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The Guardian KYNETON, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

KYNETON, SATURDAY, APRIL -i, IV H The Back Page. - Mct.calfeph.ire Council will be found on the fourth page of* this issue. Home From. the West.-After an absence of about seven years. Mr. W'illiain Hartigan. son of Mr. and. Mrs. Martin Hartigan, old and, es teemed residents of Kyncton. has re turned, fora visit to his iiome on the Blackhill road. Mr. Hartigan. has toiled with much success in Sand-, stone, YVesteru Australia. H c has not earlier found it possible., to visit Kyneton. as he lias been actively, en gaged in the work of contracting'. Mr: Hartigan looks remarkably well. He speaks 'with enthusiasm of ?..the; opportunities there afforded men of the right mould to advance. He men tioned" with pride the names of seve ral old Kvnetonians who have either realised a fair competence or garner ed a fortune. It is remarkable the keen -interest Mr. Hartigan has al ways taken in matters which concern his old home. He could speak of in cidents which had happened in Kyne ton only recent...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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BANQUET AND SMOKE SOCIAL AT REDESDALE HON. H. S. W. LAWSON. M.L.A., MINISTER OF LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

BANQUET AND SMOKE SOCIAL AT RI'DESDALH -e> HON. H. S. W. LAWSON. M.L.A., MINISTER OF LANDS. Our Redesdalc correspondent writes chattily ns follows about the above function: When a few wellwishers and warm supporters of the Hon. H. S. W. Law son. Minister of Lands, proposed to , entertain him at a banquetoand social, in honor of his promotion to the rank of a Minister of the Crown, they hardly nnticioated so large and so re presentative and enthusiastic a gath ering as the one that assembled on Monday night at the Redesdalc Hotel. Over 50 guests assembled; .including ; not only the constituents of the Min-; ister of Lands, but visitors from Glcnlyon. Heathcottf Ivyneton and Mia Mia. all desirous of doing-honor to one.who for 14 years of strenuous political life has maintained a straightforward, consistent course, marked by strict adliercnce to high principle and great ability, and who has, his appointment as Minister of Lands, been given greater oppor tunities for service to his c...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

Trade Addresses. h?4 s A* k )V & vsM-st MUSIC **? hath Charms. T'luo ' ! -#*pi $ Songs & Instramenta! 'iC< iu All at Sixpence. By Post 7d. PAXTON AND ALLAN'S POPULAR - i Sixpence Each. i i 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 "STouii? Order to m KYNETON. RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR £ STATIONERY AT Tfyey 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 Buv your DIARY for 1913 at onc...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 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 he writter/ in ink and bear the signatures of the persons to whom the correspondence is directed, otherwise they cannot complied with. Re-directed Setters, packets, ant newsapers re-p'osted by an agent r.< the addresees after deliver;-, provided vhe\ ";:re re-posted nor later than th> da}; ..Sundaj'5 and Public Holiday not being counted) after delivery, and do not appear to have been opened are not chargeable with additions? postag-e Re-directed letters, packets aiic' newspapers which are re-posted late than tlu- day aftc delivery will ?>> faxed '.he ordinary prepaid rate. Am .vliicli appear to have been opens-.1 will be chargeable as freshly poste' unpaid letters, packets, or newspaper' .<<= (-he case may he >THKK COLUiNlES VNf COUNTRIES ...

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REPLY TO MR. JOHNSON. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

REPLY TO MR. JOHNSON. (To the Editor of the - "Kyncton Guardian." Sir,-Mr. Sydney Johnson has dis covered something which gives , him, apparently, great pleasure to repeat and dwell" upon. He finds "unearned increment" to be the cause of all our woes.. He says it is ther'product of brawn an dmusck." Brain don't ap pear to enter into its composition. He claims that by removing it lie can overthrow socialism. You can do it in no other way, he says. It may be all right, but I'm bothered, if I can see it. He speaks as though every thing was perfectly clear to others. I don't see how you can possibly., have "unearned increment."' If there is an increment, it must be brought about, produced, or "earned" in some way. On the other hand, if it is "un earned."' as he says, what has it to do with hjm or me. as we haven't "earn ed" it? I think he's on the wrong track if lie's trying to help the farm ers. He ought to give us something1 more definite - -Yours, etc., SOCIALIBERAL. -S/3/14.

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

'FOOTBALL. 1 r* 1.1 _ - The annual meeting ot the Castie maine District Football - Association will take place at the Corner Hotel. Castlemaine. on April 17. The dele gates from the Kyneton Clubs are Messrs. G. F. Roden and T. Duggan (Kyneton). and J. D. Jones and W.' Arnold (Collegians).

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

Educational. Sacred Heart Ladies' College CONVENT OF MERCY, '. . j. KYggJQN; PUPILS' SUCCESSES in 1913. In February one completed Senior Public, two matriculated; -one iconic pleted Junior Public. "In . December ? four passed:yJunior ?Public, three .?6htairieil.-.::.vgroups,':V;..o.nci passed Senior Public. '? 'X total of 52 passes was obtained, with n distinctions. Pupils are received for Pianoforte. 1 Singing. Violin. Mandoline, Harmony .Shorthand.: Tvoem-iting,; Bookkeeping; vDrawing; Painting., and Physical -Cul-; vture. '"SECOND TERM: "APRIL 21, ig'14. : Tei;ls on Application to . , "HE MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE.IN BUSINESS FIRM. MESSRS. Gto., TI-TOS.. and JAS. WILLIS beg to Ultimate to the Pub lie of Kyuetoni;ana-District that they have TAKEN OV&R THE BUSI NESS .of "the Fatli6l;. Mr. G. W. AVI LLT S, Sen., - and requ\st the con tinuance of the loyal supptrt accord ed to -their father during^th& last 15 years. ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Xr Willis, sen., MAY BE. PAID at...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

Wanted. ,..1*0 Sisters like use FURNISHED | OOM, from Monday to Satur ,UV- Haster Week, with private fani "EL1M," St. Georce's road, .^ortlicote. r}.\A?^ED. for Cambenvell.-Good "i'-MiRAL, small family: good Anolv "Guardian" Ofiice, pri vale entrance". AI'I'LICATIONS FOR FENCING. 'A-t\\l'^t-1CATIO X ' are^ift^Tjed for F?vLTIOX of TW©'^TLES of vj^ClNG-more or less-about two ' .es from Tyklen. Timber on pro perty may be used. Aoply. "FENCER," P.O. Tyldcn. METHODIST CHURCH' April 5. Kyneton u, Rev. Geo. Cameron; 7.; Mr; Bond. Taradale. 11. Mr. Reeves. Malms bury, 1 x, Mr. Bond; 7. Rev. Geo. Cameron. Eernhill, 3. Rev. Geo. Cameron. Lauriston, 3.30.; Mr. Bond. Black Hill. 3, Mr. A. Met calfe. KYNETON INDEPENDENT CHURCH. - Morning. 11: Evening, 7. ?' I.; Rev.. O. BRYANT. 0- V," Evening: Subject: "The Last: Week:" . ..... BAPTIST CHURCH. ;. April 5. Morning, n. .Evening- .7. Subject: "A King's Confession, or Playing- the Fool.'* : Rev. -RAYMOND FARRER. v CHURCH OF CHRIST. . Freemasons' Hal...

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

FERNHILL. Potato Crops.-A few farmers have started-to dig their potatoes but,:' as the crops are fairly light', very few pickers will be required to bag them. Bought a Bottle.-"I had pains in my legs which the doctor said was rheumatism." writes Mr. Robt. Coch rane, builder, Waimiha. N.Z. "His lotion did me no good, and I suffered misery. I saw a friend .using1 some liniment which he told me was Cham berlain's Pain Balm and offered ?site his bottle to try it. It did me so much good that,, I bought a bottle myself and was soon free of all pains." For sale by T. P. Hayes. Kyneton. Chas. Matthews. .Malmsbury, and all chemists and storekeepers, ,-v Sports at Trentham Falls.- On i'.aster Monday sports will be held at Trentham Falls as usual." A fine pro sramme is arranged with £21 in prizes. Wood chopping, dancing, running, and jumping are among a few- of the attractions offered. Read advertise ment tor particulars. Angora Goats for Victoria.-r-Mr. C. -j- W alker, of Victoria Point, near...

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METCALFESHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

METCALFESHIBE COUNCIL. The monthly meeting of the-above was held on Tuesday, there being pre sent: Crs Michell (president). Owens, Pritchard. Fletcher. McKnight. Mat son, Adams. Dole. McXiff, Donovan, Bourke and Maltby. Correspondence. The Hon. H. S... W. Lawson^ for warded letter Tirom Railway Depart ment stating that the overcrowding of trains between Castlemaine and Kyneton will be, overcome by running the uo noon train from Bendigo in two divisions on Tuesdays, Thursdays: and Saturdays. Mr. Lawson for warded a second letter from the same department stating that as the traffic at Taradale station averages four pas segners a day, it does not consider that the erection of a waiting room on the down side platform justifiable, and that the small ante-room in front of the booking office is to be provid ed, with a scat and bracket lamp and made available for intending passeng ers, and a wind screen has been erec ted on the verandah. Mr Lawson also forwarded letter from Public Works Dep...

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THE LIVER HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

HOW TO TAKE CARE OF IT. / This little article >is^ intended to be . a talk upon the live'r/ with some hints upon the best means'of keeping that important organ in a healthy state.. . .Funny as it may seem, when the liver : is all right you don't know that you have got one. .-But as soon as it gets out of order' it fails, in the work which Mature intended it to do; then there is very serious trouble for. you. Liverishness' is also ?? much more, common than, most-people imagine. .For instance, faulty action of th,e liver gives rise to feelings of depression; it makes a man reel miserable ami un fit for work: it gives a woman pros tratng bilious attacks, headaches, and .causes languor, sleeplessness, and ^sometimes a blurred_ state of the vis ^n. Liverishness is the enemy of c"v;rfulncss, a kill-jov. a destroyer of menu] olhcicncy and bodily vigor. Ji y°u doubt it,'look at the sallow . skin, the-juji eyes, and'dragging step of the mai. mucji given to liver .troubles. C>« think of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

Death Notices: WILLIAMS.-On the 28th March, at her residence. Woodend North, of pneumonia. Annie, relict of late John Thomas Williams, aged 74 years.   Thy will be done.

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WARRANTS EXECUTED. TWO YOUNG MEN ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 4 April 1914

WARRANTS EXECUTED. TWO YOUNG MEN ARRESTED. On January 30 last Mr. Laugher, J .P., issued warrants for the arrest of James Young and John Gleeson, young men, and residents of Kyneton, on charges of having at Woodend races on January 28 unlawfully in- duced Mr. Job Beer, of Kyneton, to give some money to Young for the purpose of backing a horse which the two accused represented to belong to Young. The latter was arrested at   the Marong races on Wednesday last, and Gleeson was arrested in Kyneton yesterday morning by Constables Ruedi and Tysoe.   Previous to the issue of the war- rants Beer alleged that Gleeson came to him at the Woodend races and told him confidentially that one of the horses in a race belonged to Young, and that it was a "sure thing." Glee- son also stated that he was putting   all his own money on the horse. While the conversation was going on Young, who was some distance away, called out to Gleeson in a tone loud enough to be...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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THE TURF. Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

THE TURF. Turf Club Races: I Good entries have 'been: -received I for- the-Kyneton Turf Club : races,, i which take place 'to-morrow (Wed I nesday),'and a good day's racing' is confidently expected if the" weather, prove favorable. The secretary (Mr. i J. J. HeffernanV has made complete arrangements for the comfort-^of pa trons. The weights will be found in this issue.

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SPORTING NOTES. CRICKET. KYNETON DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Malmsbury. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

CRICKET. KYKETON ..DISTRICT AsdQCIA ' ; ' TION. . SATURDAY'S MATCHES. Kyneton v. Malmsburv. Un Saturday last the above teams met. on Barkiy Square for the last time this .season, - and the result-w£s a good win-for the home te'am-.-'Kyn'e ton ,had ,first: use of the wickets, and knocked up 129 for four wickets,' S. Stredwick top scoring with -sS not'our. Malmsbury could only manage 62, W. Fincher 'and J. Wallis being'1 the >only : ones, to make 'double 'figures; .Fol lowing are the scores -Kyneton.- ' , G. Hiv.Thomson^b Howe .-cf S. Horton, >b Timberlake o" S. Stredwick, not' out ;. . .' .58 \V. Morris, c J. Wallis; b Kelly ov Wv" Simpson; c Fincher, b 'Wallis 16 'W.- Younsj.^nof'ouf .. ...._. 26 v Sundries .. * S -'Total for-tout'wickets /.-jag' - u r *. -(Innings'*'closed). - : . Bowiing p-^IHmberlakc; f!J. f0 r. 35S.* Kelly, "i for. 36; J.; Ho\vc, -i .foi" 22 pT. Wallis,: 1-" for 20; 'LMVenzelr 0 fqr;4. ' . ' -Malmsbury.-1 " W. Fincher. b Morris 12 XT. Matthew's, b Sutherla...

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FERNHILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

-FERNHIIrL. Shooting 'Match.-The. first shoot ing march for the year'was held, at /die above ground on Saturday last. ^;hen there vVas' .a fairly good attend-" . jiipe of shooter?'. Some good slioot 'ngi was shown. Very few of the, birds: escaped. Alth'<5ugh the day:, was very: ^'1) it did not seem to interfere with' the eyes of the competitors, as they 511.stopped their birds at very short Notice. The birds were very.-fast in escaping from the traps and were Qifiicult to shoot. Owing" to'~sliortage birds the final round was - left-to, Messrs. Will Taylor, Pat Dwyer and, tadie Brerelon, who divided the stake. The next shoot is arranged to take place on the same>: ground on iaturdav April iS. ? 1: L-; l-,v! !~L - ? :> ' Hawker Has an Accident.-At Bal iarat on Saturday Harry Hawker's bi plane landed -with'too much impetus and smashed the tractor to pieces, did some slight damage to the wings, and broke the skids of the chassis. _ 2»tr nawker had a passenger on board. ...

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NEWHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

NEWHAM. A farewell Social.-On Monday evening a farewell social was tendcr ctl to Mr. Geo. Harley and family,, who have since left Newham for the j Malice. Mr. A. Anderson presided , over a most enjoyable evening. Mr. Harley has been a councillor.of the Shire of Newham and Woodend for the past 20 years. On behalf of the S7.thering. Cr. J. Kenny (president^ of "die shire) presented Mr., and Mrs. Harley with a beautiful silver tea and coffee service on a handsome salver. Crs. W\ McElhinney and E. Don, the: Rev. Schlusser. Mr. J. O'Meara and others also spoke in laudatory terms °! Mr. Harley's good qualities, his services to the district, and the high esteem m which he was held. That , he was re-elected unopposed so many times showed he had given satisfac tion as a councillor. . During the. evening songs were given by Miss Jones and Mr. J. Haves, a duet by the Mi sses Adams and a recitation by Miss Wright,, Miisic was provided Miss O'Connor,' .Miss M. Kenny and Mr.',A. J. O'Callaghan. P...

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TRENTHAM. HOSPITAL BAZAAR. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. TAKINGS, £145. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

..TBENTHAM, HOSPITAL BAZAAR. A GRATIFYING SUCCESS. TAKINGS. £145. The concluding (Saturday) night of the Trenlham bazaar in"-connection with the special effort for the Kyne ton Hospital, was marked by a . good attendance and pood business. 'Al together. the stall holders and assist ants had a busy time. Among the various attractions the iadies' .nail driving .competitions occasioned a good deal of fpn. This was won, after a good go. by Mrs Percy Hall. The takings up to and including Saturday amounted to about £145. There are soiue further returns yet to come, including those for the wind up social held last night

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

L!NITED VIX'GDOM RAT F> For-Liters. Sp0st Cards -I °r under each .. - v... 0{ a Sfm\nt of delivery .^'Stered article .. .. %n*r . , *~Packets. Cted'4\>7l>aPerS n0t CX" *?$«* 20 hiding 402 b'lt Exceeding 402. and vot ex ceeding 6oz o 4 Exceeding uoz. but not ex ceeding Soz .. o 4$ Exceeding Soz, hut not ex ceeding IOOZ o " ^ Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 5IIC o 1 Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for every 2oz. or under up to 5P0 J. c I Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample, other wise will have to be sent parcel post or letter rate, for every 20Z. or under, up to lib. .. ... .. .. .... .. .. o ' The maximum limit of weight the United Kingdom is 1602:.- ahr?, Foreisrn countries T2o-:. -Newspapers.- . Each newspaper 402. or under 'b- ' ? ''Each additional 2oz. or frac- . lion thereof (sec footnote) 0 0i ?Newspapers sent by P. and O. steamers, wholly by sea, id. for. every, xiior.. or fraction thereof.

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TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

TELEGRAMS. . , .. .'h- j . Ordinary office hours,- g . p.m. (Sundays excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free onf mile from office. Where t\o messen gers are employed, telegrams remain at the office until called for -Victoria. Within radius of 15 milesfroir.: : any. ? telegraph office, 16 ^ words, including address :md . signature"".. .. .. ...« o * . . Within the State, but outside; ? . ' the 15 mile radius.. 16 word?" . including address and signs-. a ture o , Every additional word, extra ? o r -Interstate.-. 16 words; including address and signature .. .. .. .. .. 1 o -New,Zealand.- -J - Minimum charge of 4$d.. a word Address and signature charged for as part of message. - -United Kingdom.- 'v A uniform rate of 3/ per word. .-New Caledonia. Each word nd. The address and signature count as part of message.' STAMP DUTIES. " " Receipts-£2 and over, id., , Bills-£25 and under, 6d.; £50,1/; £/5, 1/6; £100, 2/;. £150, 3/, and so on, being 1/ for every ...

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