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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

i»ff 4 MUSIC hath Charms. n?iaL& , LATEST". and, BEST Songs & Instrumental "5. 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 Vaiiety in Various Keys. Semel Ycui' Order to KYMSTOM. *, -jf*\Svv * .- .... - - . RESOLVE TO BUY YOUR iw* pup®" AT 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 \VORLD. 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 1913 at once. - : ARMSTRONG BROS, have DIARIES ...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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VII.—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

'-Mi.-RE-DIRECT ON " VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspapers; 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 hear the signatures -of the persons to whom the correspondent is directed, otherwise they eannoi bv .--v, , . , Re-directed- ^ letters, packets, ar.n iievvsapers re-posted by an agent .o? the addresees after delivery, provided they are. re-posted not later than th day (Sundays and Public Holiday' not being counted) after delivery, and do0 not appear to have been opened, are 'not '. chargeable with additional postage. " ^Re-directed letter*, packets uu* newspapers which are re-posted h>'< than the. day after delivery will V taxed the ordinary prepaid rate -iuv ;which appear to have been opene will be chargeable as freshly postc unpaid letters, packet's. or newsy,-,!'*"' ;;s v'he case may be OTHER COLONIES ... COXTMTR[ES ..mui-- tfi.. 0 -i:a»...

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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KYNETON TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

' KY.NETON TURF CLUB, Following are the weights for the above club's meeting on Wednesday, April 8: Trial Handicap. Five furlongs.; Footbeat. o.o; Bilga, 8.12; Night Walk Noir.Croix. S.io; Port Louie. 8.6; Tin--, aria, S.5; Sunstone. 8.4; Moorool, 8.2; 'Expert;1 'fl'l'zy Hdpleaf, 7.10; Nantuck et, 7:8; Highland Belle. 7.6; Pan. In, E'sport, Bonheur, Quecnetto, 'Dream. Man, 7.3; Flourish, 7.0; Kav llxlSh, 6.7. Handicap*'Hurdle Race. Two nulcs. -Admiral Grand, 10.9; King's .Ran som, ib.S; Fleetline, 10.5; Steelbolt; 10.3; Rogue Harem, Calabash, Q.o; Berry Jerry, 9.5; Vespa, Wreckage, 9-0^ ~ - _ . ' _ ? ^ Turf. Club Handicap. / Eight fur longs . and. a Jialf.-Gaius, '9.0;: . Lady -jino;-: 8.r^-*sLucky.\3eanv 8.10; -B esse-l i iiier;; So'j^I'onody, .8.2;.?-P6rtlp,cki:?7i-rQ-;fi Lfttlc:Friar, 7.9; Embresener 7.7; Bel "fasly"'7.6^,Th_undcrshock, 7.5; Gunfire,--' 7.4V'Drcx,' 7;2:" Quickbolt, 7.0; Brakes ^pehre. 6.10; Tap, My Nance, 6.7. . - jl; . Distance Handicap Trdt.' -One :mile and ' a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

In Memoriam Noticcs. SHARPE.-In sad and loving - me mory of our.dear Ellie (Ethel May.) who departed this life on 8th April, 1910 We'll know why clouds instead of sun Come over many a cherished plan, Why her iite should 'cease- when scarce begun. Some day, some day, we'll under stand.

Publication Title: Kyneton Guardian
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UNEARNED INCREMENT. (To the Editor of the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

UNEARNED INCREMENT; \ . '. r ? i - (To the Editor of the- "ICynelon ? Guardian;") . ? "Sir,-"Socialiberal" may rest " as sured tliat the single ta:%er, always gives due.; credit to brains. ?- In', my former letter . I . wrote -"brain and muscle"' and. that it- appeared as "brawn and muscle" was : a-printers error-a Rardonable error.-;, as every one who has.to read my- writing will admit. ... : : "Socialiberal" finds a difficulty in understanding how.the removal- of the unearned increment can combat So cialism. Quite;so.: Most people who do not study- the question '-will'-find the same .difficulty. ? A-perusal of the works "of Henry . George *or- Max Hirsch will, clear , his understanding. "Socialiberal" also cannot > see how there can be "unearned increment." Surely he ;must be a wealthy land lord, and it is astonishingly hard to make one of that ilk see it at any time. ? It doesn't pay him to.1 Per haps if I call it the unimproved value of land it may be :more easily under stood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

Education?.!. . S'.;ere4 ISeart ladies' Collet \ . CONVENT G^.frMSKCYi . y kynetoh; s? ? ?"; ' V PUPILS'" SUCCESSES in 1913. '. Ir. February one completed Senior Public, two. matriculated, one. com ?pleted Junior Public. -v In December four passed Junior Public, three obtained . groups," c.ne passed Senior Public. - A total of 52 passes was .obtained, witlr IT distinctions. Pupils are received -for Pianoforte, Singing, Violin, Mandoline, Harmony Shorthand. Typewriting, Bookkeeping Drawing. Painting-, and Physical C11I tuie. SECOND". TERM: APRIL-ar, 1914. Terms on Application to . THE-.' MOTHER SUPERIOR. CHANGE IN BUSINESS FIRM. -MESSRS. GEO.. TIIOS., and T^S. WILLIS beg to intimate to the" Pub lic of Kyncion and District that they h?ve TAKEN OVER THE BUSI NESS of the Father. Mr. G. W. WILLIS. Sen., and request the con tinuance or the -loyal support accord ed to .their father during the last' 15 years. ' . ? ? ? ? ? - ? ALL ACCOUNTS OWING to Mr. Willis, ?cn" MAY- BE PAID at the MILL ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

' ' . Funeral Notice. ^ The friends of the late ALEX l-ANDER FGWLES are respectfully t invited to" follow his .'remains .to' the I place' of 'interment, the Springhill. r Cemetery. . I The- Funeral will leave the residence ? j of his son, Mr. John Fowles,''-.TCK I MORROW (Wednesday, Sth). at i . o'clock/ ? - ?' : H. W. BROMLEY, '. Undertaker. '^Market Street, Kyneton.

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

.V ' IVL&LMSBUliY. I :.rV-V' 1 . ( ( J I.'1: Sunday School Anniversary. - The kanniveVsnry of the Presbyterian Snn i'day-School-was held on Sunday after i-n'oon and; evening. The churclv was i= nicely decorated" by the teachers. The i Rev. 'L-. Tait: preached from .the text Malachi 3-17: -'And they shall be mine,, saith the* Lord of Hosts on the day'when I makeup my jewels." Mr Tait gave a brief address, which was verjp -instructive, and - subsequently presented- the prizes and spoke some encouraging words to the children. In- the evening Mr. Wells gave a very, interesting address describing the dif ference between spurious coins and good ones. . He spoke, a few word? of congratulation to the children.on their regular attendance. . Suitable hymns were, sung by the children.:' who. were trained - by- Miss' Paterson (organist) and Mr. Jones. The teach- : ers-, -."Mrs.> Irwin and Mr.' Jones, and "staff deserve- great thanks for' their efforts, in instructing -the young. .The...

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GARDEN NOTES. (Written Expressly for the "Kyneton Guardian.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

GARDEN NOTES. - (Written Expresslj' for the "Kyneton {'. Guardian.") ^ Questions on all matters relating. to Horticulture, if addressed Gar ' dcn,"^carc of this office, and sent by Tuesday of-each week, will be an swered in Thursday's issue. The splendid rains we have had re cently will have the effect- of forcing a. cfood autumn growth, and boui in the ilowcr and \egctable gardens no , time should be lost in taking advan tage of the favorable conditions now brought about. As soon as the sur- , ? face of' the' soil' has dried suflicicntly, , it- should be well stirred to' prevent' ? a crust formation. Ground .that has . been .?~lying> vacant througli;. the. .dry weather should .now .be.-dug .and made, to produce something" for the corning, autumn and winter. The Flower Garden. The ground, having received a good soaking bv ihe recent heavy rains, is now in good condition, for. autumn workintr."and there, is a good oppor tunity 'for seed sowing to provide plants -for spring bloomin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

.-?. \~3- Wanted. ." -N' ; WANTED. - BOY -for..; Smith's Shop. H. and H. HOYLE. - . , . . WANTED, for Cambcrwell.-Good GENERAL;;- -small '.family; -good .wages. ? Apply "Guardian": Office,,pri vate entrance. . ? - s , . "" 'AGENTS WANTED for * PRI^ VATE - CHRISTMAS CARDS. La dies or ,Gents. Sample books--"free. Large profits. CHIPCHASE; "Car-. dex,M Darlington. England. ; ~ ? .uost and Found LOST, in Ky.neton.-Lady's' BELT with ' silver buckle 1 attached-' '>(lce'e.p-; sake). Finder please .return this office. ' ? . ' ' - LOST/ "LOST,*; from__Black Hill.-i ? Black Light -MARE, ;4>y'ears^: branded ;N.~on near" ^shoulderp i; Bay:; GELDING,- :;5: years Reward. ' /-= ."' SKIDMORE'S STABLES.' . . ; A For Sale or To ,Lct., : . ; : - -VKtI I TO . LET. - 5-roomed - HOUSE: bathroom-, washhouse and copper. Apply-?-R.'.'SyiTIIiEiRLAND."^ i "-f hin >iiiH ? ? .) ; > FIREWd019 P ^IEEW&OD! t%v-J»nrs.rri^K J>tic oiin;in- , . .Win ter's Supply '^fc'fore' tne!. wet!*'-\\jeathcr...

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FALSE REPRESENTATIONS ALLEGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

FALSE REPRESENTATIONS ALLEGED. -O- Before Mr. J. Walker, J.P., at the Kyneton Police Court on Saturday, John Gleeson, laborer, was charged, with having, at Woodend, on January 28, imposed on Job Beer by false ver- bal representations. This is the case - referred to more   particularly in Saturday's issue of the "Guardian." The offence is alleged to have occurred, and that James Young, another Kyneton resident, is alleged to have been a party in the transact- tion. Constable Ruedi stated that he had, with Constable Tysoe, arrested Glee- son on Friday on warrant. Accused, on the application of Ser- geant O'Brien, was remanded until Monday. He was brought before Mr. Laugh- er, J.P., yesterday, when, as it had been ascertained that Young was re- manded at Bendigo to appear before the Woodend Court on April 20, application was also made and grant- ed for Gleeson's remand to the same court on that date.  

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COUNCILLORS AT VARIANCE COLLEAGUES DISAGREE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 7 April 1914

COUNCILLORS AT VARIANCE COLLEAGUES DISAGREE. ?It is notroftcn .that the Kyncton, Tylden, or Trentham riding members disagree in the Kynetonshire Council upon matters affecting the interests of their own riding-s. Three depar tures from the usual equanimity occuvrcd. however, at Saturday's meeting. The first note of discord aws caused by a motion submitted according to notice by Cr. Clark to the cffect "That the Council purchase a fire cart at a_cost not exceeding £30 to be used for the protection of shire properly. in, .the case of fire breaking out." "Cr. Spain opposed the motion, principally on the grounds that the cart; would, be.:of very .little, if any, use to 'the Kynetoji riding, where there was an active tire brigade The President and Crs. Tresidder and McKcnna also opposed the motion, principally on the ground that the cart would be kept at the Shire hall, and that in the event of fire in the outside ridings the delay in getting it to the scene of the outbreak would render ...

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SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

SPOETIl'TG : NOTES. V.^jaowts.,.. 7; Easter holidays. In the single-hand ed championship, commencing on Fri day, the eight local players have been drawn against the following: Haw thorn City jyreen: J. Armstrong' v. Gordon (Port Fairy). Ascot Yale: 1'. Ruedi v. Lang.ler (Corowa): J. T. Mall v. Storey (Seymour).. Carlton:. R. Duncan v.' Iiickford (Warrnam bool). Footscray: H. H. Castles v. Govett (Sale); .T. E, A. Castles a bye. Middle Park: A..St'redwick ,.y.. Wood ward (Ballarat)McLennan v. Ire dale (Castlemaine). . In the rink tournament, commenc ing- on Saturday,. two rinks from Kvneton "! y/ill 'take '.part, viz.', J. T. Hall. H. H, Castles, j. Armstrong and 'Ti-.L:'A'--'Castles, (capt.); N. McLen nan. A.1 Stredwick. R. Duncan and P. Ri.edi (capt.). Castles rink will plajr Baker's (Camperdown) on the Rich mond-Union screen, and Ruedi plays Parker's (Dayleslord) .on the Vii^tpr 'ia- green. . 1J ' ,

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KYNETON TURF CLUB. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

KYNETON TURF CLUB AUTUMN. MEETING. J HeffernanV >lr: !"? ?The Kviiclon TurS Club held iheir atjtumn race meeting on the Yac'c coursfc yesterday" afternoon in the piesence of a large attendance and under most favorable weather condi7 nons. I here were seven events on the, pi'pgarmme. representing a total money value of 160 sovereigns. The Condition of the 'track w^s r pprfect. iU p .°i Is mucil credit is.j^ue^p <Mr r.'l Hardman, .who for -sev.eAiJ.,-days past hag given his time ancl liis.,ex .perience m preparing the ground. The SCI etchings,r,i^)7/"'#^ R?. the '.events were minlet-p'us^l^I ttfe , were, Tatrly ,large<J#the^u^, ?acc' ln which ..only, three -star/tcj-s faced the barrier^ This race,. howWeci was keenly contested, and resulted, in,, ^ splendid finish. ' All the other"-racfes were also well contested, and the club is deserving or. congratuhation' on the splendid success of the - meeting, financially and .otherwise. Mr. II. . uckland, who has ?.&am...

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A COLD WEATHER HINT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

A COLD WEATHER HINT; at V5r^ co^- llT this plan;:Take their f d^-full.breaths, holding, them oV0ns as Possible andi;!fe"ttjns. a "owl ,A'ei? .S'0W'V- This!; gets upY get': u.- cir al10n- so that 6ns* soon foot anl"1' . f0T-; cold"feet- use " the to« i Zeroise-point,,..the >.downward as far as possible, s'[ains ^'e muscles-over' the doivn'fn- -t"t Wor^ the feet up- -and will r~ ' " -cast a dozen times, which is (lrmnSCia £°°d circulation. If»this coldlnct .com.'n8r in out-of the fire 01 going at once to the be avoj(je1c!trou'')'c -with chilblains will reeir"fali^ Cure ;for Asthma.-A | Ken'zie' u-i,- f !ate Morrell Mac .sliihii.'. J1- 13 c'aimed to be an in P'ied inUlre L asthma, has been sup v>'ho ;< J!S y a .friend of this office, Carlton ai?f,rcsc,nt residin^ at North £stlinia wno.-was. a victim to !!'^nv vn-°nc, 'ls Avorst forms for Plet(:'v"cu?p,l l g ultimateIy conl %vlucli" i~ i /, 7 using this recipe. We mihr'?' -1 ?lniPle and inexpensive. !ic the iBf / ,a-hop...

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TRENTHAM. THE HOSPITAL BAZAAR. TAKINGS SO FAR £173. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

TRENTHAM. THE HOSPITAL BAZAAR. TAKINGS SO FAR .£17*. Un Monday night the wind-up so cial in connection with the Trentham !)=za;ir was splendidly attended. and a i'apny time was experienced by all. .tlejsr; Geo Alexander and E. Brooks .assisted occasionally by other. help er provided first class music for .the: occasion. Mr. Ed. Williams had ciiarce of the duties of director for the evening, ana gave complete satis-.| faction. During the evening Miv .W- : J- Anderson returned hearty ?thanks 1° «il who had assisted in making the uazanr a success. The local ? commit-. Icc. he said, was highly delighted ?'. tiie result, the . splendid response irom the people of the district in con iwction with the movement being v^}' gratifying- indeed. 'iie takings during Monday .night fail the total receipts to date up to just over £173. with still some more returns to come in. To-night the committee meet, and the}" desire all returns to be in hy then if possibles

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TARADALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

TARADALE. Crushed Between Train and Plat form.- Mrs. Mary Uhd, of Taraclale. who is viisting Melbourne, received terrible injuries on Tuesday afternoon, through leaving a train in .motion. The accident occurred at. the Bay,'-: .horn station. Mrs. Uhd. who joined :k- train at Melbourne. had booked k- Hawthorn, but apparently-'^tnot snowing =be had reached her dgstina she did not alight with the" other, rassen.eers when the train stopped. Realising iter mistake just as the train was starting.'she attempted to alight. :>nt -VII. and her legs were caught be tween the platform and the moving crrir.ge. The guard, on seeing the acctdcnt. promptly put on the brakes p'l brought the train to a standstill, but not in lime to save Mrs. Uhd, whose logs were badly crushed. Al- : ier first aid had been rendered by. the station hands. Mrs. Uhd .was taken to Minders street station by train and conveyed thence to Melbourne Hospi tal. where site was admitted, suffering iro'.'i] iracutre of both leg...

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UNITED KINGDOM RATES Letters. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

TJI-ITED KINGDOM RATES ?^°^under .. .. 0 1 SePly i50,-f' r i ° 1 ?|istra^n Fee .' eaCh " " ° = ^WenroV^liVW 3 rpgistered article .. .r o aa -Packets °ot «*? .5^'0 3 dms«J o 3i Exceeding 40Z. and vat ex ceeding 6oz 0 4 Exceeding 6oz. but not ex ceeding 8oz ,. .. o 4J Exceeding 807.. but not ex ceeding iooz o ^ Every additional 2oz. or un der up to 51b- .. .. .. .. 0 i Printed Papers, other than newspapers, for, every 2oz. or under up to 5lb. .. .. .. o " Patterns and Samples must be bona fide sample.. other wise will have -to be sent . parcel post or letter rate, for every 202. or under, up to lib. . .. .. .. o 1 The maximum limiv of weight v. the United Kingdom is i6oz..-a«d for foreign countries T2o^. ? . -Newspapers. Each newspaper 402. or under 0 *Each additional 2oz. or frac tion thereof (see footnote) o o? ^Newspapers sent by P. and O. steamers, wholly by sea. Jd. for eycrv "fio?. or fraction thereof

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HOLY WEEK SERVICES. At. St. Mary's Rural Decanate. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

*ggrw®i< I"r,,'s Rural D estate. - , At. St. ,iaar/ l-vneto?i. ^st) pr,.iglu At^\Sn%£YNEM. 1ft, flight M.St- -u*/, 0ft]Ce ot the Tine t!ii- recit?-1 .^:Lan°/will be repeated brae t,oo!,"Von" Good .-Friday'night., .Ufe" ^ 3u« aurtorilahvclj. < » "Hie °,11, Hip s?ncu;ary is placed the,-, «»<»"<«. ,Ti«. LITTI . represents jesus* Mn"sa:d-of Himself '-I am the 'he World": and llic others' I^t °'' and" the disciples to whom; ;ilC5pc>sr ^ . Q coniniun!cate His, H'^Kive of being the Light, World (Matt. v.. 14). - These pi mp- ire successively extinguished ^!lCstj,e office-to represent how.the a:ir'n1, tied and disappeared at the! Saviour's Tassion. .Near i!mc -,'i die candle representing- "Our not extinsjuished. but. hidden Lt!r-Yor under the altar to represent '?-. nfi-I'. Immediately there is pro ."ll? A ciloncc to signify tne -horror of ! r de--mer"s death, followed-.by a " . -nreseininq; the earthquake::and wi-nfcioii the world was m at tha...

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TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 9 April 1914

TELEGRAMS Ordinary office hours, o p.m. (Sunday's excepted). Telegrams delivered at offices where there are messengers, free OPF inile from office. Where u-j messen gers are employed, telegrams reman) at the office until called for -Victoria. Within radius of 15 miles from any telegraph office. 16 words, including address and signature .. .. .. .. .. .. o * Within - the State, but outside - . the 15 mile radius, 16 words including address and signa ture 0 .) Every additional word, extra 0 - -Interstate. r6 'words, including': address . and signature f " -New Zealand. Minimum charge of 4id. a-word Address and signature charged for as part of messasre. " -United Kingdom.- . 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/ s £75. 1/6; £100. 2/; £150, 3/. and se on, being t/ for every £59 or fraction .if same ? .v

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