazard teacher in the' day sch...
KYNETON COOKERY CENTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
KYNETON COOKERY CENTER. How fortunate our Kyneton girls :arc.tlnovy,a$livys compared with their sisters of a decade ago is illustrated and impressed upon one by a visit to the Kyneton cookery center, where the "younger set" arc being taught domestic science and cookery upon up to date and modern lines, and* in such a' manner that the work will be no longer drudgery, but science. . A dining- room, and- kitchcn com bined arc . provided at the High, School, the room being >apportioned most carefully.to economise space and :;yet^ensureicomfort , and* convenience 'tocthe^iworkers.- ; Under the large' vviii dows facing. Piper street three tables, ;each ^accommodating-, eight; are: pro-, vided and sset out by-the pupils Ihem-1 selves with snowy white napery, well ke'pt' sijver : and .crystal ware, cutlery; etc., and a central vase of flowers. -Parallel, to ? these tables 'are a,: dozen lockers,.-:constructed /of >v.;kauri, and cach fitted with a drawer and a cup board for the recepti...
KYNETON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1914. (Before Mr. Barlow, P.M.) DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
KYNETON COURT OF PETTY SESSIONS. . ..TUESDA^-4VrA^?^ 24, 191 . ?j, f M.* . . ? ?.&lt;ypr*y?-t' rvifryrft (Before Mr. Barlow, P.M.) ' . DRUNK AND DISORDERLY. - Peter 'Donnelly, a laborer hailing f'ronv 'Carls'rijhc. was charged with, being drunk and disorderly in: a public place."' 'He had been arrested by-(Eonr' stable Ruedi at u a.m. on Monday, when.he was sitting on the kerbstone in High street in a very drunken: con dition. A fine of 2/6, or three hours: was entered up. , 'J. ' - Ticks on Lambs. ^ v Dav id A. Blackleys-.wasvcharged -by'. Inspector ?...Buntin c';; r. n d er ? scction.. Jo. of the Sheep Dipping-VVct i l909. :-'with:. having 'on January 15 ;last-placed a numbcr- o f: 1 a m b 5 : o 11 vwhich ? ti cks,avere? found -ia the'Kyneton : sale;'yar&lt;ls.V:Mr.. J .; 'W:1C.- 'Freeman. .. instructccV bv--: the Grown - Law /Department, iprosecuted;; Mr; Frank Stevens .appeared :foir - the defence and pleaded guilty. J" Mr.' Freeman said that, the settion under ,...
FIRE IN A STABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
FIRE IN A STABLE. About 7.45 on Tuesday evening: the fire bell sounded an alarm, and'hun dreds of residents were soon hurrying in the direction of High street, in 'which a brieiit glare indicated that the fire was located. It was soon found ?that the outbreak had occurred in a stable at the rear of Mr. C.W. Mur ray's bakerjr establishment. The firemen, under1 Captam. W. Fowler, promptly responded to the call, and in a short time had a good stream of water pkiying Upon the burning building, with the result that only the roof -and. a quantity of hay in the loft were destroyed and a few boards- over the stalls scorched. It is fortunate that a north wind was not blowing at the time, and that the out break did not occur at a late hour, as in that event another buildin^ in which four horses were ^stabled at 'the op posite side of the right-of-way would almost certainly have been destroyed. As it was the boards oti the side of this building were slightly charred, and it was only saved by t...
HIGH SCHOOL PARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
HIGH SCHOOL PARS. Appointments.-Miss Myra Mertens and Master Alec. Douglas, who-re ceived junior teacher appointments to Williamstown and Keilor respective ly, fr;om the/Kyneton High School; will probably defer their appointments for anothcryear and continue . their studies at the Kyneton High School. Physical Culture. Lieut.; Elynn, physical;: - culture .expert, .viisted the Kyneton High_ School, on Monday and gave a demonstration iii'physical cul ture,with .a squad of senior boys. The whole school, drawn up in hollow square, .'looked "on/ Lieiit.'' Flynn is .hopeful that a physical 'culture class for male teachers >vill shortly be held in Kyneton. 1 ', Sporte.-^On Saturday, the Dayles ford High School will visit Kyneton High School and a match at cricket .will ? be played by the.boys and base ball rounders by thegirls. The Kyne ton girls will entertain the Dayles fo'rd girls, and the hoys entertain the boys. * - * ^Successful Student-Herbert Blair, son of Mr. W. T. ;Blair. of K...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
Trade Addresses. hath Charms. The LATEST'. and, BEST , Songs & Instrumental % Numbers. s- 1/ IT I 0* \ All at Sixpence. By Post 7cL 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. Send Your Order to ARMSTRONG Bp, KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR, STATIONERY AT ARMSTRONG BROS Tl^ey 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 Low. Resolve to Buy your DIARY for I9J3 at once. ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES for POC...
VII—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
VT1 -RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspaper?, are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addressees. 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 of 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. Re-directed letters, packets and newspapers which are re-posted latei 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 newspapers as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is t...
TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
TRENTHAM. Nasty Mishap.-Frank Scholes, a young man employed by Messrs. Walsh Bros., of the Railway Farm, Trentham, met with a liasty mishap on Monday evening last. He was en gaged carting straw and was driving three horses in a waggon. One of the animals did not appear to be going too well, and he got down from the load to attend to it. The horse sud denly lashed out and kicked him on the left leg. breaking the limb close to the ankle, the fracture being a com pound one. Dr. J. Anderson, of Tren tham, was quickly brought to the scene, and after lie had treate.d the young man for the unfortunate mis hap, the patient was taken on to the Kyneton Hospital. Visitor: What lovely dresses are worn by your family. Fond Mother: Yes; are they not charming? ! 1. Visitor: Where did y'ou b'uy'lhem? Fond Mother: Thev were all made from the Pauline Patterns, which are obtainable at Armstrong Bros', Kyne fon.
THE SENATE. LIBERAL CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
THE SENATE. LIBERAL CANDIDATES.: : Seventeen candidates have been nominated in connection with the bal lot'which members of the Liberal League are to hold next month for the purpose of selecting six ^candi dates for the Senate should a double dissolution be granted. The complete list is as follows: Senator. J. H. Mc Coll, Sir Henry "Weedon, Messrs. J. Hume Gook, S. Mauger. G. Gavan Duffy. Wm. H. Edgar. A. W. Glen cross. Thos. Martin, A. C. Morley, Wm. J. McLean, Norman O'Brien, J. T. Packer. F. Maldon Robb, A. J. J. St. . Ledger, W. A. Trenwith, William Wilson and R. N. Garrington. Most of the candidates are well known. Senator McColI has been in State and Federal politics, for,2S years and was second on the poll;'for . the Senate at the general- elections last year. Sir Henry Weedon lias been Lord Mayor of Melbourne, and was member for East Melbourne for some years. Mr. Hume. Cook was -member for Bourke in tlie~ earlier Parliaments of the -Commonwealth, and' Mr. Sam-, uel. Mauger h...