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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
Educational. Sscral Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MERCY, KYNETON. PUriLS SUCCESSES in 1912. In February two completed Junior Public. In December four passed Junior Public ; two obtained groups. A .total of 5S passes was- obtained, with 10-distinctions. One"passed Se nior Public ; two matriculated. . Pupils arc received'.for Pianoforte, ^Singing, - .Vioiin.v Mandoline; * Harmony,: . Shorthand: Tvnewriting,^Bookkeeping Drawing. Painting, and Ph)'sical Cul ture.- " J FIRST TERM, FEBRUARY 2. Terms on Application to . THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO., THOS.. and JAS. * WILLIS beg" to intimate to the Pub lic of Kvncton and District that the)' have TAKEN OVER THE BUSI . NESS of the Father, Mr. G. W. ; 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.vMAY BE PAID at the vM-ILL-.to'' flic . New Firm, who will, trade as r . WILLIS. BRO S. WILLIS BROS. Be...
IN THE KYNETON GARDENS. AN EARLY AUTUMN DAY. VAGRANT THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
. IN THE KYNETON GARDENS. AN EARLY AUTUMN DAY. VAGRANT THOUGHTS; Few places in the world . excel Kyneton in the beauty of its Indian summer days. There's a depth of rich ness in the blue of the sky. a softness and tenderness in the clouds, a crystal clearness and exhilarating tang in the air that strengthen the heart and in spire tlie mind with fresh courage, and that invest the early days of the dying year with majesty and pomp and beauty ethereal. Sunday was such a day-a typical Indian summer day of late. March. What place better-to enjoy the beauty of its afternoon than in the Gardens., A spirit of peace brooded everywhere; the air was full of silence, and: yet vocal with pride 'in - duty done*"and promise of future blessedness. A fit day and place for the death of a~ noble hero - one that rejoiced in noble achievements and looked. forward to a'morrow full of greatertasks and higher privileges. The wind of hope blew across the "early autumn garden -rhope . inspired and glorified ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
Wanted. WANTED.-Good WASHERWO MAN, Saturday morning. Kyncton House. LADY, young, wishes POSITION Bookkeeper or Cashier. Good refer ences. "K.E.," Woodend. -WANTED.-Smart Encrgetic LAD for Business, clerical work and gene ral. Good salary to commencc. Ap ply own handwriting "D.W.P.," this officc. WANTED. - Several Good TEN ANTS waiting for HOUSES to Lease Apply to W. H. BATTERS. Agent. Lost and Found. LOST.-Red and White HEIFER CA.LF. 7 months; not branded. R. HAYES, Piper street. LOST-Black SHEEP DOG (los ing hair ,off ,back); answers to name of "Lass.:'i Reward. C. S. BARROW & CO. . LOST, between Kyneton and Redesdalc.-Large LEATHER BAG, containing gent's wearing apparel. Reward returning immediately this office.'- "l'. For Sale or To Let. "FOR SALE. - Light SPRING DRAY, nearly new; £7/10/. Langlcy P.O. > TO LET--5-roomed COTTAGE in Piper street, Stabling and Outbuild ings. Apply Mrs. WHITTINGSLOW, Redesdalc Junction P.O. FOR SALE.-PHAETON,,in good order. Cheap. Apply Mr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
Opossums " S,teal Grain.-Rochester farmers, whose-wheat is stacked at the station have been at a loss to account for the damage done to bags of wheat left uncovered at night. On Saturday morning Mr. John Roy went to the stack at daylight to cover up some hags of wheat, and saw what he took to be cats scratching at the( wheat. As he approached, about a dozen opossums scampered away and took refuge in the trees. On examining the hags, lie found the animals had been feasting on the. grain, having first nibbled several holes in the bags. Farmers find that bags of wheat left intact on the waggons oti their farms the night before are similarly damaged in the morning by opossums. 1 A Contented Man. - "There was oncc a man who had a contented heart (says the "Atlantic Monthly"). No matter what happened to him he was satisfied with it. One day he was run over and both his feet were cut off: 'Oh. wel." said he. 'they always were cold, anyhow!" " Take No Other.-"For nine years I suffered with ...
The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, MAR. 26, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 26 March 1914
KYNETON, THURSDAY, TtfAR. 20, 19M \ The Back Page.-On the back page will be found seasonable Garden Notes dealings with sowing seeds of Icelandic poppies and other, favorite; flowers. Other matters of interest are i The Sunday School. In the Kyneton Gardens. Catholic Federation. Widow Sues Company. Tragedies at the Tick et Office, etc.. etc. -Physical . Training Lesson.-Lieut. W. H. F.ljrnn, physical training in structor to the instructional; staff of the. defencc ;forces...who is: at": present 'acting- in ; an;'official -"capacity. at -the military school of insmtction.in Kyne-; ton, gave a 'model lesson in nhysical training to the children at the Kyne ton State Sclio.oi on Tuesday-morn ing. Instruction was given, in arm. leg. chest, hip. and walking exercise.' heel-raising, knee-bending,, breathing, etc. In connection, with: the latter the instructor stated-that children who could not breathe through the nose should receive surgical. trcatmcnt for the removal of the obstruction wh...
LAURISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
LAURISTON. - ? - - -1 /> Recreation Ground.-Mr. ArgVle, has sccured a grant of £io towards improving the recreation frrounc!. The trustees of the reserve Will have to add £5 to the Govern ment grant. The trustees will-now be ;n a position to do some necessary improvements on the reserve. Weather.-A terrific storm passed over this neighborhood about J1 a.m. yesterday. There was con siderable thunder and very vivid and dangerous lightning. The rain came in torrents and in less than an hour much rain was registered. The downpour continued at 3 p.m. and there is "every indication of its contin uation.
ELPHINSTONE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
ELPHINSTONE. Death of Mrs. M. Doran.-Quite a gloom was cast over Elphinstone to day (Friday) when it became known that Mrs. O'Brien had received a wire, stating- that her mother, Mrs. M. Doran, licensee of the Commercial Hotel here, had died in a private hos pital m Melbourne at I o'clock this morning. The deceased lady, who has been in ill-health for some timfc, v.-ent to Melbourne on Monday last. Her husband, who was a large con tractor, and wiio was well known all over Victoria, pre-deceased her by several years. She leaves an adult family of five daughters and: four sons. The interment will take place in the family grave at the Melbourne Cemetery, where the remains of-de ceased's husband lie. The sons are j Messrs. William, Patrick, Thomas and James Doran. William is con nected with the Metropolitan Board of Works; Patrick resided with his mother at the Commercial Hotel; Thomas and James are in West Aus tralia and Queensland respectively. The daughters are Mrs. D. O'Brien, of El...
AN UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
AN UNPLEASANT EXPERI ENCE. - - . 11 - - An incident which was certainly re markable for the amount of excite ment it produced during- a short peri od on Thursday night, occurrcd in West Malmsbury. At about 9 p.m. a young lady's attention was directed to die speeding figure of a man who was running in bare feet and hatless head towards her. Becoming alarm ed. she re-entered the house and shut the door, which was almost immedi ately opened and the startling figure entered, and. with alarming rapidity, proceeded to divest the room of all movable articles, breaking many of them, and forming a strong barricale against the door, muttering aloud, "They're after me, they're after me. I must not let them get me." Nothing could control the man, and Mr. J. J. Laverv, at whose home the incident occurred, was forced, with the help of another, to get into close grips ?with the1 man. whom they held until Constable Connor had been summon ed. The excitement had brought to the scene fifty or more res...
MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
^^^"MALMSBURY. cnlp of Work.-The local branch of ". Presbyterian Women s Mission lncr TTnion" held their sale of work in room at the Town Hall on f! ,. cuDPer room at uc mwii nan on r^fhv afternoon and evening. There V- a large attendance and an excel 'i-ssortmcnt of useful .wares, most .V v-hich were sold, i he fancy stall '' conducted by Mesdames Irwin ',1 paterson. and the .^refreshment " in by Mesdames Crow,- McCreery -mi lories. A good trade was. done , both stalls, and, as :the -ladies had ;'rked hard and willingly; thfey. de cerved the success which attended their efforts. Two nanrdriving com nctitions for: ladies took place, the first being1 won by Miss Rayson, Mrs. i p lones being second. The sec^ oiicl competition was won by Mrs: Paterson. The nail-driving ..contest for men was" won..by Mr. T. Boddy. \ competition entitled "Pinning, the donkey'"' caused muck amusement,: and was won by Msss E. Jones, Mas 1 tcr S. Kelly being second. Crs. Irwin. ancl McCreery and. Miss Pater...
WORKING BEE AT THE V[?] (To the Editor of the "Ky[?] Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
.VGEKING BEE AT THE' (To the t-ciitor or the Guardian.") Sir,-As It reouires just c tcrnoon's work at the we; l>lete the job. another wo will be held this afternoon, nitr ar 2 o'clock sharp, and appeal to those w'i 1 can aiong- and assist, it - r.lij to employ a huniher of n: the morning to arrange t'.e the volunteers in the after I again respectfully r./per.i monetary assistance unvar their wages &lt;the smallest thankfully reee:vc«i'>. Kvsr contributed is weli s^ent. merits will acain i>c nroviiiec FRED. ARMSTRONG Hon. Sic. :vi$ P.S.-It i5 ciojircu -V will be assisting in thi ~terr J where possible, please bnag a
UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
UNITED KINGDOM RATES -Letters. i?or every soz. or under 0 ' Post Cards, each .. 0 Reply Post Cards, each . ? . . 0 ^ Registration Fee " ° Ackncwledfiement of delivery of a registered article .. . . 0 ZlS -Packets. Coinvncrcial Papers not ex ceeding 0 ^ Exceeding 202. but not cx* . cceding 0 3 Exceeding 40Z. and not ex ceeding 6oz 0 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz o 44 Exceeding Soz. but not ex ceeding iooz. .. 0 .1 ? Every additional 2oz. or un der up to sib. .. .. .. .. 0 i Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to 5lb. .. .. .. i> 7". Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample, other wise will have to be sent . parcel post or letter rate, for every aoz. qt under, up to lib / o i ^ The maximum limit of weight Ho the United Kingdom is t6oz.-.-:a.nf' fn* foreign countries 12os. : : -Newspapers. Each newspaper 40Z. or under 0 > *Each additional 2oz. or frac lion thereof (see footnote) o o} ^Newspapers sent by P. and O. steamers, wholly by se...
SENIOR CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
SKMIOR CADETS The annual brigade series^ 1 titions in connection with ;;-~J Senior. Cadet Battalions ir Brigade will he held on £»] range. Castlernaine. to-day. I C h a sr. p i o n bat: a I i o n t ea tns j-J 65th &lt; Footscrav and Yarrargjj (Castlernaine) and the 6-h'' Battaiions (Bemi ,? E Deniliquin) will n :-r tn sions for tiie c ~ 1 1 brigade. The competition^ were tlemaine. last year, v- 'u- \ tlemaine. under Lieut won with a substantia: i cal surprise was e.v rt--td tlemaine had again Keen District }ieadquarters as the: meeting for the second cession. The members of A Co. Czsl; who were the winners of thei ion competitions held at Kjnf; November last, have been* s® energetically tor the hrijadt; titions. and. under their con;-; officer, Lieut. Wadswonh. r» dent of putting up a against the cream or the 0::; talions. Meals will be provided io:± ingr teams by the various czz. the town. I The events to be contcsttaij Skirmishing and military riiie J ingr in the afternoon...
TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
TELEGRAMS. Ordinary office hours, g a.iru p.m. (Sundays excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free onf mile from office.- Where n-j messen gers are employed, telegrams, remain at the office until called for : -Victoria. Within radius of 15 miles from . any telegraph office, 16 . words, including address and signature .. , .: v. .. .. .. o * Within the State, but outside the 15 mile radius, 16 word? including address and signa ture .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 09 Every additional word, extra o T -Interstate. 16 words, including address and signature .. .. .. .. t o .-New Zealand. Minimum charge of 4id. a word Address and signature charsred for as: part of message. -United Kingdom.- \ A uniform rate of 3/ per word. -New Caledonia.- ' Each word lid. The address and signature count us 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 every £50 or fraction of sam...
REVEALS COMPLEXI[?] SECRET OF THE SPA[?]SJSUKIIT OFRHEJN LADY TELLS HOW THEY THEIR YOUTHFUL COMMIIONS EVEN AT SIX[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
REVEALS SJSUKIIT OF RHE,JN LADY TELLS HOW TV THEIR YOUTHPITT TOT IONS EVE^^CFTJ "As a young girl," write", readers, "l always had , E; and delicately-tinted cc-n-J^ on reaching the 'aKC *''r?v changed completely. '1 ter winds and rain Th rough and dry-my facp ^ \ and smart horribly af'erf*?1 ; exposure to frost or cold- j-' i worried to see the oreadfni*: I that was taking place. ! time I went for ?. trip i while travelling in the Soniv j became intimate with an eli,-' ish lady. Knowing hoyT^ Spanish girls arc of their w and hoping she could ^ her of my trouble. She to obtain two ounces of r0;* one dram tincture of benz^p® ounces of ordinary ilowns from the chemist, which, ^ could mix myself, and. aft« well, apply it with a Wit'~ sponge. She stated that hj bad used this lotion for vowed it would quickly rn complexion. 1 applied* tht" she told me. and the result prising. In jv;o days I =as difference. The skin wa= roughness, the dry. tight easier, and the burning get'ner. After four ...
POSTAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
POSTAL NOTES. Postal Notes, from 6d. to 20/, tnay 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, id.; unedr 4/6, id. under 5/. lid.; under 7/6, 2d.; under 20/, 3d. The values' of tKe Notes have been so arranged that any sum of shillings and sixpences up to one pound may lie 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 sd., 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 Note for.mame. 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 ...
SHEARERS' DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
SHEARERS' DISPUTE. . -- - ? - A test ease affecting: sheep owners and shearers was held in the Kilmore Court on Tuesday, when Alfred Holmes, shearer, of Middle Brighton, sued William Paul Bowiand and John James Marshall, of Glenfeldy Station, near Kilmore. for £ 14/2/8' damages, for breach of agreement, money paid difference between rates fixed under the Shearers' Award Board, and mon ey paid for board. The ease resolved itself into a dispute between the Australian Workers' Union, with which sheaerrs are aftiliated. and the graziers Early in October last the defendants commenced shearing ope rations: at .Glenfeldy by machine, and work \v?.s delayed through broken weather. It was alleged by counsel for plaintiff that the shearers at the board were engaged under agreement to shear not less than 5000 sheep or more than 30.000. and the stipulation was made in the usual agreement un der the Wages Board as to wages and conditions, it being stated that the shearers wjere engaged at Glen fe...
MONEY ORDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
MONEY ORDERS. Commonwealth. - Not exceeding £5, 6d.; £10, T/;- £15, 1/6; "20, 2/. New Zealand and Fiji.-Not ex ceeding £2, 6d.; £5, 1/; £7, 1/6; £10, 2/; £12, 2/6: £15, 3/; £17. 3/6; £20, 4/, up to £40. America: and Italy.-6d; for every £1 or part thereof to £20. United Kingdom (through Orders), Cape,of Good Hope, Hong Kong, So maliland, Peru, Natal, Ceylon, India, Transvaal, Orange River, Germany and Canada, 6d. for every £1 or par* thereof to £40 Money. Order Office closes nom&lt; Saturdays .
THE TEST BILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 March 1914
THE TEST BILLS." Speaking at Prahran on Thursday night at a complimentary smoke social to Mr. Mackinnon. M.L.A.. Mr. Cook said :-I am glad to take the opportunit}- of saying one or two words on the Federal political situa tion, tor I find already that, thanks to the propaganda or our opponents and of'some of our friends, our position is entirely misunderstood. I am allud ing particularly to a spccch which I read this morning, and in which I am being solemnly warned that when v.-e go to the country we should not go on such questions as the postal vote and the prohibition of preference to unionists. Who in the name ofaheav en ever suggested that \vc should go on 'that alone ? The notion is prepos terous, and how it should have got into the brains of people 1 cannot un derstand. I think that it would be absolute folly for us to go to the country on such questions as these. Do they not know why these meas ures were in the form they were ? Do they not know that the postal vote is in a me...
TELEGRAPH MONEY ORDERS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 28 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) ~ is 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.