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APPLES FOR COWS. SEQUEL TO THE CIDER STRIKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
APPLES FOR COWS. - SI'".OuEL TO THE CIDER STRIKE. One ??most interesting, though:- inci.&lt; 1 &lt;k-ntai result has issued, rfrom- -tin; .-.'citlcrr strike" .among .the 'farmers o the Solicit Ttereiordshire. The apples-? fo' the meaere sum of 30/ ; .vton ->s; oixerecJ ijy cs«!cr".-makers;v.-hnv&lt;-: him for ll'ei- feeding Jf;-«.lousid that they are a- much ric .cr food -uian.- iiiannolds,-, for exniru-b and have a quite peculiar virtue "in ? crea&i^g :;'.e miik yield of cows Eve*1, the refuse from the ..-which the farmers themselves inn'-: with :\ certain percentage- of their 23-: fjiittS.-. is reckoned a -valuable catiii iood. -aa&lt;l. is - easterly* devoured by .1 --sorts- of slock: when, scattered: on rtu: field. Bu: with regard, to the whph. ?apple, the analysts oecide that they . are worth as much as 30/ a ton fo; -cattle food, and if this is so the b'ar painir.p, nower of the farmer- is much increase" " 1 " It is still regarded amo...
HUGH RENNIE DUNCAN, M.D. THE MESSAGE, OF HIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
HUGH RENNIE DUNCAN, M.D. 1 . THE MESSAQE, OF-;HJS LIF] The greatest wealth of a town and district lies in the calibre of the men and women it produces, and as wc loolc back upon the past, scan the present and look forward to the fu ture, wc cannot fail to recognise that otir town and district has produced many noble men, men who have be lieved atid translated into their daily life their belief that "Each man is born for the high business of the pub lic good." Since God fulfils himself in many ways, we have been blessed with many men of diverse talent and characteristics of whom it might have been said ''He was a man, take h;m. for all in all I shall not look upon his like again." But none, perhaps, of the younger generation who ha\c p:':rcd beyond combined so perfectly :.he qualities of true manliness as did Hugh Rennic Duncan, M.D.. "Dr. Cam." or "the young doctor," as he was affectionately called, who was called hence, out of due season, on the 31st December, 19:3, at the early ag...
THE FAIR YARDS. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
THE FAIR YARDS. IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTS StJ&lrESTED. At the meeting of I lie Kyneton shirc Council on Saturday the presi dent said there were many matters in connection with the fair yards that required attention, and with a-view of having these dealt with he moved that a meeting of the Market Committee he called this month: Cr. Clark said the idea had been forcibly impressed upon him that the yards had not been looked after as they should have been. They were the best asset the shire had. as indi cated by the fact that last year the takings amounted to £700. The Kyneton market was growing in im portance year by year, and was now second only to three or four stock markets in the whole of Victoria. If properly looked after and enlarged, the Kyneton yards would be sec :>nd on!j* to Newmarket. It was a farce t" have ttle money derived from the yards lying idle. It should lie spent in the improvement of the yards. There were many improvements an absolute necessity, and others ...
THE KYNETON BREWERY. PUSHING ON WITH THE WORK [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
THE KYNETON BREWERY. PUSHING ON WITH THE WORK Yesterday, after making: a thorough inspection of the works of the Tren thain Brewery, which is to be incorr porated with business of the Kyneton Brewery, and which company has been registered under the title of the Kyneton & Trentham Breweries Limi ted, Mr. Johnston. 01 the firm of Johnston and Lintl. coopers, of Mel bourne, paid a visit to the Kyneton Brewery and made a complete in spection of the plant, with the view of perfecting the same and bringing it fully up to date in every particular by the sup'-'v of all essential parts. This firm is recognised as one of thf foremost in the State and have aken a leading part in the furnishing of the Carlton. Shamrock. Hunter's Union. 01 Perth, breweries, besides many other linns whose names are in the foremost in the State and have taken forefront of brewing enterprise in the Commonwealth.
KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
KYNETON COUNCIL NOTES. Diphtheria.-Only two cases of diphtheria were reported to the coun cil on Saturday, and this is evidence that the epidemic is abating in the shire. The oatients were William O'Brien, aged 12 years, of Market street, Kyneton (reported by Dr. Ryan), and Robert Edward Mogan, 20, of Simpson street, KynotpHo (re ported by Dr. Downing). :;i Typhoid.-Dr. Downing reported that Patrick James O'Connor aged 41. of Pastorin, and Thomas Joseph Maroney. aged 16, of Cnrlsruhe rail way station, were suffering from ty phoid. Private Hospitals.-Dr. Ryan reni | ported that the premises occupied by, ! Mrs. Wliatmough, Trentham; Mrs^i Hogan, Kyneton; Mrs. Hutchinson,' Kyneton; Mrs. Parker, Kyneton; Mrs. East, Kyneton, and Miss Pestell; Kyneton, were all suitable for the re-; ception of patients for nursing and treatment. Detailed statements con cerning the general description of the premises, the number of inmates- to be lodged in each room, etc.,- accom panied the report. The cou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
Trade Addresses. Music Hath Charms -HERE ARE SOME OF THE if AID BEST Instrumental Numbers S.11 at Sixpence. By I?ost *7^. JSs&elfo WALTZES. Woodland Whispers Wedding Bells Royal Visit II Baccio Rose of the Morn L'Entente Cordiale Wild Woodbine Perle D'Orient Only a Faded Rose - Pearl 01" the Night Kashmir Gems of Erin Donamviillen Dreaming Eyes .??..(??,.?.??.?.???'ii Dainty Aubadc > Over the Waves Tuberose Only For Thee -/Sweet-Phyllis-' i - SCHOTTISCHE. , Zena GALOP. ?:'&lt; The Toreador ?????.. QUADRILLE. The Alberts MARCHES. ~ .Church .Call: (Church Parade March); Australia (Waldmere) ? > Royal Artillery (Territorials) .Advance .Guard (Royal Pageant) Country Life ' POLKA. The Bird's Nest MAZURKA. Lily , of the Valley , Sternenzauber TWO STEP. Te'te a Tete The Half-Holida}'. With" the'Fleet The,West End Dreaming- Daniel ' British ^Imperial Chimes CAKEWALK. .Dashing Darkies (Ragtime) ": SONGS. One Word Mother Only a Faded Rose In the Meadow Where the Violets ...
VII—RE-DIRECT ON VICTORIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
I I -RE-DIRECT 0;v VICTORIA Letters, packets, and newspapers are re-directed without charge to any part of Victoria upon the written re quest of the addre.sees. Ail 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 oi 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 newspaper.* as the case may be. OTHER COLONIES AND COUNTRIES. Under the Postal Union rules re directed correspondence is ...
SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. N.W.B.A. Rink Tournament. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. . 1'5 OWLS. N.W.B.A. 'Rink-' T'ourhariicrit. The rink championship of N.W.H.A. was concluded on Saturday, and was won by Hull's rink (South Bendieo In the semi-final Hull (S.B.), 14, beat De Ravin (Bendigo). 13, and Cock (S.B.), 1,3, beat McColl (S.B.), 12. In the final .hull (24) beat Cock (8). Matches in connection with the N.W.B.A. pennant will be resumed to morrow, when Kyneton an d bendigo meet on the F--"ton green. Castle maine and Eaglehawk at Castlemaine. Woodend and South Bciuligo at Woodeml. The second Rennie medal in con nection with Kyneton Club was play ed off on Wednesday and Saturday last. T. Carss was the winner of the Wednesday section, alter a play off with H. Well.?, and Serjeant O'Brien the Saturday section, after a»plav off with j. Armstrong- and S. Sandford, each winning five games. The two winners will now nlay oft.
The Guardian KYNETON, TUESDAY, JAN. 13, 1918. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
- «.« KYNETON, TUESDAY, JAN. The Back Page.-On the back page will be found some interesting items, including Radium and Cancer. Satis fied Immigrants, An Eminent Ausu " - lian. The Joys of Skiing is an ex tract from an interesting article m December "Cornhill." An ^w.cwaru Dilemma recalls a bank defalcation case; Canadian and New Zealand Cheese shows how New Zealand cheese is sold as Canadian. Another interesting side-head is The Romance of a Foundling; while Points for Con sideration for Dairymen, written by the dairy expert at Missouri College are worth perusal. Successor to the. Late H. K. JJun can, M.D.-Dr. J. H. Downing, resi dent surgeon of the Kyneton Hospital, announces in our advertising" columns that he has acquired the practice of the late H. R. Duncan. M.D., and that he intends, subject to the anproval ot the Kvneton Hospital Committee, to start the practice of his profession in Kvneton 011 Monday, January 19. Dr. Downing had a distinguished career at the Melbourne Unive...
WOMEN'S CONFERENCE. OPENS NEXT FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
"WOMEN'S CONFERENCE. OPL (S NEXT FRIDAY. - Because of the- holding of the tri tetinial convention of the Young Wo men's . Christian ' Associations of Aus tralasia in Melbourne in 1913. the Rational' Board decided to hold sec tional conferences in 1014. :&lt; Eastern Conferences, to which re presentatives from Queensland and New South Wales were invited, was held at Austinmer, New South Wales, from December"30 to January 8. Central Conference, at which dele gates from Victoria and Tasmania will attend, will open on January 16 at Kyneton, and continue until Janu ary 26. . Citizens of Kyneton have invited the National Board to hold its conference jiu, Kyneton, and are making exten sive plans for Entertainment.. nThrough the .courtesy of the Con jgrffgational Chyrch, the conference sessions, Bible classes, and so on will be peld in the Independent Halh A uniform general programme will be observed at all the gatherings. The first hour in the forenoon will be de Y0t'ef^,,|-0,, mis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
FICTION. FASHION.?. . :». '.. vHA-STCS. THE ATET? *.r&lt; M" : ."-A TIT ST M AC A? : WES . ?i AMERICA .JUST To H A \ i InoHidina:: THE GREEN BOOK. THE BLUE BOOK. NEW STORY MAGAZINE EVERYBODY'S MAGAZINE t. ALL-STORY. COSMOPOLITAN SMART SET SMITH'S MAGAZINE. ? ' ; ; - McLURE'S. ?-.????? THE ARGOSY. - MUNSEY. CAVALIER TOP-NOTCH MAGAZINE. POPULAR MECHANICS. RAILROAD And CURRENT IXV CH A Is ICS. , AMERICAN LIFE. WOMAN'S HOME COM PA 1ST ON LADIES' WORLD WOMAN'S MAGAZINE ELITE STYLES THE DELINEATOR. " THE LADIES' HOME. AN Obtainable, ar IRMS'fROM §6i MOLLISON STPF.H &lt;. HEARSES BRONCHITIS CURE is SoM '..n . A. STREDW1CK. Central Pharmacy Moilison Street, KynetoiL ? T^onUtK' rtf Trade Addresses. your Eyes All Right P We have nn Efficient Department for Testing Eyes and should glasses he .necessary we can give you the best at a reasonable price. ^ Lr L- fif § (d-A.o.C.) Gpthaimic Optician KYNETp>& ??V. .. Lenses Ground Personally. 'EjlioneT 99. . . ji.nr P. G. FI...
MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
MALMSBSTTIY. ' - -. i-:- ? Entertaining: the! Visitors. - The" holiday visitors in Mahnsbury were ?entertained at a. dance in the Town Hall on-Friday night, and a most en joyable time spent. Mr O. Rubber discharged the duties of M.C. and Mr. A.' Jiutt,. assisted by Mr. S. James, provided excellent accordeon music. The merry gathering dispersed at the stroke of twelve. - Improving.-The health of Mr. E. P. Wliite, who has been seriously ill, is improving. Aid Effort.-The ladies', committee of the-hospital garden fete are work ing hard,'and expect, to secure a crowning success on the 21st. The afternoon function, is. to be followed bv a euchre and dance at night, which is'sure'to be thronged. The Kyneton J-Iospital bazaar fund is expected to .materially benefit by Malmsb.ury's effort.
CRICKET. Kyneton v. Malmsbury. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
CRICKET. Kyneton v. Malmsbury. On Saturday Kyneton and Malms bury Uv.ms met on Barkly Square, and the game resulted in an easy win for tlie . home team. S. Horton and Simpson, for Kyneton, put on over ; TOO for the third-wicket. Buthr batted well. Simpson in uarticular playing--a vigorous innings. With the scorc ap 163 for eight wickets the innings was' closed :u:d Malmsbury sent in to hat. Fincher batted well for 44, but the re mainder of the team gave 'little re-, sistance and the. last wicket fell with tne score at So.- ? -.ft
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
. . .Wsn-qd : WANTED.-A Smart BOY for Sales and Errands. Apoly FOLEY, Shoeman, Moilison street, Kyneton. WANTED.-Several good TEN ANTS waiting for Houses to Lease. Apply to W. 1-1. BATTERS, Agent. WANTED.-ENTRIES of FUR NITURE, Poultry. Dairy Produce, etc, for Auction Sale held EVERY SATURDAY. W H. BATTERS. Kyneton. . Cost and Found LOST.-MILCH COW, Red and White, slit in ear; lost on Thursday. Reward -on returning- same to Mrs. ROBERTS, Mew Point Hotel. : LOST.-Gold BANGLE, on Satur day. Reward return to "Guardian" office.' ' ! ...&lt;...>&lt;1 Will the person who picked up BAG containing three empty bottles and papers from the Fairview road on Sunday afternoon kindly return same to "Fairview," Kyneton. Reward. Notices. TRIPS to SPRINGS Every Even-, ing, 6d. return. Trips arranged to. Rbck. Trenlham Falls, etc., 2/, leaving F. ARMSTRONG'S. Government Notices. VICTORIAN RAILWAYS A.N.A. EXCURSIONS. Saturday, 24th January.-To Mel bourne from Castlemainc, Daylesford,...
RAND SITUATION SERIOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 13 January 1914
RAND SITUATION SERIOUS. The railway men's strike on the Rand has developed alarmingly. The mines .will probably close down. The ;raihva>:;line has been blown up with dynamite in several places, and the whole of the Rand is seething with discontent. The Government has ar~. rested the leading agitators and is mor. bilising. the .defence forces., . ? ..... ' At the Jagersfonteiri. mine the. Ba satos have wrecked the compound, and-taken the money intended for the piiners' wages. They invaded the. town, but were intercepted by 40 men of the Bedford Regiment and 25 of the Bloemfontein militia. Seven, na-. tiv'es were killed and 3S- wounded and a dozen, whites . injured. .'. There are 000 natives and 500 whites- in the town. . . . f -The . entire citizen army in the [ Transvaal has been rcalled out,. and the ! Natal itroops .r- ordered to mobilise. Johannesburg,;^ like a, city in a state of siege. . Troopers- and infantrymen are;.everywhere...-.' -.The .shops and. ho tels are ^barricade...
SPORTING NOTES. BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 15 January 1914
SPORTING NOTES. .BOWLS. i;,|^\ineton,siurcrc&lt;,l a sscvcrc clctpat on tlu\ir\qwyi.,gi"£cn yetserday in a . N.W. B.A. pennant match against Bendigo, being beaten on every rink. T. E. A. Castles was down 14, P. Ruedi 4 and Carss 21, making a total of 39 down, to their opponents' Sr. Scores: K. B. 1. I^oley, Stredwick, Arm strong. T. E. Castles iS - Y.ountr, Cowling, Germain., Hampton .. .. - 32 2. McLcnnan, Wells, Duncan, Ruedi 20 - King, Harper. Darroch. Boyd - 24 3. Blackley, Hayes, Rennie, Carss . .. .. 10 - Hall. Binks, Tatchell,* De Ravin .. - ... - 31 43 S7
THE LURE OF THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 15 January 1914
THE LURE OF THE CONFER ENCE. Under the above heading, the "Ben digo Advertiser," in a stimulating ar-;' tide, which \vc may be pardoned "for" quoting, urges Bendigo residents to take advantage of the two great con ferences that are to be held in Kyne ton this month and next-the first the Y.W.C.A. Conference, commencing on Friday next; the second the Bible and Mission Study School, to be held in Febritarv The article, after a short introductory paragraph about conferences in general, continues: Jt is, however, in the 'church and in Christian organisations that the con ference idea has been most fully de veloped. The international confer ences of the World's Student Chris tioh Federation, with John R. Mott at their head, have become a force to be reckoned with in the world to-day, aiid the annual conferences of the Student Christian Union attract many of the flower of our Australian univer sities every year to some chosen spot. Men like the Rev. Frank i'aton, who lias been closely in ...
SPINELESS CACTUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 15 January 1914
SPINELESS CACTUS; --r . An announcement by a new.-Ameri can settler that he intends to plant on bis irrigation allotment near Rochester' some spineless cactus im ported 'from the United - States has been received with mixed feelings. It is suggested, that the", growth : of the plant be; officially watched, after the experiences with ; prickly ^ear in Queensland and the St. John's wort in Victoria, and uprooted if tliere is any doubt of it: . .Dr S. S; Cameron, Directpr of Agri culture, savs that? what was known as spineless cactus had been grown in Victoria for about 20 years. It was to be seen in some suburban gardens. While it was of:the prickly pear fam ily,.he did- not think that there was anj-; danger of its becoming a noxious -weed? If there was, it would have done so long'ago'. Personally, he was' of opinion that it was not needed in Victoria as. a drought ? resistant fod der. .-There were better fodders for nine-years out of ten. and if the tenth year were an emergency year,...
POISON IN SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 15 January 1914
POISON IN SOUP. Bitterness of taste in some soup that had been prepared for tea in the Salvation-(Army Home,-Union street. Brunswick'- -West, has been followed by disclosures 01 a startling charac ter. An analysis of crystals found subsequently has shown that they were strychnine. The home is set apart by the army for the reception of girls and women who have been before the police courts and whom it is hoped to re claim. There are several girls in the establishment. On Saturday evening Adjutant Lil He Gilbert reported to Senior-con stable J. Wall that on Thursday even ing- soup had been prepared for the tea of the staff and inmates. Before it was served it was tasted by Miss Gilbert and Ensign Sell. It was so bitter that it was decided to throw it out. At 9.30 p.m. on the following- dav it was discovered that the water in a kettle had a very bitter taste. This was brought under the notice of'Cap tain Emily Simpson, Miss Gilbert and ?Mrs. Burgess, and the water was poured out. Care ...
MALMSBURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyneton Guardian — 15 January 1914
MALMSBURY. Euchre and Dance.-Malmsbury will be en fete on Wednesday, the -'ist, when the garden fete will be given in-aid of the hospital building fund, to be followed at night by a euchre and dance in the Town Hall. Particulars-in our advertising \col-' UtlinS. ~ - Visitor: What lovely dresses are worn by your family. Fond Mother: Yes; are they not charming? Visitor: Where did you buy- them? Fond Mother: They were all made from the Pauline Patterns, which are obtainable at Armstrong Bros', Kyne ton. Sir John Madden Cleanshaven. Caricaturists- all over Australia will learn with regret (writes the- "Her ald") that one of their most endeared models has wilfully disposed of one | of his most distinctive features. "That i xtnbought grace - of life"-Sir John | Madden's ? moustache-has fallen to i the razor. Sir John Madden, Chief Justice .and Lieutenant-Governor; is or was-one of the best known, men 'in; the State. Prior to the beginning of-the Law Courts' vacation, nine out of- everjr t...