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POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. —Letters.— [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. RATES OF POSTAGE. VICTORIAN RATES. -Letters. For every ioz., or fraction thereof .... o i Urgent Letter-For each let-. ter (in additon to ordinary postage) .. .. .. .. .. .. . o 4 Post Cards .... o i Reply Post Cards Q 2 Letter Cards .. . .* ° 1 Registration Fee .. .. o . 3. Acknowledgement of ad<tlWerty; t ? of registered article .. .'. v. " o -2j -Pa'ckets. Commercial Papers, Printed Papers, maximum weight Sib., 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 2oz. or under, up to 5lb. .. o o3 Patterns, Samples, Packets Merchandise, maximum ilb.f not to exceed 2ft. x ift., 2oz. or under o t -Newspapers. For each newspaper iooz. or - under =. Within the Commonwealth . and Papua. 40z. or part of ; 4oz. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. o oJ Magazines and Publications not published in the Com monwealth 0 0: Published within t...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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TRENTHAM BAZAAR IN AID OF KYNETON HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

TRENTHAM BAZAAR IM AID OF KYNETON HOSPITAL. Yesterday aft'er notfji''at'3.30 P-m- ^1C Hon. D. McLeod," M.L.A. opened a bazaar in the Trentham Mechanics' Institute in aid of the building fund of the Kyneton District Hospital. The building was taxed to the utmost and a most cordial spirit of friendly rivalry was manifested. The hall was very" prettily decorated "with greenery .and. arches, and over all was ;suspetid ed the handsome mocto "And the greatest: of these is. charity." The sweety stall, a prettily draped kiosk, occupied the centre of -the hall, and the' produce, flower, fancy, competi tion stalls and hoop-la were grouped arQund the hall. The library, for the; occasion, was turned into a very cosy afternoon tea room. Among the visi tors! 'from Kyneton were Mr. R. I. Argylel M.L.A.. and Mrs. Argylej Mrs Brockelbank, Mrs. G. O. Rigby'(hon. secretarjr to Kyneton bazaar), Mrs. Ceo. Robinson, Mrs. Arthur Wells and Miss Armstrong, who were all most '.cordially welcomed by the Trent...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

MALMSBUSY Hotel- Change.--A." Longton, pro prietor .ol iho Belle Vise Hotel, lias sold his business to Mc. Lord." of Too . barac. Mr. Longton and his family left for Melbourne on Monday. Police Court.-John Nieholis, who was arrested on Tlnirsday night for offensive behaviour, and remanded till Tuesday's court, was brought before Messrs. McCarthy and Robinson. J's.P.. and charged with the above offence, particulars of which appear ed in Saturday's "Guardian." Accused seemed to feci his position very keen ly. The bench discharged him with a caution, as he had been in Bendigo Gaol from Friday' till -Tuesday. International Ficttircs. - The nro grainme screened at the Albert Hall Picture Theatre last night was ex ceptionally good and was well appre ciated by the usual large audicnce who regularly attend these pictures.. The star picture was a thrilling In dian drama entitled "For East is East." It is a fascinating romance of the Eastern world, fully illustrating Rudyard Kipling's .famous...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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A TRAGIC DEATH. INQUIRY CONCLUDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

A TRAGIC DEATH. . INQUIRY CONCLUDED. The coronial inquiry touching the death', of William Robert Williatt, which occurred under somewhat tra gic circumstances on the morning of March 22,- as reported in the "Guard ian" of 24th ult., .was resumed and .concluded' at the Court. rHouse yester day before M.r D. McLennan, J.P., deputy coroner. The inquiry had been adjourned; from 23rd. ult.- to per mit of an analysis of-the stomach of the deceased.' Sergeant- O'Brien deposed that on March 3 lie receivecl from Dr. Downr ing, of: Kyneton, a glass jar securely fastened and scaled. On March 24 he took this jar to Melbourne and hand ed Jt to the Government medical analyst in the same condition as it was when - he received it' from Dr. Downing. On March 3r he received a report from the analyst, which lie now produced.' The analyst's report'referred to in Sergeant " O'Brien's evidence read as follows: "On March '24 Sergeant O'Brien handed.'me a glass jar secure ly sealed and' labelled''stomach a...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. THE COOKERY CENTER. CELEBRATING THE OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

KYNETON DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. -ta> THE COOKERY CE'NTER.- ' CELEBRATING THE OPENING. Yesterday, at the hour of 1.2.30. an official opening of the cookery center associated with .the Kyneton District High .School was celebrated. There were.: present upwards of thirty ladies and. gentlemen-^vho liad:assembled in .pespon:$esttJVa!nt'-in:vatation.'''.f.from«t-:.Jhc head master. Mr. T. H. Stuart. Each \vas..affo.rdcdV:an ,opportunitjr of wit nessint? .the ..preparation of the excel lent repast which was later -enjoyed. ?Tlie,guests y/ere individually , welcom "ed by tlie head master, and made to feel most at home. ,]n;thc culinary;department the pu pils were each specially told oft to the performance- of: a ^separate ^duty. ' i It was.not.to'theone task only, but to several, and each one had'011 her ..apron;,.,.a.neatly written card, bearing; tlie,/intended injunction, which, was iStric tly. obeyed.. Under .the superin tendence, of Miss/Flora: :EeH;'"thc de partmental suoervisor of the...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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LAURISTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

LAUKISTOK ? ??1 - 1 . . ? -i ? ? ? Recreation Reserve.-The trustees of : this reserve met at Hanrahan's 'Junction Hotel on Saturday evening last. Civ John McYVhinney, president of the trust, presided. The Govern ment, through Mr. R. I. Argvle. M.L.A.,. -.-have given £10 to the re-, -serve grant, on condition that £.5 be locally contributed. Arrangements1 were made for securing the necessary. £5. The meeting spoke unanimously in high approval "of Mr. Argyle's pub lic spirit in the matter, and in praise of his advocacy of the claims of the trust-an advocacy which had result ed in four grants in all being receiv ed.. A hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Argyle was passed and the usual com pliment to the chairman terminated the meeting. W'ork"Started.--The^ contractor for the repairs to the Coliban bridge started work on Monday. The work is urgent, and the residents of the township are glad to see it started.

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

TRENTHAM. : .. ... ? -- i ' .1-1 ? Sad; Occurrence. -On Monday night there passed away at Melbourne Mrs. Louisa Bremner, wife of Mr. William Bremner of this district. Deceased, who was only 30 years of age and a native of the district (being' thq- youngest daughter of Mrs. S. A. Franzke, of Newbury), had been in ill-health for some time past, and she was recently taken to Melbourne for special treatment. Her passing away is a very sad occurrencp,'indeed. She leaves a family of three young chil dren, and for them, and the sadly bereft husband. the deepest sympathy is felt throughout the district, as well as for her mother and other relatives. On Wednesday the funeral took place to the Trentham Cemetery, when there, was a large attendance of sor rowing friends present. The Rev. A Malley, incumbent of the Trentham: Church' of England narish, officiated very impressively at the graveside. The coffiiirbearers were Messrs. Win. Bremner. sen. (uncle), 'Wm. Bremenr, jun. (cousin). A. Bremne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

TpftJe Addfce^seSM ^ J * j j&Mf __ j-*# - ^ ?i ^Sfc^ "' % ?'? 4* MUSIC ** hath Charms. . .. ' ~ , . . ..Tike LATEST. and, BEST Songs & Instrumental Numbers. All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. ; ' 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 Va.-iety in V arious Keys. I -v Send Your Order to B KYNETOH. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR AT Tl\6y 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 thr .ither. Economical and elegant; . ; . ENVELOPES.-Whitworth Linen, Linen ? La\ra, '; Invicta, Eclipse, uountess. Ideal, Secretive, Catnpaspe. Clarence, Pence, etc., etc. LEGAL and BUSINESS STATIONERY, quality Good, Prices Lev Resolve to Buy your DI...

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VII-RE-DIRECTION VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

-RE-DIRECT <) ^ VICTORIA . Letters, packets, and' newspapers are re-directed without charge to anj 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 hi complied with Re-directed letters, packets, dnc newsapers re-posted by an agenr nt the addresees after delivery, provide they are re-posted not later than ch day (Sundays and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened, are not chargeable with additional postage .Re-directed letters, packets am' newspapers which are re-posted late: than the day after delivery will b< taxed the ordinary prepaid rate. Anj which appear to have been opener will be chargeable as freshly posted unpaid letters, packets, or newspai>»'> . as the case may be OTHER COLONIES \NT COUNTRIES undei the Postal Union ruler ?&...

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BALL LIGHTNING IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

BALL LIGHTNING IN MEL , ? . BOURNE: .> - »* <" Visits of ball lightning to the earth are. of .comparatively rare:bccurxenc'e, and -that which made its appearance during Friday's storm, at Levin and Co.'s chemical works. Scotciimer street. North Fitzroy. had remarkable features (writes the "Age")- It was about 12.10 p.m., and the employees, to the number of 20, were having lunch in the large workroom, when the ball came in through an open door at the back. . The visitor was of the size of an arc lamp, and. hovering about the room like an evil sprite, grazed the foot of one of the employ ees and gave him a severe electric shock. It then seemed to come in contact with an incandescent lamp hanging from the ceiling, and burst \vitli a loud explosion. The employ ees, describe it as one of the prettiest "fireworks" sights thev had ever seen in their lives, the ball corruscating like a Catherine wheel. An offshoot from the ball passed through-the win dow into the front oiVicc,...

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A POETIC MURMUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

A POETIC MURMUR. - - - -. - - The "Garjun." Kineton. Dear Sur, I 'ope as ~o\v you will excews Letters from a bloke out "ere, sir, Wot-can tell yer all the news, . . 1 am at present out at Trcntham, Where there's rabbits in galore. If nothing's clone 'ere to prevent 'em, -Next-year there,:\vill-be;.millions;mpre.. It matters not in \vliat direction Anywhere yer like to go Spare me days, this 'ere;insi)cction Is nothing" but a ;paper show. Now, there's drastic legislation Badly needed-to compel Cockies to make alteration \ " On the farms where rabbits.dwell. There's lots-O'i blokes in y.scarch of labor^ ~ In the district round-about, . While each cock}' blames "his nabor Won the rabbits cats "im out. y Why-don't thej- get spadesland: -mad-;' docks .J - And find work for unemployed ' ?Digging- burrows out their-/paddocks. Soon -the pest .wood be destroyed. I won't rite a lengthy letter This time; as I'm just begun; Next:time; praps. 1 git on better;.: Then I'll rite a longer one. To-ni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MERCY'S I1 &YNETON. PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1913. Iri February one completed Senior Public, two matriculated, one com pleted Junior Public. < * In December four " passed; Junior Public. thrce-...-obtaincd-:t«',srroup'Si--S:Qna passed Senior .Public. ' A total of 52 -passes was obtained, with 11 distinctions. : Pupils are-. rcceivc.d : for. Pianoforte, Singing, Violin,T->M'andoiine,: Harmony,. Shorthand. Typewriting;^Bookkeeping. Drawinar, Painting, and Phj'sical Cul ture. SECOXD TERM: APRIL ai, 1914. Terms on Apnlication to THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. . CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. GEO.. THOS.. and JAS. WILLIS beg to intimate to the Pub lic of Kvneton and District that thejv have TAKEN OVER THE BUSI NESS of the Father. Mr. G. W. j WlELlS, Sen., and request the con- ; tinuance of the lo\*al support accord- ; cd to their father during- the last 15 ! years. ALL ACCOUNTS OWTNG to Mr. Willis, sen., MAY BE PAID at the MI...

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EXPLOSION AT A FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

EXPLOSION AT A FIRE. A terrible tragedy occurred at Up per Hutt, near Wellington (N.Z.),.on Saturday night, resulting in I six deaths. A fire broke out shortly before mid night at Benge and Pratt's general store Residents of the township were assisting to remove goods from the burning building, when suddenly there was a terrible explosion. Dyna which was removed was not placed wliic hwas removed was not. placed clear of the fire. Five men were kil led outright - Mahony,. police con stable; James Comesl^, post master: William ^lynni'rail way;.,guard: John Vivian? employed?in';>Benge and Pratt's stores; Taylor,-railway.porter; Mich ael Toohey, bridge -contractor. Se\*e ra Io tli ers wh o \werct ^ in iured w e re taken' to Wellington Hpspital in a special train. One of these, Michael .Toohey, bridge contractor." died at 4 a.m. on Sunday. The explosion, was so terrific that :Mahoney's i body .was unrecognisable, ithe.'onjv identification; being a pair of /handcuffs; found jiear by. ....

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KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

KYNETONSHIRE COUNCIL. \ The following notices of motion will be dealt with at the council meet ing on Saturday next:- .. 1. Cr. Glark to move-"That the Gouncil purchase a Hicks' fire cart and a "Giant"' double acting force pump. to be used for the ^protection of shire property in thc~~ca~se of firc; breaking out." 2. Cr. Halloran to move-"That ten ders be invited, returnable- at next meeting, for rebuilding Brown'j; and Yereker's bridges. Pastoria." 3. Cr. Begg to move-"That ten ders be invited. returnable at next meeting', for additions to the Green hill footbridge.v 4. Cr. Knight to _move--"That ten ders be invited for work on Fleming's road to the amount of £15." 5. Cr. Knight to move-"That the necessary steps be taken to have water trough erected near Coiles' corner, junction of Richey' and Ross' and Blue Mountain main road, joint work between Tylden and Lauriston and Edgecombe Ridings, subject to the consent of the Kyneton Water Trust being obtained." 6. Cr. Knight, tovmove-"Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

WOLFE'S-SCHNAPPS" Spells Perfection in Liquor. It is a Popular Tonic. Trade Addresses. TO aIt «# ^ %A$k^ jr ® y W&T ^a^SSBSB'' | |>j (f$'L.n.V4 ? ja \> S 8 fio'Simple anil Strong, t) li H R Tl'.cy Cannot);" Wrung. fj j? B 3 Simplicity is a j;r<-nt. thing 5ii a jj rj 3 !j sewin:; machine,-especially whcti [i 8 u you live in the country anil have t{ <i t{ 0 to fix it yourself. WAP,73 BROS. I' js fj u Machines have fewer parti than G 8 a miv other-nothing to net out of R f! B H order, Tcuudscheaper than ethers fl ^ H a V\"c -pay !reii;ht to your station- P 3 jj 2 guarantee every machine-and let jj § n !j von have it on easy terms. 3 H S Write for illustrated Catalog-post In (? Iree. S £ Machines of all i:ia':e.< repaired, jj ^ Needles anil Tarts s;:j>plica lor nny t; si Jlncliine. Ji | 33-38 EftROL STREET, | $ I NORTH MELBQURKE. f J ^ t rrs^v im t.-l- 7 *>* FICTION. FASHIONS. ME CHANICS. THEATRELAND. LATEST MAGAZINES FRQM AMERICA JUS...

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ELECTRIC HENS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

1 * ' "'^ELECTRIC'HENS. Startling results'have -"attended Ia serifesrof-ingenious "experiments in the electrification. of small chickens^ They "suggest that;the chickens, when, stimulated byx-a-.particular' electric ap paratus. . grow 'V: riearb'- twice as fast; which means that the output is doub led or the food bill halved.' Experiments carried out before Christmas with 400 chickens were so successful that the number'is now be ing increased to 3000 on the poultry farm of Mr. Mccch:; at Poole. Dorset. In this experiment 1500 are being grown in the ordinary way and 1500 by electricity to make a direct-com parison . The chickens arc being grown in specially constructed intensive houses to which electricity is '.applied by means of the combined high frequency and positive electricitj' apparatus in vented by ??Mr: T.Thorne Baker. TK'e currents are turned on for 10 minutes every hour from 7 a.ni: till 6 p.m.' The .birds' are so highly charged with electricity that sparks can lie taken f...

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The Guardian KYNETON, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 2 April 1914

KYNETOK, THUKSDAY, APEIL 2.'19U.J Back Page.-The following will lie found on the back page: Federal Is sues.. Bendigo Stock Market.,A Poetic-, Murmur. Ball Lightning in_ Mel bourne. Explosion at a Fire. Electric.-. Hens. Kynetonshire Council (Notices of Motion), etc. Death of Mr. J. W. Darby. - The death took place in the Kyneton Hos pital on Sunday night of Mr. John     William Darby, a much-respected re sident of Piper's Creek. The cause of death was uraemia and heart trouble. Deceased, who was 30 years of age, was the eldest son of Mr. Ed ward Darby, of Piper's Creek. He had been ill for about a fortnight, but   only entered the hospital a few days   previous to his death. The interment look place in the Kyneton Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, the funeral being well attended. The coffin-bear ers were Messrs. W. and J. Darby (cousins of deceased). W. Leahy and E. Turner. The spiritual service at the grave was read by the Rev. Cano...

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SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

SPORTING NOTES. COURSING. The Kyjjcton Coursing Club have made a good start, in their usual en ergetic way. with an endeavor to stock their new plumpton with hares. In two drives they have secured 42 hares to provide for the coming sea son. and as it will.be some time be fore the coursing will actually com mence, they will probablj' have a full complement for future use.

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TRENTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

TRENTHAM. . i Police Court-At the ordin ? ! of the Trtiitfoatft'i Police ;r tjafj; f 1 fThursday, before Messrs. imv PM., and W. Middlemiss A ^f'Sroi. Mowrs, Trc Bros--ProP'y-Jr M, or ^5e sheila jronworks. Trentham. sued SununV of Bacchus.Marsh. f01- a ? An order was made for :1,mount claimed with. £1/6/ costs. $V<ame firnralso proceeded against ? ?'rrnssley and; .Sons of Ararat, for .J;, account of £2/17/7. and sued H. v in't of Gisborne, for a debt of . r i in each case orders were given Zr the amounts, with costs, viz, 26/ ? the fir^t case and 15/6 111 the Iat 111 Mr Frank Stevens appeared,for . . ^r' Yfecsrs.-- Trewhelia's .firm , in will - 'cases. Mounted Constable ,E. ' V Smith. of Trentham. : proceeded .tin"" two lads-John "Alexander Sf?.s. Cantwell-for behaving in an offensive manner at Fern nil..on the Ut of March 17 last. The.evidence t|,e prosecution was to the effect : int: whilst a-ball was being held at . X-FernhiIL: Mechanics? on -St. Pat "T'y.'3:night the ...

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THE COUNTRY ROADS BOARD. IMPORTANT ACTION AT WOODEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

THE COUNTRY ROADS BOARD IMPORTANT ACTION AT WOODEXD. At the meeting of the Newiiam Woodend Shire" Council on Tueioi; Cr. Donovan moved "That, as tnfi council is of opinion that the power? vested in the Country Roads Boar, by virtue of the Main Roads Acta1* detrimental to the principles atw®" tcrests of local government^ it is p sira&le that a conference of counj.1? municipalities should be called.w cuss the matter." -t The motion was carried, as \vas» ,so a subsequent-one by the councillor to the. effect that a coutfjj ence of country municipalities .be led as indicated hy the previous!1K> tion. "? A lengthy discussion ensued upcJ_ the question as to when and >Tei^ the conference should be iieid._ So®', of the councillors suggested -Wppd'®' as being one of the most central, 'situated places white others tlioiif; 'Melbourne would be preferable.;e$P . cially for delegates from the \)'e5'e districts. ,??' . After a prolonged discussioiv. decided; that the conference be c°...

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